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NUMBER WEDNESDAY 2 To the little trouble in enforcing it. contests, and secial conversation and The children show that they do not the music by Mrs. Eollin Hurt charmhave to be made to attend school, but ed all the listeners. only want a chance to do so. The A delightful salad course was served. health of the children has been reMesdames Walker and Flowers and markably good during the present Miss Triplett entertained in their year, according to the roport made to usual charming-mannerme by the registras of the county Mrs Crawford has many friends in made for the first 6 months of the year. Out of 5327 school children in Columbia who greatly regret her following were present: the county, only seven died the first MesdamesThe R. Crawford, Z. T. WilJ. jsix months, and if only seven die the liams, A. G. Todd, Fayette Davis, last six months making fourteen in all, Chester Turner, it will require 380 years for them all Patteson, Joe Russell, Chatham, W.B. J. D. Walker, to die. I have been making my fight W. W. Bradsuaw, Joe Rosenfield, J. to keep the little children from get- R. Hindman, R. Y. Hindman, M. ting sick and dyipg. Yeryiew young Cravens, Ed Bradshaw, Rollin nurt, people are dying "now, compared to the Minnie death rate of a few years ago. In our Neilson, Johnson, W. M. Wilson, P. D. R. It. Moss, J. R. Garnett, A. Graded School district in this town, H. Ballard, J. D. Lowe, J. P. Sumout of 360 pupils, not a single death mers, J. O. Russell, A. D. Patterson, has occurred in the four years that ErisBarger, J. L. Walker, Will Cofthe school has been running, at least fey, Jennie Coffey, T: A. Murreil, John no death has been reported to me. . I Mrs. Allen Walker, on Greensburg Street, Mrs. tsasea on one nigneau vi be cast for Elector of their respective pi Columbia, Ky., November 5, '12 Woodruff Flowers and Miss Minnie Wilson Tafb Roosevelt H. Helm J. W, Din Respective Sirs: Triplett gave a reception on, last Sat67 115 65 28 112 I have completed my annual round urday afternoon from the hours of East Columbia 69 128 69 25 126 of school visiting, and as my custom 2:30 to 5, in honor of Mrs. J. R. Craw- West Columbia 55 06 44 5.5 97 ' is, am ready to make my report. In ford who leaves Columbia, in the near Milltown 61 18 94 76 62 every report that I have ever made, I future for her new home at Winches- Gradyville 31 33" 17 54 is Keltner have strongly recommended a compul- ter, Ky. U2 102 101 110 45 Elroy sory school law, and our last legisThis was one of the most delightful Harmony 22 25 ; 22 75 lature enacted one. And while it is social events of thh year. The four '146 18 18 142 114 not such as I would desire, it is much large rooms were thrown into one and Glenville 88 89 118 1L6 73 better than none. Under it there has beautifully decorated with potted. White Oak 21 25 81 66 82 iPellyton been an increase of 8S5 in attendance plants, and lighted with wax tapers. 134 96 45 134 06 Roley over last year, and there seems to be The hours were pleasantly spent in Little Cake 86 73 89 86 73 very Members of the Court. Fiscal Social Event. Official Vote of Adair County, Nov., 5, 1912. The New Automobile Coaches. All Columbia was on the watch last Thursday afternoon for the appearance of Mr. J.B. Barbee'snew,eighteen passenger Automobile coaches, knowing I that they wre on thft load. At 3:30 they sfcru&k the square, passed up BurVesvMe street, and later were out Greensburg street. They are handsomely and substantially built, and to ride in them is, "Rock me light and easy." They have plenty of speed and the General Manager of the Manufacturing Company, Mr. Ira W. Kennett who came in on one, says there is not a doubt but they will do the work. The tires are guaranteed for 7,200 miles. The Last of the Three. At the elegant home of The Spring robes of nature were ly love- While warbling songsters were gay, Though weary despondent and lonely, He tarried awhile by the way, To visit U15 plfl country graveyard, 0D3 that had known long ago, Where many a mourner had lingered To witness their loved ones laid low. The old church near by appeared. gloomy As if a sad mourner long years, With those who lamented their losb ones To give silent grief for their tears, That stands as a watchman on duty, A sentinel knowing no dread, Egypt Cane Valley South Columbia 66 112 91 1405 32 d$ - 49 28 .87 1I3 101 1420 21 142 7 Total 990 e. There were four votes cast for the Prohibition Electors. M. Rey Yarberry received 12 votes in Elroy for Congress. W. A. Coffey received 1 vote in Egypt for Congress. L. C. Nell received 1 vote in South Columbia for Congress. Approaching Nuptials. Mr. Geo. R. Miller, of this place, Arbor Day. Only one child has died in Columbia this year, and only three persons under 50 years old. There have been only 9 p'ersons died in Columbia this year,, which is a very small death rate for a town of this size. Last year we had forty-tw-o deatlis from consumpin the county, this year up to the tion first of November, only 23. Last year we had 12 to die from typhoid fever, not half so many this year. The war that I have been making on consumption has begun to show its effects, the war that has been made against the common house fiy, is causing a falling off of all the germ diseases. The fight that the peopel have made against the "skeeter," has nearly put them out of commission. We have very few malarial diseases, and I have not seen a case of old fashioned "shakin ager" for several years. People may contend that Health oilicers and Health Boards do not do any good, but when they butt up against facts and figures, their unsupported opinions must give way. I have bought and distributed among the doctors this year, SG3 worth of antitoxin for the treatment of diptheria, at a saving of S150 to the people of the county, if they had bought it from other places. We have two cases of pellagra this year in the county, but one of them seems to have recovered. But we will not know ,:till the roses come again."' for the disease frequently subsides in the fall, and comes back with renewed energy in the spring. I have spent some time hunting for the hook worm disease, and have sent off several specimens for alaljsis, but they were returned showing negative results, Dr. E A. Waggener has found a whole family affected with the malady. The or six members including man, woman and several children all seriously diseased. We cannot stop the ravages of disease ontil our people make and use more sanitary privies. They must be chicken-proo- f made xdog-prof, , and is not a dilli-cu- lt It matter to do, and one case of ness savedJjy it will prove a profitable investment. And now in conclusion, I want to again call the attention of the people to the condition of their promises, and especially their back yards. U. L. Taylor Health onicer for Adair County. of Coffey, J. N. Coffey, Joe Patteson, Lee Grissom, Geo. Stults, James Montgomery, Tina Wells, Gordon Montgomery, Bruce Montgomery, C. M. Russell Lena Paull, J. N. Page, W.R. Grissom, Lizzie Grissom, W. W. Jones, G. R. Reed, J. W. Walker, G, B. Smith, Bettie Butler.Nannie Flowers, L. C. Hindman, Lucy Follis, Will Flowers B. E. Howe, Geo. Staples, Hugh Richardson, J. A. Diddle, W. M. Wilraore, Lola Lovett; Misses Elizabeth Drake, Elizabeth Farley, Sue King, Rose Hyde, LorenaPyle, Mabel Atkins, Octavia Reed, Sallie Diddle, Sallie Baker, Katie Murreil, Ruth Milliken, Mattie Elliott, Bess Shannon.Ethel Crockett,Nettie Clark, Bess Holladay, Josephine Rowe, Lydia West and Pearl Hindman. Last Notice to Tax-Payer- s. I, or one of my deputies, will meet of Adair county at the following times and places to receive your taxes for the year 1912. These taxes are now past due and must be paid at once. I trust that every taxpayer will take advantage of this opportunity to meet and settle same, and save trouble and cost both to you and myself. Will be at: Cane Valley, Saturday, Nov., 16. the tax-paye- rs Knifley, Saturda, Nov , 23. Roley, Friday, Nov., 22. Pellyton, Thursday, Nov., 21. MaGaha Friday. Nov., 15. Roy, Thursday, Nov.. 11. Glensfork, Wednesday, Nov., 13. Sparksville. Tuesday. Nov., 12. Elroy, Wednesday, Nov., 13. Gradyville, Saturday, Nov., 10 Keltner, Friday, Nov., 15. Milltown,' Thursday, Nov., 14. A. D. Patteson S. A. C. 51-4- t. Truck Cars. Mr. W. R. Myers, Mr. E, B. Barger and Mr. R. II. Durham lef! for Louis ville Monday morning. They will buy three truck cars which will be put on the pike to run between Columbia and Campbells ville. Myers & Barger will buy two and they will be run as a firm. Mr. Durham will run his They will cost about 32,500 indi-vidiali- hog-proo- lly-pro- of. y. each. "It is pleasure to tell you that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Ts the best cough medicine I have ever used, Lost. writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lav-oniGa. "I have used it with all my A chain wrench between Columbia children and the results have been Dec, 1 and Jamestown, on Russellh&prings highly satisfactory." . Campbellsville, Ct. Miller, Dec.1 For sale by roads. Will pay the finder for its reFor Sale. Paull Drug Co. v 12 . turn. Leave at News'office. Columbia,, Station, Dec, 78 J. C. Yates. Elkhorn, Station, Nov., 1718 Two first-clasewing machines, and I keep on hands a full stock of W. F. Hogard, P. E. one piano. Mr. J. B. Coffey, Deputy Fire Mar- cofllns and caskets, also robes;-- 2 S. If. Hancock.. shal, made a complete inspection of hearses. Prompt service night or day. the business houses of Columbia last Phone 29. , For Sale. Wanted: Peafowls, 81.50 each. week. With the exception of one or two 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, buildings he found everything in good W. T. Hodgen,-Bo- x Columbia. Ky. Empty oil barrels 75 cents each. shape and he so reported to his chief. 232, Campbellsville, Ky. e.ening. A.H.Ballard; The Ladies Missionary Sociecy, of Charles Richards, of Lebrnon, "V . Eld. Z. T. Williams commenced a bought two horses here last Saturday, the Methodist church, will meet, at The4slnging at the new bridge, last Rev. J. S. Chandler will address the Wednesday afternoon at League at the Methodist church next Sunday afternoon was largely meeting at Milltown last Monday one from Leslie Johnson for $192.60, the church attend .Wanted: Wood and buttarafrll. - . --7? 2:30 o'clock. one from J. A. English far $140. W. T.S.i, night. ' Sunday night. ed. a, ss Is your husband cross? An irrita- sermon will be preached by Rev. J. S. disposition is often Chandler, of the Methodisr Churh. due to a disordered stomach. A man The with good digestionis nearly always ed asfollowing ladies have been selecta committee on music. Misses good natured. A great many have Alice Walker, Ruth Milliken, Elizabeen permanently cured of stomach beth Holladay and Mrs. B. E. Rowe. by taking Chamberlain's trouble Tablets. For sale by Paull Drug Co. ble, fault finding at the Presbyterian church and the Thanksgiving services will be held This is Arbor Day and the followwill be married Thursday of this ing program will be carried out at week to Mrs. Annie Baird, of Louis- Frankfort: ville, who Is one of the most popular Invocation Rev. Jesse Ziegler. ladies of that city. The ceremony Welcome to the City Mayor Pols will take place at the residence of the grove. intended bride. Welcome to the Capitol Governor The couple will visit Columbia the McCreary. latter part of December. Antiquity of Memorial Tree PlantThe intended groom is a gentlaman ing and Its Beautiful Sentiments-Jud- ge of most excellent character and ha James Garnett. has the best wishes of all his Adair Arbor Day and Forestry Forester county friends. The intended bride J. E. Barton. will be given a cordial greeting when Planting of Trees by Public Schools she reaches Columbia. President Barker, of State University. Address Lieutenant Governor A Good Farm for Sale. Forest Planting in the Future Mr. H. F. Hillenmeyer. I will on Monday, the 2nd day of Following these exercises each counDecember, 1912, at the premises, sell ty delegation will adjourn to toss a at public sale, to theilest and highest bidder, the land of the late B. E. shovel full of earth on the tree which Philpott, which lies in Washes Bot it has sent, with such other exercises tom on Cumberland river in Cumber- as they may elect. land county, Ky., consisting of about Removed to Columbia. 2oo acres of river bottom land in cultivationis well watered and well adapted to grain, grass and stock Mr. J. D, Walker, who purchased raising, also about 315 acres of timber Mr. W. B, Patteson's property in this, land. Terms one-ha- lf cash and bal- place, removed his family fro m ance in one year. Any one wishing Gradyville to Columbia last week. more information will call on or This is an excellent family and the people of this place are delighted to write, J. B. Philpott, Executor. have it. Mr. and Mrs. Patteson have Arat, Ky. decided not to keep house for awhile. The former will leave in a short time Attempted Suicide. for Eastern Kentucky where he will engage in business, His wife and son, Mr. Thomas Grady, of Gradyville, Tom, will join him later. All Cowho is about eighty-nin- e years old, at- lumbia will regret to lose them. tempted to take his own life last Sunday night by slashing his throat with a A Card of Thanhs. razor. He has been in bad health for more than a year, and it is believed We desire ta express our heartfelt that despondancy caused him to at- theanks to ourcneighbors, friends and tempt the rash act. At this time, relatives for the kindness shown us, Monday morning, it is said that he and the expression of sympathy rendercan not live. ed during the illness and death of our Mr. Grady is a brother of Dr. J. II. beloved husband and father. Grady, who at this time is in Quincy, W. G. Roy. Illinois, and who has been notified by telegram. The late Governor J. R. Hindman carried a policy of 82,000 in the ConMrs. Ed Shirley, of Bridgeport, who necticut Mutual Life Insurance Corn-pan- '. has been visiting her relatives Messrs. The check has arrived, it beCreed and Ed Stotts for the last six ing issued immediately after the weeks, and whose four year old son papers were received at nartford, was treated by Dr. Menzies for Comt.The policy was written by J. E. troubles, returned to their home last Murreil. week. We are informed that the litR. Y. Hindman. tle fellow had but feeble use of his Nov. 11, 1912. legs but is now much improved and his entire recovery seems a certainty. The temperance discourse of Rev. J. R Crawford, last Sunday night, was one of the strongest we ever heard Last Noiice. upon the subject. The Presbyterian All Graded School Tax that is not church was well filled and from the paid by the 20th of November there close attention paid the speaker, we by will be a Levy or Garnishee served are satisfied that the address was at once on each and every one that re- highly appreciated. mains unpaid: If you wa.nt to save The boy's appetite is often the the cost, pay before the 20th. source og amazement. If you would A. D. Patteson S A.- C. have such an appetite take Chamberlt lain's Tablets. They not only create Don't wasts your money buying a healthy appetite, but strengthen strengthening plasters. Chamber- the stomach and enable it to do its lain's Liniment is cheaper and better. work naturally. For sale by Paull Dampen a piece of flannel with it and Drug Co. bind it over the affected partn and it R. II. White, a colored man of will relieve the pain and soreness. Milltown, this county, died Thursday For sale by Paull Drug Co. of last weak. lie had been living in New York several years. He came There will be a meeting of Columbia Lodge, No. 230, 1. O. O. F., Thurs- home sick in September and died on day night of this week. It will be an the date given above. important meeting and every member Mr. Silas Denney has removed to is urged to be present. the W. II. Smith property, on GreensG. R. Reed, N. G. burg street. A few years ago it was parsonage. as Rev. J. W. Campbell will preach at known the Baptist Zion next Saturday night at 7 o'clock. Rev. S. W. Campbell, of Harrods-burAll the neighborhood is cordially inwill preach at the Baptist vited. church next Sunday morning and Mc-Dermo- tt. To guard through the silent night The people of Columbia are indebt watches ed to the ?m?!' wl!0 &ared the The slumbering camp of the dead, Ford Machines for Mr, Barbel's ftfi " I He mused upon fond recollections tion in tliis matter. He Is the mail .Tovvvijyujuesorigiitest Paffe contractor, and was running hacks, and he was soon convinced after Of those he I:al known in his boyhood the Fords started that in And other familiar in lifes transient season order to compete with the comnanv With all of its fashion and show; lie would have to furnish a quicker way of getting in and out of Columbia. As waters that fiow to the ocean, His mind made up, to make the Our lives to eternity go. purchase, he was nob longlin deciding In reverie said, bubenchanting, the character of machine. He went Fond accents againjhelcould hear; to the factory, submitted tojthe com- Dear images of the departed, pany the style machine he wanted, en- Imagined they still lingered near, tered into a contract, and immediate Invisible to mortal vision, ly uie worK or ouiiaing it was com- As ministering spirits around Where all that was mortal now sleep- -menced. eth Their introductory will revolutions ize the travel between Columbia and Beneath this hallowedjground. Campbellsville, and they will prove a Near two marble headstones he lingsource of much satisfaction to Columered, bia and the people of Adair county. And silently dreamed of the past, All hats are off to Mr. Barbee. Of kind andaffectionatejparents, In the meantime no one has any For he was the first and the last, stones to throw at the Ford Company, While visions of Jloved ones and childa company that has done much for the hood traveling public of this section. The By memory still he couldjsee, Ford has been making quick time, and Though bowed now bylage and afflio-- . it h'as been a pleasure to patronize the tion, company. It is our undersuanding The last of the oncy happy three. these machines will continue to run. J. T. Jones, Mr. Barbee will carry the mail on Montpelier, Ky.. his machines, hence the Louisville morning papers will reach here at 3 Basket Bali Game. o'clock in the afternoon. It is hoped that an automobile line has now been established, and that The Lindsey-Wilso- n basket ball runs will continue to be nude daily, team played the first game of the seayear in and year out. Mr. Jo Hurt, of this place, who is son at Jamestown on Nov. 2nd. The an experienced automobile man, is the game was a hard fonght one, bub tho boys were at a disadState agent for the machine pur- Lindsey-Wilso- n vantage because of having to play on by Mr. Barbee. chased an out door court. At the close of the game the score stood 9 to 2 in favor of Marriage Licenses. Jamestown. But as the Jamestown team was composed mainly of former The clerk of the Adair County Court Lindsey-Wilso- n students the defeat issued the following marriage licenses was nob so hard to bear. during the month of October: Last Saturday evening the JamesJ. R. Mings to Fannie Tucker. town boys met the Lindseys in the Robert Moore to Emily Price. latter's gymnasium. At first JamesForee Hood to Iiuth Sublett. town seemed toy have Liudsey outR. B. Watson to Susie K. Page. classed, especially in good pitching. Irvine Burton to Mary L. narmon. But the Lindsey boys soon got togethMont Pelley to Lillie Watson. er, and their score climbed until when Jo Thomas to Mont Lewis. the whistle blew for end of game the Mont Williams to Irene Hubbard. score was tied. They continued the Leslie Cundiff to Annie Lee Collins. game until by one foul goal and one Jerrey Chelf toMyrtie Goode. field goal by Lindsey made the score stand IS to 15 for the home team. Died Near Cane Valley. age-Considering The Columbia Lighting Company Mrs. Mary Littrell, who was the" asks Its patrons to exchange their carwife of Mr. John Littrell, died at her bon lamps for Mazda (Tungsten)Iamps. late home, near Cane Valley, Tuesday After December 1st 1912 the Lighting night, November 5, 1912. She had an Company will not allow carbon lamps L'lcer on one of her ankles and blood burned on its circuit unless the conpoison set up. She was about sixty sumer pays a greatly increased price yearsold, and a lady who had many for each lamp burned or installs a. friends in the neighborhood, She meter at his own expense. leaves a husband and four children. One son preceded her to the grave. Elsewhere in this paper can be The funeral services were held Wedfound an advertisement of The New nesday afternoon, a large circle of relatives and friends being present, Louisville Hotel, Louisville, Ky. all of whom in the deepest sympathy This hotel is located on MainlStreet, Sixth and Seventh, convenient for for the bereaved family. - 2-- merchants and the traveling public generally. Rates are reasonable and) for Sale. the fare is unsurpassed in the city. The management take great pleasure guests, hence the peoin I have a dinning room suit, Golden plewaiting upon this hotel are made to who stop at oak, consisting of round table, Buffet, six leather chairs, and surviug table, feel at home. one drugget, 15 x 19?" These articles f are all new. Will sell at a bargain Quarterly Meeting. privately. ) Mrs. J. R. Hindman. Greensburg Ct. Taylor, Nov., 13 14V Greensburg and Early, Greensburg, R. U. Coomer and Mrs. Emma Nov., 1617 Schultz, of Horine, Mo., arrived in Columbia last Wednesday and Thurs-sda- y 21 Mannsville, Mannsville, Nov., 23 licenses were issued and they Casey Creek, Christie, Nov., 2627 were married by Judge X. II. Moss" in Campbellsville Station, Nov. 30-the oilice of that official. g, -- -- " ' y- .', iV DIrigo. . THE ADAIK JOUNTY NEWS; loss. The funeral was preached Monday afternoon by Bros. Na- ARMAGEDDON OF . Your scribe has been away from home for the past three weeks and has thus been unable gather much news from the Dirlgo community. He in company with Mr. Louis Morris of Louisville, have traveled over the greater part of Adair county and parts of Casey and Russell counties. He found crops generally good and the farmers busy. He had occasion to interview many men on the way and in the three weeks found one Democrat who says he is going to vote for led-dfifteen republicans who claimed they were going to vote for Wilson, and quite a number of other republicans especially in Russell county who say they are not interested in Presidential race, but from the conversation of the men interviewed it appears that Teddy will run away from Taft in the three counties visited, and that Wilson will be an easy leader over Teddy. Myrtle, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Stotts is very low with diptheria and is not ex- -' pected to recover. Our farmers are about through sowing wheat and are now turny, than Murrell and P. M. Bryant in the presence of a large crowd, after which the remains were laid to rest to await the resurrection morn. Jamestown Jots. THE SCRIPTURES Startling Presentation of ing Events. RUSSELL'S Com- Within the last week or so, quite a few couple have taken upon themselves the bonds of matrimony. In fact, the neighborhood is nearly depopulated of unmarried girls at this time owing to the frequent pilgrimr. to the domicle of Rev. Ta,--cr Bro. Tarter will probably com pete with John D. and Morgan if this thing keeps up. PASTOR VIEWS. Churches of All Denominations andtho Civil Powers of Earth Are About to Unite In Common Cause Powerful Influence Preparing For the Battle of Armageddon A Reign of Anarchy Will Be the Result of the Warfare Until The Messiah Takes Control. Rf& I The couples who have recent-- , ly wedded are as follows: T. P. Warren and Miss Mollie Sullivan, Get. 26th. rilfJlh pm fs? m ,. Brooklyn. N. 3. Tbe Brooklyn Academy of Music was crowded to the limit today to hear Pastor Russell's discourse on the "Battle of Armageddon." His text Nov. i. was: "lie gathered them together unto J. P. Winfrey and Miss Cleo PASTQRrftUSSrnini the Hebrew tongue Vaughn, Oct. 30th. a.rma.gcu.uo n. A. Bates and Mrs. Verta (Revelation xvi, 10.) The speaker said: Armageddon in the Hebrew signilies Stephens, Oct. 24th. the "Hill of Megiddo." or Mount of DeThe last named couple went struction. It was famous as a battle field in Old Testament times. immediately to Monticello, and The Lord has seen fit to associate the so escaped the charivari which name Armageddon, with the great controversy between Truth and Error, the other two couples enjoyed right and wrong, God and Mammon, On Monday night, at the Falken-bur- g with which this Age will close, perish, and the New Age of Messiah's glory Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. War- be ushered in. He has purposely used highly figures of ing their attention to tobacco ren were awaken by the combin- the lastsymbolical the Bible, speech in evidently book of spripping. A large acreage was ed music of a circular saw, with a view to hiding certain important truths until the' due time for their sowed to wheat this year than several horns, a varied assort- revealment But even in the due time, ment of tinpans and bells, and the Bible assures us, "None of the for several years. wicked shall understand" (Daniel xii, Lafe Janes is selling out pre- -' every known noisemaking article. 9, 10) none who are out of heart harmony with wise of but paritory for emigrating to Texas. On Wednesday night Mr. and His people God "wise only the class of virgin" the Mrs. J. P. Winfrey received the the Master's parable. X. w. Stotts is having a house I have long avoided presentation of pattern sawed out at this place same dose. They all seemed to my understanding of our text and its context i take it up now by request this week. He will rebuild here be happy. and because I believe It is due time to be understood. I disclaim any special the place where his residence The work on the new building is rapidly nearing inspiration. In some particulars my bnrned a few months back. views agree with those of other Bible completion. A large force of students, and in other respects they Finis Stotts sold a yoke of carpenters are at work on the disagree. Each hearer must use his work cattle to R. T. Baker for own judgment, do his own Bible study, building, and it will not be long and reach his own conclusions. $90 and a yoke of calves to aame Kindly am not reuntil the Hall will witness the sponsible remember thatofI speech used party for $20. for the figures riding of the goat. by the Lord. My interpretations do inMiss Theors Wooten, of this deed constitute va terrible arraignment Louise, trie little daughter of of institutions which we have all reverplace, and Ace Pelston, of Green-brienced and which embrace good people, community, were married Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Phelps, died of good words and good works. God's on Oct. 22nd. She was suffer- saintly people in these various institual the home of the bride's partions, being comparatively few. are ents, Dr. and Mrs. Mose Wooten ing from a severe attack of Ignored when systems as a whole are dealt with in prophecy.on the 20th inst. Rev- - T. L. tonsilitis. The Dragon, Beast, False Prophet. Mrs. Mary Winfrey returned Jessee oflicating. Our context tells us that three spirits i teachings) will go forth Saturday, the 28th, from a trip Finis Stotts and family have from the mouths of the Dragon, the to Liberty, where she visited her Beast and the False Prophet, and these removed from here'to Ammanda-villdaughter, Mrs. W. E. Lester. three will he in accord, and symbolicalMr. Stotts having secured ly the doctrines are represented hy She reported a nice visit. "frogs." These three doctrines are to work at that place. Wednesday evening, Oct. 23rd, have a mighty intluence throughout the civilized earth. They are to gather J. W. McClister bought two for the first time in many years, the kings and their armies to the great fat hogs from T. C. Jeans for of Armageddon. the cry of fire was heard in our Battle ecclesiastical kings and princes, The 20. town, and a large crowd rushed and their retinues of clergy and faith Dirigo seems to be in the lead ful adherents, will he gathered in solid out to the home of L. 0. Pheips. phalanx Protestant and Catholic The in the produce market. Eggs captains of industry, It seems that the flue was burn- kings and can he influenced by and as them, many as have been selling here for the ing out, and had caught to the will be gathered to the same side. The past three weeks at twenty-fiv-e all woodwork inside', but was quick- political kings and princes, with foltheir henchmen and retainers, will cents per dozen. ly extinguished, and no damage low in line on the same side. The financial kings and merchant princ-cTlgggcd Train With Shirt was done, except to the flower- and all whom they can influence by the most gigantic power ever yet exerois Teariug his shirt from his back an. bed by running over them. ed iu the world, will join the same Ohio man flagged a train and saved in On Monday, the first day of side, according to this prophecy . r ft i n lrorn a wrech, iouu.11. x. Alston, These "doctrines of demons." rep re !N. C, once prevented a wreck our circuit court, there was quite sented by the "frogs." will lead manj with Electric Bitters. "I was in a a large crowd in town. Hotels noble people in this great army to ns terrible plight when I began to use to and merchants did a rushing sumo an attitude quite acontrary tin time For their preference. Evidently bootleggers wheels of liberty and progress will he book and kidneys were all badly affect- business. ed and my liver was in bad condition did not suffer from a lack of turned backward and medieval re straints will he considered necessary but four bottles of Electric Bitters for the maintemade me feel like a new man." A business, if we are to take into for nance of the present order of things trial will convince you of their match- consideration the Irrge and variIn giving this interpretation, it is less raenit for any ston.iae.li, liver or necessary for us to indicate what is kidney tronble. Price 50 cents at ed assortment of jags that were symbolized by the Dragon, the Benst. enjoyed on that day. All stages and the False Prophet. Bible students Paull Drug Co. No murder of nearly all denominations agree with were represented. us that the "Dragon" of RevelatioM .Obituary. cases were on the docket for represents the purely Civil Power interpreters generally agree this term, although the grand Protestant"Beast like a leopard" (Revo that the beMr. Asa M. Roy passed jury returned an indictment this lation xiii. 2) represents the Papacy" yond this vale of tears on last But fewer still, we fear, will he rcad. term, against Harrison Brown to support our view that Protestantism Sunday evening October the for murder. This is the first is the "Image of the Beast" (Revelatlou 27th 1911. As the sun was sinkxiii. 15) In our context given" another murder case on the docket since name, "the- False Prophet" We urge ing low in the Western sky, accept June court, 1911. There were no one towe think our interpretation, hard of any who nor shall God saw best to call him home the usual number of misdemean refuse it We will neither slander nor to that better cline. He was 74 Injure them now, nor or cases. Court adjourned at the otherwise with eternal torture. threat They en them years of age and more than 50 end of the week, the grand jury have the same right to their views thai years ago professed his faith in I have, and the same right 'to make having completed its business. them known to others. And i, for with the BapChrist and united consider any one, It seems that in accordance thingwill be very glad tomay set forth which opponents tist church and lived a consisour text tent member until the end came. with the number of weddings as their interpretations of Frogs." "Unclean Spirits Like He leaves a wife and several recently, there is "also a corresThe symbolisms of Scripture, right ly understood, are always forceful rela-zb'ponding number of divorces children besides a host of TToV cpH WllOTI 1 represent and IriencU to mourn the proceeding lately instituted. iiiliti.!.ill! Iii 't.i Odd-Fello- ws ar Ira-pur- e mzatj, a uiuceu caneu in e, . - I rea-laig- h, j - doctrines or teachings, we may be sure the true application will fit well. A frog has a sage look, a wise look. It swells itself up In an apparent endeavor to Impress the beholder. Its great mouth well represents its chief power, used to croak. Applying these symbols, we learn that an evil spirit influence, teaching, will come from the Protestant churches federated, from the Church of Rome, and from the Civil authorities, all in full agreement The spirit of all will be boastful; an air of superior wisdom and knowledge will be proudly assumedall will croak in harmony. All will tell of dire results that would follow, involving the Interests of both the present and the future life. If their counsel be not followed. However conflicting the creeds, the differences will be ignored in the general proposition that nothing ancient must be disturb-- , ed. or looked Into, or repudiated. The Divine authority of the Church, and the Divine right of Icings, aside from the Church, will not be allowed to conflict Any persons or teachings in conflict with these boastful and claims will be branded as everything vile, at the mouths of these "frogs" speaking from pulpits and platforms and through the religious and secular press. The nobler sentiments of some will be strangled by the philosophy of the same evil spirit which spoke through Caiaphas, the high priest, respecting Jesus. Xs Caiaphas declared it expedient to commit a crime in violation of justice, human and Divine, to be rid of Jesus and His teachings, so this "frog" spirit will approve of every violation of principle necessary to their self protection. The croaking of these "frog" spirits or doctrines will gather the kings and princes, financial, political, religious and Industrial into one great army. The spirit of fear, inspired by the croakings of these "frogs," will scourge the passions of otherwise good and reasonable men to fury, desperation. In their blind following of these evil spirits, evil doctrines, they will be ready to sacrifice life and everything on the altar of what they mistakenly suppose Is justice, truth and righteousness, under a Divine arrangement For a brief time, as we understand the Scriptures, these combined forces Free of Armageddon will triumph. speech, free mails, and other liberties which have como to be the very breath of the masses In our day, will be ruthlessly shut off under the plea of necessity, the glory of God, the commands of the Church, etc. All will seem to be serene, until the great social explosion In our context described as the "great Earthquake." An "earthquake," in symbolic language, signifies social revolution, and the declaration of the context is that none like unto it ever before occurred- - (Revelation xvl. 18. 19.) Jesus described it as a time of trouble such as never was since there was a nation. Matthew xxlv. 21. The Lord Will Gather Them. teachings wilt The false, frog-lik- e gather together into one host the great, the rich, the wise, the learned and the kings of the earth, to battle. At this juncture Divine Power will step forward, and our text tells us that Utl shall gather the marshaled hosts to Armagcddou to the .Mountain of Destruction. The very thing which they sought to avert by their union, federation, etc.. will be the very thing they will hasten. Other Scripture.- - tell us that God will be represented hy the Great Messiah, and that Ele will he on the side of the masses Thus we rend In Daniel xii. 1: "At that time shall Michael Lthe Godlike One Messiah l stand tip" assume authority Ue will take possession of His Kingdom in a manner little looked for by many of those who erroneously have been claiming that they were His Kingdom, aud authorized by Him to reign in His name and in His stead. Jesus declared. "His servants ye are unto whom ye render service." Some may lie rendering service to Satan anil to error, who claim to he rendering service to God and to righteousness; and- some of these may be serving ig norantly. as did Saul of Tarsus, who "verily thought that he did God a serv ice" in persecuting the Chureh. The same principle holds true reversel As an earthly king dyes not hold him self responsible for the moral character of each soldier who fights in hi hat ties, so the Lord does not vouch for the moml character of all who will enlist ami tight oil HLs side of any question "His servants they are to whom the render service." whatever the motive or objeet prompting them The same principles will apply in the coming Battle of Armageddon Gods side of that battle- will be the people . side, aud the very nondescript h si the' people, will be pitted at the begin uing of the battle. Anarchists. Social radicals of everv lsts. and school of reason and unreason, will be In the forefront of that battle The majority of the poor and the middle class prefer peace at almost any priee A comparatively small number. God's consecrated people, will at heart be longing for Messiah's Kingdom These will bide the Lord's time and wait pa tlently for It; thoy will He of good courage, knowing the outcome outlined in the "more sure word of prophecy." to which they have done well to take heed, "as unto a light shining in a dark place until the"Day dawn." II -- - hot-heade- d Peter I. 10. ts 1 v ". "f-n- ?" , t The masses will be restless of their restraints, but will be conscious or their own weakness as compared to the kings and princes, financial, religious and political, which will then hold sway. Besides, the masses have no sympathy with anarchy. They realize truly that the worst form of govern ment is better than none. The masses will seek relief through the ballot and A fool always wants to shorten , Kn- -l nr"ifn1 rfsorHitqfmnnt" nf oorth nf T.tl ., tr.tvll,tn il tn A w!o man want r"ieo '? Mmo tot away the tlii elimination .l t:iirs i'ms- - mid to alt up iiiaiiLiuu (to lengthen both -- Ruskln. r- N the placing of monopolies and utilities and the supplies of nature in the hands of the people for the public good. The crisis will be reached when the hitherto upholders of law shall become violators of the law and resisters of the I will of the majority as expressed by the ballot Fear for the future will lead the masses to desperation: and anarchy will result when Socialism fails The Cloud's Silver Lining. Horrible would be this outlook for the future did we not have the infallible Word of God assuring us of a glorious outcome! Divine Wisdom has withheld until our day the great knowledge and skill which is at the same time breeding millionaires and discontents. Had God lifted the veil a thousand years sooner, the world would have lined up for its Armageddon a thousand years sooner. But that would hnve t:cen too soon for the Divine parpose. because Messiah's Kingdom ?s to be the great Thousand-Ye- a of the world's history. God in kindness veiled our eyes until the time when the gathering to Armageddon would immediately precede Messiah's taking to Himself His great ' power, and beginning His reign. Revelation xi, 17. 18. "Send Them Strong Delusions." St Paul wrote prophetically of our time, that it would be one of serious trial and testing to many professing to be Christians. The reason for this he states they received not the Truth in the love of it (II Thessalonlans it 10. 11.) They preferred their own erroneous theories, the Apostle explains, and therefore God will give them over to a "strong delusion ," and let them believe the lie which they preferred, and let them suffer for missing the Troth w . ich they did not love. Thus they will be In the condemned host "fighting against God," because of their lack of love for the Truth. It is sad to say that we all as Christians have been laboring tinder a thorough delusion respecting God's Plan. We have claimed that Christ set up His Church in Kingdom power, and that the Church has been reigning on On the arth as His representative. the strength of this delusion, Jews and heretics have been persecuted to death as opponents to Christ's Kingdom. All the while we thoughtlessly repeated the LonUs prayer: "Thy Kingdom come; Thy will bo done on earth, as in Heaven." We knew that the Redeemer said that He would come again to make us His Bride and joint-heirbut we Ignored the Scriptures. We were drunk, as the Scriptures symbolically say, "all nations were drunk" with the false doctrine. It is this false doctrine that will constitute the "frog" spirit which soon will begin to croak and to prepare for Armageddon. The Bible presentation Is that the world Is a section of the universe hi rebellion against Divine authority, un 3er the captaincy of Satan and his associated fallen angels. By Divine grace Jesus has already "tasted death for jvery man." and the merit of that sacrifice must eventually, grant Adam and his posterity a full, fair opportunity for the attainment of everlasting life All who thus see the Divine program jnd are walking in the light may know something at least respecting the "times These brethren "are mil seasons." not in darkness, that that day land that battle of Armageddon should overtake" them "as a thief" - un i wares Armageddon Not Yet but Soon. For forty years the Armageddon forces have been mustering for ootli sides of the conflict Strikes, lockouts and riots, great and small, have been merely incidental skirmishes as the uelligerent parties crossed each other's, paths Court and Army scandals tu F.uiope. Insurance. Trust and Court scandals m America, have shaken pub Dynamite plots, charg lie confidence ed by turns on employees him! oh ki ployers. have further shaken conn uence and tended to make each dis trustful of the other Bitter and angr feelings on both sides are more and more mimifcst. The hue- - ot lmtth are in My becoming more distinct!-- . m:irkcri Nevertheless Arinageddtfii cannot yet be foug'r. r matter-- - intervene iccording t. i liecy. Geiiti) i. ave t ill two jear to T run The "Im.i e of the t" o:i " pov. ei contest mu- -t yet receipt The linage must tie transformed fnm ;i mere iieclianisin to a tivltiu force Protectant Federation niilixes that its .!. Ml. ik- - fmlle unless nrgunniatKtu receive vitalization unless Its elerg it directly or indirectly shall be nixed us possessed ot aiotoih- on md authority to tench Tin.-- Wit prophecy indicates will come from tin wo horned beast, which, we .eMeve symbolically represents the Church nl Fiigland activities M Protestantism and Catholicism, operu mg In conjunction for the siippro 'Ion of human liberties, await tin's vivi.'vins: of the Image This may come oon but Armageddon cannot precede it. bui must follow perhaps a year after u according to our view of the Prophec Still another thing intervenes a though the Jews are gradually fioumv into Palestine, gradually obtaining con trol of the land of Canaan. atd a though reports say that alreudx iMe teen millionaires are there, nevenhe less prophecy requires an evldeutr. larger number of wealthy Hebrews to be there before the Armageddon crisis Indeed we understand be reached that "Jacob's trouble" iu the nly Land will come at the very close or Armageddon. Then Messiah's King dom will begiu to be manifested Thenceforth Israel in the land of promise will gradua.ly rise from the ashes of the past to the grandeur f proph ecy Through Its Divinely appointed princes Messiah's Kingdom, well-moaning TRUE IRISH BULLS. They Have a Pungent Flavor Pe culiar to the Green Isle. BLUNDERS LINKED WITH WIT. All Nations Mix Metaphors and Per- petrate Self Contradictory Figures of Speech, but the Emerald Brand Holds the Prize For Point and Vigor. In "Bulls, Ancient and Modern," J. C. Percy, the author, contrasts the English and Irish variety to the advantage of the latter. Although the most diverting bulls are usually fathered upon Irishmen, they have not by any means a monopoly. All nations mix metaphors and fall into self contradictory blunders. Englishmen make bulls probably just as often as Irishmen, but there is a difference. The English ones are seldom amusing The Irish ones almost always are. Mr. Gladstone never hinted at Irish blood In his veins, yet he once warned an M. P. that it was no use for hUn "to shake his head in the teeth o his own words." Mr. Balfour has spoken of "an empty theater of unsympathetic auditors." I. rd Randolph Chorchil. referred to an item of national credit as "a mere flea bite In the ocean of our expenditure." If further proof be called for It was a Yorkshlrcman who told a meeting of shareholders in some place of entertainment at Leeds that "they had been catering for a class which does not exist and which now goes to Bradford." It was an English chairman of a railway company who said "it would pay better to carry third class passengers for nothing rather than let the tramways get them." Wliy is It. then, that bulls are supposed to be native to Ireland? It can hardly be for the reason that they axe supposed to take their name from a certain Obadiah Bull, an Irish barrister, who practiced in London during the eighteenth century. Mr. Percy accepts this derivation, though there is another which relates the name with the traditional remark of the timid woman who was "afraid to cross a field full of cows in case one of them might be a bull." That has the flavor of the true Irish bull. It is pungent sharp to the point The meaning flashes out quick and clear. Other bulls result from a lack of oil In the headworks. Irish bulls are really due to mental quickness, which takes a short cut rather than the high road, and relies upon the hearers to show equal agility. That is why they leave an impression, while the bulls of other nations pass unnoticed or fade directly from the mind. Here, for example, is a. delightful ellipse. One woman, describing another, said: "She would talk the head off you. I am hoarse listening to her." Most of us have felt that, but It needed real wit to phrase it so aptly. Quite as funny, though less witty, was the advice given to cyclists in an Irish paper, "The best way to pass a cow on the road when cycling is to keep behind it" One is reminded of the man who said there was only one way to make a donkey follow you that was to go behind and push. The same writ er on cycling once selected "a shady nook and basked there in the sunshine." It was he. too. who described some one as having received "a grand reception when he went away." In Irish political speeches bulls abound. The speakers are carried away by their subjects and their elo quence. Images leap to their lips and are uttered before their iucongruitj has been noticed. "Why." asked .Sir Thomas Myles in Dublin during the Boer war-"w- hy should Irishmen stand with their arms folded and their hands in their pockets when England calls for aid?" Lord Russell of Killowen was denouncing a coercion bill in 1SSi and its interference with free speech "If this measure is passed," Ik; declared, "no man in Ireland will be able to speak on politics unless he is born deaf and dumb." Mr. O'Shea, M. P.. drew a piteous picture of the desolation of h farm In Ireland. "Is it not a fact" he asked, "that the only living animals on this farm are the seagulls which fly over In every one of these cases the bull, far from being a source of confusion, adds immensely to the effect of the argument There are hulls, however, even In Ireland, which are born ot Such was sheer muddleheadedness. the remark of the Dublin university freshman who was dared to "lepp" a broad and muddy ditch in College park. "Sure," he said, "if I jumped across that I would fall In the middle before I got halfway." That was verbal carelessness. It was something more than this it was' inability to think clearly which made an old ladj Kiy one Sunday when the porch was Inconveniently crowded after church "If everybody else would do as I stay auletly In their seats till q ry one .2id gone out there would be no crush at the door." In between these comes a class ot bull which is neither illuminating uor confusing, but which arises from a constitutional bluntness of intellect To this class belongs the reply of a servant to her mistress' question. "Who was that at the front door?" "A gentleman looking for the wrong house, ma'am." the servant said. "1 did not know the man was alive until I saw his death In the paper." is another instance of the same kind. s; i:-i- itr - tli I High-hande- -- - t-- n-- li ...r R COUNTY NEWS LANDED Then He A BIG FISH. Bigger Game and Had an Exciting Time. A singular fish story is told in the Hast Indian papers. A fisherman started for the river, accompanied by a shikari, carrying u rifle for use In case of an encounter with big game. The fisherman in a short time landed a large fish and then moved up stream to another pool.-- On his way he passed a ravine and caught sight of an enormous tiger. In a panic the fisherman concealed himself behind a pile of rocks and was flattering himself that lie had escaped observation when the fish fell from his hands in full view of the tiger. The fish was floundering in the road, and the tiger Instantly pounced on it and carried It off. Dut the hook still held, and as soon as the tiger felt the resistance of the line he gave his head an Impatient shake, which resulted In the harpooning of his upper lip. At this critical moment the enraged animal saw the crouching fisherman, who was totally unnerved by his dangerous position, and actually began to play the tiger as he would a fish. The tiger stopped for a moment In apparent amazement at such audacity, and in that Instant the shikari came on the scene with his rifle and sent a bullet through the brute's brain. St Louis Hooked Globe-Democra- t. HUMOR OFTHE DAY Proved Friendship. The affairs of the firm were In such a bad way that the creditors met to take action, and the head of the firm was in consultation. He had this to observe: "I owe you all a lot of money which I cannot pay now. But look at my orders! If I can keep going for six months you will get your money. If you close me up you will hardly get a nickel on the dollar. Give me six months longer and I will give you notes at 5 per cent. What will it be bankruptcy or a chance for all of us to pull out?" The creditors conferred in secret, agreed to take the notes and made the announcement They had put on their hats and coats and were walking out when one of them got the high sign from the merchant. He lagged behind and said. "What is A FRIEND OF THE Money Saver. FAMILY. a Wonderful OUR MOST HYBRID WORD. General News." portant than they are in their it Was Highly Prized as it?" "You have always been a good friend of mine," whispered the merchant "I am not ungrateful, and I wont to tell you something if you will keep it to yourself I'll make you a preferred creditor." "How can you do that?' "You're the first one to know that the notes won't be any good." Chicago 1 FRENCH TOBACCO TESTERS. but Post Men Who Find Smoking Anything an Agreeable Task. The French governments oflicla! tasters of tobacco form a category of civil servants of whose activity little Is known outside their own department. Tobacco is a state monopoly in Prance, and these exports are employed under the ministry of finance to report on all classes of tobacco that nre permitted to be sold in Trance. The men are mostly superannuated inspectors of tobacco factories. Their hours of business are from 9 to 5. As a rule, it is the lower grades of tobacco that need the most earefyl attention. They have to report not only on the cigars, cigarettes and pipe tobaccos put on the market by the French Tobacco Regie, but also n all Imported tobacco. Smoking when compulsory is anything but an agreeable duty, these employees say. They are in constant danger from ills caused by the excessive use of tobacco and they combat these by taking large quantities of black coffee, which is also said to assist them to differentiate between the various kinds of tobacco on which they have to give their opinion. Exchange. How Seeds Travel. Getting Her on Record. "Am I the only man you ever loved?" he asked. "Yes," she sighed. "There is no rich man whom you ever cared to marry?" he persisted. "No rich man I would marry," sho said. "Or no rich man you might marry If you chose?" "No, but why do you ask these questions?" "I Just want to get you on record before our wedding, so that afterward you won't be forever pointing out wealthy men to me as samples of what you might have had." Detroit Free Press. In Accord. Very frequently the winter highways In the Yukon valley are mere trails, traversed only by dog sledges. One of the bishops In Alaska, who was very fond of that mode of travel, encountered a miner coming out with his dog team and stopped to ask him what kind of a road he had come over. The miner responded with a stream of forcible and picturesque profanity, winding up with: "And what kind o" trail did you have?" "Same as yours." replied tho bishop feelingly. Llppincott's. When Miss Ann Pickett dropped in on her neighbor. Mrs. Spicer, and found her moping over the fragments of a gilt vase Miss Ann sympathized generously. "It must have been rath er a costly vase." she said, looking ad mirlngly at the pieces. "No, It only cost six bits." Mrs. Spicer acknowledged. "'Tain't that I feel so bad about." "Maybe It was a gift that ynu priced because of associations':' : t Mrs. Spicer shook "Jim .and I bought it over in a long time ago. i prlrt it lu'cause It was such a saving to thf fnmily. The first year we had it I kept it on the front shelf for a general ornament Then when Jim's birthday came and I hadn't anything else handy to give I gave him the vase for his own. Next Christmas. Instead of paying out good money to buy something new. he gave It back to me for a Christmas present. gave It to Jim junior on his Then birthday, and he gave It to Sue Belle on hers. "The next spring all the klnfolks got up a birthday party for old Aunt Sal-li- e Spicer. and wo took her the vase. After she'd kep" It a good bit she gave It to Jim's sister Jane for a weddln' present, and afterward Jane gave It to me and Jim when we had our china weddin'. I was countin' on glvin' it to Jim again on his next birthday, and now here It is smashed to flinders. "I tell you, Miss Ann,' it most makes me cry to think of losing such a useful family article so near Jim's birthday too!" Youth's Companion. ! !. of paving roads with small broken stones, etc. Celtic and Semitic had already combined to produce macadam, meaning "son of Adam," which the English language then took up and further molded to suit its genius. Thero are many such hybrids, but this is probably tlie worst NOT A 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 1S19 devised the now common method "Remacsuiamixing" Can Boast of Having Five Language Parents. The most hybrid word In the English language, according to Professor A. F. Chamberlain of Clarke university, writing In the Popular Science fMonth-iy- , is "remacadamizing." Professor Clarke 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 sufiix of tho participle present, verbal noun, etc. The root of this word, "macadam," c, own eyes or in those of their A man may be a weather pro- famlies. phet and still pay his debts. At Venice, Cal., policemen will Soon it will be time to do the carry needles and thread, powder Christmas shopping- early. Chicago is now worth $2,601,- (269,088, and not in watered stock, either. - rags and manicuring utensils for the use of ladies who may find it necessary to use such things in a hurry. We can hardly believe It is a good railroad that that this is one of the first remanages to retain the respect of sults of California woman's rise to the political power. the blaze vacationist - i WORK OF EARTHWORMS. FAMILY QUARREL They have ln?eu discovering some ex- traordinary plants in England, plants Useless. "I will go out with you," she said. which puzzled the botanists, ro whom they were either ii'teny unknown or "If you will promise not to rock the known as growing c .ly in far distant boat" "Never mind." he sadly replied: "we lands. One uatura st picked on the grounds of tho Brndiord sewage works will not go. If you think I'm fool species of foreign plants. Among these were several Australian burrs, Jimson weed, prickly poppies from Mexico, others native to Peru. Siberia and the Azores. All were of a prickly nature. Investigation proved that the dust from wool combing establishments was being used as fertilizer and tho washings of wool were run Into the sewers. The burrs of these foreign plants had come in fhe wool and had grotvu. utner punas iiau sprung tvom seed In rags and others been brought in soil on foreign timber. New York World. 1G0 enough to do that without being" warned not to it will be useless for me to waste any more time with you." Chicago Record-IIorald- . These Humble Burrowers Are Great Aid3 to the Farmer. The humble earthworm is one ot man's best friends. The farmer and the gardener could not spare him. Dr. J. Newton Friend tells about him in Science Progress. From Dr. Friend's observations it appears that worms aerate tho soil in a variety of ways. In burrowing through the soil the worms render it more porous and permeable to gases, not merely by virtue of tho air spaces formed, but by reason of the fact that the soil is thus continually kept in gentle motion Again, the soil passing through the bodies of worms is excreted in a fiuer condition, being ground by attrition through the intestines. Darwin estimated that no fewer than fifteen tons of soil annually pass through the bodies of worms for every acre. Further, worms breathe in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, aud the latter gas, as is well known, readily dis solves in water, forming an acid solution which will render alkaline earths and metallic oxide iron soluble. Worms materially aid in producing soluble salts of iron in the soil when other agencies e. g., dilute mineral acids fail. The iron Is eventually given back to the soil in a more soluble condition and presumably in one which can be directly absorbed by plant roots. An Ivory Mat. Many people have never even heard of such a thing, and it is not to be wondered at for these mats are exceedingly rare, aud it is said by those who know that only three of these beautiful curiosities exist in the whole world. The out v now write about is tho largest one made. It measures S by 4 feet and, though made in a small hill state in the north of India, has an almost Greek design for its border. It was only used on state occasions, when the rajah sat on It to sign important documents. The original cost of the pounds of mat is fabulous, for ivory were used in its manufacture. The finest strips of ivory must have been taken off the tusks, as the mat is as flexible as a woven stuff and beautifully fine. London Graphic. 0,-10- 0 It Was Simply p Clever Ru3e of a Daring Parisian Thief. ' I J I j t I ' ' one day through a fashionable French s j ; A woivi.i entered and proceeded to purchase a costly net of silver dishes. and meanwhile a well dressed man lln--j gered. at the doorway as though wait-ing for her. Tho woman, her purchase concluded, counted a number of bank notes and ndvauced to the cashier's desk holding them in her hand. Then of a sudden tho man rushed upon her. "You wretch!" he exclaimed. "Didn't 1 tell ou that you shouldn't have those dishes?" And he slapped her upon the cheek, tore the bank notes from her hand and stalked indignantly out of tlie shop The woman fa.oteil. It was ten ieI:j-- j utes before she was brought to, ami meanwhile those in tlie shop, believing that a family quarrel was In progress. did nothing. On h:r recovery the man ager of the place said regretfully: "We are sorry, madam, for this oc Your husband" curreiict "My husband: That was not my bus band!" the woman cried. "He i; a thief!" ge. She had never seen the man loaded. st.-ilin- A traveler remarks that the Parisian swindler is the subtlest aud the most indomitable me in the world. lie was For this use the There are still Twn nnnnrlc nf souls who contend that aviation ,Iean beef cookedand run is nymg ,nJtthe face of Prcv - through the two pounds. idence. beef-sue- t, chopped; four jof On the other hand, bow would pounds of peeled chopped the women likeit if the men raisons ; three pounds of sugar; scolded about the feminine two pounds of whole raisons; two fashions? pounds of .currents; one pound The actress who played the of citron; one pound of candied leading role in "Is Marriage a lemon-peeone-ha- lf ounce of Failure?" issuing for a divorce, 'cloves; ounce of mace; She knows now. lone ounce of cinnamon; two A chauffeur who killed a man grated nutmegs; tna juice and was "censured" by a coroner's grated rind of two oranges and jury. A slap on the wrist prob- two lemons, one teaspoonful of salt, and one quart of boiled ably seemed too severe. Anthracite will fall short only cider. Mix all together, and let 5,000,000;tons this fall, they say. come to the boil. Can, and us Make a rich crust, Anthracite is a good deal like the as needed. fill with some of the mince-meat- , Michigan peach crop, and bake brown. Serve warra A New York newsboy was! and be glad that winter ha cone stuck on the head with a bomb As mince-mea- t dries, more drier that faiiedto eqplode. Beyond jshould.be poured over it frorm question following-mince-meaold-fashion- A New York man recently died of old age at26. intakes money to die of oldjage so early in life. ed Porto Rico's New Wonder. Switzerland prohibits kissing From in public, but that is not so much ports far away Porto Hico come reof a wonderfull new discovery of a deprivation. is believed will vastly benefit the that Cornell's historic clubhouse people. Eamon T. Marcean, ofD'scov-er- y New was destroyed ;by fire, but the is doing splendid work here. It cured me aboub live time of terrible college was saved. coughs and colds, also ray brother of Another invention needed is a a severe cold in his chest and more nonskid appratus for women than 20 others, who used it on ray advice. We hope this great medicine who get off thelcar backward, will yet be sold in every drug store in Porto Tvico." For throat and lung Everybodylaeems to be running troubles it has no equal. A will for somethingor other a train convince you of its merit. trial and 50c $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed or an office or a policeman. by Paull Drug Co. Mince Pie. t: l; one-four- th i i ; he didn't know it was i'f before.-Exchan- time to time. Unlucky. The First Chauffeur I ran over another baby this morning. The Second Chauffeur Phew: That was unlucky! The First Chauffeur Yes. rotten! Their darned feedin bottles cut the tires up so! London Sketch. store, "do you want a red nosed man When attention was first called to for the soda water trade?" "I could feel sure that he would not the practicability of a canal from the Mediterranean to the Hed sea by the drink up the profits." explained tho first Napoleon a corps of surveyors manager. Buffalo Express. was sent ost to "run the leve'.s " They reported that the scheme would necesMemorized. "Quite poetical, that Mr. Brown. He sarily have to be abandoned because the level of the Red sea was thirty always addresses me as 'fair lady.' " "Oh. that's force of habit He used feet six and a half inches higher than that of the Mediterranean. That report to be a street car conductor, you put a damper on the canal project for know." Toledo Blade. several years. In 1S47, however, some "doubting Thomases" prevailed en the Insinuations. great powers to resurvey the route. He Miss Gladys. I have somethinp England sent Robert Stephenson. Aus- on my mind. tria M. Talbot and France Signor She Oh, I see! There's a fly on yout They found that the two seas bald spot. Baltimore American. had exactly the same level, and the Snez canal was the The Latest. Diner A creme do menthe. waiter. The Weight of the World. Waiter (calling out) One starboard A cubic foot of earth weighs about light Boston Transcript five aud a half times as much as a cubic foot of water. A cubic mile of A Long Felt Want. earth then weighs 23,G94.:!00.000 tons. "Twould mako me clad If we but had The volume of the earth is 2."O.SS0.O0O,-00- 0 A more elastic currency. cubic miles. The weight of the Tho kind we've sot world without its atmosphere is It stretches not At least It stretches not for me. tons. If we add to this the weight of the atmosphere Cilvo us a "bit" given above we get a grand total So made that it 6,GG0.2.rj5.Sl9.G00.OO0.OOO.OO0 Will be so full of tensile oil tons. That when we slip It as a tip She Used Them. We'll 'luly gain from tho recoil. " "Does your mother take an Interest A rubber dime in your father's business?" asked the At luncheon time. lady visitor. If It would stretch to quarter else. "Indeed, she does." replied the boy Would suit my whim Beneath a grim feelingly. Head waiter's avaricious eyes. "And what Is your father's business?" Give us a five That's so alive, s "He's in the shingle business." Level of Two Seas. Ne-grell- "Why." asked the boss of the drug Safe. Violet For Mourning. It was not by accident that violet was chosen by many nations as the ex elusive color for mourning and by uh also for half mourning. Painters suffering from hysteria and neurasthenia will be inc'ined to rover their pictuiv:. uniformly with the color most in ae eorJ-incwith t!" h 'a -'"! ,i tuue and exhaustion. Thus originate the violet pictures of Manet and his school, which spring from i o actually observable aspect of uamre. but from a subjective view due to conditions of the nerves. When the entire surface of wails in salous and art exhibitions of the day appears veiled in uniform half mourning this predilection for violet is simply' an expression of the nervous debility of the painter. Nordau's "Degeneration." 1 I'd stop work, "declares a Long Island chauffeur C&SE AX! who has fallen heir to $47,000 ana refuses to quit his job Uncertainty of the immediate "uture is looked upon by many men Many will die if he don't. f aiTtirs, as a blockade to eute?- Up to. date no Burbank of the 4ix iUiti business prosperity, and ' .. spparent kitiiiiwii Hc.s sueeded in produc- ' 'sU k'sdc is zmmhoufc tlie channels of trade. ing a satisfactory vegetable subThe Presidential Election; the stitute for the porterhouse steak :3arU of Congress with no fixed 3c: Organized Labor as a new of commerce. : n-.- "I'd die - Coaling the Sun. Coaling the sun is an expression used i. ix-su-lt by physicists to indicate the necessity of renewing the stock of motive power, exactly analogous to coaling a vessel for an ocean journey. Many maintain that this is done by the incessant showers of meteorites which rain in upon it from celestial space Thus it is that the sun's energy is continually kept up and its fires are fed. Atom afteratom in the continuous collisions of matter is changed Into vapor and adds it quota of energy to the great central ge. storehouse in fact, "coals the sun."-Exchan- Dickens' Humanncss. The best part of Charles Dickens, the great novelist, was the htuuanncs of Him. coming our in the tender' pathos with which he streaked the funny side of life. Primarily si humorist, he was like many another humorist, a humanist too. Dickens came out of that lowirtotesque.enc er London life, heroic, whit h he third pitiful, pictured in his writings. Ele had lived sons will Jbe eligible to vote Li j the struggles of Oliver Twist, of David Oopperfleld and of Philip in "Great Ex- the United States next Novemb- pectations." That was the reasou why er, including the man who is too j Th Wceklly Enaiirer. vrth tha he was able to lay hold of people's Asni otl fl.cyi?f siF .ill rltrk hearts when he described those death lazy to make up his mind. able and conservative editorials, less persons. New York Mail. Somebody one-thirone-thir- d ..-iSfc.la-Experimen- A handle for safety razor blades has beep designed so hat they may be used as a kite)en knives. But who .wants lohave with a kitchen knife? German scientists have discovered a way to make artificial daylight. Lady shoppers wili not have to wait for a clear da.v to match dress material. Approximately 25,000,000 per j ; ! u'. - hi politics; together witln .. a .. .. .x r ui jcs i.i ;i.u.!..:s t.i ..: represent at this time a iLfjtic conflict of separate inter- sts, to harmoni-- e which is now the. "iviiem before Iko country. want Prosperity, Peace and1 Plenty. Read with care the Cincinnati Enquirer, a journal that prr.it i all the news ei.. h day frroiL every eorntnercial cri'cr thrmigk-oi- tt A barometer off the worl'l. catces and clfeols that points or.t, as a Beacon Light, the danger andl the safeguard therefrcn:. As well known, the Daily ITn- qtnrcr is the largest ra skm; sinch. highest priced paper in tlie United States, yet cheapest, measured 1 . -- . ...- -- Yon-ker- Statesman. &n "Indians, you know." said the widely read man. "are very stoical. They're never known to laugh." "Oh. I don't know," replied the flippant person. "The poet Longfellow made Minne-ha-haCatholic Standard and Times. ." So He Did. It springy and resilient. That when wo lend It to a friend will return whence It has went A silver ounce So full of bounce That It will make a dollar shy Mount high enough To pay for stuff A (silver dollar onjrht to buy. And so I say, "Hip. h'p, hurray, For htm who'll take our treasury And give us soon That needed boon, X toon elastic currency!" .. The two powers which in my oplntou constitute a wise man. are those rtf bearing and forbearing Eplctetus. s "" . Centiirf Not All. Tit For Tat "Thomas," said the mother severely, Mrs. Jenkins was standing before the "some one has taken a big piece of mirror arranging her thin hair when gingerbread out of the pantry" her baldheaded husbtvid enrered the Tommy blushed guiltily room. "Ob, Thomas." she exclaimed. "1 "Say, Emily," he began, "why dou't didn't think It was in you." you do your hair the way you used "It ain't all." replied Tommy. 'Tart to?" of it's in Elsie." National .Monthly. "Why don't you?" reported Mrs. Jenkins. Llpplncott's. Class Distinction. "Did ye see as Jim sSit ten years' Unconsciousness. penal for stealing that 'ossV" "She's the most unconscious girl 1 "Serve Mm right too. Why didn't ever saw." 'e buy the 'oss and not pay for 'im like "Well, why shouldn't she be? She's any other gentleman." London Sketch. pretty and knows it. She's clever and knows it. and she's good and knows Tho Best Way. has she to be conscious Choose always the tvay that seems the best however rough it may be. Custom will soon render it easy and Friendly Suggestion. agreeable. Pyt hngoras. boy ot Borein That mine gets off some good thiugs This morning at brpakfaRt he said Knox The Mental Railroad. Patient 1 cannot concentrate, doe-to- (Interrupting! - Re ibonld have them My train of thought keeps Jump- copyrighted. Borem-Wh- y? Knox To ing the truck. Doctor Ah. a nervous ieep you from reproducing them. wreck! Puck. Be useful where thou Hvest that they The absent are like children helpless may botb want and wish thy pleasing to defend themselves. Reade. presence still. George Herbert t if?"-Excha- nge five-year-ol- d tiesby the nitrogen method the tors J' n': anteracite is going to be severely handsome for "Ma p.jfit fri incrrct !her jolted one of these centuries. good iuliuencc oi Thf .rniL-crm-t t Philadelphia is "trying out" the uplut pr wv re::t--- i :" ' i -and for tlie butler id.ciiares women as street car conductors. of the ' . r cenns v ?e! vJr, Philadelphia is historic and in to The E..'Auiv.., Cinrip'T.-it'. every way worthy, but never beA Greal Building Palls . fore has been raled as adventur- when its foundation-i- underminecT-an- d j ! etc., w:th tceex.lvran indcl and immorality, is t"' y the Clcant. It the sun's rays enn be stored o?ai;iabiei. Weekly Family in vegetation in unlimited quanti- - Each issue is '.! Journal flu "riccr ' in"k-m.'Jt!"rj, has discovered how market reports, methods and reto '"age" wine by giving it sults from Cr..r::tnent cd 3t ..ions, '.crinry electric treatment. All that is ' matters, I copies Fcrutn, chciceaf necessary now is to train. spiders literature, hort and continued story- - ..j, general ies to spin cabwebs uuon the t . notl-ce'.r-:-"- new-bottle- of aJi matters cf -- ?'. s v: .. . con-nmr.- '' 4 T r. ous. itii The baby bureau of the department of commerce and labor has been started. But the innovation cas.not make the babies more im- - if tlie foundation of health-g- ood digestion is attacked; (juiuic collupse follows. On the first, sign of indigestion, Dr. King's 27ew Life-Pillshould be taken to tone theand regulate liver, kidneys-- . ; stomach "f bvvels; ab Paull only s - V50' m f lI -- L : l V,' '' "WTiii fc,i i--v iUO ;r -- ..s&iSM MTBR 1, V k. THE ADAIR COUNTY f- - - .. -- V THK ADAIR, COUNT? NEWS was defeated for Bermuda, which will keep him Congress in an Illinois district away from callers or for the next six weeks. Published Every Wednesday by a Democrat, Mr. O'Hair, - - BY THE who is a native of Wolf county, President Taft is suffering Kentucky. Adair County News Company. with a slight attack of gout. He ( Incorporated.) was unable to leave the White GOV. WILSON COMMENTS. House Saturday, but Monday EDITOR. CHAS- - S. HARRIS he took up the British objecN. J., Nov. 9. Princeton, tions to the Panama Canal bill. Democratic newspaper devoted to the Until further notice, we will pay the the following prices for SPLIT City of Columbia and the people "Very useful and important, of the HICKORY, and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair County, Adair and adjacent counties. indeed," was the comment which Senator Dixon, of Montana, a Kentucky. as President-elec- t Woodrow Wilson Roosevelt manager, will have to Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. on the array of ed- take a back seat. His State made y N WED. NOV., 13. 1912 itorials, statement, avd declara- went for Wilson. The legislaPrice per M Pieces tions from prominent persons be- ture is Democratic and will elect ing published in various news- a United States Senator. Depth On Heart Length THE ELECTION. D C A&B papers, advocating or opposing x 30 in. $14.00 liin. If in. $ 8.00 $6.00' ' an extra session of Congress to The returns elect Hooper, Re26 in. But little additional informa12.00 6.00 5.00 li in. x If in. publican, the present Governor 30 in. . 18.00 7.0O' 10.00 lin. x 2 in. tion can be given to the public revise the tariff. over Benton 26 in. 6jOO 16.00 "Are you going to thke all of Tennessee 9.00 lin. x 2 in. concerning the result of last 2 1 in. x Democrat, by about 30 in. 35.00 2iin. 18.00 Tuesday's election. It was these clippings with you on your 26 in. 28.00 15.00 5,000. Tennessee is badly split 2in. x 21 in. known the night of 'the returns vacation?" he was asked. All wanted 30 in long, shorter lengths taken only to save timber that the Democratic ticket had 'vOh, no," replied the Gover- politically. All spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or Shell Bark Hichory, Spokes that are brash, also swept the country, and that nor. "I've read them already. Fifteen thousand women, The newspapers certainly are cheering and singing, celebrated containing defects such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. Wilson and Marshall would be the next President and Vice helping me in my listening pol- with a brilliant parade in New These Spokes must be full in length and the 30 in. is wanted. All Spokes smaller than x f x 30 in. long will icy." classed as 26 in. or culled, depending on size. President of the United States. York Saturday night the recent be The attention of the President- addition of four States to the States in All of the forty-eigAll Spokes too small for x If x 26 in. will be classed at the price of "C grade of this size or culled. to an argument the union dropped into the Wil- elect was called woman suffrage flag. Split Second Growth White Oak Spokes, 30 in Long eight or nine, in an editorial that inasmuch as son column save Depth On Heart Length C , A&B Evidently a number of Demoand the electoral vote which Mr. he had not received a majority 3 in. 2 in. x 30 in. $30.00 $12.00 Wilson will receive will be about of the popular vote and that crats remained at home on elec30 in. x 2h in. 3i in. 45.00 since both the Republican and tion day. Wilson's vote was 20O four hundred. The A and B grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admit of one third .or leSS Sap timber in lizes There was not a break in the Progressive partisans favored a not as large as was Bryan's four 2 x 3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free from all other defects, tough and heavy. solid South, and the ticket car- policy of protection, therefore year ago. The C grade takes in Spokes that are more than d the country had voted against sap timber, but both grades must be split from d ried many of the Judge C. C. Turner was elect- Second Growth White Oak, showing a good growth. Republican States, North, East tariff revision. Appel"That's queer, reasoning," re- ed Judge in the Seventh Don't Split Brash Timber Into Spokes, as we cannot use them. Spokes that are brash, also pieces and West. late district. After the first of containing worm holes, knots, sun checks and short crooks will be President-elec- t. classed as culls. It was first reported that Il- marked the January all the Judges of the linois had given her vote to Col.' "They overlook the fact that Will Commence Receiving the 10th of October. Court of Appeals will be DemRoosevelt, but later returns many State Legislatures went ocrats. All Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. For further particulars call on or address,showed that it had been carried Democratic, which means Demby Gov. Wilson by a safe major- ocratic Senators, and likewise New Jersey, Mr. Wilson's CO. ity. California, at this time, is that there were a great number State, gave him a good majority. of Democratic Congressmen He also carried Ohio and New in the Roosevelt column, Columbia, Ky. elected." are not all in, and there York, the States of Mr. Taft and E. G. Wethington, Mgr. Mrs. Wilson went to New Mr. Roosevelt. are' statements to the effect that to do some shophim so nice." I told him that it may yet fall in line with the York Nick Longworth was defeated was no more that what was per- E great possession. It now looks ping. Mr. Wilson planned to attend for Congress by G5 votes in the fectly natural with the Adair like Mr. Taft will have twelve Co.. people and I might say with York Univer Cincinnati district. He is a votes in the electoral college and the Princeton-Neof Col. Roosevelt. those in adjoining counties, too game here this afsity foot-ba-ll Col. Roosevelt from seventy-fiv- e for you know big hearted Will ternoon. to one hundaed. beLouisville, Kentucky We believe to the victors Lyon and family whom he talkBoth branches of Congress will On Main between Sixth and Seventh The positive announcement of long the spoils. In other words ed so much about lived in Taylor be Democratic, the House by an of Harry Lane, the the party that wins should be county. Cousin Joe is certainly j overwhelming majority, and the the election American Plans Democratic candidate for the Se- given the offices. a good man, I know the people Senate will have a margin of nate in Oregon, makes doubly there enjoyed having him visit RATES: two. The Turks are losing their men sure Democratic control of the enjoy having them, we certainly In Kentucky Mr. Wilson's pluAmerican Plan $2.00 and up upper house of Congress. The in large numbers. 25,000 were him visit us, his good talks are rality over President Taft, - killed in the last battle. European Plan $1.00 and up always interesting. gabout 105,000 Mr. Taft uuuiuuu ui uieuii jjivea iunyis Democrats, receiving about nine thous- nine Senators to the Contests in It will not be long until appli- Well I want to come back some We serve the best American Plan meals in the South a majority of two. cants foiS office will be thick time for I believe I could enjoy a and more votes in the State than Michigan throughout the country. Illinois, Tennessee and The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. visit back home just a little bit did Gol. Roosevelt. Nine Demremain to be decided. In Tenn better than any body that has Herman Steinhilber, Manager ocratic Congressmen of Kentucky are ever left come back. Vermont, Idaho and Utah essee, it Is stated,fusion and reg-- ; were elected. Langley, Repubular candidates will be friendly the States carried by Mr. Taft. We are. in a good country second crop. Clover seed are hearty for one of his age. There lican, from the tenth district, poliPresident-elec- t Wilson's , to good people, but I do get worth $10.00 per bushel now. was returned, and Caleb Powers Bogard, Mo. cies. awful anxious some times to see Potato crop good, good crop of his and the Governors ' ages, won out in the bloody Eleventh, Oct. the 30th, 1912. some of the good people that I all kinds of fruit except peaches. When I gave him my paper to his majority being between three With the President, Senate Dear sir: was raised among and have Several car loads of apples have read the accounl of Gov ffind. and five 'thousand over Smith and House of Representatives in I have been thinking for sever- known all my life, though there been shipped out of this county mans death he said ..weU Democrat, and Seavey, Progress harmony the Democrats soon al days I would write to the would be lots of faces I would this season. They are worth take3 the agt Qne of my Q,d ive. will begin planning to make good Adair County News, and express miss for the News gives an ac 50cte per 100 pound. There has piaymate3. j started a letter to The monetary interest of this their reform promises. The Demy thanks to my many friends count of some one passing away been a large acrage of wheat put country is not disturbed over the mocratic leade.s of the House deJim just two day3 ag0 so sorry and relatives for the kindness most every week. Sorry to hear out here this time the bulk of the j did not write soonen election of Mr. Wilson. Mag- - clare a special session of the new shown my wife during her short of Gov. Himdmans death. I wheat was sowed in September.! j wm pJose foj. this time by nets of Wall Street say that they Congress will be called. The but pleasant visit back home a know he will be greatly missed Wheat sowed here later than the ; wishiag believe he will give the country short session of the present the News and its many 1 TT a few weeks ago. Cousin Joe m Adair county, lie usea to 10th, of Oct., don't usually do waders much success, ' a wise and patriotic administra- Conerress will- be larcely devoted T j j ,; di. Your. truly, . jLon anu, uaugmer cuusm dbi-- 0ften visit old Union Sunday much good. tion. In Europe the same opin- - io uae .passage ol apprupnauuu L- - M- - Wilmore. hfc wjth Qne usi school and was always ready The people here have been ion .prevails. bills. since their return from Adair with a good Sunday school talk. doing some good substantial road Only A Fire Hero. The election of the Democratic county. They gave a glowing We - work this season in the nqy Of have had very little ramticket was a foregone conclusion While the new Tennessee Leg- rlpsnrinHnn ' ... of "RTpnrnokv and her ., L, fall here this year right in our grading and building bridges, ed hands, he held up a small round for months before the election, islature is apparently hostile to shouted. ..this good people. Cousin Joe said. immediate neighborhood, the they have almost abandoned' Vox' the split in the Republican par- - former Gov. M. R. Patteson, Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has and eveaythinjr beat for burns." Right: wood bridges "regu- - Luther, I tell you there isn't a ground has not been too wet to building ty making Wilson's election a nominee of the world to visit, boils, ulcers, sores, pimples, plow since June, ' consequently are building steel or cqnerste also for certamty. lar" wing of the Democratic par better place in the eczema,HUts, sprains, bruises. Surest was the crowning 'visit of the corn crop is not as good as nad where there is just a small pile cure. lb subdues inflammation, If the race had been made by ty for United States Senator, it this my life." He said he had made ifc would have been if we could amount of water to carry, they kills pain. Only 25 cents otPaull Wilson and Roosevelt, there is .said that members of that Drug Co. several visits back but never had have had more rain at the proper use a metal pipe or Tunnel. 'would have been something do- - wing will control the body and to stay long enough, when time. Owing to the severe win v". I believe the Kentucky people ing in this country. In other! that some "regular" Democrat got home this time he was ter lots of the wheat was killed, that are located near Bogard.are words it would have been a fight other than Patterson will be he left stay long enough to get Jotg of fields put t0 corn or 0ats all generally well except Mrs. going to named. to a finish. . around. He spent four months in the spring. Hay and oat Bettie Burbrige, who has not At this time it looks like the this "time and then did'nt get crop fine, lots of Timothy seed been very well for the past few Republican party is hopelessly President-elec- t Woodrow Wilnear around. He said he expect- threshed here this season, are weeks. Her two sons Dolphus ftfade A P4ew Man Of Him .split, and that the Democrats son announced Saturday night g "I was suffering from rain in visited in a hundred homes worth $1.00 per bushel. Last and Alvin, are doing a good stomach, head and back," writes mv H. opportunity to control that he would devote practically ed he have an T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C. "and my was in a home but fall they sold for $8.50 per bush- business with their mill. never liver and kidneys did not work right, this country for years. . all the week to State business. 4 and but four bottles of Mr. Wasfield Walker a cousin, made me fee; f&QElectric Bitters 1 a new man. At the end of the week he will what he, wished he could go back el, wot much clover hulled on ac'"Uncle" Jo Cannon, who dry for the of Gov. Hindman, is well and PRICE 50 CTS. Ai ALL DRUG STORES. ruled the House for begin his vacation voyage ' to again, for every body treated count of it being too NEWS many years, office-seekers ATTENTION FARMERS and TIMBERMEN ln-are- et Post-offl- ce sec-a- d to-da- Split Hickory Spokes 30in. Long " . Mc-Milli- n, 1 1 ht 1 v rock-ribbe- one-thir- - THE ADAIR SPOKE but-re-turn- s to-da- y, If son-in-la- w w and European 4 i i and-amon- g i I i j T 1 j , '. ; I ' ! i J so-call- "" . I j j liters arbi-trarial- ly ,- - -,.. SOI. - ! '" . tsHHVfi.vsr r. . . . - . v --- ". a ." 1J- -' .' i gj ,fe? 7- -- " TS"V-'t- -. v. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS vjC Thanksgiving Proclamation. ' - Forgetting politics for a short to-da- BakingPowder AbsolufcfrPare The Woman Makes the Home She makes it best who, looking after the culinary department, turns her back resolutely upon unhealthful, or even suspicious, food accessories. She is economical; she knows that true economy does not consist in the use of inferior meat, flour, or baking powder. She is an earnest advocate of home made, home baked food, and has proved the truth of the statements of the experts that the best cooking in the world today is done with Royal Baking Powder, issued time President Taf t a Thanksgiving proclamation setting aside November 28 for the observance of the United States of America, a proclamation foly lows: "By the President of the United States of America, a proclamation. nation, like "A ours, owes it to its inborn and sincere sense of moral duty to testify its devout gratitude to the for the countless benefits it has enjoyed. For many years it has been custo mary at the close of the year for God-feari- ng All-Giv- er in industries so' productive that-thoverflow of our prosperity has advantaged the whole world; strong in the steadfast conservation of the heritage of bequeathed t6 us by the wisdom of our fathers and firm in the resolve to transmit that hertiage unimpaired, but rather improved by good use, to our children and our children's children for all time to come, the peopie of this country have abounding cause for contented gratitude. self-government e the seal of the United States to be affixed; f0 MoMnnoi T?VQnf,v n upon his fellow countrymen to offer praise and thanks to God Mrs. AV. S. Knight, Jamestown, Mr. N. A. McKnight, St. Louis, was visited her daughter, Miss Alva, who here a few days ago. is in L. W. T. S., last Saturdaj'. Mr. T. F. Durham, Danville, was in Rev. .1. Ii. Crawford, is attending t Columbia a day or two of last week. B Jan adjourned meeting of was on the I Transylvania Presbytery which isthe; Miss Alma McFarland, in! sick list a lew aays;oi last weeu., seSsion at Lebanon. Mr. A. D.Todd and her daughter, Russel, county, Mr J A Web Miss Ella, visited in Cumberland j waa dowl lasfc Sundayt t0 see his' county last week. daughters, who are in the Lindsey- of Mr. Wilson. flfie Mrs. Sarah Smyth, mother G. P. Smythe, is a victim of pneu- - j S. C. Bryant, of Stamping Ground, ' monia. Last weeic sne was cnticauy Ky., a native of this county, visited fQ? ill, but is better at this writing his father and other relatives on Sul- Mrs. V. F. Hancock, of Louisville, plmr creek, several days last week. lias been spending a week or two with 'flQl for the manifold blessings vouchsafed to them in the past and to unite in earnest suppliance for their continuance. "The year now drawing to a close has beeu notably favorable to our fortunate land. At peace Mrs. Corrilla Hindman, is spending within and without, free from a few days at Grady vi lie 0 Capfc. W. W. Bradshaw, who was the perturbations and calamities Dr. U. L. Taylor, has gone to White very sick several days of last week, is that have afflicted other peoples; Mills to seeMrs. Taylor, who is quite reported better. rich in harvests so abundant and sick. Personal Mr. W. H. Sims, the brick manufacturer, of this place, reported that "By the President: Alvey A he was visited by the robber Monday night of last week. Mr. Sims lives Adee, Acting Secretary of State. alone in a small brick house near his Yard. In the night he heard a noisd in his room and upon getting up ho Flawed Train With Shirt discovered a colored man, who had Tearing his shirt from his back an come in through the window. Mr. Ohio man flagged a train and saved in Sims reached and got his ax, the infrom a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ra- truder making his escape, carrying off" "therefore I, William Howard leigh, N. C, once prevented a wreck the old gentleman's pocketbook which Taft, President of the United with Electric Bitters. "I was in a contained several dollars and four or terrible plight when I began to use five checks. The book and checksStates of America, in pursuance t.hfim." lift writfis. ,mv sfnmnph. henrl were found next morning ne'ar h& usage and in baok and kidneys were all badly affect- - Public school buildi u;. The thief of my liver was in bad condition ' was not recognized by Mr. Sims. ed response to the wish of the butand four bottles of Electric Bitters Porto Rico's New Wonder, American people, invite my made me feel like a new man. ' A trial will convince you of their match- - Frora far away Porto rvJco 'corae re countrymen, wheresoever they less menit for any stomach, liver or ports of a'wonderfuli new discovery may sojourn, to join, on Thurs- kidney tronble. Price 50 cents at that is believed will vastly benefit tht? Paull Drug Co. people. Ramon T. Marcean, of Barce- day, the 28th day of this month loneta,writes,sDr.King's New Discov- of November, in appropriate aserv ls donff splendid work here. It Card Of ThanRs. cured me about five time of terrible cription of praise and thanks to coughs and colds, also my brother of God for the good gifts that have We wish to express our sincere a severe cold in his chest and more thanks to our friends and neighbors than 20 others, who used it on my ad- been our portion and in humble who so kindly aided us in our greatest vce. we nope this great medicine prayer that His great mercies to- grief and sorrow caused by illness nnd u yefcJ?e sId "x ever dru stre m Porto Rico." For throat and lung; death of our dear little daughter, troubles it has no equal. A trial wilt ward us may endure. Respt. Louise. convince you of its merit. COcaix! "In witness whereof I have $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. Loren 0. Phelps. hereunto set my hand and caused Jamestown, Ivy. by Paull Drug Co. "Done at the city of Washington this 7th day of November. in the year of our Lord 1912 and of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and thirty-seventh. ing cough. One of them was in bed, had a high fever and wa s coughing: up blood. Cur doctor gave them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the first dose eased them, and three hot ties cured them," says Mrs. K. A. Donaldson, of Lexington, Mis. For sale by Paull Drug Co. "There could be no better medicine than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My children were all sick with whoop- WILLIAM H. TAFT. - long-establish- ed I 8"6l8"6"S"8$,&"Q"Q"&t"8"Q,SlQ"& Q S5$8"&iS"9"6"3"8m&S"85mS"S AUTUMN 11 F her mother, Sallie Bradshaw. LOUISVILLE Mr. and Mrs. S. X Hancock and Mr. Geonre Hancock made a recent trip to . j Latest Quotations Montieeiio. Mrs. MARKETS' on Live Stock MissBoxie Falkenburg, of James-'- , cattle. town, and Miss Kate Stevenson, of Bowena, recently visited .Miss Mary Shipping steer. Miller. Beef steers Fat heifers and cows Mr. A. B. Feese. who Is one of the .Cutters best farmers in the Cane Valley hnpti dniiferonslv illfnrsevr- - i f.rr. lms Bulb al days. ( $ fr $7.00(5,8.50 5.506.50 4256.00 y.0o4.00 2.U03.00 3.25(514.00 Feeders (nee Miss Blockers Choice milch cows. spend several weeks with her parents, Common to fair cows Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Hurt. HOGS Mrs. W. Woodruff I lays Verna Hurt) arrived last Friday to 4.255.75 3.755.50 35.00-45.00 00 The cool winds are' reminding 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 is heavily stocked with Our ... Rug" ' Suits, Coats, Skirts, Pet ticoats, Sweaters and Bla zer Jackets. We have all the newest Cloth's and Colors and at prices tc suit any Purse. & & & 15.00-35.- & uptodate footwear. Ladies Fine Shoes Mr. C. S. Harris, is pending a few days in Louisville. Mr. I). E. Hatcher, of Glasgow, and his son, Jesse, reached Columbia Saturday, called to see our merchants, and on Sunday, like good citizens that they are, attended religions services. Choice 210 up 8.7o Mediums, 165 to 210 Pigs Roughs SHEEP AND LAMBS 7.65, 6.50! 7.00 SHOE DEPARTMENT VVe Best iambs Culls ., 5.00 G.00 carry strictly 8 Mr. Edwin Hurt, of Lebanon, was Fatsheep here Sunday and Monday. , GRAIN. Hon. J. H. Durham, State Senator Wheat form the Simpson district, was in Co- Corn. lumbia last. Monday. When not repLocal MarKet. resenting his district at Frankfort he travels for a wholesale clothing house. He is a watchful Senator and Eggs. also a very successful salesman. Hens. Judge T. A. Murrell, left for AshHis wife land, Ky., this morning, Chickens and daughter will follow in a few t Cocks days. Mr. Paul Earwood, of Beckley, West Turkeys Virginia, is spending a few days in Geese Columbia. j Ducks Mrs. Tinie Wells, of Russell Springs isited Sirs. J. F. Montgomery several Wool spring clipping. days of last week. Hides (green) Mr. Carson Falkenburg came down with the Jamestywn basket ball team. Feathers To-day. 3.005.00 3.00-4.00 1051 0 24 9 f) 3 12 6 7 21 12 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 of "iSs' tf r Men's fine Shoes in the new shapes. We have the entire ine of "Lion" I C Brand work Shoes for Men and Boys. The best shoe on earth for the price. We make a specialty of School Shoes I Vs. forBoys and girls, the "Red School House" and the God man lines. j 45 5 50 25 5 All Departments in our house are full up. We are showing unusual attractive stocks of Men's Furnishings, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Door Mats, Curtains, Shades, &c. &c. a-ii- Vernon Holt was here from Ginseng Jamestown Saturday. Beeswax Denney, Harlan Shaw, Dr. T. Yellow Root Silas A. Smith, Edgar Reed, W. L. Staples, Edwin Cravens, Ray Flowers and May Apple (per lb) Count Stults went over in an auto and took supper at Campbellsville lasti Sunday. W. Mr Tim B. Cravens spent several Attoiney-Ht-liac- u days of last week in Tompkinsville. Messrs. G. R. Reed and Jo Knifley Will practice Mr. CLOTHING While in New York recently we found a Clothing manufacturer in need of immediate Cash, we had it, and the result is, we are showing the largest stock of strictly ever in this section. "Bench Tailored" Clothing ' . &rW -. H25 Buster Brown.Hosieryi only people in We are-th- e Adair County from Tanner Ottley Courts A Great Building falls man in Nell & Taylor's store. Mrs. r. A. Feese who was.quite sick when its foundation is undermined, health-go- od several days of last week has greatly and if the foundation of digestion is attacked; quick improved- collupse follows. On the first signs Mrs. W. L. Wilson of Cane Valley, of indigestion, Dr. King's New Life spent several days of last week with Pills should be taken to tone theJ her parents. stomach and regulate liver, kidneys Dr" L. C. Nell, is spending a few and bowels. Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25 cents at Paull Drug Co. days in Louisville. spent last Monday night at Knifiey. Q,uy INell, who has been in McTexas, for- - the past two Gregor, months, is now at home and is sales- in all tl-i- e While we are glad Mo have your order for a special "Made to measure" suit, still we believe we can furnish you a suit out of this New York purchase, of better material, better 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. whom you can buy the famous Buster Brown Hosiery, for Men --Women and Children, made in fine Egyption cotton, and si!k Columbia, Ky. s W,e are MakinglSpeciai Prices in Every Department Every Day IS, Russell & Co Q"Q"Q444"fr 0frQ"Q"fr4"Q 4 frQ"QNfrOO"O"fr&0e000$ 6 THE ADAIk COUNTY NEWS Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health "Snore WINNING A BRIDE. fjPcxsx5xsoos As health talks to women become general, both in the newspapers and on the platform, the mass of women are beginning to realize what the more cultivated have always known, that Rood health cannot be found in a powder bor. The externals of health may be obtained in that way, but the basis of health lies deeper, and yet is just as easily obtained. The most important thins that a woman can do for herself, and about "which she is often most neglectful, is to watch the condition of her stomach and bowels. The weary eyes, the bad "breath, the frequent headaches, the pimples, the general air of lassitude is Dine times out of ten the result of constipation or indigestion, or both. Many simple remedies can be obtained, but the best in the estimation of most romen is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is mild, pleasant to the taste and exactly suited to her needs. It is far The Daily Louisville Adair And The County Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wilson for the superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, eta, which are entirely too violent. Women should see to it that they have at least one movement of the NOT HELPED BY HIS FRIENDS. bowels each day, and when showing any tendency to constipation should take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in the small dose prescribed. A brief use of Thav Seemed to Anrea That Ha Would '; It will so train the stomach and bowel muscles that all forms of medicine can Make About the Worst Husband on be dispensed with. These opinions are Record, but Miss Langdon's Father voiced by thousands of women, after personal experience, among them Miss V. Took a Different View. L. Moore, 32 Claiborne St., Nashville. Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. In Harper's Magazine Albert Bige- Anyone wishing to make a trial of this low Paine, the authorized biographer remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one oi .uarK xwam, tens now me great dollar a larpe bottle (family size) can humorist first met Olivia Langdon. have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. who afterward became his wife. They W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St, Young Charles Monticello, 111. Your name and address met In New York. on a postal .card will do. Langdon, who had been on the voyage of the "Innocents," brought them together. "At the old St. Nicholas hotel, which stood on the west side of Broadway between Spring and Broome streets, there were stopping at this time Jervls Langdon, a wealthy coal dealer and mine owner of Elmlra; his son Charles and his daughter, Olivia, whose pic tured face Samuel Clemens had first i seen in the bay of Smyrna one Sep- - S temuer aay. xoung ianguon uuu ueen i especially anxious to bring his dis tinguished Quaker City friend and his own people together, and two days be fore Christmas Samuel Clemens was Invited to dine at the hotel. He went j very willingly. The lovely girl of the j miniature which he had first soon in j J her brother's stateroom had been often j jf a part or his waking dreams. For the first time, now. he looked upon its ' 5; reality. Long afterward he said: " 'It is forty years ago. From that ) day to this she has never been out of ' J my mind.' "His was not an unruffled cnurtshin. wl ? proposing for the daughter of the ;' house neither the daughter nor the Wood-ro- w ' household offered any noticeable en- - ;J V couragement to his suit ''There was only a provisional en- I gageinent at first. Jervis Langdon sup- - . ? gestcd, and Samuel Clemens agreed I Mark Twain's Wooing of Lovely 1 Olivia Langdon. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough ai.d very weak. I had spells when iccuid hardly breathe or speak for 10 to o minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by AL HENRY?WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs.J.E. Cox,Joliet,Ill. AND 50c $1.90 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but yon can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTIT ONE NEC $ YEAR Special Times News J For $1.50 i you will give or send your order to this Attnctin to Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fairprices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or Btock removed from stables. LOCATION-NE- J AR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. 0NBURKSVILLE STREET. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 $2.00 Joseph 3 H. w Stone, Attoney-AMa- Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr Will pradice in this and adjoining counties. : We can give you a combination cut Jamstown, Kentucky - rate on Dailv or Sun. Jay if you will write this paper. wmethlni oniisasnsTeH 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. You will need a Daily paper During the Presid entiai Contes And The Louisville Times will keep you j ! present before the official parental sanction should be Riven. When Mr. Langdon inquired as to the names of persons of standing to whom lie write for credentials. Clemens preti, confidently gave him the name of the Rev. Mr. Stebblugs and others of San Francisco, adding that he might write also to Joe Goodman if he wanted to but that he had lied for Goodman a hundred times and that Goodman wmmmmaaimKmaMMimusmmBmmmammmmmmtnmmamrtmBammmmmaKmmMmmmmiammmmmmmmammammmmmmammtamm would He for him if necessary, so his testimony wrtuld be of no value The . letters to the clergy were written, and Mr. Langdon also wrote one on hi? own account. "Clemens was in Jacksonville. III., at the end of March. 1SW), and in a letter to his publisher states that he will be in Klmira two days later and asks that proofs of the book be sent there, lie arrived according to schedule, anxious to hear the reports that would vSL . make him, as the novels might say. 5E 'the happiest or the most miserable of ' t&l The Adair County and men.' Jervis Langdon had a rathei solemn look when they were alone to 222 of Louisville, The Daily Evening gethcr. Clemens asked: Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO; DOLLARS. 'You've hoard from those gentle men out there " Yos. 'and frm another gentleman ' rSJ if you is as oThis j k ijWhy r :,:TheAdair County News andWeekly (cur-- ; mi Ki I J ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Dggrl iTk 1 Attention! Post This (Courier isS S . Newsoneyear Journa!? HENRY WATTERSO till V I Posted. f1 B t ! jink H All S? m Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscip tion Books very enthusiastic from your mauner.' . " 'Well, yes; some of them were.' "'1 suppose 1 may ask what particu lar form their emotion took':' "Oh. jes; Jes, they agree unanimously that you are a brilliant, able man. a man with a future, and that you would make about tUp worst bus band on record.' "The applicant for favor had a fot , lorn look. ' There's nothing very evasive about ' i that." he said. "There was a period of reflective silence. It was probably no more than t a few seconds, but it seemed longer. " 'Haven't you auy other friend that von suggest? Langdon said. "'Apparently none whose testimonj would be valuable ' "Jervis Langdon held out his hand You have at least one.' he said. 'I be- j know you better than j Hove In you. they do ' "And so eaine the crown of happi ' ness. The engagement of Samuel Langhorne Clemens and Olivia Lewis : Langdon was ratified next day, Feb I i tminfn mt rtt1ll I twr I'.tll f "They don't appear to have beni' if your opportunity want to keen up with the procession. Send name, address and money to Editor. We Canrurnish You The PJews, Columbia, Ky. The Adair Courrfy News and the Weekly ' Courier- - Journai 1 0. G. HARDWICK, Pres J. I'. C0CKF, V. Pres. R.H. S DlETZMAN. i i Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera) combination rate with Daily - W. T. 1 Pyne Mi -- lOPOiV if INCORPORATED 1889- 10. t ! BTABLISHED 1861 - I pmiiWRiGHTs 2. 1SI-J.- " mHCHiiSTS DEALERS IN I ! f Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once A Fortune In His Legs. OUi'iug the reign of (Jueen Elizabeth tin English gentleman of wealth named family new Corbet, of a dlstii.gi'l-lie- d ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS 1301 THIETeeNTii-MI- N. LOUISVILLE i j The ft- - Governmen Shrewsbury, bet that his leg was tho handsomest In the country or kingdom and staked estates worth $400,000 on the subject. He won the wager, and a picture i still preserved In the family mansiou representing the process of measuring the legs of the different con- SMOKESTACKS, Sheet iron and Tank Work I testants. The Milky Way. Grandpa." said the small boy from the city, pointing to a wayside plant t Mi 'WWWB&W f r&&rf7. .. MUUL jrx -- 4 - or Sunday Courier Journal. ComWrite Courier-Journpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the al ) Courier Journal. "There conld be no better medicine than Chamberlain's Cough Renied'. My children were all sick with whooping cough. One of them was in bed, had a high fever and was coughing up blood. Cur doctor gave them Chamberlain's Couglf Eemedy and the first dose eased tliera, and three bot. ties cured them," says Mrs. IL A. Donaldson, of Lexingtou, Miss. jFor sale by Paull Drug Co. Will Not carr' Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year "what Is that?" "That's milkweed." was the reply. "Oh. I know." exclaimed the little fellow. "That's what yon feed to Ore rows so they will give milk." Chicago News. XX - -- - O - ," . r-u-s- - SC- - 'wc-- --- All Kinds ol IVlachinery Repaired We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week .,,., V --? Fine Teachers. Fond Mother - Willie, where did yon learn to swear like that? Young Hbpefol Pa's shaving, nncle's golf, KTwudpa's auto and yonr parrot. Life s i The Adair County News and Daily Courier-Journ- al .. Cuarm strikes the sight, but merit The soul.Al'ope. . tgTBwarawniTtmf-.Triaii.- Ti ? , - T-- . A JtLilk (1 L mm TH ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AN ", 7 jr i???H SHAKESPEARE H AS AN ACTOR. UNPUBLISHED NOVEL i LINCOLN'S MOTHER. fne Family Pedigree of the Hankies and Their Early Deeds. A friena requests me to give for publication, if I can do so, a Sketch of the Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't. keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. Cardui womlnsTomc , Mrs. Grace Former, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. T?s is what she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone nearme. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you surfer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist Write to: Ladies Advisory Dcpt, Chatlanooca Medicine Co., Chattanoosa, Tenn.. book, "Home Treatment for Women." sent tree. J 50 for Special Instructions, and gc s 3K Now is If you the Time ) ft i i I- - a r Some of the Snags He Struck In His The Dreary Plot In Which Monte Carlo Journey Through Life. Buries Its Victims. as ordinary man walked Into a florThe Matilda Betham-Edward- s in as ist's shop and, pointing to a beautiful "In the Heart of the Vosges" her book as advises as flowering plant, asked its price. all visitors to Monte Carlo to go to the Duodeclmum as ed"Thatflorist as nearlyfloriatum?" ask- suicides' cemetery before those other as the ordinary places the as man understood him. "It Is worth a mous. for which Monte Carlo is faas She describes the small inclo-suras dollar." walled in and having a gate of He as fice dropped in at his physician's of- open Ironwork, always locked. as and requested that gentleman to "Here, in close proximity to garden as tell what was the matter with him. rubbish," she says, "broken bottles as "Oh, you've Just got a slight mani- and other refuse rest the suicides of as festation of Nasopharyngeal comblom-merus,-to" Monte Carlo, buried by the parish said, or words the gravedlgger, without funeral and with, as that apparentdoctor effect out any kind religious ceremony. as The qrdinary man stopped to look at Each grave Isof marked by an upas right bit of wood, somewhat larger as an automobile, and the agent said: as "You see, the differential is set at a than that by which gardeners mark as tangent to the assimllator, and that as their seeds, and which is painted a as brings the obloid paralleling chute In number, nothingonmore. Apart from as as diametric connection with the swivcl-In- these are stakes driven Into the ground as nearly as which as narytrunnion," asthe remark. the ordi- spots.. mark as yet unappropriated as man caught The Indescribable dreariness of as The ordinary man consulted his law- the scene is heightened by two monuas yer. mental stones garlanded with, wreaths as "Wo will appeal have the decision as reversed," declaredto the attorney, "ou and surrounded .by flowers. The first as a artias the grounds of lex judicatum nou e records the memory of by youngfellow as san and was raised his posse comitatus." At least that workmen; the second commemorates as as is what the ordinary man gathered. brotherly and sisterly affection. Both as So became so bewildered over as he the suicides were driven to self murder by as way things are told to ordinary people play. as as that he was careless when he crossed "The remainder are mere numbers. and as the street beingwas run down by an au- There are poor gamesters as well as tomobile demonstrated by the rich, and it is only or chiefly the poor agent and was picked up and carried ones who are put into, the ground here. 7K as into the doctor's office and called the The bodies of rich folks' relatives, if si to as lawyergot make his will, and later the identified, are immediately removed. 7K florist an order. as And, to pursue him still further, they Many suicides are buried at Nice and as Mentone. but the larger proportion furas carved on his monument "Requiescat ther off still." IN. as In Pace." Chicago Post. as Paris Postage Stamp Exchange. Standard of Persian Beauty. "A curb market in Paris" was writas as "Great ten picture as girl shall care is taken that the Persian from on a city by postcard received as conform to the recognized Wall street broker. that as standard of beauty, which requires her It showed an open aspace thronged with as to have a cypress waist a full moon men, women and boys, many of whom is face, gazelle eyes and eyebrows that held books and portfolios. A letter by i meet," says a traveler. "Her eyes, the same mail explained that this was as brows and hair must be black as night, the "postage stamp exchange," where as her lips, cheeks and gums as red as dealers and collectors assembled once as blood, her skin and teeth as white as every month "to do business and to as almonds and her back, limbs and fin- regulate prices." "Heretone may tind gers long. If thebe conditions are nat- schoolboys, great lawyers, society woas as urally absent they are supplied as far men, shrewd traders, writers, meras Persian as as possible by art.their eyeswomen are chants and men .of rill professions exalways painted, changing, buying and w with khol and their fingersdarkened and. although there is showing stamps, stained no organization, with henna." Chicago News. all seem to follow unwritten laws, and asasasasasasasasasasas as asasasasasasasasasasasasas the gathering is as interesting to look upon as that stock market in .your city Cannon Ball Trees. One of the most remarkable plants which has no roof over its head." in the world is the cannon ball tree, to New York Tribune. be found in British Guiana The natural height of the tree reaches to Hindu Weddings and Burials. eighty on a hundred feet or even tallThe expenses of a Hindu wedding er. The fruit is a hard globular cap come upon the bride's father, and they sule, seven inches or more in diameter, are so great that a family sometimes is containing numbers of flat circular ruined or impoverished for many years seeds rather larger than a dime. It by the marriage of a daughter. The ROD INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS-PEpound shot, Is "next most costly affair to the Hindu resembles a thirty-tw- o brown In color and very rough is the burial services. Should the head, of the family escape bankruptcy you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long We will save when his daughter is married the eldThat Loaded Revolver. as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights "And you didn't know it was loaded?' est son is almost sure to be ruined and styles of EUwood and Square Mesh Fences. "No, judge, 1 swear 1 didn't" when he buries his father. "But before pointing it at the de58 INCH ceased, Why did you not look into the Bound to Please Her. ' barrel to see whether or not it was "I've tried for ten years to please my S0IHH loaded?' wife," said the married man, "and I've "Why. Judge, that would have been a never yet succeeded." "Impossible!" ejaculated his friend. fool thing to do! It might have esplod 34,nch J,No, I don't think it s," said the td and killed me." Houston Post. married man. "I'm going to shoot as as as as as as as Evidently Was Not a Player of Any Great Power. was probably in 15DS tbat ShakeIt speare first appeared as Adam and as the elder Knowell, and it was probably In 1G02 that be rat personated the ghost, being then thirty-eigyears old, says Brander Matthews In the North American Review. Ho was to remain on the stage ten or twelve years longer, but there is no reason to suppose that the parts he played in later life were any more important We do uot know what characters he undertook in the plays which he wrote after "Hamlet," nor do we know what parts he assumed in the many pieces by "'other authors which made up the repertory of the company. Tbat he continued to act we need not doubt For instance, lie was one of the performers in Ben Jonson's "Sejanus." probably produced in 1005 oi1003. But the absenc0 of specific information on this point s evidence that he did not impress himself upon his contemporaries as an actor of power. As Lewes declared, "The mere fact that we hear nothing of his qualities as an actor implies that there was nothing above the line, nothing memorable to be spoken of." The parts which we believe him to have played did not "demand or admit various excellencies." Shakespeare may have had lofty histrionic ambitions, but probably he was not allowed to gratify his longings, and certainly we have no tradition or hint that he ever failed in what he attempted in the theater. Perhaps we are justified in believing that he had gone on the stage merely as the easiest means of immediately earning his living, that he did not greatly care for acting and that he was satisfied to assume the responsible but subordinate parts for which he was best fitted. 11 ht Burnaby's Handwriting Was So Bad It Could Not Be Read. It was stated at the time of Colonel Burnaby's death that he had left behind him the manuscript of a novel for which there was considerable competition among the publishers. This is quite true. The manuscript, a bulky parcel, was handed to me with discretionary power either to publish it myself or to use it in connection with the proposed biography. Here a singular and. as it finally proved, a fatal obstacle presented Familiar for many years with Burnabys handwriting, I could not after diligent endeavor make out more than a sentence here and there on the crowded page of manuscript Burnaby's writing was. possibly with the exception of Dean Stanley's, the worst I ever saw. It looked as if before sitting down to write a letter he had pulled a twig out of the hedge, mixed a little blacking and then gone ahead. He wrote the whole of his "Ride to Khiva" and his "Ride on Horseback Through Asia Minor" with his own hand. But before they reached the printer they were fairly written out by a copyist The hapless man used to make out as much as he could, then leave blanks for filling up which he had to seek the assistance of the author. Sometimes there were more blanks in a page than words. Despairing of making anything of the manuscript of the novel, it was submitted to a publisher, who turned upon it his most skillful declpherist Neither head nor tail could be made of the manuscript, and the intention of publishing the novel was consequently abandoned. Sir n. W. Lucy in Cornhill Magazine. it-ee- lf. THE THE ORDINARY MAN. CEMETERY OF SUICIDES. want to keep posted dur ing the Presidential Campaign subscribe for the Courier Journal and Adair County News e, g $1.50 lamily of Nancy Hanks, the mother of Abraham Lincoln. She tells me she, has read every history of Abraham, Lincoln and considers it very strange that nothing has ever been written by the historians of the president's mother, except that her name was Nancy Hanks. The historians never made any effort to trace the pedigree of the family. Raymond, in Ills "Life and State 1911 Papers of Abraham Lincoln." declares nothing Is known concerning her ancestry or early life. He merely menBRIGHTER, BETTER, tions that she was a Virginian by birth. The name nnnks Is rare in America, BIGGER THAN EYER yet we have a straighter line on the pedigree of the Hankses than we have THE REGULAR PRICE OF of the Lini'olns. Beyond the grandfather of Abe Lincoln, we know absolutely nothing of The family pedigree. The earliest account we have of the TliE LOUISVILLE TIMES Hankses is their first appearance In Gloucester county. Va.. in 1073. In deed book No G. land grants, page IS A 472, 1073. is recorded the grant of 204 acres to Thomas Hanks. And on page 47G, same year. 1073. is recorded a patent to Thomas Hanks for SOO acres. In If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEi the early colonial history of Virginia a person who paid for the passage of a TO US, YOU CAN GET person who came to settle in Virginia was entitled to a land grant of several hundred acres. This was why he was given a grant of land. The rn ut of 500 acres which is recorded was land ' paid for in cash or tobacco, which was the circulating medium in Virginia. In course of time the family increased and emigrated westward. We next AND hear of them in Orange county, 140 miles west of Gloucester. Among the marriages recorded in Orange courthouse on March 2G, 1S03. is Rodney Hanks, sou of Reuben and Elizabeth. Hanks, to Alice Chandler. But they didn't stop at Orange courthouse. We find a family of them In Rockingham county. Va.. in 1790. and another in BOTH ONE YEAR Shenandoah couuty. In 17S0 Abral n Lincoln, grandfather of President Lincoln, removed to Kentucky from Rocc Ingham county. Va.. and we arc certain that the Hanks family was with the Lincoins during that journey. The THE LOUISVILLE TIMES next account we have of the Hankses is in 1S0G. In that year. In Kentucky, Thomas Lincolu, father of the presi- the best afternoon paper prin-- . dent, married Nancy Hanks. tad anywhere. The nevt account of the Hankses was at the battle of Tippecanoe, in Indiana, Has the best corps of corresNov. 7, 1S11. We fina the names of was Peter and James Hanks. Peter killed. He was a member of Captain pondents. Berry's company of militia from Kentucky. James belonged to a company Covers the Kentucky field perof mounted riflemen and was from Kentucky. They may have been broth- fectly. ers, and if so I am certain they were Covers the general news fiel$ the brothers of Nancy Ilanks. In sis years after the battle of Tippecanoe Thomas Lincoln removed from Ken- completely. tucky to Indiana. Des Moines LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR $5.00 YEAR. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE L0UISVILEE TIMES FOR ONLY $4.50. Has the best and fullest mar Umbrellas and Parasols. kets reports. Fashions change in umbrellas as well as in clothes. We find on visiting the DEMOCRATIC in politics, but London museum that George IV. used to carry a green silk umbrella fringed i fair to everybody. with gold and about twice as large as the umbrella of today. Parasols, too, have diminished in size since tl;ey first came into use. nenri Estienne, writing in 137S, speaks of a parasol as capable generally of sheltering four persons from the sun. And when they diminished in circumference the ma- i Red terial remained of the heaviest Program. velvet parasols, with heavy gold fringes, were carried by ladies of fashProgram of Fifth Sunday ion in the days of Louis XIV. At that time it was possible, when crossing a Ministers meeting to be held bridge in Paris, to hire a parasol at one end and deposit It at the other, the with Fair View Church Nov. charge for the accommodation being i30 and Dec, 1st 1912. a sou. London Chronicle. . cou-tendr- m OneDoIlar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year 'send your subscrip-- ' tion right away I j Louisville Times and News $4.50 Why Madge Declined Tea. Madge, three jears old. is of a positive nature and always ready with independent opinions A woman visiting Madge's home sat next to the little girl at table and offered her a spoouful of her tea. which was declined with an emphatic shake of the head "Take a little." urged the visitor "just a little for your stomach's sake." "I aln'r dot no tummick ache." was Indianapolis the Indignant reply. News. 30. Song service by choir conducted by W. C Shepherd. SATURDAY MORNING NOV. Devotional exercises by Pastorr, District mission work by MVlfL Shepherd, W. A. Breeding and; W. T. Mitchell. Vi' Ought the minister to be com-pensated by D. C. Hopper. " Intermission AFTERNOON SESSION. ELLW00D 26 WRE FENCE R Learned by Experience. "He's the most a refill man I ever knew " "That so?" "Yes. I asked him If he could change a $10 bill the other day. and what do you suppose he did?" "I dou't know." "He made me show the $10 bill before he'd commit himself. Said he'd been touched for So that way before" Detroit Free Press. Her Explanation of It. "What are you laughing at?" "Maud's letter She writes that they had foggy weather all the way across." , r' ' v Music by the-Choi- r, ; Temperance, by Rev. M5 T. Grimes and E. G. Wilson. of the church and pastor by Rev. W. F. J. Wilson. Sunday Morning Dec. 1st 1912 Devotional exercises by M. T. Co-operati- on W?T rJuUP iFrF 77v7aZa7YA Rkl STYLEiKADE W SX'tlEIGrtTS 8IWCHt))yyK.AHAAAXr" qAMMi Drew a Crowd. "1 once woke up, if not to And myself famous,' at least to find myself attracting considerable attention." "How was that?" "I had fallen asleep on a hotel xve randa with my mouth wide open." Washington Herald. ELLWOOD HELD FENCE (STANDARD Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., r 1162East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Naturally. Cholly told me last night tbat I was the hope of his after years and the chance of a lifetime. Delle Good. What happened after tbat? Belle-W- hy, he very naturally embraced the sppnrtunity Philadelphia Record. Belle- - Sure It Vas Safe. "You say that your airship Is absolutely safe," said the Investigator. ''Now, how can you make that statement?" "We haven't been able to get it to leave the ground," replied the Inventor. Cincinnati Enquirer. Defined. "Why did you change physicians?" "I had read all the books the otner doctor had In his waiting room." Louisville Courier-Journal. Grimes. Music by choir. What has Baptist been worth to the "I don'tee anything funny in that" Revs. J. S. Wade' "No. but she adds that the captain Breeding. must have neglected to take out clearValue of Sunday ing papers." Boston Transcript church by Rev. B. F. A Change. Aaron Wilson. NOON. principles world, by and C. F, school to. Vails and " phone bills with." Baltimore "I say, what's call money?" "I guess It's the kind you pay 'teleAmer-cnn. A Midnight Scare. Knicker Did your wfe'hear a burglar in the cellar? Bocker No: she heard a burgiarette in the cellarette. New York Times. Afternoon Session. Music by the choir. Spiritual betterment '' of thev church by Rev. J. R. Grider an& J. M. Williams. Music. W. Be a philosopher, but amid all philosophy bf still a man -- Hume. your S. T. Hopper, W T. Muchell, Adjournmen. A Breeding, ' ) " ' " Committee. ) f 8 Gradyvflle. THE ADAIRICOUNTY NEWS Springs, last Ssturday and Sun- - The election quietly here. J' Our farmers are putting in .. this week gathering corn. : Dr. U. L. Taylor, of Columbia, passed through here one day last week en route for East Fork. Rev, G. W. Panburn filled his regular appointment here last Sunday. Lum Hill has accepted a position in the roller mill at this glace. m Remember that there will be Thanksgiving services at Union church. Rev. Crawford will deEverybody liver the sermon. , -- . day. . passed off very Mr. Esta Hayes and wife, of Taylor county, were "vis Buggies Surreys Runabouts, &g?cB2iagj"Jnfc Birdseye view of our Plant m invited; Mrs, Sarah Flowers of Columbia, in company with her. sister, father, Mr. Peter T. Powell. Mrs. Flowers of Bowling Green, No., 2. spent a few day in this We are having lots of good nitylast week. Messrs. Pickett and Boston, rain this week. o farmers of East Mrs. Ellen Blair is on the sick two Fork, were in our community a list this week. t ;few days ago looking after corn. Misses Essie Triplet and Minwell-to-d- ' iting his father and other rel atives of this place last week. 'Twas a merry Hallow'eenpar-tha- t visited us on last Thursday night. Call on us again. The singing announced for Rev. I. M. Grimsley, at Concord, on last night in view of making up a class, was postponed until a better night. Mr. J. D. Hayes and wife made a visit to see relatives residing at Esto, last Saturday, and returned on'Sunday. Mr. John Dooley, wife and two children, of Bos worth. Mo., have been visiting Mrs. Dooley's Wonderful Sales Of Baggies. v!RmSmPPt1WtiViinmmm r PWMyf Woodson Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A- o Car Load Of Buggies Every w in Dixie" "Largest W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, itenfuckv. ' - " -- -' -- - Incorporated jj Saturday. . Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, ' Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog WHOLESALE Saturday June 22nd. Main Miss Christine Nell was on the nie Kate Tupman were the aick list a few days of last week. guests of Misses Pinkie and There have been several deaths in this community during the past week or so of children, from fever. J. PV Pendleton will ship in a few days a car load or so of hogs 1 to the Louisville market. Mr. W. L. Grady returned a day or so ago from, the Blue Grass section. Mr. Grady is wonderful pleased with the country and the fine horses. Mr. Tim Cravens of Columbia passed through here last Friday n route forTompkinsville where he will spend a few days with :his friends. Messrs. Dan Wilson of Horse Cave, and Dan Hatcher, of Glasgow, two wellknown eling men made our town last week and as ususl our merchants were glad to see them again. Mrs. Mariah Salmon was taken violently ill last Friday, it was thought for a while she would not recover but at. this time we are glad to note, she is improving rapidly. . Beatrice Breeding, last Saturday and Sunday. Nancy L. Hughes is on the sick list this week. Misses Lena and Elna Murrell were visiting Misses Mabel, Irene and Emma Murrell last Saturday night and Sundry. Mrs. S. H. Murrell is better at this writing. Mrs. Lillie Blair is quite sick this week. Miss Eva Murrell was the guest of Miss Pinkie and Be atrice Breeding, last Sunday. Prof. I. M. Grimsley is carrying on a singing school this week Street Greensburg was for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis July Blocked l and are Bargain Days August Clearance Sales in every Department of our Big Store are the order and price Concessions hold sway If in need' of During the day Town Marshall called on to clear the street. r What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality, Styles Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum For present or future use, it will pay you handsomely to look over our large Assortment of special priced Merchandise. Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff Incorporated 522and!524 West Market St. and Easy Riding. Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. at Concord. Obituary. REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy The Adair County News and man, the Mower and Binder man, the Both One Year for $1.50. Gasoline Engine man, the Farm Courier-Journ- al J v U " i our nair Flora, the little five year old .PARTIS, DESSTTISX Oris daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam OVER GEO. WILSON'S STORE V life, E. Estes of Ruby, this county, EUks' ". . V t rnhimhifi died. last night with diptheria. This is the third death in this goods. We hd two of three tobacco GIIOXIS 1. county caused by that disease Mrs. H. B. Ingram and daughter-inSierpicide buyers in this and aSjoining -law, Mrs. P. H. Ingram, this season. Several other cases SAVES TKg PARTING communities last week, looking Business Phoncl 3A place a Residence Phone 133 of diptheria are reported in the visited relatives at this BY CHCCXJKG THE DSPARTiNG after and buying tobacco. There few days of last week. DR. j. N. MURRELL county now. were several crops sold at 6 cents Mr. and Mrs. Garlin Weather-for- d Wateh tSa a It?r th &. preaefclnff News has just reached here OKiectcu The parting baMnm la ufum DENTIST Iper ib, and some offers made for visited relatives at Absher uneven, ir.heauh. The whito strtakti looks trrathially growinx wkier. Yoa my not notice that the dewelling of Will Moore, a few special crops at 7cents per Jay bat vraMh tfca parting from last Saturday night and Sunday? Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g this fromevnta.to amyiuriht r evidence oi what ia month to As a negro who resides in the LupterU; r Vok re yor.r brush or comb. It ia lb. The buyers certainly think Mrs. Ezra Cheatham, of up Stairs. cLwed Titt dead hair end dandruff after every "God in his wisdom has recalled Sparksviile community, together combing. The hair fa gradually dyintr and comprosperity is staring us The bloom his love has given, that ing out sad the streak is becoming daily a littla Cumberland county, and Mrs. Kentucky. wider. dandrufC germ is ao'.ns this and the work oj! we believe it to And though the body moulders here with its contents were burned Robert Young, of Columbia, Columbia, in the face and The destruction cannot be checked until the dandrul? Little Jewel is safe in heaven. this morning. No member of betrue. is eradicated and the crm destroyed. It is a conspent several days of last week dition requiring the prompt and intelligent use ox Tis hard to break the tender cord the family were at home at the Newbro's Herpicidc, if total baldSesa ia to be esvisiting relatives in this section. Office Phone 194 Where love has bound the heart, Home!Phone 53-- 1 caped. The invisible microbic growth never halfcj of the fire and thus its in the hair killing process. In a short time a bare Tis hard so hard to speak the words. time Craycraft. epot is seen at the crown of tho head. Tho hair Mr. Lawrence Bault who was bulbs arc robbed of life and finally there ia ho he!p origin is unknown. There was We must forever part. i butawijr. Don'twait. HerpitidekUtatheperm. DR. T. A. SMITH badly pives life and visor to tho hair and prevents is no insurance of any kind upon thrown from his mule and again we hope to meet Jewel Yet, from departing. i hurt is reported to be better at An absolute guarantee with the one dollar size getting busy When the day of life is fled, : farmers are DENTIST the building. botUe. joy to greet him this writing. gathering corn since the recent And in heaven with tears are Where no farewell shed." Columbia, Kentucky PAULL DRUG CO. j Mr. and Mrs. Delaney Robert- Knlfiey. ifrosts." A Friend. r, son visited relatives at ttiia place Russell BTd'g--2n- d Floor Front Mr. Frank McElroy, of Health of this community is a few days of last week. Li. H Jones m. E. Jones was the guest of Mr. and very good at present. Mrs. J. W. Absher visited her Mrs. W. G. Burress, last Satur& ' Mrs. G. C. Russell and brother, mother, Mrs. A. C. Vheeler one day, night and Sunday. U. P. SJuYlTlK. E. S. Rice, visited Mr. and Mrs. uay mail ween.. Veterinary Surgeon Mrs. Nancy L. Hughes and C, M. Russell last Sunday. Mr. Wheat, the traveling ': We tell von how. and py best market for .. and'Dentlst ''grand son, Baseom Polley, were Ve are dealers: established prices. Taylor medicine man, was in our town 1856: andean do BETTER for vou Mr. Ross Spurting, of in FIRE INSURANCE than agents or commission mervisiting relatives in Russell couSpecial attention 9 years experience. chants. References any bant in Loucounty, visited his sister, Mrs. one day last week. isville. Write for weekly price list and given to Surgical and Dental work. nty the- first of the week. M. SAB EL A. SONS L. R. Chelf , a few days of last Married on the 3rd of this & 33 L Mirkit St. LWBVttlE. Office at residence.near Graded School real;estatc Dealer in FUK5, hides, wool, Mr. W. H. Blair and family week. i month, Mr. Jerry Chelf to Miss building. " ' relatives at Russell Rev; J. R. . Woodrum closed a Myrtle Goode. Visited PH0EN0..7. N. i Will Diddle and Arvest Hill, students of the L, W. T. S. school at Columbia, spent a day or so at their home this week. Mr. King Rodgers, of Keltner, was in our midst one day last. Mr. Rogers says every thing is looking up in his section and ..business is good. Jewel, the little son and only child of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rowe died the 18th, being 1 year 10 months and 8 days old. He was a bright and winsome little boy,- whom every one loved. He was stricken with that dreaded disease, membranous croup, and ail that father, mother, relatives and friends could do was done, but nothing could save him. He has gone to Him Who said; "Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of heaven." We would say to the bereaved father and mother, weep not for him for your loss is his gain, he has gone with Christ to reign. Father, mother, prepare to meet little Jewel in that bright world where no sickness, sorrow nor death shall ever come, and you shall live with him throughout eternity. - Implement man. Herman C Tafel Jobbers and Dealers in WOODSON, GREENSBURG, KY. Dirigo. Electrical Supplies LEWIS .Inside and outside construction material, tpbls. telephone arid farm lighting equipment. Louisville, Ky. 236 W, Jefferson, St. series of meeting at this place last week with two additions to the church. Mr. Omer Goode with W. B. Belknap and Co., visited our town one day last week and sold the merchants a large bill of DENTAL OPIICE Dr. James Triplett Are Yon Parting n-- tr &''Wf&W? !. Iv j' " Nswbro's . fi-- ! J I .. Mont--pelie- vf urnijrvoLi j hirnrea 227-28-- I A Jones ' Jones . . J. . . - KY. . . v - s i "" V '