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Conover Loses His Barn, Alabama .. Fourteen Head of Stock, Corn, Wheat, Etc. Arizona Arkanses California Colorado LOSS FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS. Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia r Iowa 231,S55 Kansas 115.000 consumbed by fire. There were fourKentucky 191,467 teen head of mules and horses, one 60,000 cow and one hog, corn, wheat, hay, Louisiana 50,946 one buggy, farming impldments burn- Maine Maryland 112,122 ed. The loss is estimated to be about Massachusetts 170,995 four thousand dollars, no insurance. '210,099 The fire was first discovered by Mr. Michigan Minnesota 99,375 Conover, but it was in such headway Mississippi 05,000 the barn could not be reached to turn Missouri 351,938 out the stock. 41,920 This fire should be a warning to Montana 109,000 Nebraska persons who do not carry insurance. 8,854 Nevada K. Hampshire 34,804 Don't Let the Light of Your Life 168,000 New Jersey Go out. x hill the county spent five hundred New Mexico 27,000 22,000 15,000 extend to her bereaved family our 1912 Nell Hancock. 0(1 dollars, but since that expenditure it May, G, To Columbia Ligiting New York 048,060 381,500 477,274 sincerest sympathy artel point them, Sam Smith. has been neglected. There are wash- Co. Lights April Don't let the light of your life go out N. Carolina 150,000 50,000 35,000 for comfort and hope, to her God and Creel Beck. ID HI outs, making it almost impassable, j May G, To J. W. Walktc for . Though the flame seems burning low, North Dakota 35,000 27,500 25,000 Father and Savior, the Lord Jesus Stelhi Antle. xnere is a section oi roau in tins im446,700 253,564 312,600 Christ. Mary Winfrey. .rust trim up the wick and add more Ohio crushed rock 15 65 mediate locality that seems to have June 3, To Geo. Coffey servce Oklahoma 120,000 90,000 oil Wallace Coffey. Resolved: That a copy of these Oregon been overlooked entirely by the qver-see- r. 24,480 22,020 22,490 resolutions be spread as Marshal for May And brighter the light will glow. upon the Corine Breeding. 41 75 Pennsylvania 407,447 443, 70S 315,145 minutes of the book of records of the Arthur Bradshaw. June 4, Columbia Lightnng Don't let the light of your life go out Rhode Island 30,299 16,488 27,755 Leaving this locality he went to Go. Allen Eubank. society; a copy be given the bereaved 75 79 When dark clouds obscure the sun, Pellyton, and en route round the best June 3, E. G. hav 4t loals S. Carolina 00,000 1,200 3,000 family and a copy be published in the EIGHTH GRADE They sono will lift and reveal the rift piece of road in the county, showing South Dakota 55,000 00,000 Virginia Coffey. rock Adair County News. 52,9uV Or will pass off one by one. Tennessee 121,000 that the overseer is enterprising. At June 24,Ref und of lus. Licerie 78,500 58,000 Sallie Coffey. Respectfully submitted. Pellyton he found every body deeply Don't let the light of your life go out Texas 220,000 47,500 35,000 X1NTH GRADE to T. A. Murrell twi3 Mrs J. Mont gomery Though afflictions do arise: interested in road building, and ready 35,000 13,000 Utah - Rex Holladay. 40,000 Mrs. B. E. Rowe paid by mistake I OCT Mrs. Z. T. Williams to do their part. On this side of the July 1, Sam Lewis OS loads- - o( There's never a pain that hides no Vermont 15,397 22,323 23,247 Clay Smith. gain river, Little Cake precinct? he found Virginia 78,681 18,070 21,131 Kate Cooper. gravel 27 20 For the man who only tries. Washington the road under charge of Josh Beard, July 1, J. G. Eubank service 94,130 120,205 75,145 The Greensburg Loose Leaf TENTH GRADE in good shape. The road under Jim 72,945 55,114 Ruth Paull. clerk 6 months Don't let the light of your life go out W. Virginia 111,849 i2 5a McQueary he found in excellent con- J uly 1, W. n. Wilson 79 loads Wisconsin 213,500 35,000 173,500 Kate Gill. With its song a minor strain, dition, showing Mr. McQueary to be Wyoming 10,200 3,000 16,000 Smith Gill. gravel Jog it along and the major tone 31 CO A great many farmers of Adair an intelligent workera man who un- JnJy 1, L. C. Winfrey services ELEVENTH GRADE Will blend with the music again. Totals 0,510,829 4,270,892 3,731,0S9 county are interested in the Loose derstands Iioav to use tools and to sse Leonora Lowe. asatty. 6 months 50 0 Don't let the light of your life go out: Debs, Leaf Tobacco House which has been Nellie Tarter. that they are used by men in his jur- July 1, Lights for June Socialist presidential nomi75 92' There's never a cup of rue established at Greensburg, and which ' isdiction. nee, received 748,083 votes, and Cha-fij July 1. Alex Chewning 70 loads . So bitter to sup but in the cup public sale Thursday of The Ladies Missionary Society of He does not know who the overseer had gravel Prohibitionist nominee, received last its first There were buyers present the Methodist church will serve re23 oa week. Is a measure of sweetness too. is on" the next section, on his return July 1, Geo. Coffey services as 282,321 votes in the whole country. from Louisville and from other .points freshments, consisting of cakes, pies, to oiumoia, out ne carefully survey-- 1 Don't let the light of your life go out Wilson's vote in the electoral colmarshal for June 0W in Kentucky, and during the day the hot chocolate, home made candy etc., ed it, and is of the opinion When the tempests do arise. that the Aug. 5, Geo. Coffev servicer as lege is 413: Roosevelt 90, and Taft S. , Just trim up 'the wick and add more Since putting the above in type, house presented a lively scene, bidd at Mr. Geo. E. Wilson's store next overseer is a close relative to Rip Van marshal for July and monspirited. There were Saturday, beginning at 9 o'clock and Winkle, who it will be remembered, oil, California, has dropped in the Wilson ing being ey paid for work ,4t7 buyers for every geade of tobacco, continuing through the day. slept for twenty years, finding upon Aug. 5, Lights for July There's a way for the man who tries. column. 7:.2S hence there is no doubt but there will awaking, that his house and other Aug. ." W. T. Price fee in case Robert Lee Campbell. be demand for every quality of the effects had tumbled down. town of Columbia adsS.D. James Griffin Dead. No Fees for Sheriffs From School weed shipped to thisiouse. From Huberts store to the Green Crenshaw ' Adair, Russell, Taylor, Larue, MetThe Largest Log Known here. Tax. River Bridge the road is almost im- - Aug. s, W. II. Wilsou, plowing calfe and Green counties were all repTho subject of this nitice lived near passable. A little work would do in- IO and scraping on street The largest log that ever went out Suit probably will be instituted resented at the sale, and about 75,000 the Monument, on the Campbellsville calculable good here, and the overseer Aug. 5. Geo. Coffev, salary as of Adair county was hauled to against county Sheriffs who have pounds of tobacco were sold at prices pike, and in Taylor county. The aid should wake up. 11) 0' marshal for August last week by J. N. Atwell, been taking 'fees out o'f school taxes ranging from $3.40 to $10.75. came to his earthly career last WedMr. Coffey's conclusion is this: He Aug. .1, W. II. Wilson Imuling Vester Deal and John Young. The collected by them. Inspectors have This sale demonstrates that at all nesday night, ne was eighty-od- d lounu wnere tne overseers were inter- 22 loads gravel S SI tree was cut on a farm owned by one roported to the Department of Educa- future Sales there will be a full corps years old. and from a youth up had ested in bettering the condition of Sept. 4, Lights for August 57 of the Tupman boys, lying on Green tion that this practice is not uncom- of buyers, including the American been a good citizen, respected by all the highways, men who understand Sent. 2, Jim Snoars lKiulintf river. The cut hauled weighed 2i,0S:. mon and Superintendent Barksdale Tobbacco Comuany, exporters, differ- his neighbors. roau uuiiumg, (inciting, etc., good gravel, plowing ate 11 30 pounds and contained 22.02S feet of The funeral services were held travel is the result. Where the roads ent manufactures and SDeculators. llamlett believes several thousands of lumber. It was hauled by twelve dollars can be recovered for the use of It was freely admitted by tobacco men Thursday afternoon in the presence of have been neglected, they were almost $1066 horsas, hooked to an old Hickory waimpassable. He further states that the State school fund. The sherilT is from Louisville that the Greensburg many friends. UHitiav Y gon bought by Mr. Atwell from the entitled to 10 per cent, of the first market was fully up to that of the He was well known to a great many tl.e trip to the upper end of the coun- April .1, Balance on hand -Buclmnan Lyon Company. Campbells-vill- $.3,000 lie collects and 1 per cent.of Che Falls City; there was no shipping Adair county people. oy iias couvinceu mm tnat tne people May 21, Cash Lfcfmse for India The cut belonged to Mr. Whit- balance; but the Court of Appeals has margin. can have good roads if they want 1U 04 Herbs n ney, the lumber man. hel d that none of this may come oil" them. Good roads enhance the value June 27, Check Rent by J. K A Good Farm for Sale. The crowd who attended the saie t The ream and its load was a great at- the school tax, which must be turned and who were in Greensburg was of homes, heuce every farmer in Adair j esti 15 uti Hindman traction, as it entered Campbellsville in intact, and the Sheriff must take ' county should become interested and j Aug. ! mated at three thousand. 27 071 and aiso to many people wiiile en his fee out of the county 'funds. i will on Monday, the 2nd day of lend Mr. Coffey every assistance possi-- , Sept. 6, Check by Geo Cotfay It is The sales will again open as soon as December, 1912, at the premises, sell s. Chock by Gso. ColTor 75 971 route. ble. reported that in some counties the i there is a general season for stnpp j at public sale, to the best and highest school fund is being made the "goaf" ; ing and handling. S14 0G ' bidder, the land of the late B. E. Russell County Death. Bargain in Millinery. and the Sheriffs are taking all of the; Oct. 1, Account overdrawn 5222.73 Philpott, which lies in Washes Eot-- i first 10 per cent, out of it, the county ' fMggged Train With Shirt Examined and Approved. torn on Cumberland river in Cumber- thereby. My immense stock of ladies and Mr. Joseph W. Jackman, who was fund nrotitinsr Bruce Montgomery. Tearing his shirt from his back an laiuLcounty, Ky., consisting of about childrens i , hats must go by Dec. 25, resevonty-eigh- t years old, died at his All parties owing me accounts will Ohio man flagged a train and saved in 2oo acres of river bottom land in cu- gardless of cost. 1 am prepared to Htte home, near Creelsboro, last ThursPrimary elections to select postmaskindly call and settle early as possible, from a wreck, but II. T.Alston, Ra- -' ltivationis vell watered and well give you the greatest bargains ever ofday. He had been afllicted with dropas 1 have some important obligations leigh, X. C, once prevented a wreck adapted to grain, grass and stock fered in millinery. Call and be con- ters is growing in favor. One has sy for sometime. A few days before with Electric Bitters. "I was in a raising, also about 315 acres of timber vinced ' been called for Marion, Crettanden his death he walked to his barn, and to meet on the first of December. 4(jrrible plight when I began to use land. Terms one-ha"cash and balcounty, to be held in January. Mar-- ! liespt. Mrs. Geo. Staples. while there he made a misstep and them," he writes, "my stomach, head ance in one year. Any one wishing ion is Ollie James' home and it was afc Dr. Woodruff .1. Flower. fell, which hastened his death. uaok and kidneys were all badly affect more information will call on or ,u3 suggestion the call was made. In Glasgow. The famous Newman ' He was buried Friday at the Jack-ma- u ed and my liver was in bad condition write, J. 1. Philpott, Executor. tract of timber on East Fork Creok ' evely town in Kentucky, where there iMrs. Alace Jackman Bead. graveyard, near Denmark. but lour bottles of Electric Bitters A rat, Ky. was this week bought by Lawrence is tiKeiy to ne a not concesr, a. primade me feel like a new man." A Bros., of Tompkinsville. Tlve price mary, would be the most satisfactory Mrs. Alice Jackman. .widpw of the triahwill convince you of their matchThis paper understands, from en-- 1 was not. known. This is said to way to make the selection. It would readers will ijuiij, liii.il many Muuma 111 lu.ui. the late Dr. II. C. Jackman, died in less ineuit for any stomach, liver Or Our we published'remember that last be one ofmademost an item telling the valuable bodies of give all Democrats in the jurisdiction county use only from seventy-fiv- e to an infirmary at Shelbyville, Tnd., last kidney tronble. Price r0 cents at week an opportunity to say Myers, of Greens- - fine timber in the section. The pur- of the post-offc- e how Miss Glads one hundred pounds of fertilizer to Monday. The remains were expected Paull Drug Co. who they wanted, and when over I burg, Pa., had accidentally shot, and chasers are already erecting a large the acre for corn. A few nights ago here last night, en route for her home, j killed her mother, supposing her to be mill on the tract and will begin put there would b io room for kicking we overheard some farmers, at the Creelsboro. Fhe deceased was a Mr Geo. E. Wilson, who was in a robber. The young lady and her ting the timber on the market at an and it would also relieve the Congress nancock Hotel, who live in Western daughter of Berryman Holt, deceased, man. .. Kentucky, diactiasing corn growing and was a first cousin of Mis. J. !'. Louisvilielast week, brings a favorable mother were en route to a city to pur- early date- - El.y Mitchell, of tlfisi' report concering the condition of Mr. chase, the former's wedding outfit, and place, has bought aline body of timber telling how many barrels were grown, Montgomery, this place, Mrs. Jack-ma- n Died Near Cane Valley. to the acre in their section, which was liad been in the sanitarium about L. E Young, the Jeweler of this place the mother was killed just as she was from the Turk Bros., of Metcalfe conn-- 1 who underwent an operation at St. getting into the berth occupied by ty, and will market it. fully double the yield here. "How is one week before the end came. Josephs' Infirmary two weeks ago. the daughter Since the publication it done?'' some one asked. "By using Mrs. Rosie Van Hoy. the wife of The members of the girls' literary j Mr. Wilson called to see Mr. Young, of the sad accident we learn that the fertilizers.' Our farmers in Western Hoy, died near Cane A'al-le- y Prof. Moss informs the Xews that finding him very cheerful did not! young ladies a lllanced is a nephew of societies of the Lindsaj'-Wilso- n i Mr. Ed Van Train- Kentucky use two hundred pounds to the attendance at the Lindsey-Wilso- n last Saturday morning. She "was rthe acre, and if it was done4iere you ing School entertained in the dining seem to be suffering in the least. The Rev J.NR. Crawford, of this place. this year has been very gratifying.and years old, and was cfnfnc thnh tit hall of the dormitory Friday evening about twenty-eigh- t ' '"" J1 would see a great difference in the that the management is assured of L?"' "' ioin nnirn ...:,"" Miss Mabel Atkins entertained a with a "Tacky party." The hall was a daughter of Mr. Ed Squires, who u. itsw win imvu luuuitiis production. pupils by the scote after Christmas. proper use of Idsmi. j.uuijlj will walk beautifully decorated with orange and limbs, and many years ago. Hej. mother, Arrangements have been made to take straight. This will be gratifying party of young people last Friday white and many evergreens and the died of Miss Laura Hotf night, in honor Miss Ethel Jackman, daughter of care of all who, desire to board at who was Miss Ellen Murrell, is also Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackman, former the dormotories, and there will be news to j Mr Young's relatives and lard, of Gussellville, and Miss Molhe effect was very artistic but the costu- dead. She was a young woman who '.killing.'4. A delightful Flowets,- - Gradvville. Refreshments mes-were residents of Columbia, was recently teachers sufficient to keep all the pupils friends in Adair county. ' had many friends in the neighborwere served and a most enjoyable j salad course was served and the evenmarried near Tampa, Fla., to F. G. busy with their books. The health i , ing was made delightful with music hood. Her illness was of long dura Sanford. Th9 paper from which this of theschool has been unusually good. A few days ago, friends and neigh- evening spent. . and interesting contests. tion, being afflicted with pulmonary- notice is made states that both the bors of Mr. I. C. Thomas, Font Hill, We are requested by the postmaster trouble. bride and groom are popular young Is your husband cross? An irrita- gathered and gave him a birthday For Sale people of Tampa. being his seventieth birth- at this place, Mr. W. A. Coffey, to ble, fault finding disposition is often dinner, it in has been Rev. J. R. Crawford will preaah ab Inatn q A tonrrlarad cfrrnnirli A man day. The occasion was highly en- state that tlere departure no changebeMy farm of 121 acres, good land, 1 of mails e a three year old mare, blem.jw the arrival and joyable. His friends trust that he Ihav digesUols nearly always the Presbyterian church next SunoSj mJUeWest of Gadberry on . . Columbia Ished, works and drives well, perfectly i , rnK iuiuij uu.o may live to see many more birthdays. tween mail shouldand Campbellsville. Fork. For particulars address,Pettit's night. He will also- - Teach thfc tt- IBUV jJUUU liaUUlCU. arrive earlier than i If the safe. Will exchange her for pork or been permanently cured of stomach 1.. J. Gabbert,, Thanksgiving sermon at b'uion Thurso ' schedule time it will be promptly Paul Crenshaw, will sell. Next Monday will be county,! court, the trouble by taking Chamberlain's ' ; opened. , Jmo1-Columbia, Ivy. Gadberry Ivy. day 6f this week. . the last for 1912. Tablets. For sale by ' ! ( n, 1 Last Sunday morning, aboufc 2 o'clock, the large stock barn, owned by Mr. John X. Conover, who lives a short distance from Columbia, was Idaho Illinois IndiOna 08.500 16,405 92,200 332,045 105,000 73,601 21,000 3S,000 102,405 28,000 400,387 232000 firsTgradk Report of Jno. W. Flowers,Treaser-e- r Whereas, in the death of our sister, Mr. J. N. Coffey, County Road Enof the Town of Columbia, ot The Honor Roll for the first grade gineer, has just returned from CaMrs. Sallie Reed, the Aid Society of 8,350 the Christian Church, has lost a faith- did not appear in list for second school 16,000 amount of funis on hand and belong-sey's Creek and Pclleyton. His object 4,755 ful member. 11,335 month. For this reason some names in visiting these localities was to look ing to said town and amounts received, 37,550 30.400 Whereas: The church has lost a will appear twice. after the public road conditions. and paid out ipon orders issued by 332,345 3,085 loyal devoted member, who was always SECOXD 3IONT1I Starting from Columbia he found the Board of Trustees of said town, from 78,000 75,000 in her place at the prayer-meetinVirgie nawkins. road only passible until lie reached tho April 1st, 1912, b Oct. 1, 1912. 33,440 07,258 and all church services, whenever able Nancy Miller. CI EDITS. section over which Mr. Hardin Cun-di13,000 12,000 to attend such services. 1912 Nell Smith. is the Overseer. Mr. Coffey states 7,000 8,000 Perry Summers. S 75 82 Whereas: ITer family has given up that Mr. Cundiff has the road .under April 1, Light fo March 28,752 9,970 a loving wife, mother, daugher and Tram) Moxr-his charge in fine "shape. The next April 1, Work m assessors 38,000 43.000 aister, in which relations she was faith Mary Bell. book J. G. Eubank LOG section of road after leaving Mr. Cun451,381 266,120 ful until death. April l, L.C. Winfrey typeMargret Patteson. diff took him to the Plum Point, 145,000 132,000 writing 9 pages ordinances' Nell Smith. 90t- Be it resolved, that the Aid Society Bridge, and is in fairly good condition, 210,831 155,748 recognize April I, Geo. Cofia?, .salary for Helen Strange. her faithfulness and readibut not so well worked and looked af103,000 00,000 ness to answer the call to enter eterniVirgie Hawkins. March and taonev mid . ter as that under Mr. Cundiff. t 93,030 93,13S ty, because of preparation she had work Willard Browning. i 45 After crossing the Watson Bridge, April 13,750 4,000 made in health and strenght for such Owen Davis. l, J.Will Walter --" loads he found a section of road in very bad 48,3S7 2G,504 a moment; having lived an earnest rock Allen Frankuin. :52 9G condition. Tiie overseer, does not! April 57,079 54,043 christian life in her daily atrairs. Perry Summers. 1. TO K. (r.SllVv 71. lnirl know who he is, seems to have beon 140,152 133,255 of rock, cleaning n and FOURTH OUADE Be it also resolved: That while we resting on his hoe. ' 250,000 190,000 miss her in our gatherings of the 2 loads dirts Estelle Denny. 90 65-The next piece of road was that un- May G, to Junius Picfcitt.work 118,805 01,894 society and Elmer Moss. . the services of God's i der charge of Mr. Tom McDcrmont. 5,000 3,000 house, we sorrow not as those who i Eva Walker. on culvert leadingto 1. W. He found this piece in fine condition, 145.2SS 215,986 have no hope and in love we bow unto j Nellie Simms. T. S. the overseer evidently being interest- - j May (J, To Geo. Coffey .eriees 22,610 27,700 the Heavenly Father, who has taken! Francis Strange. ed in bettering the condition of our 7,400 58,000 her to Himself, who doeth all things' Edith Cooper. month of April audmoney public highways. Ill l 0,112 t paid out for work 3,705 wen; iiuu .1... we buy mi ii. FIFTH GRADE xny win uv 41 S uiiiu Leaving Mr. McDermout he went to j May e, To J.G. Eubank prepar 19,812 33,105 done. Martha Grissom. Pellyton via Dunbar hill. On this 133,00j 110,000 ing tax receipt booc for Be it furthea resolved; That we Ctho Miller. gs ff v Camp-bellsvil- le , ! .' J J e. i J well-know- I j I ! ' I I t i lf I . j ! ciifi-cnn- r"' tn i PauU-DrugCo- v - S V ;2 ft' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Ono. ' Dirigo. her house since Yam Sims has JOY OF CREATING. farming scientifically, but they ROUND THE GLOBE begun to ride past there so often are far behind several of the old Put Your Heart In Your Work, No Joe Stotts bought one mare on a mule. Matter What It May Be. countries mainly because they The vicinity are very busy at "While every man who makes a living dolDock Hocks' whose- - barber Scotland tins over 100.000 paupers. present gathering corn. Corn is take more from the soil than from H. F. Gaston for fifty Is not a genius, yet the real joy of they put back ; They are rob- lars. chair has been located under the Cannibuli.Mii exists in Sierra Leone.in creating can belong to each of usi somewhat lighter than usual, but The United States leads the world just as real and true a way. If we put Mose Wooten bought fifty hogs sycamore tree in front of his coal production. Into farming or banking or our sch have a fine mast crop. bers of the soil. The population we has in- from different parties at 6 and blacksmith shop, will move his London milliners are using seaweed work the sense of making sometb" Wheat is beginning to show very of the United States for hat trimming. we get the great treasure out of U creased 21 per cent, in the last 7 cents. chair inside for the winter where Paris reports rents rising rapidly When we fill any task with oursehe nicely. we make something. ten years and the grain increase An infant child of Mr. and he will continue to shave and cut Same case iu Madrid. A protracted meeting was "held A girl says, "I made the room tidy." London has The Chinese legation of the nation has been only 17 Mrs. W. J. Bean has been very hair with neatness and dispatch discarded the "pigtail." in which simply means she put somethii at Perry ville Church by Rev. H. surplus of sick for the past few days. United States mines Inst year yielded of herself into the disorderly room and while his customers wait. pro- per cent., hence the C. Wilson. Twenty-seve- n so beautified it After she had made ?2,700 worth of diamonds. the nation is growing less from J. C. Royse sold two head of There are two ways of bringit reflected something of her In two years 12,000 elephants have it tidy looked some Idea of order sue ' fessed Christ. self; it year to year, and this is true of cattle to H. F. Gaston for $50. ing sunshine into a home: Culti- been killed in central Africa. as she had in her own mind. A lx. ' A series or meetings are being many The Brazilians make beautiful lacej says, "1 made a good recitation i vate pleasantry, and wash the from the fiber of the banana. of the other crops of the J. M. Campbell sold a yoke of held by Revs. Hughes and Wilson school yesterday," and he is right, for. nation. Countries whose soil work cattle to Jo. Smith for $75. windows. Witiiin Chicago city limits there re although the lesson was already then with about 19 professions so far. 2,(500 miles of railroad tracks. for him it had to has been cultivated for a thousLittle Fidity Flinders has been There are 722,333 hard and .soEt and make wait recitation. to come aloi : C. Royse bought twenty two it a The saw mill at this place, is and years produce larger and J. Making notSo it is everywhere. hogs from J. R. Gaston for $48. j kept busy this winter cracking coal miners in the United States. doing good, business. There is better-cropConstantinople, Uie capital of Tur hing means, no matter how shni ' than in the United matches with a hammer. the task, that we bring out someth. key, has a population of more than already about 100,000 feet of States because of their better John Janes bought a cow from thut did not exist before and t Yam Sims has a new suit ofi million. lumber saved, and more logs on system of farming. More atten- W. A. Janes for $20. that something is to some degree Porto IMco's commerce is now 592. ' wh the niakfr J. C. Royse bought a young clothes. They are too nice to 500.000 a year, Ave times as much .is ' we put in. ofIf it. We get ont to the yard yuan ever before. any one wants tion mnst be paid to soil building wear every day or even on Sun-- 1 in 1001. miserable the surest way is ju&t t. The Children's Day at Jabez, more people must sow grass and mare from Ben White for $140. to hold New day and he may save them to great Orleans is planning Panama enj things without putting his whole he fair to celebrate the on last Smday, was attended by rotate their crops. More people ' Ifc nas been reported that there and self into them. Think of the n . ' nal opening. be buried in. outside of the tasks and they are n ' ' a large number of people, and must then turn their attention to' is quite a lot beech mast in this An International exposition of liorti ' The Dog Hill preacher will take culture will be held at St. Peterhburi. worth doing. But once put you e the besy order prevailed. into them and all that is changed. cattle, truck and poultry raising. community this season and so1 as his text Sunday: Let there; next spring. St. Nicholas. Our school teacher observed Farms needjho be cleaned up and some people, especially outsiders Be Light' and Raz Barlow One effect has has been a of the Chinesein revolution art ami Arbor ay with the usual plant- - put into a thriving and paying have almost gone wild about it, been appointed a committee to amusements. renaissance A LEGAL LEGEND. and over a thousand hogs from ing o trees on the school condition. Farmers must wake Buffalo refuses permission for confill up the lamp. of struction of burial vaults outside regu The Tale an a Telling Comparison In been grounds, teacher and pupils en- up and get books and papers different sections have Oriental Court. Poke Eazley, while on his way iar cemeteries. "When as lie driven in here. One party had hrm f joying the day very much. upon farming and learn to farm oo;o. The price of pearls is shortly to ad was one day travelingwas poor, wears o fo across a "auu .vawi&, vam.e 25 per cent Poor pearl fisheries uvU, iiwm " plaiu, he came to the house of t! inderstand that the shoe profitably. Many oi our farm- a drove of about three hundred lnfp rhp nrripr niahr was nnrsnori returns this ve.ir. .als ""or, but drunfner, Mr. Lowe, has invited ers have yet to learn that they and was this week served with a for some distance along r.,wl Professor ii. J. Kosermu oi Uarvaru l wav, 'Jm- "" made known lus Hunger u infillltil, mmlrsfc. Is .ud by our nerchants to join him on an do not know how to farm, make notice to remove them at once on Ridgeby some strange animal , the U of m. ffle, r" excursion trip to Nashville, and money and at the same time penalty of a damage suit if he and took refuge in a persimmon ' . ... b Ln.er. , failed. It created some littie stir build up their soil. that they have heartily accepted. as i, meadow ur. tree where he stayed until day-- , seed for but the hogs disappeared just .. reuer uivera are trying ,v,,w yMnh tn cnf him for fh, break after climbing the tree the VVA in tianenrn o 10 In 1 TOO mj frhf ' irm products seem to hold cnnl u w W the same. Since this took place ti.J oo ajimu. "" n& " bof lin "" aw "tsv rf9c AlAnn rcr ther high prices regardless of excitement threw him into a Chill Zuydor Zee on the frigate Lutine. they would have become two chickens. Porto Rico's New Wonder. has been rumored that others elewhlch in t,mc W0UI(1 havc so th election of Woodrow Wilson. .From far away Porto Rico come re- it and when he got through shaking m;Xy Suction schools for Vum in agncuirart. that the lvho,(. fortune oC would be required to remove there wasn't a persimmon left on uorueuiiuie, iuur. .uiu uuujms. w, kimeon foppiewell is in port of a wonderfull new discovery ir. f f f. The salt deposits of the United States (he case cune to j tho ricll man Wrts that is believed will vastly benefit the their hogs, and if they should be the tree. vry feeble health, and has been people. Eamon T. Marcean, of are ample enough to supply' the uu- - not courr it might work a hardship on Club Hancock who has been tion's demands for many years to come, j Xew Discovsome time. ,ne defenllnnt not nercT- - de someone. Bnt from the observaChocolate, desiccated eggs and sugar mnntieci the judge, ery is doing splendid work here. It Mr. Lonzo Popplewell, a son of cured me about live time of terrible tion of your reporter the amount trying to join the Dog Hill church make up more than SO per cent of the j Mv lor(I sad counj,ej for tue tle for some season or other for United States army's new emergency fenset ..uc ls goIie to sow boiied bean." C. Popplewell, cut his great coughs and colds, also my brother of mast in the woods has been of ration. Bojied a severe cold in his chest and more several weeks, will be voted on Femaie school physicians have re- - "Boiled beans:-- my lord." joe off with an ax, but is slowly beans, I do not believe than 20 others, who used it on my ad' by the congregation next Sunday. cently been appointed In 'is be mad:" recovering. vice. We hope this great medicine that there is one tenth the cities Munich, Nuremberg, Colinar aud ae jj, very sise, my lord. Surely if While his politics differ from Hochst will yet be sold in every drag store in uard boiled eggs can be hatched boilWJ Mrs. Caroline Popplewell, wife Porto Rico." For throat and lung amount that some people claim that of the congregation, he may Electrical apparatus which accurate- beans will grow." of Mason Popplewell, haa been troubles it has no equal. A trial will there is. ly determines the range and tone of ' The suit was promptly dismissed be taken in. you of its merit. 50c and human voices has beeu invented by a , Mith costs to the plaintiff. Peaisou in very bad health for some time, convince Several of the men of this eom- ' $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed The Wild Onion school teacher German woman of Glasgow after Weekly. and is no better at present. James Stewart munity met at the home of Mrs. by Iauli Drug Co. A Wonderful Escape. has had a patch of multiplying three years In Africa expresses the We are expecting a series of Marian Norris last Tuesday and Fieschi tried to assassinate K'ns. belief that mmiy natives speak the Ian onions planted near the school gunge of the monkeys. Louis I'hilippe of France In July. 1S.." meetings to begin at Square Oak cuc wooa Ior ner- iney cutai- - house. Sheriffs Must Give up Money. The king was riding along the llnc" r Some of the trustees are Indianapolis men have pledged church about the 4th Sunday. most enough to run her the re- toward the proposed $10,000,000 the national guard in the Boulevard d wondering if they are to be used automobile hi:: b way between Xew Temple. There came a crash and Boys and girls are having a imainder of the winter. Now rush of bullets. Loufe Philippe's . . York and San Trancisco. insti-- ! wnen some of the other neigh-tute- d by the arithmetic class. jolly time gathering nuts of- - all Actions probably w ill be was grazed, his horse was shot in r Australia hns established a traininir against county sheriffs , hors who have teams iro in and The column Of the Tickville! school for buys who wish to become neck. Marsha! Morlier fell dead .t kinds, of which there are an ' expert fanners, but who lack the about thirteen otner people were ku . tQQu .. j wno inave ioeen x.iv lees out, haul the wood to her woodhouse T;mr, locf "cc ,ttS "CiC finri meansto obtHin liroper instruction. caKing """ and thirty wounded. Fieschi had t. abundance. i. m03tIy With pIate matter and! Liverpool i recovering the large tint the nior Hours of a house svw Of School taxes collected by at least one widow Will be parti- -' weeks, before and there rigged u? A Great Building Falls ' patent medicin adds nothing J siTme bwause of fnif oaken frame fowr feet by three fe r them. Inspectors have reported any provided for the winter. when its foundation is undermined to inches. supiMirteil on four poste f of anv importance happened in ficient dock and warehouse facilities the Department of Education . We are glad to note that Hadisj and if the foundation of health and itself vpiortiug twety-tiv- r i It is estimatei tuat iretiermeni the United States last week. good digestion is attacked: quick that this practice is not uncom- - ' Harvey narrels tixed in grooves at t.r 2.2r0.0(i0 miles of roads in th the who has been sick for angto to collupse follows. On the iirsl signs m0n and Superintendent Barks- - the past two or three months, is .Slim Pickens holds the Cham- - United State will cost 322,500,000.M. tweuty-livteet iu legth Hd ten of indigestion, l)v. King's New Life and to keep them in good shape $1.12r. non ne nrou ie xr.n. ueignt. PonsmP around Hogwallow for 000,000 yearly will be needed. Pills should be taken to tone the dale Hamlett said he believed again able to be out. He will powiier uini i l"ef According to a Chicago statistician stomach and regulate liver, kidneys 'several thousands of dollars can leffL team again aoout tnei cracking hickory nuts with his 03 per cent of the children of tlmr eit would nave ueeu khhmi ii loitr lm. , and bowels. Pleasant, easy, safe and U be recovered for the use of the ' firsfc of nexfc week and wej teeth. He places the nut m his aittend day school, while only M per had nut bart and to mbscd 8re only 25 cents ai Paull Drug Co. O scuooi J xiieaiiwiu U1 mouth, puts a large weight on cent fattend anv offcunuay nttftnd am ouue acuuw imiu. mi 1, ttv Sorrows of Authorship. the assertion that t thes nnlv r"rl "Parailh' j,X" brought Milton n hpad- - and pulls right hard jarj.. is entitled to ten percent of the other felow wiH deliver more!his A Tribute. ' a JWlHJ aiHMii vt ii mvutDeposit in savhigs banks iuMtiv first $5,000 he collects and four eggs or chickens at Columbia against a sapling. IIawt)nie for twenty 3'ears country reached a total of U.,4tiitiiHl to be. to use his own won C Ijui cent ut uie Unnn. out liic f,an Mr Harvey. Atlas Peck witnessed part of! r09 in 1911, the latest year for which "the uaiunue, Mrs. Manerva Woodrum 73 ob'iut miin of letter-figures are available, compared with Court of Appeals has held that a play the other night at the $2,G30,10MSG in 1002, an increase of t;. , iH..rl-- " 'l'lurf , is ut,t much m.'i' years old .j., ac ano Nov., 18 1912, mv WM, Egg Production. none of this may come out of , tlBM. Tickville Opera House. Between ier cent born 1839, joined the Christian Birniinsh-ini- . KnghuiU. lias a new e.a: ' an the school tax, which must be' the third and fourth acts two style of ir. living apparatus for tlu A Tluirear. i epksioterestlg Week "A of church in 1S58, in which she tbonsuml Produce the infertile egg. Entrapped persons tin- CoHcord neA Murriinae Kivt turned in intact, and the sheriff mohths was to elapse and Atlas lire depart lived a consistent Christian life, are renieu w a cage which is raKl were printed. IkiI very few of tlu Infertile eggs are produced by did not have time to wait. must take his fees out of the and lowered 10 the windows of the were aoki. au1 a nir . always mild, cheerful and patient burning building. county fund. It is reported that hens having no male birds with were given awny by the author. rl even to death, married Samuel Log Cabin Memorial. The si.v new torpedo boat destroyers remainder were return! to him .' in some counties the school fund them. authorized at the lust session of 0011 were stored in nl attie. He gr Woodrum August 29, 1861, to gross have I been assigned by the navy observed. "1 have ww a libra r in being made that "goat" andi Removing the male bird has which union ten children were ,, . , department the following names: Eric- - JX10 voluih. th tfivatrr portI .u The Harrodsburg Historical .,,u n ,i tne sneriiTS are taKing an oi uie iu muiience uu cue auiuua ,ui son. dishing. Winslow, Nicholson. which I in.Hf have written." born, who. with ner husband, ' -,. 4fr Society, of Harrodsburg, Ky. , O'Brien and TUcDougul York Tress. lir&U LtJIl PCI CCIll UUlr Ui 11, LUC CggJ still survive her. She was lovThe Balkan powers are nlnnniiu. " last week began the preliminary g county fund profiting thereby. The hen's greatest Railway Station Library. united states if they win. It Is their ing as a wife and mother, and to erecting a Memorial sole safeguard against having tle In the refreshment room of a period is the first and work SCHOOL PROBLEM. railway station the trau ' kind to f.very one. fruits of their victory taken away second years, and unless a hen is Cabin to Abraham Lincoln on from them. I'orhans self interest will may see a small rncK or dooks. 1. The Department of Educa tion She was laid to rest in the yet solve the Balkan problem In this i; sulliciently curious to look he an exceptionally good breeder Old Fort Hill near the town. discover from a written label tha t 'the Merrimac cemetery till the also is trying to solve the pro- she should be disposed of at the The logs from the old cabin in sensibleofmanner. " One the strangest effects of the books are the property of the blem raised by the relation be- ' .last trumpet shall sound. which Thomas Lincoln and wife, persistent cold weather In Europe !ai of the town, who places them ar tl end of her second laying season . that in some parts oi disposal of any passenger whoour dear loving grand- - tween denominations, schools For the parents of Abraham Lincoln, summer wasswallows departed about to take a volume away, the only and before starting to molt. France the sha11 return 'i vrtfVioi- - wo psirmnf. Vifln hut weGD. nnri nnhlm schools in the moun- -' first began housekeeping are to the middle of August, leaving behind ' lltloD buin" thnt I,e on 7 volume to its piace uis recurp If P03sible mark e pu"ets be used for the building them nests full of young ones, jus post Her sweet, pure life has fled and, tains. Schools there, supported and it hatched, which soon died. It to the, vicar. fre.j that lay in the fall, and use them willbe constructed similar to the left us, but her dear, sweet by benevolent associations American fashions seem to have behomeiquently are given thecommon in the breeding pen f or tbe fol old fort that stood on the hill. come suddenly popular .in Servla. With Magistrate (toHis Part. I undersi j memory will linger in our witness) year one frequently in The house will be a museum of kppsthe last half men aud more par that yon overheard the quarrel sleeping school fund to aid in their sup- - lowing spnng foreyer. Her body lies in Kelirrade tween and his wl their hair Witness the defendant Magistrate 'J.VP isLnrt- While it is acknowledged . Soft shelled eggs are often historical records and articles ticularly young meu-w- ith 5Tes. hpneath the sod, but alas! she sir. shion. while their cut in Au,tri'au court, if you can. only asleep in Jesus that in many instances the com-- caused by fowls being confined, and when finished will be a! otlies bear umuStakable signs of tin- thebe doing. Witness what he seemed not dead to lie seemed to becoming overfat, and- from quaint building. The logs thatf local tailor's effort to Imitate American be doin' the listenin. with saints and the angels in the mnnitv has better schools there are being used were taken from styles. . , lack of mineral matter. . .. of the blest. land Were It not for the travel and resi by, some inction nas arisen ana the cabin which formerly stood dent forelgu population attracted by Wife Tom. Pretty Bad. wouldn't pla. " I wish you A Grandaughter. in Washington county and they religious Interest and the extensive poker. I don't even like the name of Hogwallow. Superintendent Hamlett is of are all in an excellent state of charitable and other contributions the game. Hub Why not? Wife It which flow to It from all over the suggests "playing with fire." Boston y:i'. the opinion it is time for the Soil Salvation. preservation. The building will world Jerusalem, with a population o' Transcript. A communities to begin to assume The widow who lives over in be finished and ready for visitors 80,000, would be of very small Impor tance commercially. Fully It Is easy to learn something about rjijjg American farmers are be their own responsibility for the the Calf Ribs neighborhood has next Spring. LaRue County Jts population consists of nonpro everything, but difficult to learn every put-uducers who are supported from abroad thing about anything. Emmons. a hitching post in front of Herald. ginning to think that they are public schools. I f -- s J i j I J . ; i ! I I . ! ) ( -- ! j j ! j t ! Abd-el-Hak- k j : - M t A- - Vft & J i. w SSJtSStSi iiwu - i m ; I I I - , .- j ..- ! " - over-estimate- d. four-Germa- n j - j I i j i ; j $200.-00- 0 i ; ! I I j i i i , J I -- i ! j j . Jon -- j ' i ' y ! , t " i I , i - ) firpf-fifi- h; ! j i . - ; I .!. - , a n ! to-da- y, ; , j ( j t- j - i cons-JdcrxUl- u ; , . j a.,. u,,im ''" , profit-producin- ' 1 t - . ! 1 ' ! i J . - j - - - -- two-third-- of rJT -i- K" rl. f Z.&4lii Sk D -- s A, "T?-''i- , 1 "J. " - "TT rV &.-.VtrF- Ni&t 3 b. COUNTY NEWS ' , HOW MIDWAY . PASTOR RUSSELL IS CHALLENGED EDUCATION AND SUCCESS The THE GILA MONSTER. GAME TO LIFE $20,000 Investment Boys and Girls. on Its A Complete Answer to the Query, "Who Ordained Him?" Farmer 'is Essential to the Latter. The Whole Subject Clarified For the Clergy and Laity Public Benefit Unscriptural Terms. Albany, Nov. 17. IN MODERN SGHO0LH0USE. CATTLE AND THE CHILDREN. r If Two Year and Four Year Old Steers ways, Pastor Rns-sel- l Won't Thrive In Same Feed Lot Why got the crowd, Should Children of All Ages Study today. We report Together? his discourse on Many rural communities feel thai OrdiMinisterial "Johnny, he ain't takin' no Interest in any building and any grounds will dt and Titles his school. I've got a mighty good nonation for school purposes. These communi Very evidently it tion to let him quit an' go to work on ties have never thought definitely how is a reply to an atfar they have progressed in so man; tack recently made the farm." ; "How long has he been hi school?" other lines. The average man will s:i upon him by a Mr. "Oh, he's been off and on about si. "when you press him for a reason f W. T. Ellis, field the poor school equipment in his neigh (PASTQeUSSELUJ editor of The Cutt years, I reckon. He's just finished his orhood, "Well, that school was gor i' tlncnt, and alias Fourth Reader, so he's got enough enough for me, an' I reckon it's goo, the "Religious Eambler." Ellis claim-- , schoolin' to use on a farm. He's got ' enough for my children." His ovr that Pastor Russell's ordination as Pas more than my gran'daddy had in his home, his fanning implements, h' tor is fraudulent. The address shows day, an' you know he died worth about ,. i that Pastor Russell fully understands $30,000. the chicken's breastbone had been bm The Small Sheep Flock. "Tell me something about your grand the situation. lie fully justified his po Sheep raising on a small scale is alsition before his vast audience and father." most universally profitable on almost "Well, you eee, he come over the recovered, the hone knitting and the every farm, showed up the "Rambler" editor in wound healing with no symptoms of but when more than a the unenviable light of either being mountains when this here vjas all Vir poisoning. small flock is kept quite a different ignorant of the subjects discussed, oi ginia, an' he took some land an began It Is very probable that the reputa- proposition is involved, says progresHis to clear It up an' farm it, an' he" i attempting to deceive the public. ;: tion for evil borne by the Gila mon- sive Farmer. With a small flock no m "What did you say ho paid for it?" test was. "Not of men, neither by man ster is due simply and solely- - to its special pastures are required, "" "Gran'daddy? Why, he didn't piy most repulsive appearance. Harper they can be housed in buildings and e' but by Jesus Christ, and God the Fa Hi It ntd ther. who raised Him from the dead nothin for it." Weekly. for the other stock without crowdiir. (Gal. I, 1). He said- :"How much land did he get?" and require little feed and practical: "Oh, he could 'a had all be could The time lias come for telling the THE UBIQUrrOUS SEA LION. no special attention. When a lar i people what the Bible teaches respect 'tend to a thousand acres was all flock is kept two or more pa.stuus ing ordination to teach and preach 'tend to, an' he" He Strayed a Long Way From Home should be maintained, ample houses The doctrine of Apostolic Succession "So he farmed a thousand acres, did for keeping dry without crowding Before He Was Killed. started in the second century A. 1) he?" follov- - ag story is taken from provided and an abundance of suitable The The bishops claimed that they had tie "Not all of It. Some of it was left feed supplied. We advise the beginner A BEAUTIFUL DOOKWAT. same authority that Jesus gave to the in timber so the hogs could be turned the Araerhv.i Magazine: in this line of stock raising to procure "Sunday a dull day, and the barns and all else In his life have twelve Apostles. Upon this claim tlitn out to fatten on the beech an' oak mast editors In ' .a habit of detailing men to the best native ewes obtainable in hi in the fall. An' changed from a "tallow candle ami ordained the inferior clergy. locality and theix buy a pure bred ran: ' This principle is wholly unscriptural 'How old were the hogs when he G.to V' zoological gardens and geS and with this small flock learn homemade nail" age to an "electric ammai s uries lor monday morning According to the'Bible, the Church of killed thpm fnr mont?" light and a steam thrasher" age. thoroughly before attemptiu. Christ is not composed of two parts years ol'. Say, what are The W'"" got together one Sund.iy to raise sheep in large numbers. "About two Three years ago Midway and the sui I and persuaded tho head ani S rounding country began to think it war- clergy aud laity. Jesus declared. "AH you askin' me all these questions foi m heeper to let them publish a fake time to have a twentieth century sohoc, ye are brethren; One is your Master anyhow'" Kill Smut on Seed Wheat. "as rather commonplace. .. plant They began to feel tha' it ; Christ" St Paul shows that in tin i nn," trvin-- re? to tin.i nut tvI.v vo,. i Etor A pint of formalin and fifty gallon" concerning the alleged escape of a non early Church tho ministers were tin think Johnny has enough wv would be well to have a building us education t existent sea lion from the pool to open of water make a very effective solu good as any of their churches. At servants of the flock. They were oi t mai:e Wm a SUCCcssful farmer." tion for treating seed wheat to prever! first the general public shook its head tne peopie. chosen by them by tlu "I just now told you because his water. " 'Fake,' said the mauaging editor as the appearauee of smut The forinali.. , stretching forth of the hand. gran'daddy made a snug fortune with and mumbled under its breath, btn he road the story. 'Let's make it a can he purchased at the drug store to, Many of the reformers coveted the less schoolin' thnn Johnny's got." gradually It began to see the wisdom n cmfll! emit MTil flirt farm nnmr ,. i good one.' titles accorded the Catholic cloigv jfc.. ........ iuv tut. .ntiu JUiUl of the movement am! at last voted the "Can Johnny go out an' find a thou They did uot care to tell the congre sand acres for nothing?" "Thereupon he sent telegrams to ev-- donate the water. Spread the funds necesf-ary- . ery country correspondent on that wa- out on the barn floor and sprinkle "Xo; of course l"e can't" While the trustees planned a .cIkmi ' gation that its word was supreme, and with the solution, using a coim ter or Its tributaries, merely inquiring that its ministers were merely its serv"Can he afford to keep a hog for tint "should be a credit architectural-.ants. Others, realizing that these ti years an fatten him on lieech if anything had been seen of the es mon sprinkling can. The wheat shou'n they did not forget to buy cnoiml ' an' o. caped sea lion The response was ap- be shoveled over and sprinkled agnin grcrnd to give the energetic yount: ties were unscriptural. decliued to use ninsf-; them; order to wet every kernel with preferring to be called pastor. I)a,n- - TI,e correspondents noedfd sters that were to be trained amp No. Whv, sav, look here, I nex, j My Rible Student associates, knowing thought of it before, but my gran i only the hint That day the sea lion inalin. Old sacks, canvas, etc.. shor. : elbow room. The beautiful bulldiii-.-strmy objection to the title "Reverend." (wnnh- - mrrn. then be thrown over the heap and ' WflH SPfH hv nt. !fls "s well Lack from tho turnpik me as Pastor. I am the elected t spondents. and Rerghaud printed :!' lowed to stand for a few hours. Aft r en Cc acres of flne blue grass laud address n TrMv ft Pastor of the Brooklyn Tabernacle the reports one after another. Thus ' this the wheat is spread out ami n! Behind and to one side of the soh. i cocgregatiou. aud also of the London spurred, the correspondents went to it lowed to dry. building is a comfortable stable staKi- -t j Tabernacle ,W- congregation, and I fail to i .4 in earnest. The following day the sesi to hold horses. w? jiromiu ior criticism in uns respect lion was reported at every point with- A is usual in school affairs all over i '' ''A-nor do 1 in 200 miles. The story spread like RdOAL FOB the f!!iury. the 'trustees built th s accept attack Christian brethren who other and unscriptural titles. ripples on water. In five days the ii' j school with rn idea of its taking care was sighted over half the world, am' Must Pastors Be Ordained? of r'l the pupils in the district for th ' an enthusiast at Southampton cabled POULTRY HEALTH, next fi'ty years. Now, after only (t Ordination is necessary to the ofiioe that he was heading toward the nun '' an 1 a half vears, tlioy are beginning r of pastor. The question is, What consti. sea. Then a cruel correspondent up on sr" the natural result of a fine grow tutes an ordination to pi each among t Superior killed him and wind . Lake ing school spirit among 1kUi childre-acthe people of God? parent Today five grade and tw j This question lias received various Fewls In Good Con high sfUoot teachers manage to te:t answers. The Roman. Anglican and editor did it himself." tLo 1250 boys and girls that are en Greek Churches, claiming Apostoii tlos and Prevents Disease, ro'.'ol This number is just fifty mo .Succession, declare that authorizj n ' A Pine Sense of Feeling. Wit " ifrngfliilBrTiil tl. n were enrolled last year. It to preach must come through tlieii One of two darkies who run a boot hot 1plair that the school will Ii,i ' apostle-hishcpand have not allow . a new teacher each year to t: black "parlor" in partnership was brag The larger per cent of our large-Protestant ministers to enter their sing of his well developed sense of poultry raisers who have the greater. care nf the teady increase, and in ti pus until me upiscopatians, about a ' years an addition will have to ' year- ago granted this concession touch, particularly in the matter of success with their fowls, both old aiu. I.money, lie boasted that he could tel young, keep a constant supply of chsr care of the children I' to take b' course, if their proiwsition were 01 sides this yearly increase, the truate the denomination of any United States' coal before their birds from the time reel. I am just as much unordalned s a beaij scnooii. el .in that very few of those enrol!?' coin merely by feeling it. His pnrtnei they are hatched until they aru di.-all other still, dido wearied of these boasts and came bu-- k e 'ry to play truant. Ample pi." more so I'rorestant ministers and ii" daddy got rich just posed ot. In my long experience ii grvjnds, clean, warm schoolroom-- I he?" , with this: tho poultry business I have found that Each denomination at its beginning c i"f irtah'e single desks, light ?v "Yes; he did. Where your graudf . "Your sense o' fee'.iu' ain't nothin' to charcoal is one of the greatest disiii was opposed by all others; yet each p!e,,can surroundings make school i' j ther taught that the clergy were separate your got a thousand acres for uothinu j my friend Marcus. Him and me use fectants 1 know of, writes A. E. Vhii ing less Irksome, and the Iuceuti boy will have to take it at a v.1'1. "to work on the Pullman down through devort in American Cultivator. from the laity. Only since the organ vfor "playing out" .has been removed ation of from $30,000 to $100,000 and Kansas. Marcus had been on this route I keep it before the fowls all the Hun-anIzatiou of the Evangelical Alliame j Several schools rolled into one mak-tanmake it pay. lie can't wait two years for about ten years. One night when feed it in their mash mixtuips (1SJG) have the different sects ot thlnars nosslble. It allows r for hogs to be ready for slaughter we was both 'long arottud l and very seldom have an ailing fmv Christendom acknowledged each oth school fimd to pay for a reliable j: i must be at eight to ten months. Tin r Of course it is not ui. er's oidinations. Each denomination is no way now for your boy to be a pio midnight. I wakes up and I shakes Mar- - j or chicken r, who can heat, clean and care ! cus and I says, 'Marcus, where are weV common for all poultrv raisers to havt makes use of such ceremonies as it get rich sitting still. Ilemii.st And Marcus jest roll over and sticks fowls Jie pmrmrry as it should lie cared foi become suddenly ill and die deems proper. If, therefore, the con neer and be educated to succeed in the twen'i bis hand out the wiudow and he says. without any apparent cause whatever gregation of Christian believers in 'We're goin through Oswego.' " Ev it always being a profound mystery Brooklyn and London ordain or ap eth century." erybody's. point me as their pastor, it is theii the owner. But, so far as permitiinir He Knew He Had Fed Cattle. contagions diseases, the use of char own choice what ceremonies, if any. )$, The old trustee turned to the visitor Writing on a pillow. coal will absolutely prevent any cutti shall accompany that ordination. Who and asked. "Well, what do you think Every one who has had occasion to trophe of this kind. I'can dispute this? No Protestant de i write while riding in a railway train Of course it is expected that fow1' nomination, surely; for their own oi of our new consolidated school?" m i "Beautiful I Cost a lot of mone will be interested in the fact that the are bci,t comfortable andln clean quat y! dinations are ou this very basis. irLr uisagreeauie euecis 01 tne jarring of Unrc th.- it ,.,,ni nnf i,. The subject of ordinatiou seems to didn't it?" i j "Yep. an' It costs like smoke to rui. the carriage are greatly mitigated by charcoal will perform miracles. Rue have fallen Into confusion during the I llli 11. uiui-icii- i an wriiiug on u piuow ane pillow maj- - j where fowls have intelligent manage ..mi Dark-AgTmmmSKBtM" St Paul particularly em- grades. ivttiiiciB ofiui are luu It now us But all for be either he'd on the lap or placed on a ment cnarconl will be an auxili:;r . phasizes the fact that he did not "re"Were you against consolidation?" table. The pad of paper and the ann -- Os1 can be relied upon as a healti ceive his commission as preacher aud "Yep. I wn against It strong Yon whicli guides the pen or pencil should that o Apostle of Christ from his brother producer. There is nothing that oau see, I got the three It's In a sin..'' both rest on the pillow. Apostles, but by Divine authorization take its place when it comes to putting room schoolhouse." lie paused, looked MIDWAYS RUCt'ESS. In this manner it will be found pos- the hens in good laying xondkioi, This is the Scriptural principle underly at the splendid brick building and con sible to legibly hrrovides teachers for the dlfferen ing Divine Ordination to the ministry tinned: "I oughter known better ton fort in awrite flying und with com- Where charcoal is used I have neve-ha- d train at full speed. of Christ bowel trouble in my chickens. ! t des and makes efiicieut and stron Anybody that had fed cattle for thim will help prevent Jittle chicken choieij By bringing many children t' . No denomination claims that the or- years oughter know a consolidated London Answers. Irk. if fed freely to the breeders during tor it. crives a chance for tho chi'n dination of Its ministers either made or scnooi was netier man a one room Poor Mamma. the winter months, and if the powder fdevelop his social nature in a groti kept them perfect All admit that school." The Dear Child-O- h. Mrs. Bloom, his oxvn age. That the school .1 there have been sad failures amongst ''Why should you have known? Cat when did yon get back? Mrs. Bloom-Bl- ess ed charcoal is used in the mash nil their ordained ministers. Neither ture for the growing chicks they will Idway is a success is to put the ni.-tie and chiidrei. are not the same." you, dear, I was not away any- develop very rapidly. lightly. A school that has en would they claim that ordination has th "Look here just stop an' think for where. What made you think so? The given their ministers superior discern The coarse ground charcoal, abs,r. r led titty new pupns ims year, tn. a minute, will I've known for I fifrv children to the schoe raent of Divine Truths. On the con- thirty years that you can't put weanlin Dear Child I thought von wnro if the size of the average grain of corn, beard my mamma has clergy by wnnt:on of-- Midway, that makes llr trary. It many injured thedomineering calves, two year an' four year o . lt loggerheads with say that you were is the best grade to get for the oldesr your husband for fowls. of them renting of any kind of house in tin making lordly, contrary to the spirit and calves, two year an' four year ol' steer aver a week. town an impossibility, that in tv. and teachings of Christ and the Apostles: In the same feed lot an' get fust class ard a half years does not show : and Green Food For Chickens. our or time one room Original. the laity by leading them to con results, wein scratched wall or desk, is a huge sucChickens require green stuff all winhad 'em all sizes an' ages tchool "Was there anything original in his elude that merely secular matters fn cess. ter. Provide roots, but do not feet! the same lot an' feedin' out of the speech af the banquet?" answer.the question 01 should engage their attention. Does all this them on the ground. Drive spikes lit same trough. It won't work any bet "Well, he admitted that he knew he The True Ordination. investment? Can any one ever figur. tcr with children than It does with was to be called on." Detroit Free the posts or sides of the chicken hout wome ex. ctlv what stronger men and about a foot above the floor and drive Finally the Pastor showed the true cattle." I Press. Th. ordination to be the roots on these spikes. in a community are worth? the impartatlon of the A school tax is simply a longtime iir Holy Spirit Wh'oever receives this school cost the community $20,000. Well Instructed. money a good Investment for Mid has God's authority to be His am- vestment in brains; therefore the etc Separating the Milk. Miss Fifth Avenue Maudie claims to b way? The answer can only come bassador and mouthpiece. Such show nal question should not be "now Good separators these days will do a in ike dK the work of the Holy Spirit regenerat-- SMALL A TAX CAN WE GE'l be an uninstructed delegate. Miss Bea-!o- n askins any of the residents ' Street Impossible! She's from Bos- good job of separating cold milk, bur triclt of thoBe who are willing to send Ing their minds and hearts, giving ALONG WITH?" but "HOW ML'tTI ton. Life. there is no economy in separating milk and their children five or sir miles In a them insight into the Scriptures, and CAN WE INVEST TO ADVANwhen cold. The fat Is most easily and pay8- extra tuition to have them enabling them to be God's mouth- TAGE?" It is a business proposition Behavior is a mirror in which every thoroughly removed while the. milk is pure and simple. pieces, ministers of His Truth; real live twentieth century school. warm. ine displays his image. Goethe.-ali I Tho Town Began Threo Years Ago to Realize the Importance of Conserv Ing Its Future Citizens' Health and Mentality Plenty of Room to Play N. .. As lZZ t Repulsive In Looks, It Is Really z Harmless Creature. Probably there is no other living creature more feared by the ignorant than the Gila monster, about which all manner of weird tales have been told It has even been held that the mere hreath of this animal is sufficient to cause death to the one upon whom it fell. Scientific inquiry, however, fails td disclose a single instance wherefn the breath or even the bite of has resulted fatally. The fact that dissection and microscopi examination do not reveal any trace of glands for the secretion of venom is sufficient evidence to indicate that this curious member of the lizard family has been slandered. Some years ago a civil engineer in the southwest undertook to settle once for all the question whether "the mon ster" was deadly or not. A fine specimen was captured and confined in a wire inclosure. A" chicken was obtained, and its feathers were removed in order that the lizard might hare ever., opportunity to strike at the breast. The chicken was then held quite clos to the Gila monster, u liich soon shap ped viciously and secured a firm hold on the fowl's breast, retaining this grip "; ,Who ,0,e V thi-creat- ure TIMELY HINTS , HUMOR OF THE DAY The One Best Bet. The Rev. Joseph H. Twitchell, for nearly fifty years pastor of the Asjlum Hill Congregational church in Hartford, Conn., saw three years of servict in the civil war as chaplain of the Seventy-firs- t New York regiment. In the course of his service Mr. Twitch-ell'- s experiences were, of course, many and varied. One of them, of a seriocomic nature, has been recently made public. After a certain fight the surgeon told the chaplain that one poor fellow was. quite hej-onhope. The chaplain leaned over the dying soldier. "Well, my dear fellow," he began in a voice of deep emotion, "you are very badly wounded, and If you have anything to say or any word that you want sent to your family, tell me now." Thepoor fellow understood. "My inside coat pocket," be breathed painfully. Tho chaplain felt a pocketbook tiiqre and took it out "Is that what yo, d r FOR FARMERS; Feeding the Horse. The horse, most especially of all stock, should have careful attention in feeding. The hurried feeding, not preparing the grain properly, oftbn causes bad results if not death. The ear corn before being put in the feed trougli should have the smutty, worm eaten grains removed. Then if the ear is struck against something solid It will be found that there will fall from it a great amount of worm dust. ,That is not good for the horses. When shelled corn or corn chops are being fed they should first be put in water and the dust and chaff floated out It is surprising the amount of rotten grains there is among the shelled, sacked corn. The heated and molded hay should not be fed to the horse. It will cause a bloat, a poisonous gas in the stomach, most especially the work horse that has but little chance of getting green stuff, and, besides, there is but little food value in such hajv-Far- m and Ranch. r want?" f3' ) it" "Yes," was the faint reply, "Ope "Here is a ten dollar bill. la thati what you want?" "Yes." mi jai fi "What shall I do with it?" Then the soldier said in a vrhienur. "Bet you that that I don't die." And he did not New York Sun. Confusing. would be simplified." "I don't know," replied Miss Cayeiuu They might be more complex. Whii a man sent us candy and Sower, w wouldn't know whether he was kwl- ing up to a proposal or merely electioneering." Washington Star. "If we women had the vote, matters - I . I . i I , t -- -- 4. bowling alley. The Night Clerk Woll, taa't yoni hear 'em drop? nartford Font Scant. They were tearing Eden. "Tlie laugh," exclaimed Adaa. ' us.' "And that" rejoined vrtth mi: den consciousness, "is abont af!. The Gnest When I nskml yo if joe had given mo a quiet room 70s :d that after 0 o'clock I could bear a ptn drop, and now I find it' right vr a Sure Thing. , ti-i- ! j j 1 wh: th'"-ougly St, Judge. , ri - . , ! - ; , j Out of Sight Young Hopeful (who hax lately started to study mechanics) Wliy do ynm always pull your borrow. Grabbles'; Grabbles (a pensimistt Cos I 'a! tits very sfcrJ't of it London Poack. His twe-ity-fo- r ;"- - . . "That mxmemtor in nemr carrying oat the vaHoas prorialoa the testator." "He doc-- i seem to be working wi1 will." Baltimore Ameriran. know mj just won't Ilten to good. talk. Mrs. Frank How Ho ytm umm Toakera Stattimut. Mrs. CH1111 . lnirwnnt , l i ! ' i f p i s. wr WmiimSmEnBM "" pi r ?Z;'SS ! Nvr Triad You Hie. -- HURVtTMSS. 1 , - , ' Fhrat Savage What asakea orli highness an full of hiushier? Secood Savage He mtat an. lowed the seat's fuoxqr baen. & York American. ha , j I Uabi to ExUad ItaaW. She Hare you a ranntag aceoaa' with that bookmaker? lie I did have, but oe stopped It l befure it got Into its atrkie. Opinion. L4 J t d i . r t-- woman who has worked for a raMrear years a a watefcaaaa." for twenty-fiv- e j "Must be a good looker. "-J- It Same times Hale. "It toils here in this paper item dse5 a 1 1 brary. Knieker How do yoo kaew married? Bocker-Wti- un Proof. ,lea ft Yerfc I J ! he bttitoabelea jfB back-e- w ) tries to do it up the Sun. ht j i ii ii i.i . . ! I i y?)c&&, es Father now Is It that 1 fin you . sirf kissiag my daughter? Answer IIow is it? Young Man Fine, sir; fine. Satire. ncckler (to orator) Ui, guv'iior. d you support early closing? iVa'tor Certainly I do. my friend. s. Heckler Then shut up. Tit-Bit- Very Good, Sir. Pity Poor Campaigner. ' ; I - r i "Do you think your father ject to my seeking your "Don't know. Tin. 8UrA u he, thing like me ho wouLM Tatler. a,. He Ought To. j? 0l .- - i ' . ' " "What punishment 5id that defanl ing banker get?" "I understand hi -- . him $i0.000."-Pittsbu- Cleaned Oufc, rgh t. - 4 Tost """ you?" "No, sir; I'll tell her at Fliegende Blatter. Marjorie--We 1m sorry to find the baroness Don t forget to tell her I called out Prompt Attention. ?" - ion Transcriot church. Little Mabel-Th- afs have 'lectrlc lights In One Better. have acolytes- in our nothin-- we ours.-- : ; . 4- v -- , THErADAIRJCOUNTy KEWb Birdseye view of our Plant THE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS tried and convicted. Last Fri- Published Every Wednesday .BY THE - ' day Ellis paid the penalty of his crime in the electric chair at Eddyville. Adair County News Company. ( -- X s uation has been shifted from the EDITOR. zone of fighting to Austria and CHAS- - S. HARRIS Russia, which are rapidly mobil- Democratic newspaper devoted td the in- - izfag their armies (HI the border. rest of the City of Columbia and the people i Adair and adjacent counties. While this is going on the lurks and Bulgarians rest on their as Entered at the Columbia arms awaiting a conference of class mall matter. plenipotentiaries regarding an WED. NOV., 27. 1912 armistice. Five corps of Ger' man reservists also have been Largest in Dixie" Gov. E. L. Norris, of Montana, called to the colors. a native of Cumberland county, and LouisKentucky, is mentioned for the The Courier-JournIncorporated post of Secretary of the Interior. yille Evening Times are now lo cated in their new building, President, elect Wilson says corner of Third and Green. It Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, he is not thinking of Cabinet is interesting to take a retro- positions; that his mind is occu- - spective view of the progress of Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalo & tr Courier-Journa- l during the pied with larger things. the price However you may have. or forty years. be at that last thirty-fiv- e Senator Isidor xvayiiei, of Tho Hnildinc a moffnifioont nno A London swindler sold dried4noticed tnat these articles which 1 Florida, is dead. The end came Probably the sentimental burglar restores wWch peas for liver pill and Green from on the plea of his victim, 'would in his apartments, Washington, these tWQ publications were re just as effective. Monday. He was a Democrat. ; "Women's dresses are to'be-com- e never bring much at the pawnmoved was builfc by the CQmpa. tighter." Roller skates broker's. Attorny General Garnett and ny during uiose years, anu great As long ago as 1830 it was boy behind to push. Louisville, Kentucky his Assistants are making a improvements made on the pub- next and a known that the senses could be The latest fad is hygienic marOn Main between Sixth and Seventh Strong fight in the franchise tax lication until it was classed as being in one of the best homes riages. It is sweeping all other stimulated by electricity. And 1 suit against various corporations, long before that it was realized com.mencan and having one of the most fads out.of the public eye' now on at Frankfort. that a hot stove would accomplete outfits in the United London is shocked over the RATES: In the new Congress there will States. Business increased, and way the British nation is taking plish the same result. Mine. Paquin says that new American Plan $2.00 and up be twelve more Democrats from recentlv the company decided to gum chewing" jBut they styles for women will be largely Northern than from Southern that more room and more con- - stick to it. European Plan $1.00 and up. ' a matter of individual taste. It States, which is taken to indi- - veniences were necessary, and Medical science is constantly We serve the best American Plan meals in the South may be true, but women will cate the obliteration of all sec- - accordingly the imposing build discovering hundreds of new tionalism in national politics. ,ing on the corner of Third and reasons why people should call still continue to follow the dicT New Louisville Hole! Co. Inc. tates of their dressmakers. ; Green was made ready and the in' the doctor. 7Z TT" a j. j.ne speecn oi rresiaent m an Courier-JournHerman Steinhilber, Manager and the Times Crawling on all fours will cure split pea Before ordering your iMBrvnvMmPTmwn to the United Daughters of the plants removed thereto. When indigetion, says a French doctor. insoup you should patriotically Confederacy, met the approval you take into consideration the But when a man gets to the The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al quire if the pea was split in Ger of the whole South, and the machinery, it vast amount of state where he has to crawl on many or America. President has received numer sounds almost increditable that all fours, indigestion is Lhe least Both Qfie Yeaf fOf $1.50. ous letters, commending the all According to this removal was made without of his troubles. speech. rcipri will hp hnldhpndprl in 500 the loss of a publication, both, pa- To be simple and to be without years. Its a cmch they will ifi HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID rn?lr in fvinmiin rirov "jil To of the pers coming out on time the day Future SSL'. 42s3Fib5C. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES they live until then. the removal was made. The United States will be pensioned this not the case of the young Wol on CcBinuttiou. Writ for price Somebody claims to have dislist wentioaiKj this ad. people of Kentucky should be in the sum of $25,000 annually woman who when congratulated mf t rfsmfSASi covered black snow in the Alps. Corporation of proud of these two publications. strength of QM WHITE CO, by the Carnegie upon the quality and Hon. Hen"? But any winter he can find a lot her perfumery said that she was The Courier-Journa- l. INewYork. Widows of Pittsburg. Merits, so long as they remain un-- , ry Watterson editor, is in a class of it in glad he had noticed it? vegetables are to Twenty-fouPlants and married, will receive the same to itself . Mr. Watterson does men lost their r not write like any other Journal- - be raised by electricity. As far lives through the explosion- - of Bum. ist in the United States, and his as fruits are concerned, we al. in a coal mine at Alais, The District Court of Appeals f Qture predictions which gene- ready have electric currents. France. rates Alleles ordered the Los any come true, make his A New York man was robbed are Bargain Days to use;prjal expressions appear like of his pearl necklace, worth election board the tally sheets instead of the the ,riter was inspired. The $30,000, on an ocean liner. Clewaiice Seles m cvoy Dcpartaxatt of otir Big Store; m rfte certified figures of the election Times edited by Col .Halderman, Where was his chaperone? hold sway V ia need of rder and fudges, which will assure Wilson is the best afternoon paper certainly are obstinate Women Uncertainty of the immediate ."nearly all, ifoiot all, oi Califor known to us. creatures. One in Boston is con future is looked upon by many men' aiTairs, as a blockade to enter-- , nia thirteen electors. Linoleum Rugs, Carpets, testing the dictum cl three :rf business prosperityj and Posimaster Primary Indorsed. courts that declared her dead. this blockade is now quite apparent; How he went to Los Angeles throughout the channels of trade. For present o: future use, k will pay yoa handsomely to look Our pupils are lound to be, with ten quarts of nitroglycerine Speaking of postmaster prima Presidential Election; the over our large Assortment of spec'al piiced Merchandise. to blow up the Times auxiliary ries several of the Democratic weak in the threr R's. The old- - jefiorts of Congress with no fixed new : plants and take suspicion off State papers are taking a strong enr.YinnaA orvoiinr KOQ Ifrh t iDurnose inOrganized Labor as a with' politics; together factor .. . , James B. McNamara, but was stand fop this method of seecfc. prontaniy De revivea, it seems. iother matters of greater or less Hubbuch Bros., & Wellendorff strong-guarImport, represent at this time a was ing these officias. Tne Harrods-tol- d prevented by Kissing is forbidden in public Incorporate! uiijiivi. av.jjj.iAi. byOrtieE. McManigal at burg Herald in discussing the places in Switzerland. Un- tLIlci.Ul.HJ harmonizeJiwhich is now thes lests, to 522 and 524 West Market St. "dynamite conspiracy" trial, matter says editorially: the doubtedly on the ground that problem before the country. All want Prosperity, Peace and! in! "Sudi a course would relieve there is more than enough dan- Plenty. Read with care the Cin- Finishing a work started Louisville's BiggestCarpetStoFt. jrcinnati Enquirer, a journal tnat' many a weary Congressman of ger there without it. 1906, during which his two col.-f prints all the each day from; An eastern man wrote a fche responsibility of deciding be. every coiu:nerc;ai center leagues died, Gen. James H. and the manager turned ,out e world. A barometer of tween friends e(ually worthy Berry reported to the Secretary . Ttis huralra'i cs and eFes thrr mints nut,' and efficient, and would give the ?f f T Jrrtrf Antiwar tT1fl ENTIRELY BALD r of War that he has found andl & ,n-trcommunity to be served an op" steo from the sublime to the L r l.ucaan.KuaJu marked the graves of 22,401 Her Hair Commenced to Grov As well known, the Daily En- Or. Portunity to seleet its servant ridiculous, after all. Triplet! soldiers and sailors Confederate After Two Weeks' Use of I'quirer is the largest in, size and' The ordinary method of petition Chinese women are srid C0 Ihiphest nriced naoer in the United Nevbro's Herpidde. Tvho died in the North. ' cj IJIEN'XTSU means little or nothing. The have the most beautiful com- - States, yet cheapest, measured ty "Fever caused ma to be en- quality and quantity. n plexions applicant in the world ouii.ic pi j3txt to rosrr tirely bald. I Sedna Allen chiet of the! "Pie" falls to the Weekl Enquircr ..:th the had given no hope of all havijijr gang which shot up the in thf strongest political pull, depends .on Whether' it is cream and dieest of all he news, Columbia, Ky. editorials, hair 'when I able and conservative or is determined by the partial- - orientally considered. was advised to iast Hillsville, Va., court-hous- e reports, methods and re--( nseHerpicicic market i two KErt i PVONK 3D. Alter ov, mcihV.r i ffco rfoath nf ity or grouch ot some one wear Now the German scientists suits from Govj-nmeand State1 OKKICE 1'DONKOM weeks my hair commenced to pro- Experiment Si tl ns, vc ter - ry toga. Under have discovered a means of iive persons, was found guilty of ing the senatorial Kiow. Now I clifice havo the most the Republican administration ducing artificial milk. Why not matters, PeopU A continued stor beautiful head m. e. Jones ii. H- - Jones. murder in the second degree, literature, short--: any '' of hair New- appointment is controlled by invent a way to grow eggs on ies, ever saw sermons, general ono and given fifteen years in the the Praiso to lif v.. ... .w!.rnnf!nn V.I.V.., vfh .iv-- pvr'ii inn- . , ,J,?,:, JXllUi UIUUUU, Republican influence, and under the egg plant. penitentiary, o others went &- inclal and im- -i Thus writes Mrs. Howard Bailey, of Bellevuc, Of all matters Of a Democratic Administration, by a hundred morality, is to' "Resolve to live the Cleanest SSiddehinwk to the chair. by a remarkable erowth of Democratic influence. Then why 1 years and you can do it," says Weeklv Far'ilv ' jmal obtainable. lowed absolutely cusrantee the one dollar sac Veterinary Surgeon j.Z Wc Pnce botUes of Newbro'a Herpidde, isnieii aj - ViOrth It willvbe remembered that not bring it a little nearer to the a St. Louis physician. But the Eachyco-'- s .v ri. of a and Dentlat KAULL DRUG CO abouf one year ago, Squire people by a primary of Democrats majority of good resolutions are 3rHcitry lof ... --captions ,ice) a handsome . t.c and iactcasc the 9 years experience. Beatty was foully murdered at or Republicans according to the are broken, in a short time. Special attention' your m buyi good uif.uenjti ot fhe IJuquue: Chamber-th-e gtrengUlen,ng. pasters. Burnsicle, Pulaski county. James Administration in power, making uplift of floral . end industry, iain's Liniment is cheaper and better given to Surgical and Dental work. There used to be made in this EUis,;toho was Na constable, and and for the frcrttei srv' vift wc ire Dampen a piece of flannel with it and Office at residence near Graded School parm uuu i& the local political party responsi- country copper-toe- d shoes that of the con- mv 'it '"rrrrs'iteioma id over meauiwieu and soreness. building. another man who did the killing y V' im Will 1UIICYO UIC IJUIII For sa,le by Paull Drug Co were arristed and subsequently ble for good- - service. The re- - the small boy could not kick out to TIPHOEHO. 7. Post-offlce incorporated.) Interest in the Balkan war sit- sec-a- d " al - , in one month. Ah, those wer happy days for parents! Infantile paralysis has appeared among the Eskimos in Alaska The backward races must often sit down and wonder whether civilization really pays. Physicians are now discussing whether incurables should be killed. Which brings up the question; "How can physicians agree on who are incurables?" An eighteen-poun- d lobster has been caught in Long Island All Sorts. Sound. Still,a chorus girl can Women outnumber men in catch a bigger one than that on both New York and Philadel- Broadway any day in the year In Baltimore apolice justice phia. Concerning that Red Sox vic- has arranged mirrors in his tory, why not drop it? Snod-gra- court room so that drunks and disorderlies will have to see! did. themselves. Justice should have They say the new bill is a work of art, but it can't a little pity. ss ten-doll- ar sponsibility would be placed where it belongs. Why should not the voice of the people to be served have a determining influence in a matter which vitally concerns them? Why should a Senator living in Louisville or Paducah or Cattletsburg say who shall be postmaster at Harrods-burg- ? In such matters he is generally looking oftt for his own political fences and not for the interest of the people here." W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentuckv. WHOLESALE 'th ( ii ana turooean ff- ans ' i al i ; j , nts - AND HIDES ' , ! ex-Pres- i-, I louTl. , . fire-dam- p and August i edit-Angel- es vjsE and m pricer-Concess- ions and j J , ( ds, j .i. j ; i n.i i- - (irj--orl- y - i tnni x ' u-jv.- -.. James . t hav-Alle- , oi-Tic- a 0 ! -- aia nt -- . :- J.-ram- , j non-sectari- ca - . . I MhJfi fm&mST T-w- I -- j Jones Jones ha-17- 7. s. n-.- .- " i - - I k THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Public Sale. Royal BakingPowder Adds HeaTtfifulOualHieslolheTfaotl -- On Saturday Dec. 14th at 10 a. m. will offer for public sale my houseI hold furniture a number of books from a select library, one set of double harness and some garden implements. In the mean times will sell any of the above articles at private sale. I -' J. R. Crawford.' ! Rlfi AllfTinNI Monday Dec. 2, The Monticello Basket Ball team 1 1912 UIF I ila-,1--, . The game will be called in the gymnasium room of the L. W. T. S.. Dromntlv ah 7:30 There will be a small admission fee. lumbia should witness-it- will play Lindsey-Wilso- n' next Thursday night. This promises to be a very exciting game and everybody in Co- Our Buyer is now in the City Buying for this Sale Men's Suits, Boy's Suits, Over Coats, Rain Coats, Sweaters, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Etc. Also a lot of nice Clothing for Ladies , Sale to begin at 10 o'clock at our store next door to V. M. Gowdy Wholesale House Prof. Prescott, of the University of Michigan, testified before the Pure Food Committee of Congress, that the acid of grapes held highest rank as an article of food and he regarded the results from baking with cream of tartar baking powder as favorable to health. Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. Mr. Geo. E. Wilson removed his stock of goods Monday to the house which has been occupied by Mr, A. A. Miller. Mr. Preston Miller purchased jMr. A. A Miller's goods, which here- moved to the building vacated by Mr. Wilson. "It is pleasure to tell you that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the best cough medicine I have ever used, writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lav-onia, Ga. ''! have used it with all my children and the results have been highly satisfactory." For sale by Paull Drug Co. from Casey Jones Store 3 9"8"&&$$$$$ &$8M$$$e$ Runabouts 3, 8 The first convocation of the State Reese Walker, a colored boy, was School Improvement League Tvorkers brought to Columbia last Wednesday, Mr. Scott Montgomery will return will be held in Louisville on the after charged with breaking into Crum and wife, of Mr. W. E. Coleman noon of Xovember 30th. Special rail Dudley's houso and stealing a pistol a week or two this week from a business trip to Illi- road Lebanon, are spending rates. Adair county should be nois and Missouri. It is our understanding that he conwith Mr. and'Mrs. II. IT. Price. represented. ' fessed his guilt. Miss Mollie Flowers, Grady ville, aud Mr. Arch Eailey, who lives in the A large per cent, of the corn of White Oak county, was very sick last Miss Laura Howard, Uussellville, spent several days of last week with Adair county has been gathered. The Sanford Strange of Burkesville street, i week. , Wears clean and neat. Miss Mabel Atkins. crop is unusually large, and is selling Vigas, who has been Mr. Frank He has now iioes, tipped at the toes, Mr. Walter McKinney, of Huston- - in this market at 62.23 per barrel. visiting relatives and friends in CoTie Jiewi jails nor skins his noes. lumbia andjout in the county since the ville, spent last week with Mr. A. S. The suit to settle the estate of the til latter part of.September, left for his Chewning and Mr. J. C. Jlolladay. keep .n hands a full stock of late Judge J. D. Irvine is the largest home in "Sew Mexico last Friday Mr. John T. Ilarvey.'of Kansas City, filed in the Russell circuit court for collins an-caskets, also robes; 2 morning. En route he will make two Mo., is spending a few weeks with many years. The distribution of about hearses. Prompt service night or day. stops, the lirstlat Bloomington, Ind., his mother and sister. Phone 20. $10,000 is involved. 45-- 1 where he will visit his cousion, Mrs. yr J. F. Triptett, Mrs. E L. Feese returned from CinXellie Dodd, the second at Chicago. For Sale. Columbia. Ky. cinnati last week. Her husband stop111., to visit a daughter. ped in Louisville. A First-clas- s Mr. II. II. Cann, of Hurt county, Kimble organ. Miss ICattie Franklin, who was the Judge T. A. Murrell, returned from see his daughtwas here last week to Mrs, A. I. Hurt. wife of Andrew Franklin, died near Ashland last Friday. er, who is in the Lindsay-WilsoNell, this county, a few days ago. Mr. James Holladay killed 3 hogs She and her Hon. 1). C. fTnrmor rf liYmt- TM11 ' husband, several years Judge W. W. Jones and Mr. II. F. wfts in Cn1llmh5n. last week that were 20 months old. ago, resided in Columbia. vrftn(1ni. -( Paull made a business trip to Burkes- Hopper is a prominent lumber dealer The net weight was 1423 pounds. a Hie last week. and a popular gentleman. A few Wanted: Peafowls, $1.50 each. The school money is now in the years ago he represented Russell and Mrs. .Corilla Hiudmau, left w.' x. nodn," hands of the Superintendent. If the for Glasgow and Bowling Green. La- - Casey in lower House of the Kentucky teacher? want Christmas change, tliey Box i2, aimpbellsville, Ky. er she will go to California to make ' Legislature. should come in. her home with her son. She has the Miss Minnie Triplett left Tuesday Mr. A. B. Foley, wlio lives near best wislies of her Coumbis. friends. morning for Danville and will spend All busiuess houses should close Russell Springs, was married about Rev. J. F.' Clayootnb, wife and Tlianksgiving with her niece, Miss next Thursdoy, from eleven o'clock cnildren, of Sturgis, Kj. arrived last Mary Triplett and Miss Mary Lucy until one. and every body should at tendajsago to a Miss Ashbrooks, Thursday, see Capt. W.""W. Bradstiaw, Lowe, who are in Caldwell College. tend Thanksgiving services which whose home was in the same neighbor-Hunter- s ' who is quite sick. Mrs. U. L. Taylor has returned will be held at the Presbyterian are having very poor sport Judge II. C. Baker Mid Mr. lloltin from White Mills, Ky. She has about church, the sermon to be preached by on account of the scarcity of quail. II .1! were in Jamestown aud Russell recovered from an accident which was Rev. J. II. Chandler. Be at the Lindsey-Wilso- n Springs several days of last week, on reported in the News several weeks Gymnal ; sium next Thursday night. business. ago. MARKETS Mr Henty Aaron, 'of Liberty, a Judge II. C. Baker and hisdaughter, LOUISVILLE Hundreds of hogs were slaughtered wcllknown attorney, was liere last Miss Sal lie, left this morning on an in the county last Monday. Tjiui'aoay aud Friday. on Live Stack extended visit to relatives in Cleburne Latest Quotations Texas. Mrs .. P. Dolxmny. Sr., who lias Craycraft. CATTLE been visiting in Texas for tl past Mrs. II. A. Myers and her little son. ; Robert Page, arrived two months returned liome last from Monticello Shipping steer $7.0O8.6O Mrs. S. H, Murreli who has Beef steers the first of the week. 5.506.50 4256. 00 "been confined to her bed for six Sheriff A. D. Patteson, was in Fat heifers and cows Mr. r. W. Dillon and his son, Rich, Cutters y.0o4.00 weeks with fever is improving Lexington last week. from Breeding Friday, tre Canners 2.0OH.0O slowly. Mr. S. A. Hoper, of Grady ville, lefti Bulls W. T. Ottly, of the Columbia Mr. 3.254.00 morning to visit a sister in Ill Feeders bar, spent a few days at Burkesville this 4.253o.75 Mrs. Myrtle Blair and Mrs. E. inois. Stockers 3.75fiB5.50 last week, attending circuit court. T. VAllllC mava TTiCMf inn1 nlo fitrap Capt. W. W. Bradshaw's condition Choice milch cows ' Sn.OfMS.PO Mi. 1. S. Taylor, Glen ville. was in is critical. His physicians think the at Glenvile last Saturday. Common to fair cows . . . i5.oo-35.town Friday. eud is but a few hours off. HOGS Mr. Anderson Murrell visited' Mr. Matthew Taylor, spent a day or j Mrs. Emly Burton, is visiting her Choice 210 up his sister,- - Mrs. Ruth Reynolds, ' 8.7n ' brother, Mr. H. C. Walker, of two in Columbia last week. Mediums, 165 to 210 j of Garlin, Saturday night. t Mr. J. C. Hurt, of Bsto, who has Bradfordsville. Pigs 6.so been in Busineasat Indianapolis, Ind., ' Mr. W. II. Wilson, is here from Roughs Miss busie tfryant spent Sat7.00 i for the past year, is at Itome, on a Louisvillo. urday at Mr. S. H. Absher. SHEEP AND LAMBS Oyo-.iiisn. Personal Mr. M. M. Murrell returned Marion county last week. Buggies Su rreys Wonrderfui Sales Of Buggies. ? N -.-.- . ,. .Greensburg Kentucky, -- - 'ji to-da- y Sells & Oar Load Of Buggies oatsurday. Every Saturday June 22ad, was Blocked for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. m Main Street Greeusburg rcfe-siona- 4 1 During the day' Town MarshaH calM on to olear the street. -- ! on I : o ... What is the cause of these Phemomijiai . Sales. l ! j visit. .L S. Chandler. Dr. b. K. Ilancock, wife, and child- Ducks DIXXFP ren. leit jjnaav morninir lor iilida! Tuesday 1:30, p. m. devotional serWool spring clipping. aSew Mexioo, their future home. They vice. T. J. Campbell. carried the best wishes of the people Hides (green)........ Tuesday 2:00, p. m. how shall we T)r. nnri ATrc nf t.liiQ vmmilnif.v. !"r 5fPle,on the subjecfc of Feathers Hancock are not strangers to the ' D. -t?i mi .....- - Tuesday 2:15, p. m. general discus- Ginseng UCIIU) UiJJUUU) un; lldJIJ 1CSIUCU tlicic several years ago, and doubtless they i Beeswax i sion, speeches limited to 10 minutes. will be given a hearty welcome. Yellow Root Tuesday 3:00, p. m. the missionary, Mrs. W. T. Ottley and her son.John, sermonwhat and when, S.K.Breeding. May Applefper lb) visited relatives at Burkesville last p. m. experience meetTuesday week. ing Mr. Geo. McMahan and Lee Harris, Tuesday 6:30, at night, preaching, were he6e, Saturday. resi-jin.fonn Mesdames C. M. Russell, A. D. Pat-- 1 Program Missionary Institute. teson and W. A. Coffey spent Wodues-- j day aud Thursday at the home of The Missionary Institute for the Mr. Lutiier Williams, Monbpelier. central group of pastorial charges in They reported a most enjoyable visit, the Columbia district will be held at Mr. B. n. Gilpin and Mr. W. R. Clear Spring church, seven miles east Lyon, wellknown traveling men, were of Columbia. Monday night, Tuesday an( Tuesday night, December 2nd here a few days since and 3rd. Mr. John Q. Alexander, made his Monday night 0::50, sermon, G. W. re r '"'iT ' r!ntc Oc,?,.',,b', ',ei mfr ibul'ii. Mr. ueo js rviisou. was m Louis-- : f rueauay a:uo, a. m. Devotional ser- ville last week, purchasing Christmas vice, W. II. Lemon. Tuesday 9 :0, general survey of the supplies. worlc in district, W. F. Jlogard. Messrs J. X. Coffey, and Mr. W I Ingram, were in the Pellyton and' Tuesday 10:00, missionary address, TCniflp.v nount.rv lnsr, wpaU--. lnnt'iinr nf. J. L. Piercy. Tuesday 11:00, sermon on tithing, road conditions. J , Best lambs Culls. . . .' Fatsheep GRAIN, Wheat. Corn. .. Mrs. S. E. Barger and Mrs. ; 3.0Q5.00 Eula Stevenson spent Monday at Mr. Nathan Murrell's. Mrs. Victory Richards and Miss! 105 5.00 6.00 3.00-4.00 ; Qualify, Styles and Easy -- M$n& ! 0 Local MarKet. ' To-day. . Hans. Chickens Cocks . S ;. .. - .8 3 11 REMEMBER, WoodsOU Lewis the Bllg&J Nannie Grider were visiting at jman, the Mower and Binder man, fche Solomon McKmieys Sunday, Miss Effie Burton and Miss Engine man, the F&Fm Bertha McGaha spent Sunday at fcraSOline Mr. John Combest. Implement man. Misses Margret and Nina Mur' r Turkeys Geese i. s, 6 7 rell are on the sidk list. Mr. Charlie Murrell. of JODDa. visited Mr. Anderson Murrell 1 Al PiTUT Wl m 3 H Wi 21 12 45 5 50 25 3 2q Saturday night. Mr. Cris Harmon and wife spent last Sunday at Williams Harmon's. n vf fill! 1 If II If i Bt B ll is! C m M a R X ud i m f a m S3! a IS i5 I GREENSBURG, KY. i. ;, '. .a.H5tri"ICEiea Herman C Tafel 'Oobbefs and Dealers In iir '- -- 0, ' C fi i -- . - ; he. a kca F.yrr h vii tiv- n - k Electrical Supplies Inside and outside construction material, stools, telephone and farm lighting equip- -' ment. i East Folk, last home Sunday night. Campbells- Mr. T. C. Faulkner, was here Monday. ville Mr. Fred McLean, who spent sever al weeks in ljiDerty, assisting the A maioritv-o- f the Schools in Adair ircuit court clerk of Casey, returned j county will close the"iatter partof W. G. Montgomery. J. S. Chandler, Chairman W. F nogard, P. E. W. Tanner Ottley Httoflney-Ht-Iiatu 2 "iTvassufTeruigfrom pain in myt Btomacn, neaa ana DacK. ' writes t. l i ver ade A Mow Rflan Of Him. Will practice in all the Cotrts Ky. T. Alston, Kaleign, J. C. "and my and kidneys did noc work right, but four bottles of Electric Bitters made me fee? 'ke a new man." PRICE v . December. Columbia, 50 CTS. A I ALL DRUG STORES. TfiffS ':i Louisville, Ky. 236 w; Jefferson, St. THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS What's The Matter With Your Baby? know the too is often cause of her child's HI nature. The loudness of its crying- does not necessarily indicate the seriousness of its trouble. It may have nothing more the matter "with it than a headache or a feeling1 of general dullness. It cannot, of tourse, describe its feelings, but as a preliminary measure you are safe in trying a mild laxative. JRlne times out of ten, you will find It Is all the child needs, for its restlessness and peevishness are perhaps due to obstruction of the bowels, and once that has been remedied the headache, the sluggishness and the many other evidences of constipation and indigestion Trill quickly disappear. the "Don't pivenasty little one salts, catharor waters, for these will tic pills purgatives, and they are too act as strong for a child. In the families of tone, BOILING AN EGG. ffeC?SKSXiXS3 wWSJwaP j The youne mother and many an old Mrs. puzzled to M. S. Adams, Auburn, ICy., and Mrs. L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxative given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been found to answer most perfectly all the purposes of a laxative, and Its very mildness recommend it especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generally people who need a gentle bowel and freedom from griping stimulant. Thousands of American families have been enthusiastic about it for more than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a largo bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free Jit charge by simply addressing Dr. W.T3. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Monlicello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. The Daily Louisville s And The Times New You Trouble You Might If It Giv Try John Randolph's Way. The boiling of an egg seems a simple matter, but many a breakfast has been spoiled and many a temper rasped by the cook's failing to observe the precise number of minutes the process should occupy. That very original man, John Han dolph, is said to have invented a method of getting his eggs cooked exactly to his taste that worked perfectly. As is the case in many country homes in the south, the kitchen was in a sep arate building at some distance from the house, and servants were plenty. When the "sage of Roanoke" took his seat at the breakfast table there was a line of servants from the dining room to the kitchen. Mrs. Randolph, the mother of the statesman, held an open watch in her hand. "In!" exclaimed Mr. Randolph, and the word "in" was passed from mouth to mouth until it reached the waiting cook, who dropped the eggs into the .water. After the requisite number of seconds the holder of the timepiece signified that the cooking was done. "Out!" went forth the command in like manner, and the eggs were quick ly removed. The system required six or seven servants to cook one egg, but Rnndoli h was accustomed to declare that the only way that he could got U cooked to suit him. Youth's Compau ion. th-w- WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by AL HENRYJWATTERSON, Editor Is a Nacional Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURtiEON AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH" ONE NEffS YEAR Special Attnetin to Eyes as AN INGENIOUS CLOCK. i you will give or send your order to this Spavin or any sur -- I Fistulo. Poll-evi- l. gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed totake care of stock. Hon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Adair County Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the ' t She campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. W can furnish The Times and The Adair Oounty News both For 4.50 per year Oome to the office or mail in your s u b s cr i p ti o n . Curious Automaton That Was Made In London a Century Ago. One of the most wonderful tiui" :;s keepers known to horologists in London. England, a hundivd made years ago and was sent by the nresl dent of the East India company as a gift to the emperor of China. Tlu case was made in the form uf a chariot, in which was seated the lijan of a woman. This figure was of pure ivory and gold, and the right hand rested upon :i tiny clock, fastened to the side of Portions of the wheels whi $ kept track of the flight of time were hidden in the body of a tiny bird, which had seemingly just alight-- ! upon the woman's finger. There was a canopy above, so r l ranged as to conceal a silver bell. was fitted with a little hamm--al- so of siher. which, although it i jiot appear to have any connect in with the clock, struck the hours ivirsi Iarly and could be made to repeat i a diamond on the woman bodice. In the chariot, at the woman's f- there was a golden figure of a and above were two birds, apparent! flying before the chariot. This beau' .ful ornament was made almost enthv ly of gold and was elaborately adorn-- ' with precious atones. St. Louis s Yr ONBURKSVILLE STREET. I Daily Courier-Journ- al, Joseph B. Stone, Attonev-At-Law Sonday Coarler-Joarn- al, .Yr S2.08 I CJ Will practice in this and adjoining counties. -- f We can give you a combination cut Jamstown, : KentucKy tmm wmmMmmt I rate on Dailv or Sunday if vou will write this paper. - i f. hy Tin-bel- heAdair County News ardWeeK i ) ( ( ur- i Ier Journal both one Year Each y G1K-Democra- i si A - wwmmwwm Toe 1!H'. You will need a Daily paper During the 4 f I II ftnfpcf Arid The Louisville Times will keep you Posted. T" '"" !! r II' TTInifMII I Ml Hill Ml lll'IIMlll II II II IMI !! Hill BUI III III In II j t n g A Nevvr Can Happen Again. :SJU The Montenegrin law which orda. that any found valuable shall be p'.a where the loser can find it reminds of an anecdote told of Grimaldi's gran father in Dickens' Life of the fain.: clown. On one of his visits to Leadi-- : hall market with nearly 100 in g ' and silver upon him "he found that I shoe had become unbuckled and. t.... ing from his ioeket the bag. he pku it upon a neighboring post and thei proceedel to adjust his buckle." H-ing afterward to pay for a purcii. . he missed his bag of gold and hurr'c back to the post where he had buckle his shoe. "Although more than thr,quarters of an hour had elapsed. there 11 remained, safe and untour-lon the top of a pot in the open street " That was in eighteenth century don. Could it happen now? Lonl. Chronicle. . - ttentionS ! . . The Adair County News'oneTyear and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO'DOLLARS. This is your opportunity'if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and moneyto HENRY WATTERSC'N Editor. We - m Canfurri3h Yqi Lr The News, Columbia, Ky. The Adair Cwinty Mews anclj the . AH Persons Who Are Behind One 'Year on our Subscip lion Books A Curious Coincidence. The story of a queer coincidence w.t- told by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. WliMtraveling upon the continent he visiten a certaiu mountain inn, which was. if winter, he learned, occupied only t) two men. These men, prisoned in i waste of snow and ice. had for all no communication with i! world below. Here was a situation to a novelist! And the novelist accom ingly began to let his imagination pi;" about the possiblltes of tragedy si. rounding the two men on their moan tain height. But the story was for. happening to come upi a volume of Guy de Maupassant, whi t was new to him. he found therein, tin der the title of "L'Auberge." the ver story he had meant to write. tha-perionovo-written- I Weekly al Courier-Journ- U. G. JIAROKICS. Pres. J. V COCKE, y. Pres. VS. H. BIETZMATJ. Sec Both One Year For $1.58 We can also give liberal combination rate with Dailv V wn , f jiWulVI! n ESTABLISHED 1361 N. Bml 1 $ sc juuuiv an 1869 K.SSB'MIsi J X? . ., INCORPORATED DEALERS IN :. Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The j- Governm ent The Herons of Andalusia. Of all the birds lie had studied, sn.u W. Farren In a lecture, none showi o conjugal affection in quite the snu' way as the brown backed herons of Andalusia, in Spain. Whenever the hn band relieved his wife at the nest laid bis neck over hers in ; momentary embrace and then took his position while the other bird flew away. The herons never omitted tliN affectionate salutation. London Statu! ard. Cause and Effect. little bump Bin gleton is!" said Hawkes. "I wonder ir he ever gets a glimpse of himself in tli glass." "I guess that's the trouble," saitl Jinks. "He probably uses a magnifying glass." Harper's. "What a conceited ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfflKTeeNTH-MftlLOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work j or Sunday Courier Journal. Com- Yrrite Courier-JournIpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition 'you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper OT to the Courier Journal. al Mm JObBINb WORK. SOLICITED -- 'Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year PKfeSi All Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- - j::. We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week Caller Is your father at home? Lit Daughter What is your name, tell him it is tils please? Caller-J- ust Oe old friend Bill. Little Daughter-Th- en I guess be ain't nt home. 1 heard him Not at Home. The Adair County News and Daily Courier-Journ- al tell mamma If any bill came he wasn't t home. "There could be no better medicine than Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy. My children were all sick with who oping cough. One of theui was in bed, had a high fever and was coughing-ublood. Cur doctor gave them Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy and the Qrst d ose eased them, and three bot ties cured them," says Mrs. Ti. A. Donaldson, of Lexington Hiss. For sale by Paull Drug Co. p 7 TH ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ) IN THE REALM NEW TALES THAT ARE TOLD Definition of a Friend. My Doctor Said "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C " I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to be up and tend to my, duties. I did try Cardui, and soon began, to feel' better. I got able to be up and help do my housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I am able to do my housework and to care for my children, and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough for the benefits I have received." liio THE The first person who comes in when the whole world has gone out. i OF FASHION For the Schoolgirl. chic suit with the loug shawl collar is of a gray mixture material. Sands of dark red cloth outline the collar and cuffs and trim the hem of tho skirt Ornaments of gray brahl are used to fasten the coat. A blouse TAKE The WomarfeToriic W M and benefits of primitive statuettes in the British museumman's very first statuettes for society and solitude. there you would see how tho modern A jewel whose luster the 'girl has improved upon her prehistoric-sister- . The prehistoric girl, these stat- - strong acids of poverty and mis- girl's love of sports. counsel sympathy, help and love. "And how beautiful her open air life One who combinesjf or you alike has made her," said Mr. Davis. "1 .Tvish I could show you some of the the pleasures Could Not Locate Him. A band of credit on which we Richard Harding Davis praised at a dinner in Philadelphia the modern can draw supplies of confidence, L0 U IS Vl LL E TIMES i FOR 191! BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF Cardui is successful because it is made especially for women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to health and happiness. If you sre a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask him. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Outlanoojra Medicine Co., Chattiaooja. Tenn., book, " Home Trestment lor Women," seat tree. J 55 for Special Instrcctiom. and gs ft TH H MM47 Fi m W f J Sb fortune cannot dim. One who multiplies joys, divides griefs, and whose honesty is invoilable. One who loves the truth and you, and will tell the truth in spite of you THEJ LOUISVILLE TIMES S $5.00 A YEAR. The Triple Alliance of the three great powers, Love, Sympathy If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDE and Help. TO US, YOU CAN GET A watch which beats true for all time, and never "runs down." THE ADAIR COUNTY A permanent fortification when one's affairs are in a state of NEWS siege. "I0 YOU 2eK7K lilKE THE ?" 'PASSING OP lt the Time fJBAr CLOTn SUIT. want to keep posted dur ing the Presidential Campaign subscribe for the Courier Journal and Adair If you of dark red crepe de chine embroidered "with dull silver braid is designed to wear with this suit The large black velvet hat adorned with loops of the same 'material is a becoming model to youthful faces. Velveteen and Corduroy. Telveteen and corduroy are used to fashion many smart frocks for street wear. Plain, colors are more frequently used for the velveteen models. They are effectively trimmed with fur, metallic laces, Persian or tapestry embroidery. Velveteen does not adapt itself so successfully to draping as do tho softer velvets, so the skirts are usually plain or with plaited insets. The bodices are Jumper effects, witli guimpes of lace or chiffon. Corduroys in the soft finished quali ties are extensively used. Frocks aud coat suits are developed of this material and seem to find a ready sale. The two toue corduroys In brown and tan, blue and black or black and while are especially favored. In plain colors dark blue, brown, black and burgundy are the shades more frequently used. a hogshead and shoulders and arms as weak and narrow as a little child's. "I hate to see the modern girl, though, neglect her mind in the cultivation of her body. Once, at a tea in Itittenhouse square, Tennyson was beThe link in life's long chain ing discussed and I turned to a tall girl of singular beauty and said: that bears the greatest strain. '"Do you like the "Passing of ArA harbor of refuge from the thur?" ' "Arthur, Arthur?' she mused. Tin sure he isn't a Pennsylvania man. stormy waves of adversity. Where is he playing, Tale or HarOne who considers my need vard? "Detroit Free Press. Grim Virtue. Uettes show, was all hips hips like One who to himself is true, and therefore must be so to you. A balancing pole to him who walks across to tight-rop- e of life. AND THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corp3 of corres County News. . $1.50 if H One Dollar andiFifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly . before my deservings. The jewel that shines brightMayor Woodruff of Peoria was sym pathizing with a reformed character est in the darkness. who, as soon as his reformation became known, was harassed by a band A stimulant to the nobler side of old creditors. "One calls for two," said Mayor of our nature. Woodruff, with a smile. "Our friend A volume of sympathy bound must not only reform himself. He must now pitch in and earn a lot of in cloth. money for his old creditors as well. A diamond in the ring of "It's like the Persian dictum on punc tuality: acquaintance, " 'Be punctual, and, inasmuch as A star of hope in the cloud of none are punctual, learn to be patient also.' " adversity. pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest ma kets reports. WHEN THE LAUGH Only APire Hero. WRAPS FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS. Chinchilla, Cheviot, Corduroy I Courier Journal One Year DEMOCRATIC in politics, bu4 but the crowd cheered, as, with burned hands, he held up a small round this fair to everybody. box, "Pel lows!" he shouted. Bucklen's Arnica Salve 1 hold, has everything- beat for burns." Right! SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPThe Colonel Learned How He also for boiis,iu!ccrs, sores, pimples, Was Regarded as an Author. ec.eraa,cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest TION RIGHT AWAY pile cure. Tt subdues inllammation kills pain. Only 2o cents otPaull WAS ON ROOSEVELT, - ; 1 and Velvet Popular Materials. A marked feature of the coats for children is the use of belts, says the Dry Goods Ecouomist These consist of patent leather, suede or silk sashes. Most of them are put on several inches below the waist line, somewhat in Russian style. While many of the popular numbers are in Norfolk style, others are button ed over the left shoulder and tiuished off with a belt Other favored styles have the single rovers and sailor col lars or are In plain double breasted . Louisville Times an fi OU7 ;K S4.510 ;M9fcaeK&;& ' the physicians were with ColoJust Like Her, nel Roosevelt in Chicago just after he was shot Dr. Golden told the colonel Loss of Life Appalling. that he was one of his favorite auA man down in North Carothors. lina lived with his wife for seven "Which book do you like test':" the colonel asked. What Balkan War is costing years, and during that time he " .'African Game Trails,' " replied the in lives: came to have a very healthy redoctor. "And what part of that book do you Total killed and injured in 33 gard for her physical superiority. like best?" the colonel went on. "Tho illustrations," the doctor re- days of fighting, 150,000. After meekly submitting to all plied promptly, and Colonel Roosevelf 14 Montenegrin s kicking and cuffing that he could October had to admit for once the laugh was on him. take Tushi. Loss: Montenegrins, stand he left home and took up his "While Drug- - Co. aeK)K;K WIRE effect. Corduroys and velvets continue to be among the best sellers of the season particularly in navy, brown and black in sizes from two to six years. In sizes one. two and three years white Is favored.- II 41 iLLWOO 26 INCHES -- FENCE FNCE as HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD will save vou money 'on a 26'inch HOG PROOF ur, stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights recently for coats trimmed with and many beautiful garments of and styles of Ellwood and fcquare Me3h Fences. character are being shown. ' 5BINCH '50INCH long the materials.been considerable inquiry There has Chinchillas are also selling free I j in uavys, browns and grays. Double faced cloths and boucles are being reordered in large quantities. In fact, the demand for many of the fancy ywooleit novelties Is so great that many manji factum's are behind in their deliveries as the mills cannot supply tliem with fur this TTTTUTTVAlW mikch aaaKKaKk(KaaXX))a wwV?555?SJ?2?,S Hardware, Farm Implements and Rooflnfe.v i I DEHLER BROS., i liriHEast Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Red cheviots trimmed with IlrnHon seal, pale blue broadcloth with squirrel A Bomorang. white broadcloth with ermine and brown corduroy with skunk are among Dr. Edwin A. Alderman, the presi the popular combinations that are seen dent of theOniversity of Virginia, tells in the market this story, illustrating the importance Turkish cruiser, Loss; Turkey, A few coats made enUrely of fur are of being careful in criticism: being shown, some of white coney "I knew of a certain instructor In 260. natural and dyed squirrel and mole rhetoric who always impressed upon November 8 Fall of Salonika. skin; also novelty coats of colored his students the necessity of clarity in plushes in navy, golden brown and what they wrote. A young man Greek loss: 2,500; Turk loss, taupe. brought ou one occasion u very careImitation fur Is being used with ex fully prepared essay. " 'A good piece of work, said the hi cellent effect, and plush Is nieeting Ypltb favor. November 11 Fighting about Btructor; "but. Mr. Smithy you stuniM remember to write every sentence s Charmeuse Frocks. that tho most ignoraut person can un- Tehatalja forts. Bulgar loss, Charraeuse Is a favorite material for derstand every word yon put down. loss 20, Q&). the afternoon frock. A charming mod"The young man looked worried and el of navy blue was trimmed with cord- asked anxiously: ' Losses in other battles and ed gray silk. Another model, of taupe '" .WJiat part of my. essay was not colored charmeuse bad-- ' trimmings of clear ' t'd" yon, prof escdr? " Popular. skirmishes vgp. to, :make up the ' king's, blue.; . Magazine;- 4,-00- Adams' Wit. Professor Adams of Cambridge university, England, who discovered the planet Neptune, was a distinguished proof that a man may have his head among the clouds and still keep a ready wit for mundane occasions. At a dinner of the Philosophical so ciety one of the company was concluding an after dinner speech about the activities of the society for the lat year. lie pointed to the book of lying on the table near him, adding: "But of all the proceedings this yesu gentlemen, you will agree with me that one of the best is this (waving his hand at the assembeld diners) phllo sophical proceeding-.- ' "Illustrated with plates!" flashed out Professor Adams to his neighbor at table. Coruhill Magazine. 1,500 Turks, 6,fl00. Bulgarians captured Mustapha Pass, Loss: Bulgarians, 2,000; Turks, 8,000. October 20 Bulgarians being attack on Adrianople: Losses in the battles about Adrianople are estimated: Bulgarians, 15,000, Turks, 30,000. October 24 Greeks take city October 19 ofServia. Loss: Greeks, 2,000; Turks, 3,000. . October 26 Servains copture Uskub, Loss: Serbs 1,500; Turks 3,200. sink November. 1 Greeks residence at the home of a farmer about seven miles distance. One day he was working in the field, when his employer brought him the message that some one wanted to sp"ak to him over the telephone, presumably hi3 wife. He didn't disobey the authority of 'the woman, even at a distance, and he hurried to answer the call. He had no experience with the telephone, and it was with wonder an,d hesitation that he pick--. ed up the receiver. About that time lightning stuck the line and and the shock, threw him to the floor. 0.' Rising from the floor with a look of amazement, and with a dubious look at the instrument, he said softly: "I'll be if it wasn't her. dog-gon- ed The boy's appetite is often the source og amazement. - .'',.- -- - gigantic sacrifice.of 150,000 lives. Drug Co. have such an appetite take Chamberlain's Tablets, They, not only create a healthy appetite, but strengthen the stomach and enable it to doits work naturally. For sale u Paull If you would y 8 sL Gr adyville. 1 THE. ADAUtfCOUNTY NEWS corn in this part of county, and the yield is not as good as it was thought to be. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith's lit- le son, Wyatt, who has been very sick is better at this writing. Miss Ruth Squires made a fly- ing trip to Milltown last week. Bro. Levi has been carrying on a good meeting at Smith's Chapel, there was quite a number additions to the church and lotsjof good done. Mrs. John R, Cundiff who has been very sick is' able to go about her room. Mrs. Pollard, of Milltown, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Shepherd, sliped and fell last Sunday night and sprained her hip and had to be taken home. Mrs. Pollard is a very old lady and we hope she is not hurt very bad. Misses Ruth and Annie Liz Squires were visiting in Green county last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Combest little boy, Coy, who has dip- theria is better at this writing. Mr. Pink Dunbar and Lays Young were in this neighborhood to see their best girls last Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Browning, of Bliss, were visiting at George Todd's last Sunday. Luther Smith sold his crop of tobacco to Mr. Bunk Gill for 3 and 6 cents around and delivered it at Greensburg to the loose in a meeting at Red Lick this f week. Rev. J. C. Campbell of this place has been assigned the charge at Creelsboro and Grider Chapel. We understand that he will preach at the former on the second Sunday and the later on the fourth Sunday in each Bird hunting is the topic of the day. JMr. J. D. Walker, of Colum- bia, was here the first of the week. Lee Flowers spent last Saturday and Sunday in Columbia, Edgar Diddle was on the sick ' list a few days of last week. Judge N. H. Moss, of Columbia, spent one day last week on his farm near here. J. H. Smith spent a day or so at Greensburg last week shipping hogs. Everet Cook sold last week two turkeys that brought him 16.10. ATTENTION FARMERS and TIMBERMEN Kentucky. month. J. F. Pendleton shipped a car load of hogs to the Louisville market last week. Alfred Parson and family visited relatives in the Portland community last Saturday and .Sunday. Will Jones and family who have been living at McGregor, Texas, for the past five years, Mrs. A. D. Stotts was sick the first of the week but is some better at this writing. The people of the Greenbriar community are building a new church. Work is progressing nicely and they hope to have it completed within the next fewi weeks. G. G. Campbell sold a milch cow to Elroy Roe for $27.50. J. M. Campbell did business at Columbia last Wednesday. Until further notice, we will pay the the following prices for SPLIT very HICKORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair County, Spljt Hickory Spokes 30in. Long Price per On Heart Igin. x I gin. x Depth Length 30 in. M Pieces lg 2- - A&B $14.00 12.00 18.00 C in. in. in. . lg-- in. 26 26 26 $8.00 6.00 10.00 in. in. in. lgin. x x x x 30 in. 30 in. lin. 2 2 2in. 2 J in. 21 in. in. 16.00 35.00 28.00 9.00 18.00 15.00 D $6.00 5.00 7.00 6.00 AH wanted 30 in long, shorter lengths taken only to save timber have landed here safe andsound, and expect to make this their future home. Geo, E. Nell and All spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or Shell Baric Hichory, Spokes that are brash, While running the edger at dso containing defects such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks and short crooks will be classed ascu"-- . the saw mill at this place last These Spokes must be full in length and the 30 in. is wanted. All Spokes smaller than I g x 12 x 30 in. long will Wednesday evening, Millerd Stotts in some way let the saw be classed as 26 in. or culled, depending on size. All Spokes too small for lg x 1 x 26 in. will be classed at the price of "C" grade of this size or culled. catch his left hand and before he could remove it the hand was Split Second Growth White Oak Spokes, 30 in Long very badly lacerated. An artery On Heart Depth Length C A&B was cut and the wound bled very 3 in. x 2 In- 30 in. $30.00 $12.00 freely before it could be dressed. 31 in. x 21 in. 30 in. 45.00 20.00 Cane Valley. The A and B grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes wilj admit of one third or less sap timber in size: J. A. Diddle 800 2x3 "in. and larger, if the spokes are free from all other defects, tough and heavy. one-thir- madeqn their farms over bbls., of corn this season. Col. Jim Todd of Romine, was here on business last -- Wednesday. The C grade takes in Spokes that are more than Second Growth White'Oakshowing a good growth. d sap timber, but both grades must be split from Remember Thanksgiving services at Union. Every body invited to attend. Phillip Sherrill, of Green river section, visited his father and family, Mr. A. T. Sherrill, last Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Florence Shirrell, who spent the Summer with her brother and sister at Lebanon, returned home last week. Will Burris made a trip through this section one day ol last week and bought over 500 pounds of turkey at 13 cents pound preparation per for Thanksgiving Day. Uncle Buck, Cook, who made a trip to Hart rounty, a few weeks ago, traded for a very valuable work horse and mule. He says he would trade them if he could get' the right kind of a deal. Miss Mollie Flowers entertained quite a number of her friends from Columbia, last week, in Mr. Jim Griffin a highly respected old gentleman who lived Don't Split Brash Timber Into Spokes, as we cannot use them. Spokes that are brash, also pieces containing worm holes, knots, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. leaf house. Ernest Cundiff sold one milk cow to Judge Herriford for 26 Mr. Eugene Grasham shipped a car load of fat cattle to Louisville last week. honor of her visiting friend, Miss Laura Howard, of Russell-villKy. e. Mrs. S. Simmons accompanied Miss Clarice Stotts home last Friday afternoon, and spent Saturday and Sunday at her home. Charlie Sparks and Strong Hill trade horses every .once in a while. Nat Walker spent last day night and Sunday in bia. Satur-- " Colum- Tilden Wheeler, of Sparksville, was in our midst last Friday and informed us that all the tobacco in their section was about sold at .prices ranging from 6 to 9 cents per pound. These prices are very encouraging to the farmers. We take it that there is a much larger crop of tobacco in this section this year than there was last, and from the present prices the quality and color are iamly superior. " Mr. Herschel Sherrill and fam- lly, who have b.een living at Mc- -' -- Gregor, Texas for the past year or so, landed with us a few days ago. . Rnssell Creek. . Farmers are busy gathering trells creek, which resulted in EVERYTHING IN the conversion of five. Mr. J. P. Cundiff was in Greensburg last week on busiMiss Pearl Pelley who'has been ( x very sick for some time hast ness. about recovered. There was a gentleman through this part of the country Mr. O. L. Ellis, of Casey coun-- . ty, made a business trip to; AsnhAlt. , getting up a rual free delivery ' week, , UuKKai - fioKro T 5 MYW, mail, and said he thought it A. A. Cowherd lose his Liberty last Saturday. would be no trouble to get it up, pocket book last week containing! Mr. Jas. Pelley has returned it will cross the Burk bridge and between $300 and $400. j from the West to his old Kent- Also Elw.ood and American Fence. to Camp Knox and to Cane Val-- j Mr. j. B. Watson bought a! ky home, ley back to the pike to Columbia, Miss Mary Lay, of Garlin, is ved to farm near Eunicend '" we hope this anterprise will go same visiting friends and relatives in last week. through. . thi? community M R Feese who Mrs. Lncian Turner was quite thoughfc tQ The sale of tne late E1Ia Richj have gmall pox j8 im CO. sick last week but is reported jproving. Mr. Feese is at a loss 'was well attended, things bring-bettIncorporated at this writing. 6 Caat Mather Street, Between first and Brook to knQW how he caughfc smaH pox mg Hgh prices Miss Hattie Conover and a as he had not been away from Miss Hattie Weir, of Webbs X Louisville, Ky. Miss Sallee, of Disappointment, nome. Rnjids. visited her grandmother. were visiting Miss Sally Ray The bird hunters are not meet- -' Mrs. S. A. Dickinson, last Satur - Saturday and Sunday at Home, j ers sister, Mrs. Retta HancocI; She was accompanied by Miss last Monday. " "Sl-- Mt,L wce ing with any success, the quail is day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd scarce and the farmers have for- Mr. W. D. Cunningham wasjFlora Hovions, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hadley , wclc vkhuiuj xneiiu aim ieia-- Dltlden tnem trom hunting. community last, Mrs. Georee Walker ' snent- spent visitinc in this -" last Sunday at Mr. O. M. " " ' tives at Milltown last Saturday Sunday. of last week with several Jim Woodrum attended his Satnrday and Bault's. and Sunday. mothers funeral at Merrimacj Mr. Mack Rubarts and Miss sor, - :. C. E. Walker. Mrs. J. J. Hnmphress and Mrs, Miss Mary Todd will return to last Sunday. Bertha Lay eloped to Tennessee Mrs. Wilbur Beard visited her n n n..-j- :x .. m Cincinnati the 29th where she! Louard Smith of Louisville and last week and were married. uuuut"' or "ire Haute aunt Mr3 j. D. Eubank, last1 has a good position. jlnd., visited their mother, Air, jCIeve Thomas ojrCorbillf are Their many friends wish them! Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E wing Cundiff, here for a ten days hunt. So joy and happiness. Messrs Cleveland Hovious andiRetta Hancock for the past tw of Coburg, were visiting at Geo.Jfar they are not having much Ahorse and buggy belonging George Eubank, of Pulaska coun-- ! weeks Todd's last Saturday night and success. to Leslie Combest, ran away a ty, are yisiting the formers Sunday. few days ago, throwing out S. brother, Mr. A. Hovious, of this Dunnville. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hutchison Li. Dickinson, J. F. Pelley and place. were shopping in Columbia last Ford. The buggy was Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Russell, of Farmers are busy gathering Herschel Friday. wrecked, but no other damage Columbia, visited relatives in corn. resulted from the run away. this section a few days of last vDirigo. Everybody around here seems week. to be well satisfied with the re- Knifley. than ai t, or comra.ta Ter" Kl Mr. Ed Lee Williams and ..i. .u .. Mrs. Booth Hovions is on the Collin L,mm family and Mrs. Albert Enelandl iin::c 1 price lis! ?;jMr- - Luke Lay is getting along sick list at this wring. 1 SA3EL 4. SONS 'h3 and two children, of Hart county Miss Judelle Robertson spent ' 3. 33 E. asrtet St USSfllLE. - 0aim in FUKS. HIDES, WOOC K7 Wt visiting relatives at this place well with his stave work. U are Mr. and, Mrs. W. Feese also week with her sister, Mrs. last this week. . Mr. J. D. Jones who has been E. V. Humphress. Mr. and Mrs, G. B. Watson spent Mrs. Ellen Bennettrhas moved selling goods at Pellyton for the JMr. H. B. Ingram, of Colum- last Saturday .and Sunday at ther, Mfr. and Mrs. past 3 years, has removed to his in the house with bia, visited his daugnter, AMrsl uncle's, Mr. Will Dulworth, who J. W. McClister of this place, she farm in this community. J. C. Gose, last Saturday night lives near Mt. Carmel. CK P. $MYTHE being the monther of Mrs. McJoe Thomas has moved to his and Sunday. Clister. Tor Mr. J. R. Beard visited his farm that he purchased from Mr. and Mrs. J. 'W. Absher R. L. Campbell was on the IRE INSURANCE Tom Lay, Mr. Lay has moved to visited the Iatters parents, Mr. niece, Mrs. - John , Christie, last " r t days the first of sick list a few' , Colnmbia. and Mrs. A. G. Wheeler, last Saturday and Sunday. and the week. Thursday. REAL ESTATE Mrs. Mattie Dunbar an1 Mrs. Rev. Crit Baker recently held place is Rev. Joe Stotts of this a very successful revival on Lut-- Miss Mary Garnett spent' last Flossie Dunbar visited the form ' atTampico died last Tuesday. T. I. Smith shipped two lots of fine turkeys last week. Mr. Finis Cundiff moved to his home he purchased of Mrs. S.-Rice last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs Sherrod Murrell, Jr., of Louisville, are visiting the Iatters sister, Mrs. Ed Van Hoy, who is quite sick. Jake Van Hoy who is now in the mill business at St Marys was at home on a visit last L. Will Commence Receiving the 10th of October. All Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. For further particulars call on or address, THE ADAIR SPOKE E. G. Wethington, Mgr. CO. Columbia, Ky. HOOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. jn ; (irVPl uaivauiACU and Printed. ! j ' j er . I12-M- ; i ! " j I .- a-h- er ' I , j j ( ' ; , ; ! i; ; VI j j - S7-i3-3- 1 I ( X 4 v "N V