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To the Editor of the Adair County: News: Prof. Dudley, who is teaching the MtZioh school in the district near Crocus, lias set a example that all the other teachers in the county would do well to follow. When 1 would call on his school to talk sanitation to the children he would always seem deeply interested in all the snbjects talked about. The State Board of Health has sent out,Bulletins on the subject of the diseases which are becoming in Kentucky, so common, and Prof. Dudley has been studying these bulletins and especially the one on the hook worm disease, until he has undertaken to rid his school of these pests. He called the patrons and parents of the school together, audlaid the case before them, tellingthem about from the hookworm disease. He got them interested in the matter, and at once proposed to second any effort that he might make to help the sanitary condition of the children. The Prof, gathered 20 or 30 specimens rom that many suspected children and sent them to the state bacteriologist, and had them analyzed, and six of them were found to be effected with hookworm, and several others were found to be effected with other kinds of worms, one a tape worm, !Now these children can all be restored to health, and instead of being dull children as they have been accused of being, they will be as bright as any in school. Rowttiisis a noble workoC Prof, Dudley," and one that ought to be followed by other teachers iu the county, and all the counties round about. I hope it will be done. Respectifully Yonrs, U.L. Taylor, the-danger- Eloped to Tennessee. A telephone message Sunday night from Mr. W. R. Lyon, Campbellsville, to Mr. R. F. Paull, this place, stated .that it was generally believed at the former town where Miss Ruth Paull, daughter of Mrs. Lena PauH,thiscity, was visiting, that the young lady and Mr. Sam Burdette, a young trader of Marion county, who frequently visits Columbia, had eloped to Tennessee, as Gov. W. S. Taylor Married r n i n 1 There is something peculiarly sad in People by the score looked over the Mr. W. M. Lowery, a n many register at the Hancock Hotel last j ert,"er man' Was here ,ast week' I thousands have been moved to tears Sunday. The most consplclous names air. w. p. unnally made his regwere those of W. S. Taylor aud wife, Capt W. W. Bradshaw, Known to when reading Dickens' pathetic of the death of little Nell. Indianapolis, Ind. It was soon learn- ular trip to Columbia last week. Every Body in Adair County For the information of friends and ed that W. S. Taylor was none other Mr. E. B. Williams, Danville, was as some little solace to the bereaved Crosses the Divide. than the Republican candidate for here a few days ago. parents, I want to write briefly of a Governor of Kentucky eleven years Mr. J. A. Russell, Campbellsville, child whose young life went out when ago, and who was declared elected, but was at- the Hancock Hotel a few days scarce begun. v they had left Campbellsville in a bug- who was ousted in a contest instituted ago. FUNERAL SERVICES FRIDAY MORNING. Louise Falkenburg Phelps, oldest gy together and the information Mr. by Wm. Gobel. daughter of Loren O. andEflie Phelps, Got, Taylor reached Columbia last Mr. Herbert Cuudiff, son of Mr. Lyon received after their departure, was born March 11, 1904 and died Friday night and Saturday morning Hardin Cundiff, who is employed in warranted him in the opinion that the The subject of tins article finished a October 22, 1912, at the age of eight couple had left for the purpose of get- he left for Russell count', and on Sun- Louisville, visited his parents and long and usef al carreer last Wednes- years, seven months and eleven days. day he was married to Mrs. Nora My- other relatives in Adair county last ting married. day morning at 5 o'clock. His death The child had been sick for .some Doubtless, that by the time this pa- ers, whose maiden name was Lawless, week. was peaceful and it was not a sur- days with tonsilitis, but when her faper reaches our readers they will hava returning to Columbia in the afterprise to his many friends of this com- ther was at home from his school on Prof. W. M. AVilsou came over from been to gretna green and returned and noon. munity, as his condition was known to Sunday, her condition was not so Monticello Thanksgiving, meeting This marriage is the fourth venture received forgiveness. have been criticahTor more then ten alarming as to prevent his return to - The bride is quite young in her for Mrs. Taylor. She was first mar- many of his' Columbia friends, and afc days. Jle realized that his departure school. sixteenth year, and was in school at ried to Lee Floyd, from whom s e night witnessed the basket ball game, was rapidly approaching, and talked On Tuesday she was tnuch 'worse. this place. She is the oldest daughter seoarateu in n. vnrv slinrfc f imo nrri' aionuceiio against Lindsay-Wilsofreely with his pastor, telling him of Pneumonia had developed, and liar ri(iay Mr Wilson and her littles of Mrs, Lena Paull, and was quite several years thereafter they were re his willingness to bid farewell to father hurried home in response to a married and again separated, Latr daughter, Melvina, who visited here popular with all her Columbia assoearthly loved ones, knowing that his telephone message, reaching her bed.t cnvfli'nl ii'Anlf. cci.3, iiuuuiiiuiiuieil JTOl. ciates. Her marriage was a great sur- she went to Greenwood. Ind.. whew preparation had been accepted, and side only in time to hear her say: prise, but her numerous friends trust she met and married a man named Wilson on His return trip Iiome. that when his soul left the body it "Father, don't cry, I will soon be that the event will bring to her much Myers, who.a few years later, was shot Mrs. Bottie W. Butler will leave foe would be received in that celestial well.'' A few minutes later she wlrts-perehappiness, and that her early marriage and killed by his brother-in-laIt' Lexington this week where she will city beyond the skies. "Mother, I can't- - talk to you will prove a blessing to all concerned. was in Greenwood where it is supposed apend the winter with her sister, The deceased was born at Mont-pelje- r, any more," and her young life went n The groom is about Co- that Gov. Taylor first met Mrs. Myers. Mrs. Ella Dixon. this county, June 14, 1837, mak- out. The couple left here Monday in an m ,,! lumbia where he has been a successi years and five ing him seventy-liv- e r. Louise was a bright," sweet child, "m ful mule buyer for several years, and automobile,'anditisthe I' a ' months and a few days old when the and a general favorite. week's Atthe home where he has made many warm, per- rnrrHmxw,af. ih.wcfi,ai.i.,rn5,leL.w,n.arrive for end came. visit this (Tuesday) afternoon. They serafternoon and at the tention to i.0.,MncM. sonal friends. Capt. Bradshaw had beeli reasonably that next day strong men, funeral . win stop at at the home of Mr-- and vice unused to While here several gentlemen, who Mrs. successful in life, and was ever ready tears, wept for the loss of H.N.Miller. their little know Governor Taylor well,, met and "to help the needy, and he was a willShot Wife to Death. friend. The services were conducted Mr. J. II. Turk: 0f Rarren county, conversed with liira. ing giver to advance the cause of by Brother Tarter, of the Methodist; nephew of the late Capt. W. W. Brad Christ. For a number of years he enchurch. J. L. D. Gebert, of the Middleburg haw, was with his uncle several days Sunday-schogaged in work, perhaps COMMISSIONER'S SALE. In school Louise was well along in secton of Casey county, shot and killliefore the end came, remaining until organized more schools tlian any J;he4ourtii grade. ed his wife at their home Wednesday excepafter the funeral and interment. other one man In "Kentucky. White J tional good reader. She wassail night and has 'been arrested and Watching her fathus engaged his 'field was principally Mrs. Lou F. Miller, left for Minplaced in jail.' He claims that it was ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT in Eastern Kentucky, going to that ther in his studies of English Liternealth Officer. an accident but eye, witnesses to the OF KENTUCKY. neapolis, Minn , last Friday and will ature, she was able to name many of section when there were but few spend the winter with her son, Mr-Rupe &e Plffs., .) tragedy declare that he shot her deli- Hettie church buildings' aud very few religi- the leading authors and the time in W. Miller. vs J. Surprise Birthday. berately after she had entered ia a Kizzie Mary Rupe &c which they lived and wrote. ous organizations. Dfts., ) Since he comSuch a loss seems irreparable. It quarrel he was having with some men The above styled Mrs. P. I). Ixeilson and her little menced to blaze the way .churches and may aotion having been who were present. It is said Mrs. have been best, but it is hard for A most delightful day was spent school houses have been dotted al anysortof referred to me to advertise for and daughter, Mary Fleming, returned at Gebert sought to prevent philosophy or any kind of Mr. C. her hus- take proof of cla.iina against the es- from the Soutii last Friday. over that section of the State. ' E. Claycomb Saturday 3iov. He was not only liberal in Church faith to reconcile those whose whose 23, in honor of Mrs. Claycomb 37th band from having trouble with the tate of A. K. Kupe, deceased. I will Messrs R. E. Lloyd and J. L. Story,, home seems so dilferent now. Some- anniversary. Everybody had a royal men. He was drinking and bacame receive claims and take proof .of same Jamestown, were here last Friday. affairs, but was ever ready to lend his time. perhaps, we'll understand.. time, and the table was loaded with irritated and turned and shot her at my office in Columbia, JCy., irom assistance and give of Ids means to enMr. W. It. Lyon, was here the la.G-L. P. was instantaneous. the 4th day of good things to eat. Those present down. Death terprises that had for their object the December, 1912, All ter part of last week. were: W. K. Bradshaw, wife and She was just 24 years of age. Before persons having claims are directed to bettering of Columbia and, Adair' " What Advertising Cost. Alriu Lyon, of Campbellsville, spent county. daughter, J. W. Moran a,nd wife, Mrs. her marriage she was Miss Evans. present the same yropqrly proven. i several days of last week in Columbia. ' J. E. Stotts, Mrs. E. M. Stanles and W. A. Coffey, Master Com., Adair Wheu the war between the States f Basket Ball Game. Circuit Court. For the beuefitof those who some two children, Mrs. S. Simmons, andj Mr. U. If. Holt, was here from uiuftu uui, ne espuusea cue cause oi the iNorth enlisted the Union army time complain that advertising cost baby, Mrs. Robert Todd, Mrs. E. Campbellsville a tew days ago. and served gallantly until discharg- too much, we give for the benelit of Wilkes, Mrs. A. J. Stotts, Mrs. S. The Monticello Basket Ball Team, A Good Yield. Messrs R. T. Baker and L. I . Potts, Cain, Misses Annie Montgomery, Eva accompanied ed. by a number of our patrons the foil wing figures. of Amaudaville, were in Columbia avuout uie ume ne reached his ma , A single page in a single issue of Bradshaw, Mamye and Mattie Moran, "rooters," reached here last Thursday Mr. C S. Harris is not a member of Saturday, on their return from the jority he made a profession of his faith (the Century magazine taken for ad-i- n Mary and Georgia Todd, Sarah Cain forenoon. The team landed in line Christ, uniting with the Cumber--. vertising purposes costs i $500, in Georgia and Willie Moran, Ruth and shape for a match game against the the boys corn club, he makes no Blue t.rass section boys, and at 7:30 claims of being a scientific farmer or land Presbyterian Church, in which Harper's 400: in other prominent Master Paull Stotts. This day will be Lindsey-Wilso- n Mr. 1'niuk 1HU, of Moutioello, spent o'clock the bell was tapped and the of bringing to light new theories in several days of last week in Colnmbia, organization he was faithful until the j magazines from $350 down to $100. A long remembered by all present. contest opened. agriculture, bnt firmly believes that visitin relatives. Union, aud since that time until his yearly advertisement of one column in death he was a Killing Elder in the the Chicago Tjibune costs 520,000: in Rev. J. ir. Chandler, pastor of the It was interesting throughout, but doers, rather than theories, will solve Mr. l'red Hill, va.s in Louisville and Presbyterian Church, this place. the New York Tribune $29,000 for the Methodist Church, preached the it was soon discovered that the visit-iiTg the problem of larger yield, better Cincinnati last week, purchasing team was too heavy for the local, kept farmsand more profitable return. Christmas supplies for His death brought sorrow to many lowest rates and $85,900 for the highest Thanksgiving sermon at the Presbythe Paull Drug homes, and all hearts are in the rates; in the Xew York Herald the terian church. lie was greeted by a and when the game ended the score A good portion of his time was spent Co. sympathy for his aged compan- cost for the lowest rates is $38,203 and large audience, and the sermon stood 13 to 0 in favor of the Monti- on the farm last summer and he reMr. .lotsn Q. Alexander, was here ion. There was some hard ports that every acre he cultivated in $350,000 for tligiiighest priced column. abounded in trutljs. iuterspirsed with cello boys. corn made more than 50 bushels, while last Saturday. The funeral services were held in Yet one can see that these papers are some wholesomeand timely admoni- playing, but good humor prevailed. A large crowd witnessed the contest, his 8 acre field, in front of his dwellthe Pgesbyterian church Friday always full of advertising matter, even tions s. The speaker announced that Mr. J. Boner, IJuniaide," was at morning at 10 o'clock, conducted by at these enormous prices. Won't tlus he had spent no time in preparing a and when the visiting team left Sat- ing, weighed out 91 bushels per acre. the Hancock Hotel Saturday. his pastor, lie v. .1. R. Crawford, as- make the man feel funny who pays special discourse, but his utterances urday morning for Russell Springs to Heavy rains damaged this field, very sisted by his former pastor, KeV. W. $10 a year for advertising and struts convinced his hearers that he needed engage in another contest, the local much in early spihig,which, as "he Mr. J, P. Dohoney. Sr.. who was n. C. Sandidge, of Greeusburg. The about town posing as liberal adver no preparation. 'He is a man who boys gave them the glad hand, promis- thinks, prevented him from making quite sick ;ast week, has about recover-echurch was hlled with friends, many tiser keeps up with the progress of this ing to meet them in Monticello at an 20 barrels per acre, the quantity he leaving their homes in the country to Mr. Edwin Cravens made a visit, to had planned to produce. country and he cited many things for earfyvdate. j Georgetown, pay their respects to the honored Lexington and Louisville whice we should be thankful one Fit His Case Exactly. Birthday Dinner. dead. last week. unprecedented prosper"vVhen father was sick about six Eloped to Tennessee. After services all that was mortal of years ago he read an udvertisemeut of ity of the nation in the way of crops, Miss Sibyl Courts of Greeusburg, thisirood man was lniil m voct-- . in tua Chamberlain's Tablets in the papers health, etc. On last Tuesday thev2tth inst. the spent Thanksgiving here with Miss city cemetery. Peace to his memory, that fit his case exactly,'' writes Miss j neighbors and friends of Mr. and Mrs Last Wednesday night Mr. Ira Leontine Laachmau.who accompanied sympathy for the surviving loved Margaret Campbell of JTt. Emith, Ark. Cathrine Williams, of color, moth-- n- - Simpson celebrated the 26th Yauijrhan. a n vnimo- mnn her to Greeusburg Friday but returned ones. of Prof. Parker Jackraan, d:iy of their daughter, Hattie.lt-wa- s "He purchased a box of them and 'he about Cane Valley, and Miss Mattie Sunday. There were many Mowers. has not been sick since. My sister eaa who lives on Bouiar Heights, will be a,so the 14th birthday of her cousin, Callison, daughter of Mr. ad Mrs., ir. Mont Murrell and Miss Mattie stomacji trouble and was also benetit--! one hundred years old if she lives un-- 1 Levonia Sullivan who shared in the Bruce (Allison, same locality, eloped .j Elliott., sncnt Saturday aiKl Sunday Could Shout Por Joy ed by them.'" For sale by all dealers. til. the ISth of next April. She is the 1'Pnor of the occasion, to Tennessee, where they were mar-- , with friends it Caseys Creek. "1 want to thank you from the bot mother of 'fifteen' children, and her1 The table was spread wjth inviting ried some time during the day Thurstom ol my heart, wrote C. B. llader, t it was reported over town last Fri- i:nmd children and irreat o Messrs. Ward Denton, Jack Beard, srrand child-- 1 delicaties, which was served to 70 day. Friday evening they returned,, of Lewisburg, W. Va., "for the day that Mr. Hugh llichardsou's ma- len number two hundred. She was guests Misses Cary Uosenfield and Mary received forgiveness, being warmly wonderful double benefit I goo from chine was wrecked , near Louisville born and reared in Green county; but The occasion was one of good will, welcomed by Breeding motored to Lebanon Sunday. their relatives Electric Bitters, in curing me of both while en route to the city from this has made her home here with hersou-in-la- and the day was enjoyably spend by all friends. They are now happily and sitMiss. Ruth raull spent the Thanksa severe case of gtomach trouble and place, andtbaCa traveling man, who for quite a number of years. present. uated in Cane Valley. giving holidays with Miss Elizabeth of rheumatism.Vaom which I had been was one of the passengers got badly Her mind is good, but she has been Durham of Campbellsville. . We wish to reduce our stock and are an almost helpless sufferer for ten huri. Mr. Richardson returned Sun- rather feeble for several days. A lai-gbarn which was owned by Miss Pearl llindmati stient several years. It suited my case as though day night., stating that there was no nowselling our goods at Jow prices. Dr. A. Y Cartwright, Yorkville, days of loit week wIUl relatives at made just for me." For dyspepsia, truth in the report; that the radius Foils A Poul Plot c iKKumcuLUic mtcsu auj ica Smith nnmllfin. vv.n Pm.c.mwl by fire 1 WW W..W. ...... .... W..J.l.V. ..I indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the on his'machinegot out of fix, that no When a shameful plot exists I t una uiumieu 1...4- - season euu recently. Also two outhouses burned, Mill town. imi.suu system of kidney poisions that cause one was hurt, and the auto was not tween liver and bowels to cause dis- prices. AJso all kinds of novelties in r f i.. j.ji. t" luessrs. tt in inauie, iiycou jjarues Four mules, a large quantity of com,a rheumatism. Electric Bitters have no damaged. He drove the same machine tress by refusing to act, take Dr. feathers, llowers, ban'ds etc. Come lot of hay and roughness. The loss iy and Arvest Hill attended the basket equal. Try them. Every bottle is back home. King's Xew Life Pills, and end such and take advantages of the special estimated at several thousand dollars. ball game at Russell Springs Friday guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50 cents abuse of your system. They gently sales this week. loser is a brother of Dr. W. F. The Miss Mollie Jeffries was quite sick All Odd;Eel!ows in good standing compel right action of stamach, liver at Paull Drug Co. Mrs. Atkins & Price. Cartwright, this place. last week. are requested to be at the lodge room and bowels, and restore your health next Thursday night. Important,and and all good feelings. Congressman Ben Johnson says that 25c at Pauil Mrs. Jo .Murray, who was quite sick A large class received the Shriner's Cured pf Liver Complaint visitors will'be here to assist the local Drug Co. he has decided to recommend for postlast week, has greatly improved. Tiegree and made the journey'Over "1 was suffering with liver corn- master at Campbellsville Mr. W. I. the hot sands to Mecca" in Louisville, lodge. All members who have been plaint," says Iva Smitn of Point i Messrs. ,C. E. McClellan and B. B. elected for the aegrees must be presDr. Wm. Voils, whose name has Meader, and for the Tiebanon ollice Thanksgiving night. Among the no- G. R. Reed. X. G. ent. heretofore appeared in the iNews,. Col. John B. Wathan. Mr. Meader Blank. Texas, "and decided to try a Miller, of Bur'kesville, were here laun. txioies who mane me journey were .-i giving his age,' "will be 104 years old was reared.in Columbia'. The father 2oc box of Chamberlain's Tablets, and day. Gov. J. B. McCreary and Attorney, am happy to say that I am completely W..E. GeneralJas. Garnett. An elaborate Rev, J. 11. Crawford will nut fill his his next birthday. His hair is per- of Col. Wathan's wife, Judge Colum-bi- a cured and can reccommend them to Miss Ivy Sherrill aud her married regular appointment at the Presbjc-teria- n fectly black, not a gray hair on his Russell, was also a native of banquet followed, given in. the Seel-bac- h sister, of Taylor county, are visiting every one." For sale by all dealers. church next Sunday, but will head, but what is most remarkable? winter garden. their aunt, Mrs. Mary T. Harvey." preach at the morning hour in this twenty 'years ago his head was sprink- - f Notice. Mr. G. C. Holt, who is a brother-in-la- Taken . up as Estray. church the third Sunday. At the led with gray hair. His mind .is good While the county roads are compar- j evening hour, same day, he will fill (the and' he works a little every day. .to. the woman Gov. W. S. For the next few days we will pay There is , ablack yearling' steer on Taylor, of Indiapapolis, married, was atively good at this time, is the po- pulpit at the Baptist church. ' 13 cents for good, fat "turkeys, Rnsh-thetent reason why they should be work-e- d my place. Jleen there since July. The here Monday to see the couple take ' The members of the Baptist Church in. .. v now. Wheu the rains come ma"ny the automobile. owner'caii.have b,y paying expenses. Foxes Wanted; j will gladden the hearts of the Sunday- Jas. N. Norris,Son & Co. , If tle highways will become almost .Jerry Cravens, SUIiULM UUI1U1C11 VJIUJatllUiLS BVB. LI IB impassable.. The overseers should Misses 'Vic Hughesand Myrtle ZimK DunvilleKy. The extreme dry weather has been merman, visited at Georgetown, Dannotify their hands and get to business. I Grey Foxes $2.50, Bed JToxes' $5.00: children will nieet at the church. Minks 8(.00 to $8.00 each; Coons $1.25, unusually severe on small grain and ville and Lexington last week. The figures made us say, last week, and express, bend name of your ex your corn is not in 'the crib you grass and unless sown very earjy, If The pupils.who are attending school press office in first letter. Mr. Tom Waggener, wir and llttja have massed the finest season for much seed perished. The chances are that the big log reported contained W. T. Hodgen, liere were given a. vacation gathering ever known in ibis part of that receeding will be necessary, next 12,228 feet of lumber when the state- - son, Edwin, and MjjL Ellen Holladay ' Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. spring, to get a stand of grass. are on au'exten jBisit to Oklahoma, ,.j ment should have been 1,228, feet. the county. &&3&& i well-knowac-cou- NENT CITIZEN. Personal - s n. ! "'" d, w. , well-know- -- r ol E. -- ten-mere- st d. ! i - 1 birth-er-in-la- w well-know- - ! I I I ! w e 1 1 .i ! I I w , 5-- 2t - '.- -' j T ! i t' . . R; -- 4r jv S k A ."' tiwv v VVI " t rC& r U.x: f? frTL . M " f l t fW t i - ." J . V J ' l"- 1- ' .' ' . V .1' 1 THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Suggestions Tor Wedding Presents. What IS 'Beyond Uealtl. ofWhallen influence in Louis-- J HOW, WHEN AND WHY j JESUS IS GOD'S GIFT State, ville and elsewhere in the '(Lexington Correspondent Cin- - and that they really mean to give A sick man turned to his doc (Ruth Cameron in Louisville Times.) A SECOND ADVENT TO ALL HUMANITY, To the person with a large cirsufficient of it to keep him in tor, who was leaving the room ) him ri nnati Ena uirer. cle of friends the problem of a Though former. Congressman the race, intending at the last after a visit, and said: Congress"Doctor I want to ask you a weddiag present often .becomes Denver Divines on Right Track, Salvation Is of God's.LoYB, KGt Dave Smith is the only one of the moment to throw it to , Dnecnll almost as acute, both for the Q four gentlemen mentioned who man Owsley Stanley, who is still question." oi Justice or Necessity, QJ,UI "UwwGiii 0Q" ' will"Yes," he said. "What is it?" brains and the pocket book, as! has formally announced his assuming the attitude of a the "Am I going to get well?" candidacy for the Democratic ing recipient, but nonseekers af- g -Sto B No The doctor hesitated a moment maspUZZlfe, especially in SUCh"J Bound Sin, Sickness atan Death to Misunderstanding of What Constitutes nomination to the senatorship, ter the higher office. Stanley a,nd the Divine penalty For Sin Has Mispopular mating times as these quite gener-- , unquestionably, has strengthen-all- y and the patient said to him: Be conquered Man to" Be Delivered. the other three are led Us In Respect to Every Featuro The Power Vested In Messiah His of God's Program For Our Recovey candidates,' andi ed himself with the people of ' "Don't treat me like a child. autumn months. denominated Kingdom Near How It Will Appear. From the Penalty. Unfortunately, I "can't help the they will be regarded as such un- - Kentucky through his work in I have a right to know. Tell " Denver, Dec. 1. Kochester, N. Y., investiga-wjs- e pocketbook side of the problem, MHHiHSIfenv ime. .til they make statements other- -' the steel corporation Nov. 21. This city is stirred! Pastor tion, and it appears to be the Russell of Brouk Seventeen pastors Well," he said, "you may but I'm going to make bold to lyn Is here. We reof all denominavun. fnm rwrnnr .!, opinion of a very considerable-- ! recover this time, but the second offer a few suggestions for the MM port one of his adtions have been discussing The Secdresses from th. nuraber of fche reallv wel1 Posted or third attack is pretty sure to mental part-o- f it. ham at this writing commands text, "Thanks ond Advent for a Since the of the fireGod for I J o in politicians of the State that the prove fatal." month. Now comes rf -- uppuii nf fha iw ww.i., wlLw'S.l&ww tellPastor Russell unsieakable (Ht fight will ultimately narrow down The sick man caught the doc- place is an important part of the those people to whom the II Corinu ing us all, that Stanley. home, andirons, tongs, bellows to Beckeam-antors coat and said to him: is, l'i. "The Earth abld-etupon occasion are wont The Pastor forever" that the fire "Doctor, I am afraid to die. in shorlAany thing-fo- r to refer as "the great common that in ordf-- ' it will never be de- Drives Off H Terror Tell me what lies on the other place. is likely to be more than ipastoi? ciissfiiII stroyed by literal ! (PASrOK. gUSSEtLJl appreciate .people." is a generally accepted The chief execuoiouer of death m Scrlptares on . fire. According to " n wplnnmo trifr anri-nno rjrfif: :jj. v tj n4 rii;oj rv.iv.. subjects, we must handle the Wo"' i.i, ji, fact; but, as no one better un- the wineer and spring months is alUc. ularly common one. pneumonia, Its advance agenrs are in- - win bring blessings such as we God honestly. We must recogniz- r derstands tharf .does he some colds and grip. In any attack by one Very quietly the doctor said : ' ems to have the Bible our Lord Jeai's is one person an ' I' Good reference books, such as an(1 ioslc Hf side too! s fehine: besides the votes of the of these maladies no time should be "I do not know". Father anot'irijerson. The o You- a a dictionary, an encyclopedia, a, Pastor Eusseii declared that false between the Father and the Son - V ' medicine ob"You' don't know.' masses is necessary to r5ut hii.. or lost in, taking the bestoff. Countless declared by our Master Himself, i,. tainable to drive it Christian man, do not know thesaurus a book of classicaLref-- ! TUS!" Ing that lie and the Father are o &ny other candidate in posesion thousands have found this to be Dr. creeds in the same scilse that He desires a" erence or of quotations make; view. set forth hi ail orthodox of the certificate that will wa- .Kings !Xew Discovery. "My husband what is on the other side?" is that Christ will come again In the of His disciples to be one in mind, in has kept him from having The doctor was holding the wedding gifts for which the re- - flesh. The resurrection will take place purpose, iu will, la effort. (John svi", rail- believes it rrant his going down to the pneumonia three qr four times," writes hours. The saintly 21,23.) Our Lord Jesus Is Gods un fV.o Annv nn tho nfhor ' cioients will nrobablv be (?rate- - within twenty-fou- r ' road station and getting aboard Mrs. George "W. Place, Eawsonville, Vmndlonf , . will rise iu the air to meet the Lord, speakable Girt. Yt., ''and for coughs, colds and croup side of which came sounds of iul to you every time they con- - aeu finj AVill coine down trom neav. The scriptures declare that the r.e- ihe train for Washington and a we have never found its equal." en, and consume the whole earth. Pre- -' deemor took the nature of men iu orPerhaps it is a Guaranteed for all bronchial affection Scratching and Winning, ana as buituiem.. in theSenate. mUlennlallsts claim that Christ wili.der redeem sinners; but that In Him SDran(?i FlCtureS.are a beautiful gift, rfcm In floshlv clorv a thousand vears t there was no sin. Only a sinless one desire to have a firmer, grip on Price 50 cts and $1.00. Trial bottle he onened the door, a doir !u.,4. yt i.:a - j , ., . . ajority of could cive to God a Kansom for Adaiu. n v ' b HMio imf-ill-w free at Paull Drug Co. iiwi nnwHv tn Moca tiio Hvin?' iiHiiiHiiiiis xam, w wmw aaw w 1 UUIil flIIU nnnni Ull JI1LIJ LI1C vrfcvn nv n ICflliCU rv I1IUI 11111. that something than he' had in Chris, tians disown. this as ridiculous and thus redeem from destruction. t.jt ' a S piCC- - nonsense because thy believe little of only Adam, but all his posterity, in with every show of gladness. er, lify0U gO tO a On Second Thought. 1908, when four Democratic through hin in sin cre or IBib,e1n?101 Perceivff volved speaker and death Turning to the patient, the doc- ure store and trustlyourself to an its Inconsistency showed that God dethen The members of the Legislature seT before our Lor ft rea joy, tli intelligent clerk and tell him to, What Bibta siudenu tor said: ' serted him and make it possible (Jay E, Ilouse in Louisvill Times.) pick OUt SOmething,Safe you Can't Tuo -- f.ro of that day" is symbolical; clleerfalJv tUe bitter experiences of Ii'i lor William O'Counell Bradley to If you save your money you "Do you notice that dog? He ., in snoiotT. thft file nlrofirlv had never been in this room be- go very , far astray. You may ;;:; f whioh. Canital and Labor! earthly ure :go to the Senate the following will be called a "tightwad." If nave ueen: tw 1S pieasuru iu. uuum i.1 ,N fore. He did not know what not select One of the bride's fa- - are getting hotter. Soon they will tbe Pather.s wI11. (2) Hj3 priViie-- e of year in his stead, that is retard- you scatter it you will be referelt- Tb.,1IC?.1, ?art" 7"1 "bringing many sons to g!ory-t- he was inside. He knew nothing VOOies, but you won't gee a Diet - consumed., , the vjuu.v.11, ,n announcement. to. as a "spendthrift." red ing his formal .. iu; "" ......ou.. .."V. JJ i 1,. r,i. n, ure that will be banished to the ecclesiastical powers, xiieir and b tb& worlfl.s Rc3torer. de- exdept that his master was here away will usher In a new earth, or 1v The "Beckham press' as the It is also demanded of a father gatan the power and when the door was opened store room and be brought out social order, and "new heavens, the giQ and them fromWhererore," of Paul St. deatn news papers friendly to interests that he be frugal and save mon. Church In glory. ga ..God nath hlglliy exalted Him," he sprang in without fear. I oniy for your visit. The Second Coining of Christ is as-- far above ..anelgf principa!ities and of the former Governor are famil- ey enough to set his Some kind of mirror, a triple sociated with blessings. Messiah will powers and cverv name that is narae(i -know little of what is on the iarly teamed is strong this week up in business. in wonder- other side of death, but I do toilet mirror or one of those abolish the curse and bring Christ Will ' An Oppos.te Cour3B From Satan ,s blessings. The Day Of ful in the declaration that' the KentAn Ohio clergyman says kisscontrasted tl.e gilt affairs, be "the last Day,"-t- he great Seventh Pas,or 1,lss,e " know one thing: I know my Quaint, course pursued by Satan with that f j. ucky Democracy owes that .the ing is worse, than wine. Tank Thousand-yea- r Day. All humanity will make a very acceptible gift, .our onL Meditating be blessed, including the dead who will lo1 senatorship to Beckham. They Beverly says the clergyman's Master is there and that is designs. Satan found an oppo, bitlous he awakened. enough. And when the doorj I know one bride who ex-i-s ' tunity in Eden. He beheld in our first ' Reign. are saying in stentorian atones phraseology is inapt. "What he Christ Comes to nareats a new onier 0f beings, design opened I shall pass through changed a picture which she dis- niwAW'irr .. ... and black type that he was the should have said," Tank main. as me reuempiiou picJ ....V.mW..T ed to bring into existence a race th:'t You get f0r man's salvation so Messiah's King- - would till lor a mirror. the earth. Satan essayed to rightful owner of the seat which tains, "is that wine is better with no fear, but with glad ."ked J tired of the best pictures," her dom 5s necessarj' to accomplish resUtu-- ! be ruler or prince over this human ere ness Hon- - Tlie delay of more than eighteen Bradley is soon to vacate, it was than kissing." , , ., , atiou: and by so doing, he not only be uiui,nci tsaiu, uuii jruu 11 iicvci centuries is Scrlpturally explained: (1) came a rebel against Cod, but brouckt stolen from him by the rankest Now it seems pertinent to ask, God designed Six Great One Thou- sin and death into the world. get tired of that." , About Farpi Waes: sand Year Days to teach mankind the of political burglary, and it who put the alum in baking sort Our Lord .Jesus pursued an oppoIt Vases appeal to me as an es- - exceeding sinfulness of sin. He pur- course, and demonstrated His toy.iIt is up to the Democrats to make powder? 11 posed that on the Seventh Day the and obedience. St. Paul iutimates tha j "J?i Li. . atLracLivegi. . The farmers of Kentucky as a wmn blessing of Messiah should come. ('2) although the Logos was much higbe" what amends they can to the No man of fifty feels as young! If yu like something auaint An important work has. been done n was Lucifer, yet He was humble rule employ their regular hands man who was so grievously as ever, no Church has matter how much he by the year, but the wages are and a bifc different, see what the-t- since Calvary An Electall nations-sai- nts aml raeUtateI not a usurpation." a been gathered out of .. the Creek text declares. (Phil L wronged." Some of those news- lies about it. ' Japanese stores have to offer. made perfect through suffering, G.) lie thought not by robbery to l .. be paid by the month. Some .papers were doubtless inspired! "Church of the with (Jod On the contrary. o Inexpensive wedding, a Little Klock. the are to become the equal willingly No man believes the sign pay more during the working1 For These Lord the Divine pr tG their atterance.b that clever! Bride of Christ at nis Second Adveut. posal that He should be humbled to tl J know of nothin that which reads, "This Means You," months than during winter, be-- 1 Present political tactician, s rategist and The Second Coming of Jesus is to human plane for a time, in order t. applies to him personally. .cause the days are longer andi makes a better showing than claim His Bride- class, and to exalt carry out the Father's Tlan 'organizer, General- Percy Haly, regards Jesus is Cod's To the x.uau.u, admit his wife has weather permits of more labor. naf a $oz$n .frappe glasses As them. AsSatan, to the world, He comes speakahle Church. He is indeed a (Jv to bind overthrow sin. and , but Whether that be the case or .. :ift. ,' ot aesserts can be' jOjP-ie- n umany. st Peter to the whole world, unspeakable i winning recruits her aults- - but he is always Sometimes the contract includes!311 kinas .not they are fast value, but He is more to the ClurV iservedin them they are extreme - . . than to tbe world. To nis foots, to.the cause of Btckham. Wlien ready to deft:nd his bird dog, board, and sometine the- labor-T?imirp aaainafc anv asnersions that mav Pr.MWfcvj himcplf hnnrH 5 nw uaeiui, uuu uiiey van ue uuugut, onu coming or .icsus: "Times ot re-- followers. He is the "Captain of t! .-- a "x iv4 wu w. wwa fellows pop ud the freshing shall come from the presence Salvation." their Bridegroom, t a aoen. up. Several of ' cast "upon it. given out by Depaatmentof Ag - .Ior wifr-flip miPsrinn "Didn't TJep.k the Lord." Acts Hi. 'Elder llrother." their great n . j.,. j. tne time oetween hriflpc! Imvp tnlrl rrp thnf. thpv Priest Through Him they are Kingdom to Be Spiritual. Christ's v ,hnm steal the nomination from T A woman will forgive a man ricuicure lor ileged Royal Prlesthc 1 be have enjoyed theirrappe glass-dat- e One great mistake we have all made Throughto the the of the sacrifice c merit McCreary in 1907?" as argument for whipping her, but she hates .1866 to 1909. At the former Is in not uoUeiug that Jesus was humord than anr other Sift they are privileged to "pre- - :: man for only thirty-threand a half Christ, the wage with board aver-je- 3 in jnstification of the action of tthe one who steps on her skirt to years. He was a glorious spirit being their bodies living sacrltices. holy . .t A table mirror f?r the center aee S9.61 ner month, not varvinobefore n- was made flesh; and He cei)table unto t!od." the four Democrats who deserted her dying day. of the able is another inePen" was resur 'ed to a spirit condition-hig- her The Pastor tlieu said that Justice mm in rhp. snnce 5dine" session ofi An Town man line: written to Sreatly from tnis until reaching Flis original one. How the foundation of God's Throne tvh sive but very acceptable present. d.hpT.pintrP.thpRpr.VhnmitPSiQCviffhpnpnnip.nio An $11.19 in 1880. In 1909 the & fooIUti uto to think of Jesus as a the jKit. endeavors to harmonize J Remember that the value of a man (a lfttle lower than angels) in the tice with our great Creator's den! -- ; I mount was $15.50. 'back with the rejoinder, j not. The women rule. midst of the Heavenly host. He is now 'with humanity Have Involved :; -Without board the wage inl8 gift is practically doubled when partaker of the Divine nature: His difficulty. We were assured b.v t 'Well, we've rioted that wrong! when a worthless man does ai prominent, omtis umt he "changed" it is 3USt what ihe recipient, ' Church Is to As His descent and made! "S'y orow:iic uhuikiihii.wl uau K . ijy putting MbOreary into the despicable thing he excuses him - ,66 was. ?16'76' I909' $231 inio exjsr. was from "like Ilira." m. wants- - Ana u yoa are suincrent-- a higher.toa lower, so His ascent Svas such miiulitlans that the j.. ' The hiehest monthlv waces in jgovernorsmp by a majority or self by saying he was drunk -- "SSis So' higher, "far majority would siwml eternity n t - " well acquainted, ask the bride's f1909 without board was in Utah, over 30,000 and now it is up to when, it happened. jdinggla- ture. We iwrceived no Justice in t .' grg TO "'"Wicr. ur sibLeis ui liiLiuictLt: rv which "no man hath seen nor can se such arrangement. But while you. do the square thing for ' 'I ing from, criticising va the Creator "which no man can approach uuto. friprirla few cno'crpd'tinnc! i mi it , . T. nxa. I.I Dismal Prospects. 11.111 . . III.' ;. J ....br j... .. uB,wu mu.u. lllIIHI .fl V iv, cuuiat.', Beckham," The state is aphui ihuui.ii- .....1. t.ft. t .to" uemg wnoHi .v. - v.uuiwit ..toi. be...InnaA suiu ..n with the .r. iz is mis Kiorious n iinsIn harmony "Don't be afraid to give some- - dom .Is about be established! He see hiffherin the north and north parently ringing with sentiment. represents iabor . ." S "aSS Za&ESL if "There are 118 presidential west than, in the' south. The thmgthat ever 'Governor. McUreary, money, people are do - angels. The appearances of Jesus in mo btJ expected of fallen human ie postoffices in Kentucky," says Western group of States gives stead of mnrp nnrl' mnrp pvprv tne uesii 'after Uis resurrection were mgs uiau oi our pertect ureaiorr cantious in word and act inor '.materializations, to prove: (li that f The Scrfptures declare only the cod Independent, "and highest $47.00. The south cen ...to .v.- - f the Warsaw seldom committal on any sub year. No' woman can fail to be, Jesus was no longer dead,: (2) that He' secrated Church see the lengtls must be an all fired popular job, tral group lowest $21.85. heights and depthWof '"it ject until the popular sentiment it LTo of God," which passetu unJ" j J 1 OOO It is estimated that Kentuck- delightevith a piece of em-.- 1 aout PPams lor standing. This class alone is in n is seemingly set, is saying noth-'a- s very pretty shoe case, paroisia, Epiphania, Apokaiupsis. already inthe y's farm ' 'labor cost $13;814,358 broider; a Spnjthell8jQbsare Messiah's Kingdom will have earthly sense prepared to give thanks to '" ,wnfWfl.,Hnn f. th made Of cretonne to - match her ..represontatives-t- he in 1909. faithful saints ot novr for His unspeakable- - Gift. 'I ' c many of his move- - field," and the misfortune of it , atorship, but "bedroom hangings, pleased one previous ages, raided to human perfec- - thanks, go up. not only in words !; t ' is that a lot of these Eepublican also In .actions, which "speak Under tite mpnts in one since early sum- hride as m.uyi as :'anv thimv- she tion .InstantI-- Throusu.these wi,i m than words." These thanks ascen ,,. visJb,e JIess,nnic KiUj.dom have anywhere California Woman Seriously Alarmed incense mer have indicated that he hasjPost maste.rs had; a dozen tumblers of home- - f erate J.esua said. "Ye shall see .Vbra sweet and by. to God. "A By "All the blind eyes wi'. from one to three years. of their severeshort, time ago I contracted a ham, Isaac. Jacob and all the prophets cold which settled on my lungs made jellyf accompanied snade up his mind to go into' the by a jD tije Kingdom be opeued and all the dearf ears will be I and. caused me a great deal of annoy Then .August primary and that he is terms remaining and it is Silver and gold I The parousia of'.lesus will come first unstopped." includingthe whole world of note sdying, those awakened present but invisible. The world will mankind, ingly likely fhat many of them ance. I would have bad coughing intending to buna up an organ-- 1 spells. alid my lungs were so sore and have 1 ndne, but such as I haVe continue; with 'the ordinary affairs or from the sleeps of death during Mes .. ,. will hp npymitterl to rptvp. nut inflamed Ibegan to be seriously alarmrecslab's life He iizationout of forces m nis aa- - ' give I urito thee," deeply touch- as in whiledays is gathering the Chuvcui. ognize reign, will be in condition to ren God's unspeakable Gift and of .Noah, the What a ed. A friend reccomraended Chambertime in power. their ministration and through bis After the gatheriug of the Church, der thanks. When .wilful evil doers Cough Kemedy saying slie had ed and pleased another bride. dismal prospect when the woods lain'sib there will be an epiphania and an apo- shall have been destroyed, then every and their friends. used for years, i bought a bottle Truly the price tag isn't the kaiupsis df Jesus. v He will shlqe forth. creature- in Heaven, on earth and in are full of hungry. Democrats and it relieved my cough th6 first only t&ng about a wedding pres- -' He will be revealednot in 'flesh, but, the sea shallbe heard saying. "Praise, ' Priends of Beckham are now who. haven't been in sicrht of a i night, and in a week I was rid of the "In flaming Ore." the trouble of. that glory, "honor, dominion and might he cold a,nd soreness of my lungs.M writes recipient-pi- ece Day,, In twhicb the present sayiag tliat Qovernor McCreary order will-b- unto Him that sitteth on the Throne, of nie for sixteen lorn? Mi Marl Gerber fSawtelle . Cal . F emUhatiinterests file ' J or' in anarchy,' glyjrig place and to the- Lamb, forever." through the consumed cyaic: w mc kuumjt,. misid the support years. . saleibyaliqeaiera;' ' unspeakable .Gift to the Kingdom Dispensation. Senatorial Race. I j World-BurrlmI j . . -- . ,,. Sw I re-birt- h' -- rJ- pol-itician- s j T d h r -- i r f - ,....-.- - ., , - i ' "? -- - 1 ! i- rf , ... . . - I N . 1 1 -- -- - - - -- -- I 1 1 1 f nrSt-CiaS- - , WW ! " " ! .... WBjnt, ,-- ' ! I J ,,,,., m'oc, n w- ( sons-in-la- w 1 j ! j I old-fashion- ' a.n-th- en J , . t . 1. i ' j ! -- , ! ... 1 . ; - ; ; I j First-borns- .' (. . - ; j j - I anti-Beckha- m -- -- w -- v 1 v h '.... i .- it 19-2- 1. j i e -i j - 1 I i I r tw - . j ..,.- i ! i ' ulr j I - I u-- 1 t . i V .ll i - - . i i - i I "V" Jl. , j t . " 1 1 f? J".STZ v tw.J"" "1 1 I . -- - - ; 1 i- -- - I i ex-ee- cl- -- : ap-Toint- - f ' . - '- -l, J ., ... - f P I. IM A' j,--- r 'r f' . 'rV. 'j i. . ,ic- Jv. w-- 7- - -- . . -- -- -r SjrsAsagv --- jraatiM- TL. i ,:-1. c- . . . II . '.:. . - e - .1 .. .- - i " n,J ! xr - -, r .. . . . .- r -- -, . " -- r itfin" t?t It-- t .. . . m . jr ' . - V l v . &T'-7iyT&&,. t' .Vtnnmrr-- ' - .JHr. r ty . . . ti k 's- -? . a,1t . ' "t " - 1 '"A n - T"--' . ,. THE DAIR COUNTS NEWS -- lv 3 BENT BACK THE RULE. SELECT CULLINGS The Diver and His Clothes. V""When GLASS JS PECULIAR; GORGEOUS CHORISTERS NO CASTE AT OXFORD! clothed in the ordinary diver's suit topped with the heavy bras helmet a dver is helpless. The air' that Is pumped down to him fills not only the helmet, but the entire suit, pulling It but to suh an extent that heavy heights are required to keep the man down. The work that he can do U limited. One of the annoyances that he has to endurp Is the fact that he cannot reach Inside of his suit to ease any discomfort A diver once iis covered a June bug in his helmet wbea he was down under water, and he was obliged to endure all the torture ot having the insect crawl over vhis faro Without any possible means of reach, lng it to destroy it or even brush it away. Recently, however, a French Inventor devised a diver's outfit which dispenses with everything but an ab breviated form of helmet Air is pumped to the diver in the usual way. through a pipe which is attached to hi. helmet at the back of the neck. Yes, Indeed, Threepence Is Threepence. Since the national health insurance act went into effect in England last summer washing day has threatened to move down the week from Monday to anywhere this side of baking day jwhich anybody who knows anything knows Is Saturday. The reason is that the first employer of the week has to pay the washerwoman's insurance contribution. So if you keep Monday for your wash day you have to pay three pence extra. A good many employer, bave already shifted to Tuesday: in the hope that other and more stubborn 7i will stick to Monday and pay the threepence. But if everybody changes to Tuesday there will be nothing for it but for the economical h change again to Wednesday and to continue changing until all the possibilities in the case are exhausted. It is said that conventional England contemplates this shifting of wash day with a stony horror, but threepence i threepence. New York Post The Last of the Nogis. It is reported that as the result at. conferences among the relatives and Intimate friends of General Count Nog'i It has been decided that the house ot the count shall become extinct owing to the lack of an heir. The cxtincti:. of such a respectable family as that of the late general, who was. so a bulwark of the state, bcin a matter of great regret to the nation. suggestion has been advanced to main tain the family name by adopting an heir. But. this being contrary to flue will of the general, it was decided that the family should cease. The property of the late count and countess has ai ready been distributed among the" rein fives and old acquaintances as remembrances. The disposition of the residence at Shinzakamaehi. Akasn '.;:. where the count and countess died, will be settled after the fiftieth days service for the illustrious dead is held at the house. Japan Times. Lending Umbrellas. One of the handiest things in the world must be tlie umbrella lending system in operation in Belgium. !.'f costs $1 x year to be a member of each member receiving a check. When it rains he hands In h:s check at the nearest cigar store a'tirt gets au umbrella. When he return the umbrella he gets another chcr good for another umbrella when Jt One of the great advantage.--othe system is that it avoids the no cessity of carrying au umbrella aroi':u! to fool the weather, with the ch:ubeing about nine times to one that t'.u weather will fool you and that by tt. time you get home you will have forgotten where it was you left the .: brelia. Anything that will keep a.i umbrella question straight will be wel corned by the average man. and it looks as if the Belgian scheme would be helpful in that respect Philadelf - phia Press. What is to become of the cuckoo clock is a question now in France, hour clock has where the. twenty-fou- r been adopted in the railway service and must needs be adopted by the htels and inns. What is to be done wi;'v the bells? Are they to strike alo!!--Ithe twenties in the morning, wbei. the traveler will most enjoy his forty winks of sleep, the very cream of' slumber? It is'fearcd by Swiss cloekmakei that the innovation will menn'death to the cuckoo. "Does any one supjose.-- ' Inquires an anxious Swiss, "that this bird, so long a feature of the of the inn. will be' allowed to ,twcnty-twor launch twenty-one- . cosy-chamb- Doom of the Cuckoo Clock. o consecutive cuckoo calls? Surely the traveler will not suffer such a thing. He will hurl not anathemas alone, but his boots, at the offender, and .the cuckoo clock will be a thing of the pqst" London Chronicle. - rtwenty-thre- e -- - Snores and the Man. "My grandfather snored, my father snored, my, mother snored, and I have always snored. Edward never snores. He Is no son of mine." These in the will of Edward Arthur Bentlnek Monckton, Baron netbering-ton- , have thrown a huge estate into thp probate court of England and question the legitimacy of the succeeding heir. The late baron's nephew clajins succession to the estates under vthe will and will also lay claim to the peerage. The man who for years has been accepted as the lawful son of the old lord has entered a caveat alleging that the will is prima fade proof of .hi father's insanity. The case is attrac-lafew-lineg , national Interest , . t ,. Son Share Where Sauce For the Goose Was Not St, James' Palace. Alike In Sports' and Studies. Sauce For the Gander.. B There are ter boys in London who Actually there is no university or colevery Sunday and on statp occasions lege in America at which distinctions, of New York, when it was rather Its DenSitV. Its Thickness and thfcK "wear suits of clothes that in each in- qf birth or wealth count for less than harder sledding for the club than it is stance cost something like 5200." The they do at Oxford. There was once a at the present time. In' a meeting of Pressure It Exerts. lads thus expensively and brilliantly time when there existed a class of "gen- the council the question came up as attired are the 'choristers belonging to tlemen commoners" John Ruskin, I to the arrears of members' dues, and the king's private chapel in St. James believe, was one of them who enjoyed the treasurer reported that one man A BAR TO WORLD EXPLOSION. elasticity.. palace. When, arrayed in their state special privileges and exemptions..' was particularly recreant in this regard.. If two glass-- balls 'are made to strike suits they are truly a gorgeous sight Btit that peculiarity has long since It was in the winter, and the club was each other at a given force the recoil, Scarlet cloth 'is the foundation of been swept away. Not only are" the re- then maintaining throughout the day The Reasons Why This Old Planet of" by virtue of their elasticity, will li- this costume. Bands of" royal purple quirements for graduation identical for and evening beautifully heated and Ours, With All Its Pentup Fiery.; nearly equal to their original Impetus between rows of heavy gold lace an-th- all comers, but the social life within lighted quarters; At this time the Volcanic or Gaseous Forces at Work, ' Connected with its brittleness are some adornments. Old lace .ruffles are each college of the university 1? open j only person in the club who fre Could Never Be Blown to Fragments. very .singular facts. worn at the neck and Wrists: These on equal terms to every one on the roll. quented it every day was this de Some writers have accounted for the Take a hollow sphere with a hole and ruffles are so valuable and so difficult "Duke's son" and "cook's son" share linquent who, In addition to dpln a asteroids on the theory that they atv' stop the hole with the" finger, so as to to replace that they are worn only on allken sports and studies, and it is large portion ot his writing there, was the fragments of a world that froim prevent the externdl and internal air the most special occasions. At other personal qualities alone that determine accustomed to make conslderah'lifrom communicating, and the sphere times white lawn bands take their the position an undergraduate holds roads upon the stationery of the chit) so ;.e unknown cause has been exploK-- ? ed in its orbit Similarly, many hxrr. "will fly to pieces by the mere heat of place. The- boys must take great care among his contemporaries. for home consumption. thought that perhaps at some distant the hand. .Vessels .made of .glass .that of their suitsv which must endure three The late F. W. Walker, for many At the meeting Of the council re have been suddenly cooled possess the years. The "undress" suits are re years so successful as high master of ferred to there was protest against tln.f when the seas shall have i..vir drunk up into the cracked and thickcurious property of being able to re- placed every eight months. St. Paul's school, was once interviewed this state of affairs, and a determinaened crust of the age shrunken earth In-given tovthem from sist .hard blows This choirvisone of the historical by the rather snobbish mother of au tion was manifest to put an end to it. without, "but will be Instantly shivered stitutions of Great Britain, and many intended pupil. "Of course," she said. and after discussion the secretary was and the volcanoes those vents of the fler;' Interior sha:l have become chokby, a small particle of flint dropped into of its old time customs, including the Vyou'are very particular about.the par- instructed to notify the member ui ed v d extinct, the pentup gases gener- their cavities. This property seems to dress of the boys, are retained to tin ents of the boys yon admit to your question that his name had been ated from the descending moisture by depend upon the comparative thickness day. The choir has numbered among school." "Not at all, madam," was his dropped from the rolls of the club -of the bottom; the thicker the bottom its singers such distinguished musicians reply. "As long as your son behaves de The question then arose whether the till great internal heat may tual. explode tho old earth like 'a. Is the more certainty of breakage b. as Sir Arthur Sullivan, Edward Lloyd. cently and attends to his work we shall there was anybody else who was in arveriiible bombshel. this experiment Some of these vessels. Sir John Goss and Dr. E. .1. riopkins ..ereunoi, me ireu-ure- r not ask any questions about his par-- ' Btf tjint can nev-- r happen. ed that this was true of another mem ,, It is stated, have resisted the stroke of It is the right of the head boy to do In 4SS3 Krakatoa, a sleepy old vo; a mallet given with sufficient force mapd a guinea as "spur money" froi The head of any college at Oxford or ber. drive a nail into wood, and heavy bod- any officer entering ,the chapel wearing Cambridge might have given a similar "Who can that be? Let us make an cano jii a small Island In. the strait ies, such as iron, bits of wood, jasper, spurs. It Is sail that when Arthur Sul answer. London Cor. New York. Post. example of tbem both.," remarked one of St. da. between Java and Sumatrr. stone, etc., have been cast into them livan was head boy the Duke of Wcl- - i member, bringing his flst down on begar o show marked signs of uneas the table for emphasis. The reply ness. Round the volcano the qnakit. from a height of two or three feet with- lington would always come spurred to j earth .pened enormous fissures in thcSILVER PLATING. was that It was Mr. X., the poet. out any effect, yet a fragment of flint the chapel, in order that he might have "Oh, heavens!" replied another. "We bottoia of the sea, down which rushwtpea dropped from a the pleasure of paying the forfeit to his not larger than a An Accident Pointed the Way to the can't let X.' go. He's too important to Nfcxgar-.- s of water. Then the fissureheight of three inches has made the": favorite chorister. Harper's Weekly. closed nd confined the engulfed flow) Original Process. .tho club." flr. In the hot subterranean depths. The- meWhereupon tho resolution was then In 1742 Thomas Bolsover, a : UNITY OF LIFE. chanic of Sheffield, England, discovered amended to read as follows: "Re" water was quickly converted lit ELIZA WAS GENEROUS. steam, the steam into dissociate? the art of silver plating. He was re- solved, that the secretary be Inst rue? gases, 'vituont room tor expansn.r. Ceils of Animals and Plants Alike and pairing the a knife in which ed to drop the name of Mr. Q. t"ro:r Her Munificent Offer For an Original Governqd by Same Laws. It exer Ht a pressure eqnal to ttvt t both copper and silver were used. Ac- - the rolls of the club for nonpayim-.iFive Act Tragedy. s Protoplasm, the literal translation cf j cidentally the t,o metals were fused of dues and to retain the name of Mr. of the Wrongest dynrmte. People are likely to look back com which means "the Grst man made. The "eat chimney of KrakN.-?- . together. Based upon this observation. X. for the same reason. Century, miseratingly upon the past in thesi was sealed .nee the iremory of raar. the name given by a German sci- ho developed Tie new process. days of modern progress. When we barred lie uormal path of escape-Highe- r 1810 'o the shiny, granulrr. Upon a th.ck ingot of copper he THE COUNTRY BANKER. hear what the most prolific' of present entist in contents of vegetable cells. nd higher mounted the pro bound by ii.m wire a thinner ingot of day novelists receives a word am. semifluid white of an egg. silver. Th wholefcvas then heated in f His Standing In and His Grip Upon sure un I r the 'huge mass of th volIt looks like the what the weekly royalties of any wel and can be analyzed into four chetn a reverbe lory furnace until the edges cano; thei. of a sudden, came a War it known playwrights are we say that His Own Community. that act lly shook tl e earth. Nevr carbon, oxygen; nitrogen of the si:.er ingot were observed to the literary profession has come into leal elements The first public convenience a "new before ir. historic time had there and hydrogen. It is now recogni.oi begin to ii'elt. The two ingots were s; ck. The whole top of tho- its own.. Sonic bark' back to the eoe as the fundamental basis for all lit"-- then removed from the furnace, slowly commodity wants is a bank, or pfttlmes such a trasting-- tale that Milton receives, a newsmountalr. was blown the sky. goes through cooled and pickled, cleaned and rolled It comes before the chnrcb only 3 for the Grst copyright o' The smallest particle of it wr- - distinctly ftlt clear throne: to the desired thickness. The result paper; but, as a rule, it follows both is known as the cycle of life: what "Paradise L,ost" an epic in twe-feeding and re-- j was a plate of copper more or less It is hard to beat the editor and the the terre trial ball. books containing '"a total of lO.r.t".". free motion, feeling, This gr- t cataclysm has been fifeti When in some uncon thinly covered with silver on one side. preacher. production. lines, but that was over two centu; If the lufluence exercised by the as an in! ation of th' power of : was the first Sheffield plate. This Poo received $10 for. "Tin scious way-i- t grows a membrane for fcr-et that may some day covering or a little nucleus, a kernel For fifty years following the copper bankers of our great cities constitutes Raven." That may be dismissed with th itself. r.et us exami to the pabllc welfare, what the somewhere within It, science calls it . was plated on one side only and the a menace the statenient.tbat poetry'never paid. the undo- ins prlncip'es that- - mn-cut edges showed the copper. Later shall we say of the grip that the .The modern way of making mone cell. passim: judgment on ti holds on its community? The so guide us process was so perfected that no These cells are the samo in plan; tho by literature is even more recent tha-Iscopper was left exposed. All the sil called "country banker" to succeed correctness (f this theory. Lo.-'generally thought Alexander Hi! and animals. . Professor Jacq'ues An exploive compoun I Is a eoiabtrxt showed the importance of this fa t verplate of the world was made by must be eminent for all the qualities Iblo comb, of Cincinnati, one of the best know truly rood man. Dsm d mechanically or efcta:-icallprocess until electroplating was that make un a bookmen and collectors of the inidd'e Although plants, he explained have u this eitln- - with oxyg a. or wltta a eommprcial.-r-Popul- ar ally lie Is a church member and often discovered and made .west, has a letter' in his collection ' nervous systems, they havt "instin a Sunday school teacher. HI ls"6m oxidizing st tanee that Till burn wi" Mechanics. tivo movements." In analysis of s; j autographs that proves this point. suited by politicians regarding the local out the hei f atmospheric oxygen !". j Two generations ago Eliza Logai stincts he bound together. in. the Among t! most powt rfnt Msti government, and the candidate who Real Use of the Bee's Sting. was a leading actress in Ameriejr ' common to iiem the plant and th ' plosives ai. nitfecrelatii' and i!-- ' "The Ihjo's sting is a trowel, hot a has his approbation Is envied, for he N Head her letter. O budding genius .. worm at the root of the plant as some acid, each t vhlch has : density a".- Vhei-yoday, perhaps, the tree of 'life and th vapier." said a nature student "'It is an usually the winner. To the country the typewriter, and beglad that than one v I a half t.mes that of are paid it is space rates for tl serpent may be bound and he calle exquisitely delicate little trow'el withj banker are confided the troubles, the bee finishes off the honey mestic as well as financial, of all who water. The oduets of bir combtr their reflex actions "tropisnis." local paper:' tion are near all gaseous. whers thf-,I cell. Injects a little preservative inside! have access to him. And everybod Then hp pointed out that tropicus Tremont (louse, Boston, May IV. 18'. pombnsrioi orf arrfiiwv products of seeks to have access. B. Du68nu!t. Jr., "Charlestown; Mas:f j are mechanical acts that moth a:. 'J and. seals it up. With its trowel-lik1 wish an original flvtvact tragedy to black gimrx ler "are k. s thn bar Sir The banker Is first to 'subscribe sting the bee puts the final touches on fly and ivy Iea;f move in spite of the gaseous. Tl larger part in the aolM the feature to be a heroinp, myself t:, selves in chemical subjection, to Uglii. the dainty and wonderful work. With every good cause. He 'is the com matter .pcrson&tor of it: the scene not to be la:' that .i kes the smoke, pats and shapes the-- honey muuity's adviser as to investments and in this country; the plot to) be option-h heat and odors, which the scienter tho sting it The energy ' at a high snlostw it with the author for which, if I like it. i calls emanations. cell,, as a mason pats and shapes a row the arbitrator of its business contro I; rom "Man as ;i deporiC-gase- s on the vo'afae of. t.: will psy JS. nespectlfully, of brick. Refore sealing up the cell it ' versies. His word Is as good as his exert Mechanism" in Metropolitan. ELIZA LOGAN. liberal ' lnd the teciBcratHn--tdrops a wee bit of poison into the honey. bond, and to his credit It must be Boston Post. This is formic acid. Without it liouev added .that, with rare exceptions tt which tlM? u ' of the explosion ra Disraeli's Fine Digestion. raise them . Disraeli appears to have been en would spoil. Most of us think the bee's deserves to be. He asks few favors. American Leaf Colors. ' The exact! iperature i 2, tne sting, with its poison, is a weapon only, and these are always granted. Hp is It has been observed "that the leaves-o- dowed with a most accommodating K. ' It is a weapon secondarily, but pri the center of the social life of his vt liberated" by gh expiosb at the In American tree's, such 'as maples, gestion. When he visited Spain 'm staut of doto ion is not absoHitrt.' of authority nis scarlet oaks and so forth; which a: 1S30 ho wrote his mother glowing ac- marily it is a "magic trowel, a trowel clnlty. loved voice Is that admired "and known, . but iy pe approximately rosneotert. from whose end, as the honey cells 'are FTe is home exhibit splendid colors in tin counts of "the most agreeable dish 'in spertoetit learned throuj. eheuii'-n- l inup. a wonderful preserving-ifluifeared. The banker is a man of autumn, fall below their reputation i the world au olio. I will explain, it built drips. ' on. him or Nor is the am it of prepare knowri tegrity. Tho slightest cloud .' this regard when transplanted in Eng- to you. for my father would delight in tainty. It is probata on his bank will settle them both In with absolute it. There are two large dishes, one at land or on tlie continent of Europ uitwt-".-1- . however, that ...Destroying Money. this matter he stands with the preachAn English observer who has bee each end of the table. The top )'. when d fcjMted ttx Paper money is nothing but a prom- er So. from selfish considerations.- it tin and picrhr studying the causes of the autunti I coutains bouilli beef, boiled pork'ss-.t; a confined sirnc xert a prepuce you de- - from no other, tho banker must' be sage and black pudding. 'The other K ise to pay so much coin. If tints of trees, thinks the superiorit J"ine where betweei rUWMMIO and stroy a five dollar uote, for instance, of the trust 'reposed In him of our woodlauds arises from the si: a medley of vegetables and fruits, genpounds to the s ire Ineh and mild yet glowing climatic com!, erally Frencli beans, caravanseras and you simply release the government: or by his fellow citizens ; ir we assumhat tlh? eaiith em Who wouldn't be the country bank-- , tions prevailing here in the fall. En-lawhole pon. .' nolp each person lo : , the bank which issued the note from has a density t' tii:-t- i th:K Of Wfv . is rarely blessed w( it portion of the, meats and then to the the payment of the $j in gold which' er? Leslie's. and that ifcv av- - ?e thickness h ft.':."- -' an Indian summer. When the climat;. medley. Mix them up In your plate the note called for.' Of course, theretailes. then It f ws that it exerbj :.; Ancient Tipping. conditions permit the leaves to retair together and- - drown them in tomato fore, you are not punishable in any pressure of mon ;han ."".00,000 pound considerable vitality in the autmn i sauce. I have eaten this .every day manner for destroying the note if it is Tipping is an exaction of no recent your owi. There is no penalty for nut- - tyrowth Describing life at tho court of to the square i' 'r; If the enwrt Is the. colored' pigment is normally dr It is truly delightful." London Stand tllating gold or silver coin if you keep , Kin nonrv I1 or England. Peter of hundred miles t! j. then tfaj pressure veloped; hence the glorious forests o ard. ttw- imiiuus is more . it m your own possession, but as you Blois complains of the importunity of square than a ; pr lion certainly to the United States. - Chicago Recon! great ure inch ''have thereby destroyed a considerable the' medieval marshals, whose annoyHerald. Natural Spectacles. Part of its value you must not try to ances continue "until they get some- er than the expat- - ve force exerlwl T i Afrmv nrrivtrlurl llirdff sn-i high exptoalvi- ifc Regulating Price of Books. thing from you and are most ungrateful' the most quant, of high esplor! natural spectacles, a transparent mem .1 pafs at Par after tne mutilation no , The price of books was once a unit d brane called the third eyelid. when they have nay. open enemies detonated under 1 crust of the etrtW legislation In' England. Au swter for Flame and Wire Gauze. eyelid when not in use Jies fold'e.! " unless your hand is continuously tu ot lih4. which seems never to r To Sir Humphry Davy belongs the your pocket." while the "outer porters "would lie aWe'ito 1. it. Hd consequent in the of the eye. Twn worUl of tbc si tjiat repealed, provides that any muscles .work it spreading it over credit of discovering that the flame of will tell you the most unblushing false Iy we know ' r explode from Its . . .. erne- Tt11 a.4. n..r.n 4K.v...v!. ran earth , regarding, the price of mue, the cornea ot'foldlng it up again much Imrnlnff fao mi iiaoo uiiuusu ',t-- Goods, anil- if you are an honest a"M of theitovititr-- futorj 'forces. i Ik considered by "the lord more cleverly than a man can puto;i BauiMj uuwiij; ot mesiies o iue square i religious urin but have given them itvMi j" ; explosive force to "t' " the lord treasurer .and tl: or take oil hjs spectacles. But for i:. janch. This contention may be tested nothing ,,: 'V; the dav before, thev will keep 'Mi: r world tbc i justices or any two of these," and .tKu third eyelid the eagle .could not look I7 bringing a flame in contact with you ." lilow standing th r tue unreasonable time worlds cxplfVI--wnthose dignitaries shoujd have "powi-an- d at. the sun. The spectacled' bea L:,lU, how jsimilar gauze, when it will be found tho : . md n.iV.." lu which ttto authority to reform and rodres.--th- longs of Chile, it Latin, name There Is only one that the flame will not go through the j heavenly enhancing of the prices of print"' TJrsus ornatns. It is black and around meshes. This is owing to, the c'ooliug bodies e:. become poss'Wi' ".' .. Her Last 'Card. books and to lLritit the jriee of tl" Its ersc paJe" rirgs are drawn whh of sulljcient euerg actually to bhr .action of the wire, which tends" to re-- j hus"I want U'iUcw bonnet, but-mUc-anbooks .and the- - pffeuders should rup. niid. thiit ! bj '""-- u. have exactly the appearance of a pah duce the teniperaturQ of the flame be--I band says he can't afford it" every book by them of goggles. f forfeit for The stars are tlji" about hv spare ' low the ignitipn point, the unburncd. "Is that final, do you suppose?" sold whereof the price pe enhance : with" velocities that range all Uie w gas passing harmlessly through. 'Of ''He says It Is. but I. won't know jfrom five miles as oad to HCO ra the sum of :5s. Od.'VLondon Mail. .Disilllusioncd. . course if, the gauze becomes overheated until tonight" JS3?S ' ' ."She had played in amateur thoiat". the" flame is able to. get through.1 "Going to. get a jdeflulte answer second. travc She Didn't Do It. If two celestial orbs in..iio .mu, i.uiu.injiiuu iu yu on tne siasi i)ag- - earn 3 then?" ? . The family jar waxed fiercer.. at a velocity of 200 miles a second; mH marry'. 'if her parents' wouldn't let-hAlmost a Threat. "Yes. I'm going to settle It one "You talk about, my- - beiug to blame the duke." tumsiuu aey would' he Pplice Inspector Haven't I often way or the other. I'm going to start iu a iiuuu-u- gasified -- by for oii'r marrying!" shrilly exclaimed "And what did her parents do after, you that you. are not to allow to cry when he gets home, and It that t fused and tie impact.1 an: Mrs. neat Senerated V0XlA 00 sum.cje- u"John Henry, did I that threat?" the- public to pick the flo.wers in this doesn't wort there'll. "be nV;ncw bon- built iirti ffm rr" out and then make love tl "They let Iter go oh the stage, gave park? Park Keeper Yes; that is. my waiter of both Into its' net" Detroit Free Press. . you?" . ultimate the duke a check for. d. front seat jijid wife.- who used to' be your cook. Per-.hato, d "Xol" he suorted. "But you could were not l . surprised when he. nebuous ho you will try to make her stop. ,s the All's Fish For the Doctor's Net. Ths have given me the glassy eye and sent sailed back to' France the next morn- Meggendorfer Blatter. ' 'Why. the size ofyour blD," cried XTJ sclPCe says that new sups, me about my business, and you dhlnY ing." Cleveland Plain Denier. L born.-Hu- 'd', the angry patient to tliedoctor. "makes nebulqe antj new stdr3-ardo it. madam you didn't jtfo It!" Chi. son .fxisa- ln. Youth's Comnanlonx- A Curious- Word. me boil all over!" cagoTribnue. -I Before and After; a word ja the English lanThere is "Ah!" said the eminent practitioner "Bobby, you have been fighting with guage the first two letters of which sig- calmly. "That will be just- Sd niorv Qahai. rr Capital. Punishment. Ithat Stnpleford boy "agaim Did- yoif nify the male, the first (hree a feqiale, for sterilizing your system 'Ladies ' He I'fi tike "Mamnia..,did you love to flirt vheo count ten before you .struck him. aft J the first four a great man and the .u.. ... y. loy-Home Journal. . Mmentvon Mn ", ,V"" "iai you were young?" have alwaVs. told you to .do?" whole a great woman. The word is : "I am. afraid I did, dear.'! "No, .but f'was told. that' somebody 'heroine"-Ladi- es Home Journal. Purpose and Success. the lonsf m "And were younever punished for It," counted ten Rafter he ;ianded..'on me.". he- -I kBow ' rri It is v.the old lesson- -a worthy pur- - I can't bur r . mamma?" Chicago Tribune. r .: Very Necessary. pose, patient energy for itsvaccomplish- - I melanehni - them hnftthn ,: n sort ot? "Cruelly. dear, man-Je'"your fa.,' Hewctt-- ;! expect to leave footprints, faent a resoluteness undaunted hy diftherj' Paris rtire; v" His'Title; on the sands of time. .Tewett It. takes ficulties and. then success. VT. .Ml. . "No. 1 shall never marry.' ( sigbed 'the sand to do Home Com' ' ' The bPuris we pass with, happy' pros- old bachelor;' v-panion. , ' r pects in view are more pieaslngvthan gazed t liim- scornful-"Iy.- Tlie spinster. It Is seldonT that punishment thugn' those crowned iwlih ' fruition. Gold-- . "You .coward!" 6h'e pissed. Phil . AH must respect, those, who respect f foot, has failed to oYertakx a : smith. ' '. adelphia Record. 'themselves Beaconsfield. s- villais. -- Horace, .. hi' " V'; l : . It Ha?a Number of Curious and Contradictory 'Qualities. Glass is one .of the most Interesting as well as one of 'the most peculiar things in the world. It bos curious and contradictory qualities, and many, astonishing phenomena are connected .with it Brittle and breakable as it is. yet it exceeds almost all other bodie-i- n Boy Singers of 'the Private. Chapel In Duke's Son. and Cook's THE EARTH CRUST ;f e - t-- - 1 ! - I t j - J - ! . han-"o,o- ; I '- ,- - ! !'! l . - io-ag- up s ilw-rup- j -- . littJ-ban- k r i . I . y I I j t j r . i ) do-whic- h ; . j e i -- i . -- t i j : i .- ... d . . i ! : - i v -- nd, i - j ' ; , i i I . j o tt-ir- v, , powe-Plainly- - TIk-thir- h:iv-bee- inner-perno- .eon-plain- t boui:-4hou!- d -- - eha-berlai- ..:.i ! t. ; ., n ' " y I y d v ! j I er u ed -- VIek-Senti u. - fe. " - ps at-al- elemerg - t1te ne-w. e 1 - - , L . 1 li,J?2-.'". to-L.n Lllt-IH- J - ,- -. TrciA'. - " . .,. Pun-shon- itr-Woma- ' . , - we - . - vr 7 ; - - 'i 1 . ,H J " Ve -- T s 1 r f .. . Li,. 'ui'-i'- '' J?52LZ2L .i. .ss: ?t-3- r-.- ,i: r .- - A 6 i4- J ?J5 ii, "ijr $ 4:- - ; V v ( - . f v.' . 4jj ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . ..T . - JST-i-i rssjw ," I CHRISTMAS GOODS OjiW ' '91'' ' '?P-- ;' "'" ' ' gfe ? . . house is full of .Nice Desirable Christmas Goods. to come and see our Stock and-Decoratio- ns It CwilPp&jr-yo- U - ffift ; to; , : . w- -h . - :. . if you' don't buy a penny's worths We have Suitable Presents for all. ..,.. -- RUSSELL 1 MaiX Glensfork. There are several other prospec- party, will stir his many strong Birdseye view of our Plant friends to activity. That he tive candidates, buc it looks very Published Every Wednesday much like Gov. Beckham has the will be an unusually strong canCarl Marshall and Miss Mary call: He is very popular in this didate in his party cannot be - - BY THE. Bradshaw, both of this vicinity T3oubted, that his service to par- section of the State. Adair County News Company. wedded on Sunday the 24. Rev. ty and State has been ably and ( Incorporated-f'G. R. Abrell tied the knot. The 'n courageouslygiven.no one will, . Clinton county will vote on a groom is a son of Mrs. Siotha dispute, so his entry at this time, EDITOR. CHAS. S. HARRIS S50.000 bond issue for the purMarshall, and the bride a grandwill doubtless cause a painstdk- pose of building macadam roads. daughter of M' F. 0. Leach with Democratic newspaper dcoteQ to the on- - the part of people Good, we hope tbeCltyof ColumVaand the carry apd ing investigation iwill Adair and adjacent cour. .IBS. to whom she lived. They are both . may other prominent aspirants as that Clinton, though small, ,' nice industrious young people, a leap , ,T as sec- - set the examole for the larger chances of success before Entered at the Columbia tnereiore posessed oi tne quali nd class mall matter. is made. and more wealthy counties ties that make a happy wedded equally bad. 1912 whose roads are Now that one of the aspirants pair, WW. DEC. 4. sypyBond and build, build and bond, for the Democratic nomination Bjjjje Gifford bought Mrs. "Largest in Dixie " The Hamilton Club, of Chica- is the fairest and best way to get for United States Senator has Samantha Wesleys place on Cedar go, is making an effort to gel permanent public improvements. has broken the ice and formally creek for $159, and has moved to Progressives to ret am to the Reannounced his candidacy, it is his new home. Incorporated publican party, and has called a The effort being made in many expected by the knowing ones Uriah Morgan sold the place meeting to that end to be held in counties in this State to bring that the others who have eyes Chicago January 15. back to the fold of Republican- on the toga and expect to make known as the Sinjon Taylor farm ism the Progressives who lift the the race will "cut in" wtthout to .Joe B. Young, of Cumberland Windows. Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Woodrow Wilson, Democratic county, for $20Q,0 and has given party, does wt indicate much much furthur delay. The anWork, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalo IVfr. President elect, has written a success. Young posession of thei Stair In fact, it seems that nouncement of Gov. Beckham letter, asking Mr Bryan to meet Mr. Morgrn bought, Progressives have taken Mr. had been expected for some property. meeting the I him in conference, the Watterson's maxim, "No com- weeks and came as no surprise. of Mr. Mathew Taylor that porto take place after Mr. Wilson's promise with dishonor," and The only other avowed candidate tion of his farm lying west of fron Bermuda. return $1200 and will pilot their own political des- is former Congressman D. H. Glensfork creek, for m m m mat srikSa has began the erection of farm VSb Gov. Dix has announced that tiny without any assistance from Smith, of Larue county. Con.jr'l vBVL iBt buildings. His new residence he.had pardoned Albert Tt Pat- their former political associates, gressman A. 0. Stanley is also will stand out 'on the hill 4 miles rick, who is serving a life sen-ej- e. expected to get in contest, and Louisville' Kentucky west of this place near the Fair-- 1 in Sing Sing prison for the That an effort will be made to Gov. James Bf McCreary and ' play road. On Main between Sixth and Seventh murder of William Marsh Rice, suspend President Taft's exe- - former UniteQ btated Senate? a.r an aged millionaire, September cutive order of October 15, C. $. Blai&fen are aiso spoken Mr Wiil Andersdhj formerly t Plan: American 23, 1900. Uvhereby about 36,000 fourth- - qI of Creelsboro vicinity, has re- - j as probable starters. IJJJUj RATES: property hej class postmasters were placed "What Will Gov, MoGt&ry cently moved to the to be fThe many apnointments or the American Plan $2.00 and up unu'er the civil service, became do?" is thqueation being asked bought of Jeff Bradshaw iniominDemocr by the road. aade known Thursday when 'Repres- by all the politicians. Louisville Montpelier European Plan $1.00 and up to comr ic administration seems entative Cordell Hull, of Tenn- Times: Mr. S. V. Wilkinson bought of We serve the Best American Plan meals in the South mand much attention,' and al- gcspp. foMtH- . said tne Democrats m Mr. Edd Bennett the Ben Willis teady the cm of applicants uas j Congress who are aTready inj fedaisville Times Says': Con- farm near Simpson schoolhouse The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. tar passed the limits of fulfill-- 1 Washington have conferred in gressman A. 0. btanley ot tne for $1,700 and in turn sold it to a Herman Steinhilber, Manager e ment. formally on the subject and thatl Second district, who is a pros-ther- Mr. Aogan of Cumberland counDemo-.,was an overwhelming jpective candidate for the ty for $1,900. Pre'parationor a general in' Q in favnr nf havincr the cratic nomination for United T-afel, . F ,, .2 come tax law, it is stated, , has ir.1 Messrs Arthur Frodge and Dr. rt was in ijouis vine states revoked Simpson of Breedmg been begun by Democrats of the order Vesteriay ehtoite tt Washing- - Holland Jobbers and Dealers in who rely on the States to Rowe, of House, Winston President Taft's attest to ffir. and white here he was in Robert and VVI ,. to the ConShnvVftvillp. Finis Strange and ratify the amendment put under civil servfes a host of conference with several of the stitution during the winter, as Inside and outside construction material, Dud Gaston,, of Rugby, Rev. employees will fall party leaders from various neces- Government iboJs, telephonevand farm lighting equip only two more States are fcayne, of Eli, G. G. Campbell, ." a victim to the victors, "To the the State. He refused . . ment. sary to complete the necessary ofDirigo, J. A. Willis and Joe spuuti, victors beloncr the fn hmnkp anv comment on the Sandusky, of Columbia, and RobLouisville, Ky, and of right ought to. formai announcement of ert. Bailey, of Graycraft, attendNews We believe in competency in ev Beckham for the senatorial nomi 236 W, Jefferson, St. The Elizabethtown Masonic Lodge at this competent ery station, but it ought to come "nation and he likewise refused to ed the whose editor is a SU& place on last Saturday night. Judjre. says: "In the argument fmm flip narfcv in nower. When make any statement for publica made and victo- tion at this time relative, to his The Lodge had work in the before Judge Cochran in the party fights are and it also conf er-e-d any oppo- candida'cy. From another second degree railroad assessment cases, we ries won why should preferment source, however, it was learned the masters degree on'W. R. cannot see where Gen. Garnett nent ask political been that Representative Stanley will Taylor, John Jones and : Robert and his assistants were outclass- - over a victor. It has not . !, t wiiliriarl ' "RonnViliVnn nnlicv to OUt Dem shnrt-.lmake a formal announce- - Willis, r 111 w CU in otiv IIUT "J lil crjr tiv i.iirr i aiiiuuu , ai.vmmvv" xr are Bargain Days terats in and it will not be Dem- - ment 0f nj5 candidacy, and that Uncie Ja'clc Sanders sold his attorneys." ocratic to retain Republican ap- - he will get actively in th ilace Clearance Sales in every Department of our Big Store are: the farm to Wint Grider for $350. Resurrected from "legal deatih pointees. at the proper time and wage a order and price Concessions hold sway If in need of Governor Dix's by a stroke of throughout He had a sale on the 30th and thorough campaign anouncement of "' .pen, Albert T. Patrick, thrice on The was will give posession in a few daysk a can the. State. This information j ernor J. C. W. Beckham, Linoleum Carpets, the verge of the solemn march to revealed by a close personal and didate for the Democratic nomthe grim electric chair, and a r political friend o Senator-elec- t Sing Sing for the ination for the Senate has been life prisoner in ventured For present or future ttse, it "will pay y6u handsomely to look MONEY It will be re- Ollie M. James, and he Rice,-at- formally made. murder of William Marsh large Assortment of Special priced Merchandise. r 'that Mr. r Stanley 1HO jitUG membered that Mr Beckham the assertion his Thanksgiving dinner, at the support o'f Ayon,the 'nomiti&ioh overGov.. would receive York. iome in New It was denied McCreary and then" was defeat Senator James. Hubbach Bio$,, & Wellendorff Tt7.1t mnVinitr affl TI V llCSt matt tt .. i Julu. wumiuiicu .: . weare ,ucac3, Ae.AVt12.t&l by this friend that Senator-elec- t prices. you Tecorpoiyiled Former Governor J. C. W ed by Senator Bradley in the m 1856; and can do BETTER formerthan, scents or commission in any way "pledged announ- "Legislature, by four so called James had Beckham has formerly chants. Refefcencesanybanlcinipn-isviUAyritc for vreekly price Hsi. 522 apfi S24 West Mkrket St. himself to support any 6ne for ' "fc atari x cnNS candidacy for United Democratic members. This fact, ced his St, LOUISVILLE. K. H&aft 33 t aklmuc, the domination, as has Wen rewuviu. Dealers in f uw&, States Senator, subject to the together With Mr. Beckham's, ported frequently during the ilibuisvlllc's Biggest Carpet Store. August State wide primary. splendid service to State and past few weeks. .:2 fHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ) ( . I i I'ost-offl- ce ! '- -?v i - r.-sj ! W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE -- i I ii I 5F1 1IK Ik JUL AfiIIIllA llfil FK. "i wB 3 VW m i - and European - - I I -; "" i- - j &eR-a?or- r Hermein C " T r Electrical Supplies sec-tions'- of two-third- s. ex-Go- v. July and August Ex-Go- y- and e 5KgaJ e. -- . over-v.ou- Tr1 J -. - . . i -- L .,- - - " L J . . - tJRAIN, Roaxr 1 aking Powder AbsolutelyPure . .Wheat... Gopt.i.j'f. .. .. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 105 A4'h&k&0 LULdi mdrnei. .tfe . tindsey A School safe place to put your children. At gopjli place to attefid school. . .. ' - Today. "6B TTrrrra ....... J'i r. - ........ Jfo W Chickens- 4 I i m 8 8 11 ft r ' i d"J5 ' T ...t - VI ; .T Cocks K;'"J,'"m Turkeys o eese . Ducks Wool j. ....... 6 Cooking under modern' methods and conveniences is made so attractive the whole family is becoming interested. "These biscuits are delicious; this cake is ' 7 21. 12 45 5 50 25 spring clipping, 9 Hides (green) Feathers ....'. GinBeng ." excellent," says the father. " I made them," skys the daughter, and- - both father and daughter beam with pleasure. Royal Baking Powder has made home baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and the best cooking today the world oyer is ?i done with its aid. TlianKsgiving. Beeswax Yellow Root May Apple(per lb) 3 25 2 DENTAL OFFICE Dr. James Triplets Dentist jrX'X' TO POST OTPJP1CIS Married Absher. Columbia, Ky. 111; I'HONK Mr. .leffersoiOYfooclmd.Miss Louise j Mr. W. H.' Cave was at his Ohatham. prominent young people of B. Cave's a few days Oreenville, Ky., reached Columbia brother, J. so. orr-iC- E l'noNisos wSt Wednesday imdjThursday even-ingi- n thepresencp of afew relatives and friends werejmarried at the home of Eev. J. It. Crawford. TJie bride is a sister of Mrs. Chesterfield Turner, of this place. The couple remained at the residence offProf. Turner until Monday morning, leavingjforihome via Louis ville and Bowling Green. of last week. Iviiss They don't havejthein, nor will any one, who uses' Bucklenss Arnica Salve. 0. H. Hendrickson. It glopilies the fce. Ecqema or Salt Mr. Ingram Robertson and sisBheuVi vauishlbefore it. It cures sore lips, chapped hands, chilblains; heals ter, Mies Annie, visited their burns, cubs andibruises. Uneqiialed ( brother near Campbellsville, last for piles. Only25c st Paull Drug Co Saturday Bertha Dillingham spent last Saturday night at Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley's. Miss Nell Tupman visited at Mrs. Retta Hancock's last Wednesday night. Miss Audra Dillingham re Famous Stage Beauties Look with horror on Skin Erup- turned home last Sunday, after a tions, Blotches Sores or Pimples. week's visit to her sister, Mrs. Second Term Begins Dec. 31, 1912. Board and Tuition $11.5 i to $13.50 per month Write for Catalogue. NfclLSON & MOSS, i " - - VJ 1S1D0R Nothine is more imporlnnt in the home than clear, steady. light. Insure this by Betting- the oil that burns clear nnd clean without n flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to tank-wago- COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. RAYNER. ofDem-oci-ati- Almost at the moment c Buggies j S urrevs HiinaDouts, night and Sunday. Rev. .1. F. Claycomb, of Sturgis, Mr. Joe Beard and family have Xy., filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church last Sunday forenoon. removed to their farm hear here. Six or eight yearsago Be v. Claycomb We are glad to have them with was the pastor of the church here, us. and lie was greeted by a large perfection. Costs no more than the n kind saves MONEY saves WORK saves eyes. Your dealer has SOL1TE OIL in barrels direct from our works. Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Louisville, Ky. Refinery at Wacren, Pa. We sell the celebrated "No Carb" Auto-Oil- . Mr, Robertson was the guest of Cleo Cave last Dirigd, I.keep on hands a full stock of Misses Ava and s Saturday. coffins and caskets, also robes: 2 hearses. Prompt service night or day, i J W. Harvey has sold his crop Mr. Ray Williams and family Phone 29. of tobacco to a Mr. Keltner of r have moved to their farm near Bliss, for 55.00 andSG.OO J. F. TrlpUBti, tier J-- Columbia, Ivy. Lost. A gold broach, a small diamond in center, surrounded with pearls. Tim Under will be rewarded. Mrs. Judd. J.-1T- . 5-- 1 1 Wanted: Peafowls. Box 282, SI. 50 each. W. T. Ilodgeu, Campbellsville, Ky. The business houses of Columbia closed Thanksgiving' from, 11 o'clock until 1 o'clock, the propritors and salesmen attending services. For Sale. B- Neatsburg. Also Mr. Bud Wat-- ! owt son and family. Tom Neat, the jovial grocery-ma- n paid our merchants a call Mr. and Mrs. Garlin Weather- ford, of Knifley, were in this last Saturday. G. G. Campbell visited relneighborhood one day last week. atives at Glensfork last SaturMisses Ida and Flora Grant day and Sunday. are spending a 'few weeks at Mr. Charlie Keeton is erecting a '1 Willie Beard's, of Holmes. aweinng near nere. uur iitue Mrs. Vina Morris entertained town grows slow- but sure. Venus Royse has sold his farm at a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday. Those present were Mr. here to his brother, Selby, and and Mrs. S, H. Absher, Mr. and ' will remove to Fairplay where him. he will embark in the goods bui.-- . Mrs". Mrs. D. M. Moore, I 11 1 -- v 1 I t1 - victory Isidor Rayner, Senator from Maryland, like Car-no- t, an organizer of victory, lies dead. His death, they tell us, was hastened by his plucky ef- - j fort to fight just one more fight, to help win just one more battle, and those who know how puis-- , sant a debater he was, how for rnidableand resouceful, can readily believe the story. Rayner was, one who enjoyed) the comedy of life, who played the game, who had 'small pa-- j uence eitner ior ine querulous or the sophist, the disingenuous or the disconted; he agreed with Pope that an honest man is the noblest work of God and his defense of Admiral Schley drove that conviction home. A lawyer of splendid attainments, there was nothing tortuous about the processes of'his mind, and it was this very directness that served him so well in the Senate. One always knew where to find j Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. afi ,' jf j! dFb f S Greensburg Kentucky, : ' Sells A Oar Load Of Baggies very 'i Saturday. '"" Saturday June 22nd, Main $ Street 'Greensburg was Blocked for two hours wi'th Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. J - L ii. Jones sold his farm here A' First-clas- s Kimble organ. ornament has taken so slight a to Baker Jessee", fdf $4f0.00. Mrs, A. I. Hurt. part in our deliberative assem Possession will be given phrist-mablies; on the bench and fth the Mr. 11 B. Cofer aiid Miss Gains were vhen Mr. Jessee will bemarried at the llancock Hotel a com come an inhabitant of our thriv- oartneoewu!:' JsaaeiMS Thanksgiving. Eld. Z. T. Wriains we 'find him every ofliciated. ing little town. th'e top, but in the hisJ. V. White was here last where at Tile Montlcello Basket Bail team tory of 'the Senate we can think Thursday peddling bhums. Mr. badly defeated the Rusfeell. Springs only of Judah P. Benjamin, of team on its return from Columbia. White has. a churn that "Is hard days, of Jonas, of t to beat, and he has sold quite 'a Guggenheim, and of Rayner. nor . Lost, near joburg: a purse number of theni ia thi3 The finder will be reis the list of the House much, if A. A. Cowherd, warded. any, more numerous. . Coburg, Ky. LOUISVILLE MARKETS F. B. Webb no teaches at To say that he will pe missed this place, (.Date the Majority of Hog aud hominy this section !s from Democratic councils is to! leaiy blessed. on Live Stock this larger pup& to Chestnut Latest Quotations say the obvious; to state that he i Grove last Thursday night to & Co., "ad" oiTMeditbr- Eead Eussell measured up to the highest Cab- -; CATTLE tak "part in aspelling match. A ial page, then call at their store; . Shipping steer ,i4 $7k')08.50 met office is no empty compii-- ! ,., ..... B.50650 number of schools were repre Beef Bteera ment, Senator Rayner had beenj . j Fat heifers and cows-- . . .. 4256.00j sented Wcl all spelled well. For Sale s, :J contain-ingmoney- Mr. and. H. B. Robertson, Mrs. J. H. Morris, Mr, J, W. Moore, Mr. and Air's; William Curry, Mrs. Rebecca Shears, Misses Mattie Morris, Ethel Curry. The tlittle folks were; Lawfene and Drury Moore, Annie "and The! ma Morris. The day was pleasantly spent by all. The dinner cons sisted of turkey, pies, 'cakes and every other thing to make a g6od diiiner. sal-ad- "ness; It is strange that the race of which he was so conspicuous an k mon-plaQ- e' During the day Towa Marshall icallldi' on to clear the-street- . 'ante-bellu- m What is the - cause of these PhenfminalK . Sales:' .-- . ruaiity, ' Styles - and Easy Riding. ' r REMEMBER , Woodson 'Lewis the Buggy . v . v My farm of 12L 3?& good lauu, 1 Cariners mile West of Gaatiery ou l?6ttit's Bulls. Cutters .....-; ; I... . Fork. 4-l- For parti&llars address, Feeders . . . . ObOCKeirs-- L. Y, Gabbert, Ga'dberry, Ky. Choice Viiilch cows Ctifciion to fair cows HOCS x. v....... .. i ;. 35.0(W5.00 Russell county, l15ioo-35:00 w Bo'b Fletcher, Breeding, did 2.003.O0 (some- 3.254.0Q business here one day last week. Lidehtil 'availabilities a I whatimixed and motley company; 4.2505.75 in- Slelvin Petty did business x3.755.50 bdfe,!at this juncture, what is im-)dita- a.Oo'80 .r- - V .wcnfiman. 1 LT kJ 1U LiVj J A U A. ftF t ntis W. Tanner Ottley Htto tfh sj cy-nt- -Ii ?Choice210 up .v.v...:. 'Mediums, 165 to 4210 r. . '. PlgS . . .'. i :'. i:'. . f? .,? . "Roughs '"WUl practice Co-urt- in. alie Ky. .... vv .. Columbia, A- - Caa.. J: :.::..::..: Fat sheep........- :- Best lambs .".'.. '. ; SHEEPA'Nb' LAMBS ' ;i:.; -. that his removal en.week. ', control of i .'.- - 'Breeding; was dangers Democratic best fay the! '8.75 the Senate, held at ': '" ." 7.fe '" ' ; narrowest 6f margins. Gp.v.i last Saturday. 6.50 appoint a 11 F. E..Webb and sister, jMiss Goldsborough 'will creating thus:a difMae, spent last Saturday arid 'Republican, 5.00 6.00 ference of two votes on - a Sunday at their home at v.S.005.00 , division. Louisville Times. 3.00-4.;iTohn-.Simpson- several daysthis the Mower and Binder manv the Engine, man," the jj UJ Gasoline if. "" SiX " -Implement rnaTn? t-- .. - 451.TTT1. 1" . . '. ff- - "fc. , , " W ft ADSft W VF ilkl , 11 . .': GREENSBURG, F WK Ll ft 1 ,K? ft I ; ' B . 00 Jr J s . THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS. Origin of the Term. That Has Become a Part of Golf. "Wha is Colonel Bogy?" That is the e refirst question usually asked cruit when he steps on the golf links never tire 'Treiudice is a hard thinsr to overcome. Letters, recently received from IX. E. Professionals and veterans of explaining that he is the imaginary ut where health is at stake and the J Myers. Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hamopinion or thousands 01 rename people mersmith, 118 W. Chestnut St, Louisville, opponent, with the fixed score for eudi differs from yours, prejudice then your menace and you ought to Ky., are thebut a few of thousands hole, but few can tell how the name esteem in which Dr. Caldlay it aside. This is said in the inter- showing originated. , from est of people sufferingworthy chronic well's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is It generally is accepted that an Engof their not violent, like constipation, and it is attention. salts or cathartics. It cures gradually lishman was first to set forth the idea. In the opinion of lesions of reliable pleasantly so that in time nature In December. 1S90, the scratch score of "American people the most stubborn and its own can he cured again does Constipatedwork without outconstipation imaginable the Coventry course was taken, being people owe it to y a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup side aid. I'epsin.'You may not have heard 'of it themselves to use this grand bowel the score that a good scratch player tefore, but do not doubt its merits on specific. would take to each hole of the grounds, Anyone been that account, or because it has not very remedy wishing to make a trial of this making no mistakes, but also fluking Matantly advertised. It lias sold before buying it in the regular' successfully, on word of mouth recom- way of a druggist at fifty cents or ono nothing nor being fortunate with any mendation. Parents are giving it to dollar a large bottle (family size) can special flashes of brilliant play. their children today who were given it have a sample bottle sent to the homo tiy their parents, and it has been truth- free of charge by simply addressing Dr. At the time they called this "the fully said that more druggists use it W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St. personally in their families than any Monticello, 111. Tour name and address ground score." and later several touron a postal card will do. naments were given under the system oher laxative. The name, however, followed soon, and 'its origin was a curious one. Dr. Thomas Browne, It. N., went out to play against rt "friend. Major Charles agreed instead A. "Wellman, and-theof playing directly against each other to play against the ground score and decide their match accordingly as earli fared in this way. It so happened that about the same time the bogy song was being sung by the late E. J. Lon nen'at the.London Gaiety theater, and everybody else was singing it The words of the refrain were; How to be Certain of es BIRTH OF COLONEL BOGY. I A) a)i eo?)S)G ' I Curing Constipation mild,-gentle-non-griping by-th- 1 Sn 5- - WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and xra rrTTTc Ir COURIER -- JOURNAL hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My. doctor could not neip me, but I was completely cured by 1in1 cnnllc t?Vnn rntil1 ' li ; HERYSWATTERSON, Editor i DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, J diet, 111. ! 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. f I -- . Is it National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular pnee is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY I 1 AND THE ADA! 1 COUNTY The Daily M Special I BOTH ONE YEAR Attnetin to Eyes Louisville .. Times News And The tiUdll County Is tire best afternoon (laity paper publish- e& in Louisville. It is Democratic '" ' and is iieartity supporting Wood" Wilson'for the Presi- - '. : row dencv. . . Here comes the bogy man! So hide your head beneath the clothesv He'll catch you If he can. There was the idea in golf. "Hfc'li catch you if he can!" And ft flashed across the mind of Major' Wellman "when he was playing this game and was getting "caught" by the grounc score. "Why," said he to his friend Browne, "this nlaver of yours is a rej; tilfir hnrv' mnn." A rmisirlorfllilf .... ; . .. of golf history was made in tha; chance remark, for "bogy" was from that moment established in golf. Soim time later "colonel" was added. nil--.- Hush! Hush! Hush! I 5) Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices, lam well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. i you will give or send your order to this paper1 not to the Courier-Journa- l. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. 0NBURK5V1LLE 'I 1 2 ) I Rally fiiiiiriflrSfiHrnal Yr wwS wwunw wusaiwin Sunday Gourier-Journa S6.00 f Joseph II. Stone, Attoney-At-ta- w 1 I , S2.00 fi Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : II V ' A WALRUS ON LAND. - " ; TJie "j campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout: the United States subr scribe for the Times. i- - We.c&n furnish The Times and The Oounty' JsTews both for 4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in ' your subscription ' Tho Awkward and Bulky Creature Is Almost Helpless. As might be expected, a wall us is about as helpless on land as a can.-i- ' boat It is .with no little difficulty an.: .much hitching and floundering that lit drags his huge bulk upon a. sandy shortoven with the boosting ho gets from i behind by the breakers as they roll in and dash against him. His hind flippers are of little use on land, and on sand or pebbles, when his front, flippers do not hold well. Uih labor of floundering forward is so giv i j that he .never 'Stirs beyond the edge : j the "water and usually lies with J:: j body half awash, with the salt spn. dashiuir over him like torrents of ram a. 'On solid rock or ice he gets aloif. much better, and often a herd wii. spread several rods, back from the wa i , ; i 1 We can cive you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if yon will write Jamstown, Kentucky a ft this paper. I )s5':SxX!? (Why rrn r mm! loiinty News and Weekly joarna .oth one Year Each J s (cur i f ids y m wmmm tor's edsre. The females and younger i I Arnf have far less development of neck t incumber them and therefore more freedom of motion than the v males, who actually seem a croat but Z411 will need a Daily paper During the Presffaiia iuiad The bpuigvilie Times will ' . den to themselves. These creature-- 1 are strictly social in their habits a:. always go in herds, whether traveling, feeding, lighting or resting ashore. I the days before the slaughter of wu living creatures became a ruling pas .fdnn iii tho hrreisfc of man rliiv Pfieifl. M. m j Attention The Adair Conity News'onejyear and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, til! . jj Courier l;Journal? s5fl ' keep y.on 'fi" tha Tvhnlf nP Tlrii-sea and strait in herds wjiich oflv contained thousands and even tens' ol RrxvifK: iiitmhitwd r , I Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWOIDOLLARS. HENRY VVATTERSOI . thousands of individuals. A V hmwotm ; v Posted.. - ' raKVPK-rmvBsnMC- yTTj-mr. J i I I 1 Gave Himoslf Avay. . ' man who Is. steadilr. employi'd Qnallj had a day off said decided to flsliiug, faking his luncheou with him OS&i t. Columbia, Ky. ItSS When he reached the creel: he uiscov ?SS.f had dropped the lum-ered that he ?5" packet somewhere on the road :tn'! estr hastened back to look fdr it. Present kwji jij tMfc nTCS fjnal i"gpy i",, j. r &? w" tw tj C" s st " 7T7 v5j Svv IAvTi ly lie met a husi;y negio, wno u:is,5 cvva fctTiMysMroniouxyinrtFOMrBtia wVMfftivyboxyfcavfcdyQiiTocsxp looking nappy anu piciang nis teeui. "Did von iind :mything on the road ' ' canle uloug?" asked the gentle- j man. "I "No, sah," answered the negi-'o- . didn't find nothing. Couldn't a dog , have found It and eat It up?" Every- J. if. COCKF, V..Pres. 13. H. DIETZMAJV. Sec U. G. HAfiDW5CK,.Prcs. ' body's. .' , . -- This is your opportunityjf you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and moneyto -,, Editor.. I3K! We CanlFurnish YOO . The News, vTv" The Adair County News ' m ' MmmMW(B m mmmmmmmim i m 11 ' Weekly : " ' . as-yo- u Courier-Journ- al h i ' Both One Year For $1.50 We cari also give, tfberak combination rate with Daily All Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscip ktion Books - Will feave; to Come off, Under. l '4- if not Paid at once . thevLaw, ' - r s - - .. Cleopatra's Paarl.- Most persons know the story that is'; told of Cleopatra to illustrate lier lux urious habits of living that She .dls solved In her wine a precious pearl Ko one seems yet to have questioned" what must Save been the effect upiiii' the drlnU. but scientists scoff at the po.islLi.lity oi .such solution. TLe fact is pearls are not soluble in wine. The most powerful vinegar attects tnoin slowly and never entirely dissolves them, for the organic matter remains behind in the shape of a spongy mass that is larger than the original peart-Ne- w York Press. Willing to Help Him. "Why don't yon want to let me hold your hand?"- "What good would' it do you to hold my hand?" !It would make me glad and give me courage perhaps to to say some- " x , 'h W a ttr. yi ri-f- v w i rVISP -- n di zjh w fcj v tk m m ri j 1111 1861 na & WMMW m i 3) m M'm J ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 188- 9- i j i j i IWIIiii WRIGHTS 'JEALER5 1301 TEIRteeTCTtf-Mftl- g mAGHllSTS IN LOUISVILLE . -. I &NGJPJES. BOILERS, SAW MUS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS N. or Sunday Courier Jouraal. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- MOKE STACKS, j Government i. Sheet Iron and Tank WorK & . thing that "There! go 1-- Ier" . carry Papers in the MalViox Parties who Owe Sr More than one ear We WiH Strike iRrom our list Severrfi flundred Next Week , Wiiwlf Please hold both of ,my Record-Herald. - ga&r. i-$ - &$'; '.'" pany, Louisville, Ky.', fo? free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order' to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. JOtfBlNQWORK SOLICITED . .hands."-Chica- .7, - t.:-ai- TTZ are always mak Mrs. tienham-Y- ou ing mountains out of molehills. Ben-h'aAnd you 'are always marking mountains down to molehills. New York Press. Not a Permanent Return. I see vour married daughter is borne, . again.'; ' . 'Yes,. Hut only for" a visit. my dear-on- ly. a visit."- IVtrolt I'.rw I'ress.-. . " Her Mark Down Mania. All Kinds of Machinery Rpaired- - arms 227-29-- TT " sl&c sv' MONEY The Adair County News and Daily We tell vouhow. anduavbestaiarket prices. We are dealers: established fnlS56; andean do BETTER for you than agents or comiatssion merchants. References any bank in "Write for weekly price list. ' Im-Isrlll- e. ; fr - journal .:- 4. 33 E. Harktt SL. LWBTIUE. Dealers in fuks, Miuts, wuul. M. SABELtSONS KT. r ! rw 'V . '4- -r : c TBE ADAIR COUNT NEWS From a Country Editor; FAIR THAT MADE A FRIEND IN NEED Just a Bit of Life as It Cropped ut on a Railway Train. : Stubborn Case "I was under Mrs. R. L Phillips, the treatment of two doctors," writes of Indian 'Valley, Va., "and they pronounced my case' a very stubborn one, of womanly weakness. , I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone,, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than In a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." A TOWN WAKE UP Bowling Breen's School Gathering Beat the Circus. IT THE The folio wingjis Jfrom a priv- A TOUCH OF REAL HUMANITY. 'ROUSED CIVIC PRIDE. The Rough Looking Man Who Proved That His Heart Was Big and In the Right Place and the Shabby but Grateful Foreigner He Befriended. 'Whenever I j LARDU I Woman'sTonic if you 'are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to women. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable, ingredients, it acts, quickly, on the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. Write fa? Ladies' Advlsorv Dent. Chatfanoona Medicine Co.. Chattanoora. Tena.. book, " Home Treatment for Women," sszt free. J 52 for Special Instructions, end ce Ejgrt hear anything nowadays about 'man's inhumanity to And Made Citizens Realize That Kenman,' " said a Providence citizen the tucky Was Forging Forward to Take other day, "I am reminded of a little, Her Place With Other States of the incident. 1 was coming back from Union. Boston with a friend on the midnight train, and, getting on board at the A circus can bring n crowd Into Back Bay station, we found a seat town that will tax the livery stables 1 the ana side streets, but a school fair and near the rear end oftram car. pulled out I "soon after the parade can do the same. On Oct. ' happened to look around and saw the Bowling Green was crowded, crowded as if a show was in town, but there conductor apparently expostulating i nnmoo fr mrinaa rf nfwr onrl onf" ' f-'WiiV. V.lV with a rather shabby looking specimen !ffei;enfe- - It,WM, CrOW,(1 ?f'of Humanity wno was sittinS in th during Cleve-eage- r, tie and n0gS' and eyes IS A last seat At first 1 niiMI wB iur uynu me mere paraae; it was was dranl saw i land's administration I advised nut as L watcbcd a uurtu luui mams tne awauemng or a that he was a foreigner who couldn't rrtw,a their ie YOU WILL SEND niuuw-wuuic- u about state that had dozed comfortably for ...i ..... r,. .,.. . . ,. unuerhiuim lngusu. lie was noiui.i V0UR 0RDEI out a crumpled one dollar biu to the .affairs. I lend the chronically . ZlSayiUS NeW York' Ver 'impecunious sums ranging from fy.:;zyr-(- , i ! -- ate letter written AbyjLa oountrj editor, not for , publication, which was reproduced in the! Kansas City Star: "I know everybody in the whole country ground-abou- t by his first name. There are a thousand things to make life a FOR 1911 joy. rne youngsters in school BRIGHTER, BETTER, come to the office for my opinion in difficult things in their BIGGER THAN EVERj lesson. I figure out the conTHE REGULAR PRICE OF tents of stacks of alfalfa and prairie hay for farmers. I am the court of last resort when it THE LOUISVILLE TIMES J LOUISVILLE TIMES W-" . tg $5.00 YEAR. 1 i ,;j, ZfT; TO US, YOU CAN GET Now is - the Time want; to keep posted during1 the Presidential Campaign subscribe for the Courier Journal and Adair County News. If you . $1.50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets 7K IN. 7K M SIS. The News and the Weekly ' Courier Journal One Year . i. .JULijl-jujjiiiiiimii M i i 8 AHicMHBpTimpe and Wmac "Finally the conductor shook his 50 cents to $3.00, and always ' head, said something I couldn't catch et lfc back' head the hst and ! on. The foreigner, a rajher and went decent looking young fellow, gazed at help carry the paper to take a! ,. ' him despairingly, then buried his fate . subscription for some one in dis- NEWS in his hands and began to cry. With . , iuu ', uiwui tunuus iuuiiieiuucu ot lue tress. traveling public to the troubles of anv AND "Our office gets the freak one else. I paid no more attention to ; the man and prepared to take a nap. vegetables and big corn and fine "I was just beginning to doze when I 35 became aware that a man was stand- fruit. We never get any knocks. ing beside me in the ais,le, speaking to No one ever comes round to tell me. 1 sat up and looked at him.. lie was a rough vA" fwk'i. s prepossessing, appearing man. far from us what to print. Our town has u clean shaven, with a no joints. We have one drug sort of bulldog face. BOTH ONE YEAR "'Say. gents, he began, '1 want to store and it sell no booze. If know if you wouldn't like to help a felour druggist should iuvest in a i ' ler out.' "I stiffened instinctively, determined government license he knows, j to refuse to let him make a 'touch.' . ""There's a poor young foreigner and hi? wife knows, because I j THE LOUISVILLE TIMES back there,' ho went on with "a jerk' of told him, and he told his wife, LINE OP SCHOOL BOOTHS. , bis thumb toward the alien, still sityears; it was a crowd that unconscious ting with bowed bead", nS Tie's up that an item would be made of the best afternoon paper prinly was making history. It was not a against it for fair. He can't speak a such license being granted, ted anywhere, yelling, surging crowd, but one that word of English, and he wants to go "The- - only wrangling I ever to New York, where he has friends. stood quietly as the parade passed and " 'He got the idea somehow he could made remarks that were pregnant with had is with the preachers. The i Has the best corps of corres thought. One grizzled old farmer look do it for a dollar, all he's got; but, of ed far down the line of sturdy march course, he can't, and they're going to town has six churches count pondents. lng children, smiled and remarked to put him off the train when we get to them six, and there is only his neighbor: "This la the, biggest daj Providence. It's. mighty hard on a felCovers the Kentucky field perBowling Green ever had. It's bigger ler like him, and there ain't any tell- room for one. All the preachers than speeches, elections and everythin" ing what'll happen to him getting put are on the free list. But I hard- fectly. off in a strange city at 1 o'clock In the else." Just think of practtcnlly every ncho morning. I thought maybe you'd be ly ever go to church and when Covers the general news fiel6- child in the county in line, parading the willing to give a little to help him they bring a half column of in principal streets of the town. Think of along.' corapletely- "He stopped. looked us straight in dope school pride that came to them the about their particular while preparing their unique costume. the eye and smiled sheepishly as if he boil it down ; Has the best and fullest mar and banners for the prize were ashamed of what he was doing church I take it and offered. There were whole schools ii We gave him a dollar, and he went ou to a single paragraph, and that j kets reports. blue and white, black and scarlet through the car, and there were few of brown and red and pure white. One the passengers who didn't respond to makes them sore. And they, DEMOCRATIC in politics, bui group had each and every boy, big and the appeal. He came back counting send the presiding elder around; little, in a brand new pair of blue over the money, and as he got to our seat I ; when he comes to town to talk fair to everybody. alls. Even the subdtetriet trustee had heard him say: ' caught the contagion of enthusiasu There's a dollar more needed-l- 'll tQ mQ and to admonish me that 1 make It up myself I' aud he pulled out and marched in hisfi ew blue overalls. SFftlft YAUD CIlRCfDID Back to the top of the hill on which a couple of Hfty cent pieces and aridcd am wasting a wonderiul oppor- - JLllL? 3 UuK the buildings of the Western Xnnua them to the amount do real work for the rest went the line of inarch. Behind ' "The conductor and the brakeman tunity to TI0N RIGHT AWAY them went the throng of parents and were standing at the door of the car 'Master. And I come back by. " Iwt n nnn iu" iua'in"L'i a stai, l.n .It fHnndc iv Uni'r. i 1As7- - at uiu U1SIM l vi.-- . iuo w.i i rM uvui iuuu ? -- i 1s " Here," said the man who had col- telling the presiding elder that of the Boys' Corn club of Warren county and the exhibits of the schools lected the money to the alien; 'give me our paper-idoing more to make Qrders regardin corn These In one of the large rooms at the schoo your dollar. the town.a decent little hamlet orders wouW booths were arranged that each dis "Dumbly, but trustingly, the young ag fol,ows. K trlct school might have adistinct xpa.e fellow banded it over. and. giving It in a week than all the preachers .L rhafc eyery ear of CQm for its handiwork. A walk amom: to the conductor with the rest, the bull- doinayear. -., . these booths showed beaten biscuits dog man said gruffly: ,.cakes, bread, preserves, jellies-- , gardei " There's his fare.' "A little country town like taking not less than six kernel vegetable, doll furniture, sewing of "It slowly dawned on the alien what had been done for him, and as the con- this needs a man a MAN for and spi uted, that the weak ears ductor punched the rebate check and spiritnal adviser. A man like may be discarded. handed it to him the gratitude in his face was indescribable. lie couldn't that and one church in a town 2. l.iat every ear intended speak, but he took his cap off ami pull down $2,00lXa year forpIffl ting bowed again and again to the otiicial. could before but the latter pointed to the passenger and do an immense amount ot j j j ! l : ADAIR COUNT! " M?mmMixMP$8M 1 ! THE LOlliSVILEE TIMES FOR ONLY $4,50, ! i ete , ! ' ! jUDjlilr- ' i 1 - - . fVi-- .ti n.. ! s ( . , j ,,.: ,.,., frefize3 and ! -- WkWkWfWkSk Wm&WkWk Z . . , to entering the lists for the toga. 0 and vegetables. More than Senator Blackburn has always' girls are enrolled in the dehad a large folio wing .and might , partments clubs, which are make it very interesting for his organized on lines similar to thej onponenus his friends say . 25,-00- more of a success than the boys of the agricultural. states, accordIt is strongly rumor.ed in politi- ing to the officials of the Departcal circles says the Louisville ment of Agriculture, who . has Times, that former United States just completed a report on the Senator Jo C. S. Blackburn, of movement to instruct girls in the Woodford county, is the "dark art of raising tomatoes and the horse" referred to in the race work of canning them. The for the Democaatic nomination work has been hampered by lack"1 for United States Senator at the of funds, but the efforts of the- , .. . next August State wide primary. departments , nave been nignly Some astute politicians regard successful wherever introduced, ' a sure Senator Blackburn as the girls Of 'the State Of Oklahoma starter. They say the veteran leading efficiency. in The child Democratic leader has recently ren Of "the gentle Sex in that State, expressed himself as being in raised and canned this year no .his oldtime form and not averse lees than ninety varieties of fruits -- Jo BlacKburn Mentioned. - il aisle and told the youth that he wa S"uuf wiuic as iu io iuc "U1"c" served. the oue to thank snd hold bazars and T t fche corn be graded "The foreigner crossed the aisle till squarely in front of his bene- take ireak ways ot earning a he stood p,anter tested and be factor, took off his cap and. with tears t, wj, V?A cue utuu u.at li'Vi made reidy to drop the proper of gratitude in Ids eyes, bowed again .aoimrm may have bread and butter and number of kerne,s and again, it was evident enough that the bcuefactor was einbarrassed bj a roof over him and raiment to "4. Tnat the cornbe improved this unexpected outburst. At first ho waved his hand around the car to mdi put on. jby selecting, for the average 4'. x W. cate that everybody had bad a liand hi . i farm, ill it. But he couldn't make the foreigner sa. 100 of the be3t eara ... ftr r 'at understand The latter kept on bowand plantingthem on one side of ing, whereupon the uncomfortable in How to Bankrupt the Doctors. dividual iu the seat grunted and turnA prorasnenb New York physician the cornfield. The seed for the ed to look out of the window. envs ltTf it. were not for the thin following crop to be selected in "I have never seen." concluded the k, ngsantUhIll soled shoesworn by the-faman who was telling the story, "a from the part of the women the doctors would probably be . ... ... . tmiiLUf i. ...... n. m.x i. i,M cU .. DUIIKIUUL. w.v. .... lr. !!( OS .tT.0tQi.n.fr rf ,.l.lfn Jr. II1V IIII ..III APilOKS, CAKKS AND JEM.IES, lltll you contract a field where the best seed was t OIILLLCI A. Ul 1.11I111L1 ..'-.'"-do not wait for it to develop imo planted." nil kinds, drawings, paintings, collec ting across the aisle, this bard faced cold man had heard the story of the for- pneumonia but treat it at once. Cham tions of leaves' and various woods Notice that all of these things eigner, helpless, atone and frightened, berlaiu's Cough Remedy is intended ti,0 corn suow was siendid. but it and out ot pure goodness of heart, especially fpr cooghs and colds, and can be donp by every-farmand mst bo ti,kuu " 1S n separate str without any necessity for doing it. In? won a wide reputation by its cures of cost practically nothing. in iaci, me impression maue on vour ' nad taken UP0U himself the ungrateful --'pent most, 111 . tfrtttllln "UB Slllill "UU 1 a l.t.. IIIB r, r n - kmi- . eUU UUIU&S llll" !. j I , , m-rn- ' ia i give-.supper- s KX-rZ.7- id I ; TK'O.'v. . .. i I i ! ll L. 1 LI m er i N, Girls Successful as Farmers. c.,nal ouuvco. " jo5 . ii, o 1 organized for the instruction of Girls as practical farmers are the boys. ton hitr. too fine ' too t, handle properly. It is easy to feel man he'd never seen before and would "' fb fwssesz the throb of enthusiasm in a crowd probably never see again " Provident v that is surcharged with it. but It Is a Journal far different matter to put it into cold Good Corn Rules. ; Four The New Star. print. - r3ati r "How did you become an actor? . 1 guch events make us know Kentucky has roused herself from her nap and Is suppose you studied Shakespeare and stretching herself and rubbing her other masters for many weary hours " " If I owned the farms of the I eyes, it is only necessary as she rubs "Not exactly," responded the pronii A jiow Man Of i tlio HrnTrcinnco frnm ha mtnn nun Bent star. "1 became an actor by mak United States," said Prof. P. G. S ft!ace sv If. rirj ? from pain Him. in my 'I was her see the problems that confront her ing a three base bit in a pinch," Holden, superintendent of the stomach, hid aud bacfe,'1 writes H. h'ren clearly,, thqn to make her PittsBnrgh Post T. Alston, Raleigh, N. 0.. "aad my move forward steadily toward 'the agricultural extension depart- liver and kidneys did not worfc right, place that should be hers among her but four bottles of Electrip Bitters The best part of beauty Is that which ment) Iowa State College of Ag(later states of the Union. made me fee,' ''ke a n6w nan.H ao picture can express. Bacon. riculture, " I could give but four PRICE 50 CTS. k ALL DRUG SIORES. iiiim-iisivu I at Bowling Green was that it was reporter during the whole day he all effectual these diseases. It is task of soliciting money from the rest and is pleasaut aud safe to take. Tor of the people in that car to help qui a saletby all dealers i r trio I I vt . s 1 r I ... . "" J 7 ' V "aTSr 'J. &- - T '. 8 Gr adyviile. THE ADAIICOUNTY NEWS the scarcity We have had fine hog slaughtering weather for the past week. Mr. C. L. Keltner, who recently came in from Texas, is now house keeping. LVon and Messrs. W. R. John Q. Alexander, of were calling on our merchants last week. Mr. Walter McCanles, of EdZion. monton, spent last Sunday in our city. Hog killing is the order of the Juflge T. A. Murrell, of Co- day in this part. lumbia, was in our midst one day Mr. John Conover and sister' last week. MissEffie, were visiting their new brother, Mr. J. N. Conover, near D. C. Wheeler'9 Mr. dwelling is now completed, Montpelier, Saturday night and and is a very handsome res- Sunday. Camp-bellsvill- e, he would like to buy a few hundred pounds at the market price, but for his convenience he prefers to buy them all on foot, and can slaughter them as the demand requires. Mr. J. F. Pendleton, the live stock dealer, is now buying up a shipment of fat cows, preparatory for the Louisville market. of old bacon, Casey Creek. f ;ttv u r Mr. Charles Murrell, who is 1 in. 1 in. x 26 in. 28.00 15.00 Mr. W. W. Yates returned to erecting a large feed barn for business. All wanted 30 in long, shorter lengthsjtaken only to save timber Bird hunters are rather scarce, , a Edmonton last Wednesday, after Evans Broa., near Eunice, was All spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or ShelljBark Hichory, Spokes that are brash, also a several days visit to relatives at home Saturday night and Sun- this season. Most people are nearly done containing defects such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. and friends. day. These Spokes must be full in length and the 30 in. is wanted. All Spokes smaller than gathering corn. The yield, is x If x 30 in. long wil Mrs. Mollie Diddle was on the Mrs. G. E. Powell is still in a be classed as 26 in. or culled, depending on size. better than usual. sick list for several days last 1 idence. ' The health of this community is very good at present. Mr. George Beard and sons, Harvey and Charles, visited relatives at Bradfordsville last Saturday and Sunday. Some of the young folks from Until further notice, we will pay the the following prices for SPLIT this place attended the box supper at Pine Grove last Saturday HICKORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair County, night and reported a nice time. Kentucky. Mr. H. H. Tucker, the Hotel man of our town, is doing good ' Price per M Pieces 1Mb business. He is a worthy gentleman and we wish hini success. On Heart Depth Length D C A&B Mr. Goode will soon have comin. x 30 in. $6r.00' in. $14.00 If If $ 8.00 - lg in. pleted his large store house which in. x 26 in.- 12.00 5.00 If 6.00 1 in. 2 in. will hold an immense stock of x 30 in. 18.00 7.00 10.00 1 in. 2 in. x 26 in. goods. We predict a flourishing 16.00 6.00 9.00 2 in. x 30 in. 35.00 2i in. 18.00 trade for him in his new place of ATTENTION m. jg FARMERS and TIMBGRMEN Split Hickory Spokes 30in. Long p week. Messrs. Hill and Moore have their new grist mill at Weed, ready for business. It will be a great convenience for the people of that section. ' Messrs. Willie and Allen phens, of Miami, spent last Sunday visiting their sister, Mrs. Keen, near this place. Receiving the 10th of October. Wolford Bros, bought a nice Mr. Doc. Brockman, of Sano, All Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. For further particulars call on or address, Misse3 Nora Shirreli and Elva is visiting his brother, Mr. W. lot of timber from G. E. Walker at a consideration of six hundred Hunter accompanied Miss Clar- W. Brockman, of this place. dollars. ice Stotts home last Friday. CO. Mrs. Henry - Tupman, of this Robert Grady, of color, sold vicinity, was at the bedside of Mr. David May and son, saw vu,"'"u, "-seven or eight hundred pounds her father, Mr. Griffiin, during mill men, of Parson, are doing e. G. W&hington, Mgr. business near tbis place, have a of pork on this market last week his last illness and death. contract of sawing for Wolford at lh cents per pound. EVERYTHING IN Mr. Lucian Gadberry and wif e,N i Bros. Uncle George Flowers, one of of Sparksville, were in this comour oldest citizens, who has been munity last week, looking for a The writer visited relatives. afflicted for several months, location to sell goods. They will near Liberty, Casey county, last week, and was delighted with II with a complication of diseases, probably locate at Joppa. the growing wheat, I saw fields is improving at this time. We are glad to note that Mr. Strong Hill sold Will Jones a Lewis Young, who is in the St, span of work mules last week Josephlnfirmary, at Louisville,- Pki rcs for $250. Will says he is going is getting along nicely. Wilson's Store. YOU WHO ARU SUFFER- TKG THE TORTURLS OF to make tobacco 'm this county &ev! J. W. Campbell, while iUZEUA. WHOS73 DAYS Also Elwood and American Fence. like he made cotton down in TexThe health of this neighbor- - whose B"i oh tsCaiu: visiting in this community, de MADE SLEEPLESS BY as. the terrible itch livered an interesting discourse hood is good at present. ing. BURNING PUS. -' Wesley Parson, the n at Zion church, Saturday at 7:30 Mr. John and Sam Jeffries re- 4.' black smith, of this section, p. m. turned from Illinois Thursday. SSMgSfSnS?gSg -A -WUTPTI nr,Tr'Trr irrrrT ' trip to 'Edmonton last made a D. L. Wilson sold to Brack cure you. iwiLirSESDi COi Miss Lena Murrell was visiting . IT PRJ3E. POST OR Ws$?2&$mi .. Monday prospecting for horse Incorporated paid, without any obligation oil her cousin Miss Mabel Murrell, Cain 3 head cattle for $72. . YOUR PART. JUST WRITE MR A trading, but did not see any that YOUR NAME of Craycraft, last Thursday .w. w. urayens soia zneaa fnr A P0STAL CaRD 1 AND ADDRESS ON 112-- 1 16 Eaat Mather Street, Between First and Brook v.ill send T1I3 filled the bill. r Y0L' night. Friday. Messrs. Ed Hill and J. G. Sneed were at Greensburg last 27. declining state of health. Miss Tina Brockman was visiting her sister, Mrs. Virgil Hurt, near Ozark, last Saturday. Miss Eva Murrell, who is teaching school near Neatsburg; was visiting her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Murrell, the latter part of the week. Prof, R. 0. Cabbellwill open a class in vocal music, at Smith's Chapel Wednesday night, Nov., J. M. Wolford gathered seven-ty-fi- e All Spokes too small for 1 x x 26 in. will be classed at the price of "C" grade of this see or culled. barrels of corn, off of six Split Second Growth White Oak Spokes, 30 in Long acres of ground. On Heart Depth Length C A&B The common school will close 3 in. 2 in. x 30 in. $30.00 $12.00 weeks with an enterin three 21- in. in. x 30 in. 3i 20.00 45.00 tainment the last evening, which The A and B grade in Second Growth'White Oak Spokes will admit of one third or less sap timber in sizes will be Friday before Xmas. 2 x 3 in. and larger, jf the spokes are free from all other defects, tough and heavy. Elder Stafford, of Campbells-villThe C grade takes in Spokes that are more than d sap timber, but both grades must be split from preach' at this place, Second Growlh Whitepak, showing a good growth. will the second Sunday in next month. Don't Split Brash Timber Into Spokes, as we cannot use them. Spokes that are brash, also pieces Every body come out and hear containing worm holes, knots, sun checks and shorj crooks will be classed as culls. e, one-thir- him. Will Commence THE ADAIR SPOKE J ECZEMA SAfjsise. l":rulJ5 "r "" '""Walt, lfB: Vp T t.t-.ttt- o Jul np bUtlClJi DEilf lift DC ROOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Gravel, Rubber, Qalvaiiized and Printed. weli-know- Op-SEND Miss Mollie Flowers spent a 42 and 5 shoats for $10. J.C.HUTZELL.123W.MainStFt.Wayiie.Iaa. - Louisville, Ky. few days in Columbia, last week, visiting friends. The continued dry weather for the past two months, has siven us the best roads we ever had in tms While this is the case with the road?, we hear considerable complaint about the scarcity of stock water' on some oi our farms. If it don't rain in a few days the water will be entirely gone on some farms. Mr. Allen Keltner is now on the market for tobacco. He has bought several crop at fancy prices. Mr. Keltner is certainly 2. good judge of the weed, and when he examines a crop, he can iell you exactty what is in it. n Mr. Charlie Sparks, the mail contractor, of our city, and hy the way, an all arouud good kind of a fellow, and the worst thing we ever knew of'hini doing, was voting the Republican ticket. He is particularly fond of rabbits, and he informed your reportes that the boys he had engaged carry' ing tfie mail fdr Kim "liked"' the ' meat of the animal just about as well as he did, and owing to the extreme;high price of pork, and sec-tion. well-knowT owe their ! Miss Addie Willis, of this place, ful appearanco to 8t tlcrpiade. Nwbro's No matter what may and Mr. Mooney, of Oregon in Ixjhcr age, a woman with a riico bead of company with Miss Bessie Epperhair, hair that is soft, Veterinary Surgeon Blossy and fluffy, always looks younger son and Mr. R.. G. Willis, Mr. and Dentlat than sho is. Herpidde makes the and Mrs. E. R. Willis, drove 'to hair beautiful witli Bhim- thatsheen Columbia last Sunday afternoon, 9 years experience. Special attention! mer which and bo at- la '' tractive and always and were quietly married by given to Surgical and Dental wort.. jndJcate3 a healthy. natural growth. It the scalp Rev. Chandler at the Methodist Office atresidence near Graded School keeps dandruff andfreo tho from "building. hair from falling out. parsonage. The bride is a pop ' There are remedies said to br "just ar eood," PHOE NO. 7. N. butHcrpicTde is the cenuino Original dandruff ' ular young lady of this scommu-- J a 'fji .J ecrm destrover. i One dotlarsIzcboUleresuarantecdv only daughter of nity, and the r&PtXV-'t'l'Public Sale. Mrs. Patsy Wjllis. Thetgroom, XJtfKJJ'J . ' M. . M J.C who has been visiting' at this ,7'On Saturday Dee. 14th at 10 a. in. i Don't wasts your money buying place for the past Trtonth or two, X will bffer. for public sale ray houseplasters. Chamber hold fdrnlture "aynnmber of books strengthening is liked by all wio'haVe made his ain's Liniment is cheaper and better 1U.J. from a select library, one set of double acquaintance. They have a host harness and some garden implements: Dampen a pMece'of flannel with it and' partn I will sell any of friends, who wish to extend In the mean times private sale, of bind it over the affected and and it will relieve the pain soreness. theabove articles at JOHN r J. B. Crawford. - For sale by Paull Drug Co. their qongratulatiots.? "' ! Mrs. H. P. Barger, of this The spelling at Concord school place, is visiting ' her daughter, house Friday nightjmanaged by Mrs, Geo. Smith, of Lula. the teacher, Jas Hayes was large' Mr. John Troutman, who has ly attended. been in Warden, Idaho, for the The auction sale at Wilsons past three years, returned home store was largely attended on FIRE INSURANCE & j Tuesday. last Nov. 23, and proved a success to : George and Lucien Hunn pass- all. real estate M1 ed through this community last Born, to" the wife of Mr. Sam M .; ? week buying cattle. Coffey a boy. mtmA--WMMS-jSWiMr. A. 0. Young left for Mr. J. W. Roy bought of Will A WOMAN IS AS Louisville last Tuesday to be with Taylor 1 calf for 17. WiBPtKSSn is brother, ' Mr. Lewis Young, -- OLD AS SHE LOOKS during a second operation which m. E. Jones U. H Jones J will be performed in a few days. Thousands of wo! " W 9F y m J wmfdmlmmm m galsJiaLm li e. ---- a! ifll Ii'Til'fll II J . J I , 9ntiB'c' 'ffpf 'i frrn ' V't ' o " li'tf - . .' m. I I TM fcB iii Jfi'llii 1 7' mWA Vfi'TlOT" t viM.!..a:Lr.,iy.A.L-.A,,tiii..j,.'A?L'ti- a 1 iui MS -- j ff 'Till fi ' ii 1 ' -- 'V 'iJMtVYrm -i Jones 9 Jones men youth-- ' , t J S0 Hyfp'i)lH lf ViBF '(firWMr PAULL DRUG C- 0- Columbia, CaneValley. Ky.Hj 431 W' R' HUTCHIS0N Ky.H ....' i mmJUk FwWsmlvtmrKm HIGHEST .MARKET PRICE PAID .FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES M(Ml an 'CemralMfon. Writi for price" list mentioning this - . . FVIIv Ell DC AND HIDES u. Ik I WHITE & CO. SSSHSJ. ' ,- - A., v F .ff.V-- ml .