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J j The village of Cane Valley is not very large, asmany readers of the News know, but it is large enough to have three persons dwelling in its midst, whose birthdays areupon the same day, the first of December. These persons are: Misses Julia Moo re, Pinkie Callison and little Miss Mary Martha Hutch- Last Thursday night atu o'clock, OF THE CONDITION OP At the sale of Rev. J. It. Crawford's Mrs. Margaret Burton, who was the household furniture on Saturday. wife of Mr. Clem Burton, died at her Dec, 14, at 10 o'clock a. m., many val- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK late home, near Yester, this county. uable books will be offered for sale, AT COLUMBIA, IX THE STATE She was about :0 years old, was a among which will be found; 24 Vol. OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE Masterpieces of Eloquence daughter of the late Gideon Burton, 15 Vol. OF BUSINESS NOV., 2(i 1912. Charles Dickens Complete and was born and reared in the comIlistory. RESOURCES. Leading Facts in English munity where she died. She left be2 Vol. Loans and discounts 100 942 31 Memoriess of Prentiss inson. This bright little Miss is but sides her husband, three or four chilOverdrafts, secured and unsecurThe Worlds Congress of Religion. two years of age. The writer also has dren and a large number of relatives. 2 ed Ilistory of Home Illustrated 2 Vol, U. S. Bonds to secure circulation testimony as to to the ages of the She was a sister of J. E. and Frank 25 000 00 Grams Universal Atlas other two, but as they are a might old- Burton. The funeral was largely atOther Rond to Secure Postal 3 Vol. 2 012 00 Savimrs Shakespears Plays youug bride of the village, tended, every body being in sprapathy er than a 50 225 9S 2 Vol. Bonds, securities, etc of India peace. Prince the writer holds her with the bereaved husband and mothBanking house, furniture, and Ilistory of the Reformation. Because of these young ladies and erless children. 3 400 fixtures 2 Vol. Duo from National Bank--, (not In Darkest Africa this little Miss having birthdays on 910 52 reserved ascnk) Historical Lights. We have time and again called the the very same day, the hospitable Ilistory Due frotn State and Private Mosheims Ecclesiastical home of Mr. "Will Smith was thrown attention of the Louisville dailies to Banks and Bankers, Trust open and his daughter, Mrs. Charity certain correspondents in this section and nearly 100 other books from a seCompanies and Savings Moore, entertained in honor of them. of the country who make it a business lect library. Banks 097-1- We are having plenty of rain this. week. n shoemau, J. D. Lowe the of Columbia, was here last Saturday. well-know- Our farmers put in last week strip ping tobacco. .1 F. Pendleton was at Greensburg Friday and Saturday. Quite a number of our citizens attended county court at Columbia last Monday. Miss Mollie Flowers is spending this week in Columbia. Miss has been in Elida, N. M., for several weeks, returned home last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Charlie Traylor and daughter Miss Eula, of Becks Store, Cumberland county, were in Columbia several days last week, visiting friends. Mr. Elmo Strange will be in for several weeks, assisting: the management of the Inquirer in the publication of that paper. Mr. W. T. Hale, of Russell Springs, who has been employed near Bloom-ingto- n, 111., for some time, returned home the first of the week. f Camp-bellsville CO . i Sallie Diddle, of Columbia, spent last week in town. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Burdette, arriv ed in Columbia last Saturday afterVj noon and were lovingly recieved by Mrs. Lena Paull. mother of Mrs. Bur-det- te to-da- y Mrs. Moore was assisted by Mrs. Wil-Ji- e Hutchinson and Mrs. Susie Page. These ladies served to forty-on- e guests, one of the most sumptuous dinners One of the kind one reads about, and the mouth fairly waters for some of the savory dishes. So a description will be withheld, having much pity for those who could not partake of the bounties which Mrs. Moore prepared. Each of the young ladies received jiice presents December the first was upon Sun-daThe young people went to Sunday School and attended church serv ices, then went to the home of Mr. .Smith. While the writer connot of making the First day a day of visiting and banqueting, yet she was much pleased at the quiet, sincere enjoyment of the company and with their becoming behavior on this .day. The day was ideal. The affair a most enjoyable one. Mrs. T. V7. y. ap-2rovo to send specials to said papers, palm ing them off on the public as News. They take items which have appeared in this paper, change the phraseology, hold them several days, sometimes as long as two weeks, then wire them in Times, as news. The Courier-Journa- l, Post and Herald are represented in this town, and when anything occurs worth reading the local correspondents wire the news at once. Some fellows who want to add to their string are hogging the dailies. Due from approved reserve Death of a WellKnown Man. Mr. agents Checks and other cash items.... Notes of other National Banks 23 7S3 5.'! 827 78 too 00 155 44 I '. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. A DA 111 CIRCC1T COURT v. vs Ivizzie Mary Rupe &c Dfls., OFKESTI'CLvY. Uettie Rupe&cPlffs., The above styled action having been take proof of claims against the estate of A. K. Rupe, deceased. I will atmyonicem Columbia, Ky., from) tne4tiiday of December. 1912, to the December, 1912. All persons having claims are directed to present the same properly proven. W. A. Coffey, Master Com.. Adair Circuit Court. Neyv :51st day of referred to me to advertise for and receive claims and take proof of same Patent. to-da- Robert A. Last Friday morning Groves, who was born and reared in n to many Green county, citizens of Adair county, died at Cane Valley. He was buried at his old home place, in Green county. There were but few better known men in Green county than "Bob" Grdves, as He was he was famliarly called. one time in comfortable cirjovial, at Attempted Suicide. cumstances. His funeral was largely attended. He will be greatly missed, as he was one of the land marks of We learn irom liusseti county par that part of Green county known a?t ties that a man named Simpson, who Miami. lived this side of the Russell Springs, attempted, last Thursday to take his Engagement Announced. own life by cutting his throat with a pocket knife. Dr. Com best, who lives at the Springs, was called, sewed up Dr. and' Mr&. W. K. .Richardson, of the gash, and the latest report is the this city, y announced the en man will recover. gagement of their daughter, miss Tabitlm, to Mr. Tim B. Cravens, of Mr. J. A. Webb, who was here from Columbia, Ivy. Their marriage will Russell county, last Wednesday, re- taicpYiauC TiacSmber 2G, at the home ported that the news had reached his of the intended bride, this cit- yplace that air. A. II. Holt, proprietor. Tompkinsville News oi one oi cue nocejs, Jamestown, naci met with a stroke of paralysis. He Cured of Liver Complaint further stated that it was hot a se '"f was suffering with liver com- vere attack, and that it was generally believed that he would recover. Mr. plaint," says Iva Smitn of Point Holt is one of the best known men in Blank, Texas, "and decided to try a Russell county, popular with every- 25c box of Chamberlain's Tablets, aud body, and his friends are anxious con- am happy to say that I am completely cerning his condition. cured and can reccommend them to every one.' For sale by all dealers. ' Foxes Wanted. Lest you forget, Christmas is coming and you will wane a supply of Grey Foxes $2.50, Red Foxes 5.00; good things to eat. Don't forget, that Minks S6.00 to SS.00 each: Coons $1.23, I have these good things, and will sell and express. Send name of your ex- them to you right. I have the goods press otllce in first letter. you want, and-cadeliver them to you V. T. Hodgen. N on short notice. Box 232 Campbellsville, Ky. Geo. E. Wilson. well-knowto-da- Fractional paper currency.nick-els- , and cents Legal-tender Lawful money reserved in bank, 7 viz: Specie y Mr. S. F. Eubank will leave and Itobert Thurman, who The Superintendent's otllce will be Indianapolis. Tud., where he will ' killed Bud McCandless in shot for Edmonton, closed on the 21st day of this month contract with a manufacturer to put sometime ago, has beeu indicted for and will not again be opened until his recently patented water pump on murder in the Metcalfe circuit court. the first day of January, 1913. Teachthe market. It is one of the The circumstances which led to the ers will please take notice. ever invented. It has killing is n to our readers. about double the speed of any other Thurman was arrested, his bail being Lost, near Coburg: a purse containpatent and it works without friction. fixed at $:,000 A motion for a change ing money. The finder will be reA small child will be able to operate of venue prevailed and the case goes A. A. Cowherd, it with ease. Tt is generally believed to Barren county andNwill be called warded. Coburg, Ky. v that it will be a source of much re- next March. simplest-contrivances well-know- meeting at Jay Bird school house afc rhuKday n.ght and assisted Columbia time. The prospects are Hatter-- 1 Lod?e' N730' "l herring degrees J 4GD CO this note I ou S!X "Plants. lug for a good meeting. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (1 per cent, of cirMr. J. D. Walker, of Columbia, spent) Mr. and Mrs. Geo. It, Miller, will 1 250 00 culation) t leave for their home in .. r..- - i.,.t nni.icfrm nni.. ii Louisville tO- MUV ll list l.lbja ULl llk3 tutut tl.tfcl tiVll iicf 2QG 5m 01 V,S1C just enuea is tne tirst Total i aaJ ine week, .urs. Jiiner ever macie to uoi;urabia LIABILITIES. llrs. Lou Flowers who has been She authorizes The NeT3 co stato U5 000 00 Capital stock paid in 22 500 00 visiting her relatives and friends in Surplusfund that she has had a, mpj delightful Undivided profits, less expenses jthis community for the past week visit pnavsba 'charmed with our 2 oir u and taxes paid will return to her home in Logan coun-- . little city, and is h 25 C0Q DQ National Bank notes outstanding exceedingly pleased ty in a few days. ' Due to ot'n National Banks many friends of her husband with the Due to Stato and Private lianU Our Sunday School children will all i With whom she has met. She expects " 51 receive and Bankers their Christmas treat at the to return during the summer of next Dividends unpaid Baptist church next Sunday, the 3rd, year, her stay being more extended, individual deposSb supjwt to 131 9:4 2, anu at the Methodist church on the Mrs. C M. Barnett, returned from Savings Deposits Postal 35 10 5th Sunday. All the Sunday Scliool EnsYlle Monday afternoon. places. 59W3WW children are invited to both Total Dr. JR. Y. IliiKtaMu is spe!i.;.r ;: Mrs. Mary L. Dulin, who has been few days in Louisville State of Kextccev, ss: an invalid almost for the past three couxty of adah. or four years with a complication of j I. E. II. Hughes, Cashier of the above Officers Elected, named bank, do solemnly swear that the aboe diseases, is in a ery critical condition statement h. true to the beat of my knowledge at this time, and if there is nob a awl belief. E. II. Ilucnrs. Cashier. days. a. The following officer were electe I Subscribed and sworn to before tne this 5th change she cannot last bu& for Columbia Camp No. 13502 M. "W. . dav of Due, 1312. Elmer Cook sold last Mtfriday a ?ef? G. I Smyths. N. P- - A. C valuable span of work mules in Co- of A. last Monday night, to serve Coinmtsaloii Expires, Jan. 21,1914. lumbia to A. ITonn for S3"0. Mr. thiough the coming jear. ConRECT Attest: W. T. Ottley, Consul. Cook also bought a span of young Iln.VXTOX Massie. Director Finis Eosenbaum, Advisor. mules from J. A. Diddle for $235.00 J. t StONTGOMKItY. Director. J. C. Strange, Clerk. tlENHY N. Miller Director. Josh Taylor a well known and res-- 1 S. G. D.euney, Banker. pected colojed man of this community ' II. T. Walker, Past Consul. is in a very low stage of health at j Herbert Sminh, Escort. Notice H. W. of A. this time. Josh has been onthede-- j W. E. Willis, Watchman. dining list for the past year, and at Clint Smith, Centry. A meeting of Columbia Camp No. this time is confined to his room. Iti Henry Hurt and Dan Clark, Hoard 12302 M. W. of A, has been called for is feared that he will not be with us of Managers. Friday night Dec. 13, 1912, for degree but a short time. Drs. Russell and Flowers, Physiwork and other business. All inemb We had no services in our town last cians. ers in good standing are requested to Sunday on account of Rev. W. G. be present Pangburn and his wife taken violently Christmas Recitals at Lindsey- sick very suddently one evening last REPORT OF THE CONDITION week. Their physician was summonWilson. ed at once and it wa thought for a OF THE while it would be impossible for them Fridai afternoon, December VJ, 2:30 to recover. Their sudden attack was o'clock, recital by pupils of music and BANK OF COLUMBIA caused from eating canned fruit and expression departments they were poisoned. We are glatl to Tuesday evening, December 17, 7: JO Doing Business at Town of Colum- note that they are both improving at o'clock, recital by pupils of" music dethis time, and will be up again in a partment. Admission lOcts. bia, County of Adair, State of fow days lro. Pangburn will fill iiis Wednesday evening, Kentucky, December 15, appointment here on the 5th Sunday. 7:30 o'clock, an evenig of plays by pu At the Close of Business ON the Every body invited to attend. pils of expression department. Ad- 2Gth Day of Nov. 191 l mission 10 aud 1.1 cts. KESOUKUKS. ! and other friends. They wiH Master George Diddle who has been confined to his room for the past few leave for their Marion county days with fever, is better at this time. home. Messrs. J. C. Popplewell, L. C. Mc- Uncle JOhn Moore, one of our oldest a critical condi - Kmley, M. F. Upton and J. W. Toils, citizens has been in members of Russell Springs Lodge of tion for the past week or so. were in this place last Rev. Payne is holding a series o Odd-Fello- 0W 1 JuO ft 1 j -- ! fv 4 ! venue to Mr. Eubank. Wanted: Peafowls, The Basket ball team played the Russell Springs boys in the Lindsey-Wilso- n gymnasium Saturday night, Dec 7th. The result was a victory for the home boj's with a score of 20 to 13 Both teams did gcod work and the game was interesting from start to finish. A large crowd witnessed the contest. Lindsey-Wilso- n $1.50 each. His Case Exactly. ''"When father was sick about six years ago he read an wivertisement of Chamberlain's Tablets in the papers that lit his case exactly," writes Miss Margaret Campbell of Ft. Emith, Ark. "He purchased a box of them and he has not been sick since. My sister eaa stomach trouble and was also benefited by them.'' For sale by all dealers. fit W. T. Hodgen, Box 232, Campbellsville, Ky. re- Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured Stock. Bonds and other Securities Due .from Banks CubIi on hand Checks and other cash Banking house. Furniture and 137 'Jc: 23 3 4S3 93 9 C'i 37 ."IS) '.6 -; Personal I 11 41V. 03 C17 06 items...... ....... Adair county was blessed with fixtures freshing rains last week. They did not come too boon, as wheat and all Total, other vegetation were needing .moisture. Capital stock cash 'J OOt) 00 250 GIG: LIABILITIES!. paid in, in $30 000 00 50 000 00 G 943 41 182 920 CO 747 -"-G and in the evening at The Rev. O. P. Bush, of Lancaster, will preach at the Baptist church the 3rd Sunday in this month at 11 o'clock 15:30 O'clock. Everybody is cordially invited to be present at these services The official boards of Zion aud Cane Valley are requested to be present also. Surplus, Funds The show windows about town Found. Undivided 1'rofits. less exhave become very attractive in the penses and taves paid Two calves one black aud one red last few days. There are so many subject The owner will please call on .1. M Deposits for taxesto check nice articles on display the purchasers Keserve Total will have some difficulty in making a Harris. someselection In our judgment iSct The truck car which will be run i&tatk of Kentucky, Jocl thing useful would-bthe most desirCounty or Adair, , lufipuoii Hiic nl:iffi nun f!sminnml;villp. able Christmas present. We W. V. Jones and Jno W. is due to arrive in a few days. dent and Cashier of the aborc e i 230 Olti 27 The remains of Capt. W. C. Turk, buried at Union graveyard ten or twelve years ago. were disinterred last There is a black yearling steer on Wednesday and brought to Columbia my place. Been there since July. The and buried in a private lot in the city owner can have by paying expenses. Jerry Cravens, cemetary. Mr. John W. Flowers Dunville Ky. .superintended the removal by directions of the surviving members of the family. Coming. 5-- 2b Taken up as Estray. The recent rains greatly revived the growing crop of wheat and at this time it is looking well throughout the county. Born, to the wife of John Lee Walker, December 4, 1912, a son John Ritchey. Mother and baby doing well. Rowers. l're-.i- named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. W. W. Jones. President. Jno. W. Flowers. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of December 19UI. My Com mission expires Feb., 19th. 191G. Jo S. Knillcy. Notary TuMic. Mrs. Z. T. Williams has been very Very delightful refreshments sick for several days. were served, and the time most pleas- riie following were pres- Mr. W. 1. Ingram was in the Louis- - antl-- v sPet j ent: Misses Mattie Elliot, Ruth Mil- ville market last week. I liken, Bess Shannon, Ethel Crockett, Mr. Jeff Henry, of the Greensburg j pi0sc Heyd, Xettie Clark, Lydia West, j bar, was here Monday. Mary Chandler, Kate and Ida Hogard, was'Katc Murrell and Mrs. G. W. Staples. Dr. D. V. Hallou, of Uowena, here Thursday morning. Mr. S. W. English died at Smith's Mr. W. E. Clark, Greensburg, was Grove. Ky., last Friday. He was a here the first of the week. cousin of Mr. J. A. English, this place, Mr. Sam Lewis made a business and he left a number of relatives, who live in Russell county, a brother-in-latrip to Louisville last week. Russell Springs. The deceased Mr. W. It. Iloskins, Campbellsville, was a man of high Christian charac-spent Sunday in Columbia. itcr. w entertained a few ladies very Monday evening Mrs. J. O. Russell enjoy-abl- y. For Christmas supp.ies, go to Xell They have a large stock & For Sale. I have a nice selection of goods suit- of Taylor. toys, etc Prices close. candies, able for Christmas presents, that will My farm of 121 acres, good land, 1 be here this week. Call and see them. mile West of Gadberry on Pettit's Prices will be reasonable. Nell & Taylor pay the highest .Fork. For particulars address, Geo. E. Wilson. ' L. Y, Gabbert, 'market price for eggs andbutter cash Gadberry, Ky. , I keep on hands a full stock of or goods coffins and "caskets, also robes; 2 A. McKinley purchased of Theo-dor- e hearses. Prompt service night or day. If. Read the bank statements in toPowell, a mare mule, 2 years old, Phone 2Q. days paper... ., for $150. He also purchased from 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia, Ky. isame party a jack for $200, See Mr. Walter Ingram's 'Ja'd" In Rev. J R. Crawford and a number 's News. . Born, to the wife of Leslie Tapman, of friends were delighttujly entertaiValley section, December ned at the home of Mr.. and Mrs. W H. in the Cane 6th, a ten pound son. 'TiiirteentUvvft ntiiil Chrlslrrmi. JFJower?, last Tuesday. . G-4-lG-" to-day- Drives Off R Terror The chief execuoioner of death Ill the wineer and spring months is uneuraonia. Its advance agenrs are colds and grip. In any attack by one of these maladies no time should be losu in taking the best medicine obCountless tainable to drive' thousands have found this to be Dr. King's New Discovery. "My husband believes it has kept him from having pneumonia three or four times," writes Mrs. George W. Place, Rawsonville, Yt., "and for coughs, colds and croup we have never found its equal." Guaranteed for all bronchial affection Prlce50 cts and Sl.OOI Trial bottle fiee at L'aull KrugXo. iti-olL Mr. A. C. Hill, called to see our hardware merchants last week. California VC'omanSeriousIy Alarmed "A short time ago I contracted a B. II. Gilpin snd Robert Messrs. evere cold which settled on my lungs Borders were here last Thursday. and caused me a great deal of annoyMr. It. A. Thompson, of Lebanon, ance. I would have bad coughing spells and my lungs were so sore and was here a day or two of last week. I began to be seriously O. Keene, of Burkesville, Oo Dr.W. , Iain's Cough Remedy saying she had Mr. Oscar McBeath, of Boyle coun- used it for years, i bought a bottle ty, is spending a few days in Colum- and it relieved my cough the first bia. night, and in a week I was rid of the f Judge J. C. Carter, of Tompkins- cold and soreness of my lungs," writes ville, was h6re Wednesday, enroute to Miss Marie Gerber, Sawtelle, Cal. For sale by all dealers Liberty llUlu iuou ,. 'nwmnnii, .M jfi.uAcooiu"tij ncrnj !lf A I " reccomraended Chamber- - spent several lumbia. Mr. Lincoln Denton, of Somerset, das of last week in Co- "Mr, L. E. Young, who Josephs Infirmary, Louisville, is ported as doing nicely.' At a conference of Republican Governprs, held in Washington, is in St. Tl IT. lnsr. frririnv. if. was rion-ire- it would do no good this time to attempt to reorgJaiJ ed that ' fe? Mr. A. S. Chewning is now a resi- ize the old party. A natiooaftM dent of Ashland, Ky., and is employed convention is planed for vhe year by a large coal company. , ' M r. Zach Samuel, of Glenville, who 19 13 A Ji: . THE ADAIR BOUNTY NEWS of the day indicative of faith in Ashamed of it. and could hardly chop enough j God and loyalty to truth. Then for a load. n supthis great nation will be greater Even the taie great prosperity of the The sweet strains of the Ex farmers has aroused the cupidity celsior Fiddling band rippled on porters of the powers that be in and better. Leslie's. of financial sharks and they are the autumn night breezes around Democratic politics in Kentucky, Postmasters Will Have Trouble. swarming, all over the country, the home of Wash Hocks Thurs- like the Glasgow Times, are How would you like to be the presenting a thousand schemes day night' the occasion being a heartily ashamed of Kentucky's poor showing in the recent presi- postmaster? That question will to bring a fortune in a day. The jug of nine year old licker. election. Says the Times: be asked frequently after Jancrooked financial Dromoter is a Cricket Hicks has got up a pat. dential "In 1908 Bryan's plurality uary, 1913. Why? Because it is genius in preparing bait for the ent hen roost which he will start unwary. He can make black look out to introduce to the buying over Taf t in this state was 8;381, going to be possible after that like white, turn doubt into cer- public next week. The patent and in 1911 Governor McCreary, date to send by mail crowing tainty, overthrow tradition, set consists of a sassafras pole about Democrat, carried the state by roosters, cackling hens, eggs, of precedent aside, turn waterless fifteen feet long and is flat on 31,335 majority over O'JRear a any age, butter of any old wastes into green fields and one side so that the hens can sit Republican, with annonnced pro- strength, turnips, onions, and gressive views. The Wilson plu almost anything and everything. bring gold from barren rock. down if they get Lired during the rality over Taft is approximately Postoffices will no longer be dull. , He is genial, plausible, capti- night. 106,000 and over Roosevelt ap- There will be little time left for vating and conniving and it takes Miss Hostetter Hocks has de,j a strong mind to deny him. But cided to drop literature and go proximately 114,000, but this reading postal cards and similar he must be denied until his back to music after letting her majority over Taft and Roose- extraordinary duties. have been proven. accordeon rest forlseveral weeks. velt combined is less than 5,000. schemes What with hunting for stamps "The slump appears to have on pecking roosters collecting many investments of A recent piece of poetry concernThere are high merit, but they are as gold- ing the autumn breezes will be been heaviest in the Democratic extra post age 'on over-ag- e eggs column, and forces the conclus en apples in a sea of sand when played by her and realism will and extra athletic butter, the compared with the worthless be added to the feature by the ion that the division in the Re- job of postmaster will be no sin ones, and it requires a trained escape of the wind from her ac- publican household was a fortu- ecure. Trying to sort jam out nate thing for the Democracy. of a mess of dill pickles intelligence to discover them. and turcordeon. In 1908 Bryan received 244,092 nips is likely to prove exhausting is safety in these simple There Toils A Poul Plot rules: Sign nothing until you When a shameful plot exists be- votes and Taft 235,711. There- labor, too. This parcels post have shown it to your lawyer. tween liver and bowels to cause dis- fore the Democratic decrease thing, you see, is likely to drive . tress by refusing to act, take Dr. Make no bargain without con- King's New Life Tills, and end such last Tuesday was approximately some of our postmasters into resulting your wife and your bank- abuse of your system. They gently 28,000 and the Republican-Progressiv- e tirement, and the result may be compel right action of stamach, liver decrease was approx- something totally unexpected. er. Pay no currency but always and bowels, and restore your health give a check and then take a re- and all good feelings. 25c at Pauil imately 25,000. The wagons of the rural mail "Whatever it was all about, ceipt showing in detail the trans- Drug Co. carriers will resound with a bam The Plan Won't Work. the fact remains that the action. yard medley and all the postmasmanagers in Kentucky The suggestion of President have little to glorify themselves ter will need to complete tre Keep Birds Natural. Woodrow Wilson that he take unless it be the realization of ideal farm scene will be a cow to milk and a horse to curry. As a rule poultry are of a the oath of office as President on Chairman Camden's declaration Designs are being made by hardy nature and. consequently, March 4th and that the inaugufor 100,000 plurality for Wilson,' are not delicate until man makes ral ceremonies be postponed un- which appears to have been ful- the bureau of engraving and printing for a dozen new stamps them so. If properly cared for til the last Thursday of April, ly realized." which will be on sale before the they will remain strong and vig- won't work. We can't have an Everybody though the poor orous, proof of this being shown inauguration which is not an infirst of the year, when parcels old Republicans, knowing thempost delivery begins, and will in the fact that on all the large auguration any more than we can selves to be hopelessly defeated range in demomination from one farms in care of veterans sick- postpone Independence Day from through internal dissensions, cent to one dollar. ness is seldom found among the the 4th of July to the 4th of would be so disgusted that many stock. August. The inauguration of a of them would stay away from Exchanging Ideas. The nature of the fowls mu President is the time he takes the polls. But, disorganized and be stuied and every comfort giv- the oath of office and enters upIt never does anyone harm to dispirited as they were, the Reen. Comfortable houses must on the discharge of his duties publicans made a better showing meet his fellows in whatever vobe provided. A house should be fixed by the Constitution for the the Democrats. Owens-bor- o cation he may be engaged in for so constructed that it will be 4th of March. We cannot change than purposes of exchanging ideas. Messenger. practically an open shed during inauguration excep by an amendThere is an ancient maxim that the summer and a warm and yet ment to the Constitution. The says, "The day is lost in which Let Us Give Thanks. well ventilated house in winter ceremsnies must be at the time we have not learned something free from drafts and safe from he is inducted into office and they Gladness! The Pilgrim fath- new." This, no doubt, origthe cold winds, stormy weather. cannot postponed for six weeks inated when the only means of The nearer poultry is kept in or more for the reason that the ers stood on the bleak coast of interchange of and ideas a natural state the more hardy people will not go to Washing- New England cold and hungry. they needed most was food. thought was by means of meet will they be. It was this fact ton after the President has al- What ing and talking with one's that led up to the invention of ready been in office for six weeks, Sensible people were they, and neighbors. In this age, howhouse plan, We most heartily commend the' devout. When the spring openthe scratching-she- d ever, with our numerous newsThere is danger in houses built idea of making the inauguration ed they planted and prayed, and when the meager crops of the papers and magazines leaded so tight that scarcely a breath of later when the weather is good with good things, our telegraph air can enter. Again, such but it cannot be done except by iiiau uumiuii were uamereu uiey and telephone service and fast places are often overcrowded law. President William Henry' set apart a day ot thanksgiving. trains, one would have to be a and the fowls sweat while on Harrison lost his life by exposure Colony after colony and State hermit indeed who did not mothe roost at night, a condition when he was inaugurated by after State adopted the idea, but mentarily have opportunity to that quickly brings on colds. It contracting pneumonia which it was left for President Lincoln to nationalize it. In. 1863 be hear and learn something new, is safe to say that fully shortly caused his death. In 'proclaimed a national Thanksgiv-- ! remarks an exchange. of the cases of roup are 1872 when Grant was inauguratThe world has taken to specialdue to overcrowding in close, ed for the second time we re- ing day. Be glad you live in this land. Be thankful that, in izing in every walk of life and badly ventilated houses. member distinctly that several spite of the politicians, we still the individual is required to keep of the Annapolis cadets had their have a Government. The Con in close touch with his calling or Drives Off R Terror feet frozen standing in line as it The chief execuoioner of death in stitution, like a hedge anchor, something new will be developed the wineer and "spring mouths is was the coldest day ever known on lines of economy and he will pneumonia, Its advance agenrs are in Washington up to that time. still holds the ship of state amid colds and grip. In any attack by one the sweeping storm of partisan very quickly lose out if not postThe 4th of March is an unfit of these maladies no time should be frenzy. Law is still supreme. ed to the minute. lost in taking the best medicine ob- time for an inauguration on acThe virtuous element in society tainable to drive it olL Countless thousands have found tills to be Dr. count of the weather and for are still dominant. Public con- He Got Out. King s Xew Discovery. "My husband this reason it should be changed believes it has kept him from having but we can't have an inaugura- science- was never more con-- i pneumonia three or four times," writes structive. Even the more radi-- 1 The story comes from one of Mrs. George W. Place, Eawsonville, tion six weeks after the presi- Yt., "and for coughs, colds and croup dent has been inaugurated. Itj cal elements have a trace of con- the "local pape.s in Arkansas vercatism. We have not regain- - about a man that was afraid of a we have never found its equal." would be iike having the play of Guaranteed for all bronchial affection ed Paradise, but we are on the thunder storm and crawled into Price 50 cts and $1.00. Trial bottle Hamlet with Hamlet left out, way to Eden. There are still a hollow lop-- . The thunder roll- free at Paull Drug Co. Elizabethtown News. wrongs to be righted, but we see ed, the rain poured down in torHogwallow News. California Woman Seriously Alarmed the wrongs more clearly and un- rents and the log swelled up un"A short time ago I contracted a derstand better' how to correct til the poor fellow wss wedged severe cold which settled on my lungs (From The Hog Wallow Kentuckian.) and caused me a great deal of annoy- them. Let Thanksgiving be a in so tight that he could not The Postmaster says the big ance. I would have bad coughing season of social reunion and fes- move. All his past sins began spells and my lungs were so sore and papers had better not talk about inflamed began to be seriously alarm- tivity, but above all, let it be re- to pass before him when he I him like they have been about ed. A friend reccommended Chamber- ligious a devout acknowledgeremembered that he had lain's Cough Eemedy saying she had ment ofthe goodness ,NTaft. of our not paid his newspaper subscripused it for years. I bought a bottle Wood is getting scarce around and it relieved my cough the first God. Let sermons be preached tion. He said that made him J? it bmith reports night, and in a week I was rid of the and aongs be sung r.in?.ulating feel so small that he crawled out Hoevjyallow. cold and soreness of my lungs," writes tbfct he spent Wednesday in the Miss Marie Gerber, Sawtelle, Cal. For patriotism and exalting social of the log through a knot hole. woods in Gander Creek bottom sale by all dealers. Printers Album. virtues. Make the observance Some Good Business Hints. thick-and-thi4 De-mocratic The American Way. CHEESECLOTH FOR TRUCK. Better Than Glass as a Shelter For Growing Vegetables. One of the first thing3 in conpast summer, for the first time. I The nection with the funeral of the tried cheesecloth shelters la our'kitch-e- n garden, says a Country Gentleman late Emperor of Japan was the writer. Next summer I am going t under chit-beautifully worded greeting have more vegetablesstuff. Some - I cloth, for it is great Secretary of State Knox brought boards were lying round half-- i . a eight t to the new Emperor. Of all the Inmber about pieces inches wide. Ilong. fifteen inches them up into foreign envoys to the funeral Four of these pieces nailed togetl a square frame a box w;Ji-ouceremonies, Secretary Knox was madetop or bottom. Over the top It the only one to speak English to tacked a piece of cheesecloth. There was lumber for only twenty-fou- r of His Majesty and to have gotten them, and I put eight over some cubeyond the purely formal. AH cumber plants started in the house, eight over watermelons and eight over brought elaborate testimonials, i muskmelons. Results were most defiduly signed and sealed; but nite. We had cucumbers from the sheltered vines two weeks earlier tht'n Secretary Knox, in these well-- 1 usual and watermelons as big as plants that chosen words, in which he ad- - j the open beforeformed fruit. were set in The wir'te had j dressed the Emperor, expressed shelter has a forcing effect and jet a the real feelings of his country: permits hardy growth. inCloth has ItN advantage over glass that it "The late Mikado's name will j in- moisture. It is also a protect, u against bugs. be remembered in universal his-- ! When the vines under cloth outgrev tory for all time as great among the frames I removed them. Just tlK i I was nursing along a dozen eggplant. he world's greatest men. The With bugs, dry weather and other it seemed as if they w"! I people of America with one not live. Twelve of the frames w e heart and one mind profoundly clapped over those plants, and in two days the sympathize with Japan in her! healthy effect could be seen in who e green leaves. Then some bereavement, and at th 3ame brussels sprouts came for transplanting in July, when sky was like time they rejoice with the Jap- brass. I put them the out as soon right anese people in that the halo as received, with a cheesecloth frame over each, and they grew as if they which is lighted about Mutsuhi- - had been transplanted in a week of to's name will grow in glory and j rain. Cheesecloth is cheap. If you buy a brilliance with the coming of the! bolt of it, about seventy-fiv- e yards, it costs about 2' cents a yard. Thages." coarse, unbleached variety a yard wide Taken down by one of the is what you want. -- t i uts : - j ! I grand secretaries, the tribute was inscribed in the imperial record book at the inner nalace. was telegraphed to every part of the Empire, and simultaneously ' hundreds of thousands of mourn-- j ers began to repeat it with their Shinto prayers. Already it has becone a part of the sacred liter ature of Japan, and when one considers the reverence with , . wnicn tne Japanese iook upon their Mikado, it is not idle to say ' this tribute of ours accomplished, Secretary of State will cement anew the friendship of the two countries. Leslie's. i " i j How to Bankrupt A prorasnent Xew the Doctors. York physician says, ! t and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by all dealers were not for the thim stockings and thin soled shoes worn by women the doctors would probably be bankrupt." When you contract a cold do not wait for it to develop imo pneumonia but treat it at once. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is intended especially for coughs and colds, and won a wide reputation by its cures of these diseases. It is most effectual "If it It Will fvlake Foor Land Richer and Can Be Grown Easily. The trouble with soils when they cease to produce as they did when new is not that the elements of plant food are actually exhausted from the soil, but the necessary forces for the liberation are exhausted. One of these forces is bacteria. It is estimated that in the common soil there are 130 million bacteria to the ounce. These bacteria must have humus (decayed vegetable matter; for their food; then they will liberate food for the growth of plants. The supply of humus, the supply of nitrogen, the physical condition of the soil, the peuetratlon, aeration and porosity of the subsoil, can be established by the growth of sweet clover at a cheapness that is startling. Nor Is it a hard plant to grow. It is one of the hardiest of the leguminous plants. It seems to establish itself on old, wornout soils where other, legumes will not grow at all and where field crops grow so poorly as not to pay. Owing to these characteristics and to the fact that its bacteria are capable of living and prospering on the roots of alfalfa, it is perhaps the best possible plant with which to precede alfalfa in sections where there Is dilliculty in securing a successful growth of that plant. Kansas Indus trfalist. $j"t"jS'i'3ijx5)5!)(i.$. GOOD FOR THE 4 BOY. i i Recipe For Success. The boy who has engaged in a corn contest, whether successfully or not. has gained practical training of farreaching value and lasting significance. . V f.;".-.- " Keep your head cool your feet warm your mind busy. Don't two-thir- ds I I worry over trifles. Plan your work ahoad, then stick to it, rain or shine. Jon't waste sympathy on yourself. If you are a gem, ?3S j.wm0r' yyyyv'rYV someone will find you. Don't whine. Tell people you are a failure and they will believe you. liOMKMADE COKX .SHKLLE1C Talk and act like a winner, and in a No. 10 or 11 wire. A hole is bored in time you will become one. near eacli end and one end of a wire lf Good For Shelling Corn. Any one can make and use this corn sheller, says the American Agrieul turist, from which the picture and the description are taken. It is made of .i piece of board sis or eight inches louic and about one and a half inches wide or three-qua- r At intervals of one-haters of an inch notches are sawed n each edge and enlarged so as to take What He Prajed For. i - t i An old darkey who was a?ked i j j sud-sen- ly -- if in his experience prayer was ever answered, replied: Well, sah, some pra'rs is ansud an' some ain't 'pends on what yo' Jest arterdewah, w'en ask fo it was mighty hard scratchin' fo' de culled brudren, I 'bsarved dat w'enebber I pway de Lo'd to sen' one o' Massa Peyton's fat turkeys fo' de ole man, dere was no notic took pb' de partition, but when I pway dat he would sen' de oV manfo' de turkey, de ting wuz 'tended to befo' sunup nex' mornm dead sartin." inserted and fastened. Then the wire is wound as tightly as possible around the wood and fitted in the notches till the other eud is reached, when the wire is passed through the other hole and fastened securely. All that is necessary is to rub tills device over the corn and ears to loosen the grain. Points For the Thinking Farmer. Now is an excellent time to lay that concrete walk that you promised your wife tor make last winter, when the 4 mud was ankle deep. These are excellent months for odd jobs on the farm. No kind of manure, either animal excrement or fertilizers, will take the place of good, thorough tillage, now the land at the right time and to the right depth, then work it down to a mellow seed bed with disk and roller, and harrow. A brick wall or foundation", while substantial enough, looks rather old fashioned now. The concrete or cement block foundation is the modern type and, like most modern things. Is an Improvement over that which preceded it A great thing about concrete Is its permanence 'and cheapness. -- V --"- it sr'Hiri; t'- - iAfc.. s i, . i?r-r- L uaKlL..,r' 'vir&'J tTTZgj jr . "VV Si - .j i,r r - - THE DAIR COUNT'S NEWS GET WHAT YOU WANT. You Are "world. you Can Finally Grasp It if I do Is to reach for it If you reach hard enough and far enough and long enough you'll get it, no matter what it ito Its Persistent and Patient. Get what you want In this Here waiting for you. All you have Folks older grown are wont to over look at times the fact that little people small boys and girls have a sense of fair play and justice remarkably well developed, and they also forget hat uiere is no surer "or more speedy way to lose their confidence than to offend this same sense. fSkFTV QW you are foolish enough to great wealth. You can get it feut to get It you must make up your ttoind that you want wealth; that you want it above everything else in the iworld. Cyou want in years from fifteen to eighteen iu not in good physical condition the chances are that Its teeth are in ba? These should be fixed by :: veterinarian, and it will be helpful in some cases if the horse's grain ration Is ground before feeding. shape. If the horse that has got well along rAITFN BY difb VM&lS F.E.TRIGG jCEHTRALPOJMT ROGUE RIVER KOUi . VALLEY I OREGON Observe an Industrious alien with a CORRESPONDENCE 1,000. He sleeps Vegetables are both plentiful and SOLICITED a cellar. lie rises at 4. He works till cheap this season, and a goodly supply .0 at night He denies himself food to of them should be stored in the cellar, ave. Some day ho will have bis thou which should reduce the cost of living This matter must not tie reprinted without special permission. sand dollars. considerably by doing away with the 'But" you protest "I can't sleep in need for so much canned stuff, which a cellar, rm above running a pusu- - has been the housewife's only recourse The carbonic acid gas of the average 1rnrf " Vorv nroll fhpn Thpro is Httlp the past two or three years. living room furnishes just the elements likelihood that vou will ever be rich. that a growing plant needs. In so far SChere are other things that you want French Inventors have designed an they are a sort of air purifier. ore than wealth your comfort, your automobile suitable for children, havoclal position. ing engines of less than a horsepower While smut in either corn or cane is Suppose you are more sensible. Sup and guaranteed not to go faster than ugly to look at, it has been found to pose that it is success you want Good! four miles an hour even on a down be practically harmless for cattle to 'here are few joys In this world that grade. It would be a mighty gootf eat, even in considerable quantities. can compare with the joy of achieve- - thing If some grown folks in America ent Set your mark and start climb- - were compelled to use just such a ma The white or Irish potato is worth atnj: toward it You'll reach it if you chine. C feeding to the dairy cows if it can he " fkeep at it Be persistent and be got for 25 cents per bushel. Potatoi'- While tendencies to hoof contraction make an If j'ou are in Maine you cau't excellent succulent ration, but f wish yourself in California. You can't and some other troubles may be in are not high in food elements. Jfget there overnight, either. But you'll herited, It is well to see that the colt's Iget there some time if you start and feet are in good shape when winter It is a pretty sensible idea for the fKeep going, even if you go on your sets in. A little work with nippers and n lmnAn T father of the small boy to find out just A a rasp at the right time may prevent But remember this: No man ever worse defects that may materially re how thick the ice is and how deep the climbs higher than the mark he sets dnce the market value of the animal water under it where the lad goes for his first skate. It may save some exhimself. No man ever reaches the top a couple of years later. penses for casket and flowers. walking sideways. No man achieves Who keens turning back, cornstalks make an excellent win . id one thing more: ter protection for the strawberry bed. The Ohio Agricultural college reports C. White uuioif jju nettoyour apiuc ciiiciuiivSome apples uisu xui iuou uuus uuu iuuuui tuiiuuut a S. laying at Leghorn pullet that be gan four months and fourof raspberries. The point in their fa Btart climb the tree. teen days from the shell. If any of - vor is that they furnish necessary pro are sour. William Johnston In Amertection from the sun so as to prevent our readers have more precocious pulI 1CUU .uajjazuic. thawing and freezing, yet do not pack lets than this they should report the too closely together and are not easily fact i WOMEN. SHAKESPEARE'S blown about by the wind. At the state university at Lawrence. t Kan., some of the girl students have Neither Original Nor Enlightened, Is A faet tuat tne feeder of catUe' suee" formed a sock darning and Helen Keller's Verdict. shirt mend .. - ' "' vi' "o"- " T rtnnlih if tlio trnmpn in Khnkolng bureau. This will relieve the boys mind is that almost invariably rapid of a disagreeable bachelor's job and fepeare's comedies are to be taken se gain in weight of animals fed is aUi at the same time give the girls some riously. They are pretty creatures in- - ' economical gain and that such spending money. tended to be played by boys. They are mean a flesh quality tlu.i vehicle of any more or less fitting brings the the highest price. It nicely il The pulp from the cider mill may be strain of poetry which happens to lustrated in the baby beef is in the and scattered thinly on orchard or meadow please the poet Alice in Wonderland Ehote weighs 300 pounds at eigh as one would manure, but owing to is a very real little girl, but one would monthsthat old. its acidity it should be neutralized b not make a grave, scholarly analysis of mixing it with lime or scattering of character which she div , the traits duri Ult. The flock of heng it The pulp contains some pot plays in ner encounter wun uie moe coW wMer m(mths arge,y n propo. tnrl!o Neither should we press too tion as they have exercise and fro--- :, ash and a little phosphorus. heavily upon Shakespeare's poetry to air and a ration that does not contaii The crop of apples of the Facifu extract his beliefs about women. The too large an element of fat former-I- t northwest including Montana, Idaho. sonnets voice the praise and unrivaled is the reverse of two of these com', Washington and Oregon, is put at IS. also the petulant dissatisfaction of a tions that is probably responsible f 000 carloads. The refrigerator cars in man in love or pretending to be in lovo more loafing hens than any g which this fruit is carried hold 1'iJi for the purpose of poetry. The woni:m the hens with corn and no e boxes, and at an average price of $1. sonnets and in the glow-int- r ercise for them. worship in the per box this means that the crop h nassaees of the nlavs spoken by worth in the neighborhood of gallants in pursuit of their ladies is It,g n raiglltv Cne idea to uavt. ., , ,, omy Uii- cwneuuuiim iuuwuuusiuw...h k, k aeeonnti5 ,vltll mon in medieval and renaissance liter it, but it is a very poor plan to n" A reader of this department who ature. this same check book when there's im lives near Ray, N. D., recently sent the Shakespeare's phrasing outflies that money on deposit with which om' writer two potatoes of the White of all other poets. But bis ideas of banker can pay it. It's a bit emba variety. One weighed ;: women are neither original nor en- rassing for the one to whom such a Mountain pound and and the other lightened. In studying the social ideas cueck is given to have payment re a pound and a half. The tract on of a writer and his time we often learn t fused, ami it Is just as much so for tin which they were grown produced l.lu more from his unconscious testimony onc vho Isgued ihQ paper bushels nearly as large. than from his direct eloquence. Portia . is wise, witty, learned, disguised as a While the Golden Rule was given In selecting the breeding hogs fi.V, 7 will and its originally for the guidance of human nest season and this holds equally with 7 protest through her father's f, f conduct, it works well as between man both males and females it isIrrational accidents to a coramonplae ' on o Jinlc fpli t. rtllT nTrli to select only those of the l" bankrurt courtier and the cow as he would highest vigor, which come from laiv Ms hoise and his cation is that she is happily bestowed be him litters. Sometimes individual excel ,,. ,.., ,, M11U YUCIC- - OUrthI-v.u,.ni. .,., i lit uub uuij uc uutv; in kepi lence in an animal tends to blind on itt.u reer to an end a modern comedy would them docile and tractable, but lu will to the importance of this rule, but it Vinntn In tlirt fn,. nlnrp fltn rliliTlir. Z. ? . i off at the close ffom them the largest return in servk-i- ought not to. ful hero ne i hurried which each renders. of the fifth act into the possession of a ' The sulpluir smudge made by sprin man whom she would not look at if she anrt kling two or three pounds of flower" as 3as Procedure "S. were as wise and strong and witty as ' the administering of justice (:) are car of sulphur on a pan of live hardwood represented hor. the situations have coals will put a good many lice and ia th. the Prlme M ; ri;d,on Helen Keller In Metropolitan. mites out of business, but to be must hard earned monoj from the pockets of the taxpayers and effective the interior of the poultry Punsters. t defendants in court cases to the pock house should be given a spray of kero Douglas Jerrold, when challenged to ets of greedy and scheming lawyers sene and carbolic acid followed by a make a pun on the zodiac, replied. "By and only incidentally for the enforcing thorough whitewashing. '' Gemini. I of law or administering justice, just s Hook, when he was impro- long will the Theodore brand of Justice we get As the colder weather comes on. vising at a party, and a Mr. Winter, a be shoddy and mighty high priced. when the family horse is likely to bo .well known inspector of taxes, was an- used much less for various trips, ar nnnnnnd irnnt rn Trtflirmf n mnmnnf's ' wash for fruit rangement should be made so that it An excellent winter lireak in his performance: can have exercise in a yard near th ' trees to protect them from rodent in , Inspector of Here comes Mr Winter. to compel 3ur uunne the winter months is the barn. It is positive cruelty taxes. - a horse to stand in a narrow stall all bllKwhitewash rd advise ye to give him whatever he commonadded to givewith aenough tliij.e day, and, more than this, it is likely to axes. vitriol it blue induce serious physical ills. I'd advise ye to give him without any and enough sajt to make it stick to llummcry. The wash should be applied t. For though his name's Winter his actions a good height to ward against damasii t cabbages are plenty anu cueap tins are summary. by rabbits working on top of deep fall, and it will be the part of good snow. In addition to the protection it management to secure a couple dozen Danger. The A. lawyer while conducting his case will afford along the line suggested, it head, more or less, in order to provide cited the authority of a doctor of law will be good for the health of the bark the flock of hens with needed and green food during the winter yet alive. o months. The cabbages should be hung The commissioner of horticulture "My learned friend," interrupted the judge, "you should never go upon the the state of Washington has lately is a little above the hens' heads so that authority of any save that of the dead. sued an order forbidding the import :i jumping for the treat will give them tion of alfalfa hay from the states of exercise. The living may change their minds." Idaho, Utah and Wyoming on account Kos Loisirs. st With prices of good horses ranging of the aifaifa weevil. The pest noticed in the vicipity of Sail as they do at present from $150 to Cause and Effect. "Mrs. Smythe has a beautiful new Lake City and seems to iie spreading $300, depending upon breed and weight, rapidly. The damage that it may tin it means that the farmer who Is in the plnme for ber hat." thought so. 1 just met her hus- to the western ranchmen who are grow horse raising business is getting being this legume is almost incalculable: tween 15 and IS cents a pound for band." hence every possible precaution sliouicl horseflesh at three years of age. This "Did be tell you about It?" is a good return and means a hand "No, but he looked as if he had just be taken to keep it in check. some revenue for the man who is fixed been plucked." Houston Post. ro and fenced for the business. Three German scientists are said have perfected a discovery whereby i Backhanded. A friend who lives In Chicago has Bess I don't like that Mr. Cutting they are able to make artificial or synyou. I heard thetic (put together) milk. The prou-ue- t solved the quesUon of getting a line Jess That's unkind of grade of creamery butter by ordering is said to be of the same color him say something awfully sweet cow's milk, more nourishing, direct from the creamery. He buys a about you yesterday. Bess Oh, did heV more easily digested at a time, the express sixty pound What was it? Jess He said he imag- from disease germs. and entirely free on which istub about a dollar, and in It is composed o ined you must have been perfectly vegetable ingredients which are di- order that this supply may not be on charming as a girL Cleveland Leader. gested by machinery. This new milk hand too long he sells a portion of It will keep sweot longer than cow's to nearby friends. The butter is strictA Buttonhole. strength can be regulat- ly fresh and costs him from ( to 8 milk, Little Bess How do you make but- ed to. and its needs of the consumer. cents a pound less than he would have suit the just ton holes, Nellie? Little Nell-- Oh, It Is claimed that it can be manufac- to pay for staler butter of a poorer take a bole and sew eye winkers all tured and sold at 6 cents a quart quality at the nearest store. round it Chicago News. pushcart He wants BB-f- e d pa-Jiie- nt T f I i I I - v gain-usuall- j . Hint-afte- r , other-stuffin- .". $l-i,O- 1 I three-quarte- rs j - highly-Importan- t I c .v.. ,, i i I li - Can-cer.- t wa-fir- Preparation of a general income tax law, it is stated, has This is logic of about the been begun by Democrats of the same correctness as to say, when House, who reply on the States a store makes an addition to its to ratify the amendment of the sales force in order to handle its Constitution during the winter, growing business, that the cost as only two more States are necof the new salespeople is added events. That in the clashes that have essary to complete the necessary to the cost of goods. For ad lvertising is simply a so far taken place the Turks form of salesmanship, and the have gotten the worst of it Manufacturers and dealers in and that the French system of leaf tobacco had on hand most efficient kind. in artillery and equipment as in use States October 1, 1,047,-56- 0 The growth of business that a in the armies of the Balkan pounds of the weed accordstore gets thru advertising States has been amply vindi- ing to the works to the advantage of the report cf cated is clear, but how the Turks the Census Bureau. public. In every business are Nearly fought and to what causes are 400,000,000 pounds was Kentucky certain fixed charges usually called "overhead costs,' for rent, mainly due their overthrow grown. salary of manager, if one is em- must be put together later by Readjustment of railway mail the historian. ployed, interest on capital investwas considered at a conference Other details to be garnered a ed and borrowed money, insur-onc- e. between Postmaster General few miles from the line battle etc. Hitchcock and representatives of are given in letters to the New railway systems. Mr. Hitchcock It is usually the case that York Sun and Times, and it is when a business is increased,the claims he can save the Govern evident that the scene of war is overhead costs do not increase ment $9,000,000 a year. beset by more than the usual Consequently they bemuch. A bronze statue of Col. Wilnumber of blood-thirguerrillas come a smaller charge on every and robbers. The special corre liam P. Vilas, Postmaster Generdollar of goods sold. The cost of spondent of the London Chroni- - al and Secretary of the Interior advertising is paid from this incle also relates a grewsome story m President Cleveland's Cabinet, crease of business that reduces of the deeds of disbanded Turk- will be presented by his wife and the overhead charges. ish soldiers and the sufferings of daughter to the Vicksburg NaFuthermore it tends to reduce tional Military Park. the proportional expense of It is to be presumed that the By following patrons to their l. Good advertising Turkish soldiers have fought homes and serving them with should doi.ole the work the salesbravely in this war, but their John Doe subpoenas and allowpeople have to do, but the force past cruelties in war are return- ing them to go on promises not of clerks, is .not necessarily ing to haunt them. The last big to visit gambling resorts the podoubled. Much of their time war that Turkey was engaged in lice of New York have forced before was unoccupied and spent was inil87S, when Russia came many resorts to close. in listless loafing, as tiresome to so near dislodging the Sultan's The Brazilian Government is the clerk as it is unprofitable to power in Europe, an would have seeking to learn on what terms the employer. done so but for the interference If a merchant doubles his of Great Britain. That war was the United States will dismiss its Coffee business and increases his sales- much more stubbornly contested suits against the people 50 per cent to get the than the present strife, and the Trust. work done, a fourth of the ex- Turks, ably commanded by Os- Witnesses at the trial of Geo. pense of clerk hire that has to man Pacha, made a stubborn! W. Fitzgerald, charged with be charged up to each article behind the fortified walls bezziing $173,000 from the Unit-o- f sold is saved. That will pay for ed States subtreasury at Chica- Plevna. a very big advertising bill and In the course of the siege of go, testified that he had used an leave a profit over. that post the Russians made a alias in a private business deal. series of attempts to take the Famous Stage Beauties Sir Edward Richard Henry, Look with horror on Skin Erup- place by storm and were repeat- Chief Commissioner of the Lontions, Blotches Sores or Pimple ' edly repulsed. History records They don't havejjiem, nor will any don police, was shot and seriousone, who usesBucklen's Arnica Salve. the fact that, after each repulse, ly It glopities the face. Ecqema or Salt the Turkish soldiers sallied out wounded last week by a man who believed he had a grievance Rheum vanish'beforc it. It cures sore lips, chapped hands, chilblains; heals and swept over the fields, killing against the commissioner. burns, cuts and bruises. Unequaled and plundering the Russian: for piles. OnIy425c st Paull Drug Co Frank Harrison Smiiey, a de- wounded. Recollections of these atrocities .tective of New York City, told n AOSE AND REMEDY. are not dead, andSthe nower of at Coiumbns, O., how he paid Russia, this time backed by $200 in bribe money to State Senator Cetone, now on trial for Uncertainty of the immediate Great Britain, is behind the future is looked upon by many men Balkan States. Whether, in accepting the bribe. of affairs, as a blockade to cnter-oris- e engagements that the such and business prosperity, and The Hamilton Club, of Ghica this blockade is now quite apparent Turks may have been able to go, is making an effort to get throughout the channels of trade , hold the field of battl smiJar Progressives to return to the The Presidential Election; the efforts of Congress with no fixed cruelty has been shown the Republican party, and has called purpose; Organized Labor as a new wounded enemy, is not stated, a meeting to that end to be held She0 mattSf of al.the oM Turkish ferocity in Chicago Saturday 15. aCor import, represent at this time a has come outinjlthelbloody deeds A milk wagon driver, who dechaotic conflict of separate inter of Turkish deserters and stragests, to harmonize which is now the livered milk to the home of Harglers toward noncombatants. problem before the country. All want Prosperity, Peace and If the report in the London ry H. Kelso, in St. Louis, was CinPlenty. Read with care the held pending an inquiry into how cinnati Enquirer, a journal that Chrouiele is correct the scenes poison got into a bottle delivered prints all the news .each day from within thirtymiIes'of Constantievery commercial center through- nople today come as close to Tuesday morning. A barometer of out the world. Despite efforts to expedite the causes and effects that points out, forming a helll upon earth as ,as a Beacon Light, the danger and modern civilization has ever wit- trial of former City Chamberlain the safeguard therefrom. Hode, of New York, charged As well known, the Daily En- nessed. Louisville'Post. quirer is the largest in size and with bribery, the summing highest priced paper in the United fould Shout Por Joy to be put over until later: States, yet cheapest, measured by "I want to tliankpou from the bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. ltader, quality and quantity. The estate of "Lucky" Baldof Lewisburg, W. Va., "for the The Weekly Enquirer, with the cream and digest of all the news, wonderful double benelit I goo from win was taken into court again able and conservative editorials, Electric Bitters, in curing me of both when a suit for approximately two-third- s. the-Unite- d puplicity and even to allege that its cost is loaded on the 'Consumer. The Somber Side of War. World of News All the news from the war in the Balkans has been so carefully censored that it is impossi ble to present to the reading public anything except in the barest outline the course of semi-annu- al v. J st i non-combatan- ts. sales-peop- so-call- ed em-sta- nd l ! I t j , j tSlt j up-ha- d market reports, methods and results from Government and State Experiment Stations, veterinary matters, People's Forum, choice literature, short and continued stories, non-sectari- an sermons, general information, etc., with the exclusion of all matters of scandal and immorality, is today the Cleanest Weekly Family Journal obtainable. Each issue is alone worth the price atPa,ullDrugCo. ' of a year's subscription. subscriptions make Solicitors for Who Pays for Advertising? a handsome profit and increase the Enquirer in good influence of The the uplift of morality and industry, Skeptics about advertising and for the betterment and welfare of the community. For terms write have been known to raise the to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Gl 'o. question as to who pays for this a severe case ofjgtomach trouble and of rheumatism, faom whteh I had been an almost helpless sufferer for ten years. It suited my case as though made just for me." For dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the system of kidney poisions that cause rheumatism, Electric Bitters have no equal. Try them. Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50 cents $2,500,000 was filed by Mrs. El- len Dalton Plummer; Representatives of the union miners employed in the Cabin and Paint Creek mines asked Gov. Classcock, of West Virginia, to withdraw the militia. The United States forest service was the subject of bitter at- tacks by delegates to the Ameri can Mining Congress Wash. 1 fc ' at Spokane, WWLWXiWm i. er; H 5aaSw;i iLO- J"' !' M Wi M 4 v . - J THE ADAIR COUNT . NEWS . tSjs r i & CHRISTMAS GOODS Our house is full of Nice Desirable i, ' '.4 $j& t .: t t ; Christmas Goods, will pay you to come and see our Stock and Decorations if you don't buy a penny's worth. We have Suitable Presents for all. W vV35ElLL. m3fogg.&&.& C3 rf a 7jYJ OTCC CXWZ c& w && m r a. N. sincerely hope his illness will not j prove fatal, but he is a man that SB at go, I think can when called to Published Every Wednesday say I have fought a good fight, - - BY THE 4? House. It is said, it especially and peace can look through the Adair County News Company, appeals to Representative Sher-le- tears and smile. ( Incorporated.) Well I havent seen a letter in who has long advocated the the News from this part of the EDITOR. system. CHAS. S. HARRIS world for a good while perhaps Democratic newspaper devoted to the President Taft, last Friday, re- some of your readers would like Will Find the City of Columbia and the people moved twenty thousand navy to know the condition of things adjacent countlss. Adair and 8 yard employes from politics and here. We had a good crop year e d as Entered at the Columbia and placed them under the civil for most crops, wheat especially class mall matter. 4j!r &? service commission. Mr. Taft is and that is the principal crop, Ready Wm. DEC 11. 1912 cutting ice now, but it will melt but owing to the low prices that before time to use it as a luxury. prevail and the extremely bad Do not fail to see our line of Christmas Letters from Hon. Harvey crop year just preceding it there Goods. We have suitable Presents for all, ir Helm, to various citizens of The appointment of new is not much money left among Big, Little, Old and Young, and at prices and Russell, concerning an masters at Leitchfield and the farmers. Wheat is now that will not fail to please. Call in, see our for lock and dam sellville, it is stated, has precipi-No- . selling goods and get our prices. at 70c the lowest in years. ... 20, on Cumberland river, tated the fight against confirma-indicat- e Corn 30 to 35c, Oats 50c Kaffir that Mr. Helm is interes- - tion of late appointments which 30c kaffir corn did not make Tfc a U ted in the project and will work Kentucky Congressmen are said very good yield, about 12 bushels for its consummation. If the to be eager to help wage, A. "eJ? M, 'c. uL JL --4. JL per acre is about the average. .s lock should be put in it would be Rough feed is high, alfalfa $15 a of untold benefit to the people ot It is now definitely settled that ton, Prairie Hay, $8.50. Cattle r Adair, Russell and Cumberland Col. Roosevelt will get eleven of 9f & 55. a. are higher than ever known here &&P&&3$S3( a u? ' every enterprising California's electoral vote. The Vi counties, and i& W I guess you can't buy a good man should give the matter due State has twelve votes. milk cow for much less than consideration and give Mr. Helm Several from this place attend$75.00 from that up to as high ed j; Birdseye view of our Plant the Sunday school Union at Enid, OKla. all the information at their comtop price Shiloh church on Thanksgiving as $200, of course the mand. Since writing the above is for fancy registered Jerseys. day and reported a nice time. Congressman Stanley has anEditor News: Common grade horses are not Mr. W. G. Russell sold to Mr. nounced that he is much inter- As I am sitting alone tonight, very high but full blooded stock ested for the people along the J. A. Richard, a good milk cow . . . . with the wind howling fiercely js senmg for a good price. I upper oumoenana. ana tnat as price $25. over the prairies, and my wife have a neighbor that sold two soon as possible he will goto Miss Lizzie White, of Roley, is and children in old Kentucky, on Weanling colts, Registered Burkesville and from that place visiting her sister, Mrs. L. E. a visit, my thoughts very natur-al- y for $450, another who he will go horseback up and j turn to them, and to my old sold a yearling stallion for $500, Bryant, this week. down the river and will speak Ky., home far away. Ihave!a yearling filly for $400 and a Miss Cora Bryant and Mr. whenever a crowd assembles. grown lonely, and thought as I three year old stallion for $800. Samuel Murrell have returned from 111. y tV3X A I. ' aHBOHMB. Vl The protocoi, arranging an havent written the News, in a go you see it pays to raise good armistice between the Balkan long while I would try once more . stuff, but the Republicans says The Missionary Institute1 held '- -' t to pen my old friends a few lines cvery thing will go to the dogs at Clear Spring church on last allies and Turkey was signed ( I 'Largest in Dixie" near Constantinople last week. through your paper, as you have now maDy it wffl. My hens Monday night Tuesday and Tues I Bulgarian plenipotentiaries rep- always been gnod to me and have quite laying since Wilson day night was iargejy attended, j j resented Servia and Montenegro. never refused to print my letters. was elected nnd I hear others There was an old folks spellIncorporated The Greek delegate refused to I hope you will find this interest- complaining about not getting ing in the old blue back speller sign the agreement. The terms ing enough not to discard it. To eggs, but I can't believe he has at Concord on last Friday night, of the protocol have not been all my old friends and associates had any thing to do with either which proved to be the most in made public, but it is believed I send greetings. We are almost the hens laying or the present teresting spelling had there this Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, the conferences during the last at the close of the year 1912, and low prices for farm products. fall. Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalo. f about to begin on a new yean I have lived in three states, Illiweek have developed practicall; While returning from Columthe final terms for a treaty of and as none of us know what the nois, Kentucky and Oklahoma, bia one day last week Mrs. New year will bring forth, or and I have noticed every where Myrtle Blair's horse oecame un- - 51 peace. Later, Greece has 1 how many of us will be callad to the men that raise plenty of live imanagebel, sheieaped out of the the great beyond before the close stock are the farmers that han-J- e saddle and on striking the vvp. irnir em trii nj m 4 fii tA :m va ilon. Harvey Helm fears that of another year, Let us all try the money and I think people W groued, crippled her self conappoint pQSt and resolve to make the year of will have to go to raising more siderably, President Taft wili masters in some of his towns in 1913 brighter and better for our-- stock, and feeding more of the Mrs. L.v E. PolIy and children Louisvilie, Kentucky the Eighth district, and he states I selves and these who are our as- - farm products on the. farm be- were visiting at Mr. S. I. Blair's On Main between Sixth and Seventh that he will fight the confirma- - sociates. I hardly over receive a fore the present high cost of on last Sunday. American tion of ail late appointments. C0DV of the News but it gives an living is dinimished to a great Mr. Buford Montgomery and The fact is, that the whole Ken- account of a death or deaths of 'extent. Well I have written RATES: passed through here last tucky delegation is going to fight some one I have known The much more than I intended so if mother 4, week en route home from More-lan- d American Plan $2.00 and up. for the boys in the trenches, and old folks are passing away, the you will please pardon this Ky., where they had been European Plan $1.00 and up it is not believed that appoint- yotlng are growing oM, and alas! lengthy epistle I will close by visiting Eld. W. G. Montgomery We serve the best American Plan meals in theSouth ments made by President Taft to how soon we that are young and wishing the News and its many other relatives. and forestall the action of the incom,-,in- g full of life will step down andJ readers a merry Xmas and a The New Louisvilie Hotel Co. Inc. Mr. Steve Absher bought a President will stand. out and others will take our happy New year. farm at this place last week from Herman Steinhilber, Manager place, Our life is What we make I am Respt. your friend, Mr. Walker Bryant price $575. We have asked quite a number it, and say again let us make it Loe Bryant. Don't wasts jour money buying Mrs. Eliza Grider has returnMr. Walker Bryant was stopof Democrats of Adair county as as 'pleasant as possible. ' Craycraft. to their choice for United States ed from Louisville accompanied ping with Mr. G. L. Blair one strengthening plasters. Chamber-just received the News toain's Liniment is cliea per and better Senator to succeed W. O. Brad- - I Wallace Ber- night this week. by her grand-soDampen a piece of flannel with it and' notice the critical illness ly. Eight out of every ten favor day and The little son of Mr. and Mrs. nard. The Concord school is prepar- f bind it over the affected-partand ir former Governor J. C. W. Beck-lia- df Capt. W. W. Bradshaw, Howard Leach who has been "left for Louis- ing to give an intertainment at will relieve the pain, and soreness Mack Grider He is evidently the choice which sorely grieves me, as he dangerously ill with pneumonia ville last week. For sale by Paull Drug; Go. the close of the school. better t this writing. the Democracy of this county. man I always loved, and I 1HE ADAIR GQURTY HEWS President Wilson's suggestion that some sort of budget system should be adopted by Congress found a ready response in the y, $gM9& of Post-ofllc- sec-a- W. 1 MP' AM iijj & ! i post-Ada- j Rus-appropriati- on j j w I tT ,M TS i Pk VI J j j ! qpS & ,'. 'fltS &e t i -- . j I Per-chero- ns ! I ! -- - t BfcN j ""mzAM mJ &r--v.?,- S- - I ,1 W. I. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisvilie, Kentucky. WHOLESALE i S "- I JP&lkJ llB? and European Plans n, "j n m. -- ! of is a is .: r & -- Cljl - Ivr-fv- lMgf?ty"MC l , .) i i.V . kr-- T ' i- H i I mi THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Irvin's More. The much, .needed rain, has come at last. On acconnt of the dry weather wheat looks verjk bad and is thin ' j 'on the ground. "? Nearly every one who gathers .corn at all are done gathering and report a better yield than ex- - j Dected. J-- Lindsey - Wilson Training School A -w Vfi tIiq txff mtmk w 1 only I Dating a unww If VIIHM II Hp il VsJaBE -- made from safe place to put your children. At good place to attend school. Royal DakinaPowder AbsolutelyPure M Jtfo Royal Aissm Ho Lime Knifiey. NofnamrfMnat " vnimiiwrwiwiu Grape Boss Richardson and family! have moved to Decatur on Goose creek. They had been here quite a while and were good neighbors and we haled to give them up. ' j j I I ft Leo Hatfield another good neighbor is moving away also. Much luck to them all in their new abode. i ' j Phosphates naBfcinjwunaiii . Dr. Hammond sold to Herschel Dunbar a part of his farm here, containing 25 to 30 acres for $700. Thus we gained one good neigh- UUL dilU IUU3C LVVU. j I ?i The health of this commnnity is very good at the present time. Mr. John Arnold and family. fspent last Saturday night and Sunday with his son Mr. Oscar Arnold, of the Mr. Carmal neighbor-hoo- d. ; ; ! his new store house and is having a school, has returned nice trade. children to home. Mr. Frank Hughes passed Miss Mary Garnett. our school through here Tuesday evening teacher, spent last Saturday and for the upper end of the county. Sunday with Miss Zelma Goode, We understand he arrested a of Casey's Creek young man by the name of Roy. Jesse Sapp, made his regular and took him to Somerset, we trip through here last week, do not know positively the in" n M. T. Wilson has goods iffxet Second Term Begins Dec. 31, rs 1912: Board and Tuition $11.50 to $13.50 per month: Write for Catalogue. buying chickens and eggs. fc -- charges. NEILSON & MOSS, COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bault, spent last Sunday at Mrs. Ethel IRusselPs. Mr. and i vtErtfii i LyU33VILLC fi njQs7r"rc lvmKIC13 on Live Stock MrsJ. latest Quotations W. Absher, visited the latters parents Mr. Shipping steer CATTLE and Mrs. A. C. Wheeler, last Beef steers Fat heifers and cows unday night. Cutters Mrs. G. R. Peese, Mrs. J. B. Canners Bulls Watson, also Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Feeders Watson, spent last Sunday with Stockers Choice milch cows Mr. and Mrs. W. Feese. Common to fair cows 71 Mr. W. J. Lindsey, of Camp- HOGS jbellsville, wa3 in our town one Choice 210 up i -$7.008.50 o.506.50 425G.OO wrsW1 Xj I K 1 K SMI S.iFi&i'itl JVr?ll JM7 X mm 'Jf e I lubrication r The without carbon ?J1N. best .. V 'Buggies Surreys isnatou " I 4Sfis"i llk-JS9- rKBAWwli 'Vsa W fCTi h n tj W H P ViC 2.003.00 3.254.00 4.255.75 3.755.50! 35.00-45.00 00 &Oo4.00 s m m ;T7. WS5: il W Ssff-r4l'-ii ltk- - y w.-'- fl jou CTtSie, I:ar3 oil. ni-- fc.r vyiff vi s w:ya tino b n in iiiiMtDjtnii (In trar frnfl trim cnrlmr. rst rurrhnsf of nnn l.l! nf nfVrt. Amftil niil'fuv. H mil Kt :r)ol"d ai'CTZ !)i 'ania (?rmlr Ar..-tlt IPed. frPPIT. S rrrip.-t- o l a r ici r.'i i"(1.1roir. 3. iir..-r-.pf- fsxom 'Mksssm n M ! 'jfc -- V, ZtrCii' . : rr'-'p- r, -- .a P .nnnl. wKl.-1- i 41m iraCi 'AtlXly Jl t -- Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. yif i ponnancnt Ftorjco. enp ritKEOnnfin ! uraeriroiansjoarsiiclac, .naa. trscmksios cU. Pri.i of o!I in lronlibK,45er"'caIl3"- v. OIU1.L JI!. tu. "Enniltac powerful cspIasiTa far essoins -- . liw- si.iLjf r.1 velfh fnttftt rt ncn I J liquid .. . 15.00-35.- rTi' 8.75 7.65 6.50 7.00 7C?mi'VTj,'.ifaav.Tfrtw (Keflnorr at Warren. Vn.i a.. .t eajitsi. ?r a J '14? lielff ujfHf m I cn "last week. Mr. Rufus Feese, EiUHCll r III tii::, llMIIVia who has Urx mc pv. iwi nol jjuoim Mediums, 165 to 210. Pigs Roughs. SHEEP AND LAMBS Herman C. Tafel lit v v w m a ml a u m n y w S m zs 1 m Ea wi a a J mr 1 g a 5) 13 Q cm Mawv3i su Jobbers and Dealers in 5.00 6.00 keensbur Kentuck Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies "Saturday. EyeoRy month, returned home one day Best iambs Culls last week. Fatsheep! family, Mr. W. F. Feese and GRAIN, Mrs. G. R. Feese. Mrs. J. B. Wheat Watson and Mr. Rufus Feese, Corn. visited Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Cristie Local Market. of Camp Knox, Green County, a few days of last week. Eggs. Died, onthe27insc. at her Hens. home near Watson, Mrs. Bettie To-da- 3.00o.OO 3.00-4.00 Electrical Supplies Inside and outside construction material, tools,, telephone and farm lighting equipment. Louisville, Ky. 236 W, Jefferson, St. Crocus. 105 SO of his school in Parnell.the widow of Mr. David Parnell. The interment took place in the Harden graveyard. Messrs. G. G. Watson and Ray Williams, who bought farms near Eaith, moved to them one day last week. Mrs. D. H. Cundiff and Mrs. J. J. Humphreys who have been visiting their mother Mrs. Retta Hancock, this place, returned to their home in Terre Haute Indiana, one day last week. Mr. snd Mrs. H. B. Robertson, and Mrs. Mray Brockman, spent last Saturday night and Sunday at Dr. Z. T. Gabbert' s of Casey Creek. Mr. Mrs. A. C. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dulworth, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. WilDur tfeara, ana iir. Willie Feese, spent last Sunday at Mr. G. R. Feese's. Mr. Joe Beard, of Jerico, who bought Mr. J. B. Russell's place near Watson, moved to his new home one day last week. Chicken3 Cocks . . . Turkeys Geese ! . 13 6 7 21 12 Ducks Mr. J. C. Miller has just finished making a fiiie lot of white oak timber into staves. This will doubtless turn him in a goodly sum of money. spring clipping. Hides (green) v. Feathers Wool 45 5 50 .25 32 Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Root May Applefper lb) jjis:rxjjrj oi'TiCE r. James Trio! DENTIST icirxx 0:0 KKri: 1 ; k, rosT office OEUiICI2 s . Columbia, Ky. rITOXK 2l. I'nONE D8 Tould Shout For Joy from the bottom of my heart.," wrote C. B. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va., "for the wonderful double benefit I goo from "I wanfc to thank you .moved to our town to send her atPaullDrugCo. Electric Bitters, in curing me of both a severe case of.'gtomach trouble and of rheumatism, faom which I had been an almost helpless sufferer for teu Mr. Wayne Hogan, of Manns-vill-e, years, lb suited my case as though will be in this neighbor- made just for me." For dyspepsia, Dr.' A. T. McCormack, of tlie indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the soon as system of kidney poisions that cause State Board of Health, was so hood buying tobacco as rheumatism,JElectric Bitters have no favorably impressed with Zan it comes in case. equal. Try them. Every bottle is who Dudley's letter telling how he. Mrs. W. E. Bryant, guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50 cents months. We count nearly forty weddings that have taken place within a radius of five miles of this place in less than a year. Mr. Robert Clark, of Monroe, Overton county Tenn., spent several days of last week visiting relatives in this neighborhood. Mr. Clark is a of Mr. Thos. Aaron, and resided here till about 30 years ago whpn he moved-t- o Tennessee to buy i poultry. son-in-la- w Mr. W. S. Antle, of Montpelier, is shipping a big lot of staves which he had made from a tract We are proud to note that our of timber he bought on the Bloyd progressive neighbors in Clinton farm near this place. county are preparing to vote tHe wife of Larul bonds to build Mcadam roads in Born, to Antle on Nov. 4, a son. that county. It will be a God Never before in the history of send to our county when it this community has there been abolishes the antiquated warn so many weddings in a similar system and give period as has occurred iff this us in its stead a system that w ill section within the last few be worth the name. The people 1 tain-the-hands the hookworm question that, he sent this letter to the secretary of the Rockefeller Sanitary Commission for the eradication of hookworm disease at Washington, D. C. who in turn is mailing a copy of this letter to every health officer in the United States. ato ay June im Main I Greensburg was Blockedl for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis,. Street During the day Town Marshall on to clear the street; What is the-- caJ mm i . cause of these Phefniomimali Sales. of Columbia and southern Adair are sorely in need o f a road to Quality, Styles and Easy Riding , managed to interest the patrons Cnmberland river. Five years ago citizens of Columbia and farmers in the Glensfork4 Valley subscribed over $10,000 to build a turnpike to Creelsboro. It would be a boon to th is section if this road could now be built, meeting Clinton county's Mcadamized highway at the river.' This would lead to the establishment of an automobile line between Columbia and Albany and would also give easy access to Sand-lic- k springs in the south. REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy-manthe Mower and Binder man, S the-Gasolin- e Engine man, the ' ' ' Implement man- ' FaTnn 4." . . WOODSON wo LEWS v GREENSBURG, K:- - h rr-- 'L'l .K 6 THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Bowels are Basis of Child Health The careful mother, who watches closely the physical peculiarities of her children, will soon discover that the znost important thing in connection with a. child's constant good health is to keep Vhe Dowels regularly open. Sluggish bowels will be followed by loss of appetite, restlessness during sleep. Irritability and a dozen and ono similar evidences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder give the child a teaspoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Svrup Pepsin at night on retiring and repeat the dose the following night If necessary more than that will scarcely be needed. You will find that the child will recover its accustomed good spirits at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a vast improvement Jover salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar things, which are altogether them, as with thousands of others, there is no substitute for this grand laxative. It is really more than a laxative, for it contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels-sthat arter a brief use of it all laxatives can he dispensed with and nature will do its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the hame free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St, Monticello. 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. o HAWAII'S A Peep Into VOLCANIC INFERNO. too powerful for a child. The homes of Mrs. Carrie McDonald, 103C Trigg Ave., Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Griffith, "Veechdale, Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with The Dally Kilaueas Lake of Brimstone and Fire. Kilauea, In Hawaii, Is a round, extinct crater about three miles across and 700 or SOO feet deep. It has been the scene of terrific explosions in past ages, but It has now dwindled to the small active crater of Halemaumau, which is sunk near the middle of it like a huge pot, 200 or more feet deep and 1,000 feet across. In the midafternoon a party of eight of ten of us on horseback set out to visit the volcano. The trail led down the broken and shelving side of the crater, amid trees and bushes, till it struck the floor of lava at the bottom. Our course took us out over the cracked and contorted lava beds, where no green thing was growing. The forms of the lava flow suggested mailed and writhing dragons, with horrid, gaping mouths and vicious claws, The lava crunched beneath the horses feet like shelly and brittle ice. At one point we passed over a wide. Jagged crack on a bridge. As we neared the crater the rocks grew warm and sulphur and other fumes streaked the air. g&i3s WEEKLY GOURIER-JOUR- NflL HENRYSWATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL immmmmmmmmmmmmm PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak, j.haaspenswnenxtuiuu hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS Louisville . Times News And The Adair County Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-re- nv Wilson for the The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for $4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in When half a mile from the crater we dismounted and, leaving our horses in charge of the guide, proceeded on foot over the cracked and heated lava rocks toward the brink of this veritable devil's caldrom. The sulphur fumes are so suffocating that it can be ap proached only on the windward side. i you will give or send your order to this The first glance into that fearful pit is all thaj your imagination can picture paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. it You look upon the traditional lake of brimstone and fire, and if devils .were to appear skipping about over tbe surface with pitchforks, turning their victims as the cook turns her frying Courier-Journ- al, crullers in tbe sputtering fat, it would not much surprise you. This liquid is rather thick and viscid, but it is boiling furiously. Great masses of it are Courier-Journ- al, thrown up forty or fifty feet and fall with a crash like that of the surf upon the shore. We can give you a combination cut The mass of boiling lava is said to be f acres In extent. about one and rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write Its surface is covered with large masses of floating crust, black and smooth, this paper. like leather or roofing paper, and between these masses, or islands, the molten lava shows in broad, vivid 3JSSXSSX3XsXesX.X lines. It is never quiet. Looking upon this scenewith tbe thought of the traditional lake of fire and brimstone of our forefathers in mind, .you would say that these black, filthy looking masses floating about on the surface were the accumulation of all the bad stuff that bad been fried out of the poor sinners since bell was invented. How much wickeduess and uncharity and evil thought it would represent! If the poor victims were clarified and made purer by the process, then it would seem worth while. U. G. BARDWICS, Pres. J. H. COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. D1ETZMAN. John Burroughs in Century. For l.50 Yr Special Pi3tulo, Attnetin (o Eyes Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. ONBURKSVILLE STREET. aily S6.00 $2,00 Joseph H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- unday Yr I q Will practice in this and adjoining counties'. : Jamstown, KentucKy one-hal- liWhy TheAdair County News andWeeK ly ((ur-- ; ier Journal, both one Year Each $50.'j)ggr Sec The your subscription. You will need a Daily paper During the Presidential Contes And The Louisville Times will keep you Posted. l Helping the Books. Persons about to install new libraries or those who And their books in bad condition will be glad of the advice offered on this subject by a writer in Les Annalcs (raris). Glass cases should always be avoided except for a few precious volumes which are specially looked after and frequently dusted since the confined atmosphere and lack of air circulation in such bookcases are favorable to the development of germs, insects and mold. "Secondly," adds the Seioiitific American, "the simple precaution should be taken of placing on the shelves behind the books strips of cloth or flannel moistened with benzine, phenol, tobacco juice or turpentine. These strips give excellent results if renewed from time to time." W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. Courier ESTABLISHED 1S6I INCORPORATED 1889- - fWIMiW$IGHTS 1301 TftlRTeeNTft-Mftl- OEALERS IN S mflCHlHlSTS L0UISVILL6 ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. N. Journal? HENRY GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS WATTERSON SMOKESTACKS, Sheet iron and Tank Work Editor. We Can'Furnish You tf v -- :J" The Adair County News n One of the Stimulations. JwWk . a Special Ail 5- f Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscip tion Books vf A vegetarian engaged a German cook lady not long ago. His wife liked the appearance of the applicant. Tier references were good and the wages she demanded not exorbitant. "I'd like to have you come," said the lady of the house, "but perhaps you won't want to live with us. We are vegetarians and never have any meat in the house. Would you be satisfied with a vegetable diet?" The frauleln scratched her head. "Veil." she said dubiously, "iss beer a wegetable?" Cleveland Plain Dealer. ', ' andathe ifiRiiNin wrtPK sni -- iciTFnsUS ev5'72Cs!" of All Kinds i Machinery Repaired- - Weekly Courier-Journal !, , The Adair County News and Daily Both One Year For i 1 -. -- . -- Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once $1.50. Word Blindness. Verbal antipathies are common. Most Courier-Journ- al of us hate the feel, so to speak, of cerWe can also give libera tain words "victuals," for instance. Is verbal astigmatism puevaleut. too, Where is Happiness. the superstion, heathenism or j combination with Daily we wonder? We never know the difference between "subjective" and "obany thing else; but how many, j Qr gunday Joumal jective," and we have a high respect Happiness! Where shall hap- looking into the cold faces of! T . for writers who use those words intelComligently. "Ingenuous" and "disingenu- piness be found in life or in their beloved dead, have not felt write courier-Journ- al ous" always puzzle us too. Franklin death, in health or in pain? The an eager wish to follow into the pany, Louisville, Ky., for P. Adams in Metropolitan. rate . The R-- Government i. v& Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year ' v r We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week A -- announcing that the body of Told Her Why. Starting the Emperor was "I'd like to know why you hired a young woman for a typewriter?" de- in its funeral car to its final manded Mrs. Hilow of her husband. "So I could have some one to dictate resting place, the brave hero of to,1' replied the nnhappy man. New Fort Arthur and his wife laid York Sun. down their lives in the quiet of The Way He Put It He J have a compliment for you, their home. It is said that the dear. She What is it? He Mrs. Jones says you have the- handsomest veteran did not wish the Mikao's husband In town. Life. spirit to go forth alone into the Go on and make errors and fall nod We may call realms beyond. get up again. Only go on: -- Bracken - Sharp Tongued Bernhardt. Sarah Bernhardt is quoted as having of General Nogi and his wife. would have followed had they paid her respects to Isabella of Bato their de- been inspired by the same undy varia, consort of Charles VI. of France, It was their tribute and friend. ing faith that led General Nogi in this wise: "It is to her that we owe parted Emperor corset, but it was the invention of the boom of the signal gun and his wife to seek their tragic she. too. who sold the half of France With the to England. There was no crime of from the palace grounds at Tokio, end?tVe sometimes complain that which that woman was not capable." take the future world world was started in the suicide unknown world, and how many free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. we must none of our on faith, because friends has come back to testify to its real existance, But if we could see the beckoning hand or hear the calling voice of those who have left us, how many like General Nogi, would heed and follow? Shall we question the wisdom of the Almighty? Leslie's. ? auu.tr luffironi pam in my stomach, head and back,'' vrcites H. T. Alston. Raleich. .N. O. "and mv liver andkidneys did not work right, uuw iour ootues or .taectnc .Bitters made m fee; ''ke a new man." Made A New Man Of Him. ..rr tir x oa lectric Bitters I PRICE 50CTS. i ALL DRUG STORES. "v mdPfc - "a&. t -- T.J Vi THE ADAIR COUNTV NEWS CUTTINGS FOR NEXT YEAR. Scions for next spring's grafting operations should be cut now from well developed twigs of the past season's growth. These should be tied in bundles of twenty or twenty-fiv- e and placed In sand or sawdust in a cool cellar. It Is best to cut the scions on warm days, when there is no frost in the wood. Grape cuttings should also be made now, allowing two or three buds to each piece of vine, with the cuts made Just above and just below a bud. These may be tied In bundles of twenty or more and. should be buried in sand or sawdust in a cool cellar or, if this is not available, in n well drained trench about a foot deep and butt ends up. The trench should be located in a sunny place and should be covered with horse manure to keep the cuttings from thawing and freezing. In the spring this manure should be removed with part of the soil, leaving some two or three inches above the cuttings. Growth of root may be fore ed by putting heating manure over tin' cuttings or a hotbed sash. The cuttings may be set out in the open ground as soon as the soil is in a condition to work. The Moving Cause. Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad-bour- n, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting In my tide ; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would Se, but Cardui relieved me." CARDU I Woman! Tonfc For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and time, thousands of women have written, welL During like Mrs. McPherson, to ten or tne reaiiy surprising resuus they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. ffi Chattanooga. Tenn.. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Cn omen, seni irec j w DooK. "Home i reauneni ior w lor Special Instructions, ana se 9K5K5K Now is J , sjy 7TC the Time I ! si want to keep posted duf- ino the Presidential Camnaisrn subscribe for the Courier Journal and Adair If you The moving cause to a probaand ble cessation of hostilities in the other continent does not seem to be inldiplomacy. .but in an element ot which no account was taken when hostilities were beBEAUTIFYING THE HOME. gun. It is begining to be apparWhen Planting Trees Try to Obtain ent that the Servians and Bul-gaEffect of Space and Freedom. A mistake commonly made in planttook note only of the miliing trees and shrubs on the borne FOR 1911 tary conditions in Turkey and no grounds is that of placing somethiug note of the fact that sanitary in every available bit of space. The BRIGHTER, BETTER, yard Is planted as though it were nil measures were as necessary as orchard or a grove, the trees being guns, and, with the Turks, the placed at regular Intervals or scatterBIGGER THAN EVER ed about indiscriminately wherever a conquerors are feeling the effect THE REGULAR PRICE OF sufficient clear space is found. Abunof the new element the cholera, dance of shade is undoubtedly obtained in this way, but such planting does which has broken out in the two not utilize all the possibilities for THE LOUISVILLE TIMES camps and is decimating the beauty and variety of effect which even a small yard affords. strangeas in equal if not in A more satisfactory method is that IS A YEAR. which takes into account the beauty THE SERUM SHOULD BE PURE. greater degree than the Turks. and value of the open spaces of lawn These days, when hog cholera is plaj The latest news is not enand makes the most of them by mass J. ing havoc with many a herd of val ing the trees and shrubs according to uable hogs, considerable attention is hi couraging to either army. The IfJOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEi a fairly definite plan along the sides ing paid by hog raisers to the vaccina Turks were not prepared in san and at the rear of the stretches of tlou method as a means of warding of! TO US, YOU CAN GET greensward. In this way there is no the disease. Where the cholera itary precautions nnd neither sacrifice of shade, and an effect of is pure and properly applied it were the invaders, and both are has been remarkably successful, as inTHE ADAIR COUNTY dicated in reports of the Illinois boa id paying the penalty. More than of live stock commissioners, which while the sympathy of the state that out of 241,000 hogs given tlit that, ' NEWS top- -- -',- treatment less than 1 per cent died Christian world is against the In some ibolated cases where a vaccine of unknown strength aud purity ha Turks, it is to be admitted that AND been used the loss from cholera Inis. the civilization of all the been practically as severe as if no treatment hud been given. Inasmuch countries engaged in war could THE LOUISVILEE as It costs close to a dollar a head to be greatly improved and heightvaccinate hogs, it is well to see to it W7V- - . that the fellow who does it under- ened. So the.dreadful scrouge TIMES -stands his job and that the vaccine of the cholera may determine used is the best obtainable. the odtcome of the sfforts for BOTH ONE YEAR PROTECTION. ORCHARD peace much more speedily and In those latitudes vbere snow re dinlomacv. than mains on tbe ground during a coWld , eflferrivelv FOR ONLY erabie portion of the winter care should be taken to see that all weeds, And there are other considera 1 arm THE lja.rden LOUISVILLE TIMES rs $5.00 i i var-cln- e t ry i , ! $4.50. County News. $1.50 1 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The Nbws and the Weekly Courier Journal NIX IN. i , . ' 7K JN. . THE LOUISVILLE TIMES The American family, the American municipality and the the best afternoon paper prin American rural regions have a ted anywhere. call on them to exercise the --jSs Has the best corps of correal Photograph by loVva agricultural experi-greatest care and the greatest ment station. . activity in sanitary measures. p"ondents? BEA.OTIFUI.rA- - SUBBOUDED FAKM HOME. The streets of the city and the spaclousne&s and freedom is obtained Covers the Kentucky field which is ordinarily quite lacking where country lanes must receive at trees and shrubbery are crowded closely together all about the place. tention. So must the collection Such planting, in fact, when skillfully Covers the general news field and the disposition of garbage done, makes a small yard seem larger CORN HUSKERS. or, in any case, nothing smaller than and offal and waste. Preventive completely. While corn it actually is. Even a small sweep of decidedthe mechanical is not busker yet, after measures labor saver, it are the effective ,lawn If it is unbroken gives something several years' experimenting and de Has the best and fullest mar' Of an effect of breadth and size, and There are other ' velopment, entirely satlsfactorj-- . The measures. (the trees and shrubs thickly and somewhat irregularly planted about its busker has been perfected so that it things for which preparations kets reports. ,edges are effective In concealing tin will remove the husks and take care must be made than war, and the DEMOCRATIC in politics but true shape and limits of the grounds. of the corn shelled by the snapping Flower beds, except where a consist- roils, but it still falls down when it victorious Servians and Bulgars ently formal effect is attempted, should comes to getting all the ears in a fair to everybody. of these machines of the latc-- t are finding it out to their dread-- i be kept out of the middle of the lawn G?hey may be used to advantage as bor- type was returned by a farmer to the f ul cost. There is no need for SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPders along the walks, buildings and dealer because of this defect, as ii hedges or masses of shrubs. Shrubs skipped more than a bushel of corn to alarm in this country but there are most naturally planted in groups the row. Where the snowfall is not is need for preventive measures TION RIGHT AWAY by themselves or in connection with heavy and stock can be turned in, thN way. Owens-bor- o a row or mass of trees to form a skipping of ears is not so important, in the cleaning-u- p , i ! -- 1 straw or other litter is removed from within i radius of tw oj threjj feet from the trunks of the "drcnard tree's. Left there, it is more than likely to be come a harbor for mice, which ate pretty sure to gnaw the tender bark of the trees when other kinds of food are scarce and covered with" snow. The proper protection Is the wood vo neer or wire screen covering. But even If such protectors are got this ought not to cause any letup in the cam paign to reduce the number of rabbit or take the place of occasional trip through the orchard to see that every thing Is O. K. Is-- a tions. pti?-fect- ly. j j J : row-On- e . ! One Year . 7T I -- Louisville Times and News screen or background. Trees may sometimes be planted very close together with good effect. The charm, particularly to children, of a densely shaded retreat or a (hieket of trees and bushes in some corner is not always realized by the town dweller. Too many trees and shrubs should not be planted close to the house, as they interfere with the light and tend to induce dampness. National Stockman and Farmer. .JxSyJvJy $ WHO'S A REAL FARMER? . The real farmer is thus described by T. A. Gievens of Nebraska"In my estimation, the man who simply raises corn and wheat and hay to haul to market is not a fanner. But rather the man who raises n sufficient diversity of crops best suited to his locality to furnish a rotation and maintain the productivity of the soil and who does not sell these as a raw material, but feeds them on live farm to different kinds of good stock that he has raised himself, is entitled to the honor i of being called a farmer yes, a 5JXJ$X.v55jX.ylJ?H5vHj but where the.e conditions do not hold the defect becomes a serious one. Messenger. a S4.5I0 7TC t aH8Ka9K3Kl Corn HusK's CONCERNING ALFALFA. The Better Farming: association or North Dakota lias the past season distributed alfalfa seed to several hundred farmers of the state, aud the outcome of the numerous trials is being watched with interest. Some report success, others have done fairly well, while still others have failed It is fair to assume in caso of tliexe failures, except where due to funda mental difficulties as to soil and multure, that the following of a some what different method may bring mic cess. Where soil conditions are right the writer believes that a fanner ouirht not to despair of growing alfalfa until he has failed at least four times. AN in a cause which they believed Beautiful Tribute of Taft to the in their hearts to be right, and which they were willing to Confederacy. lay down their lives. That Address of President Taftat,cause ceased to be except in the opening session of conven-- 1 history now more than half a tion of the United Daughters of century ago. It was one which the Confederacy, at Continental could elicit from half a nation' and a brave and warlike race, a Memorial hall. Washing, - fr , Elihu Root at "Take your half." d York said of the "And the oldest son took nine corporation lawyer: turkeys. "The good corporation lawyer " 'Take your third,' he said to gets his client more than was exthe second son. pected and contents himself with "And the second son took six' a negligible fee. The good cor- turkeys. poration lawyer reminds me of " 'Now, take your ninth,' he' Cornelius Husk, of my native said to the last son. Clinton. "And the last son took two ' "Corn Husk was called in by turkeys. three boys whose father had un"Thus all got more than they expectedly died at holiday time, had expected, and Corn Husk a- leaving nothing behind him "but drove his own Tmnf-ppluree turkeys. The mid warm thanks turkey home again. " will gave half the turkeys to thej oldest boy. a third to the nextj Don't waste your money buying and a ninth to the last. But strengthening plasters. Chamber- and aln's Liniment is how divide seven live turkeys in Dampen a piece of cheaper with better flannel it and that way? over the affected partn and It bind it "Corn Husk, being consulted, will relieve the pain and soreness. proved equal to the emergency For sale by Paull Drug Co. much-abusen He drove one of his own turkeys into the run, and then he said to a dinner in New the oldest son: Wisdom it I ' i ! INTERESTING TREE. Some very interesting records of bygone events are often written in other places than looks. This was internet ingly shown in the case of a tree that m was sawed through in a Washington mill the other day. Iluried several j inches in the solid wood was found the stub of a charred branch that had been entirely overgrown by succeed j ing layers of the growth. It was clear 'good farmer." Kansas Farmer. jC j that many years ago this tree had been SfCrZ'v$Z' subject to a forest fire sufficient to . burn this limb, but not so severe as to Disadvantages of Various Soils. kill the tree. Microscopical examinaClaj soils are unfavorable to tion of the growth rings showed that the soil is too close and this flre occurred just 114 years ago. adhesive to allow the free passage of . air or water to the roots of the plant. I WINTER RHUBARB. It also obstructs the expansion of the One may . have rhubarb for winter that few countries ever suffered. fibers of the root Sandy soils are un- use by digging the roots just before nice sense of propriety favorable because they consist of parfreezing weather sets in am' ,,!The calm observer and historian, ticles . that" have tocTlittle adhesion to the hard allowing them to remain in some shel of a fine old social school would! each other. They do not retain suffplace until thoroughly frozen have prevented you from invit- - t wnatever jus uriK" may iiuw icient moisture for the nourishment of tered vnlninn in Vila Viocrf- - fViaf- - fVio December the About the 111 11V.U1U nuuu bllG UIO the plants. They allow too much solar roots should middle of into iner me. as the Dresident of the re"' be taken the cejlar heat to pass to the roots. Chalk soiis Lord ordained it as it is. But no are unfavorable, because they do not and covered lightly with earth and United States, to be present. watered. They will produce a son oi tne soutn ana no son or absorb the solar heat and are therefore kept many good shoots, which will be crisp You are not here to mourn or cold to the roots of the plants. Iowa with any spark in him and tender and will give a nice reli-.l- i support a cause. You are here the north, Homestead. for the table during the months when of pride of race, can fail to refresh stuff Is scarce and high priced. , to celebrate, and justly to cele Making Now From Old. joice in that common heritage of brate, the heroism, the courage New guard plates and sickle sec tions "would transform many an old and the sacrifices to the utter- courage and glorious sacrifice mower into a good machine. The cutting parts being renewed and the bar most of your fathers and your that we have in the story of the I llned up straight with the pitman, 'the brothers and your mothers and civil war and of both side in the machine should be In shape for fin v .work. Iowa Homestead. your sisters, and all of your kin, civil war. Ii re55S'$S vegehi-tiqnBecau- se lives, property, and everything of the United Daughwillingly parted ters of the Confereracy I beg save honor were So great was to welcome you to Washington. with for its sake. trant'iie frr miHtnrw loarloT- 'You have captured this city ship of many of your generals, beautiful and made it more love-- , was the individual of ly by your presence. As its tem-- 1 porary head, I give you the free-do- your race to effective warlike training, so full of patriotic sacof the city, and recognize rifice were your people that now that in what you have done, you ' when all the bitterness of the have founded a shrine and an al- struggle on our part or the north tar here which will be visited in has passed away, we are able to the future by many faithful pilshare with you of the south your grim. just pride in your men and: wo- If the occassion which brings man rVr oarriofl rvn Khf Tinov- vou here were the mourning at ampled contest to an exhaustion the bier of a lost cause, I know . Ladies i i ! I k NovpmhPrl2 j . . -- D.Cv 1912- - i four years' struggle in which ........ ! .... I ! J fltf' 2 I - 8 THE ADAIICCOUNTY NEWS North From Carolina. Bastic, Nov., 30. 1912 '''' Editor News: While the Thanksgiving season is a thing of the past and the period of Christmas cheer ap proaches, my thoughts revert to the "Old Kentucky Home." Thirty years have passed and gone since I came here, and the spirit-ochange and improvement has been abroad in the land. Of course the same applies to Kentucky ; as I can bear witness from what I saw on a visit six f We have an elegant and conamo-.- -j have removed from this pla"c"e,to dious building, nicely painted, Jamestown. well equipped with patent desks, Mr. Julius Long and family, maps, blackboards, large he'll in having sold their farm at Ucum, 'belfry, and other equipments on Cumberland River, for $1900, is. the celebrated have removed from Mrs. Martitia Near us "Cherry Mountain," celebrated Carter's farm, to one they purin song and story by the record chased near Russell Springs, for and experiences of Col. Amos $1000. Until further notice, we will pay Owens. In his creed corn should Married recently, at the home not be changed into bread, but of the bride's parents, Mr. and HICKORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered i " ) ATTENTION the the following prices for SPLIT on our yard FARMERS and TIMBERMEN at Columbia, Adair County, years ago. Where I left cabins and hovels in the spring of 1882, I founcL fine, imposing dwellings, and the spirit of progress was manifest in Columbia. Old, unsightly, wooden buildings had given place to neat, brick structures, and the old fields where roamed the town and sad of cow, knock-kneecountenance, had been covered by elegant suburban residences. Where once rose the shops of Bob Pitt and Jim Milam; with the wood shops of uncle Rum-stais now a nice suburban village, and even "Georgetown" has taken on a more prosperous d -- y, Georgetown, .appearance. it will be remembered, is where the colored people reside, in,a hamlet near Co.umbia; and I have tried very Lard to find out soinelhing as to "George" and his antecedents, and have repeat-- edly asked the question; "Have :you seen George?" but to no pur- pose. Evidently, George flourished e'er Finley and Boone ex- plored "Transylvania," as Kentucky was then called. George remains as much of a mystery as the fate of the ""Lost Colony" of Roanoke. . Isn't it strange how the histo- ry of States are so interwoven in interest? Ere I came here, I had a very faint idea of the relationship of Virginia, the Tennessee and Kentucky. The whole domain was first called Virginia, in honor of the "Virgin Queen," Elizabeth. The state of Tennessee was part of North Carilina as Kentucky was part of domain of Kentucky. Half the families of Adair county, .Kentucky, came their originally Carolina. North from All Car-olina- s, Boone's colony, and Boone him-.sewere from here. Take the Todds, Bradshaws, 'Taylors, Dunbars, etc., they are :all North Carolina stock. Two kinds of settlers first came here; one represented the .flower of chivalry from England, lf Scotland, Switzerland and the Heugenotsof France with the Lutherans of Germany The Kentucky contingent represent this class. TheTodds, Dunbars, Taylors and Bradshaws are good Scotch Covernanter stock, and are .brave, progressive and God fear- ang. fHill Billy" also have crowd, descended from spawn of prison ships. This class are We" ihewers of wood and drawers of water, and have , no aspirations ffor higher things. They remain jpoor and illiterate and bark for whoever feeds them. They have no ideas' 'of government and will sell their votes. That class :also 'in Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia has its forbears on North Carolina. Iam teaching at Washburn, N. C, where my daughter, Pearl JB. White, is .assisting me. converted into whiskey. Mrs. Tim Bradshaw, Mr. Walker Kentucky. Cherries, especially those of W. Miller, to their daughter, varity, Miss Mattie. Rev. J. K. Aaron, the luscious black-heawere intended for manufacture officiating. Price per M Pieces This delectof cherry bounce. Aunt Nancy McFarlarnd, is Depth On Heart Length D C A&B able decoction was made of corn quite sick, at this writing. in. 30 in. x $14.00 $6.00 lin. 8.00 low wine whiskey, cherry ' - in. Mrs. Mary Ann Williams vislg in. x 26 in. 12.00 5.00 6.00 sugar. A pilgrim who tank- ited her siater, Mrs. John Wool-drigand 1 in. 2 in. x 30 in. 18.00 10.00 7.00 ed up on this beverage was ready 2 in. x 26 in. IS in. 16.00 at Jamestown, Sunday. 6.00 9.00 for any emergency, and would 2 in. x 30 in. 2J in. 35.00 18.00 Mr. Leonard Bradshaw is fight a buzz saw. x 26 in. 2J in. 28.00 2i in: 15.00 building a shop at this place. Col. Owens served three terms All wanted 30 in long, shorter lengths;taken only to save timber Mr. B. B. Sims and wife visi- in Albama, New York, PenitenAll spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or She!l,Bark Hichory, Spokes that are brash, also ted at Mr. J. C. Wolford's, last tiary. containing defects such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as ulk Sunday. The first term was for his dep- These Spokes must be full in length and the 30 in. is wanted. All Spokes smaller than x l x 30 in. long wiP redations as a "Kuklux" and' The Thanksgiving exercises at be classed as 26 in. or culled, depending on size. the other for infractions of rev- Mt.Pleasanr, were largely attend All Spokes too small for x 13 x 26 in. will be classed at the price of "C" grade of this size or cu lied. enue law. He had nine stills ed and highly enjoyed by all Split Second Growth White Oak Spokes, 30 in Long destroyed, was in nearly every present. jail in Christendom, and paid Mr. Willard Powel and Miss, Depth On Heart Length c A&B nearly enough fines to build the Nellie Haynes, were quietly' 3 in. 2 in. x 30 in. $30.00 $12.00 married at the home of Esq. Sam Panama Canal. At the tender in. in. x in. 30 3i 2i 45 00 20.00 w Thanksgiving day. , age of 87 he joined the choir in- Collin's, The A and B grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admit of one third or less Sap timber in sizes visible, at least he has gone The bride is a daughter of Aimt 2 x 3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free from all other defects, tough and heavy. ' mem- Lizzie Haynes, and possesses all hence. Had his mucus d I he V. grade taKes m ppoKes. that are mor than sap timber, but both grades must be split from brane have been zinc or copper the traits which goto make an Second Growth White Oak, showing a good growth. ideal woman, while the groom, is he might have been here yet. Don't Split Brash Timber Into Spores, as we cannot use them. Spokes that are brash, nlso pie :e a son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. White. Powel, containing worm holes, knots, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. of Blackfish, and a prominent Rovves X Roads. Will Commence Receiving the 10th of October. farmer and stock trader. The meeting at Bethlehem, All Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. For further particulars call on or address, I have been on the wing for a closed with five profession and few weeks, my pen did stop but four additions to the church. CO. I am at home again" Mr. Oscar Leveridge and fam-- 1 Brother A. R. Blakey and wife lly have moved to Mrs. Columbia, Ky. Martitia E. G. Wethington, Mgr. went to Barnetts creek and had Carter's place. a good meeting, 18 convertions Mr. Jim Dunbar and wife, visEVERYTHING IN and 12 additions to the church. ited friends on Wolf Creek, SatBrother J. M. Turner fell in urday and Sunday. Q. P. SMYTHE with me at Rife creek. 5 confor Mrs. Mary J. Long happened vertions and 3 additions at that to a very painful accident one FIRE INSURANCE place. dyy last week. She climbed on and There is 3 men on Rife creek a hog pen to feed her hogs, and HEAL ESTATE that have got 500 bushels of in some way her feet slioned sweet potatoes, then there are 6 and she was precipitated to the men on Rife Creek that have got ground, striking her chest. DOCTORS ENDORSE 1000 bushels of sweet and Irish Mrs. Cris Kearns, who has Also Elwood and American Fence. potatoes together, then there been quite sick for some time, is Walk Absher on Barretts "When a doctor endorses a preparation it means remains about the same. more than an ordinary testimonial. H13 opinion creek have got nearly 300 bush' is always that of the professional man devoted to The quartely meeting for the the welfare of the people. els of Irish and sweet potatoes. Itev. J. J. Boyd, Covington, Tenn. says: "I feel those Jamestown circuit will be held it my duty to write this for the benefit ofcasa a. So you will know where to go to suflerincr from dandruff. In tho averatro CO- Herpicide will reNewbro's with the Bethlehem churchj the few applications of It is advisable to continue its move all dandrui. find potatoes. Incorporated several 19th. and 20th. inst. Everybody use forwords of veeks." The J. B. Thompson. SI D.. No. 2 Bur-- H2.II6 Eaar Matker Street, Between Thomas Hadley bought 20 rough Place, Cor. Hollis St., Boston, Mass., are first and Brook come. not less enthusiastic: "I can only speak in praiso acres of land from Bill Cook for of Newbro's Herpicide. It is all that is claimed Louisville, Ky. perhaps Mrs. Omra Wolford, who has and scalp but more. Herpicide not only cleanses brightens the hair, gives it life and the $300. makes it soft. to Newbro's Herpicide i3 bought 40 uccu Willi lier parents, at aeweil- kill the dandrufl germ andtho orfeinal remedyThe Cullin Hale has stop falling' hair. . ton, and quite SICk, We are glad ' terrible itchinc which goes "With dandruff is ' allayed almost at once acres of land from Jim Oaks he to note IS Very much lmDOVed. Wc positively guarantee the one dollar size CT&SilSStK HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID will build here in our new town. bottle. ' FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES and will soon return home. Wool on Commission. Writs for nrles PAULL DRUG CO. Mrs. Fannie Helm of the Jack- J&t'i list mentlnnlnn fhls art Mr. L. C. Blair, who has been ' . .. . 1 QQTPatcthllaVio X man Bottom, is here on a visit at Confined with a verv had risinv iUU l'ITE&COi L0U!SV1LLE,KY. W$r (& her old home and among her . H. Jones U. 8. clones on one or nis nanas, is able to be in. children and many old friend.s out again. & Brother John Pennycuff is in a The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al Mrs. Dollie Guthrie happened Veterinary Surgeon meeting here this week at the to a very painful accident one Hays Chapple.Methodist church. and Dentist , !6oth One Year for $1.50. bay last week, by stepping on a 9 years experience. Special attention Bro. L. T. Wells and wife, nail which penetrated throngh given to burgical anrt uental work. ' held us a ten days meeting here Office nt residence near Graded School her shoe. building. at the Oak Grove church. They Mr. C. C. PHOENO. 7. N. had a good meeting and it was lTieo T?1llo Holt and daughter, i. nt.s uu 3J "1C r " largely attended. 7 or 8 con-- ; vlslt to Campbellsville, at this verted and 5 among our best .. ov writing, people professed santification. are Bargain Days &xtf Well, we hear uncle Bill Tatt, Upon the whole we had a good is coming to Cincinnati quite Clearance Sales in every Department of our Big Store are the meeting. soon, and will practice law at order and price Concessions hold sway If in need of We tell you how, .'! lay best market k'J leisure. As uncle Bill has seen prices. We crc i -- "Ci : established Owensby, iv :s3f; asidcaa do BKTTITiior you quite a lot of the doings of this than stilts r commission merRugs, Carpets, chants. Re jreucetanvbankin Linoleum Wri'c for weekly price list. old troublesome world, we prefJl. SABEL &. SONS Most of. the farmers are done sume he had rather be among fi S3 E. Ka.kat St.. r. Dealers in FUt.'S, HIDES, WOOL. For present or future use, it will pay you handsomely to look gatheting corn. and are now get home folks for awhile. rt Split Hickory Spokes 30in. Long 1 1- e, j 1 1 j ' v j one-thir- ; j I i THE ADAIR SPOKE HOOFING Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. 1 .- Asphalt, Qravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Ncwbro's Herpicide t ! ruiid AND HIDES -f JS&t?-ffrf'- mmm I3sm?m , Jones Jones I I ..""' July and August TUTORS 1 in Ixm-isvill- e. and LOUISVILLE, KY. ting their winter wood, so as to be prepared for bright hurning ; over our large Assorunent of special priced Merchandise. Public Sale. fires, when old Boras begins to howl. :' . Moving is "the chief" order- of - W. ; Tanner Ottley " I will offer for On Saturday Dec. 14th public Sale at 10 a. m. Hubbuch Bros., & .rayjjhouse-hol- d Wellendorff St the Mr. W- - in this 'A .ineck-of-tH- e H J. Lawless and family, Will practice in all tHe Courts . Columbia, Ky. furniture a number ofbooks from a Select library, one set of double sMRcorpflratei harness and some garden implements. Iu the mean times I will sell any of the above articles at private sale. J. E. Crawford. 522 and 524 West Market Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. m r i - O,