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Why Do Men Advertise? 7 r CLAIMS ALLOWED. Country W. W. 9 00 Kirtly furnishing 13 00 Watch 1913. pauper Walker Bryant for certifying list of candidates, pubAt the Regular October Term of lishing list, preparing balthe Adair Fiscal Court the lot and delivering same Following Claims were Walker Bryant Lbr.furnish-e- d County . Allowed. A. D. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Qp THE REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE , 83 8 12 61 88 63 4 5 5 3 3 3 5 3 2 3 75 00 00 Patteson services as Eubank & Son, furnishing, paupers G. T. Herriford, salary Live . stock Inspector pauper coffins J. F. Triplett, Rose & Willis, furnishing paupers Adair county News Co., - printing W. H. Eubank making aiid election booth bal-lottb- ox S. Columbia Coomer & Gowen fur., paupers S. W. Piles, fur. pauper Dr. U. L Taylor, salary as Health Office 6 months Same, expenses in attending School of Health J. D. Jones, fur. pauper U. L. Taylor, peporting births and deaths Coomer & Gowen, Lumber to County B. J. Bolin, Medical atten- tion to pauper S. S. Goode, Lbr. furnished to County Warren Moore, furnishing pauper A. J. Gowen furnishing pau- per J. P. Miller & Sons, f ing paupers J. C. Gose reporting births & deaths Hays Sneed furnishing pau-,-per J. E. Garnett amount paid Dist. Registrars for reporting Deaths and births Gordon Montgomery amount expended in repairing his office . - Melvin Petty fur. pauper E. B. Atkinson, Med. atten- tion pauper Same service District Regis- trar Hobson, furnishing pauper Wm. Blair service as District Registrar .L. C. Rlair furnishing pauper John Grady furnishing pauper H. T. Baker Lbr. to Co., Wm. roads W. Dillon furnishing paupers II. B. Simpson assignee of G. T. Simpson & Ann Jessee G. W. Dillon service as District Reg'r L. C, Blair services as District Registrar W. C. Pickett service District Registrar Mrs E. C. Howard service district Registrar W. G. Pickett Lbr. County road G. W. L. Sheriff to County Walker Brothers, repairing Courthouse and Jail 8 104 00 F. R. Winfrey voting house W T. Price, voting house 50 J. R. Tutt oting house "L50 Cool Spring School District for voting honse 45 50 Strong Hill voting house J. M. Shives voting house 180 30 Jno. Young voting nouse H. K. Taylor voting house J. M. Wilson voting house 5 00 Junius Holt voting house 130 50 Cooley Bros, voting honse . 27 00 J. W. Sublett &J3ros. voting house 250 00 K". T. Jones voting house Mrs. Mary F. Hardwick reporting births and deaths 8 34 49 92 Frank Burton furnishing paupers J. K. P. Conover services as 2 50 jailer Anair Co. Eugene Nell service as Dis17 50 trict Registrar Nell & Simmons medical atG 00 tention pauper Mercer & Hindman, furnish 4 OS ing pauper and services as Dist. Registrar 26 91 Russell & Co.. furnishing prisoners in County jail 9 28 wearing appearl S. A. Taylor, reporting 90 26 birtlisand deaths to nealth Board 13 50 W. T. Price cost of telephoning Lakeland Asylum 19 50 J. R Garnett G months salary ascounty.Treasurer 87 25 J. W. Hadley dynamite used on County roads. Frances Moore, reporting birth to Health Board 3 00 The Bradley & Gilbert Co., 13 00 printing and bind for Co. A. D. Patteson, election 16 00 Com'r 9 00 RollinHurt Election Com'r L. C. Nell Election Com'r. " 00 00 00 00 00 50 00 3 00 3 oO Brockman, furnish- ing pauper James Hood Lbr. furnished Co.. road P. Miller ( months salary as Jail Physician C. R. Hutcherson, road tools S. to Co.. II. B. Simpson medical at- tention pauper Mrs. E Leach Poor house keeper W. R Grissom medical tention paupers at Pickett & Howard furnish. ing paupers paupers Wilmore & Moss furnishing . C, M. Russell medical atten- tion pauper Diddle & Parson Co , 7- - hours o road Pearl Ilindnmii salary as Supk, .Same repairing and refitting office in Court house Gordon Montgomery G mo. . salary Moss expense in tele- N. II. phoning lo Lakeland Asy- lum ' "Walker Bryant salary for waiting on Fiscal Court G mon tl is J. B. JoneSjCoiliu and shroud furnishdd to.pauper J. W. Sublett & Bros, furfur- nishing pauper yt. P. Summers Lbr., trict Registrar . nished Co. Henry Cooley berviee. Dis' . Walker Bryant for Road Or-. ders S. T. Bennett, Lbr. furnished Co., Roods .Ed'Hancock Lbr. furnished County of Adair , Set thrown away or donated to the man WeMc C. Goode ami J. C. Nichols. President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnto whom it is paid. Such talk is simply ridiculous, and ly swear that the abovestatementi3true to the best of our knowledge and belief 39 00 it requires more than the average paMcC. Goode. President. tience to discuss the proposition of T. C. Nichols, cashier. 431 90 whether advertising pays or not with Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th that kind of a man. His complacent. day of Dec. 1912 16 50 it in assuming that he Mr commission expires the 19th. day of Feb. knows more than the whole world is 1916. 48 75 laughable and reminds us of the man W. C. Wolford. Notary Public. Adair county.Ky Correct , ' who proved that the world doesn't reW. M. Wilmore It amuses the children to see the vaJ. F. Pendleton volve by placing a pumpkin on a rious toys on display at the store of U. N. WhiUock. 36.75 stump and watching t all night. Flowers & Beck. For instance, the Directors. toy autos, just like the real machine, and are managed by chauffeurs. Io Two Good Sermons. 14 80 Nell & Taylor pay the highest toy would give the children so much market price for eggs andbutter cash pleasure. Rev. O. P. Bush, of Louisville, or goods ' 4 00 preached two sermons in the Baptist An infant son of Mr. and Mrs H.B. LChurch, this city, last feundayf They Claypool died at Bowling Green SunG5 were pointed, clear and forceful and Opportunity. day night. He was a grandson of Mr. invigorating to those who had an at Cager Yates, Bradfordsville. 25 00 tentive ear. In the forenoon his sub- J. "Opportunity knocks andwejusblefc ject, "Who is my neighbor," develop,er in Good Bye to the Crawfords. 50 ed man's duty to man Igjin JJUUSJially And we corner the market but 'tis not interesting way a sin; 2o highest service to our For if you have money why should arternoon service Spirit Creator. The It is a source of general regret that RaYe bargains in clothing at Casey and life vas Columbia is to give the parting hand you let it rust?" 54 65 Jones' store. the theme and was presented in a to Rev. J. E. Crawford, his estimable Is the high toned reasoning of Mag- manner that left its impress in the companion and six interesting daughtnate and Trust. 8 00 mihda and hearts of trie audience. ers who are to take their departure Changes Mini-W- eds Old Lover". I' Your argument is good, "now chimes The church is without a pastor and 8 00 for Winchester, Ky., next Thursday, 4 00 in Captain Kidd, Mr. Bush was here on invitation. Rev. Crawford having accepted a call It's a woman'sprivilege to change "Though for over a century my trea- Most favorable expressions are heard 13 55 W. I.Ingram school Books from the Presbyterian Church that her mina. Because of her having exfurnishing indigent child sure's been hid. from those who heard him as a man of city. 22 9G ercised that privilege, Mrs. James E. Opportunity came and I just let 'er thought, forceful delivery and spirituren 4 25 Sunday forenoon and evening Rev. Ky., doesn't Same furnishing pauper 26 00 Morton, of Pelleyton, in ality. happen to be Mrs. R. Titus Thompson And I robbed Crawford preached his two last regu-a- r the poor devils but 39 50 W. G. Gabbart medical atdiscourses here, the church being-we- ll 39 50 'twas not a sin." tention panper Special show at Parlor Circle next Mrs. Morton until yesterday afterfilled upon both occasions. reDre- Eubank services as 13 00 John noon was Miss Gay Roberts. On Dec. "But pardon me friend Magnate, one Friday and Saturday night. sentatives from all denominations at justice 12 00 question I'd ask 24, next, she was to have married tending. Out of respect for the deS. P.Sullivan services as jus1 65 Why the arm of the law hasn't taken Thompson, She told her fiance of an parting 12 00 tice The individual Commuuiou Service pastor minister, Rev. J. II. Chandler. you to task: old lover, one ''Jim" Morton, who of the Methodist church, call41 70 G. W.Pickett services as jus I just robbed a few hundred for which will be installed at the Christian ed in hisappointment for Sunday was out West. d 12 00 tice church next Sunday morning. A they hanged me "If I could just get those letters his flock worshipped with the jus-fle- e special invitation is hereby given to 5 25 J..M. Willis services at back I wrote to Jim, I am sure I would While you rob the millions and they 12 00 all the members to be present, and al- Presbyterians. let you go free." be perfectly happy with you, Titus," 14 25 Joseph Rosenbaum Services Rev. Crawford is a minister of recso the public generally. The strraon said Gay. "Tis true I took life from a few fel- will be preached from the following oil ized ability and is always interest12 00 as Justice Well, Titus wrote to Jim. "We are low creatures ye know the grace of our ing, but in delivering his two last dis10 50 Z T. Pelley services as Juseugaged, Gay and I," the letter ran, But 3ou've done the same though text, "For 12 00 tice Lord Jesus Christ, that though lie courses, he seemed to be at his best. "and we would consider it splendid of upon different features. 10 25 Luther Bell services as Juswas rich, yet for your sakes Heriecame The sermons were strong,touching and you if you returned those letters." They did suffer but little when struck poor that ye through His poverty pointed, commanding the closest at12 00 tice That gave Morton an idea. He by my shot P. H. Jackman furnishing might be rich ' An offering will be tention. Would return those letters in person. But while starving to death they pauper 13 00 taken for Ministerial relief and the OrDuring his four ears stay in CoHe did. lie "hot-footeit East. must suffer a lot." W. L. Walker tools furnish1 00 phan Home. We trust that there will lumbia many new members have been He talked to Gay. lie found her wining Co , roads 5 98 "So then if we are evils you must be be a liberal offering made to both in- added to the congregation, perfect some. 0 52 37 50 Same furnishing paupers stitutions. Christmas presents will harmony has prevailed at all time, the worse In fact, she was prettier than she State of Kentucky killing and starving are considered be given to the childreu of the hence it is hard to part with a pastor used to be. It took little to rekindle If County of Adair iSCD 1 75 Christian Bible School next Sunday whse four years work has been a curse " I, Walker Bryant. Clerk of the the fires of the old love. morning. Let- all the children be crowned with success, perfect tran"You know, "said Jim, "you were "Oh hush Captain Kidd or you may present. 50 CO Adair County Court, certify that the ray rouse the people, quility reigning throughout. sweetheart tirst." foregoing is a true list of all allowThough now I feel safe they may hunt The shaking of the haild is a serious "Yes, that's true," Gay was forced ances made by the Adair Fiscal 13 me a steeple." In the year 191U there were eight old thing and the words good bye are Court at its Rugular October Term to admit. That she wanted to admit it devel- - "You robbed them by force while we Federal soldiers who answered the last hard to say, but our people trust that 1912. Witness my hand this Dec 50 roll call in Adair county. In 1911 Rev. Crawford and his family will be rob them by stealth opd j esterday when Morton and Miss 14th, 112. there were ten and in 1912, up to this permitted to visit Columbia in the ' Roberts were married at Jefferson- - And so now my dear Captain let's Walker Bryant, Clerk, 400 05 date, fourteen have passed through future and mingle with the manv vi He, Ind. hush about wealth. Ry h. O. Taylor, D. C. made the veil. These figures Instead of it back As to the arm of the law it's now on ed from Will Dohouey, were obtain- y staunch 'friendsin our during their 4 00 j years stay midst. whoisauthori-t- four West, Mr. and Mrs. Morton will take our side Since taking up their residence in on dates. He keeps a book and SALE-- . COMMISSIONER'S And it forces poor devils our wishes their time. 52 00 when an old soldier dies he records his Columbia two of the daughters have to bide." Ther're on their honeymoonl-Louis-vii- le Mary and name, his age, tKe regiment and the become grown Misses Herald. 10:$ 50 ? We've agents in Congress who are company to, which he belonged. Ac- Martha. They are popular with their ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT true to the mark OF KENTUCKY. California Woman Seriously Slarmcd They will try to protect us though cording to his record there are at this associates, and their bright facas to7 25 time 117 old Federal soldiers in Adair gether with the jouuger daughters, Ilettie Stipe &c ?lffs., "A shoi;c time ago. I contracted a others may bark. will be greatly missed. county vs evere cold which settled on my lungs And if you such good friends in high 8 Si-- Kiz.ie, Mary Ilnpe &c Dfts., .In the departure of Rev. Crawford circles had made and his family Wincljester gains ami The above styled action having been and caused me a great deal of annoyBeginning with the new year, .Jan350 0) referred to me to advertise for and ance. I would have bad coughing You might not have been hanged but .. uary 1st, the Parcels Post goes into Columbia loses. continued your trade." take pioof of claims against the es- spells and my lungs were ho sore and effect, and it is important that every 20 00 tate of A. K. Itupe, deceased. ""Robert Lee Campbell. Overcoats, rain coats aid salts at I will inflamed 1 began to be seriously alarm- - j one remember that on all fourth-clas- s receive cairns and take proof of same ed. A friend reccommeiiud Chambermatter distinctive parcel post stains half price at. Casev Jones' store. 250 00 at my office in Columbia, Ky., from lain's Cough Remedy saying she had Frank A. Menne's special line of pure muss be used, and that such matter bought, a bottle and delicious Box candies at Flowers the 4th day of December, 1912, to used it for years. bearing ordinary stamps will be treatthe 31st day of December, 1912. All and it relieved mv cough the liist & .tfeck. Rare Books. ed as ,.held for postage " These 8 05 per.ons having. claims are directed to night, and in a wets I wjls rid of tho p can be obtaiued at the po.st-oilistain cold and soreness of my lungs," writes .January 1st. Another importrrom Mrs. Mary. B. present the same properly proven. Order Cured of Liver Complaint Miss Marie Gerber, Sawtelle, Cal For W. A. Coffey, Master Com.. Adair "I was suffering with liver com- ant feature is that all parcels must Craig, Stanford, Ky., some of the rare sale by all dea.ers. 50 00 plaint," says Iva Smitn of Point bear the return card Circuit Court. sender; books on vital themes, by Geo. O. Blank, Texas, "and decided to try a that is, the naoje and address of the Barnes, Evangelist, and use them for 1.1 00 Poxes Wanted. 25c box of Clrimberlain's Tablets, and sender. Otherwise they will not be gifts. Beragsheith. am happy to say that I am completely accepted for mailing. price 75 cents. The Anglo Israel LectI keep on hands a full stock of Grey Foxes 03 30 2.50, Red Foxes $5.00; cured i ures, 75 cents. Catechism of truth cotBns and caskets, also' robes; 2 andcan 'reccoramend them to Minks SG.00 to $3.00 each; Coons $1.25, every one." For sale by all dealers. r cts , each. and Altis Eye,-1hearses. Prompt service night or day. G 25 and express. Send name of your exVester Murrell, of Cane Galley, was Phone 29. ' press ofllce in first letter. arrested and brought to Columbia last 45-J..F. Triptett, yr G 75 W. T. Uodgen, For Sale. Sunday afternoon, to answer to a peace Columbia, Ky. 1 have 45 acres of good ridge land" Box 232 CampbellsVille, Ky. warrant sworn out by T. It Smith. which I will sell at. a bargain.-- It. is My farm of 121 acres, good land, 1 jurrell is also charged with wreckless 37 25 d. located on the Montpelier and mile West of Gadberry on Pettit's shooting. His trial will be called in a- - purse contain. Lost, near Ccburg; Marvin Young nas an immense Fork. For particulars address, i adayortAo In tho meantime he is" 8 00 ing money. Tlie finder will be re- stock of Christmas caudic-s-, toys, etc. ForesfcTuvcy. . , ' L Y. Gabbert, A, A. Cowherd, warded. being guarded by deputy sheriff O. P. They are being soid for almost a song. Glens' Ky. Coburg, Ivy. Gadberry, Ky. Willis. .' Drop in and see for yourself. STATE OF KENTUCKY I County of Adair f Set. We J. A. Diddle andC. O. Moss President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowlenge and belief. J. A. Diddle. President. C. O. Moss. Cashier. Subscribed and sown to before me this 9th. day of Dec 19Ii My commission expires January 22, 1916. Clem Keltner Notary Public self-concot-. he 7-- 2t American independence and that the first of January is the 2,419,769 day since the commencement of the Ju lian Period. All this is interesting, of course, but the events scheduled for 1913 are more so. The eclipse family is evidently to be feared. There will be five of these, On March 22 a total eclipse of the moon will occur. April G a partial eclipse of the sun is announced. September 15th the moon takes a few hours off and on September 29, 1913, the sun will give the Orientals and dwellers of the islands of the sea a treat by sinking into darkness. Easter Sunday falls on March 23. Gladsome spring rollicks in, two days before that. There's a regular bugaboo day on the schedule for 1913. Every one should have a rabbits foot handy for Friday, June 13, 1913. This is a combination to be feared by all superstitious persons. According to the almanac, the usual amount of moonlight will be turned on during 1913 for the benefit of young sweethearts. There will be more tornadoes than usual in Missouri, iowa, the Dakotas and Minnesota. On March 4, when the new President of the United States is due to be inaugurated, heavy fogs will envelop Washington, D C, according to the almanac. The government weather bureau may think differently, but it will be remembered tUat the government bureau was nearly put out of business because it got "off wrong" at the last inauguration. prises the latter part of the 137th Jand the beginning of the 138th year of Laughed at by some and called old GRADYVILLE STATE fashioned by others, the old almanac is still interesting to many, and the BANK, 1913 almanac contains even more "information" than usual. One of them, Town op just issued, indicates 1913 is going to Doing Business years, gradyville county of adair be somewhat the whole thing in if its number is a trifle objectionable. State of Kentucky. One learns that the year 1913 com- at At the Close of Business on the 26th day op Nov. 1912. 2i RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Duo from Banks Cash on hand Banking House Furniture and 403 74 301 47 178 00 2493 73 2 1P5 74 Fixtures Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in. in .. Cash Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxe3 paid Deposits Subject to check 2 917 69 ' 32 492 37 15 000 00 414 36 17 078 01 33 492 37 The man who conducts his business on the theory that it doesn't pay and he can't afford to advertise, sets up judgment in opposition to that of all Doing Business at Casets the business men in the world. Says Creek, County of 3dair, an experienced advertising authority. State of Kentucky, "With a few years' in conducting a small business on a few thousands of At the Close of Business on capital, he assumes to know more the 26th Day of Nov. 1912. than the thonsands whose hourly transactions aggregate more than his RESOURCES do in a year, and who have made their Loans and Discounts i3 1S2 73 millions by pursuing a course that he Due from Banks 4 27G51 says doesn't pay." Cash on hand 3 039 35 10 00 If advertising doesn't pay, why is it Checks and other cash items Banking1 House. Furniture and that the most successful merchants of Fixtures 2 560 00 every town, large or small, are the .T. Total. f3T 123 62 heaviest advertisers? If advertising LIABILITIES doesn't pay, why do business firms in Capital Stock paid in. in the world spend millions in that way? cash $15 000 00 Is it because they want to donate Surplus Funds 700 00 those millions to the newspaper and Undivided Profits, less exsense3 and taxes 45193 magazine publishers, or because they Depositspaid subject to check 13 976 64 don't know as much abont business as Total FARMERS BANK n the money spent in advertising merchantwho say? is money $33 123 62 STATE OF KENTUCKY to-da- y. even-niugan- d" - J "hot-footin- g" 7-- ce to-da- y of-th- e X-m- as X-m- as 1 xGlen-ville.roa- 4-l- 7-- 2t f ? o C I , I THE ADAIR JOUNTYxNEWS lives when fire damp exploded in What "Dry Farming" Is. . I Slippers of Human Skin. a coal mine near Alais. France. Saturday night. "Just now," says a shoe worFrom one who professes to be Air concussion due to a fall of Rev. Jesse Mur'rell, Jr., will Miss Virdie Woodrum, is on "Dry farming ' is a scientific ker, "there is a craze for the authorized to speak for Mr. rock in the Barnum shaft at fill the pulpit at Clear Spring on the sick list. term used by colleges and curious in shoes and slippers. announce- Pittston, Pa., caused many day. everybody should Roosevelt, comes the to differentiate between The ordinary article is now n Stay ton, who has been Christmas Mr. P. ment that he will not again be a bruises to 12 miners. All were seriously ill with dropsy, for sev- come out to hear him. the new system of agriculture longer popular with fashionab.e candidate for the presidency and rescued alive. Young returned Bro. Luther eral months, is no better at this tl4 licuvc-LUi- wu V?e? t1oa tttiII hfl' Five men were killed and a and the older methods ultilized women, anil I have the greatest 11 10 piac vrin u tuai from Lexington Saturday night. in writing. the ranks. The. announce- number injured when a logging in the rainbelts and irrigation difficulty in originating somedistricts. A special system of thing new for my numerous patMiss Tina Blakey is visiting ment, though not confirmed, is A. F. Scott, of this place, sold train plunged through a at Denmark, doubtless in accord with Mr. trestle near Marshfield, Ore. tillage of the soil for the purpose rons. I have made Floyd, of her grand-parent- s his property to Mr. mo'isture and fertility conser pairs of dancing slippers with Elkhorn, for a consideration of Russell county, this week. Roosevelt's privately given as The boiler exploded during the i of Raymon Rigney, of Neatsburg, surance, though this of itself by . wreck and blew the trainmen vation is known to be necessary $750. Mr. Floyd has possession heels, and the effect is for at least 63 per cent of the extremely pretty. Mr. Scott was in our midst a day or so last no means relieves the possibility under the wreckage. of his new home; and This novel agricultural acreage of the world. jdea originated with a certain property week. has removed to the of its denial and the branding of Three men are known to have owned by Mr. Harvey Chelf, of - Deen killed, 27 injured, and more and the Dry Farming Congress jy0unfcr SOciety leader who desired A Mis3 White,of Casey Creek; its publicity agent as an undesirwas brought into existence for to go to a ball as Cinderella. Mattcon III. and formerly of this is spending a few weeks with ably mendacious citizen. may have been caught in the ex- the purpose of workiug out, Her costume was pure white, and Place. Miss Etta Bryant. At that, Mr. Roosevelt could plosion of the starch house of problems and remedies for she had talIe Mrs. Eva Chelf, is visiting rel- wins on the Corn Products comnanv at these Mrs Elizabeth Floyd is quite follow no wiser course. the tr0ubles confrontinS farrr'ers (shoulders, and the train beinK atives at Bluff Boom, this week, sjc tjp week, He has just completed an un Waukegan, III. It is claimed , of the districts, or divided, one frequently obtained will also visit Iter sister, Mrs. Dr. and w c successful campaign. It will be damage aggregating $ino,00.) M AustQn wn in districts where there are fre- - a glimpse of the sparkling heels Dunbar, of Lebanon, before her Bryanfc attended an all day meet-- 1 four years before another can be was done. quent droughts or failing soil, as she waiked or danced. Thesa xeturn. By that time, the ing at Mt. Olive in Russell county attenuated. "Dry farming" , is free from heels caused a mild sensation, ivory from Milk. Prof Hicks, .Louisville, ana la3t Sunday. pendulum may have swung back mystery of any kind! Any and several of my patrons at Mr. McCubbin of Campbellsville, Oak Grove school is pre- - sufficiently far to make his pres- The on any soil and in any once demanded heels are in our town tuning pianos, nnrinfr for an entertainment ent "principles," purloined from' One of the latest discoveries farmer climate can increase his acreage on their slippers. The cost is and are giving good satisfaction. whi,h wm fae paHed off aboufc the Mr. La Follette, not only una- - of the synthetic chemists is how procuction, crop quality and bank not excessive, but I cannot bevailable, but distinctly hurtful. t0 make ivory out of nothing J. M. Wolford and son, Carl, 21st. account. lieve that they are comfortable tnan cow's, wonaenui contemplate puting their crop Mr. Roosevelt is great as a : n.v iu.j of tobacco on the loose leaf marformer, greater still as an op- milk and a very good ivory at' be utilized with profit upon to dance in. "Heels studded with gems are portunist. None knows better tnat according to all accounts. ket, Greensburg, this week. every acre in every district of by no means uncommon, and not than he that the successful re- -' The original idea was to use the the world. The phrase does not Mr. Richard Humphress, who Bonety will begin a meetBro. so long ago I received an order former is the successful op new "ivory" for piano and organ mean the operation of has been in Illinois, for several farms for a pair of dancing shoes which Suning at Fairview church next keys, because it preserves its portunist months, has returned home. where no moisture is obtainable, day. Every body invited. original color indefinitely, where were so encrusted with diamonds years ago, it was Four We understand that Mr. Harvy . . but does mean the utilization of as to be Miss Withmer Helm is down worth a small fortune. that the campaign of 2 as the genuine article turns yel - Isuch tillage methods as are, Chelf, of Matton 111. who has ape. with fever. The jewels have to be very care- would be fought out on the is- low with been very ill, for several weeks, :,. u u from time to time, demonstrated fully set, of course, otherwise u a tw Mr. Jim Higginbottom is visit- sues that were involved. Not will be brought back to this to be most efficient in the reduc . they drop out, and are seldom new product is not only an effi - . ing his parents at present. . even Mr. Roosevelt can foresee place in the near future. His tion ot evaporation ana tne Dro found again. Mrs. Nellie Lawless visited her the issues that will be para- cient substitute for ivory, out family will accompany him. duction of a practical storage "We make shoes of ever known parents at Columbia last week. mount in 1916 It is too early to can easily be prepared so as to reservoir in the soil, the utilizaMr. Chelf is a good man. and take the place of amber, horn, material. Leather is by no Miss Tina Blakey, of Roy, is commit himself. As a follower has a host of friends who will tion of minimum or untimely means always employed, and if I rejoice to know of his recovery. visiting her grandparents,. Mr. in the ranks, he can profit by the coral, celluloid, and such like moisture, etc. products, and, it is claimed, can told you that I have made slip News of the death of Mrs. and Mrs. J. W. Blakey, this mistakes of the leader with none pers of human skin you would of his own to snswer for. When hardly be distinguished from Next Year's Garden. Nancy Sandusky, of Edmonton, week. from them. probably not believe me. But Mr. Herschel Loy, of this the moment for action comes, reached this place yesterday. i It is in its position as a substi- -' this is a fact, I can assure you. She was the mother of Russell place, is having him a new dwell- what could be simpler or more The good gardens of 1913 are Wflnfj.njl:ntp1 Qi;nnprc nroVOTl. effective than to borrow the tute for ivory that the new maing put up. and John Sandusky, of the terial has caused most surprise, being made now. Not that this ordinarVf though when the work named place, also of Mrs. Mr. Millard Powell and Miss popular and deny all responsibilhowever, because it has the ap- is the tirne to sow seed or even ig that of a real artist they gome. W. B. Bottom, of Atterson. Nellie Hays were married on ity for the unpopular policies of pearance of being another in lay out the beds, but the first. times come very expensive. that leader? heart-dropsThanksgiving. Her death was due to stance of improving on Nature. work for next year's garden jSome women wear very high Casey Creek.- IConover returned from Illinois; Private Roosevelt. au-tho- rs i VirtMnrt-Prt!-!- 175-fo- ot half-a-doze- n cut-gla- ss ; i , " j ! j j j i I i i sub-humi- d j ( j ; ' j ! "cut-gla- ss - , i x i , un-thoug- ht 19-1- . !,. ! l ! J ve y. Mr. Will Lyon, a well-know- n F. Wed-ica- ish:;mrot To last Sunday. ! drummer representing the n Grocery Co. Louisuille, and Mr. Coward, representing J. I. Case Co are doing business with the merchants of this place this week. Miss earl Fierce and her sis-- ! Mrs.Tom Brown, who has been ter were visiting at Mr. Henry confined to her bed for several Hill's Thanksgiving day. ' sk ch neither of them was ever eIecfced Ineveryeit, there are me . weeks with a complication of 1U,uKttl, purse J,. ig President. who are known as "tightwads.", of this trash diseases, is no better at this but where humus get at and safer. Many Lonslreet Assuming that the announce-- ! They are in a position to make is scarce, it should be piled up in easier to writing. woman, too, carries a miniature ment of Mr. Roosevelt's plan of life glad for themselves and; a curner 01 uie garaen anu ai - !a Mrs. Tom Humphreas.and Mrs. u.l. nnntt .ho- .v.w ,wii ,.; ..V..V. u.. u . u..t ' infMiTicTiifi in i ii. - .n,.n -enr nn nnnnnr ir iii.i iri :r .Mr v i:iiLiih'. '- -- i.iiivtlowedi to rot. . ' when it win oe in. u i..-- u u i. Jerry Chelf, were in town a few The fifth Sun ay meeting was i.WuOH.wuu.u..,l.OT.u.j .i ' '- "- of conspicuous pinch themselves and exist their 3nape t0 apread ma j ,,a,.den held at Fairview on Nov. 30 and days ago. inaction, reneccs nis present in- - a.nutu;u time wiuiuul evui nav- enrineWe received intelligence from Dec- ! and was largely attend ' or mine wno nas naa cause to use w mv, icaii tention, his decision would seem ing niiuwu .u4. k . 10. TQll wiiak Tn 11 l t tis,l- - K"'UV-"- i - lec' i" Mr Almon Wolford, of LouisThe Grim Reaper brings all mensharDened disk run over the it. Mr. and Mrs. HannibalBer to be the part of good tactics. ,iii tuf hQ io nnminrr unr t Old Table Customs. XT .i..c, uiucw wiii.fe w.iv i ,v,., o iftat ftlr- - Koosevhit lias , given w a v'uim"uu 1CVCI- - L" llia"1 ground will cut this trash so that visiting Mr.Allen Ber- tal-ud his abode in our midtlnard were n u - how much land we own.- we can- - : u Q r. ...j unaer. rsucl in Even at so late a neriod as the oft; uc11 may ue i "weu ...i... TWflUCAFBi,ioiwuuLflSoHi gK,Mt tUn lot! f fhi'a mnnfli nara baturaay nicnt. coming President, is not easy of not take a sinS,e coin or an inch a small lu n garden the compost' Restoration in Enirland. it was He seems to be greatly enthused) W M. Wilson has purchased of land with us to the gve. heapi3 not particularly desirable. the custom, for guests to' take over the election of President! the Hudson farm paying $650. belief in the light of his recent We may rush through life with With fche gronnd cleared) a ton theh. own knive3 performances and of his postand forks to a Wilson. He sends condolence to This makes Mr. Wilson one of election promise of 1904.-vil- le Louii d manure banquet. Pepvs records that he i..aH.or two of some of his republican friends! the largest land owners around . ,., .. . passion. We may put behind us ;shou,dbe Times. d here; says he knows how they here. . everything which goes to make fiffv foo, .. nA 1.111,11 n.,A feel. LUC UUIU HiUJ Ul O XGClObf 1(1 f. iHV nivj i.vu UVJUU1.V.. T. 0 1UUU fTia T UU1IU i" Dallas Wade is staying here Lives Snuffed Out. the world brighter and ettei, sfcoilld he pjowed. hall. with his parents this week. ' Wilson's Store. but when the end comes, and ' bround well plowed in the tall In the previous reicrn the Lord Fifty-fiv- e Leslie Cooper and wife left for women-anchildren death is the great inevitable, hold moisture better, .wnmoeriam naa iouna it nec- lost their lives in a panic in a what- hauo wo eruinofl? IVo will Mr. D. L. Wilson was in Col- Illinois a few days ago. to lssue 'regulations for There is a protracted meeting moving picture show in Bilboa, must lay down everything and feezing will unlock some of the if umbia last Monday. tne Denent or omcers invited to in progress at Fairview.conduct- - Spain, when the operator lost pass into the Valley of tnei stored plant iood, and the plot is Mr.Sara B.Collins lost his dwell w orked the first. d;ne at the royal table. They his head and yelhed'fire as a film Shadow empty handed, without ready t0 ing house and all its contents by ed b? Br0- - Huber. were required to- wear cleau i nirea m inis maenme. ne thecomfortimr thought in the!warm davs of eary sPrin& boots, not to be Dallas Wade was at Russell fire Tuesday of last week, k n Friday on business. . languished, the blaze with his last moments or lire that we! There are some gardens that their arrival, not to drink more Mrs. Fannie White spent last own hand, but the mad rush con- - have done our little to make the should not be plowed in the fall Avis, the little son of S. B. week with her daughter, Mrs. than one goblet to every tw tinued until the building was world a brighter and better place because of the tendency of the! Wade who has been sick for the Lottie Wolford. dishes, not to throw the bon's cleared. The manager and oth- for those who are to come after soil to blow. Blowing is less! table, nor to lick thyir Mr. James P. Conover,' of past week, is reported better at likely to occur in ground left under the er employes of the house have us. Ex. fingers. Texas, is visiting relatives and this writing. been arrested. rough, but snch soils may well The Stuarts undoubtedly did friends in this community. ' Five men were killed, 13 serihave a good, heavy mulch of much to refine English table Polls A foul Plot The litte child of Mr. and Mrs. Famous Stage Beauties slightly injured, Look with horror on Skin Erup- ously hurt, 40 When a' shameful plot exists be- coarse manure and the coarse manners, for it was one of the Ed McKinley was quite sick tions, Blotches Sores or Pimples. two are missing and $750,000 tween liver and bowels to cause disadmired in Mary Queen several days of last week. They don't have them, nor will any worth of damage was done by a tress by refusing to act, take Dr. parts raked off before the gar- points K inir's "New Life Pills, and end such den is planted in the spring. of Scots that the custom she inone, who uses Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Mr. D. L. Wilson and Tom glopifles the face. Ecqema or Salt fire which destroyed the Union abuse of your system. They erently It troduced from France made her Bryant were at Russell Springs Rheum vanish before it. It cures sore Sulphure company's plant in compel right action of staraach, liver Fali plowing also is helpful in courts and royal banquets more , . lips, chapped hands, chilblains; heals and bowels, ana restore your neaitii clearing up an ugly back-doo- r on business a few days ago. ' exquisite and gentle than those feelinpR. 2Sr ah Pnml Innrlfillo-nnrburns, cots and bruises. Unegualed JNeW XOrKCltV. Mr J. E. Floyd and Hiram J. or piles. Only 25c st Paull Drug Co Drug Co. landscape. of her rival, Queen Elizabeth. I Mrs. J. W. Blakey was visiting her sons, Frank and Willie, last week. Mrs. Mattie Coffey was visit ing J, W. Blakey last week. r . above and lasting polish, and probably ueia, mcMns,.knee In many instances high American people grow wearied head of the horticultural deparc- - shoes' are fitted with receptacles, will not lack a commercial field of a continuous performance. If for itself as natural ivory cantin- - ment of the Kansas Agricultural in which the wearers keep he is to be elected President in 'College, are removing their to- ues to grow scarcer and dearer their money, powder puffs, jew-ye1916, it will not do to wear outi ; to vines, potato vines and , by year. and other Jitt'le ar his drawing qualities in the in'i.i i !..: tn. cuuibuiiiib.uiiu eiuier puiuug; tic,es dear to the heart of wo- terim. He is neither a Henry them in a compost heap onburn- - men. As a matter of fact, the Are There Any Here. Clay nor a William Jennings .inuiem. purse at the tide of these high Bryan andashe doubtless recalls l; ;' t j b!d. Gd, - bayb-Aiue- n -- , -.-. i ; i ar ! j I i 4 "ll! JlS .uugnu.jgjjjg i , . "' n .. : j -- . .- vt-?- i. - W..V- ,3 j ; ti : ,- .- e ",.,.. i I !...,..... o.-v-d . 11 !. ,. - r j i j - j uiBiuuBuiuuui WelI-rotte- , ' n, .. 1 ; . I t j i jy 1 11 I 1 !! - -- 1. . i I Y j j I i ex-Sprin- gs' , half-drun- i l fr If A A ES- - dih DAlR COUNTS NEWS OVERREACHED Napoheon and Jto 3 for this purpose. The parcels, Uncle Joe." post stamps post stamps will be larger than the ordinary stamps, Uncle Joe Cannon, once the and will be so distinctive in color SriPfllfPr' nf rfio Vinnco nnnr o r?o and design as to divert any pos-- i feated candidate for . . smie conrusion with stamps now to membership in that body, was in use. The new issue will be made to know by his colleagues in three series of designs. The when he returned to Washington first' will illustrate modern that he still holds high place in. methods of transporting mail, their regard. one stamp showing a mail car on The party for which he has railway train, another an ocean battled has been hopelessly demail steamship, a third an autofeated if not dissipated. The mobile, now used in the postal policies that have constituted his service, a fourth the dispatch of political gospel have been repumail by areoplane. The seeond diated. He is an unrepentant series will show at work the four reactionary when all good folks great classes of postal employees, are calling themselves Progress-ive- s. DOstoffieeg cerkg ra;iwav Clerks, He is out of Touch and city letters carriers and rurul de- tune with the times. But he has . hvery carriers. The third series no excuse to offer, no apology represents four industrial scenes to make. He is defeated and showing the principal sources of discarded. He is neither humilthe products that will be transiated nor afraid. He has not ported extensively by parcels abandoned what with him wer post. principles insuring defeat for According to reports received theories promising success. in Louisville from tobacco disTaken by and large, with aH tricts of the State there have his faults he is considerable of a been good rains within the part man. It is to the credit of the rew days, the first in marv House that it had the manliness weeks, and in consequence there to recognize is considerable activity among i ' i re-electi- on HIMSELF. AN ACQUIRED TASTE. AN EYE FOR BUSINESS. THE PASTOR SPRINTED. He Made a Good Run In Record Time With Plenty of Reason. One of the traditional stories of the town of Fairfield. Conn., recounts a wild dash from the pulpit made by a worthy and beloved pastor of the Episcopal flock. Dr. Labaree. It was on a Sunday more than a hundred years ago. The service had been read, the prayers said, the .hymns sung. and the parson began his sermon. As he proceeded his gestures became very energetic. He brought his right hand down with great force., Then he turned pale, cleared the pulpit stairs at a bound, dashed out of the church door and ran toward the pond a short dis- tance away, The congregation followed in bewil- dered pursuit and saw their venerable pastor with flying robe rush into the water until it came to, his neck. Then, turning round, he faced his astonished audience and said: "Dearly beloved brethren, I am not crazy, as no doubt many .of you think. but yesterday at the drug store I bought a bottle of nitric acid and carelessly left it in my pocket today, "My last gesture broke the bottle. 1 knew the suffering the acid would cause when it penetrated my clothing and rushed for the water to save myself pain." lie drew several pieces of glass from his pocket in witness of the tale. Then he dismissed the company and hurried the Causes That Led Up Odd Compliment That Was Paid to an Waterloo. In one way Napoleon possessed a defect" similar to that of Frederick the Great, tie provided uo adequate staff to relieve himself of details. It is likely that his intense desire to stand alone. In order to receive all the credit for what was done was the secret of his action. Although undoubtedly the greatest military genius that ever lived, he overreached himself. This Is shown in a single enterprise like the Russian campaign, but it Is shown in the life as a whole. He could probably have accomplished the anomaly, with the mercurial French, of founding a personal dynasty upon the French revolution which beheaded royalty and announced the rights of man, but when he attempted to remake the map of Europe he reckoned beyond his power. He realized that the armies of the republic had been animated by a passion for liberty, equality and fraternity, but he could not understand that bis ag- gressions upon other countries deprlv- ed his armies of this moral force and implanted it in his enemies and that no skill in strategy and tactics could long withstand it He would not permlt a group of great administrators and niilitarj leaders to share his hon- ors and form around him a cabinet which might have protected him against himself. Ana so he piungeu forward, unadvised and talking of his star and destiny to his Waterloo. Edward D. Jones In Engineering Magazine, - j ( j ' ' , English Artist. Richard Wilson, the English landscape painter, was not of a pliant disposition. Conscious of his own merits, be disdained to bumble himself to those who measure men by rank and value them by pounds. But Wilson's friends liked him no less for his brusque manner. Godsmith. Sterne. Wilson and Dr. Johnson were assembled at Garrick's house witli a party of ladles for sup-- ' per. "We were very lively at your expense indeed, gentlemen," said Mrs. Garrick, rallying them for having arrived late. "To punish you for not obeying our summons the ladies likened . you all to plants and fruits and flowers." "Pray let us hear," said Wilson. "Doubtless I come in for a sprig of laurel." "No, sir," said the pretty, lively lady; you are wrong." "For rue, perchance,1 said he. "No, sir; guess again." "Why, I am dubbed bitter enough, perhaps a crab," said he, "for that man," pointing to Garrick. "has dubbed me Sour Dick." "Guess again," said Mrs. Garrick, laughing. "Will you give it up?" "Yes, madam." "Why, then, sir, you are likened to olives. Now. will you dare to inquire eyes upon him. "Well, then, my dear, TRAPPING AN ERMINE. out with it! I dare." rising "Then know, sir," said she, and courtesying most gravely. "Mr. One of the Reasons Why the Prized BOILING WATER. Fur Is So Costly. Wilson is rough to the taste at first. stole of imperial ermine Is "This tolerable by a little longer acquaint Under Certain Conditions It's Just ance and delightful at locf RT. i worth SI ,000." said the dealer. "Dear? Right For a Nice Bath. Nix. Just consider how the animals change. comprised in it were caught! Water is a fluid simply because Its particles, which may be compared to "In the Grst place, they were caught CAUGHT THE BLUFFER. in a winter of extreme cold, for it Is an aggregation of iufinitesimal pearls, ' only in such a winter that the weasel, are kept separated by latent heat. De Wint's Clever Ruse That Sold One Outside heat applied to a vessel con- - j ui ui mini;, iiuua nunj w ii uj iu ouutv of His Paintings. taining water causes the latent and white. In normal winters the ermine j Peter De Wint. the English land- ouiy turns io a greeuisn wune, nue uns applied heat both to act on the air con-- ' tained in the water. Under such con- - scape painter, was accustomed each $rvu gieeuisii wuue siuie lie re. show of dltions pure water at sea level will year to have a "In the second place, the ermines temperature of 212 degrees F. his pictures before sending them to the were cuugui young. lor w ueu muy ue- boil at a if the barometer pressure bp thirty Water Color society's exhibition. On veloped their coats are coarse and stiff. , such occasions his friends frequently as in mis $ou siuie, ami io cai.cn mem inches. containing bought pictures, which, of course, ap- young the tongue trap must be used. If, however, the vessel this same water be carried to the top peared at the public exhibition marked Any other trap would teac the delicate fur. of a high mountain or put under the "Sold." Among the painter's friends was a "The tongue trap is a knife, an ordiexhausted receiver of an air pump it wealthy man who wanted to appear a nary hunting knife, smeared, with will boil before it reaches the temperature of 212. because the atmosphere patron of art and at the same time grease, that the hunter lays in the has been taken away so as to allow keep his money. lie managed this by snow. The little ermine sees the blade, the air contained in the water to es- loudly admiring the paintings already which it mistakes for ice. Ice it loves cape before It becomes sufficiently sold. De was always a bit too late to to lick, and so it licks the kuifo blade heated to Impart that quality to the buy the pictures that pleased hhn and is eaught fast, its tongue, in that loose particles of water surroundlng.it ' most, and having seen them, as he was zero weather, frozen to the steel. "Yes, sir, when you see a stole like At a height of 1&000 feet on the sides wont to declare, he could never content "on.l nnVo for ir. fhis dnn'r ho'Tiirliro of the Himalaya mountains water bolls himself with less beautiful works. at a temperature of ISO degrees and ' Do Wint at last suspected the, man's for every evmine in it was tongue under the exhausted receiver of the sincerity, and when the next show day trapped in subzero weather- -a mighty came round he concluded to test him. slow and iminful hand process." New i air pump at only 72 degrees. This proves that boiling water is not After plenty of time had been allowed ' York Tribune. always equally hot It also tells us for De Wint's friends to make their why it is next to impossible to cook purchases the rich man arrived. As ' The Blanket Tree. meat vegetables etc.. in high altitudes usual, his eye soon fell on two "per-- Blankets grow on trees in Ecuador. by the boiling process. London Satur- - feet gems" marked "Sold." Turning to and, while the idea of an all wood day Review. the artist, he said: "Now, De Wint, fresh from the forest bed covering e are esacuy iub imup i uuu.u raigat giVe insomnia-ana backache to Good Razors Poss hat a pity they are the child of civilization who likes to like to possess. There is n very common fee ing that not to be had." smi.glc comfortably under several lay- - ' "My dear sir." said the painter, slap- - P there is a certain element of chance in r iinwii .inii wnni. tin nntiroa Ami tne pureuase 01 si razor, it is some- - pmg mm on tue oacK, i Knew you jt au rjgi,t. as in fact it is. times expressed that "whatever price would like them, so 1 put the tickets when" an Ecuador Indian wants a ' you pay you try your luck." Occa- - 0n to keep them for you." . blanket he hunts up n demajagua tree siobally one hears of a remarkable ra- The awkwardness of the situation , ttU(i cuts lroin it a tiVii ov iK f(ot sec. zor which lwlds its edge as if by magic. was ,oniv relieved when the enthusias- - , nr h ,W(.,ili!iriv nftihu: inrL-givin; 5 pleasure to its owner every day tjc admirer became the somewhat uu-- 1 Th5s is dampened and beaten until the for h alf a lifetime, so that he would yyming purchaser of the two "gems.- "- ' llexibility of the sheet is much increas not part with it for guineas. So long Youth's Companion. ed. The rough gray exterior is next as it is possible for one razor to be se-peeled ofT. and the sheet dried in the lected as a particularly good one it is Resistance to the Sun. sun. The result is a blanket, soft, evident that the hardening as carried Aniinais whose capacity for thermal light and talrly warm, of an attractive out fails to impart the maximum effi- - regulation is limited, such as rabbits cream color. It ma j be rolled Into a ciency to .the majority. The author and monkeys, rapidly succumb to ex-- , compact bundle without hurt and with believes that it is possible to harden posure to the tropical sun In the j ordinary usage will last for several every razor in a gross so that each one same circumstances the skin of a man j years. Harper's, sliall be truly a duplicate of the best rises some H or 4 degrees C. aboe ihe Whether It would pay to do so is a normal. Theoretically the black skin Butterflies That Live on Fish. question which is outside his province. of negro race should absorb more heat The butterfly was blue, and transpar- Shipley N. Brayshaw in Engineering than that of the white people. Dow- As through blue glass Its tiny Magazine. ever, colored races are better able than ent could be seen beating inside its heart the white to regulate their temperature body, and the professor read a newsThe Gobi Desert. under the iulluence of the tropical sun The great desert of Gobi which is perhaps because perspiration is more paper article through its lovely blue partly in China, partly in Manchuria, abundant The ape, although a native wings. "This." he said, "is the It a Mediterranean butterfly. partly In Mongolia and partly in Sibe- of the tropics, is less capable of resisteaLs fish. On its tongue are rows of ria, Is traversed by the oldest transpor ing the sun than other animals and tation lines in existence. It has a earn-- 1 even the white man. This Is no doubt pointed hooks. They serve as teeth. van route over which tea and silk laden attributable to the fact that its natural This heaiitifui creature would turn up camels have traveled toward Europe home is in the forests. For certain its nose at a garden of roses and lilies, for 3.000 years, and yet from the time monkeys two hours of exposure to the but it would feast ecstatically upon a putrid eel. Now and then a pteropoda when Kublai Khan macadamized the tropical sun is fatal. is found on the Florida or the Califorwhen the Russian road until the time nia coast. It is only abundant though, railroad paralyzed it by the competition A Unique Laboratory. iu the Mediterranean " of steam no one of the merchants who Outside the harbor of Sfax, Tunisia, traveled over it turned either to the4 in the shallow water of the clear Ancient and Modern. right or to the left to tell Europe and Mediterranean, is situated a biological Occident of the wonders or the ter-- 1 iui)01tory for the study of sponges, Mr. Choate. the well known Amerithe rors of thut unknown la:id. It is one 0f tne ,nost tjnitine in the can diplomatist. vr.s fcelug shown over world and affords opportunity for ob a very old English parish church. Hard to Please. serving the development of the sponge Pointing out an oak screen, the rector Mr. Snaggs was accosted on the from tinv larva, so small that it can informed his visitor that it was "censtreet the other day by a beggar who only be studied under a microscope, turies old." "And, this paneling on was covered with a very remarkable until fivo years later it has .developed the door?" inquired Mr. Choate. much "Oh," replied the rector, interested. mass of patched and ragged garments into a perfect sponge. "that is quite modern! It was put up and who said: only forty years before the discovery of "Mister, haven't you some old clothes Two Sides.. you could give a fellow?" "There are two sides, you know, to America, you know!" London Globe. Snaggs surveyed the beggar from every argument." said the ready made Buttons Barred. bead to foot and then asked: philosopher. "Our collection today, my dear breth"Are not the clothes you have on replied the gloomy person, "Yes," old enough for you?" , "but it makes a difference which side ren." said the rector, "is for the cloth- 1 rou etioose. There two sides to .a piece ing fund. At the same time, may earnestly impress upon you that A Little Short of Funds. of fly paper." Washington Star. though the 'collection is for the clothMore money? What Mr. Tyte-1'hiing fund, it is not necessary to conyou done with that dollar 1 gave ' have An Exception. Tyte-PhlMrs. you last week? "Money, after nil, means nothing but tribute buttons?" That's in the savings bank, but 1 can't i trouble." The Hero. draw the Interest, on it till next Jan"Still, it is the only kind of trouble uary. 1 want another dollar to run which it is hard to borrow." First Critic 1 understand you saw Scrlbler's new comedy last night the house on In the meantime. Chicago Tribune. Who played the hero? Second Critic He Swore. you I did. ' I sat through the whole She Was he furious, dear, when Record. All Settled. told him that we had been secretly Severe Father Katherlne, what Is married? He Not really furious, only Neither walls, theaters, porches nor the meaning of the diamond ring on salfurlous. Judge. Willful Daughter It senseless equipage make states, but your finger? papa, .that Jack has something to be deemed free who has men who are able to rely upon .them- means, None is to ask yon that.lt will do no good to not perfect self command. Pythagoras. J selves. Aristldes. refuse. Boston Transcript further? "Let me see," said Wilson, with all i The Way Disraeli "Put One Over" on Publisher Colburn. When the Hon. Mr. Ward wrote his novel "Tremaine" he was fearful of acknowledging himself the author until its fate should have been ascertained. He accordingly, the better to preserve his incognito, sent the manuscript copy by the wife of his attorney to Mr. Colburn. The work, although accepted, was not considered likely to, pay extremely well, and consequently a trifling sum was given for it. Con- trary. however, to Mr. Colburn's ex- pectations, it ran to three editions. The ingenious author of "Vivian years old, hav-- 1 Grey." then twenty-tw- o ing heard of the circumstances, deter-- J mined to use it to advantage, and ac- eordiugly, having arranged his work' for publication, he proceeded to And out the honorable gentleman's fair' messenger. This he quickly effected and upon a promise of giving her 20 induced her to be the bearer of his novel t& the same publisher. The woman was instantly recognized by Mr. Colburn .as the same person who brought him "Tremaine," and. recollecting the great sale of that nov-- ! el, he leaped at the manuscript presented to him with the utmost eagerness. It was quickly read and a handsome .sum given for the copyright- - A short time, however, enabled Mr. Colburn to find out his error, but too late to reinodv himself. The work was not successf,ii, and a considerable sum was . x ,. ..... .. lost uy its puuncauou. I ' -- I i J home. FROZEN WITH HEAT. A t ! ! I ' , J ! ' j semi-privat- e . Remarkable Process Known as the Caloric Paradox. Freezing is usually associated with cold, but watei bo frozen on a red-hplate. Th: pretty experiment has I rightly been en ! the caloric paradox, ' If a drop of ater is placed on a red-hot or white hot metal plate it does' nhonnn faT.moi.c ; nroncTOf;nn ijul suuul'ii' A Liht Vote. iiau iijiu . i in iiuuci jf the great heat. It does for the packing and shipping of the influeu not OA'fMI on. it :miuiji, vt aiiuiuicrt i , , So far this season U1JS slowly as It rolls about the i LueJ1 qujcny :i After all the eampaininir done nn(., . suppose that the drop on the movement of the new crop a volatile liquid like sulthe plate y the most prominent men in phurous a- M. It will evaporate, and has been about normal, and the! this ev.)noralion wUl produce cold. Let sales have been a little in excess the different parties including: n drop of water fal, in the sniphurous themselves, after acid drop and It will lie frozen in spite of last year, a total of 975 hog- - the candidates ot j illeTimas. 1 . Met.-- , v- i -1 , ! i ; ; : . ! ! ' having been sold this year all the newspaper and magazine on :tvads, vote at white hot platinum capsule. Faraday against 92 nogsheads last year. given to the cause, the earned this remarkable experiment Ordinarily the movement of the Nov. 5. was light. Why? . ,., . even further '. Pouring some ether and , ., a- m tne nation uovernor fYiraHi t new crop aoes noc Degin uncu solidified carbonic acid gas on a platinum capsule, he formed a bout the middle of December, received the largest popular spheroidal mass which evaporated very but from chat time until about . ,. ; ,;,. slowly. He then brought some merpiuiatiojv cvci given a kauuwM9. cury into contact with it, and this was Februrary 1. receiots and sales yote was n&ht instantly frozen. Now, mercury re continue on the increase, reach- - Yet the quires a temperature... of 10 .degrees he- vote for three leading candi- ,. ., ...V." . 1S ireUU2IUiy IHUlfc 011.111 l.UUU tal u ""hogsheads a day. The recent date- s- Wilson. Roosevelt and n ' rams was especially good for to- - ti..,. ;,., CW.IW . cnnAAfl lttLb itlU UIIIJ ttUUUI, ., . , . bscco growers bectiuse of the "Deadhead" Trip. No .r .... ,..i ,..f.,mnrtnnn,fftmn0fnm uruinh Ka;nrr rvin. more than iftat given tne two shipping lines in the palmy days of our erate create(i the dampness re- - leading ones Bryan and Taft , Cope ' Mhuouainy thus froze water ; j ; J ; -- red-ho- ,j;i.i r"" r.i.Mn nor: j i ; ' , ; . , . line, which ran ,1 marine was the t "--i LU u tOUf VearS.agO.aiKl Since 1WOIW0 UL ' between Philadelphia and Liverpool., lluu,e.u. says the author of "Memoirs of Charles;'"'-"V. states have been admitted and ni u. Cramp. lv tiiir nut; JuiLii it.ri.ii " AJ 4 l,kA Women tnrran-bl- e. ,lo!l,h of Uoanoke determined to go to to put their crops into hogsheaes Some he had been appointed Russia when j"P ir to Lo.ville to- mInjster to that country by President i . ,- - " j k"ui" ' ,.- XI A I i j i j I men on tne local Dl'eaKS company in Philadelphia, he said to a in his usual grandiloquent man say that while the movement v clerk DaCCO tv,1-J nw.., t. .n ,.r H' Other InarkeiS. ! Experienced inripoiW 1 . lX7t.nnttin Vfftk'A .0 TlHl j i i i i ' ! I pter-opod- j j short, n t countins? the natu innTnncn tYlot"nilollir ral increase; the vote in Milwau-- Sir, I wish to see Thomas P. Cope." mediately . it will be about a kee was behind that of last lie was shown to Mr. Cope's office. "I am John Randolph of Roanoke." week before the movement spring, 23,000 registered votes he said. "I wish to take passage to heavy. Liverpool iu one of your ships." staying away from the polls. If he expected to be tendered a pass What's the answer? Are the he was grievously disappointed. IY. AN! "I am Thomas Cope," replied the people growing tired of running head of the line. "If thee goes aboard their own government? Are the ship and selects thy stateroom and , may go." will payt150 thee Uncertainty of the immediate fch with their personal ire is looked upon bv manv men Are they disgusted An Ants' Sewing Circle. .x.iairs, as a blockade to enter - affairs? A party of (lerman naturalists reand business, prosperity, and wjth the all year round sledge cently returned from Ceylon have re1 Cockade is now quite apparent ported the existence of,a species of ant campaigning? Are ut the channels of trade, hammer that has been observed iu the act of Presidential Election; the they surfeited, with oratory and sewing two leaves together for the purof Consrress with no fixed' ris pose of forming a nest This report heavy verbal a- - vKfv T.ahor as a new had so much coniirms the observations of the English naturalist Kidley. made iu 1S00 ir in politics; together with ' munition usedn them that they They saw a row of the insects pulling matters of greater or iessarefire prcof? the edges of leaves together, then oth - , ,rrenresent at this time a ers trimming and fitting the edges, and' .t,at,tjc conflict of separate inter- is the matEe?. Somethin , finally the completion of the work by is now the Arri that somethine whatever it harmonize which still other ants which fastened the ....!)!cm .,.. ...!..,. ii siiuy .. i ..:i.-i.- i. before the country. .. ,.!.. Cllges wii.ii iniuim hjiuuu ujr 111 want Prosperity, Peace and, may be. is the greatest danger larvae of the same species the workers -, carried in their mandibles. It is' said Plentv. Read with care the Cin- facing this nation today" Enquirer, a journal that that the sewing ants pass the fa fche T TFY- lbe-com- . es M B fc . . ..-- r.n:-ho- :e Oro-nnizer- l i 1 . I t t v Noi-Are- ati I st st larvae like shuttles through p.ufj all the news each day fr' m wuuaia"u,"' holes in the edges or the leaves. Bos- 'every commercial center through - ;'chose for their president Jie ton Post A barometer ot. u - o out the world. fWn flint: thev f .. - v UCOt llltlli V. cc.v 2 i and effects that points otjt, j For the Boy's Sake. as : iieacon Light, the danger and chose the be3t principles, the A Itoseville man stopped smoking for tii- safeguard therefrom. fact that so many of them have the sake of his young son. "If smoke As well known, the Daily Kn T clinll cat litin i linri iivnimilp." lie Jir- neglected their .privilege an gued and gave up tobacco with many quirer is the largest in size For three years he has highest priced paper' in the Lnitcd duty and shown no interest in sichs of re-r- et done without the weed. The other States, yet cheapest, measured f y j snd positive i its aff aias, is a great . n1ht he frmnrt n hnv nf Httle elcrnrs in niiolJtv otid minntitv. 'rjie Weekly Enquirer. , :th the danger. Americans should re-br- ier the boy's coat pocket a well smoked . pipe in the youngster's tool bos cream and digest 0f au tne news, Wltn-Sreai,, down cellar and a pack of cigarettes in ' w.V. wtnrtals .1 Sard tnls llgnt VOte , . . the woodshed. Newark News market reports, methods and re- - cancern. xnere is u utiiii. ." suits from Government and Site great as that of neglect J Mil. H.s Experience (Experiment Stations, veterirr.ry "In order to succeed in any line of matters, People s Forum, choice waukee Daily News. . ,.;,, ... ,nt mnmhoni-who was given to the" habit of moral - l literature, short and continued itnr-- t sermons, ge: ral Izing. "one must begin at the bottom." ies, Slamps for Parcels Post. replied the young man information, etc., with the excision "I tried that." with the fringed trousers. ;and now of all matters of scandal and :m 'morality, is today the Clcrxist Postmaster General Hitchcock I'm oh my uppers." Exchange thread-givin- g th, !"' - ! 1 pd ! ' Jt: .,. - sf v.-.- . ,,,' -- non-sectan- an thing.-Phlladel- phia has Reckless Dissipation. 'Each issue is alone worth the ain't you of a year's subscription. His Mother Hiram, a series of stamps of twelve de'shamed o yourself settin' up tlU half Solicitors for subscriptions .r :e nominations for exclusive use in past 8 playin solitaire? Whar you get your taste for gamblin' I don't know. a handsome profit and increase -'.he forwarding packages by the new .a good influence of The Enntu: Life. morality anindt. : r v, parcels post. Under the law rethe uplift of No man can. do nothing, and no man for thebetterment and wclf ire cently enacted by Congress orProverb. Jof thf.e&rpmi:u':lv. Forttrir- :te do everyuhing.-Germ- an :an ":... cannot be used 3- - dinary stamps .j:i:ire; to Weekly Family Journal obta:".-- ; e. tr:e completed arrangements for1 'nd r -- ii.: wl l- i I t 'Ar -a ,. TEE ADAIR COtJMT fcfeVi'S .. 'S&r l& A 2 gr CO. RUSSELL . - 4fei,i mmtm WWWW &i . V ww-ww fte"- - -- . ft , - -- flV TMbHBk' T iHP & TYV. viTv? Wt. ' Are Headquarters for all kinds of CHRISTMAS GOODS. Their Stock is enormous: You had better hurry, they are going with a rush. W ' V Ti RUSSELL ; &&t yjearswhat the tax system would tors favor remaining in session do in twenty-fiv- e years. What virtually through the holidays. Published Every Wednesday' think you? The columns of The Fire destroyed the Gibson BY THE News are open on this subject. Hotel and two adjacent buildings County News Company, Adair :What a wonderful uplift would and guUed the Union Trust Sky( incorporated.) result to the farming interests scraper in Cincinnati, inflicting a property loss of $700,000. Nine EDITOR. throughout this county if we onCHAS. S. HARRIS is .strange, persons injured. ly had good roads. I HE ADAIR' COUNTY HEWS Democratic newspaper devoted to the invest of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent countlss. Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offic- It e as sec-a- d lYED. DEC, 18. mean 1912 better Better roads farms, and better farms mean Treasurer Rhea: ' "It appears from the records e other. aper. in the Auditor's office - that the Three men charged with send- total receipts for the year ending We hope and trust the people June 30, 1912, were $7,280,486.66; of this county will make the ing a series of Jetters threaten- that the total expenditures for WilCounty Road Engineer earn his ing death to President-elec- t the same period of time were unless he paid them 5,000 $7,721,122,74. Therefore there salary. . Theyfcan only do this by. son in the hills of was a deficit for this year of furnishing him the necessary were arrested 637. OS. This fiscal year means to buildlmacadam .roads. New Jersey. One of them went $440, but came to a close within a short Grumbles and criticisms will not for the officers with an ax, time after the acts of the" Genergun. avail. He maydo his duty, and, was intimidated with a al Assembly of 1912 went into "do it well with the means now "Bridgie" Webber, one of the effect. Therefore only a small available, but his efforts will be tour informers whose story eon- - part of the appropriations made little permanent worth. Lvicted jof Lieut. Becker and the four by that session of the Legislature Patch work Oh a wornout gar- "gunmen" of the murder of were included in the expenditures ment amounts to little value re- Herman Resenthal, the gambler, for the period of time. It is apgardless of who does it. Start repudiated most of the story he parent that the total expendi the ball rolling and keep it roll told at the trial. tures of the Commonwealth of make Mr. Coffey answer ing, and Kentucky are in excess of the progressive for an intelligent, It is announced that the ques- total revenues; that Kentucky responsibil-ity,shoul- d His stewartship. tion as to whether or not the has a debt that has'accumulated be increased by in- canal dispute between the Unit- during the past year amounting creased demands, but no de- ed States and Great Britain to several thousand dollars, artel mands should be made without shall be submitted. to The Hague if the expenditures continue to backing him up with cash. To will be decided by the Senate. exceed the income this debt will put the road tax to get the cash annually increase, House leaders .reached a de25 cents, the limit, or better "The Commissioners of the still, let us issue $100,000 in cision to recess from December Sinking Fund were created in January 2, but many Sena- - 183Qfor the purpose bf 'provid bonds and do in two or three 19 to l more comfort, more prosperity, and a general increase in farm The case against the Allen products. An increase in gang who shot up the Hillsville, products will result to the good last March, Va.f court-housof producer and consumer, raise killing four or five men, have the standard of value and merit been settled. The last chapter of our county and put us in the was brought to a close last path of progress. Too long the Thursday when Sidna Allen and enterprising citizens of Adair Wesley Edwards confessed their have listened to the fearful pre guilt and were given long terms dictions of those who are content j in the penitentiary. with living under worse conditions than existed a century ago. Congressman Roddenbery, of Back in those days the roads were Georgia, offered a resolution in evidently on the top of the earth, theLHouse last Wednesday prenow they are in ditche?. Then venting forever by constitutional they could not, be: so very bad amendment the marriage of while at thislage their use has whites and blacks in the United so increased as to place them un- States. The marriage of Jack der the surface; then no vehicles Jaenson, the. negro brute, to a of comfort or of fast going were white woman prompted the reso in the reach of the people; now Iution. light vehicles' andl automobiles It has been given out from are in common use. In those days incoming the people were not able to build Washington that the the roads, while now other con- President has decided to make reditions exist.'. ..The News favors Senator elect Ollie James the a bond issue for public roads and feree for Federal patronage in would bef glad to havelthis .prop- the two Kentucky Republican osition submitted to a vote in the Congressional districts. Caleb near future. What think you? Powers is drawing pay in one Speak out in the columns of this and Mr. Langly represents the e, strange indeed, that the people of this county, as well as many others, fail to see Ithe immense value of macadam roads. We couldsellkbonds""and build the roads, and, in fact, the roads would pay for themselves in a few years. The News favors bonding and building. s3 By an agreement among Senators, no late Federal appointments in Kentucky and other States similarly represented will be confirmed. 4S .Will Find $ 'WJ IJmjf .. VV . 1. JLLM LrKAJVl 8 v4A Ready If you favor building The News. good roads let it be known through The time for staying at home is at the door. Winter is on and the roads will soon be almost impassible. appliThere are twenty-fiv- e cants for the Coilectorship of the Eighth Kentucky district. & not fail to see our line of Christmas Goods. We have suitable Presents for all, Big, Little, Old and Young, and at prices Do that will not fail to please. w goods and get our prices. X Call in, see our Y fH. 3 111 c ir J KAVI &M j Whitelaw Reid, American Ambassador to England, died in ing for the punctual payment of London last Sunday afternoon. borrowed money and the final This comCongress adjourned on the redemption of loans mission has been continued until 19th to meet again January 2. the present time, and the same duty has been enjoined upon it, BIG DEFICIT LAST YEAR Birdseye view of our Plant together with other duties. State Officials Calls on Departments to Cut Down Expenses Orders For Probe RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM. "It is now the, sense of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund or Kentucky that an effort should be made to retrench and reform fiscal affairs of the Commonwealth of Kentucky in order to determine whether or not any! money is being expended by any n of the departments of this government which is unauthorized. The Commission should have laid before it an itemized state ment showing the amount paid ' out by each department, to whom and for what all sums of money were paid out. Therefore, be it I The Louisville Times Special Service. Frankfort, Ky , Dec. 13. The following resolutions introduced by Attorney General Garnett was adopted unanimously to-da- y by the Sinking Fund Commission, composed of Gov. McCreary, Attorney General Garnett, Secretary of State C. F. Crecelius, Auditor H. M. Bosworth and "Largest in Dixie" . 1 Hughes & Sons Co., Incorporated i Louisville, Kentuckv. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalo V. -. WHOLESALE I. ., . ' .,. r., . "Resolved, That the State spector and Examiner be, and he is requested and directed to furnish the Sinking Fund Commission a statement showing the paid out by .each depart-meof the government, to whom and for what purpose, and the amount appropriated by law for the support of each department of this government. Be Innt W I Louisville, Kentucky On Main between Sixth and Seventh American and European Plans RATES: "Resolved, That ths State inspector and Examiner will i eport as herein directed January I, 19-13- ." American Plan $2.00 and up European Plan $1.00 and up We serve the best American Plan meals in the South MONEY tp;w- - The New Louisville Hotel Co. Inc. Herman Steinhilber, Manager lb is said that seyeral thousand hogs Don't wasts your money buying are feeding on mast in the Cumber- strengthening plasters. Chamber-ain'- s land river section, from the mouth of is cheaper and better Liniment Greasy creek to below Creelsboro. Dampen a piece of flannel with it and The farmers bought the hogs, and shipped them 1n. It is also said that bind it over the affected partn and it in the market many pounds are knock- will relieve the pain and soreness. ed off mast fed hogs. For sate by Paull Drug Co. Sr itrap We tell vonhmr. and oav best market prices. We are dealers; established m X856; and can do BETTER for yon than agents or commission mer- e. chants. References any bank In Write for weekly price list. I)u-Isvill- tins SONS 1 A. A 33 L Market St, LWISVIUE, Dealers In FUas, HIDES, WOOL. M. SABEL KY. ( VI K i.1 V ;Tv- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS May. Have, An Icjl Riant J . 1HI . V DakingPowder AbsolutelyPure The Woman Makes the Home She makes it best who, looking after tlje culinary department, turns her. back resolutely upon unhealthful, or even suspicious, food accessories. She is economical; she knows that true economy does not consist in the use of inferior meat, flour, or baking powder. She is an earnest advocate of home made, home baked food, and has proved the truth of the statements of the experts that the best cooking in the world today is done with Royal Baking Powder. Ottley, of Virginia, who has been with his son, Mn. W. TV Ottley, for several weeks, has reached the conclusion that an ice plant is very much needed in Columbia, and believing thab one would pay here, he ' left Friday morning for Louisville, Cincinnati and Indianapolis on an in- -. vestigating tour. If he can secure a ; plant, the size that can be profitably. j operated here, he will make a pur-- j chase, the machinery to be shipped later. Maj. Ottley lias also been at work on i a book for some time, and on this trip ! he expects to arrange with a publishing company to put it to press. J.-W- Maj. . Lindsey 0 -- - Wilson Training A Schotf - m safe place to put your children. At good place to attend school. John Coomer and Lewis Scott, in. dieted in the Adair circuit court upo n a charge of extortion, were landed in jail here last Wednesday afternoon by Deputy Sheriff R. C. Kaltenback of Jefferson county. Mr. W. F. nan-- , cock, who is employed in the ollice of the Sheriff of Jefferson county, accom- panied the deputy and prisoners to this place. The charge against the two men will be called for trial at the January term of the Adair circuit court. Ladies ram coats and dress skirts at a bargain at Casey Jones store. 7-- 2t Personal Mr. J. S. Coles of, Grayville. 111., combined business andjS pleasure and Mrs. R. Y. Ilindman accompanied her husband to Louisville last week. Mr. W. E. Lyon was here to see our grocerymen the middle of last week. Mrs. SarahlRiBarger left ;Thursday for Weister, Okia.,;where she will re- side with her son, Rev. R. E. Steven- who is pastor of the' Methodist church in that city. Messrs. W. O.Sand Marvin T. Mur- rellj who have "been in Illinois for about a year,Ireturnedvto their home, Craycraft, lastjThursday. Miss LorenaPyle left on an extended visit for Paducah lastThursday. Miss Winnie Dohoney, who spent several months in;Louisville with her sister, returned home last Tuesday night. Mr. Barney liasner, who has been employed ut Aligood. Term., for the fast year, returned home the first spent two or three?days in Columbia last week. It is ouly seven days until old Santa Claus makes his appearance in Columbia. All the little fellows whogoto bed on the evening of the 24th and sleep Pit His Case Exactly. soundly during the night, will wake "When father was sick about six up early in the morning to find that years ago he read an advertisement of Old Santa has paid them a visit. Chamberlain's Tablets in the papers that lit his case exactly," writes Miss S. M. Burdette, of Marion county, Margaret Campbell of Ft. Emith, Ark. bought five mules in Columbia Jast "lie purchased, a box of them and he week, paying from 8135 to S190 per has not been sick since. My sister eaa head. stomach trouble and was also benefit- The statements of the Gradyville ed by them. For saje bv all fe&ers. and Casey Creek banks are published R. F. Paull bought, last Wednesday, in to aay's paper. eight mules, from different, parties, for his nephew, Frank mil, of Monti-socello. The bunch cost $1,355. Mr. PANEL HM will use these mules on his farm. , lie has a lot on hand which he will n, w 'ism 111 -- 'SfV :iw:;CS-:Write for Catalogue. ' "P'r 1 1 Second Term Begins Dec. 31, 1912. Board and Tuition $11.50 to $13.50 per month - NEILSON & MOSS, BOONE AXLE And don't have to grease but once a week. - COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY, "WE USE m Buggies Surreys Wonderful Sales Of Runabouts Busies. ship South. L. W. Bennett sold J. C. Durham & Co., Campbellsville last Friday, thirty-eigh- t cattle at from $10.00 to $40.00 per head. J. T.Page sold the same lirm ten head at an average of 30.00 per head. Mrs. Jo. Ann Roberts, who lived in fhft Snnn mnntrv Hiorl vhpv civlrlonlv last Thursday. Slie was aboutthirty-eigh- t years old and left a family of ; Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. I !Lsl i 3 part of last week. children. and Mrs. L. T. lsTeat have removed from the E. L. Feese cottage to the residence owned by Mr. Luther Brockman, back of the Lindsey-Wilso- n Training sehool. Mr. Found. ' CLTltj Two calves one black and one red wife, The owner will please call on J. M I'r. Robert 1. Biakeman and Indianapolis, Ind., arrived last Friday Harris. afternoon and will spend seveml days Columbia Ledge, No. 230, 1. O. O. F., witli relatives here. will meet next Thursday night. All Mr. ITugJj Noe, was here from members are requested to be present, Cnmpbellsville, last Friday. as there will be work. Air. C V. Bridwell, Bardstown, was Rev. II. A. Sanders will preach at it the the Ilaivcock Hotel Friday. the Cane Valley Baptist church next Mr. M. W. Miller, of Campbellsville, Sunday at 11 o'clock. A cordial inwas in Columbia last Friday. vitation is extended to everybody. 1 Mr. H. C. Ilindman, who has been sojourning at Hot Springs, Ark., returned home last'Wednesday. night. Dr. P. II. Conover and wife, who have been living in Monticello, will arrive in Columbia the latter part of this week. After the holidays they will locate Ht Mt Vernon, Rockcastle Herman C Xafel tobbers and Dealers in '? IfiJ i Greensburg Kentucky, equip-- - Electrical Supplies . Inside and outside construction material, tools, telephone and farm lighting ment. Sells' A Oar LoacU Of Bugsies Smry Louisville, Ky 236 W, Jefferson, St. Saturday. atorday June 22nd. Main Mrs. W. E. Coleman, who spent several weeks with Mrs. R II. Price, K F. Paull sold and delivered left for the home of her parents at Marion Stephenson, of Eowena, Springfield last Wednesday. Monday, a male Aberdeen Angus calf for 50.00 Mr. .1. D. Beard, Campbellsville, was here Saturday. All the raembersot the Presbyterian Mr Vernon Holt, Jamestown, was Church are urged to attend prayer in Columbia Friday and Saturday. meeting this (Wednesday) night. Miss Kate Stephenson, of Rowena, Kev. Crawford will make a short talk on "The Home." i5 visiting Miss Mary Miller. Miss Lidia West, who assisted Mrs. All the Sunday schools in town will Geo. W. Staples in milliney this past remember the children. season, left for Plymouth, Ind., Saturday morning and will tench in a trainThe schools will Close on the 20th to ing school this winter, and will re- be opened the first Monday in Jan sume work in millinery in the spring. nary. Street by Wood Lewis. was Bloxikofll 1m mWm ri&us a for two hours with Buggies sold During the vsps" - Marshall cald'aci on to clear the street. . -- clay Town aiti ni- - ur i? iiit - s jtiv 'Auh: j i ir.'ir ir ui. ltrf- -: i & t n wf- Irvin and J. II. rould Shout for Joy Stayton and son left here Monday 'I want to thank you from the botmorning for Groveland, Fla. They tom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, are from the Russell Springs. of Lewisburg, W. Va., "for the Mr. A. B. Gowdy, of Campbellsville, wonderful double benelit I goo from ' is spending a few dayB in Columbia. Electric Bitters, in curing me of both Dr. O. S. Dunbar is in Columbia a severe case of.gtomach trouble and of rheumatism, faom whidi I had been from Lebanon for a day or two an .almost helpless sufferer for teu Mrs. Z. T. Williams has greatly years. It suited my case as though improved. made just for me." For dyspepsia, Mr. E. O. Stone, traveling sales indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the system of kidney poisions that cause man, is in the county, this week. Mrs. Emily Burton, who spent sev- rheumatism, Electric Bitters have no eral weeks at the home of her brother, equal. Try them. Every bottle is Mr. II. C. Walker, returned home last guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50 cents Thursday night. at Paull Drug Co. Mr. J. A. Wnmore, who is practicing law in Lexington, is at home for Mrs. Jo Flowers, who is quite au the holidays. old lady, met with au accident last Wednesday. She was descending a Mrs. Martha Mosby, who lived in pair of steps, made a misstep, and fell the Sparksville country, and whose down the flight. She was considerreason had been dethroned foi several ably bruised about the head and face. months, died one day last week. Henry, Collins, of Campbellsville, When first noticed that her mindjwas unbalanced, she was discovered in the bought, last week, about fifteen head wood, three miles from home, the of cattle from Lucien Moore paying from $20 to $40 per head. family being on the hunt of her. Messrs. W. H. . What is the cause of these Phenopinai! Sales. Quality, VSJnA (JMlnif'lMv3KvKW vsl w wimmgwmikM&m&R. lunula ajMMwaMmi i l 4 PAULL DRUG co- K. - Columbia' Cane Valley, Ky- - HUTCHISON, Ky.fH Styles and Easy Riding. my-- ii mi a mmmmmmBsm mmmmmmamm nr.jy rTrr-frrniii- i mi i it ihij Moqrning to Mr. William E. Hedg - ; ons and daughters of Master .Masons cock, which will take place at Ma- in. uoinmuia to organize a louge oi comb, 111., on Christmas day. The in- the Eastern Star. It is a beautiful tended bride is a daughter of Mr. and- degree and lodges are being organized Mrs. Charles S. Mourning, former res- - over tye Stffte. If the ladies of Columbia are interested, a charter from of Mesdames N. M. Tutt, R.. K? the Grand Lodge couiu do secured and niece T itm tt n:n r.- XOUIlg, W. XI. Uiii auu vjcu. xv. nv;'.' the work started. It is a branch of uuoj. When you see a young fellow, early Masonry that is doing much good. in the morning with fed eyesand comIn buying your Christmas candies, plaining that he is half sick, you know what he engaged in the night toys, fruits, etc., call at the store of Flowers & Beck. before. Invitations have been received here ' There are a sufficient number of to the marriage of Miss Nellie Irene married ladies, wives of Master Mas- - REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man the Mower and Binder man, the Gasoline Engine man, Implement man. the- - Earnx: WOODSON i LEWIS GREENSBURG',KY. V ft - i F 6 THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Aire has its attractions no less than youth in a more serene and quieter life. But it is this very life of rest without sulilcient exercise that brines with it those disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in this "way. with accompanying symptoms of belchins:, drowsiness after eating, headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there fs difficulty of dipestinsr ven light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to find a ui table Tr.medy. First of all the advice may bo given that elderly people should not use alts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent purpatives. "What they need, women as well as men, is a. mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without firipinff. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition toxic THE STREETS OF NAPLES, i properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other remodles. Trustworthy people like A. B. Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newborn, Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., say they take it at regular intervals and in that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have .a bottle of it in the house. It is good for all the family. 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 homo free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St, Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. The Daily rips quarters all handicrafts and occupations are carried on out-o- f doors, and the streets are as busy as beehives, Tailors are seen at their work, and carvers of lava, tortoise shell and coral articles, makers of statuary, women sewing, cooking and performing all their domestic duties, men. women and children eating, sleeping, chattering, playing, singing, all in the open. There is no cessation to the uolso and bustle In the streets from early morning, when the tinkle of goat bells starts the day. until the evening, when countless mandolin players, wandering from bouse to house, from trattoria to cafe, "singiug for their supper'' of macaroni and red wine the famous old love songs of Naples and popular operatic airs. All day long' the rattle of wheels, the cracking of whips, the furious shouting of drivers, the jingle of the elaborately decorated harness, the cries of innumerable street hawkers, the playing of military bands as regiments march through the streets, fill the air with a not unpleasant and thoroughly Neapolitan din. American Travelers' Magazine. BREVITY They Are the Workshops of the People In the Poorer Quarters. The ancient city of Naples has always been more celebrated for its beauty' and Interest of Its surroundings than for its own attractiveuess or scenic advantages. The charm of Naples itself lies In its life the careless, open air life of its people, with much of It passed almost wholly" out of doors under the gaze of the passerby The Neapolitan is the most buoyant light hearted creature iu the world Mil. it must be added, about the most indolent. The streets are bright and moving pictures. Many of the people, men, women and children when these latter are not innocent of any clothing are garbed in strange and somewhat gaudy costume, with bright colored kerchiefs on their heads. In the poorer and more populous ir asx3a WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. J had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could njthelp me, but I was completely cured by COURIER -J- OURNAL HENRYJWATTERSON, Editor 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 Is a COURIER-JOURN- AL DR. KING'S IGGVi . 50c Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY j AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR 1 W ACnv'j l- s lis tj 9 &&? Attnetin to Eyes Special V And The i you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, am gical work done at fair price. well fixed to take care of stock. Mod ey due when work is done r twck removed from stables. -- 1 1 .' LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' REIISENCE. STREET. ONBURKSYILLE Adair County News 1 Oally Courier-Journ- al, Ir l, 18.00 ( Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic . Sunday v 5 Courier-Journa- Yr $210 h i Joseph H. Stone, Attoney-AMaw Q and is heartily supporting Wilson for the Wood-ro- w We can uive you a combination cut t t. Will practice in this and adjoining counftes. : wmm Jamstown, bwm aaa KestacKy APPRECIATED. i Japanese Courtesy Was a Bore to Both Oriental and Englishman. Oriental courtesy takes up a great deal of time and on that account Is not always appreciated iu western lauds, as is shown in the following extract from Yosliio Markino's book on Eng- llshwoman. "Miss .lolin Bull," iu which he says: "I used to live in Greenwich, and thence 1 attended to the Japanese na- val oflice in the morning, then to the night school of the Goldsmith institute. It was nearly 11 o'clock: every night when I arrived at my diggings. I was deadly tired. The landlord ask- ed me every evening: " "How were you getting on with your work today?' "I always answered him every small detail of my work at the oflice and the school. One 'day I said to ray land- lady: "'Why is your husband giving me You such a troublesome question? see, I often feel too tired to answer.' "She patted me and said: " 'My poor boy, you need not give him all Information of your work. It is our custom to say "How are you getting on?'' and if you "simply say "All right" that will be quite enough.' "The nest evening the old man put the same question to me. At first I rather hesitated because i thought such an abrupt answer might offend bim, but I got courage at last when I saw his wife giving me some sign iu shouted loudly, 'All right!' her eyes. To my surprise, the old man seemed more satisfied than to hear the details. "Since this event I began to Incline to have more friendship with John Buliesses than John Bulls!" 1 rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write tli is paper. 9Sg5KSV?X; wwwwiwa iwhk (aS'xSxic.')X5 jS(SisKi'i(S)?e(5 K S& 3 tV The campaign is on and if you want to keep .in touch with all the parties throughout the United States sub- scribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for $4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription. . I ' ie Adair County News and Weekly Cour ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Not I ' j i U. G. j BARDWIC1. ?, v ; We j f np tt rv B 3 .T 7 Pr. 7wsi KU J. H. C8CKE, CE V. Prts. IV R. H. DIETZMAN. i Sec J l r flic will of juuuiy ui. Ii WU At n n 'A RftHf H ft lit II IU P m. Vt i . if XL. . n Q a s n- x WrBVltHllVnir ( - rs w 2 U D. ,ouner lournal ? HENRY WATTHSSON I ' I I PUBLISHED j 1861 INCORPORATED ISS9 HIIHIBHIMIIIWH I III I.IIIIIIHBM Ullllll !! I lilllllli Illlll I I. Ml Ml Mil I.I WWII 1 I t ' I jWIIili WRIGHTS ft 1 mHCHEfllSTS N. DEALERS IN ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MUS. 1301 ' GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS THIKTeeNTft-MftJLOUISVILLE C Jf M j Editor. We CanlFurnish Yoa l AH 'Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscip Hon Books 4 J ' Sheet Iron and Tank Worh -. The Adair County Htwt andthe JOBBING WORK SOLICITED a'J-j Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid 'at once Chilling Prospect. It was in Lincolnshire, and the guard of the train at the precediug 5:nc:ion had boon attentive to a gen- tleman whose luggage e noticed was labeled to an out of the way little sta- tlon a few miles beyond. On reaching u ' ' i --A- ll Kinds of Machinery Repaired Weekly Courier-Journal i The Government ' Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year having carefully deposited the gentleman's traps on the platform in acknowledgment of a generous tp, solemnly grasped the donor's hand and feelingly shook it This unusual move raised the curiosity of the passenger, The Courier-Journ- a who asked the meaning of guard answered signilicantly: "Well, sir, you never can tell. I have begins to whine and Dog Talk With Tails. left several gentlemen such as you at this forsaken hole, but never picked j other dogs follow one up. Goodness only knows what According to Dr. Louis Robin- ments, waving their becomes of them, I don't" London Telegraph. son, an English scientist, dogs do those in front. The Adair County News and Daily Both One Year For $1.50 'it We' can also give liberal bark. The combination rate with Daily his movetails just as or Sunday Courier Journal. Write i Courier-Journ- al Com- - Fixing the Guilt. talk with their tails and every Following Tim, who wa following a some sort pair of horses, the owner of the farm wag has a meaning of noticed that the drills Tim bad been in the canine language. For inrunning out for potatoes were strangely We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week Cracked egs can be boiled i they are first wrapped in butterSalt water extinguishes fire ed paper and fastened with fine much more quickly than fresh. string. Before chopping Parsley wash it well and then squeeze dry in a Before putting currants or cloth. raisins into a cake rub them well To relieve a cough try sipping awineglassfulofhotmilkwitha in dry flour, and they will not sink to the bottom. teasDOonful of glycerine in it. Useful Hints. stance, in the case of all hunting "Tim," he said, "these drills are very dogs which travel in packs the t rooked." "Faith, theyt are now," assented Tim. tail is carried aloft and moves "but you should have seen them this very freely. There is no doubt mornin before th' sun warped them." that fox hounds always watch Stupid. the tails of the dogs in front of "I wish 1 was half as beautiful as Miss Brown," remarked the fair Edith them when on the trail. to Mr. Green. If the dog in the lead scents "Well, yon are, you know," replied the trail of a fox, even so slightGreen thoughtlessly. suddenly Then be wondered why she ly, he begins moving his tail, rose and left him. just a little, but enough to tell She Could Spend. dogs what he has disHe I am a millionaire. Haven't 1 the other money enough for both of ns? She As the trail grows covered. Yes, if you are moderate in your tastes. warmer he wags his tail faster New York Sun. and faster until, finally, when Mind Is the partial side of man. The close upon the hunted animal he heart Is everything- .- Klvarol. irregular. . jpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition desire, but be SUM to When he had carefully .exam. VOU your subscription order ined the shoes the physician had send brought in for repairs the Ger to this paper NOT to the man cobbler handed them back Courier Journal. saying: "Dem shoes ain't worth WorKed Both Ways. ! mending Doctor." f 'itt3SEUntfKJ59Efcfe39B5iBfi9iHSKMHKEfiBff2BEfi ''Very well, Hans," said the Doctor, "then of course I won't have anything done to them." "Veil, but I sharge you feefty cents already yet." "Why what for?" "Vy, when I came to see you de udder day you sharge me dree dollars for telling me dot dere vas noddings de matter mitme.4" Bitters etne "1 was suffering from pain in my stomach, bead ana bacK, ' writes 11. Made A New Pflan Of Him. T. Alston, Raleich. N. CV "aad my liver andkidneys did not work right, out lour Domes or jidecinc joiuera made me fee? J'ke a new man. PRICE SO CTS. kt ALL DRUG STORES. THE A.DAIR COUNTY NEWS Short Slops. Don't Suffer! " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no not taken down, until March, when I Farm MAKING A FARM . GATE. CjaLfden Here's One That Has Been Found to Work Very Satisfactorily. We have two wagon gates through which we must pass very often often a dozen or more, times every day says a correspondent of Home and Farm. The boys live on one hill and the old folks on the other, and between the two places is a cow pasture three-quar- ters of a mile loug, part woodland and part cleared land. To get down and unfasten these gates at every such passing would be a great deal of trouble and in the run of a year would take time enough to do lots of other work. So it has been arranged to avoid this. IJoth gates are hung to nnon fmvnrf? n flint n cnw linrvn rtr mule cannot push it open, and ire hung so they will fall shut of then-owaccord. They are .both light, one be ing made of three 3 by 4 bars, so thoy will not pound themselves to pieces. Itis no trouble at :iii to pass through, even with a led hor.,e. and there is n Among the bumper crops this year is that of the aviators. No matter how good a cigar may be. it is sure to meet its t better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework. - match. A contemporary says "there is big money in nuts." Also a few worms. t That woman's views on th prese nt style of hairdressing are despite th e attacks ef critics, emphatically Some nervous people are say ing that thewar in sontheastern Europe is a sign of the approa- ching end of the world, but the landlords are asking for their! rat-ified. ' THE LOUISVILLE i TIMES rent just the same. '! j TAKE wARDU I Woman's Tonic jhe You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, ; i that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Write to: Lrdics Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Cliattanooja, Tenn., m ""-- noas hwukui iu for Special Instructions, anac-pascuoo- All the average man needs in A hotel keeper is going to, FOR 1913 order to say something foolish is raise diamond-backe- d terrapin in an audience. his own hotel. How fish stories ' BRIGHTER, BETTER, , .. , Gentlemen who are planning do multiply, and they don t have BIGGER THAN EVER rnicp whislforc fw flm urinfov to he verv ingenious to themselves publish, either. would better begin. THE REGULAR PRICE OF That the new side whiskers Having somebody to blame things on is one of the grea test. must curl out in front is the Iat- - I Hi-- LUU1JWL.LL T1MF ft! ,1111 .. ., . .. . . . esc miormation on that lmpor- ot modern conveniences. f t-o-ei ! . m I i notice that wars al- - tanfc subject. Perhaps for use sweePers when hunting for ways break out in 'countries with ' thv nnUnr hurtnnW tha horl unpronounceable names? Do you j : i ?5.00 IF YOU WILL A YEAR. YOUR ORBf SEND 3V " is a poor sportsman who Fighting the Chinch 8u ;.cannoL return with nis usual bagj ; i It With Fire. TO OS, YOU CAN GET ggjgg i X js 7K Now is me lime a I rp ft ' i If you want to keep posted dur ing the year 1913 subscribe for the Courier Journal and Adair County News. ac WS six (T) i tn j $1.50 NIX vjy j t i 7i One Dollar and Fifty Centsgets The News and the Weekly iN V 11'. Courier Journal One Year n i 7t Tin NI y Louisville Times and News 7& is $4.5,0 aeesaoieKi Russell Creek. I eKv-)- K 7K the farmers are through stripping their tobacco in this locality. Born to the wife of Sam Smith on the 2nd. a son. Mother and baby are getting along fine, and Most of Sam is all smiles. Mr. and Bob Smith's littie son Wyatt, who has been dangerous-sick- , is better at this writing. Brother Luther Young arrived last Saturday night to be.at the Smith were through this part of the country engaging turkeys at 13 cents per pound There were 5 big loads of to bacco hauled over the new bridge' to Greensburg, last Thursday, while the creek vas so high. Wheat is looking very bad in this part of the cou try now. Bird hunters have been scarce this part of the wintry. Ev- ery body has been making good lime getting in their crops and winter wood while the weather was fine. 'I The chinch bug cost the State TV ABAin Another indictment against, 0f u approximately liliL nuriiEi vUU!i ft Missouri, the fly. It is no-.- discovered 5,000,0X) this year. Unless NEWS that it carries the eggs of the immediate steps are taken to de- , hookworm. stroy the swarms which are liv- AND ' That Missouri hen that has ing over during the winter this -- SH IRC. f laid 260 eggs in 11 months is loss ill be greatly increased' THE L0U1SV1LEE showing the other hens of the next year. ' Between now and December , country something. TIMES . all meadows, pastures, roads, , A New York girl forgot she waste lands and other fields, BOTH ONE YEAR was married, but what is a little which are heavily overgrown, thing like matrimony to a New GOOD FAHil GATE. should be carefully examined fort York girl? FOR ONLY VarrpAnt- cni(;finfinn tllfl itt the hibernating chinch bugs. gate will be sure to shut it&elf and re A Connecticut millionaire has Those fields near wheat aud corn- quire no further thought" But there THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Is there no one difficulty which no doubt occurs to married a milliner. fields which were infested last the reader's mind. Will not the wind way to stop this reckless con prin- summer should be examined the best afternoon Paper blow it open aud let stock Into the cornfields? Yes, it will. And that is centration of wealth? with special care. The insects iL9d anywhere. the point of this letter. Over one-haof the world's hide deep down in clumps of j One of the gates has a woodland to ' Has the best corps of corres protect it from such an occurrence. production of tin is consumed in grass, under leaves and rubbish Only a very severe wind from the east will affect it in the least. Only since this country. This is indeed a and in many cases their presence Pn(lents- a strip was cut through for a telephone good deal of a country. can be detected from the disa-- j line has such a thing occurred at all Covers the Kentucky field per- Balloon racing deserves great- greeable odor of the crushed! The other one, however, is easily afs fectly fected by a wind from the west, a er popularity, as the skidding on bugs, even before one finds them body of woodland of very dense ' Covers the eneral nevvs fiel6 growth deflecting even a north wind the hairpin curves is therein re- in their hiding places. against it. But we have solved even Wherever they are found, the completely. that problem with what we call a duced to a minimum. wind latch. A champion football player ap- - fields should be burned over im-- . A niece of inch board G by 12 inches Has the best and fullest max . r A.l nnlnL ft r iit'sx tlinn iu is !...! inmiueu 4a iuluum. u i'nu--- i ui suuc jjcqio ijuite ao srn s v eoaciiLiai uu nm mediately and careiully so thatt inch hole is tjorea end. A kets reports. edgewise near the other end. A seven progress of higher education as every possible shelter will be deinch spike is put through and driven an endowed chair of philosophy. stroyed. The wind should not DEMOCRATIC in politics, bm an inch into the post against which be too strong so that the heat Corrct the gate strikes, near the top of the j 1 ir (if lie i i fair to everybody. post, on the outside, so it hangs down will penetrate down into the great thing, but the truly clear of the barb wires of which the fence is made. gry man will say ' yQUg JUBSCkIP- to clumps of srass and make , L1111.U iii.ut.i wi 111:11, iiu ifii;iu clean job. Farmers should co long is driven sidewlse and on the "e waitress when he wants west side, near the top of this board, prunes, operate in over all pubHON RIGHT AWAY or "wing," as we call it. A ring, or lic highways and railroad loop, is turned in the free end, from A bumper tobacco cron also rVt-lr vi 1tn ittn 4rl Init'ii- - wil1 in the infested regions, raake it: harder than USUal to ward to near the middle" of the gate. Rule 3. Give me more than where it connect with the hitch break off that smoking habit with careful, systematic burning pay you more proper of all harboring places in the fall, I expect and I'll It .1 cni.ill 1VU, flirt ai.Z VI ctv- - next year when January rolls .i Tliie 111411 ' than you expect. till" ivt nf Xllir I can afford t a imige per cent uie 1.1... liiiiiiuus penny nail, and it passes thmusli a around. tue ,:!: y ' your pay if yqu Inch hole, bored down of hibernating bug will be kined to increase grain through a sis inch board. The Now that they are shooting the Heat 'directly and many crease m' m'ont and the wire from the whig is connect- - 1UCKS trom aeroplanes, we shall more left exposed to the winter. Rule 4. You owe so much to ed with it The eastern end is next hear that aviator sportsmen directly downward, aow. when the . After each and every farmer has yourself that you can't afford to wind blows hard enough t cause the are using skye terriers for done all he can to destroy the-- , owe anybody else. Keep out of to open it will raise the wing, tnevers and that will throw the eastern end of pest during the winter, the fight debt or keep out of my shop. this rod so a to ah h the gate. It will be tough luck for the will be well enough started so Like nearly all our gates, this one is Rule 5. Dishonesty is never an swuii!.' to :i tree, with the upper hinge Victims of rheumatism if the de- - that, if taken up in time next the ground. The wind partment of agriculture nine feci succeeds summer, the injury from the accident. Good men, like good often causes this tree to sway back women, can see temptation when and forlh. but this latch always in making, all American bees pe?ts may be greatly reduced. catches the sate in spite of such they meet it. still B"!less. L. Haseman. Missouri Agricul An English lit.pmrv vicitnr Viae' tural Experiment Station. kj xJSAj,ij,jV'J'KvH)xjr Rale 6. Mind your business TWO GOOD THINGS. declared that Chicago is a"pure" . .. and in time you'll have a busi- 1 ? city, and at last accounts he had! Tljt...0 should 1)e a f.lPlue ness of your own to mind. How to Bankrupt the Doctors A, club in every neighborhood, anil nou been sandbagged bv any A proras'icMt Xew York physician, there should be the best of farm .. XT ri t101'Kei' sas, "If it were not for the thin' Rule 7. Don do anything nnnms In- o"orv homo. And brain l ,iNe .. .. .. .. stockings and thin sold shoes worn hy here which hurts your respect, as "well as brawn must be used . .... A man married 11 timos, can- - women the doctors would probably be by the one who would succeed. J' at J rf .bankrupt.." When ou contract a1 "" s not lemember the names of two . . MOt vvult for it to devolop llllo sceal lor me is capable of steal- fl tof his wives. But probablvhe pneumonia our,..treat it at once. xnnam-- , . Jn b from me Pinfeathers. Remedy is iutended, can remember some of the things berlaiu's Coujih colds, and a- of 'mistaken-for-deer- " guides. "sk r8 ,Tur j ! Cfl w j w i 1 i $4.50. is- - ; ; lf j i I i , X 1 - i i - " - 1 4V X. three-eiurhth- s 1 1 hun-proon- s" i- - 11 aj) ys bu-ni- ng right-of-wa- i I ; 1 ! 41 three-eighth- s in-b- t ' re-ga- te t , , i ! jjV;-5,;i"'- t j . ' , i C ..- -- , . m - i ""' - Some good poultrj man think by they said to him. feedlnir sittiiur hens in the morninc invention of they are more apt to remain . The ly on their nests all day Mil bring down from tiie rest of the tiock and kept from There a gun that an aeroplane geous as exposure to dampness. t bedside of his little nephew from Mr. Bill Hood, one of our besti tuat is' "t Iueant the occasional ex Now the st fa running to ; ,' posure to the rain, but living continu- Lexington. young men, who has been m ally in damp places. widows. We have the 'merry," Mr. Frank Shepherd sold his Buffalohart, 111., a year, sur- - une cannot ieeu neus uareiy euougn hf winsoniH' ind rh red" to keep them alive aud then expect . crop of Tobacco to Mr. Keltner by eggs from them. It has also been varieties iu consider. Which re- proved that some kinds of foods will for $8.00 per round: stepping in on them last Thurs- - produce more eggs than other kinds, calls Tony Weller's celebrated ' ad vice t0 SamiveK Mrs. John R Cundiff is on the day morning. Every body was . boT or Same! rejoiced to see Bill come back to J esh- - a certnln, amouut of fat (needful ,A pennsyiVania- bo , trying to Bicklist this week conserve animal heat) and..a surplus to be turned into eggs. Riu a aog, snoc a woman's rat.7' Messrs. James and Ingram Old Kentucky. , nothing so injurious to not cuiekeus- - turkeys, ducks geese and pi- - sure thJni? 15y ' , SX is S '"'' j of 5,000 feet is But the reason is stated for anticipating a a height especially for ooiifrlis and won a wide reputation'by its cures of most effectual, these diseases. and is pleasant, and safe to take. For j sate by all dealers I Ruje 5. 83 Itis It's none of my busi- what you do at night, but j ! if dissipation affects what you do the nex6;day, and you do half as much as I demand, you last half as long as you hoped, An Employers Suggestion i j ; i j jJ - J . Rule 8. Don't tell me what Rule 1. Don't lie it wastes I'd like to hear but what I ought my time and yours. I'm sure to to hear. 1 don't want a wallet catch you in the end, and that's to my vanity, but I need one for the wrong end. my dollars. Rule 2. Watch your work not, Rule 10. Don't kick if if the clock. A long days work you're worth while keeping, I makes a long day short, add a don't waste time cutting species short day's work make3 my face ' out of rotten apples. long. -- ? , riT aR.'".' . fiL-- J r- . ,.-.- 8 : THE ADAIRSCOUNTY NEWS Gradyville. Obituary. We have had plenty of ice this I'CTeek. , Mike Winfrey, of Columbia, was with us a day or so of last week. Uncle Buck Cook lost one of 'his horses last week. ? Mrs. Mary L, Dulin continues in a.very critcal condition. Mr. J. D. Walker, of Columbia, spent several days of last week on his farm. Pangburn and wife have almost recovered from their sudden attack of poison-ng- 2 Rev. G. W. Mr. S. A. Harper returned from Highland Park last nesday. Wed- On Dec. 12, 1912, God in his wisdom sent his spirit down and claimed for its own Mr. Robert Willis. Mr. Willis, was born in Adair county Aug. 20th, 1856. He lived about a half a mile west of Joppa, Ky. In 1894 he professed hope in Christ and united with the Pleasant Grove Baptist Ky., Church at Montpelier, where he lived a devoted christian life until the end came. He was also a deacon of that church. There is a vacant chair in the hmoe that can never be filled. He leaves a wife, four daughters, one son, three and one sister and a host of friends to mourn his loss. sons-in-law and good neighbor. Mr. John Conover has just completed the recovering of his - ."" feed barn. Misses Mabel and Irene Mur-rellfCraycraft, visited at the home of Misses Lena and Elva Murrell Saturday night and Sun'- - of ATTENTION FARMERS and TIMBERMEN Until further notice, we will pay the the following prices for SPLIT SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair County, day. Miss Allye Garnett who teach- ers near Sparksville, spent Saturday night and Sunday with her HICKORY and OAK parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gar- Kentucky. nett. Bob Willis, of color, who has been feeble for the past three or four years is in a very low state of health at present. Local Market. To-day. Split Hickory Spokes 30in. Long Price per M Pieces On Heart 1 Depth x 1 Length 30 in. A&B $14.00 12.00 18.00 i in. in. in. in. in. in. 15"in. l 13 in. 20 8 8 8 13 x X X X X 1 26 26 26 in. in. in. . C 8.00 6.00 10.00 Eggs...,. Hens Chickens Cocks If 2 1 in. in. in. 2 2 30 in. 30 in. D $6.00 . 5.00 7.00 2J 16.00 35.00 9.00 18.00 15.00 6.00 We would say to the children 21 in. 28.00 Mr. Gus Jeffries, of Knifley, their dear father has departed from them, the dear one whom they love so well has gone from earth to heaven there in Peace he shall dwell forever. Before he died he said, I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the Turkeys.. Geese. Wool .. . All wanted 30 in long, shorter lengthstaken only to save timber is spent a few days in our town, hands with his many friends last week. shaking Mr. W. P. Flowers has been on the sick list for several days with a complication of diseases. We are glad to note that uncle George Flowers who has been confined to his room for the past ttwoor three months is able to be out in town again. Ducks..., spring clipping. Hides (green) Feathers Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Root May Apple (per lb) 6 7 "21 12 All spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or ShellBark Hichory, Spokes that are brash, also containing defects such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. 45 5 50 25 3 25 2 These Spokes must be full in length and the 30 in. be classed as 26 in. or culled, depending on size. All Spokes too small for 1 wanted. All Spokes smaller than Ig x If x 30 in. long will x1 x 26 in. will be classed at the price of "C" grade of this size or culled. Split Second Growth White Oak Spokes, 30 in hong On Heart 2 2 in- - faith. Depth x Length ' A&B C Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness. Sec. Timothy fourth chapter and seventh and eighth verses. The funeral was "conducted by Judge N. H. Moss, of Colum-biwas seeing after his farming Eld. Lasley at the old brick interest in this community one church at Zion. Afterward his body was laid to rest in the Wilday last, week. 13, at three Mr. S. A. lis graveyaad, Dec. 'We understand aj 3 in. in. in Second DENTAL OFI'ICE in. x 3J 30 in. 30 in. Dr. James Triplett DENTIST The A and B grade Growth White Oak Spokes will admit of one-thir- $30.00 $12.00 45.00 20.00 one third or'Iess sap timber in sizes 2 x 3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free from all other defects, tough and heavy. NFXTTO POST OFFICE The C grade takes in Spokes that are more than Second Growth White Oak, showing a good growth. d Sap timber, but both grades must be' split fi rom Columbia, Ky. RES) PHONE 20. OFFICE PHONE OS Don't Split Brash Timber Into Spokes, as we cannot use them. Spokes that are brash, also pieces containing worm holes, knots, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. "Harper is thinking of moving to o'clock. Highland Park where he has a 'We wolild say to the wife and nice position, and will be in the children we know your husband middle of a good school for his and father will wait for thee on that Mrs. Susie Vaughan, children. Mr. W. L. Grady, the well- - the other shore, D and sadness shall come no more. Boru, to the wife of Bobert J. May the divine father's love rest Pentecost, Jr., (nee Miss Pear) Breed'known stock man of this place, ing) of Winder, Ga , Dec. 9 1912, a girl, upon them all. will leave in a few days for III- Rltchey Breeding. Mary L. Miller. Committee. nois where he will spend several Mary S. Wade. ( John Coomer and Ulysses Scott, days visiting his relatives and who were lodged in jail, charged with viewing the country. extortion, bonded a few days ago for Zion. their appearence at January circuit n Mr. T. A. Furkin, the court. merchant of Cane Valley, Profs. R. O. Cabbell and Elva The two poultry companies at Cane was in our midst one day last Jones, will sing at Zion the 5th Valley started, on foot, last Wednesweek and reports business good Sunday afternoon Everybody in- day six hundred turkeys to market. in his section and that all of his vited to come out and take.,a Rural Cabb'ell is now, engaged in instructing a class in vocal music at merchants have a good bussiness. part. Cane Valley- Mr. C. C. Hindman, one of MrE. J. B. Montgomery, of A three year old daughter of Frank Big creeks best farmers was in Ozark, was visiting, Mrs. A. O. andEm'erline Wilson, Sparksville, died our. town one day last week and Young last Wednesday' . ... last week. ',. '. .reported the farmers on the Willis,- - who has, Mrs. Fannie go to creek almost through gathering been visiting friends and rela- & For Christmas suppUes, large Neil Taylor. They have a stock corn, and that corn was as good tives in IVJo. the past three of candies, toys, etc Prices close. ' i as they expected, however they months returned home last week IS". V.Tutt sold Fayette Davis a had something like an average Mrs. G. E. Powell, slowly con- combined horse, a good one, last Tuescrop. Mr. Hindman informed tinues to improve. day, for $150 us, that there was a fine mast in Mrs. John Conover, and sister, In the last ten days twelve or fifhis section and that he had some Miss Effie, visited their sister, teen ,young men, who live in Adair and Russell counties, have returned fifty or sixty head of hogs taking Dohoney, Saturday well-know. All Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. late Attis Vaughan, died in Texas last week. Her remains were brought to Jamestown for interment. She was a daughter of Green B. Selby, who died many years ago. Mrs. Vaughan was most excellent lady. She leaves where sorrow one a child, a daughter, who is grown. E. G. Wethington, Mgr. widow of the Will Commence Receiving the 10th of October. For further particulars call on or address, THE ADAIR SPOKE EVERYTHING IN CO. Columbia, Ky. Q. P. SMYTHE for PIRE INSURANCE and REAL HOOFING J ESTATE D0N'vT BUY BOTTLED PROMISES Newbro's Herpicido la Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. itll'-U'T Bottled Results ,f .Results What You' Want .A feeling1 of uncertainty, a dread of possiblo disappointment always fjoes with an "off brand" hair preparation. That is part of the purchase, just as much so as the label on the bottle. You doa't Ret this with t. ""? ucipiuuc. it 13 iiuu un experiment. You num. .. ,,.-,- ., -- l..v VtiGY Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated -- GO- - ' I 12-- 1 IG Eaal Matkct Street, Between First and Brook 6-- 2t fc Louisville, Ky. C9- """ .same. John HolladaV, Saturday night. Mr. Jack Dudley, of Glens-forwas 'through this part Wednesday looking after cattle. Prof. R. O. Cabbell, this place, will take up a class in vocal at Cane Valley Friday night, December 13th. Miss Eula Morris, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Lula Moss, of Greensburg, has returned home who Miss Mattye Young, teaches school near Sparksville, Married on the 12, at the brides spent Friday night and Saturday fbrother's, Miss Lula Tarter to with her parenta, Mr. ands Mra. .Mr. Dora 'Kemp. Rev G. W. John Young. .'Pangburn pronounced the Mr. Bud Baily, of Knifley, Has We understand after the removed to Mrs. Harriett Ann ceremonv a bountiful repast was Morris residdnce vacated by served and the evening delight- Mr. Jim Young, who has moved fully spent The newly married to his father's farm near Gad- couple will reside in the Pickett berry. We hate to give Mr. Chapel' community. Young ' up as he is a fine fellow. . k, Quite a number of wagons welMoaded with tobacco passed through our place last week en route for the loose leaf tobacco ware house at Greensburg. . So far ss we have learned those that have sold their tobacco on that market are highly pleased with weights and prices. The only trouble that can possibly arise is that their capacity for the accomomdation of so. large a patronage is not great enough-- . The company will be compelled to broaden out and build larger, and be ready to accommodate their many customers in one days 4ime after their arrival any way. Mrs. Richard from Illinois. Iu the spring they night and Sunday and attended went out to farm, but when cold weather set in they returned to the, the revival at Tabor. big Kentucky roaring lires. ,Mr. Jesse Murrell, of Garlin, In order tlit the News force may was the pleasant guest of Mr. take a little Christmas, the paper will 5JJ'!'-'- - - 12. ggareaggg l""" lW M am ances and friends bun dreds rho have used tlerpicide with satisfaction and you know that you can do the same. always The results-a- re positive, always right. We guarantee satis faction to ail purchasers of a one dollar size botUe. ' I ttc3 xjm au KSH&& iWmCx nfrdfi nw m 87 KWiA afl. Bk : 73m J, maK' gBB?,! 1a Utr.. &t "jSP m t& saP' OHrJ HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool en Commission. Write for price- list mentioning this ad. AND HIDKS Established, 1337 louisville.ky. Courier-Journ- al vfc v PAULL DRUG CO. la. H. be published next week on Monday. Our correspondents will please send in their letters this week and send them fll E. dories The Adair County News, and Both One Year for $1.59. Jones early All kinds of Candy and fresh fruits can be found at. Press Millers. Jones 9 & Jones $ i4 Veterinary Surgeon and Duntiat years Kperince bpecia' attention ! m, lsj LJP.I 1" W&l SfcTl t SB RW"1 w M fe TV fCJ cv 1& VS. sSwyiatffi t K3! &i ra& Qi vwnsciizxs ti fed ;f' tM ii given to Surgical an.j Ofiice &3 arc Bargain Days Vntstl work. School N. at o-- Hr ;t:.de; ' ' building NO 7. iWraPrroe&ToYca St Hy Iipssm OU G W. Tanner. Otticy Actorney-P.t-Iaa- tu Clearance Saks in every Department of oar Big Store are the order and price Concessions hold sway If in need of . Rugs, - Carpets, and linoleum GUTS ARE SLLPLKSS BY TH3 TERRIBLE ITCH31 AD Li JCZA VrOP" FAYS ah Ills' TJRAliLE.' WHOSE 2; I ING. LET TIE- - TVi0 snrrER- T1IJ TuaTfc.x.SX3F' , are Wil' practice in all the Courts Columbia, r Ky. 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