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" 7 TFRPIRI F iLnniULL be ulted in death, and as they had statement of the Ownership, Imposing Ceremonies. n va Citizen. .. journeyed together here in a life that- r. IUICUIU1I, n Mail. dUCUlCMI, 111 Lit.. wnc nno errand WIIIWV cnncr fcJV tvnillri W Ill0 WUW W.MWM, ovoaf OU..C., en ..v Last Wednesday afternoon Mr. T. Last Thursday afternoon at 3:30 they journey together in the home beo'clock, the corner stone of the Bap36. Any person living on or near W. Thompson, wi0 was n in. ife Crazed Over Death of Hus- yond the stars? Or did a husband's Of the Adair County News published tist church, now in course of construe any star, and not within the corporate Adair county, die! near Cave City, . death intensify her illness and de- weekly at Columbia, Ky., required by tion, was laid with imposing ceremo- limits of any city or village or within Barren county. lie was about seven- - . band Kills Self and Child. Most the Act of August 24, 1912. throne her mind completely? e SO rods of any post office, who desires years old, nd was a gallant nies. likely this. Yet as no one can search Note This statement is to be made The pastor, Rev. O. P. Bush, took his mail deposited at a given point on soldier in the ConfeCerate army, servout the process of the mind; say what in duplicate, both copies to be deliverof the the line of the route by the carrier on ing under Morgan. (Richmond Climax.) wild music may sweep across the ed by the publisher to the the post- the lead, giving a short history He was fol- said route may provide and erect a nis citizenship in Alair county was, Since Sunday night a cloud of sor human heart strings, or know the master, who will send one copy to the laying of corner stones. , lowed bv Eld. Z. T. Williams, of the suitable box or crane on the readside, mostly spent near but. for row has hung like a pall over our lit- agonies of a stormtossed soul, let no Third Assistant Postmaster General J. S. Chand- located in such manner as to be reach- several years he lived in Columbia,, Christian church, Rev. afone sit in judgment on her, whose life (Division of Classification,) Washingtle city. About five o'clock that Rev. ed as conveniently as practicable by and was highly respected. ternoon news was received of the whiter than the whitest foam on ton, D. C, and retain the other in the ler of the Methodist Church and Frederick Hamilton, pastor of the the carrier without dismounting from The funeral and burial look place at death of Mr. B. L. Banks. It came as snowv ocean tossed, floated out in a files of the dost office. Presbyterian church. All the minis- the vehicle or horse, and such person Cave City last Friday, where the de a shock, as but few knew of his ab- crimson sea. While the tragedy was NA3IE OF I'. O. ADDKESS ters spoke impressively of the time shall file with with the postmaster at ceased had visited for seveiil months. sence from the city and none had being enacted snow flakes were falling Mr. Thompson, if we are correctly-informed- , Columbia, Ky. honored custom. Mr. C. S. Harris the post office to which his mail is adheard of his illness. Worn out with as though heaven itself would throw Editor, C. S. Harris, " followed the speakers and read a short dressed (which shall be one or both " was a native of Metcalfe anxiety over his wife's long continued a white mantle of charity over the Mgr. Ed., C S. Harris, " " history of the work of the Baptist of the two post offices on the route on county. A short time ago he was Bus. Mgr., C. S. Harris, ill health, he left Wednesday evening scene, and in every human heart there Church in Columbia, the buildingnow either side of and next to the box or granted a Confederate pension. for a short visit for recuperation at are love and tears, only tears and love Pub. The Adair County News C, Columbia, Ky. irohur up being the third, when com crane) a request in writing for the dethe home of his parents at Cane Val- for those unfortunate ones who in life give pleted, on the same site. After the livery of his mail to the carrier on the Editor Harris Wins. Owners (If a corporation, ley, Adair county. He was really a were beloved by all. reading of this paper, Rev. Bush enum- route for deposit at the designated names and addresses of stockholders sick man when he left Richmond, and holding one per cent or more of total erated all the articles that would be point, at the risk of the addressee. a upon reaching his father's home, was Wanted--Position. What is called luck comes to but 37. It shall be the duty of the post placed in the vault, the Holy Bible, amount of stock ) immediately taken down with pneufew, but it is all right so long as tha Columbia, Ky. Church record, the present member- master at every such post office, upon C. S. Harris, monia and rapidly grew worse until " ship, the Baptist Recorder, the Bab-ti- a written order from any person living News man is one of the few. It hap-aHaving decided to quit my present Mrs. C. S. Ilarrs, death came to him about noon Sun he " " World, the Russell Creek Baptist, on or near the route, to deliver to the pened this way. A few days occupation, I now seek other employ- W. E. Harris, day. dropped into the grocery store of the Known bondholders, mortgagees, The Adair County News, a few coins, proper mail carrier for that route any The shock to his friends here of his ment. I can clerk in a store, paint, write for a newspaper. I have also and other security holders, holding 1 etc, etc. These articles were sealed in mail matter placing in the respective enterprising firm of Flowers & Beck, death announcement had not spent when he was invited to bu a 10 cent itself when another and more heart- had 6 years experience in circuit per cent or more of total amount of a small tin box presented by Horace satchels, where such are used, the box of candy, and take a draw on a rending one came in the announce- clerk's duties. Write left handed, but bonds, mortgages, or other securities: and Marvin Walker, then placed m mail for the persons to whom such $7 cake. He did so, hitting the lucky papftr the vault, the corner stonejSbeirig satchels belong with instructions as a ment that his wife, unable to bear the can do lots of things with both hands, (If additional space is needed, thissheet of form) may be attached to placed by Mr. Lonnie Sims, the brick to the proper mail box or crane at number with one movement of the of no law Using a penTiolent shock of her husband's death, though I know copies of each is- foreman and Mr. J. C. Miller, the con- which said mail matter shall be de- pencil. Said cake was baked by Mrs. Average number of had taken the life of herself and little alty against a person who happened to sue of this publication sold or distribuposited; but registered mail shall not S. W. Beck, and was made out of self-rision the tractor. son. About 9:30 o'clock Sunday night, be bom with the right hand Hour sold by this firm. ted, through the mails or otherwise, All the denominations in Columbia be so delivered unless expressly re Mrs. Banks at her home on West leftside. Am 37 single, and always to paid subscribers during the six It is needless to speak of the cake, all were represented in listening to the quested by the addressee in his writ Main street, contemplating her own shall be. Have worked for a living How-mucmy life, and expect to continue to do months preceeding the date of this ceremonies, good feeling pervading, ten order. No mail matter so deliver for it cannot be surpassed. death, and with mother love swelling real joy was experienced when statement. (This information is re- and many best wishes were expressed ed to a carrier shall be carried past in her breast, was unwilling to leave so. No prospects of falling heir to quired from daily newspapers only.) it was served, and just how long it References furnished for the continued prosperity of the another post office on the route be her child, little Ben, eleven 3 ears of any thing. C. S. Harris. fore being deposited into a mail box or lasted, does not concern the public. Baptist people in this town. should any be required Terms will be age, to light the battle of life alone. (Signature of editor. Pub. . Hus. Mgr.. or owner.) is perfect in its composihung on a crane or post. With a deadly weapon she sent a ball made to suit conditions under which Sworn to and subscribed before me tion, and any lady can make a cake 33. The carrier will be required to Big Cattle Deal. through his temples and immediately employment is accepted. this 5th day of November, 1912. receive from any postmaster on the that will bring joy to the little ones. Fred McLean. ended her own life in the same manseal: Bruce Montgomery, route any mail matter or private mail ner. She lived only a few minutes, Notary Public. Adair County, Ky. Have you License? One of the largest deals ever New Dormitory. satchel that may be intrusted to him, Building of a My commission expires Jan. 29, 1916. not speaking a word, after her broth Central Kentucky was outside of the usual mail bag, and er, Mr. Alex Cornelison, reached her Section 34 of the fish and game laws made this week when Mr. Monte Fox shall carry such mail matter or private Trading in Mill Circles. bedside, rushing as quickly as possible We have been asked frequently in purchased of T. W. and II?,rvey Brock, mail satchel to and deposit it into the is as follows: Any person who hunts from a down stairs room. Little Ben the last few weeks whether means of Winchester, 443 extra fancy cattle. proper mail box or hang the satchel in this State without first obtaining lived two hours or more, but was nev- sufficient had been raised for the new steadily They averaged over 1,465 pounds and on the proper mail crane placed on the license permitting him or her to do so, Sandusky Bros., who have er conscious. Medical aid was quickly brick dormitory at the Lindsey-Wilsoper hundred. Some of line of the route for this purpose; also or any person who lends or transfers and constantly added to their planing brought in attendance, but of no avail. It In answer, will state that mill business the equipments neces- them were shipped the first of the to collect the mail from the boxes his or her license to another upon conwas too late. the erection of the building is assured; enterprise, re- week and the remainder will go to- (when a signal is displayed to indicate victions shall be punished by a fine Mr. Banks was 4(3 years ot age, had that more than five thousand dollars sary for a progressive saw mill outfit morrow. that a box contains mail to be taken) of not less than $30, no more than been a resident, in this city about 15 has been made up apd that the re- cently purchased the & Al- and to deposit the same in the next 5200, to which may be added imprisonMr. Fox also bought of Brock beyears and a member of the firm of mainder will be forthcoming. It is from Mr. Geo. Stevenson, thus possession of lumber-makin- g len 200 cattle averaging in the neigh- post office at which he arrives; and to ment in the county jail 30 days. , Covington & Banks, clothiers and also our information that Mr. Sims, coming in full machinery in the town, both borhood of 1,476 at $7.50 per hundred, take the mail satchel, where one is These cases will not be tried in county-courtsmen's furnishing goods, since January, the brick man, has been notified to but will be tried in circuit deal Mr. delivery to be made next week. A used, either with or Avithout mail, 1901 This firm has been one of the make preparations for burning thel rough and dressed. In this simply left a vast sum of money is envolved in the from the mail crane or post and carry courts most prosperous ever doing business in brick, in the early spring, and by the Stevenson is purely andconflicting in- deal as there is about $75,000 to exT. I. Smith, Game Warden. it to the next post office; such service this city. A few montlis after engag- next September opening the princi- miller with no outside Bros., occupy change hands. Both are very tine by the carrier to be without charge to Sandusky ing in business here Mr. Banks was pals of the school hope tc have the terests, and New Church Building. the same position in their line of bus- strings of cattle and they will be ship- the peraons sending or receiving the married to Miss Pattie Cornelison, a dormitory ready for occupancy. This ped to New York. Mr Fox is one of mail- deal is anson blessing the union. Mr. Banks building will be exclusively for boys iness. Accompanying this buyers in the State 39. The small bag or satchel above Re A. Whicten, pastor of the important one to both parties, the other was buried yesterday at his old home, and 3Toung men. made au unusually large num- mentioned, as well as the box or crane, United Brethern Church, is perfecting will evidently prove profitable to and has and Cane Valley, at his own request. The both sides, is the fact that Sandusky ber of purchases in the last few must be provided by the person for arrangements where by the organizafollowing letter received by his partHeld Without Bail. whose use it is intended, without ex- tion will have a house in which to Bros., will, at ail early date, furnish months. Danville Advocate. ner serves to show that in his last hour pense to the department. worship, in this town, in a very few plant to operate the power from their he knew his serious condition, and For Rent. 40. The depratment does not pre- months. The concrete wall for the fixtures mill. The also shows his solicitude for his boy. Ches. Pendleton, who shot and Mr. Stevenson's scribe any particular design ot box basement will be completed this week. and pipe are now Joeing placed for this The same mail also brought a letter killed A. J. Franklin, deputy sheriff purpose. This move is one that means Six room house, garden, and good or satchel to be used for this service, Lumber is being hauled to the site, to his wife and boy. of Metcalfe county, and who surrendbut the person providing either should and when all the material has been good to the people of this section, as orchard, one-hal- f mile from court ered to the authorities ten days ago, (IIEUE FOLLOWS THE LETTEK.) truly as to the parties directly in- house, Columbia, Ky. Also about 40 see that it is of such character as to delivered the building will be rapidly-pushewas given an examining trial last week afford ample protection to his mail. "Dear Mr. Covington: Is to completion.' volved, for there is not sufficient bus- acres of good land for corn. Call First 41. A patron desiring the collection on Jamestown street, It located Lying flat of my back trying to and was held without bail. It is said iness for a healthy divide, opposite the EdNational Bank or G. W. Dillon, Breed of mail from his box should inform write. Please send by parcel post 3 that he will be removed from the the sesidence oo Mr. J. O. Russell. Breeding. Ky. Outing Cloth night shirts, not the monton jail, for safe keeping. It is carrier of the signal adopted by which For Sale. venue heaviest kind. I was stricken with also thought that a change of the presence of mail in the box for I will open my exchange about the will be asked and that Pendleton will Died at Liberty. first of December. It will be in the pneumonia yesterday and have suffercollection will be indicated. county. Pendleton Farm of 105 acres lying 2 miles west 42. The law provides that every old school building, near the Grin-ste- ad ed greatly since, but am making the be tried in another poultry house, back of the jail. any fight of my life to pull through. Of has many relatives in Metcalfe, and of Milltown. About I cf the place is Mrs. Amanda Bowman, who was carrier of the mail shall receive Mr. r'rankliii was a very popular man. fenced with woven wire, a new mod G. B. Smith. come yet. course the crisis has hot mail matter presented to him, if ern stock barn, a new five room house the wife of Mr. Winston Bowman, properly prepaid by stamps, and demy little boy about it or Don't tell Lost. unfurnished, good well, an abundance died near Liberty recently, She was liver the same for mailing at the next Mr. Geo. M. Stevenson has pur-re- sallow any one else to tell him. 1 do of fine red beech timber and plenty of 77 years old, and had been afilicted post office at which he arrives, but chased of Mr. S. D. Barbee, the not want him to know I am so sick. seven or eight months. She leaves "With kind regards to yourself and A red spotted female bird dog. In- - post timber. Yours for bargin. beside her husband, one son and sev- that no fees shall be allowed him idence and lots near the roller mill, now occupied by the latter, for $2,000. Price $1,000. Call or address, Sincerely, all the boys. formation wanted. eral daughters, Mrs. T. C. Davidson, therefor. Bar-be- e C. C. Mitchell, B. L. Banks. Post master at this place has been It is our understanding that Mr. Mrs. CordieRosentteld. of this place, being one of the number. will purchase a farm either on the Greensburg, Ky. instructed not to deliver mail to the Mrs Banks was 36 years of age, was The last named was with her mother following good advice is taken carrier uuless above laws are complied Kentucky side near Louisville, or born and reared in this county and The Mr. Jim Lowe, who is a brother of several weeks before the end came. near New Albany, Ind., and will rewas a daughter of Alexander and Mary from the Oldham County News Mr. J. D. Lowe, who has been in the Mrs. Bowman was a lady of strong with. move from Columbia. He is a good Cornelison who died some years ago. Era: The election is over and politics West for several years, was at Cook-vill- Christian character, and will be great citizen, and we would dislike to see Lost She leaves two brothers, John, of St. should be cast aside and every one Tenn., during his brother Gid ly missed. him and his family leave this commuLouis, and Alex., late of Panama, now turn his attention to things that are Lowe's last illness. Jim has many A grayish blue dog, hair on top of nity. It is also said that his son. Mr. of this city, and three sisters, Mrs. more pressing. Preparing for crops friends in Columbia, he having made This is home mission week, and back black. Dew claws on hind feet. Sam Barbee, and family will remove John Mastu, of this county, Mrs. J. I. thecoming year, the town and country, headquarters here while traveling for services will alternate from church $5 reward. with him. Amos Loy, Ashbaugh, of Tuscaloosa, Ala , and the building of better roads and ed- a Nashville shoe house, many years to church. Services commeused at lt Fairplay, Ky. Mrs. Mary English, of this city, all of ucational facilities for the children ago. Jim Quarles, who is also kindly at the Methodist church Monday For Sale. Tuesday, the meetwhom will probably be present at the are matters of much more importance remembered here, was present during night. Mr. W. T. Ottley, who was defeated Two sows, 12 shoats average about burial tomorrow, Wednesday, after- as to merit proper and serious con- Mr. Lowe's illness terminating in ing will be held at the Christian for County Judge, and Mr. Eli Strange, Wednesday night the who lost for School Superintendent, 50 pounds each Lizzie Popplewell, Cornelison family burying sideration. church. noon in the A spirit of harmony death. gathering will be held Presbyterrian on the face of the returns, have inground, near Fort Estill, after brief and reconciliation should prevail and Near Jamestowu, Ky. on West everyone should work for the advanceservices at the late residence Mr. J. F. Montgomery and his son, church, Thursday night at the Meth- stituted contest proceeding, their peInvitations to the wedding of Miss Main street at i:30, conducted by Dr. ment and uplift of the community. Mr. Ray Montgomery, have formed a odist church and Friday night at the titions having been filed with the Gir-cu-it Leontiue Leachmau, of Greensburg, D. II. Scanlan. Such a coursee, if pursued, is bound partnership in the practice of law. Christian church. Interesting talks Court Clerk. These cases will be Mrs. Banks had been in poor health to result in much good. got his training in the will be made by the local ministers called at the January term of the to Mr. Frank G. Yankey have been reThe latter for two years or more, almost all of office of his father, who has been one and laymen. Enery body cordially Adair Circuit Court, at which time ceived by friends here The wedding the time being confined to her bed. The hunting season opened last of the leading attorneys at the bar invied to attend. there will be a recount of the vote in will occur December 2d, at Greenswas a lovely and lovable young Saturday. No person is allowed to here for a number of years. Young She the various precincts of the county burg. Miss Leachman is well and faIf you want to buy, sell or exchange In the meantime "certificates of elec- vorably known here, having attended and grew into womanhood a hunt without license except on his Montgomery has a legal mind and girl several years-A- ll strong character, was at one time own lands. Hunters must carry their there is not a doubt but he will suc- property or second hand machinery tion have been awarded Judge Ilerri-for- d the Lindsey-Wilso- u of any kind, write me giving full secretary of the State Federation of licence when hunting. You obtain ceed. and Eld Tobias IIutTaker. Odd Fellows in regular standing and price. I work on 5 per Women's Clubs, president and enthu- your license from the County Clerk. urged to be at the hall nextThurs are It is unlawful to sell or buy quail, Dr. J T. Jones and family have re- cent commision. I hunt , the buyers. Brick layers are putting up the day night. There will be work. siastic worker of Pattie A. Clay willing supporter of pheasant and wild turkey. Remem- moved from Montpelier, and are now I want the sellers. Baptist church rapidly, walls of the and a G. R. Reed, N. G. W. E. Stapp, conditions should and if weather charitable and uplifting work of every ber there is game warden In Adair occupying the handsome brick resColumbia Ky. prove favorable, the brick work will U:m. Little Ben will be buried by county who will look after violations idence, one mile from Columbia, on Mr. Frank Sinclair, who has been in of the game laws. be completed in a very short time. side. road, recently erected her the Stanford feeble health for several months, is Mrs News has reached here that Mr. Claud Miller, the contractor, will Thus ends a brief and imperfect noby Dr. R. A. Jones, of Cincinnati, The Kentucky Single Tree and who is a sou of Dr. J. T. Jones. Dr. Lenord Dohoney, who resides in Tex- push the work as rapidly as possible. building him a room away from his heart-rendin- g and of the most tice as, is dangerously ill, a victim of ap- When completed it will be the finest residence, which will be properly ven sorrow laden tragedy that has ever Spoke Company will remove their mill R. A. Jones and wife expect to spend pendicitis. tilated, in which to sleep. from Dunnville to Adair county this and most costly church building in comejto the people of our city. the summers at this very delightful week, and will locate it at Dirigo, just part of the State. home. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Flowers have The November draw for teachers this The following is from the Richmond below the farm of Mr. J. M. Campof the Supertend-ent- , taken rooms in the Hancock building the hands The hunting season is here and every on Greensburg street. Pantagraph: To say that the double bell. It is managed by Mr. William A great many have killed their hogs is now inready for payment. and sport has got his gun Quails is said tragedy shocked Richmond as nothing Hobson, of Campbellsville. before the lard making period, merely to be plentiful in some parts of Adair else, is to speak truly, yet no one can The Parlor Circle is a very delight- to save corn. This seems to be expen Walker & Gill are receiving a good county. The shooting of squirrels motives. Was it the 1m-- Circuit court opened at Burkesvllle, sive economy, is ul place to visit twice a week, Thurswin require money deal of tobacco this week. It is in it owQ rionf.h of a mothfir's Monday. The docketb is about up toi also said to be good. day and Saturday evenings. lard next summer. good condition for handling. J to get cotton-see- d I he average. believe that all would Jove? Did she TRAfiFD V innuLui. Man- - Routes gf ti kMf i NU MBER V- - 3 '- - How to Well-know- ? - -- well-know- ty-on- Mill-own- st go ng Self-risin- g con-sumate- n. 7-- best-know- n d 3-- lt. e, 3-- To-nigh- t, 3-- lt dis-dripti- ln-firma- rv t. THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS ATLANTA PEOPLE EXCITED OVER In the Lonely West. GEM MESSAGE BY PIGEON. I think of childhood days and STRANGE DISCOVER.. friends. I think of the dear old paths that Iroamed. I think of Starting Results Following the Use of Strange New Liquid Aroused the dear little streams that ripIntense Interest In Georgia's Capital City. pled along through the silent woods. I think of the rummage MANY FORMER SUFFERERS DESCRIBE ITS EFFECT in the woodland, of the songs of Woman Helpless From Rheumatism Enabled to Walk Without Asthe birds, of of the blue sky over sistance, Sufferers from Stomach Trouble who Could me, of the beautiful flowers thnt Scarcely Eat Enough to Keep Them Alive bloom around me, in old KenClaim Complete Recovery. tucky. Atio..ri fin Mnnv nersori of this city have 'becorae greatly excited over the wonderful cures repcixeu uy from vrious chronic ailmtnts am-fere- rs Carrier Flies From Vessel to Short, years of his life and a large sum money perfecting it. Scores of people who say they have suffered for years, many of whom never expected to see another well day.ciaim to have been completely I weighed only ninety-eigh- t pounds. restored to health and news of count- Within a week after taking my first less wonderful results has spread like dose I found I could eat anything I wild Are. cared to without the slightest discomThe drug store where the strange fort and that I was gaining rapidly in liquid has been demonstrated was be- weight. After I took several bottles from morn- of the medicine I was able to do my sieged with health-seeker- s ing till night and many interesting own housework and have not been stories told by persons who, having troubled since in any way." used the new treatment successfully, The case of Mrs. Schondell who brought in some sick friend or ac- suffered for years with rheumatism quaintance to obtain a supply. which became so severe that she was who re-iAmon?' many callers the new.t unable to move, is another of the wonexperiences with derful results that are being reported. t . ..owi was Mr. Oliver W. De The story of her strange and remarkV.eiie, who has lived at 840 Bank able recovery is best told in her own years and words, and the following is quoted street, Atlanta, twenty-tw- o who for sixteen years has been em- from a signed statement which she ployed as blacksmith in the Southern has issued for publication: "I suffered Railroad round house. Mr De Weire for years with a severe attack of rheusaid he had been afllicted with stom- matism. After trying numerous docach trouble for about four years and tors without success I made up my that five doctors and many different mind to see what the Root Juice medmedicines had failed to effect a cure. icine would do for me. Before taking case he In speaking of this strange have no the medicine I was unable to move would and had to be carried from one place said: "I sometimes desire to eat all. My digestion was to another, but when I had taken only poor and frequently I would suffer two bottles I was able to walk withintensely with pain in my stomach out assistance and can now take care Gas would form in my stomach and of my household duties Root Juice cause belching. I had dull, heavy saved my life." headaches and was very nervous, irThe effect of the Root Juice upon ritable and worrisome. At night 1 persons suffering from stomach troubcould not sleep. I was weak and felt le is almost incredible. The appetite all run down. I have now been using increases with the first few doses the new Root Juice treatment for and it is not uncommon to peoni,n, fiima woolr nnd ffifil like a new ple say. "I had not enjoyed hear a square man. I have gained six pounds in( meal for vears before I tried it." tvoiuiit-rirran tat a" most anvlhinir Cases of kidney sleep line, too, and get up feeling le, too, in which and bladder troubI the sufferers comhas certainly plained rested. This medicine of backache, soreness in the lixed me up in line shape." back, dark specks seeming to float beAnother startling account was given fore the eyes, painful and frequent by a man who said he had come from urination, pufliness under the eyes Marietta. He gave his name as James and other common symptoms, it is D. Rupp, his address as 32i Hoovel claimed have yielded very quickly and street, and was very enthusiastic over many complete cures reported. the results in his case. "I have been The new liquid is said one of liver a sufferer from stomach, years," and the finest blood purifiers to be system and he for seven kidney trouble said. "My food positively would not tonics known. Indigestion, loss of appetite, gas, bloating, digest and 1 was in constant misery. ness, loss of belching,backaches, biliousenergy, headremedy after another withI tried one I disorders, bad blood, heard so much about this aches, urinaryand out relief. other symptoms arisnew Root Juice treatment that 1 pro- rheumatism, and began using it. To ing from functional disturbances of cured a bottle kidneys or bowels the stomach, my great surprise before I had finished are declared liver, perceptibly benefitto be ray stomach, liver and kidit I found ney trouble fast disappearing. Now 1 ed by its use from the very start. can eat heartily and 1 sleep well. In Perhaps the best thing about it all is that the great discovery can be fact, I frel better every way " Mr. Oscar L. Seymore, living at made very economically and consecan take advantage Weber and Orange streets, reports quently the poorhealth-givinpower, after suffering from rheumatism, of its wonderful that and pain for eight years, as well as the rich. Large bottles swollen joints three bottles of the juice treatment holding nearly a pint are being sold put him on his feet, caused the sore- for only one dollar. ness and swelling to disappear and CAN HE HAD HEIIE. made him feel fine. Local druggists say they are making Another and one of the most start ing cases that have been brought to an effort to procure a supply of new ight is that of Mrs. E. G. Moore, who medicine for the benefit of home people speedy has issued a signed statement giving it iswho are seekingaashipmentcure and expected that will be case. In her statethe facts in her here in a few days. Persons wishing bement Mrs Moore says: "I almost any special information can obtain lieve Root Juice to be a gift from seven s?me by addressing a letter to the Heaven, for I have suffered years with chronic stomach and kid- Root Juice Medicine Company at Fort ney trouble and it nas entirely cured Wayne, Ind , where the main laboraare" located. me. Whenever I would eat meat or tories i reafter using atrange new liquid, man by an Indian cently introniced who claimsto have spent the best of potatoes, gas would form in my stomach and this would press upon my heart so heavily at times that I thought I would smother. I had dull heavy headaches and pains across my back. My hands and leet were always cold and when getting up in the morning I would be so dizzy I could not see. 1 was an invalid for four years and although twelve doctors treated me I was not apparantly benefited. At times I was too weak to feed myself and when I started taking Root J uice I think of the parting with friends and loved ones in my Kentucky home, and mind reMARRIED BY PHONE. flects back to the humble home Ohio Magistrate Accommodates Eager Young Couple. of my better days, undisturbed Dayton, O "Do you, Louis Motzel" by the eager greed for gain, con- "Number, please" "Take Florence Igou" "They don't answer" tented in mind and soul, with no "Oh, central, please get off the line. get higher aims than the Raccoon We're trying to and married." Igou had Louis Motzel Flerence their troubles getting married over the and 0 'possum hunt. telephone here Cupid Home, no name so sweet, no got the phone plugs in their proper places on the switchboard, and Squire spot so beautiful, no place so at- Koehne was able to finish the cerebut Dan Anally Valuables Being Found. Philadelphia. When she discovered that she had left valuable jewelry In a bag at a hotel Mrs. Daniel H. Fergu-Bon- , on the British steamer Glenesk, outside the Delaware capes, liberated a carrier pigeon, which returned to th home cote on the Ferguson farm, Fair view, at Mendenhall. Fa., with a message telling of The hotel was communicated with, and the jewelry was obtained and put in the office safe. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson started for New Castle, New Brunswick, and left one bag to be stored in the baggage room of the hotel until their return. Through a mistake the Jewel box was placed in the bag. The pigeon that carried the message was being taken with old others by Mr. Ferguson to friends in old New Brunswick. the-loss. Special All Persons Who Notice Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Government tractive as home I love name home, the That home is some times disturbed by poverty, and to keep the wolf from the door we are compelled to seek labor in other fields. Behold the laborers are many and the work is scarce in Old Kentucky, therefore ye laborers seek work in other territories. I happened to be one of those unfortunate ones who was left out of a job and compelled to seek labor in other territories and hadpily I found my way to county, Oklahoma, where a job was waiting for me at $75 a month. I took the examination and was successful made a certificate, have my contract in writing and begun school MonB-iyan mony. Motzel and Miss Igou had found two magistrates absent from their ounces, and when they reached the office of TToehne, only to find him gone they located him at a construction camp three miles from the city, and he readily consented to tie the knot by phone. Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year PACIFIC DRYD0CK. Work to Bo Resumed Shortly Is Opinion In Washington. Washington. Work upon the giant drydock at Pearl Harbor, the site of the great naval base the United States is establishing In the Pacific, probably will be resumed in the near future. Secretary of the Navy Daniels announced that Alfred Noble of New York, the engineering specialist retained to render an opinion as to the advisability of going ahead with the construction of tlii! dock, has reported that the project is quite feasible. The Pearl Harbor drydock Is to cost several million dollars, according to estimates. Work on the dock was well advanced when the coral foundation of the dock yielded to water pressure from below and caused an upheaval of the floor and walls, practically ruining all that had been done. Great Bargain The Louisville Daily Herald And the Adair County News One Year Each CONDEMNED TO DIE, CONDUCTS BUSINESS Remarkable Fortitude of Frank, Awaiting Death. day, Nov. 10th. I have a six months school and will do my best to get out in six months. For S3.00 This offer will hold good for onl- - a short time. Ifjrou want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. Oorne, bring or send jour subscriptions to g Facts Aboul Hair. One of the first things noticed about the "little stranger" is the color of its hair. The color of the baby's hair depends to a great extent upon the color of the hair of its parents. Here is one rule which very red-heade- rarely has an exception. If you ' and you marry are a lady whose hair is the same cheerful hue, one of your chil headed. dren will be nicknamed "Gin As a rule, a baby's hair is ger," at school. lighter than it will be in the d long run. Baby's eyebrows will It is tha snnie with people marrying. generally tell you what color the d or children will all hair on its head is going to be. . As a rule, their The eyebrows are usually darker be fair or dark. man mar- than the rest of the hair at When a dark-hairwith light hair, birth. Hair as a rule, turns ries a woman of his children darker and darker until middle-ag- e then the majority the minoriarrives, and then grey hair Will be begins to show. their mother. d, red-heade- d, Atlanta, Ga. Leo M. Frank, sentenced to be hanged Oct. 10 for the murder of Mary Phagan. continues to manage in jail the affairs of the National Pencil company, of which he mal School. was superintendent and at whose plant the girl was killed. However, Durant has a population of he will not be hanged Oct. 10 because the motion for a new trial will be about 7,500. heard, and if the decision is adverse to I am in the Choctaw Indian the case will be carriedyearthe supreme before his court. It may be a quiet, and fate is definitely determined. reservation. They His wife has visited him daily since sociable, and are as the end of the trial and has assisted him In going over the mass of testias auy people. mony. When at the trial Solicitor is easily shown. Certain tribes Dorsey declared she had never gone to I call them the straight haired the police station to see him and cited which have never intermarried an indication jury Negro. I have to look at their the fact to the Frank aswas guilty she that she knew with other tribes, will be found protest, in hair often to tell them from the leaned forward law an excited not tesshe could but under the to have the same type of hair, tify. She is determined In the event yellow Negro. of a new trial and she Is confident one man, woman and child. The I hope this serve as a letter to Is coming to in some way show that Eskimos are an instance of this. she never for a moment doubted her many of my friends that have husband's innocence. All of them have the same Mrs. Ilea Frank, his mother, joined asked a letter from me. In the jail conferences for awhile, but straight, black hair. finally she was obliged to return to I will say to the teachers that Brooklyn, where her aged husband is The hair of a baby at birth is expects to return up and critically ill. Shemade for a new trial when argument Is not always the same color as it the schools are all taken had my before Judge Roan. will be when it grows up, un- were when I came. I Solicitor Dorsey is directing the work of detectives who are trying to find school before I came. less it is born with red hair. new evidence to strengthen the case of Respectfully, alway red the state should a new trial be ordered. Once Bryan county is in the Southeastern part of Oklahoma, on the Red river. Durant is the county seat, and has a fine State Nor- this office. heavy' Potatoes poured into Chicag0 There has been a very demand all over Eastern and last week at the rate of seventyfive cars per day. The crop is Central Kentucky for feeding selling on a basis of 50 cents to cattle and the cattlemen have paid anywhere from $6.50 to the farmer, or about 63 cents to the dealers, who are laying in $7.25 for good feeding steers. big supplies. Deelare War on Colds. - ae law-abidi- ng J James 0. Prock. Nearly Every Child Has Worms. light-haire- dark-haire- ed dark-haire- d, ty taking after and texture of Do not tip the plate for That the color hereditary is strongly ast drop of soup. the hair is Paleness, at times a flushed face, un natural hunger, picking the nose, great thirst, ect., are indications of worms Kickapoo Worm killer is a reliable, thoaough medicine for removal of all kincsof worms from children and adults. Kickapoo Worm Killer in pleasant candy form, aids digestion, tones system, overcoming constipation and increasing the action of the livar. IS perf ecaly safe for eveu the mosa del icate children. Kickapoo Worm Killer makes children happy and healthy. 25c. Guaranteed. Try t. Drug stores or by mail. Kickapoo the Indiana Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. A crusade of education which aims cylds may become uncommon within the next generation" has been begun by prominent New York physicians. Here is a list of the "don'ts"which the doctors say will prevent the annual visitation of the cold: "Don't sit in a Draughty car." "Don't sleep in hot rooms." "Don't avoid the fresh air." Don't stuff yourself at mealtime. Overeating reduces your resistance. TRUST ACTION NEXT SESSION. To which we would add when you as Recommend take a cold get rid of it as. quickly Then Will President possible. To accomplish that you will Strengthening of Sherman Law. Washington. There will be no anti- find. Chamberlain's Cough llemedy trust legislation at this extra session most excellent. Sold by Paull Drug of congress, it was stated on the Co. highest authority. President Wilson will recommend to congress soon after The total amount of prize monthe beginning of the regular session in December the strengthening of the ey and plate to be offered at the Sherman law. Between now and then he and his National Horse Show this year is advisers will go over the Sherman law, 40,000. There are 142 classes, dig Into the history of Its operation and make a careful study of what usual number. Alfred has been done with the law and its about the effect on business. It became known G. Vanderbilt will offer the St. that the president will have before laws of New Jersey, James Gold Challenge Cup valMm the anti-truseven sisters" acts enknown as "the acted during the last year of Mr. Wil- ued at $850 for the best gig son's administration as governor of "that common Saved His Pool. II. D. Ely, Bautom, O., suffered from horrible ulcer on his foot for four years. Doctors advised amputation, but he refused and reluctantly tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve as a last resort. He then wrote: I used your salve and my foot was soon completely cured." Best remedy for burnes, cuts, bruises and eczema. Get a bos Only 25c. All druggist or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia" or St.Louis. to-da- y. If the plow lugs heavily ine it exam- carefully for slightly sprung beams. Nervous and Sick Headaches Torpid liver, constipated bowells and disordered stomach are the causes of these headaches Dr. King's Xew Life Pills, you will be surprised how quickly you will get releif. Theystim ulate the different organs to do their work properly. Itfo better regulator for liver and bowels. Take 25c and invest in a box At all druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co Philadelphia and St. Louis. to-da- y. st that staU. horse. i S r, - J. ;?, rafcaMRfc,,. f" THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A 1 Notes. The Supreme Confidence One Engineer Had In His Work. There Is something inspiring about the self confidence of the men who do big things. A An old cloth or a little brush the country was number of years ago horrified by the news that Gajvestpn had been swept by a broom with the liquid on it will food. But the mud was hardly dry in do the work all right. the city's streets before plans were made fpr bpjkling a great sea wall to keep put the waters. George W. Things to Do. Boschke was the engineer to whom this gigantic undertaking was in- Splendid. DENIES SNOBBERY IN NAVY. Officer Who Rose From Ranks Praises With the Inventors. - farm Clubbing Bargain, We Offer The Adair News And County and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make a necessity to every home, farm or business ms Tnis grand offer is limited and wc advise you to take advantage by subscribing for theabove combination right now. Call Or mail orders to, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. Haflj5p4 &Js work while the world IooJGRiiwit& interest Later he went don't disown it. up m inland Oregon to look after the engfoafflflg wfcrl: of one of the great In some respects this town is rai&bajl companies that were opening up that vast undeveloped country. not perfect; are you? B034$Je x?aa In camp, forty miles MUSIC HALTS MARRIAGE. Flax chaff, saved, will save from tfie ralhroad, says the Technical The heating element is fastenWhat this town needs isn't WorM. Qe day an exhausted mes-senthe ice packed for next summer. Bridegroom Overcome on Hearing ed to one side of a new stale ift. and handed a telegram f auld finders, but fauld fixers. electric A good to JteSpttlae's assistant The message "Marching Through Georgia." seed bed is always nec- Both One sail tfcat Ule Kalamazoo, Mich. During the mar- oven so that when the oven is This town will never grow on waaUd away GalTeston wall had been The ripening of cream is props. by a second furious riage ceremony which united John Year not needed for baking the side, erly done only by The assistant was very much. Dean, seventy years old and a veteran For Only careful and money sent to some other town. dijfiirttagL But tilere was nothing to of the civil war, and Mrs. Nancy E. Marks, a native of Alabama, a band which is hinged, can be swung painstaking attention. The country is growing in pop- do Itrt to lay ttfe telegram before his Subscription, may he chief. passed by the courthouse, where the down to form a horizontal hot Wool of good quality, quantity ulation; is this town keeping up? Bsa2&e glanced up from it, smiling. ceremony was being performed, playnew or renewal "This Wlegrara is a lie," he said calming "Marching Through Georgia." plate. and texture grows only on the The man who begins "1 built wall As soofl as the old man recognized What The Weekly Enquirer Is to plan ly. tttrfted that work to stand." TheD In hand. he fo the A sewing cabinet capacious backs of thrifty sheep. the air a thousand memories seemingIt is Issued every Thursday, Subscription pric ly flashed through his memory, and he for this town will soon be calling His confidence was justified. The per year, and it is one of the best home met- was so overcome with emotion that it enough to hold everything a message was based on a false report The fall chick, like the fall pig it "my town." ropolitan weeklies of Thefe had been a storm as severe as has all the facili- was necessary to stop the ceremony. It that wtaich. had flooded the city, but After the band had passed beyond seamstress may need in her work, is hardly ever profitable when it ties of the creat DAILY ENQUIRER for obtain-In- g This town doesn't need boost- the wall stood firm. hearing the reading of the marriage yet which folds up like a screen the World's events, and for that reason can comes late in the season. give you all the led nsr news. It carries a great vows was concluded by Judge Falling. ing any more than any other and can be carried by handles Don't keep unsightly AMENDED SHAKESPEARE. amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials crip- The Cincinnati His Treatment. Washington. Lieutenant D. Lyons of the navy, who reached his present commissioned grade from the ranks, has written a letter to the secretary of the navy denying charges which have been made of snobbery In the navy and that graduates of the Naval academy were disposed to look down on nongraduates and discriminate against them. Lieutenant Lyons has had twenty-seve- n years' experience as an enlisted man, warrant and commissioned officer, and he says that such charges are unjust and untrue. He declares that other men who have come from the ranks, with whom he has discussed the subject, feel the same way. Ingenious machanism is a new' It is thought that the loose leaf German lighthouse that uses houfes in Kentucky will open electicity as an illuminant switchearlier than usual on account of es on a new lamp and moves it the early season. into focus should the original A number of crops of tobacco lamp be extinguished. In the residence of a Connecti- in Nicholas county, are reported cut man there has been installed co have been sold at prices ranga private motion picture theatre, ing about $20 per hundred for so located that guests can view the best. Medium crops are rethe pictures as from a box while ported bringing from 14 to .$17 per hundred. at the dinner table. trough to eat look them over for graybacks. If you find them, BUILV TO STAND. thin some kerosene with water and rub it elong their backs. If you can't own the town, trusted. Weekly Enquirer g? $1.35 hur-ricaa- to-da- y. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentlbt Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. or on one side, has been invented pled NO TBAGE OF FAMILY chickens, eyen though they by a Missourian7 have been valuable birds in their MISSING FOR 20 YEARS Of the total area of Ireland day. only about 1.5 per cent, is wooded A dirty milker is worse than a Seek Information of Wealthy while forests cover 5.3 per cent, dirty cook. To wet the hands of England, 4.5 per cent, of Scot- with the milk when milking is a Judge, Wife and Heirs. land, and 3.9 per cent, of Wales. dirty town, but it needs it just as much. This town had to be started by somebody; it has got to be kept going by somebody else. years experience. PHONE NO. 7 N Corn Chowder. would sell all of her belongings for cash. The sales were held at the difSouthern Beaten Biscuit. One pint of flour, one rounding ta ferent homes owned by her, and then teaspoon she and her three daughters disapblespoonful of lard, one-hal-f cupful of milk peared as had the father and sons. f ful of salt and The real estate belonging to the famof water. Put lard and salt into sifted flour, blend thoroughly and add liq- ily had not been disposed of, and no uid. The dough should be thick and provision was ever made for its sale. stiff. Knead until it blisters, roll as thin as possible, prick with fork and bake in quick oven. unHaMimii one-hal- Into a frying pan, and when hot put in a medium sized onion cut Into thin slices, cook till soft and yellow, add a pint of water and let simmer. Pare four or five potatoes, slice thin, put in a pan, pour over them the water from the onions, add more water If neces sary and cook till potatoes are tender Then add a pint of green corn or can ned corn, a pint of milk and salt and pepper to taste. Mis well, let It get "I think that I will go back to Scot very hot, stir in a spoonful of butter land some day, Tom," he said. "I am and serve. fifty-fiv- e years old and have been away a long time, but I have honestly grown Spanish Pork Chops. Put two pounds of pork chops into a homesick." He and Laidlaw parted a baking pan with one cupful of hot wa few moments later, and Judge McMilter. Place in a hot oven and bake one lan was never seen again by his famHalf hour, basting often. Then take ily or any one in the county. He did out, sprinkle with salt and pepper and not leave by the nearest railroad spur, cover with one pound of onions, sliced It was found, nor had he hired any vethin. Bake fifteen minutes, then covei hicle to take him from Kingston. can of tomatoes and For a time Mrs. McMillan lived quiet.With one-habake again for twenty minutes. Put ly. She received no word from her husmeat and vegetables on heated platter, band, and inquiries in Scotland proved pour gravy around meat and serve at that he had not been seen there and once. that no word from him had ever been received by his relatives thera About three years after Judge McSouthern Corn Pone. James and One cupful of white cornmeal, one Millan's disappearance teaspoonful of salt, one tablespoonfu! George, his two sons, spent a day of lard, enough boiling water to mois- about their usual haunts and at night ten the meal, two tablespoonfuls of disappeared. They had no baggage of cold sweet milk and one tablespoonfu! any kind and were dressed in their of sugar. Stir all together, beat in two working clothes. No word has ever eggs and add two teaspoonfuls of bak been received from them since. Two years passed after the boys had ing powder, nave buttered pan very quick oven twenty disappeared when handbills were cirhot and bake in culated stating that Mrs. McMillan five minutes. lf Put a large spoonful of bacon fal Parties sent out by the French Kingston, Mo. After twenty years of gossip, theorizing and discussion re- government to explore the Sagarding the disappearance of the family of James McMillan, one time pro- hara desert have reported that bate judge of Caldwell county, the officials of the county are to take steps the obsticles in the way of buildto trace their present whereabouts in the hope of disposing of farm and ing a railroad across the waste town property owned by them and upon which taxes have been left un- of sand are not so unsurmount-abl- e paid since they disappeared. The propas was supposed. erty is now deserted and has been long regarded as haunted. In the last few years Moscow The dropping out of sight of Judge McMillan and the subsequent disap- has been increasing in populapearance of his family at various times provided a mystery that has never been tion more rapidly than at any solved. Leaving the county courthouse one evening, the judge, at that time time in a century, and if the serving his third term in the probate present rate be continued it will court and reputed one of the wealthiest men in the county, stopped to talk with have more than 2,000,000 resihis most intimate friend, Thomas Laid-ladents in 1918. According to United Stated army experts who have been ex- haustively studying the subject of footwear, there is not a shoe on the market which does not weaken and deform the foot of the wearer. In The Twilight of Life. Who has not observed aged Brunswick Stew. This is a Virginia dish and very palatable. A medium sized chicken cut as for frying, two ears of corn cut from the cob. a generous handful ot lima beans and three tomatoes. The Pi chicken Is parboiled and then add the Timetables, add also seasoning of salt ana pepper and the whole cooked one hour. Are Yoo a Women Honey Gingerbread. Jeacup, pour five tablespoonfuls of hot water on the soda; then fill the cup with extracted honey. Take one-hacupful of butter and one egg and beat together. Add two cupfuls of flour and one teaspoonful of ginger. Stir all together and bake in a very slow oven. lf Put a scant teaspoonful of soda In a persons studiously makingfriends with the young? Old women seeek to win the love of children with sweet things and tales of witchcraft. Old men are seen craftily bartering counsel for the friendship of youths, giving gifts and"bequeathing legacies to boot. We selfishly desire tolbe remembered after we are gone. We are not willing to drift away alone upon those strange waters where there is not so much sound as the friendly cry of a gull and where wind and tide tend ever outwaf d into the midsty twilight and leave no tie of affectien or kindly remembrance behind. From "Monoscripts," by Willim Dill-ma- n. Tlie Woman's Tonic FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS The Adair County News and'.WccKly Cour ier-Journ- al, both one Year Each $1.50 Ewes intended for breeders To a very considerable extent should be carefully looked after when the cool weather starts in. the true value of farming land o should.be measured by the interTonight. earns on a given Tonight, if you feel dull and stupid est which it or bilious and constipated, take a dose amount without reducing its ferof Chamberlian's Tablets and you will feel better tomorrow. For sale by tility, and after all expenses are Paull Drug Co. taken from its gross annual prodThis life is what we make it; uct. so this town. When the hogs come up to the The pioneers thought this was a good place for a town; lets habit. make it a poor place for knockA good poultryman is indusers. trious, not easily discouraged, The easiest way to make things filled with pluck and grit, and right at Washington, is to begin full of ambition. by making things right at home. Birds being fattened at this time of year need cool, shady Remember there is one big quarters, but as little room as difference between this town and all other towns. This town is possible for exercising. where you live. To take a ram just because he "Yesterday is gone, can be gotten cheaply, and rey is gardless of his qualifications is may never come." your best opportunity. So is very poor economy. this town. The house wren is a very benIf you are a wage earner here eficial bird to have about the orchards, as it eats immense quan- this town spends its money with you; do you spend your money tities of insects. town. Money invested in tile increas- with the es the producing nower and the Advertising Pays. real value of the low farm as no other investment can. A man one time advertised only hard to sell a lean for a wife and he got her, but It is not chicken in market, but it also is when she came he was sorry poor eating. A little care and that he did so, and thought he feed will make them more invit- was ruined for life. She wore ing. false hair and a glass eye, false It requires feed to make a lamb reeth, tongue-tiehair lipped of any kind, but a sheep or lamb and was disappointed in love will come the nearest to making affars, double thumbs on each something out of nothing of any hand, very often had the blues, kind of a domestic animal. stomach trouble, a cork leg, corns toe o f the foot So long as wool does not grow on each on trees nor lamb chops on bush- and had a temper like a lion, es, there will be a need for sheep, but rather than disappoint the and a flock of sheep can be made poor thing, this man married to yield a fair profit by the right her and to make a long story short in a few weeks her mother died kind of management. leaving her $100,000, and in a With hogs, especially, the few weeks she died, leaving feeding that produces a steady, $100,000 to her husband, speedy growth, is the most profitable. A pig that is stunted I keep on hands a full stock of in the early days of its life should coffins and caskets, also robes; hearses. Prompt service night or day. never have a place in the breed- Phone 29. 1 yr J. F. Triptett, ing herd. Columbia,Ky. Ad to-morr- To-da- The Afctor Was Shy on His Lines, birt Rose to the Occasion. Tflllhim Gillette in the course of ao addfesd made to the graduates of the Amerloan Academy of Dramatic Arts fold tais story: "When I was in Booth's company years ago," the actor said, "we had to be up in many parts. Frequently the actors would have to double In a performance when the roles outnumbered the people. I remember one time we were playing 'Hamlet' When the time came in the players' scene for the man to poison the king it was found that the particular actor selected for the part was on tll stage In another role. "Immediately the stage manager grabbed aft actor who was getting ready to continue in another role. The actor was wrapped in a big mantle, handed a bottle and told to hurry on the stage and do the poisoning. Nobody tfonjd recognize him, said the stage fiianagor. '"But protested the actor. what are my llne?' "'Oh. you know.' replied the stage manager. " 'That poetry tuff ?' N 'Sure! 51 'All right: said the actor. Then he Btrode on the stage with his bottle, and, bending over the king, said: 'Nobody here, nobody near! I'll pour the poison In his ear!" " New York American. Medicinal Heart of Oak. The virtue of a "cure," apparently, does not always lie in its ability to dis gust the senses. From earthworms for bronchitis and snakes for goiter one turns with relief to a "cure" for "all weaknesses of mind and body" which Coleridge encountered on a visit to Germany. It was indeed something to write home to his wife about Here Is Its advertisement: "A wonderful and secret Essence extracted with patience Rfld God's blessing from the English oaks and from that part thereof which the heroic slipps of that Great Nation call the Heart ofOak. This invaluablo and infallible medicine has been gcd-lil- y extracted therefrom by the slow processes of tfo Sun and the magneti-cInfluence at fie Planets and fixed a tribute to mariners Stars." should do firajpi toward cementing a friendship with Germany. London Express. al d, Whan Porfirio Ruled. wlaia the dictatorsnlp oi Porflrio Diaz was yaung, writes Archor in the London News, there was an atfaptejlsing at Vera Cfuz. The governor ef feat place telegraphed to Diaz asking whether he should shoot the conspirators and received the economical answer, "En caliente. si." Sine people argue that this mean!; "If in the heat of action, yes," but who rSquires orders for shooting In the heat of action? The plain meaning is in American, "Right away!" or in English, "Without formality." So the gorernor understood it, and nine men were put to death. In 1S97, TTil-lia- m 45-- Not In Her Class. "You know it is stated that a man's heart beats 92.1C0 times a day." "said the young man. "Every day?" asked the sweet young thing. "Yes, avary day." "Well, if a young man's heart didn'fc beat more times than that the day he. proposed'to me "Pd consider him a pretty cold proposItioB." Yonkers Statesman. HisfcoiMQal Note. Residence Phone 13 B Business Pho el3 A A small boy banded in the following on an examination paper in United? States history: DR. Office, J. N. IHRELL DENTIST Front roomsT in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. "General Braddock was killed in the Revolutionary war. He had three horses shot under him, and a fourth went through his clothes." Everybody's. jjj Columbia, - Kentucky Wanted His Best Work; "What you need," said the doctor, "la an operation." "Very well," replied the patient "Which operation are yon clevereSt t?' Detroit Free Presg. ft' Jf JW . H THE ADAIR THE ADAIR COUNlt NEWS hope of securing a railroad. COUNTY NEWS It Published Every Wednesday -BY THE Adair County News Company. ( Incorporated.) 'this adverse majority in Adair county 3HAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. against the proposed tax amendment to the constitution. While Democratic newspaper devoted to the I appreciate the compliment it is of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. not wholy deserved by me. While I did what I had time and ope d Entered at the Columbia as class mall matter. portunity to do after I found that the forces back of it were WEE NOV, 19, 1918 determined to try to put it over on the people contrary to the State The Mexican situation is still Constitution and contrary to the a live proposition and far from act under which it was submitsettlement. The rebelliou against ted. I used my best efforts to the Diaz government, successful inform the people what the proIn its efforts, was a failure in posed amendment was and its the establishing of peace and purposes, yet I was not alone in national prosperity, notwiththis effort. Hon. Jesse E wing, standing the fact that the eleccandidate for Senate, in this Sention of Madero seemed to meet atorial district, in his speeches popular approval. His reign was opDOsed the amendments, and it short for rebel forces soon were should be said to his credit, that active and encompassed his overevery county in the district voted throw and death. Huerta, as tion. We could well afford to five or six to one against it. You provisional president, has not secure the right of way and make published in your paper quite a been able to maintain governthe roadbed between the two number of the articles furnished ment and we doubt if any man or towns gratis if the L. & N. would you by its advocates and you party could be found who could complete it.fi In fact, this sec- published my article which was do it under existing conditions. tion wouldj make big money to the only one that gave a copy of Every reasonable effort on the put up $50,000 cash to get the the proposed amendments, and part of our government seems to road. The extension would not the vote in Adair county was have been made to bring about necessitate additional cost of twenty against to where there better conditions in that country, operation and the increase of was one for it. The Glasgow but nothing accomplished. Moral business'to the road could be Times opposed the amendments efforts have borne no fruits and shown to justify the company in and Barren county voted against it now seems that sterner meth- its building if we could only unite it. So far as I have been able to ods must be applied if the end and presentthe facts. If a few learn only one other paper in the desired be accomplished. Some men in this town will get to State, undertook to give to the favor armed intervention, some gether, formulate a plan then people a fair statements of the advocate tne luting oi tne em- call on ah public spirited citizens, question to be voted on and that bargo on munitions of war. As put up a proposition to is a paper published in Graves we could we see it it is a Mexican fight the above mentioned company county, and that county gave over and in order to get ppace the worth considering. If we do as two thousand majority against best way is to allow the fight we have done before it will never the amendments. The vote in s carried to a finish and the be built The extension of this some counties in the State on party control the governroad would have an electrifying both sides was less than two Separating belligerents ment. effect on Columbia and Adair hundred, and in none of the counnever brought peace, it merely countv. It wonlfl mean a new ties does the vote reported delays battle. A fight to the fin- Columbia and a live county. We amount to a third of the vote ish, the raising of the white flag, favor the effort and will do a cast between candidates for ofa complete and unconditional surman's part and if our business fice. This arises from the fact render is the firm foundation on men will join in the resolve to that the constitution of Kenwhich stable governments rest. get the road, as above suggested, tucky and the Statute laws of Our own troubles of a half cenor by joining a company and Kentucky were not observed in tury ago were settled when Lee building it ourselves, we will be having the people informed as to stacked arms a t Appomatox. there to the extent of limited what they were to vote upon. It Prom wreck and ruin, from a state ability. Let us throw aside the is evident that the promoters of xf intense partisan prejudice di- little whims that have heretothis scheme were not willing to rected section against section, fore blocked development of this risk the whole people to underafter one had exhausted its re- section, call a meeting and make stand the proposition, but desources, came a government for an intelligent, determined effort pended on the votes of the few the people and by the people, to place this town and county on people that were personally inthe most compact and prosper- the business map of the country. terested in the scheme, and what ous government of the world. Think thisQover. Talk it over. they termed a whirlwind cam Lift the embargo. Let them set- Help start the ball rollin'. What paign just before the election by tle their own troubles since they think you? What will you do? which they hoped to pick up some re blind to reason and disposed It will revuire money and efvotes from people before they unto trouble, and when the arbiter, fort, but this community is able derstood the question really at 3owder and lead, has put one to do it with the aid that will be issue. The city papers report party in power and the other given the other end of the that the vote in 6S counties has at n under control the days of line and between the two places. been certified. These 68 counties will be over, permanent Outsiders may never pull us out so reported include Jefferson, peace with liberal government of the rut. will follow. Otherwise neither Warren and other large counties party will be satisfied nor Late news from Mexico, taken and cities where the largest vote Rebellion would follow as and more especially the largest it has since the flight of Diaz. from Sunday's Courier Journal: vote for the proposition would be Had he fought to the finish one President Huerta announced that expected, yet out of this large of the parties would have been he would not resign the presidenvoting population of about 300.-00- 0 sufflciently subdued and the cy, and that he would proceed only 62,041 votes were cast nther left strong enough to have with the organization of Con- on both sides. Now, the point I established and maintained pergress and pacificstion of Mexico want to make is this: Will less manent peace. Separate two of the voting Sogs and they still want to fight. The Chamber of Deputies met than population of the State be alXet one get whipped to a finish and elected temporary officers, lowed to make an unmake conand his bristles will keep 'down. but the Senate did not organize stitutional provisions for the Xif tthe embargoand get Mexican a quorum not being present. upon so important a subpeace instead of American com- Senators of the Catholic party State ject as the system of taxation in promise to be followed' by insurwere absent. A report attrib- the State, and that in violation of rections on and on is the way we trust the Washington Gover- uted to John Lind stated that the present Constitution and the the American Embassy would be Statute under which the quesnment will decide. Thepos-sibilit- y withdrawn tion was pretendedly by submitof landing marines was ted to the people. We will have Itghas been quite a while since to wait and see whether the peo community has indulged the suggested by the report. ln-ir- wt Post-offic- sec-a- has madejmany attempts to bring about such an enterprise, but each time lost faith before any real effort was made, in fact, the prevailed, formed purely of gas, drifted by wind, bobbed up high, darted north, then west, then flickered out to be seen no more for a season. The same has been true regarding the building of a pike to the Green county line to connect with the pike road to Greens-burAll these feeble efforts have passed, all failed and we still have neither railroad nor pike. There is not a doubt as to the ability'of this town and county to secure a railroad if an united, determined effort is made. As we see the situation the only sensible plan is to induce the L. & N.to extend its road from Greens-bur- g to Columbia and if a liberal proposition was made to that Company it would doubtless join in the development of this secjock-o-lantern'meth- od ple are to govern themselves or whether they ar.e to be governed by trickery? Editor Adair County News: J. F. Montgomery, In your issue of the twelfth, inst, you credit me with having Columbia, Ky., Nov. 17, 1913. by my efforts procured the large The Vote on the Amendments. Green County News. THE PEOPLES BANK OF DUNNVILLE Dunnville, Kentucky. STF g, The following items were sent from Greensburg, and appeared in Sunday's Courier Journal: The Fiscal Court of Green county has made a levy of 50 cents on the $100 and $1.50 poll tax on each male citizen of 21 or more. It is not expected that this levy will be collected, as no one can be found who is willing to qualify as collector for the county taxes in Green county, as no one has qualified to collect the county levy for the year 1913. much money in your clothes right then you will wish you were one of those prudent men, bank and pay by check. Of course if your wife demands a little money it is sometimes a good thing to have a little coin handy, but even then she will usually accept a check on the bank and be glad to get it. But suppose some real "hold-up- " man should some time stick a gun under your nose and demand: "Hands up" what then? If you are in the habit of carrying around ' the modern kind, who keep their money in the WE INVITE YOU TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US. Robt. D. Williams, Cashier, J. W. Davenport, Pres., R. G. Combest, Vice Pres. The Fiscal Court of Green county last winter tvas forced to make a levy of $15.16 on each victo-Tiou- worth of taxable property in the county to satisfy judgments which Mary Quinlan and ethers had recovered in the Federal Court against the county on bonds which were issued by the county for the purpose of aiding in the construction of the Cumberland and Ohio railroad. The court also ordered that if a collector was appointed to collect any taxes for the county he must collect this levy also, Although the Fiscal Court has appointed several different persons to collect taxes for the county, no one has qualified. Green county has no Sheriff. E. E. Perkins has been appointed elisor and is collecting the State revenue. A small docket awaits the Green Circuit Court when it begins its November term next Monday. There are only eight common law cases, fifteen appearance equity case3, all of which are of minor importance. There are 150 Commonwealth cases on the docket to be disposed of, all of which are misdemeanors except the case of Joe Strull, a former merchant of this place, now living in Indianapolis, who is charged with embezzlement, and two charges against Will Haskins, one charging him with robbery and the other with house breaking. $100 LETTER OF CONDOLENCE. uWfuE - x vr ? We are showing this week some of the Latest Ideas in Ladies Coats and Coat Suits Odd Skirts,Misses andChil-dren- s' Coats. tHS "$ iORA 7 These goods were bought direct from the markets and at "end of season" prices. FINE SELECTION OF mm A ' " , -? vi ' It' f Tne EuIte. Our Styles as Good and Prices Lower than you can get in city stores. FURS are RUSSELL & COMPANY tiJ , was! My only brother! How tell me all. Did Ben realize my heart bleads, not only over he was going to die and leave my own loss, but the sorrow of 'message or request? lam an.- you dear, dear old folks our ious to know everything. parents, who brought us into the G. world, and tried to do your duty Edith. in every way towards us, that we might grow up in the favor of God and man. Only a short The snow last Sunday, caught time ago, I wrote dear Ben, sym- - most every one without wood, j J J n; j j insur-Tectio- sub-Sue- d. -- one-seven- th to-morr- heart-breakin- I have just talked to Mr. CovDear Father and Mother I ington over long distaucc 'phone can never tell you what a shock and could hear him distinctly alwe have had or how broken-heartethough he couldn't understand me very well. He told me that The distance seems doubled Ben was almost down with nerat times like this when our very vous prostration and had been souls are aching to be with those having fever before he went to we love, when we would give Cane Valley. He had hoped that years of our own lives to be able a few days rest would improve to do some little thing that would him. I told himthat I would not show our love for him who is come now as it would take about now with dear Owen. When I three days to get there, but think of poor Patsey and little would come soon if needed in Ben I have no words left. God any business capacity. He said only knows what this will mean that poor Patsey was as low as to them. Whatever comes we could be and I understand that will all do our best and God will he had not yet told her. guide and help us we know. Mr. Covington said that he would George is crushed and can hardme all particulars in a few ly think now, but as soon as we write days. When I hear from him know all the conditions and needs will decide whether to go or not. he can decide just what he must With a heart full of love and do. God help us all, for we my earnest prayers for the Lord's surely need it. comfort for us all, I am, dear Lovingly, father and mother, your devoted Mary. and only son. George. My dear Father and Mother I Poor little Ben, if it were not received telegram from J. W. for separating him from his Sublett about 7 o'clock bearing the sad news of my poor mother I would want him with brother's death. Oh! what a us right away. g message that Write as soon as you can and d. to-night, (Published by Request-- pathizing with him in his great The farmers are yery busy sorrow and trouble, and remind- - gathering corn, ed him that in our trouble wej Mrs. Veloria Royse, Mrs. .., .- -,. . trust the Lord to help us rv PollmT Mill j nuic uaugubsx, bear our burdens and trust him Bonnie, of Columbia, visited with that simple child-lik- e faith their sisters, Mattie and Fannie that we learned at our dear moth- Evans, from Saturday until Moner's knee. day. j Ma-mu- st wj ) Miss Patsy Roy spent last Sat' urday night with Miss Lora Beard. Mr. Owen of Garlin, visited relatives and friends in this neighborhood Saturday and Sunday. Messrs, L. T. Williams and Robert Cundiff were in Columbia on business last Saturday. Several from this place attended the spelling at Bottoms school house Saturday night. Miss Fannie Evans has been very sick several days this week with the grip. Mr. Pies Wesley was in Columbia one day last week. Our merchant, Mrs. Valeria Campbell, has purchased a nice line of fall and winter goods. Saved His Fool. H. D. Ely, Bantom, O., suffered from horrible ulcer on his foot for four years. Doctors advised amputation, but he refused and reluctantly tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve as a last resort. He then wrote: I used your salve and my foot was soon completely cured." Best remedy for burnes, cuts, bruises and eczema. Get a box Only 25c. All druggist or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St.Louis. For sale by Paull Drug Co. to-da- y. THE ADAIR COUNTY. NEWS Stock Farm for Sale. Having decided to quit farming I am offering for sale the old Caldwell e farm situated 6 miles South of on the Columbia pike. This farm has a pike frontage of a mile, contains 408 acres, and is in a fine state of cultivation. There are about 300 acres of tillable ground, mostly in grass and the remainder is pasture and timber land. This farm is splendidly watered, having 12 live springs and a creek flowing through it for the distance of about a mile. Has a handsome dwelling house with 11 rooms, 2 excellent tenant houses, 1 cabin, 3 barns, 3 cribs, 1 granary, tool and wagon shed, stock scales and all other necessary outbuildings. Some of the finest tobacco land in this section of the State is on this farm. This place is in a splendid neighborhood, being one mile from school, post office, store and blacksmith shop, and having 3 churches of different denominations within 3 miles. The growing crop and farm ima complete set of first-clas- s also be purchasd. plements can Terms easy. Address: H. R. Caldwell, Burdick, Ky. Ad. Camp-bellsvill44-t- f. 5 For sale by MURRAY BALI!? Jeweler. Columbia, Ky. ., ... v , ATTENTION i ROYAL Baking Powder Saves Health and saves Money and Makes Better Food V Farmers W. and TimbrmenH mm QT Tanner Ottley fl.ttoiney-Ht-lic- u Win practice in all the Until further notice, we will pay the following prices for r. jy HICKORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adacounly Ky. Courts Columbia, Ky. Split Hickory Spokes 30 in On Heart 1 x in x IS in x If in 2 in x x 2J in All Wanted Price per M Pieces, Length Ug. iG. P. SMYTHE for CE FIRE-INSURAN- (and REAL ESTATE Depth C A&B D 26 in 1J in S12.00 86.00 86.00 2 in 30 in $15.00 SS.00 6.00 2 in 26 in S14.00 $7.00 5.00 30 in S30.G0 2i in $15.00 26 in 2J in 25.00 812.00 '8.0G 30 in. long ; shorter lengths taken only to save timber. All Spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or Shell BajS nO-OG J Holt Hotel, Split 2d Growth W. Oak Jamestown, Ky. THIS HOTEL IS OPEN TO TnE traveling public. The table is supplied with the best the market affords. d or less sap timber in sizes 2x3 Cozy rooms and close attention paid to all other defects, tough and heavy. guests. Fare very reasonable. The C grade takes in Spokes that both grades must be split from Second Good feed barn attached. growth. Don't Split Brash Timber into one-thir- Hickory. Spokes that are brash, also containg defects such as worm holes, knots bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks, short crooks will be classed as culls. These Spokes must be full in length and 30 in. long is wanted. AH spokes smaller than 1 8 x If 30 in. long will be classed 26 in. or culled, depending or. size. All spokes too small for 1 5-- 8 x 4 x 26 in long will be classed at the price of "C" grade of this size or culled. 5-1 3-- Spokes 30 Long., Personals. Mr. Geo. "W. The Taylor County Enquirer copied our article on the death of Mr. B. L. Banks, his wife and son, but failed to credit same. As the article appeared in the Enquirer the uninformed naturally concluded that, Mr. Banks was born and reared in Taylor county. day, en route to Martinsville, Ind. Tt is best to give credit when credit e is due. Mr. R. II. Durham was in Camp-bellsvill- On Heart Depth C A&B 3 in 30 in x 2i in 30.00 S12.00 3 in x 30 in 31 in S50.00 820.00 The A. and B Grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admit bl in. and larger, if the spokes are free from Price per M Pieces. Length TREASURY DEPARTMENT. For further particulars call on or ad E. B McLean, Glasgow, called Satu-da3- r, week. the trade here this dress, to see our merchants last THE ADAIR SPOKE CO., Columbia, Ky. Internal Revenue Service. Eggs remaining here until Monday. Wethington, Mgr. E. G. Mr. Robert Ingram, cashier of the 10 Hens Bank, Russell Springs, was in ColumMr. J. W. Grasham, of Amanda-villLouisville, Ky. Notice is hereby 10 Chickens bia, a few days ago. was here the iirst of the week. given, to wnom it may concern, oi uie 4 D. G. BARDWICt, Pres. R. H. BIETZMAN, Si Mr. W. It. Lyon called to see our J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. Miss Flora Powell, teacher in . the seizure of the following-describe- d 11 Turkeys grocer men a few days ago. property, for violation of the Internal ' Geeso i Lindsey-Wilsoreturned Monday, S ' S her home, near Monticello, Reveune laws of the United States, J from Ducks Eld. W. K. Axbill visited at the the death of her brother calling her viz: Sections Nos. 3257 and 3208, at( Wool spring clipping. IS home of Mr. Jas. T. Page last week. a 9& iiCr distillery No. 524, located near Garlin, 15 Hides (green) On Sunday he preached two able ser- - away from her duties here, Ken-- i of 40 Feathers mons at the Christian church. Thurs-- ' Misses Alice Walker and Jennye Adair county, 5th district by A. L. INCORFOJfATEllsW EST.US3eiM86r tucky, September loth, 1913, 5 50 Ginseng day lie left for his home, Cleaveland, ucFarlaud will leave Friday and pos-- 1 Beeswax being the pastor of a Church in itafc jib. Vernon, Lexington, Frank-th- Lynch, Deputy Collector, in the of B. G. Redraon, two kegs city. Louisville. session of and ford, Georgetown ieuow Tt i. aggregate, trtl juuol DEALERS IN city Miss brandy containing, in the Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Fraser, who! From the latter named 31 gallons, and one copper still, cap May Apple (per lb) SAW MLIS. have been visiting relatives here for Walker will return home and Miss and worm, caoacitv of the still o ' HcFraland will go to Indianapolis MULLS, MiULB &RIST sometime, left, Thursday, for their gallons. Communications for publication or for tne winter. r ,0UT3VILLe home, Celina, Kansas. N. person or persons claiming the iniluIrors for Any 1301 TfilirreeNTff-Nftlk should be ; property should file his or tnelr dressed t0 the Adair Couucy News, Mr. J. A. Webb was here from Ilus- ir t.. v. Pnsfi am? Dr. Tt. 1. Rlake- -' man ami wife, nf Tndianauolis. Ind.. sell county Sunday, to see his daugh- - claim with the undersigned Collector Frequentlysuchdocumentsareaddress-an- d execute bond as required by law Ml t lasl, SMOKESTACKS irrivwl. nn nv visit,J .... Fridav. and ters who are in the Lindsey-Yilso- u and tl . 0 to mv residece " WM w at the home of Mr. Jas school. within 30 days from the date hereof. a ofiice, are stopping before reachipg the T. Scott Mayes, delay. T. Page. Mrs. Charles Skaggs a very respec, Collector of Internal Revenue, C. S. Ilarris. Mr. 13. II. Gilpin and Mr. Wm. Hob-so- table lady, who lives near Webbs X By A. L. Lynch, Sheet iron and Tank IVorh Roads, Russell county, is lying very Campbellsville, were here last Deputy Collector. low with pulmonary trouble. Thursday. Obituary. tNovember (ith, 1913 Mr. J. D. Woldridgo and Mr. C. S. Mr. Tvler Marshall was here from Collins. Jamesaown, were here Campbellsville, last Thursday. The store house of J. A. Dulworth, day. Mrs. Ida Shirley Mitchell, Camp Knox, was entered by thieves JOBBING WORK SOLICITED Mesdames R. 13.. und W. L. Wilson a lot of cloth- wifeofChas. C. Mitchell, died Mr. J. C. Strange was in 13urkesville one night last week and Cane Valley, were shopping in Columing and other articles stolen. Blood the tirst of the week. bia last Thurday. All Kinds of Machinery Repaired hounds from Lincoln county were at her home near Milltown, Ky. G. Blackford and Wife, of Mr. J. Mr. J. A. Dulworth and son, of ordered, but at this writing we have November 3rd. 1913. Camp Knox, were here last Thurs- Pellytou, were here last Monday. not heard the result of the man hunt. She had just passed her 25th They recently returned from Elida, day. Xew Mexico. We are now approaching the season year, leaving husband and three Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cundilf, who Miss Maye Montgomery will leave when underground travel will be the small chilbren, Bertha Collins, have been visiting in Texas and OklaThe Adair Countv News and Courier-Joura- ss homa, returned home the latter part today to spend a week with relatives only route in this country. Its slow, age 4 years, Albert Wilson, age and friends at Somerset. tedious, expensive and disagreeble of last week. but it meets the requirments of most 2 years and John Crawford Both One Year for $1.50. Mr. Ezra Moore, Jamestown, was infact, its to their or. Moody, of the people infant of three weeks, here Friday. der. foster parents Henry H. Moody Rev. Earl C. Hamilton, pastor of TREASURY DEPARTMENT. the Presbyterian clmrch, MarrowIf your good fortune to visit and wife, father, two brothers bone, spent a few days of last week No More Loose Coins. Internal Revenue Service. and a host of relatives and With his brother, Rev. Fredrick HamLouisville during our friends to mourn her departure. ilton. Louisville, Ky. The United States Postal DepartHaving the dreaded disease Messrs. W. 11. Wilson and Tim B. ment has issued an order prohibiting Notice is hereby given, to whom it Cravens were in Creelsboro last Fri- nntmns residing on rural routes from may concern, of the seizure of the embolism or cloging of arteries day. oroDerty, for viola boxes to be mailed depositing in their which meant death only with a mail matter, tion of the Internal Revenue laws of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Barbee left Mon letters or first-claby day on a prospecting tour for Indiana. which has not been stamped. Here- the United States, viz: Sections Nos. slight hope of saving her was permissible to deposit 3257 and 329G, at distillery No. 525, lo- an amputation of the affected Mr. D. E. Hatcher, Sr., and Mr. D. tofore, it Of required amount of money so that cated near Craycraft, Adair county, E. natcher, Jr., were here last Fri-y- - the limb, the doctors after consultathe rural carrier could purchase 5th district of Kentucky, September stamps and stamp the mail. From loth, 1913, by A. L. Lynch, Deputy tion and advice of her loved ones Ed- now on all mail must be stamped and Collector, in the possession of William Mr. W. A. Yates was here from took the one last chance and monton, the latter part of last week. no coin can be left in the boxes with Redmon. One copper still, 'cap and Your Purse will be Benefitted the amputation was made from worm, capacity of still 100 gallons. Mr. U. G. McFarlaud, deputy which to buy stamps. Any person or persons claiming the which she only partially rallied United States Marshal, was here last a ReWe Specialize WILTON RUGS in this sale Pendleton, who was held with above property should file his or their C. D. Friday. a short time. She was very out bail, for killing Ab J. Franklin, claim with the undersigned Collector for of 25 to 35 per cent. Also offer an immense n opDr. E. I. Alper, the deputy sheriff of Metcalfe county, and execute bond as required by law anxious for the operation for duction tician, was here last Friday and was sent to the Glasgow Jail for safe within 30 days from date hereof. $19.85, $22.50, $24.00, the sake of her children, whom line of AXMINSTER RUGS T. Scott Mays, keeDiner. It is said that feeling she clung to the last, and when Correspondence Solicited. Collector of Internal Revenue, Dr. U. L. Taylor is recovering from against Pendleton is very pronounced By A. L. Lynch, of shingles. she in Metcalfe county. Baird and Richa severe attack told by the doctor that assisting the State in the Deputy Collector. v Louisville's Live Carpet Store. of Bliss, was ardson are Mr. C. E. Claycomb. might never rally from the int. prosecution. November 6th, 1913. called to Taylor county last Friday, fluence of the chloroform she his mother, who lives near Campbellsn O. Stone, who is & Mr. E. The broomsedge on Mrs Priscilla called for her children and kissville, being quite ill. throughout Adair county, has been Dohoney's farm and also Mrs. Nona Hon. Rollin Hurt was in Burkesville mnrip. division manaeer of the Amer McCaffere's cought fire last Saturday ed them good by and asked them Incorporated Monday and addressed the constitu- ican Tobacco Company, and will likely and a great deal of fencing was hto meet her in heaven, bne 522 and 524 West Market St. ents at 1 o'clock hour. remove his headquarters from Danhad lived a constant christian parents ville to Louisville. The position of After a months visit with her manager is one of the best in About the only safe prediction that life for the past seven years or in Texas Mrs. J. C. Yates and two division of company. The Cross and Tomb is in every on earth. These memories wil can he made now concerning the win more. Her suffering though indaughters returned home last week. the gift the alter is that it will bring mud roads House. He ever be fresh and green. Mr. J. C.Hurt, of Indianapolis.Ind., tense was bourne cheerfully giv- path to the Father's In a few days all the show windows most impassable. Funeral services at Ebeaezer away. reached Columbia Monday morning, in Columbia will be full of handsome ing evidence .that her life was gave and has taken Russell county. Mr. articles suitable for Christmas preschurch conducted by Rev. W. H. County Court Clerk has issued The en route to Esto, Blessed be the name of the C. Sandidge. The remains were Hurt was accompanied by his brother, ents. If you want to select some- a number of licenses to hunt. A great anchored to the Rock of Ages. Mr. S. M. Hurt who lives in Chicago. thing real nice, do your shopping many of the town sportsmen were out Being left an orphan at the age Lord. followed by a long procession of last Saturday. The two brothers are running barber- early. never knew a The Silver lining to the dark relatives ana friends to the.of 10 months she shops in their respective cities. Ever get thred building fires? Cole's mother's love only as reflected cloud has been the sympathy Moody home-fo- r Collins has on exhibition interment. Mr: T. F. Messrs. J. E. Snow, J D. Grider and Air Tight Wood at McLean Bro's., store, a pumpkin, Original all night. Better Stove atholds by two good women. neighbors Father. and service of the best loak one. "Vernon Holt, of Russell county, all the fire growing, that weighs 69 pounds. rheumatism, were here Sun- - his victims of andElizabethtownlast week Local Market. Tc-da- y. that are brash, also pieces crooks will containing are more than one third sap timber, bu Growth White Oak, showing a good Spokes, as we cannot use them. Spokei worm holes, knots, sun checks and short Thomas was calling on Mr. be classed as culls. All Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. e. , , n, j If i?iiii & Supply Co, j j j vis-Ohi- o, at i ENGINES. BOILERS, FEED l j job-wor- ad-abo- ve j j j .- -. -- w i i ! n, Additional Locals. it's ss Grand Fall Sale Carpets, Rugs and Linoleum at well-know- at well-know- Hubbuch Bros., Wellcndorff dis-troye- d. - :the adaik county news FRUITS C(P BE Higher Meat Prices. KENTOCinJROWN $17,000,00' Spent Outside His Blundei By GREGORY GIBSON The Department of Agriculture has issued a bulletin which pre- A Sfatach Year. SHOULPGROW THEM HERE. nnrini tn rtn en w1iot 1ia 1o1t nrrnfa SchoolAre Stnvmg to Help Solve gQe wou,d fae flfc M short Proms That W.II Confront Our ,y and wonlfl be happy fo rficelve Mm Cdren-Usel- ess to Talk to Older. Smce M wag some 000 mIe8 Efmers-Bo- ys' Corn Clubs Point' er than her residence Woolcott Vay to Success. concluaed to see ner taere instead. At Is estimated that there are 9.000.-- ! Mlss Martlndale wrote that she OO arrale trees of bearinir nsre In Ken. would be at the Cliffs, meaning that tncky at the present writing. Our she would visit a family of that name. tumual crop from these trees is some- Woolcott took this to mean that she thing like 3,000,000 bushels of in- would stop at a hotel. On alighting at ferior quality. We spend 17,000,000 the station he asked a man who was lor fruits of all kinds that could bo in a hurry where he could find thfv Cliffs. The man pointed to a hand frown in Kentucky. Is uspIpss to talk to manv of tlia some house on a hill near by. He It older farmers, for they will tell you: i found the baggage agent and, pointing to the house, told him to send his trunk there; then he set off to walk the l7 distance. On arriving he opened the v. HHPj ... , SrK1 l j '.jrz ti K &ii&s&&;. m w ajarzk - Xv jKHfe ;$j front door, entered a spacious hallway jrf,- m... mmmr& .o.4v, - wvm.vmL mtK..f-BBk ...K and saw a gentleman reading a newsJj.-:wvkJF.w kW- ? paper before an open fireplace. ES. sJjsSir ii?$t&: m',A rsxtvTi "The Cliffs, I believe?" said Woolcott The gentleman looked up at him over a pair of glasses, somewhat sur prised, and replied in the afilrmative. "Are you the landlord?" asked Wool . during the summer met Miss Martlndale and did a lot of spooning, with the usual result However, the affair was not brought to a finish, and Woolcott was obliged to take a thousand mile trip for the purpose of making a proposition. He was pre- TFoolcott . x- ezsr-v"zi- - . . . . .Vf - . I A late issue of a widely read popular Cantwell's Bad Luck. A twinkle came Into the gentleman's magazine recently contained an interPitcher Cantwell, the Chicago high eye, and he replied that he was the esting article under the caption of school player, who set the Wlsconsin-Ulinoi- s proprietor. "The Experience of One Back to the league afire by his brilliant "I would like a room in your house Lander." The article showed how this work early in the season on the h , for a few days," continued the travel-man came to grief by buying a runteam, was recently paid off and er. "Have you a young lady staying down and played out eastern farm and probably will never pitch again. Cant- with you of the name of Martlndale?" tackling the job of reclaiming it with well sustained an injury to his pitchA light seemed to break In upon the out experience. His first year's expe- ing arm on July 4. Blood poisoning , gentleman's brain. "Miss Florence rience on the land cost him in the Bet in, ' and a long rest failed to bring Certainly. She arrived Martlndale? neighborhood of $2,500, and fortunateback his former ability. Before his , a few days ago. ly he was able to sell his farm for But she's out in an injury he had performed In twenty-on- e auto Just nowv She will not return till What he paid for It. At the concluGRAFTING. HOOT games, winning fifteen. Cantwell will late tonight" Be seated and I'll call a sion of the article the very sensible return 41tl. An. .Vin T wna " hrtv trmi SrVYltfi next season and try for an out" ,: n "7 ' servant to show you toaroom suggestion is made to those who want ";Z ,t ": in field position. He was the mainstay of Howard Cliff, banker, entertaining a with that of beef, unless product- to jolPthe back to the land moctnent . ,ZL n ,it" t Mi, ' ,,. oTlrenting' a farm for a year or two the pitching staff. friends at his country residence. ' few It must be the new generation with hasentthem'bffTn his car, remaining ion shall be increased. instead of buying, this plan giving just which we deal if we are to save this , at homTlumself. He went himself for as much experience and at far less Another Felton. annual expenditure of $17,000,000 The department suggests that worry and financial loss. Con Felton, fresh from a summer of the butler, instead of ringing for him, some time in the future. We cannot -to tell him to showa gentleman to his football training under the tutelage of siSaeaat SO out to every farmhouse in the state farmers can return to raising cat- Railroads running through Washing- his brother, Sam, the Harvard star, "a ho room tvES "supposed he was in .and have a chat with the farmer and told he his boys tnd girls, so we must find a tel and who was not to be Mr. Cliffwas tle for the market, as the time ton and Oregon are seeking to encour- who utilized the fadeaway for punting re age the growing of corn In localities last season, has failed to find a place .way to tach them easily and effectively. in a private house. Then playera selected turned to the guest, followed by the has now come when they can do tributary to them by offering substan- among the thirty-si- x The Bo3s' Corn clubs point the way butler, who took him upstairs. While by Coach Haughton for his varsity agtial prizes in the shape of cash and to success. They have been made posof teachers Woolcott was making a toilet his bat so with profit. It also suggests ricultural implements in contests which squad. sible by the Felton had a slight chance of bor'everywhere In the country, and the gage arrived and was sent up to bin the establishment of public abat-tori- are to close with exhibits to be held at Colfax, Wash., and Pendleton, Ore., in ing hl3 way into that select coterie, Is possible in fruit culture. At When he came downstairs he founc same however, as Coach Leary is somewhat one of our normal schools numbers of j Mr. Cliff in the library. which shall slaughter farm-raise- d December of the present year. The peeved because he has only seven ends "We have very few guests at presrailroad management has furnished the young peuiJie wiiu mm u.uiuii iui ine ent," the beeves; and the sale of seed which was used in the contest, under his wing and has asked that he teachers are getting ready for this see, said is a supposed landlord. "You summer house, and we ours and many farmers in different sections he allowed another. new crusade. any afternoon this spring ir shall close up for the winter within a meats through public markets, as of the state mentioned have Joined in Alnsost upon it Yields of corn ranging from seventy-fthe basement of one of the big build- few days or a week. It depends are Travers Going Abroad. in European countries, thus cut- ive how long I can keep those who to ninety bushels have been ings, tables littered with roots ol Jerome D. Travers, the national amayoung apple trees, twigs from stand- now with ma You will have to dine ting out the middle man. Thesg grown in the Yakima, while yields of teur golf champion, has announced his forty and fifty bushels have been grown Intention of visiting England next year ard varieties, thread, wired tags and alone, for all have gone on the auto party." might have been seen. Joiives suggestions look to the elimina- in the Willamette valley and in the in another try for tho coveted amateur "I don't like that," said Woolcott Walla Walla and Touchet valleys. As rapidly as deft fingers cut roots title of the British isles. may we not dine "If you tion of much of the cost of stor The railroads that are doing this misnnd twigs to fit snug, they were together?"are alone Two or three years ago tho Upper sionary work anticipate that in the wound with thread and placed In small Jlontclalr wizard made an attempt to "Certainly." age and transportation, items course of a few years corn will he on bandies. These bundles of ten, fifwin foreign honors and, IlkB nearly all What wine have you?" ol! the most valuable crops produced fa tiny trees were then or twenty-fiv- e teen the other Americans, failed. considerably increased the tb.8 territory mentioned. eent to the country by parcel post Mr. Cliff mentioned several kinds ot which and his guest selected chain These trees were to be planted in th price of beef, something which pupil teachera pagne. He asked for a wine card, but home gardens of the was unnecessary the host told him it and carefully cultivated for a year can be done through the estab Woolcott regaled his host with one hot being set out permanently. another. That the interest In this real vita! tie and called forserved, and The dinner lishment of centrally located altogether Is growing is shown u as delightfully work of education that the number of trees Woolcott found the landlord a verj slaughter houses and markets. by the fact agreeable companion. Judging by the department's suggestion y- JWB ua mm t number of foreign places he was t':i The ZTmxwt? 2.ot:-i ii w vr miliar with. Woolcott thought that lie enlisting the must have kept hotels all over the ought to result in world. Mr. Cliff suggested that since farmers of the country in a profitthe auto party would not return till late, perhaps Woolcott would not sir able industry. up for them. Since the latter did not relish a meeting with the lady to whom Life Insurance. HENRY WATTERSON, J he had come to propose before others thought he would go to bed lie said he It is not an investment, but protecWhen he went down to ureakTast in same time Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in the morning he met a genial party, tion against death. At the vt. money you pay into an old line every one of whom had been coached the prints all the news without politics. with regard to his reception. Mis" company is as safe were it invested in been horrified at tin a government bond. Every man owes Martlndale had feasor favor.f,. The regular price is $1,00 blunder he had made. She had ex it to Iris family-- to protect it against JMiniTS pected him to stop at a hotel and cab death. The Connecticut Mutual pays a year, but youjean get the WEEKLY upon her at her friend's. But Mr. CUD a larger dividend than any other com-t. ,. . . vpleaded with her to permit her friene pany. See GO UK1.EK--- J U UKN AL: g fc, ra?jrrto remain in ignorance of the situation J. "E. Murrell. temporarily and continue to be enter tained by the Cliff family. Ad. Miss Martlndale advanced with j smile, not unmingled with embarrass What is said to be the first sale nient but refrained from mentioning the mistake. All sat down together to of tobacco in Montgomery counbreakfast, and Woolcott thought what a charming place It would be for him to ty was made when W. R. Tipton make his proposal. 12,-0He bad ample opportunity, for the bought from G. T. Fox about' members of the family kept out of the pounds at 16 cents straight. couple's way. having some suspicion of the young man's errand. During the Trip is said to be excellent afternoon the two took a long walk TWENTr-FIY- E JOKaTHAKS READY TO SEND and when they came back Woolcott with plenty of color. ODT. youwill;give or send'.Vyoui order to this looked very proud of himself. At din jnailed to the homes of the students ner he remarked to Mrs. Cliff that he Courier-Journa- l. , The crop of mule colts is a paper lhis spring will be about five times as had never before stopped at so charm .Great as it was two years ago. Ing a hotel. large one and many of the young The first year the wdtk was lady, feign "Hotel!" exclaimed the 4,000 trees were grafted, last ing surprise. hybrids are being turned back to ;year 8,000 and this year about 20,000 "Mr. Woolcott" said the host, "I have Courier-Journ- al, farm, producers refusing the will go on their mission of education. to thank you for making a mistake in the With such work being done by teach-r- r taking my house for a hotel. Had you The market is here and there over the state the not done so I should not have had the price offered. children are sure to see a new vision pleasure of entertaining you." limited to shippers ana spec Courier-Journ- al, aof Kentucky as a fruit state. saw by the looks of those Woolcott buyers who are' looking present, especially his fiancee, that he ulative JC E. A. MEETING AT LOUISVILLE had blundered, but both host and hostfinely formed and well develIf never therefyou ought to go. ess came to the rescue, and it was not for We canf give you a combination cut If ever there, you'll want to go. long before he was feeling quite at oped animals. Kentucky Educational association home and laughing with the rest over rate on Daily or Sunday ifjyou will write meeting, Louisville, April 30, May 1, 2 bis mistake. But it Is not to be exget a good """""this .paper. large. 3. The .ad arrange crowd will be Special Befr pected of a man who has won the girl essary if we would now. to tail he wants that he will mind a little ter stand of alf afa. i99ttm999SiSi(SKS999)999999999SKSSmt Mad rates. thing like that Osh-kos1 -- cott ::: 1 ,. :: sents the most thorough analysis of the food situation confronting the people of the United Slates that has ever been prepared. This bulletin, as regards the supply of beef, destinctly says that prices are bound to continue upward, unless improved methods are adopted by the meat produces of the country. The department finds that in the last six years there has been a decline of 30 per cent., in the number of beef cattle, increased. It finds that present production leaves practically no surplus for export. We are consuming nearly all the beef we raise. The report holds out little hope of relief from Canada, Mexico, South America and Australia, because countries which formerly consumed our surplus are our sharpest competitors in bidding for the supplies of these countries which are also declining. Therefore, the only prospect before the people of this country is higher prices for meat because the prices of all other meats will rise in sympathy r Remedy No Family Should Do Without - PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weaK. j. had spells when 1 could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could nothelp me, but I was completely cured by No matter how healthy a human being: may bo it is safe to say that not many months are passed without jme obstruction of the bowels, in other .'ords, constipation, even if only tem- orary. The bloating--, the dull feelingiiay start after the evening meal. If a axative is not taken that night it is ertain that sleep will not be sound, and you will awaken unrefreshed. Hence, it is important for you and for II the members of your family that a iood, reliable laxative be always kept n the house for just such emergency. 'touis sure to be needed, and when needed want it at hand. No family that is reful of its health can do without such remedy. But the question of which emedy to have on hand is also of vast importance. The laxative most highly recommended by the majority of intelligent Americans as beinjr best for babies and grDwnups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep -- sin. It is a liquid laxative-tonimild, and never gripes, is effective on robust people and can be given with safety to an infant. Children like it because of these gentle qualities and because it is pleasant to the taste. It is the best remedy you can have in the house for any disorder of the stomach, liver and bowels, and many people like R. II. Morgan. Price, Tenn., and Mrs. H. C. Davidson, Wart-rac- e, Tenn., say they would as soon be without the necessities as without Dr. c, all-arou- DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St. Monticello. 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Pear blight, which attacks both apples and pear trees and several wild allied species, is bad again this season in many western fruit sections. The disease Is of a bacterial nature and works in the sap. While fakers and frauds have claimed to have preventives or cures for this malady (for which they ask a long price), there is but one way of eradicating it namely, cutting out infected twigs and branches well below the point of infection and disinfecting the cut and knife after, each operation with a 1 to 1,000 In solution of corrosive sublimate. cutting it is well to go well below the limit of infection the first time in order to make sure of getting it all. Americans Win Tropin. The United States team won the Palma match in the international rifle tournament at Camp Perry, O. The score was 1,714. The team from the Argentine Republic was second, with a score of 1,6S4, nine points ahead of Canada. Sweden made 1.4S4 and Peru 1,465. Special Attnetin to Eyes The shooting was on the 800, 900 and yard ranges. The scores are considered good, as a strong north wind blew in the faces of the shooters. The winning score wa3 six points below that made by the United States team last year when It captured the prize in 1,000 Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Hon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION-NE- AR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE, ONBURKSYILLE STREET. Canada. Joseph Q H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties, : Jamstown, Kentucky Why I Not - we-jrsa- g-' a' Read The Courier es Journal? HENRY WATTERSON - Editor. We Can, Furnish You bo-tor- je!xc , WEEKLY The Adair County New and the ; "' 60URIER-JOURN- AL Weekly Courier-Journal Editor -- It Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera) combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. ComWrite Courier-Journpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription orde? to this paper NOT . to the Courier Journal. al -- - 45-t- f. AND THE ADAiR COUNTY NEWS both: one year 00 m-n- n For $1.50 notjtothe inau-lirate- d Dailv Yr $6,00 $2.00 Sundav ffT Yr writes H. stomach, head and back.'' -Kaieign, jN. v.. aua my T. Alston, Of Made A New Mannain Him. TOaannfFeriTurfrom in mv T Electric I Bitters 50 CTS. i ALL DRUG -- liver and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles ot jiiecmc ijiuew made me fee? 'ko a new man.' PRICE STORtS. er. flt THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS C0ULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Aid For Three Summers Mrs. Any of Her Housework. Vin-- & THE LOU IS VILLI TIMES The MYSTERY OF A SENTRY POST Table Manners. Do not Scrap Book sit sideways on the chairs or lean back in them. Never put your elbows on the table. make playthings of either the food or silverware. Break a small piece of bread from the slice. Never butter Do not cent Was Usable to Attend to believe I would have died if I hadn't taken it. After I began taking Cardui, I was greatly helped, and all three bottles re- lieved me entirely. fattened up, and grew so much Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like anthree summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. last time, was my worst. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic I had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. prostration, and was scarcely able to Cardui makes for increased strength, walk about. Could not do any of my improves the appetite, tones up the nerhousework. vous system, and helps to make pale, I also had dreadful pains .in my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. and sides and when one of those weak, Cardui has helped more than a million sinking spells would come on me, 1 weak women, during the past 50 years. would have to give up and lie down, It will surely do for you, what it has until it wore off. done for them. Try Cardui today. I was certainly in a dreadful state of Write to: Chattanooza Medicine Co., Ladies' Adhealth, when I finally decided to try visory Dept.. Chattanooza. Tenn., for Special on our case and book. "Home Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Treatment for Women." sent in plain wrapper. 5 I Nowadays a farmer may sell a pair of mules for enough to buy "Waiter!" The voice of the an automobile, but nine times elderly man rose in accents of out of ten he would do better to wrath from his table by the win- keep the mules. Divide the fencing on the farm dow. so as to change the hog lots, ro"Yes, sir," replied the waiter, tating them in crops, and making bustling forward. The customer use of the manure else you do swallowed several times quickly not reap the full profits. before he could command his J Night of Terror. "Here, take take this voice. Few nights are more terrible than egg away!" he roared with an that of a mother looking on her child choking and gasping for breath dureffort. An Offending Egg. I "Yes, sir," said the waiter obligingly as he approached the offending article. "And what shall I do with it, sir?" The elderly man rose menacingly in his chair. ing an attack of croup, and nothing in the house to relieve it. Many mothers have passed nights of terror in this situation. A little forethought will enable you to avoid all this. Chamberlin's Cough Remedy is a certain cure for croup and has never been known to fail. Keep it at hand. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Bowel troubles in calves are "Do with it?" he bellowed. sometimes caused by milk that is "Do with it? Wring its neck! excessively rich. Milk that is National Food Magazine. moderate or low in butter fat is usuallyjbetter for youns? calves. The Daily Louisville And The Times News Adair County It Is the best afternoon daily .paper published in Louisville. is Democratic . and is heartily supporting Woo- drow Wilson for the The campaign is on and if you want to in touch with all the parties keep throughout the United States sub- scribe for the Times. w We can furnish The Times and The Adah County News both for $4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription. The Previous Question. Old Senator Nesmith of Oregon, one A Strange Episode of the Of the first settlers of the state, used Spanish-America- n War. to tell this story: At the time when Oregon was admitted as a state and the first legislature of the state met During the Spanish-America- n war yaa Nesmith, who was my regiment of United States infantry t a member, possessoccupied a single position in Cuba for ed himself of a copy of a book on quite awhile. We were not very near parliamentary proan enemy and kept out no vedettes or cedure. This work, pickets, the colonel being satisfied with which was at the BRIGHTER..BETTER, usual chain of sentinels. There the time probably the was one sentry beat overlooking a valonly one of Its sort BIGGER THAN EVER ley from which every man posted at west of the Missisthe evening relief disappeared. No sippi, he studied cry, no sound of any kind, was heard THE REGULAR PRICE OF diligently and by at post No. 8, but the sentry placed j the time of the first there was not found when the corporal session was well up of the guard took a man to relieve him, THE LOUISVILLE TIKI in the rules of denor was he ever heard of afterward. "SIT DOWJf, YOU bate. Some concluded that an enemy crawlfool!" At the first meet ed up from below, stabbed him and ing of the new legislature a motion IS A took his body away. Some concluded was introduced and speedily carried, that the post was haunted and the but on thp seeond measure a dispute sentry was carried away by a ghost. arose, anrfor three days the state legWhen the first man disappeared the islators wrangled and debated. IP YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORbt officer of the guard reported the matFinally on the third day Nesmith, ter to the colonel, who, thinking that who had watched the proceedings withTO US, YOU CAN GET it would be better that the next man out even opening his mouth, decided to stand post on No. 8 should not know it was time to use a piece of his parof the occurrence, ordered the officer liamentary procedure, so he rose and to keep the matter a secret and if moved the "previous question." there were inquiries about the missing There was a moment of silence folman among his comrades to give out lowing this motion, and 'then amid a that he had been ordered away on a shout of derision the speaker cried: special service. So the second man did "Sit down, you fool! We passed the not know of the mystery of the first, previous question three days ago!" nor the third of the second, nor the fourth of the third. The fourth man Rest In Flight. AND was the last to vanish, for after he had The flying arrow, knowing its path Is gone the regiment went to the front. made. Gees I was a member of Company C, and Taking singing softly at the bow's behest. its destined Journey unafraid, we knew more about the disappearIn every moment of its flight at rest. ances than the officers thought we did, speed, O but we didn't know what had become SeGo singing soul, to your divino abode: through tho shadow and the of the sentries. It was the prevailing opinion that the men were murdered bravely on your high appointed road, by hostile Spanish citizens, but with At rest in every moment of your flight. Edwin Markham in Nautilus. what object we were ignorant. After the war closed I came north with the BOTH ONE YEAR Guiding the Doctor. rest of the command, but eight years The blacksmith, who was long on the to Cuba on business, and later went there one day, while passing a sugar wisdom of his trade, but short on mediplantation, who should I see sitting be- cal lore, sprained his wrist one afterfore a workman's cabin but John lieu, noon and lost no time in hustling to derson, the last man who had disap- the office of a pay- peared from sentry post No. S. At sician. The docfirst he pretended not to know me, but tor examined the THE LOUISVILLE TIMES I looked him square in the eye and wrist and then told him he couldn't fool me. Then he took a small bottle the best afternoon paper prinfrom a shelf, but told me the following story: "When placed on post and left by found it empty. "James," said ted anywhere. the retreating relief I stood for awhile he, turning to an uncertain whether to risk death by some unearthly means or by being assistant, "go upHas the best corps of corra stairs and bring shot for deserting my beat. "While I was deliberating I heard me down a couple pondents. a girl's laugh and, looking down, saw pf those vials." "What's that?" a merry face and two black eyes peerCovers the Kentucky field pes ing up at me. The girl had a basket exclaimed the pa-ti- e n t, suddenly on her arm full of flowers and began "'0 YOU DOX'T, to pelt me with them. I supposed she b h o w i n g large fectly. doc!" was simply passing that way and signs of emotion. Covers the general news flsl didn't connect her with the ghost who "I was merely asking my assistant had spirited away the other sentries to bring me down a couple of viala I seized one or two posies and threw from upstairs," answered the doctor. completely. "Files!" cried the blacksmith with a them back at her. She was too pretty look of determination. "No, you don't, to keep a distance, and invited Has the best and fullest msw to comeatup and sit withI me on her doc! If that hand has got to come off the slope. It wasn't long before I had my you will use a knife or a saw!" kets reports. arms around her and stole a kiss. Wanted It to Keep On. "She spoke some English and, pointRichard Mansfield, the actor, had not ing to house was DEMOCRATIC in politics bs on hera way to below, told me sheplace much hair, and tliis fact was coma dance to take there. We soon heard the sound of mented on to the actor by a lady fair to everybody. music, and the girl begged me to go whose friendship permitted personal down with her, have a dance and get allusions. "Why, Mr. Mansfield," said the lady, came. I back before SEND YOUR SUBSCRfP tempted and the relief'went with was "you are losing your hair all the time. fell. I her, danced several times and was thinking You'll be bald if this keeps on." "Keeps on, madam?" queried the of returning when I was surrounded HON RIGHT AWAY nctor, putting his hand on what reand made a prisoner. "They were about to take me out to mained of his hair. "My daily prayei shoot me when the girl who had ar- Is that this will keep on." ranged for my capture stood In the A Mark Twain Story. DENTAL OFP'ICE door and jabbered Spanish at them A friend of Mark Twain once asked with constantly growing irritation. I didn't know then what she said, but him if he remembered the first money learned afterward that, having given he earned. "Yes." he said: "it was at school, them three victims, she wished the to be spared. Finally she pre- and a very painful recollection it is fourth DENTIST vailed, partly by threats to expose too. There was a rule in our school them to our troops above and partly that any boy marking his desk, either NFXT TO FOSTEOITJF'ICK by her influence over them. I was re- with pencil or knife, would be chasleased and, accompanied by the girl, tised publicly before the whole school Columbia, Ky. started up tocamp. I had plenty of or pay a fine of $3. Besides the rule, RES PHOXE 20. OFFICE PHONE 08 time to getvthere, but was dallying there was a ruler. I knew it because I with her, she showing plainly enough had felt it. It was a darned hard one that she had gone daft on me. I tried loo. "One day I had to tell my father to tear myself away from her, but couldn't. I knew she had betrayed that I had broken the rule and had to three other men, but her preference pay a fine or take a public whipping, ft a; . ' ft ?! for me caught me, and while I was and he said: ' fc 4 c " 'Sam, It would be too bad to have ; K U; g h n ft s trying to get away from her I heard my post. Then I knew the name of Clemens disgraced before the relief visit L b i. v.,2 td- ii a H t 3 Lii I was too late, for if I went to camp I the whole school, so I'll pay the I don't want you to lose anything, would be shot for being absent from ' mo grezt til t ' i tv.o Bo come upstairs.' my post. raanv thins? tear... I i i "A few minutes later I came down :p, ; Hut l.islJi'i "That threw the whole matter into r: -ef, Litotllr.i'jt il . Ji.co I over l v. p ills tit. girl. It was the same with a bad feeling and the $5, and I the hands of the as having sold my soul to the devil. decided that as I had been punished I deserted, and we went away togeth- once and got used to it I would not EtT sRBBn er. She deserted, too, for she never pilnd getting the other licking at So I did and kept the $3." home. Her people aa L went back and the men who had were school. been Spaniards, C.E. HatfioIJ.Guyaa, W. Va. An Untamed Marquis. 25 CENTS PCR BOTTLE AT ALL UM'Gl.S' bent on shooting me were Spaniards. UtXir Mffsfeaiamu,VBggyaaa.ir., The father of the Marquis of Bute They lived about there with their families, and had the girl told on them, as bad an amusing experience in the she threatened to do, our colonel would Neighborhood of Rothesay. lie met a have arrested and shot them. They cockney traveler who asked to be dihad only consented to let me go on her rected to a certain place. Deceived promise that she would keep me from by the marquis' accent, the visitor took getting back to the command. Of him for a southron and took occasion Spanish, I will drill wells in Adair and course, not understanding or shouldI to make supercilious remarks about the barbarous Islanders of Bute. He I didn't know this at the time fcaid, "Blime me, I suppose you're like adjoining counties. See me be- have been forewarned." Henderson had married the girl, and me, an Englishman?" fore contracting. Latest they had several children. In that "No," responded the marquis; "I'm a country women fade early, and upon atlve of Bute, this island." machinery of all kinds. an introduction I found the wife home"Good gracious!" exclaimed the Lonly enough to use for a scarecrow. I doner, in amazement. ""Then who In Pump Repairing Done. Give have remembered the incident since as the dooce tamed yer?" a warning to all men not to be led Lord Bute assumed a fierce expresme a Gall. away from their duty by a pretty face. sion and, raising a ponderous cudgel he was carrying, said angrily, "Who Henderson was living in terror, fcays I'm tame?" of being a deserter, and all The alarmed cockhe had listened to a siren. ney turned and fi4j. Pall Mall Gazette. FOR 1913 and attempt to eat from the tire slice or even half a slice. en- The mouth should be wiped with th9 napkin both before and IL after drinking. Be sure and swallow all food in the mouth before taking a $5.00 YEAR drink. at people through the bottom of your glass as if it Do not look were a field glass. Sip the soup quietly from the THE ADAIR COUNT NEWS side of the spoon. Medium-size- d spoon should be provided for the children. Do not put either the spoon or fork into the mouth further than is necessary. THE LOUISVILEE TIMES Put just enough food on the end of the fork to make a proper size mouthful. FOR ONLY $4.50. Never put potato skins, egg shells, etc., on the table cloth. Either put them on the side of the plate or ask for a saucer. Do not dip bread or cake into IS Q the water. Never help yourself with your own knife, fork or spoon. Do not reach across the table WW or in front of anyone. Never take anything from a plate and put it back to take something else. Lay your knife and fork on your plate so that it will not fall off when the plate is removed. Children should be helped first at meals, and should be given a little recess between the dinner course and desert. R Consumptive Cough. Dr. James Triplet! ! that bothers you continualof ahe danger signals which warns of consumption. Dr. King's New Discovery stop the cough, loosen the chest, banish fever and let you sleep peacefully. The tirst dose checks the svmptoms and gives prompt relief. Mrs. A. F. Mertz, of Glen Ellyn, Iowa, writes: 'Dr. Iviugrs New Discovery cured a stuborn cough after sis weeks' doctoring failed to help. Try it, us it will do the some for you Best medicine for coughs, colds, toroat and lung troubles. Mon ey back if it fails. Price 50c. & 51.00. All druggists by man, II. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louos. A cough ly is one Two of the oldest bearing fruit trees in Kentucky are on the old Bowles homestead near the Allen S'j - fine-Bu- - 1 C ;- " m ysu Easawa The trees in question are pear trees, and one of them is 112 years and the other 10s years old. They ;are well preserved and were heavily ladened with pears this year. j and Barren county line. There is nothing better for the growing pigs than oats. The colt that is never handled .' is always harder to break. i WELL DRILLER tt. iituii uaieicsaueaa may ic-- suit in the loss of a part or a whole litter of pigs. Insomnia. The most common cause of insomnia is disorder t of thestumach and constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets co rect these disorders and enable you to sleep. For sale by Paul'Drag Co. A Night Of im-yrov- ed J. C. YATES con-bcIo- us be-mus- e 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyviile. A HE FLEW HIGH By ALBERT L. FORD James Q. Diddle spent a day or so at Horse Cave the first of the week. Jame3 Gilpin and Tobe Coomer, of Sparksville, were in our midst taSPJSHBn TRAGED"" j ?I4 MILES TO. PODUNK ifiK7jnn I II B w I Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. Always'appreciates trade from Adair and A I "Mr. Wilson," said Billy Morehouse, standing meekly before a stern looking man with mutton chop whiskers and beetling brows, "I have come with your daughter Jennie's consent to ask jou for her as my wife." The gentleman looked at the young :nan before him, evidently framing a sentence to crush him. When it came Jt was like a bolt from heaven. "You, a steeplejack, marry my daughter! Do you think me a fool? What Mnd of a business is yours anyway? Zou risk your life for $o0, perhaps, and when you've done it once you do it again. You go up a spire in the presence of a gaping crowd. Do yon suppose they would be watching you if it were not for the probability of seeing you tumble down and get mashed into a jelly? And what kind of a life would 70ur wife lead? She would be in constant expectation of seeing your battered remains brought home in a wagon. "Marry my daughter! No, sir." Billy hung his head and said nothing Sor a few moments. Then he looked up and asked: "If I abandon the ancient and honorable steeplejack business for some other would you give your consent?" "The occupation is ancient and not dishonorable." was the reply. "If you want my d -- ghter and she wants you or un't have sent you to me ..ave to look up in the matter of yi" must fly an occupation. My higher than being a steeplejack. It's too late for you to study a profession, but you may yet make a business man of yourself. There are many occupations far more commendable than that of climbing steeples." "It doesn't do for a man to waste iis time learning to do things and ihen abandon them. Suppose I should become proficient in something as I am in climbing steeples and you should aot be satisfied with It, and then I learned something else, and then" "You engage in something above steeplejacking and you may have Jen-atprovided it pays you enough to support her." "All right Mr. Wilson. I'll try to fly higher than steeplejacking." The last words woiv not hoard by the elder man. He had no confidence In Billy's ability to make a living at anything except the line he had fallen into- and felt perfectly safe in agree-iE- g to give his daughter to him provided he could support her by a more acceptable occupation. Six months passed, and Mr. Wilson heard nothing more of his would be Die kept an eye climbing on his daughter and was reassured at not seeing any evidence of dissatisfaction on her part He was congratulating himself that she had forgotten the steeplejack man when one day she son-in-la- w e, last Thursday. Miss Sallie Diddle,ofCojum-bia- , is visiting relatives here this week. 4 Chatman Browning and W. C. Yates, of Milltown, were in our midst the first of the week. Mr. R. 0. Keltner, wife and daughter, SDent a day or so in Louisville, the first of the week. The cold wave the first of last week was the cause of several nice hogs being slaughtered in this section. Mrs. Susan Grissom, of Columbia, is visiting the family of W. M. Wilmore, this week. H. A. Moss and wife, of Greensburg, called in to see their relatives here, on their return from Cumberland county, last "Yes, we heat the house with wood fire and we save money by doing it. We believe in regulating the heat according to the weather. That is the only waj to be perfectly comfortable and avoid wasting fuel. "But to do so, you must have a Adjoining Counties and is'constantly of fering andjgiving tojail comers,5Bargains in all Lines offgoodsT Cole's Original Air-Tig- ht Wood Stove "For the secret of satisfactorily burning wood is absolute draft control. "And you get It in no other stove but this. "Air-tigconstruction with thin polished steel radiating surfaces, permits a slow and economical combustion from which every bit of heat is sent out into the room instead of up the flue. "You get much heat or little heat, and just as you like it. "You get a steady, comfortable heat all night for it holds the fire. "It is a remarkably Inexpensive heater, and you are losing both money and comfort as long as you do without one." mmfimFmwmmz laf UMMW vy fJr " firZffwjElX. "Cole's," the Original Patented Air - Tight Heater is sold only by us. ht K Willsend Dry Goods, Clothing'and Shoes to anypoint,5by Pareels Post prepaid,' Any goodsjnot satisfactory can Qbe re Friday, silT? HHm This is the first time in the experience of thirty years in the mercantile business, that your turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days after sent out M reporter remembers eggs selling at thirty cents per'dozenlon this market. James, the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Moss, was on the sick list for a few days the first of the week. Reed & Miller 332 a5lut?s5i22- - Woodson Lewis Herman Il - son-in-la- 3Aid: "Papa. I want you to take a walk with me this afternoon." "A business man take a walk in the ifteruoon? What are you thinking of. jweetheart?" "It's Saturday afternoon, and there's Judge N. H. Moss, of Columbia, spent a day or so on his farm near here, last week. Baker & Morrison, of Columbia, will move their saw mill near this place, in a short time. They have a lot of timber bought Mrs. W. M. Wilmore has suffered intensely for the past three weeks, with something like a felon on her finger. Mrs. J. D. Walker and Mrs. Geo. H. Nell, of Columbia, spent one day last week visiting their relatives in this community. Mr. J. 0. Moore bought last of Ed- C. Tafel M 236 W. Jefferson, St. AH Louisville,JKy. Things Electrical Write for Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet t Telegraph Inst. it Telephone Pats the Horse !n the Background HEN this car isn't working, it doesn't eat. Not one cent does it cost to keep except when it is actually on eats the road for you. The IsSlL up profit every day in the horse win year, ter and summer. He works for only about six months in the j'ear and he eats ten pounds for every hour he works. The International Motor Truck divides by two sometimes three the time you spend on the road with your horses. The horse tires in six hours' work the International carries loads from dawn to dark. In speed and economy it wins. enterprising busiHundreds of ness men in all lines of business today consider distance not in miles but in minutes because they have left their horses to do the slower, heavier work where they are more profitable, and are doing all their light hauling with an i up-to-date, Medical Battery-electri- c Light Linemen Tools and Line Material Birdseve view oi our Plant week, of Mrs. Hamilton, ao need of your going to your ollice, for there is no one there." monton, several barrels of extra The gentleman was persuaded, and the two sallied forth. Jennie suggest-3- d old corn, at $5 per barrel. .that they take a trolley ride into Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flower3 the country. This they did and finally found themselves in open ground. spent a few days at Jamestown, They stroIUid about for some time part of last week, vis when suddenly Mr. Wilson, shading his the latter ayes from the sun with his hands. iting their relatives. aid: Mrs. Jack Bragg, of Basil, "What a big bird that Is over there!" "I think it's coming this way." died very suddenly one morning The bird did come that way. growing larger and larger as it neared them. last week. As we understand "Why. it's an aeroplane!" remarked she had been in her usual health Mr. Wilson. "So It is!" chimed Jennie. until just a few minutes before They watched it sailing along high ap in the air. its two great wings ex- her death. tended, looking for all the world like Mr. L. B. Hurt, of Columbia, a soaring eagle. It passed a thousand fftet over their heads, turned and made our town one day last week swooped downward like a seagull after in the interest of collecting tax2. ash, passing not more than fifty his colfeet above them. es. We understand "Hellor Jennie!" cried the aeronaut. lections were very good. "Hello. Billy!" replied Jennie. 'W&a!; does this mean?" exclaimed Rev. Christie has just closed a the fatHer, bridling. Billy turned again and, passing with- very interesting meeting at Pickin ten yards of them, replied: Chapel Quite a number of "Why, you told me, Mr. Wilson, that ett's If I wanted Jennie I must fly higher professions, and the church and' than steeplejacking, and I'm doing it community greatly revived. There's no steeple higher than several hundred feet, and I've been up several Mr. Henry Parson and family, thousand." "Nonsense!" exclaimed the father. some of our best citizens, will "Jennie," reproachfully, "how could Liber-t- v. you bring your father out here on leave us in a few days for purpose "to make a fool of him?" where Mr. Parson has ac- "I didn't papa. I brought you out here to show you that Billy has got cepted a position in the roller the better of you. I want Billy, and mill at that place. We certainly Billy wants me. Now, do be a good, sensible papa and tike Billy into your commend this good family to the business and let us be happy." citizens of town, "IFm! This was your doing. I know your tricks and your manners." Then Mr. Henry Squires, one of the tOfBilly, "Take that ungodly great bird hack, to where you got it and tomorrow best farmers in Green county, morning come to my office." several barrels of extra Mr. Wilson was partly right After delivered lite interview with Billy the two con good corn to different parties spirators put their heads together and week, at $4.25 per barRevised a scheme which Jennie, know- here last ing her father's disposition, believed rel. We had the pleasure of consyould be the best way to attack him. an hour or 'Any. attempt to force him would have versing with him for resulted In failure. It was the utter more on the subject of making ant of sense in the plan that concorn on the Russell creek bot-ATquered, Billy la now running his fatber-inand wft must sav here. aw's bcslnesa j'jvtgg:-:"''''- g ? j- - -- 2l -- jv,...'- ""V'f-j:-- . 1 International Motor Truck Every modern horse-use- r, farmer and business man, loses money every year he goes without one. In economy, reliability, strength, and ease of management, it has never been excelled. The wheels are high enough to insure ample tractive power and the solid tires reduce tire costs to a minimum. The motor is simple, with power for all emergencies. Brakes are powerful. The car is controlled by a single convenient lever, and speed changes are made easily and surely without danger of stripping gears. It will pay you to know all about the i International. Write our nearest office. Offices V" -. . "Largest 'jrJU $ f ' ' m Dixie" W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. Incorporated tt Ciocbnili, 0.: Evanrville, lad.: Knoivill;, Tenn.; Memptu, Teen.; New Albany. lod.; Parkersbur;, Vr Va. (Incorporated) Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN WHOLESALE Internationa! Harvester Company of America CHICAGO USA that he farms on scientific rules, help. Try it, us it will do the some and when you hear him explain for you. Best medicine for coughs,- colds., toroat and lung troubles. Mon-nohe uses those ncn, fertile . ey back if it fails Price 50c & $lQQ bottoms, you will not be sur- - All rfnurirists bv mail. TT. "E Bucklen prised to know that' he has corn , Co- - liuelpina. or St. Louos. For sale by Paull Drug Co. w ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Qalvaniztd and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. , I I to sell every year. A i Consumptive Cough. A cough that bothers you continually is one of ahe danger signals which warns, of consumption. Dr. King's New Discovery stop the cough, loosen the chest, banish fever and let you sleep peacefully. The first dose checks the symptoms and gives prompt relief. Mrs. A. F. Mertz, of wa choking and gasping for breath during an attack of croup, and nothing in the house to relieve it. Many mothers have passed nights of terror in this situation. A little forethought will enable you to avoid all this. Chamberlin's Cough Remedy is a cerGlen Ellyn, Iowa, writes: "Dr. King's tain cure for croup and has never been jn ew Discovery cured a stuborn cough known to fail. Keep it at hand. For after six weeks' doctoring failed to sale by Paull Drug Co. R Night of Terror. Eew nights 'are more terrible than that of a mother looking on her child Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- CO. 6 Eaat MatketlStreer.JfietweenlPirsr andjBrook Louisville,' Ky. v 1