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The Adair County news: November 26, 1913 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1913 ada1913112601_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: November 26, 1913 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. (fi tf VOLUMF XVII mm nuaiw P11UD M ri . iMi mi 4 m m MM . . "" . - COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26, 1913. The Robber Caught. Buster Anderson a desperate colored man, is now in jail at Campbellsville, charged with robbing Mr. J. A. Dulworth's store at Camp Knox, the robbery having occurred two weeks ago. Anderson was suspected, and he left the neighborhood, going to Campbellsville. A warrant was procured for his arrest and placed in the hands of jailer Peterson, who cited the darkey, who at once took to his heels. The jailer fired his gun at him and he NUMBER 4 A SAD MESSAGE i Thanksgiving. Lippincott, speaking of Thanksgiving says: Thanksgiving is the day when every one says he is thankful, and wants to eat turkey to prove it. If you haven't anything else to be thankful for, you are not a turkey. Thanksgiving day was first observed py the Pilgrims, who were thankful that thev had five grains, of corn apiece. In these extravagaut times a man wouldn't be thankful if he had ten grains of corn which shows conclusively that we are prosperous. The trusts are doing a noble work in remedying this evil condition. People have various unreasonable reasons for being thankful on Thanks giving day. Some men are thankful they took a wife, and some are thank f ul they didn't take two. Bachelor maids are thankful they are not "hor rid bachelors," and a married woman is always thankful that her husband has a good wife. It is easy to be thankful if you go about it right. But the thing people are most thankful for is their money even though they came by it honestly. The more a man has, the more thankful he is that it isn't less, and the less a man has the less likely he is to be thankful because it isn't more. Be thankful, therefore, that you haven't too much to be thankful for. Turkey tastes all the better for coming but once a year. THANKSGIVING GAME. Bazaar School The Ladies of the Baptist Church have been hard at work for several months getting ready for the Bazaar which will be open to the public on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. Before you get your grocery bill filled for Thanksgiving dinner, visit our grocery counter on which you will find dressed turkeys, fresh butter and "eggs, cakes and pies. At the Bazaar you will find a very attractive Japanese booth in which will be many beautiful baud painted Japanese pictures, post cards, place cards, calendars, book marks, also much attractive embroidered linen work done by our fellow neighbors. There will be an abundance of hand work done by home talent which will be very useful as well as beautiful. After visiting all of these counters and doing your Christmas shopping do not forget to refrest yourself at the lunch counter where you will be served with hot chocolate and coffee, sandwiches and candies. Quite an Honor. Lindsey-Wilso- n Mrs. Cecil Hurt, Wife of Mr. L. C. Hurt, Dies in Louisville Near Columbia. MANY FRIENDS ATTENDED THE FUNERAL Training vs. Jamestown. Buried At seven o'clock Thursday evening the team of the L. W.T. S. will meet Jamestown on the floor of the school gymnasium. Jamestown on Saturday won the championship of Russell coun ty. L. W. T. S. defeated a Columbia team Friday night, 19 to 8 The game Adwill be one of unusual interest. mission 20 cents. Your p'resence will help us to win. Mr. A. Mr. Albert n r Possessing a most friendly disposition, and a kind word for every body she met, made Cecil Shreves Ilurt, the beloved wife of Claud Hurt, one of Columbia's most, popular young women. She was a friend to everybody'and everybody was her friend, hence her death brought great sorrow to her home town. The end came in St. Anthony IIos pital, Louisville, last Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, where, a few weeks before, she had submitted to an operation. Her husband, relatives and friends had but little hope after she went under the knife, as her decline was very perceptible from day to day until the final dissolution. Her husband was with her almost constantly after she went to the hospital, and for several weeks before her demise her brother, Mr. Sam Shreves, and her cousin, Miss Amanda Butler, were daily present, and many friends called to make inquiry. If the writer remembers correctly the deceased was born in Taylor counts', and a short time after the death of her mother, who was a Miss Johnston, before her marriage, a sister of Mrs. Josh Butler, who liveSliear Columbia, she came to the home of the latter to live, and was loved and tenderly cared for as one of the family until her marriage to Mr. L. C. Hurt, which occurred about fifteen years ago. After their union the couple went to g in the husband's residence on Greensburg street, this place. Mrs. nurt took, much pleasure in entertaining her friends; every one who visited her were made to feel perfectly happy her pleasant disposition bringing sunshine to those who were in her presence. While she and her husband owned a comfortable home in this place, for the past several years they lived in Louisville, and for a time conducted a boarding house, the wife looking after the guests, the husband, the most of the time, being a collector for a sewing machine company, but later connected with the city street car com-panhouse-keepiny. K Stone Dead. dist Church, taking a great interest w Stone, who was a citizen, of the Fairplay country, this county, died last Saturday night at 11 o'clock. He was seventy-seven years old, and his whole life was spent in the neighborhood where he died For many years he was a devoted member of the Tabor Methowell-know- K Miss Irene Smith, the 10 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Smith, of Indianapolis, and granddaughter of Mr. W. T. McFarland, of this city, was awarded the prize in a contest given by the Superintendent of the Junior League in her home, church. She memorized one hundred and fifty-thre- e verses and told the chapter and book of bible from which they came. The little girl nearest; Irene memorized one hundred and! stopped. Before reaching the jail eight verses Columbia feels iustlv with the prisoner the latter overpow- proud that Irene is one of her daught ered Mr. Peterson, and would have ers. escaped had not Joe Dulworth, who came to the scene, and shot the negro, A Small Fire. not fatally: After the darkey was landed in jail he confessed and impliThe dwelling house of Martha Page, cated a white man. HONOR ROLL. Graded and High ichoo!. First Grade. Mary Elizabeth Hatcher Frances Browning - The remains reached here Saturday afternoon, many friends calling to take the last look of the one they dearly loved in life. The interment was in the Butler graveyard Sunday afternoon, a large circle of relatives and friends being present. There were many beautiful floral deigns. B. J. Bowlin. Mr. S. D. Barbee pujchased a farm "S. P. Miller. Diphtheria, sixty-fou- r acres, near New W. R. Grissom. containing Pneumonia, Albany, last week and in about ten Puerperal Fever, days he will remoye, with his family S. J. Simmons, W. F. Cartwright. to it. Mr. Barbee says he certainly U. L. Taylor. got a bargain. On A Paper by the farm is a nice The meeting will be at Dr. Cart- - dwelling containing eight rooms, all wright's office, at 10 o'clock, a. m. necessary including U. L. Taylor, Secretary, barns. All the rooms of the dwelling S. P. Miller, President. are nicely carpeted, and in the transfer Mr. Barbee gets two head of horses, A Mistake. three fine hogs, sixty shocks of corn, five vehicles, buereries. a surrev and a A mistake was made when the town wagon, a big lot of hay and a number council refused to purchase rock for of other articles. The consideration the streets at a price that would justi- for the entire outfit, S3,000. The reafy crushing the stone and by so do- son this property was sold so cheap, ing really forced the sale of the the owner recently lost his wife. cruslier. Gravel and sand make good, but short life roads, and in the end REPORT OFTH.E CONDITION crushed stone is cheaper. It is our OF THE judgment that Columbia would fare better to use stone instead of gravel and that it would be good business to buy a crusher for its own use. out-buildin- in religious work. He was an honor- REPORT OF THE CONDITION able citizen, a good neighbor, and will OF THE be greatly missed, ne was a brother-in-laof Mr. Jesse V. White, this place, Mr. James White, of Coburg, and Mr. Harmon White, of Fairplay. The funeral services were held Mon- Doing Business at Casey's day morning at 10 o'clock, conducted Creek, County of Rdair, by his pastor, Rev. J. SChandler, and State of Kentucky, the interment was in the Stone graveAt the Close of Business on yard. Notice. Many friends paid their last respects the 14th Day of Nov., 1 91 3. to this good man. It is reported at The Adair County Medical Society this office that the deceased was a vicRESOURCES will meet in Columbia, Ky.. on Thurs- tim of Bright's disease. Loans and Discounts io $18 40 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 123 25 day, December 4th, 1913. with the G 0S1 83 Due from Banks following program: Will Remove to Indiana. Cash on hand 2 290 81 The Financial Problem, Checks and other cash items FARMERS BANK Luciie Winfrey Margaret Patteson Allen Patteson Bertram Denny Harlan Judd Cameron Wilson Bertha Whited Second Grade. Mary Ann Dohoney Bell-Ann- a of color, was consumed by fire la3fc Wednesday, just after dark. The building was located on the Burkes-vill- e pike, near the colored Methodist church. Two boys had gone up stairs and were preparing to retire, when the lamp was upset, setting fire to the bed clothing and the clothing of the smaller boy, but he was rescued by his companion, and in a few minutes the house was on fire, burning to the ground in a very.short time. One trunk was all that was saved. Report of the Condition of the Bank of Cumberland Doing Business - Yirgie nawkins Allene Nell Willie Rosenbaum Frances Russell Nell Smith Henry Dohoney Lee Cravens ' Town of Burkesville, County of Cumberland, State of Kentucky at the at the Close of Business on Banking House, Furniture,and the Fixtures Other Real Estate 2 Nov. 1913. nth day of 3G0 00 Total $33 00129 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash $15 Surplus Fund 1 Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to check 21 Total STATE OF KENTUCKY 000 00 200 00 518 35 2S3 94 Paul Finn John Beard Williard Browning Joe nutchinson Henry Sandusky resources Loan3 and Discounts Stocks, bonds and other securities Due from Banks Cash on hand Bankins: House. Furniture and Fixtures Total 11102103 J. Frank Walker Thjrd Grade. Mabel Breeding Rachel Coffey Carrie Grissom Marie Ingram Lonas Moss Marshall Paull Mabel Rosenbaum Leda Strange Tate Finn it 3 327 51 59 797 05 993 IS 5 224 000 0O IIS St $38 004 29 County of Adair i Set We JIc C. Goodoand J. C. Nichols,President and Cashier of. the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of 'our knowledge and belief. Mc C. Goode, President. UABIUTIF.S Capital Stock piad in. in cash Surplus Fund , 20 000 00 20 000 00 1 Undivided Profits, less Expenses and taxes paid--- . . Deposits subject to check. .. Cashier's checks outstanding 'l 03 179 SXl 33 C. Nichols, cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of Nov., 1913 My commission expires the 19th, day of Feb. .T. DueBank3and Trust panies.. 2500 09 530 &2 Com- Foster Pickett Fourth Grade. Payne Garvin Robert Gill Virginia Smith Mell Sinclair Nora Rasner 1916. W. C. Wolford, Notary Public. Adair county, Ky. see GRADYVILLE STATE Every body will Thursday. the -- game For Sale. Mammoth Bronze Turkeys. Mrs. Rollin Hurt. Mr. Doing The religious exercises were conducted by her pastor, Eld. Z T. Williams, who paid a high tribute to the life and character of this beloved young woman, whose stay upon earth was thirty-seve- n years, and from girlhood doing all the gocd she could. This paper is in sympathy with all those who so keenly feel the loss. Valuable 4-- 2t. Property for Sale Cane Valley. at A dwelling house and necessary outbuildings. Also a double 2 story frame store house, new and Known as S. G. Banks Corner. Also blacksmith shop in rear with opening to front. For further particulars call on, write or 'phone, e. John Eubank, Cane Valley, Ky. fh that star route carriers deliver mail along their respective routes to farmers. It Is reported that in one section of the country people who failed to get their mail promptly, made com plaint and were notified from Wash-ingto- if that they would have to build Vnnrp. n hnr nhnnf io1in better roads before the star route carKTillio time to deliver npars old, who got so badly mangled riers could take the get busy in this their mail. Better by being caught on the shaft at part of the country. Smith's roller mill, ten days ago, is slowly recovering. Both of his legs Bruce Jarbo, a boy about 17 years Iwere broken, one of them in three dif-, . . old, who once lived here with, his fal,lereuu piaues. ther, thejatter at the time was runO- - P. Bush, pastor of the Bap ning a spoke factory, got killed in a Eev. preach at the Pres- - mill at McKinney, Ky., one day last tist Church, will oyterian church next Sunday. week. He got caught in a line shaft. The Graded School' boys, who went to Monticello to engage the Graded School team of that city in a basket ball contest, returned Sunday night. They spoke in the highest terms of Monticello, their cordial treatment by the entire town, and gave that place credit for having the best school team in the State. It was an inspiration to see the Wayne county boys, play. In fact, the Columbia aggregation was beaten quickly and so decisively that it did not know it was in the contest, the score being 46 to 4 in favor of the Monticello boys. A return game will be played in this place Thursday, Thanksgiving. H. K. Taylor, who clerks in Mr. Frank Sinclair's store, is responsible the 14th day of Nov., 1913. tfiis statement, which he says is for RESOURCES 34 105 93 true: Just now inany turkeys and Loans and Discounts 1 297 30 Overdrafts, secured and geese are being driven to the depot Stocks, Bonds and otherunsecured Securities at Campbellsville, and unless the feet Due from Banks 7 370 01 2 425 79 of geese are protected they make Cash on hand slow progress. Mr. Taylor said that Banking House Furniture and 2 917 C9 Fixtures experienced poultry drivers shod their geese before starting to the market. Total $ 43 11C SO LIABILITIES The parties to whom he was talking said they never heard of such a thing Capital stock paid in, in 15 000 00 and asked him to explain. He did so Cash..... Surplus Funds 54 59 as follows: "Before leaving with your Undivided Profits, less expenses geese get a bucket of tar and a smooth and taxes paid 1 100 86 31 961 35 plank, pour the tar on the plank, Chen Deposits Subject to check pick up the geese one at a time, set- Unpaid Dividends ting their feet in the tar, turn them 48 116 80 loose and in a "short time a thick coat STATE OF KENTUCKY i Set. of dirt will form, and the fowls can County of Adair We J. A. Diddle andC. President and walk to Campbellsville before it wears Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly off. Without doing this the feet of swear that the above statement is true to the the geese get sore by the time they best of our knowledge and belief. travel a few miles and they have to be J. A. Diddle, President. C. O. Moss. Cashier. taken up and hauled." We learn Gradyville County of Adair State of Kentucky. At the Close of Business on ANK, Business at Town of '!., Mr. R. O. KeJtner, quite an old gen tleman, who lives in the Gradyville country, made a narrow escape last Friday morning. He was in a buggj', driving a mare that he had been working in single harness for four years, and he thought she was perfectly gentle, and was en route to Columbia. Opposite Mr. S. IT. Mitchell's resi- , u t ucul; &ll ueuuiue iiiyiimneu, im. Keltuer thinks,, at dog, and she commenced to run, kicking as she ran, With difficulty Mr. Keltner got out of the buggy and escaped from being-killeor crippled. The owner of the mare willtrade or sell her, but he wants the public to know of this circumstance. Fifth Grade. Nellie Sims of Kentucky Senate. Total.... 22111SS4 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND. Set. we C- - W. Alexander and S. M. Youncr. I'r5u- dent and A Cashier of the above named Bank da solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. C. W. Alexander. President. S. M. Youn?, A. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me tfcis 28th. day of Nor. 1913. My Commission expires end of next eioa. S .Katie Taylor Elmer Moss Sixth Grade. Corinne Breeding' Nell Hancock Frances Reed S. Saadklse. N. P. Correct Attest: C. W. Alexander. S. H. Yours W. F. Alexander. Directed. :..nA Killed Near Dunnville. Sunday afternoon Levi B. Gosser, a notorious character, who removed from Eussell county to Casey county, was shot and instantly killed near Dunnville by his step-soa 3oung man named Phelps. About four weeks ago Gosser abused his wife and left home. Sunday he undertook to visit his wife's home. He was drunk and had upon his perseeing His srep-soson a revolver. him approaching, ordered him to stop, but he went on making threats as he went. Youug Phelps believing that he was intent upon doing his mother bodily harm, fired and killed him. Gosser had served two years in the Frankfort penitentiary for killing his brother, n, n, Ruth Wilson Joe Wilson Wallace Coffey Kinniard Rowe Creel Beck Mr. H. D. Wilson, who was a prom- inent citizen of Greensburg, for many years cashier of the Peoples' Bank, died very suddenly in Louisville, the first of last week. At the time of his death he was President of the aforesaid bank. He was about 63 years old and a victim of pneumonia. good roads proposition in hand, and its action is having a good effect in some parts of the country. It is known ment at Washington has taken the that the post-offic- e depart- Subscribed and sworn to before me this J20th day of Nov., 1913. My commission expires January 22, 1910. Geo, E. Nell Notary Public M. Yilmorev Strong Hill Directors. I Burdett, our local mule dealer, purchased about fifteen in the last week, at from $140 to $200 per head. He purchased an extra pair of mare mules last Saturday. They are five years old and 1G hands high. They were weighed to him at 20 cents per pound and the two tipped the beam at 2,500 pounds, the two bringing $500. S. M. Seventh Grade. Vera Taylor Cary Jackman Willim Thompson Eighth Grade. Maude Jackman Cary Feese "" Bonnie Judd Anna Eubank Lutitia Paull Sarah Coffey Shreve Davis Margaret Lovett " . Ninth Grade. Ruth Hamilton Creel Nell Mary Riggins in-la- Drs L. F. Page and R. I. Blake- Through the efforts of Senatortraan, of Indianapolis, Ind., Messrs. W. Ollie James, Mr. M. L. Mitchell's pep-sio- h A. Coffey and E. "B. Barger were in has been increased to thirty dol- the Esto neighborhood, Eussell .counlars per month. Attorney General ty, hunting birds two days of last James Garuett, through Mr. Mitchell week. They found quail scarce, the Katherine Gill furnished Senator James with the whole layout only getting sixty. Bryan Garnett facts. The application had beeniy-in- g Grace Conover f at Washington for several years, There are six shoats on my place, Emmett Riggins marked, crop off right ear and slit in and seemingly the department had Smith Gill left. The owner can have them by lost sight of it. ' Mary Myers paying feed and this notice. Dora Eubank T. A. Holiday. With weather conditions favorable, the brick work on the new Baptist There are three bank statements Ed Means, who run a whisky joint church will be completed this week and in a fevweeks thereafter it will published in the News this week. A near Sand Lick Spring, in Cumberland careful reading is asked by each in- county, just over the Adair line, and be closed in. who in a difficulty at his place with a stitution. man named Branham, shooting him, Persons writing to this office asking-thaj- j Rev. I. M. Grimsley closed an in you want to see a fast game of not dangerously, was tried afc Burkes-vill- e Save furnace coal Spring and Fall by their address be changed, must if. vesting singing school at Conover using Cole's Air Tight Wood Stove. state their former address. Keep basket ball, be at the Graded School last week, the. jury giving him ' two years in thepenitantiary. Ichool house on the 23rd. .grounds Thanksgiving- afternoon. I holds the fire all night. It this in mind. . - Nannie Faulkner Tenth Grade." Arthur Holladay Clay Smith Mary Breeding Edgar Diddle Young Todd v Lettie Dunbar Eleventh Grade. The many friends of Mr. George W. Montgomery,.of this place, son of Hon. and Mrs. J. F. Montgomery, will be glad to learn that he is now employed as clerk in the Bradentown, Fla. He will have charge of the registry and money order departments. This information comes from the Bradentown Fla., Journal. post-offic- e, Mrs. Fanuie G. Taylor, daughter of Mr. W. I. Meader, has been ap--. pointed postmistess at Campbellsville. The appointment will be confirmed at once and she will take charge of the office about the first of next month. An address delivered by Mrs. N. B. Miller, who before her marriage, was Miss Kate Winfrey, who was reared and.married in Columbia, is published elsewhere in this paper. It will be of. interest to her many friends. 1 The ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will not meet as was announced with MfS Triplett this week. Further notice of the meeting will be given later. r-4, fr- -- A ' 'f THE ADAIR BOUNTY NEWS 5." ' if. ufSg ENTIRE CITY IS SHAKEN AND MANY ARE EXCITED. Atlanta People Are Dumfounded by Sensational Results that low Use of Strange New Liquid and Reports of Startling Cures Continue to Appear. CAN NOW BE OBTAINED AT DRUG STORE HERE. Fol' ?V white chiffon with a touch of SEEKING TO SAVE chiffon the color of the skirt. around the bottom of the DOOMED WOMAN skirt and sleeve is a border of white fur. The other gown for shopping or calling, is to be Mrs. Wakefield Sentenced to worn under a fur coat, and is of orchid broadcloth. MAY Special All Notice Be Hanged. ' icine was explained one could hear shories of startling results obtained by those who have len using it. A very interesting and remarkable experience was related by Mr. Wilson Gaines of 318 Western avenue, who is n in railway circles, having employed as switchman by the been Central Railway of Georgia for eight years. Mr. Gaines explained that he had been troubled on and off for Ave years and that he suffered intensely. When asked to give a description of his case he said: "I suffered fearfully from rheumatism in my joints and it was especially severe during wet or changeable weather. My digestion was poor and I would sometimes belch gas after eating, x suuerea uisu iruiu headaches, backaches, painful urination and was nervous fnd irritable well-know- is now on but little or no relief- - She new Root uoiU- - of this the third Juice treatment and we are delighted with the results. She has gained in strength, has a splendid appetite, sleeps well at night and feels better than she has in four years. In fact three bottles of this new medicine has done more for her than all the hundred aud forty I spoke of." At almost any hour of the day in the drug store where the new med- rheumatism for months and who had to be carried about claim to have recovered as if by miracle after using the strange new medicine for a very short time and are now walking the streets enjoying the best of health. Sufferers Irorn stomach trouble, who could not drink a glass of water w ith-osuffering afterward and .who claimed to have suffered agonies from indigestion, headaches, belching, and bloating, pains after meals and other simiki- - ri stresses now declare they rty appetite, can eat any-- j . i. .. -- nd never suiter from any of uicbe symptoms. Many prominent and influential people or this city have used the treatment with pronounced success and a number have given out statements for publication. Among these is Mr. H. P. Seay, 19 E. Pavillion Street, whose wife has been practically an invalid for four years. When seen and asked about his wife's experience, Mr. Seay said: "It is true that Mrs. Seay has been wonderfully benefited by the new treatment. She has been suffering from stomach and kidney troubles for four j'ears and lately these became complicated with nervous prostration. We tried several doctors, but they did not seem to help her and then we started trying every remedy we heard of. During her illness Mrs. Seay has used one hundred aud forty bottles 'of n medicines with various ut There is slight suggestion of Home People Will Have Opportunity to Investigate New Liquid the peg top in this gown mereThat Has Caused So Much Excitement by Remarble ly a suggestion, however, there Results in Atlanta and Elsewhere. is more than the usual breadth seems to be uo Sometimes I could not sleep at night Atlanta Ga. There end to the excitement that has been and I grew weak and run down.. I about the hips and the bottom of tried several doctors and least ten or created here by the strange and results following the use of the twelve medicines without rinding a the skirt is nearly two yards new Root Juice treatment in cases of cure. I have been using this new stomach and kidney disorders and Root Juice treatment twenty days wide. now and am feeling better every day. rheumatism. of the severest cases that could I have spent at least $250 seeking a Some Nearly Every Child Has Worms. be found have been treated success- cure without even getting relief, but fully with the new liquid and so quick I find the juice treatment is fast curPaleness, at times a flushed face, un have the results been in many cases ing me. The medicine has proved to natural hunger, picking the nose, that the sufferers aud their friends be worth its weight in gold to me." Mr. II. L. Bassinger, of 118 Elm great thirst, ect., are indications of were dumfounded. helpless from street, Macon, said he had suffered worms Kickapoo Worm killer is a Persons who were mys-tifjin- ESCAPE THE GALLOWS. g Various Organizations and Prominent Women In Connecticut Protest Against Extreme Penalty She, With Aid of a Man, Brought About the 'Death of Her Husband. Hartford, Conn. Aroused as tbey never have been before, Connecticut women of every walk in life are shouldering the burden of preventing the state from inflicting the death punish- Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once jrom rheutism and stomach trouble for nine years and that although four doctors had told him there was no cure lor him, the first bottle of the juice treatment had given him relief and that he was feeling line. A lady who gave her name as Mrs. Mattie Colquitt and her address as 400 Cromley streee, said: "I suffered thirteen years from indigestion, gas on the stomach and belching. I used to throw up half what I ate and suffered fearfully. I spent a lot of money on doctors and medicines, but got no relief. When 1 heard about Root Juice and the great things it was doing for the sick, I tried it and although I have taken only one bottle I am beginning to feel fine. My food digests now and what I eat stays down. I know this new medicine is doing me a world of good and I believe it is going to cure me completely afier thirteen years of suffering. I, for one, can certainly recommend it to any one in my condition." Lack of space makes it impossible to print all of the many similar stories that were told, but it is safe to say that at least a dozen people recited equally interesting and startling experiences. reliable, thoaough medicine for moval of all kincs of 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 perfecaly safe for eveu the mosa delicate children. Kickapoo Worm Killer makes children happy and healthy. 25c. Guaranteed. Try t. Drug stores or by mail. Kickapoo Indiana Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. For sale by Paull f Drug Co. re- ment upon Mrs. Bessie .7. "Wakefield, convicted as an accomplice in the murder of her husband. From every conceivable vantage point wives and daughters of prominent men, suffragists and women opposed to their sex exercising the right of franchise are attacking as disgrace- - The Government Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year vw ',-- . ' .vr if ') Hogwallaw News. Raz Barlow says belonging to the Excelsin fiddling band is an ureal Bargain f. II) Hi- h, w j. ,. f vv awful "strain" on his fiddle. The Old Miser at Musket Ridge presented the Hog Ford preacher with a hickorynut yesterday. Atlas Peck spent the forepart of the week in the Calf Ribs community and upon his return was accompanied by a brindle cow. "WONDEREUL 3IEDICIXE CAN NOW 1?E OBTAINED HERE. ww j (V well-know- ueoole. suffering from various forms of stom ach, liver, kidney ana nowei aisoraers, will find in thenew treatment the same wnnriprfni results, which have been experienced by those who have already it--, Local people are to be given an opportunity to test, the Isew Root Juice which lias been effecting thehe marvelous results and which created so much excitement in Atlanta during the demonstration at that place. The main laboratories at Fort Wayne, Ind., where the medicine is prepared, have made arrangements so druggists can now procure it through their wholesalers and those who have not already placed it in stock can , easily get it. Any person who suffers from indigestion, belching, bloating, pains after mea's, loss of appetite, headaches, sleeplessness, nervousness, backaches, weak kidneys, impure blood, rheumatic dains or other symptoms of functional disturbances of the stomach, liver, kidneys, or bowels can therefore, obtain the Root Juice in one dollar bottles at any good pharmacy or by writing direct to the Root Juice Laboratories at Fort WTayne, Ind. In view of the phenorainal cures that have been reported from rrp.ii-.mp.nelse-uriior- A i. :x' jr . r j. ;--, v yy i v ' ..'W xa iH,: mmiim ?4&Z w " " ' "jw WjOCC'-- : . .' m::. .. s f r V t The Louisville Daily Herald And the r w W r" &jifs. vttrara&ra ;- v-. - ikmmt,wjj ft$ v x """U" -- && -- .zw.w. W;V".'A,5H' . 'ifgb"-?i,-. . ..wvft'iW'3 : -. vtmimm. Otv. &SVX&Xju.?- T,Art.- ""i57i y , -i j A ' Asl. a . 'ftr r , ' tr '' zi Photo by American Press Association. MBS. BESSIE WAKEFIELD. Adair County News One Year Each is hfilifivfid that home usea it. One Girl's Bravery. of Combustibles it was said that the amount of dynamite was a New York girl, stood in her doorway of her home one night recently, to say Violet Perry, to a friend, when a little puff of smoke rose from good-night -- floor, almost at her feet. With an exclamation of surprise the Miss Wilson's Trousseau. On the floor girl looked down. lay an object unlike any she had One of Miss Jessie Wilson's inever seen, though instinctively she recognized something sinis- timate friends who has frequentter rin its appearance. Three ly been consulted about the trousfuses were sputtering and smok- seau, asserts that the wedding ing, and little crails of fire writh- outfit of the White House bride is neither extravagant nor laved toward the central mass only the necViolet had heard of bombs, ish, and embraces though she had never seem one. essary clothes for the wife of Mastering the terror which at the average citizen. This friend $5,000 was a liber;he thought seemed almost to also said that cost of the paralyze her, she sprang for- al estimate for the ward, .and stamped out the entire outfit, including the wed burning fues. Then faint and ding gown itself. tambling she went to call a Two attractive gowns in the j chiffon are policeman. The girl's intuition trousseau The velvet afternoon gown, made had not been mistaken. a plain draped skirt, mysterious object was a bomb, with of dyna- caught up slightly in front, made of three sticks pound, slightly trained to a long narmite, each weighing a row point in the back. each stick had a seperate .and The waist is of silver lace and attached. At the Bureau X, rose-colore- enough to blow up a battleship. There are fourteen familes in the building which is Violet's home, and the iife of everv inmate was in danger when the plucky girl risked her own life to stamp out the smoking fuses. fui and unwarranted the carrying out of the court edict that ilrs. Wakefield shall be hanged. The Deputy Constable"has deFrom every corner of the state the protests of the women are being voiced cided to capture that One Hun-dro- d in the form of publicly circulated petiof Dollars Reward that has tions to which many thousands pubnames are being signed daily, in been offered so long through the licity campaigns and in personal demands being made upon members of weekly papers by the Hall ;Ca-tarra- h the state board of pardons, legislator's and jurists. Although Mrs. Wakefield Cure Company. still is in a cell in the prison death house, ho word yet has been received Fletcher Hens tep, who is in- bjT her indicating what will be the result of the unique crusade. terested in all the public affairs If Mrs. Wakefield dies for the murder of the actual compoliat Washington andMexican war, missionher hnsband, inwas not accused of whifh she sleeps in his large square spectac- of having taken a hand, she will be the first woman put to death in the les now, since his wife papers state since 17SG. Connecticut's leniency toward women the ceiling with news papers. who have been convicted of murder is explained in part by its efforts to atone Miss Flutie Belcher haswrote for its unsavory l'ecord in Colonial days, when six women were burned or to the wholesale millinery houses hanged as witches. In 1743 Elizabeth Shaw, a feeble minded girl, was hangof Chicago asking to Sbefshown ed on her father's testimony that she Can Kentucky Elect a Democratic the Webb-Kenyo- n law passed the all their new styles inlhats, asjshe had killed ber infant child. She was executed after she had ridden a mile United States Senate will have Senator? wants to select oneS before they to the scaffold seated on her coffin and crying aloud to be saved. But since absolutely nothing to do with the are all picked over. Connecticut became a state only one woman has been legally put to death When the Senatorial race is liquor question, but the great The "Farmer's Rest"! eating within its limits. years discussed we frequently hear it trust question and others of a Mrs. Wakefield is twenty-fou- r at&Tick-vill- e. old and is one of six children of Mr. house has been opened political nature have to be setand Mrs. Hiram Webster of Middle-bur- claimed that if Hon. Owsley The tables areS allJSmade an uncultured, but honest, couStanley is nominated in the pri- tled and no Democrat in KengiveHthe ple, who for years have eked a bare extra large in order to living out of a rocky farm. mary next August he will be de- tucky whether "wet" or "dry" The daughter received practically no patrons plenty of room tofchew education, and she was only seven- feated by a Republican in No- wants a Republican Senator from teen when she was married to Waketheir beefsteak. Kentucky to misrepresent their field, a Bristol farm hand. She became vember because the Democatic views. They will elect a SenaAre you one of the very for- housekeeper for .Tames Plew. a Middle-bur- y will not vote For S3.00 this office. This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in tics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send jour subscriptions to i y, for "dry" voters farmer. tunate persons who, when"about Plew and Wakefield soon quarreled him. We also hear it claimed tor who will stand shoulder to her. Wakefield was found slain to put on your vest for the first about last June. Plew confessed the deed, that if Hon. J. C. W. Beckham shoulder with Ollie James, supbut time this autumn found, far each he and Mrs. Wakefield blamed is nominated that he cannot be porting both with voice and vote other for plotting the murder so down in one corner of thepocket that they could bo married. Plew. elected because the "wet" Dem- President Wilson's Admistration wlio has a wife and child, and Mrs. a great big nickel. Wakefield, who has two children, have ocratic voters will not support and no considerable number of been sentenced to be hanged on March Democrats will go away from the 4, 1914. him. Miss Fruzie Allsop was It has been stated in the Connecticut Neither of these statements party nominee, who everhe may cause of Poke Eazley's mule press that the vote of the board must be unanimous to commute a sentence, running away Monday evening. but the law was changed four years are true. Many men who are be, on a strictly local question vote of five making them do n o t believe which has nothing whatever to The mule ran for some distance, ago to make a favorable members effective. do with a United States Senal with children when it reached the forks of Mrs. Wakefield'sboy, who is are years them themselves, but are using six her parents. The We have just had an elect the the road and then, being d uBe and the girl, who is four, know this argument to defeat either of a Democratic Senator in the nothing of their parents' fate, and they decided which way to go, stop- flaily say to their grandmother, "Mam-to- a one or the other of them for the close State of Maryland, which will be home today." Nobody questions ped and turned back. many women have nomination. The fact that has gone Republican much of ten-e- r been convicted of single handed and the loyal Democracy of either of premeditated murder in Connecticut In than Kentucky, where Blair A Night Of Insomnia. the last half century, and that all have these distinguished gentlemen. Lee was elected by the largest The most common cause of insomnia escaped the death penalty, and that is disordert of the stomach and consti- Mrs. Wakefield is not even charged They are both simon pure Demopation. Chamberlain's Tablets co with a part in the actual killing of her crats and have each done splen- majority the State has ever given, rect these disorders and enable yo'u to kusband, has Incited a widespread revolt against the decree of the extreme did service for the party. With (Concluded on 3rd. Page.) sleep. For sale by Paul Drug Co. penalty in her case. unold, M a 51 fTx. . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A Splendid I Preventive Treatment With Serum Has Proved Successful. The university farm of Minnesota We Offer Never allow any manure, mud T university has published a bulletin on. hog cholera and its preventive treator filth to remain upon the tail, anti-salooflanks, udder or belly of the cow. ment from which the following is If your bull is not of pure blood ! gleaned: get rid of him and buy one Hog cholera has been recognized as a specific contagious disease of swine that is. for about 100 years. The first authenUnless the weather Is very ticated outbreak in this country occurbad all cows should have at least red in 1S33. when large numbers of two hours exercise in the open hogs in Ohio died from a disease which air. answers the description of hog cholera all that the government now provides There are some cattle that are Deelare War on Colds. greater. And as we now know it to look after the religious welfare of no better In the dairy barn than This highly contagious disease has are the weeds in the cornfield. the navy's G7.000 men, the number of A crusade of education which aims Even if a considerable number chaplains not having been increased caused the loss of millions of dollars Keeping two cows to do the "thafe common cylds may become unannually. It has been estimated that 1S12, when the personnel of the work of one is the cause of many common within the next generation" of either "dry" or "wet" Dem- since navy numbered only 12,000 men. the losses during 1912 reached $30,000,-00losses in dairying. has been begun by prominent New One state alone is said to have The secretary added that more than M,t..r..r....t,..,T....T,..r....r.T..T..'....'..,T,'. York physicians. Here is a list of the ocrats should foolishly refnse to seventy-fiv- e sustained a loss of $10,000,000 from important ships in the "don'ts" which the doctors say will support the nominee there are navy have no religious leader attached, this dread disease in 1912. prevent the annual visitation of the TANKAGE FOR HOGS. while the marine corps, with an enlistIt has been recently discovered that other conditions which would cer- ment of 10.22G men, has not a single cold: well hogs may be treated (vaccinated) Fed With Discretion, It Is a Profitable with hog cholera serum so that they look after the "Don't sit in a Draughty car." tainly mor;e than overcome such chaplain to of its personnel. spiritual dewill not take the disease if exposed: velopment Pork Producer. Both One "Don't sleep in hot rooms." A great many farmers are beginning later. Such treatment Is called a disaffection. Year "Don't avoid the fresh air." This method of treatment to use tankage. I find it beneficial and CHILDREN WORK IN MILLS. Only For Don't stuff yourself at mealtime. in a large degree profitable where hogs has passed the experimental stage and pluraliKentucky gave 100,000 Overeating reduces your resistance. are kept, writes H. W. Swope in the To which we would add when you ty last fall for Woodrow Wilson 10.4 Per Cent of Employees In Cotton American Agriculturist There isn't SubscrlpHons may be. Mills Under Sixteen Years Old. anything about good tankage or meat take a cold get rid of it as quickly as new or renewal Washington. Of the 3S7,771 persons meal that is in any way injurious to Propossib'le. To accomplish that you will with both Republican and employed in the cotton goods industry find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy gressive tickets in the field. Next in 1000 in the United States, 39,300, oV hogs, whether young or old. Good What The Weekly Enquirer Is takage contains over 50 per cent promost excellent. Sold by Paull Drug 10.4 per cent, were children under sixKas$ySi1r..v)3''"ti''' .juiim in mil is Issued every Thursday, Subscription priet Co. It year the same conditions are like- teen years of age and half of them tein, and for that reason it answers an important question in animal economy. per year, and it is one of the best home metgirls, a final the ly to exist and the same plurali censusaccording toAlabama,report of and It is a good feed to use with corn and ropolitan weeklies of It has all the facilibureau. North highly palatable. It need not be fed Farm Notes. ties of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtain-in- s ty will be recorded for the Dem- South Carolina employ 19 per cent of in large quantities, and, especially the World's events, and for that reason can children and Massachusetts 5.7 per when beginning to feed tankage, one give you all the lead'ntf news. It carries a great ocratic candidate for United cent. The&e children worked on an part tankage to about ten parts of corn average of from fifty-fou- r to sixty is a very satisfactory amount of valuable farm matter, crispt editorials ration. If your hogs have cholera put States Senator whoever he may hours a week. market reports. Its nuand reliable Tankage is animal matter from The 1,324 establishments in the in- which the grease merous departments make a necessity to every up a sing, "Hog Cholera Here." and be. dustry produced ?628,391,813 .worth,, of tracted. This consistsoil have been exhome, farm or business ma of meat scraps goods. The cost of material's totaled and bone from meat markets and packhogs bring $10 a hundred, Tnis grand offer is limited and wc advise you to If But in the case either the Re- $371,009,470, and the total paid in saling houses picked up fresh in a large take advantage by subscribing for the above comwages was $147,270,903. the feeders will come out even on publicans o r the Progressives aries andwas &. tank and thoroughly cooked 4 't 'V or mail orders to, bination right now. Call There an Increase of the previ- temperature. The grease is at a high !y" removed THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS. of 23.3 $1 corn. fail to have a candidate in the field ous census plants, per cent in the from the surface and tankage is then number of and the total capi- dried thoroughly, after which Alfalfa pasture and hogs make the result would practically be tal invested in the industry in 1909 ground, screened and placed in it is bags was $822,237,529, an increase of 70 per for shipment. The high temperature H- Republicans will cent over 1S99. a combination that is hard to the same for employed in cooking destroys all disease germs that might be present. prefer-enc- e beat. vote for a Democrat in Veterinary Surgeon Tankage, therefore, all summed up is a and Dentiat pure, safe feed for hogs. It contains to a Progressive and vice MODERN RIP AWAKES sows for Use 8 to 10 per cent moisture, and in a years experience. Special attention versa. good, dry place it given to Surgical and Dental work. Breeding purposes, and keep FROM 9 YEARS' SLEEP indefinite period of can be kept for an time. Mayor Buschmeyer was recentOffice at residence near Graded School them as long as they are good I have fed tankage to hogs of all building. ages for several years now and with ly elected in Louisville because PHONE NO. 7N breeders. excellent results in every case. With Like the Van Winkle of Irving, the high cost of feed a little tankage Photo by Unlverslty of Minnesota. Handle the brood sows so that the Republicans would not vote TREATING A HOG TOR CHOLERA. fed with the regular ration to the hogs each day will be found a good as now for the Progressive ticket. He Finds Many Changes. the young pigs will begin to grow an a practical working basis. Exporting Cattle. feed Investment The cost of feeding Tlwro ;irr snvoral "lifFnnf nintlinil? tankage seems to increase a trifle ev- - f Qr inirauniziug hogs or maki from the time of their birth. In Hardin county the Progressthem ery year, but I am sure it will pay all Tarrytown, N. Y. A living Rip Van who can use it to do so as long as the immune to cholera. Immunization Quality in dairy products is of ives nominated one of the beat The following from Washingconsists in bringing about the presence Winkle, awakening from nine years of price is as county for the Legis- oblivion to find old friends dead and his considering reasonable as it is today. of what are called immune bodies in its protein contents com- the blood. They enable the animal to ton City may be found of interest extreme importance. It is al- men in the children grown to manhood, walks, beother naught wildered, in the streets of his home pared with may befeeds.dry, resist such cholera germs as enter the to our readers. The United ways valuable, but here is the lature, against whom Tankage fed either alone town, in that very Sleepy Hollow coun- or with grain rations. I have found system. These immune bodies are could be said yet he did not get try of which Irving, author of Rip, present in the blood of hogs that have States was exporting more than essential. it very satisfactory in a thin slop. recovered from cholera. Such animals wrote many tales. One station says thirty-si- x There should be no off years in a hundred Republican votes in He is Hyman Levy, long a leading up of one part that a ration made are sometimes called "immunes." times as much fresh tankage and six or A hog that has been treated with merchant in Tarrytown before the eight parts corn has proved to be the the whole of Hardin county. beef and cattle six years ago as apple orchards if the trees are hog cholera serum without exposure to "sleep" of years began. It was a most satisfactory, and a greater gain This condition is true all over mental cloud that shrouded him and per 100 pounds was secured in this cholera at the same time does not it now sends abroad, as shown properly cared for and cultivatform any protective substances or im made him almost as one dead to his manner of feeding. mune bodies of its own. It is renderKentucky. It is a bitter fight friends. by Sec ed. by statistics made public ed immune for a short time (three-weekNow. with tottering step, but clear A Quick Growing Pig. to two months), due to the presseeing eyes, he has come slowly back retary Redfield, of the Depart- - In most localities the building and irreconciable. bought a Duroc Jersey pi on ence of the protective substances infrom the mysterious wilderness of lost March 1, 1913. The pig was two and jected. Such treatment is known as The Democratic party is united memory. ent of Commerce. In the first should face the South, as this inone-hamonths old ond weighed twen- the single or "scrum 011I3--" method. u He sees new faces ine months of the present fiscal sures the greatest amount of sun- under Wilson and invincible in old the faces of the that are somehow ty pounds, writes a Louisiana farmer AVhen it is desired to make a hog: children who are in the Farm and Home. there is Kentucky as elsewhere with a men and women now. He seeks the The first month I fed one pint of permanently inimmune and is necessary ear, ending Marcn si, tnere light during the winter. yet t,he herd it haunts of former friends to find them cholera division in the old Republican held by strangers. Many that he knew chops mixed with the same amount of that hog system germs be introduced as exported only t,47y,4dy wheat shorts and half a gallon of Into his simultaneously with The Indian Runner grows very are now but names upon the graveswill three times a day. The second the serum, which protects the hog party which cannot be bridged stones in Sleep Hollow cemetery. ounds of fresh beef and 13,598 rapidly and begins laying early. But Levy's is not a mournful awak- month I added one pint of chops and a from tlie cholera germs injected. This ounds of cattle, as compared over before the next Presidential ening. There are scores of his old quart of swill, making six pints of is accomplished by the introduction They lay a large white egg. chops, three pints of shorts and nine into the hog's body of a small amount and rejoicing Even if it cronies alive remembers themin his re- quarts of swill per day. I fed the same of virus. Virus is the germ laden 1th 200,068,729 pounds of fresh These eggs have a very fine flav- election, if then. covery. He all. He amount of food up till May 19. with could Kentucky is a Democratic remembers everything that happened began feeding two pints of bothThen I blood obtained from a hog sick same eef and 307,726 pounds of cat- - or. chops cholera. It is injected at the up to nine years ago. These nine and shorts and a gallon of swill three time with the serum, but with a sepan uter le in the same months of 1907. Can you afford a coat of paint state and the Democrats should years are height blank. times per day. My pig stays in a Ber- arate syringe. By this method the hog of his business career At the muda grass pasture all enough protecand 'he intervening years reveal an for the buildings this fall? vote for their choice for United he worried so much over a scratch on has plenty of fresh water. the time two is enabled to developown to render The first tive substances of its it was infected that he beninterrupted decrease. There is really nothing like it for States Senator in the next Au- his leg which recovered physically, but weeks my pig gained fifteen pounds, permanently immune. This is known came ill. He April 14 made hermit in his home. April 29 he weighed sixty pounds. as the double or "serum virus" method Another feature of the report brightening things up around the gust primary with the absolute When himself a out, weighed he went at long intervals, July 11 he weighed ninety pounds, on of treatment a gain he premises. certainty that whoever is nomi- he passed his friends without recogni- of 203 pounds since 223 pounds, March; i$ the statement that while the the 1st of Caked Udder In Cows. tion. Aug. 20 Prince weighed 310 pounds Feed small grain in plenty of nated will be triumphantly electCaked udder in cows is also commonpopulation of the country has inand on Sept 1G Prince was nine months ly called garget, of which there art PRISONERS TO KEEP NAMES. old and weighed 391 pounds. two kinds one noncontagious, the othcreased 11 per cent., since 1907, clean litter so that the hens have ed, er infectious. to scratch for it. They need the the number of beef cattle has Cough Sirup For Cows. In the next August primary Number System and atLettered Uni- It is frequent trouble, especially in exercise since there are not so forms Abolished Atlanta. Sometimes a dry, harsh cough is an cold weather, often due to "catching decreased 30 per cent,; further- many grasshoppers to chase. Atlanta, Ga. As a result of the ef- obstinate condition to correct but the cold" in the udder. The symptoms the question of availability is enforts of Warden Moyer, which have following is a good, simple cough sirup usually appear soon after calving, and more 222,000 head of cattle came tirely eliminated. It will only be met with the approval of the depart- that should be kept on hand for cough- many complications often ensue, somement the Atinto the country in the first a question for the voters to de- lanta of justice, prisoners at will be ing cows: Simmer together over a slow times resulting in a damaged quarter. penitentiary hereafter fire two ounces oil of tar, three ounces Since cows are so high priced it is eight months of the year, against of fitness and known by names instead of numbers, extract of belladonna, three ounces sir- certainly poor economy to attempt cide the matter and their uniforms no longer will beat up of squills, one pound granulated home treatment in severe cases. If calonly 12,500 in 1907. In the who most deserves this party the letters "U. S. P.," branding them sugar, f pint water. Constantly your veterinarian treats the case he Are Yob as United States prisoners. stir while melting until it appears like can give you the benefit of a personal News. endar year past the United distinction. Announcement of this radical de- a thick sirup. Give one tablespoonful examination. If a veterinarian is not parture from prison custom was madG on the tongue twice daily. Tou may available the general treatment Is to States exported 9,000,000 pounds by Good Words, the paper which if judge the quantity in making by the give a purgative of epsom salts and Nervous and Sick Headaches edited and published in the peniten- number of cows to treat bathe the udder with warm water to of fresh beef, while Argentina tiary. While each prisoner's clothing which have been added several Torpid liver, constipated bowells will bear his registration number, it sent 756,000,000 pounds; Aus of sodium hyposulphite. Dry Shoe Boils. and disordered stomach are the causes will be for identification only and will name shoe boil is a misnomer, completely and rub in carbolated lard The tralia! 109,000,000; New Zealand of these headaches Dr. King's New be concealed from sight. an improper term for the condition. It or ointment Milk frequently. Kansas. Life Pills, you will be surprised how Is true that sometimes the shoe causes Farmer. 27,250,000, and Uruguay 21,000,-000.&quickly you will get releif . They stim REVEALS SECRET MARRIAGE. these enlargements, but more often it 1 Kingdom ulate the different organs to do their does not The damage done to elbow the United GENERAL FARM NOTES. I The Tonic work properly. No better regulator Mrs. Phillips of New York Wat Wed- isbrought about by the animal atsent 739,000,000 tempting to rise when the fore feet are ded Last December. for liver and bowels. Take 25c and Seed corn should always be stored om Wilmington, Del. Mrs. Edith Slos-so- extended. The animal gives one violent the ear. It should never be put Into a box At all druginvest in 084,000 pounds pounds, against lunge to get up, and the bruising is boxes, barrels or sacks. Phillips of 102 West Forty-firs- t gists or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS In the making of cheese it shouldl Louis. For sale street, New York, called the Rev. done when it pounds down just before country. The number Philadelphia and St. from this George L. Wolfe by telephone and ask- the upward direction Is taken. Hav- be turned in the hoops in the morning. F4 Co. by Paull Drug ed him to announce her marriage on ing it removed by a competent man is and kept well pressed until about noon. of beef cattle in the United Dec. 18 last to Wallace B. Phillips. the only sane and safe remedy. Good results are obtained by pressing The couple were wedded here by Mr. .. two days. Wolfe. Keep a Few Sheep. The lack of a manure spreader and for Adair Sheep raising was considered prof"Wasn't your marriage published at Courier-Joother things of the kind has driven the time?" the preacher asked. itable under ordinary ranch condimany a boy away from the farm. "No," was the answer. tions several years ago when both wool Farming' can be made drudgery for" $100 News. County The woman would not give her rea- and mnttoa were cheaper than they the boy. but it need not be so. Look at son for desiring the belated announceare now. Why wouldn't it be profit- the question of farm implements fromS urnal, ment She said her husband ivas from able to keep a few sheep on a general the boy's standDoint if the finnnpiai or?. year.,. j' ' Greensboro, N. O. farm where there is a good pasture V I vantages do not seem clear enough. -- f- Clubbing Bargain .The Adair County News States in 1907 was 61,500,000; to(Continued from 2nd. Page.) NAVY NEGLECTS RELIGION. day it is 36,000,000. Can Kentuck Elect a Democratic Daniels Wants Number of Chaplains Increased. The United States surpassed Senator? Newport News, Va. Neglect of reliits rivals, however, in prices obgion by the United States in its navy is a reproach to the republic, Secretary tained, having received last year Daniels declared here in an address ben (43,000,) with the for beef exported an average of fore the United Brotherhood of Men's league opposing his election. Bible Classes. The secretary announc11.67 cents a pound, against 4.38 he would What has happened in Mary- ed that to provide ask congress immediately cents for Australia and 5.26 for chaplains and welland will happen in Kentucky fare secretaries proportionate to the New Zealand beef. navy's personnel. only the majority will even be Twenty-fou- r chaplains, he said, are --? FIGHTING THE DAIRYMAN. HOG CHOLERA. the long hairs from the udder and flanks of the cow. Clip i t i The Cincinnati 0. .... ..... Weekly Enquirer $1.35 imniu-nizatid- h. I to-da- y. 3 I. JOfiES well-matur- ed J ( s lf a I a Woman? one-hal- E-To- wn Mi Cardui Woman's table-spoqnfu- ls ro Argentina to-da- y. n ! The Adair County News and Weekly Subscribe the a both one Year Each $1.50 . V A k . 't Jt VW J V - J 1 THE THE ADAIR A1JAIR- COUNT'S NEWS today. COUNTY HEWS in Nashville In the list man race she is in a measure renot a name of a man who lives sponsible for every advance in del-igat- es in the upper Cumberland dictrict civilization. Among the changes that have come there is no work was named. Nearly all the BY THE named live over the state more commendate than that of Adair County News Company. and have but little connection the federation of Women's clubs. ( Incorporated.) One great object of the organwith the river. ization is education, the educaEDITOR. SHAS. S. HARRIS ' It is stated from the depart- tion of themselves first and the ment that there are 58,000 miles education of public opinion immeDemocratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people of public roads in Kentucky and diately after. To assist in the Adair and adjacent counties. at $50,000,000. work of industrial and social conare valued as sec-Bctered at the Columbia Only 10,000 miles are improved. ditions among those who toil, to class mall matter. What a State this would be if the attempt to solve the question of WED. M)V, 26, 1918 people would get to work on the proper housing, to influence and highways. secure legislation that shall In last week's issue we sugMr. Tanner Qttley has received grant to every child the rights of gested a meeting of the citizens alailetter from Hon. A. O. Stan-le- y childhood to insist that laws of Columbia and vicinity at an stating that there will be no ready secured shall be enforced. early day, for the purpose of dis"The wheels of evolution have let up upon his part to secure an cussing and developing some appropriation for the improve- brought the human race of the .course of action necessary to sement of the upper" Cumberland twentieth century up to great cure the building of a railroad to heights, the price of such rapid river. Columbia. That article must advancement must be paid, that have reached the desert of Sahathe cost be less terrible, the conAN ADDRESS ra and withered in the hot waves serving influence of organized sweep across such wastes of that womanhood is needed. Conser territory, for up to date no re- Delivered by Mrs. N. B. Miller vation in its highest and truest sponse has been received. True Native of Columbia--Pres- ent sense conservation of life, of we have called attention to such liberty, of happiness, conservaResidence, Springfield, Mo. a movement, as we met our feltion of civic and private import, low man, and in nearly eyery inconservation of its best and high-ea- t One of the important events of stance been given the assurance functions of womanhood that of hearty It seems women's club activities last week shall make her in very truth the needless to point out the many waslthe biennial meeting of the conserver of all that is best in advantages and the great worth sixth district federation of wom- our advancing civilization, the of a railroad, but briefly stated en's clubs at Greenfield, where preserver of all that is good in it can hardly be estimated. It representatives of clubs the civilization of the past and would not only bring rising val- from this part of the State help meet in the daily battles of ues in every thing produced here gathered to discuss matters of life which is constantly going on but reduced costs on every thing importance to members of the about them. These are some of bought elsewhere that the people various clubs. the answers which may truthful-b-e The address of Mrs. N. B. Milare compelled to use. It would given to him who asks 'For not only affect real values, but ler of 738 East Elm street, retir- what does the Federation exist.' open new opportunities. So far ing president of the organiza"By a review of the year books tion, was one of the many inter- we see how the horrizon of life as we know no railroad company is seeking to get to Columbia, esting addresses of the conven-tio- is widening up before us. In Mrs. Miller said, in part, reading and not likely to do so in the near their constitution we as follows: future. If we are to get a road learn that a majority of clubs would require a plentitude were organized for 'self culture,' "It we must take the initiative, get greater than your pure and simple. Before many together, work out a plan or of words proposition that would appeal to president has at her command to years most of these clubs had a company. It seems to our tell you how much we appreciate taken in some altruistic or phimind that the most practical plan this cordial welcome and to make lanthropic work in connection and the least expensive one you nnderstand the pleasure you with their literary pursuits a "would be to take up this proposi- give us. broadening out ideas more Dem" 'I was glad when they said tion with the L. & N., people to ocraticthe result of self imunto me' that the next district provement. Greens-Durextend their road from Quite a number have meeting is to convene in GreenA BIBLICAL APPLICATION. stated their willingness to con- field, for about 18 months ago "Twenty centuries ago our our then State president, Mrs. Lord tribute freely to a fund for this said to a little company of E. M. Shepherd aud I visited Galliean purpose, and by united effort we fishermen who had toiled Relieve 50,000 and the right of this city and were charmingly all the night and had taken noth"way could be secured, or even entertained by the New Century ing. "Thrust out a little from more if necessary. We need the Club. We were impressed with the land. Launch out into the load and ought to be willing and the cleanliness ot the place, the deep and let down your nets for substantial business houses, the a drought." In obedience to the anxious to secure it at any No man should public buildings, the well ap- command they enclosed a great dodge in this matter. If the pointed homes, the cultured peo- multitude of fishes that their y we have met with people would take this up in ear- ple. 'nets brake and they beckoned to the same fine spirit of hospitality their partners for help. The renest, certainly a reasonable chance to get the road would ex- and gentle courtesy that charac- sult was, both ships were filled ist. If we fail to do so no hope terize the city. For all of this with fishes, the men realized need be entertained. Let us kindness extended us, we owe to their own weakness and learned meet and talk over the situation the Christian religion, that has the great value of given woman the position she 's "All over this broad land is A dispatch from El Paso, Tex- holds in the world It clubs are working in muChristianity has lifted as, dated November 22, says: said that tual helpfulness for better saniTwo Federal troop trains, en woman to a higher place in the tation, higher education in art, route from Chihuahua to Jaurez, world and just in psoportion as literature, domestic science. The Tvere blown urj at Rancheria, sixty- Christianity has sway will she art of civics, li-six miles South of Jaurez, this rise to a higher dignity in human braries, better laws for health, afternoon, by dynamite mines life. That she has now and all defective and bad children, widplaced along the railroad track she shall have of privileges and ows pensions, white slave traffic iby the rebels. This was the true honor she owes to that Gosand many other important things, given out tonight by pel that took those qualities working not only for the present statement Gen. Francisco Villa, who re- which were counted weak and generation but for the betterturned to Jaurez from that place, unworthy and gave them divine ment of generations to come. where his troops are awaiting glory in Christ. "Women have only' begun to the Federals' approach. He said "Woman has always had her realize" the vastness of their own there were 1,500 Federals on the place in the world ever since souls and have gloriously risen to1 trains destroyed, and that the the beginning of the human fam- their responsibility. loss of life was enormous. The ily she has been a factor in the "They are Tebels assert that they captured affairs of life. She is interested their children that he who in the great movements for the one of the two trains. his own spirit is greater preservation of the child, for the ruleth than he that taketh aneity inculGov. McCreary appointed a sacredness of the home, for the of all that inspires cating the principle that history long list of delegates to attend advancement in its true meaning is not merely and uplifts. the Cumberland River Improve- WORK OF WOMENS CLUBS. an account of war and bloodshed, "T2nent Association whichconvenes "Being the mother of the hu but a record of the development Published Every Wednesday ln-are- st Hobson Will AT Sell Post-offl- ce d AUCTION Saturday, Nov i lv In Greensburg, Ky., 15 to 20 Jersey Cows and Heifers For Cash or Cood Note of civilization, of education, of science, of law, of political institutions and that good citizen- ship is the highest gift of manhood or womanhood. Therefore organized womanhood is a civic force of unlimited power. n. What is Fol - de-rol to you may be bread to her. We have taken some trouble to find out what New York women are wearing in the way of Jewelry. Women being much the same all the world over and the women of your choice being especially deserving of the best, we are confident that our assortment will appeal to her. Drop in, anyway, and let us talk it over. We may have the very biju you want at the price you want to pay. n. g. "Looking out over the great work already pushed to a successful issue, looking at the service already rendered humanity, one scarcely dares to think of the result of concerted action and well defined effort on the part of an organization of more than half a million women. A joining of hands under proper direction' the blending together of willing minds, a united effort for civic righteousness are the part of such an organization as ours. Wonderful things will be accomplished. LOOKING TO THE FUTURE. MURRAY BALL, Jeweler, Columbia, Ky. l We are showing this week some of the Latest Ideas in Ladies Coats and Coat Suits Odd Skirts,Misses andChil-drenCoats. . s' reas-onable'sacrifi- ce. To-da- Wo-men- to-da- y. home-makin- g, teaching "The ideas of are the but they actualities of do not become actualities without a powerful driving force, and may that honor come to you club members by having enthusiasm, zeal and labor. "We must live for prosperity and we must provide for the future, therefore every Woman's blub is consecrated by the very existence of its organization, and by the lemperment of their nature. "Yet we are only in the thresh- hold of a future that thrills us with great possibilities, possibilities of fellowship, when separation was, of love where hatred was, of light where physical, mental and spiritual darkness was, of agreement nd equality where divisions and traditions had built up walls of destruction and lines of caste. This beautiful thing needs only be realized in thought to Jbecome an actual fact in life, and those who do realize it are enriched by it beyond the power of words to express. "Women have been God's own ministers everywhere and at all times. In varied ways have they worked ior others until the very name of woman stands fpr the spirit of self sacrifices. Now, he bids them, bind tneir sheaves and s show a new and womanhood, a new unit, a com-to-da- y These goods were bought direct from the markets and at "end of season" pnees. FINE SELECTION OF Our Styles are as Goo and Prices Lower than you can get in city stores. " BO S SELL : THC ELITE & COM PANY more-gloriou- "For we live in the heart of plete type of the Mother woman working for the uplifting of the the world's greatest country, where the East clasps the hand nation., "As president of the Sixth of the West, where the North District it has been a loving task and the South are United, stands Springto make ready this convention, Missouri, Missouri." the majority of our members field Mo., Daily paper. have been encouraging and symk Communications for publication or pathetic, responding readily alike inquirers for should be adto request or command, to pre- dressed to the Adair County ewst side over such loyal and devoted to me and they go to my residece subjects gives one enjoyable sat- before reaching the office, causing a delay. isfaction and1 unspeakable C. S. Harris. to ever seek to serve one's fellow men. I keep on hands a full stock of coffins and caskets, also robes; "We are proud of our club hearses. Prompt service night or day. women, proud of the splendid Phone 29. ,' J. F. Triptett, wprkthey are doing, proud of 45-- y r? Ad, ' c Columbfr,Ky. this grand old state of ours. job-wor- k ion 1 ' i - &L TriK-ADAI- R COUNTY NEWS 5 The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation bytfte peddlers of alum baking powders, gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis or cooked-u- p certificates, of "falsehoods of any kind, can change the fact that Sju A chief entered the back powh of Mr. K. F. Paull last Sunday night and carried off three pairs of shoes and a pair of gloves, the property of Mr. Paull. The closet in which these articles were placed, was on the outside and unlocked. The thief left two pair of shoes, which Mr. Paull will willingly give him'if he will call. W. Tanner Ottley Attopney-Ht-Iiaui ttxe-Courts Will practice in all ATTENTION Farmers and Timbermen! tS Columbia, (( Ky. -- o- Lost. A red spotted female bird dog. In- Until further notice, we will pay the following prices for SPLIT HICKORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair county, Ky. Royal Baking Powder has been found by the official examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency, purify and wnolesomeness. free from alum, and of absolute formation wanted. Mrs. CordieRosenlield. iG. P. SMYTHE for Split Hickory Spokes 30 in Long. On Heart x ! in Depth 12 in 2 2 2 2 Thanksgiving services will be held at the Methodist church and the sermon will be preached by Rev. O. P. Bush. There will be special vmusic. The merchants and other business men areiexpected to close their doors at the 11 o'clock hour and attend REINSURANCE and REAL ESTATE Price per M Pieces. Length A&B 26 2G C l$in x !5 in x x x in in in in D $6.W $6.Cd 55.0 S10.0O 8.0 S12.00 30 in 30 s.00 S5.00 $7.00 15.00 Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. J 21 ii in i" in $15.00 S14.00 .$30.00 2iJn in Personals. Dr. R. A. Jones and wife came in from Cincinnati last Friday and now at their beautiful home one and a half J miles from Columbia. Rev. J. S. Chandler was called to Russellville Monday,the message statwas dead ing that his sister-in-laand it was the desire of the family that he officiate at the funeral, w Mr. J. B. Drye, Bradfordsvill, is here to see our merchants. Hon. Lelburn Phelps was here Monday, en route to Corpus Christie, Texas, on a business mission. Mrs. E. P. Harris (nee Miss Pearl Hlndman) left yesterday morning for Catlettsburg where her husband is accompanied located. She was by Miss Sallie Coffey wjio will visit Miss Ruth Crawford at Winchester. Dr. B. F. Taylor, East Fork, was here Monday. Judge T. A. Murrell, wife and little Mr. W. S. Morris, Glasgow, was at daughter arrived from Lebanon last the Hancock Hotel last Wednesday. Saturday. Mr. Mirrild Wells, Font Hill, was here one day last week. Misses Mary and Mattie Smith, of this place, left yesterday for Georgia Mr. T. W. Watkins, revenue man of where they will be engaged in teach- the Second district, was here Thurs ing through the winter and spring. day, enroute to Russell county. Mr. Sam Barbee and family will go Rev. W. C. Christie and wife, of to Indiana with the former's father Gradyville, and Miss Pearl Pedigo, of and mother. Sam is a good hustler, Summer Shade, Metcalfe county, and he can not be censured for going called at the News office a few days where there is more business. ago. Mrs. J. F. Cabell and son, Miami, Mr. J. E. Gowdy, one of Campbells-ville'- s visited Mrs. W. B. Patteson last Frimost enterprising citizens, was day. in Cclumbia a few days ago. He was Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cook, of Esto, accompanied by Mr. Henry Pafrott. visited relatives here last Friday and Mr. L. E. Hayes who is a Saturday. of Mr. W. C. Grider, and who lives in Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hurt, Leba- Carlesbad, New Mexico, reached here non, were here to attend the funeral last Wednesday on a visit. of Mrs. Cecil Hurt, wife of Mr. L. C. Mr. Cleo Sherrill, wife and baby, of nurt. Lebanon, arrived in Columbia last Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Myers returned Thursday, enroute to Gradyville, to from Monticello Monday afternoon. visit the former's parents. Mr. W. E. Bradshaw, who is a pu'l- The following attended the Basket Ball game at Monticello Saturday man conductor, station at Memphis, night: Misses Nave, Mary Triplett, Tenn., was here last week, to see his iNellie Follis, Mary Breeding, Cary mother. Mr. Bradshaw was recently Rosenfield, Loretta Dunbar and Mr. removed from Louisville to Memphis. Young Todd. Mr. Elzy Feese and family arrived Mrs. J. P. Hutcherson, left Tuesday last Wednesday night. Mrs. Feese is morning to visit, son and brother at in poor health, and they are here to remain several weeks. Catlettsburg. son-in-la- w son-in-law If you want to buy, sell or exchange property or second hand machinery of any kind,vrite me giving full and price. I work on 5 per cent commision. I hunt the buyers. Miss Mary My res and Mr. Gebrge I want the sellers. W. E. Stapp, Ilancocd, and Miss Regina Russell and THIS HOTEL IS OPEN TO THE Mr. Ward Denton attended the Basket Columbia 3Cy. traveling public. The table is suppliBall game at Monticello last Saturday S. N. Wilson, merchant at Coburg, ed with the best the market affords. night, all returning Sunday afternoon. Cozy rooms and close attention paid to Mr. Edgar Heed was in Cincinnati has on exhibition at his store a very large lemon, measuring 101 inches in guests. Fare very reasonable. and Louisville, last week. small way, and ' Mrs. P. Self, of Creelsboro, was at circumference, the The lemon was Good feed barn attached. weighs i pound. the Hancock notel a few days ago. grown by Miss Dallie Sullivan, this Mr. Elder Collins, of Elida, New place. Residence Phone 13 B Business Pho e 13 P Mexico, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. William Powell, who N. MURRELL live on Mr. Tom Holladay's farm, lost DR. Mr. II. N. Miller is picking us in flesh, and although he is on crutches, their infant child last Wednesday he is at his store every day and in a night. It was four months old and DENTIST manner is assisting in conducting his had been afflicted from bir"h. Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g business. Be at the Graded School grounds Mr. F. R Winfrey's condition is yet Thursday afternoon and witness a up Stairs. critical, he being a very sick man match game of Basket Ball between Mrs. Winfrey has about recovered. the Monticello school team and the Columbia, - Kentucky local school. Mr. L. M. Smith, of Louisville, of Mrs. Fannie Willis, is here on a hunting expedition. Mr. J. A. Rakestraw, Campbellsville, was here a few days ago. dis-dripti- Holt Hotel, Jamestown, Kv. 2Gin $25.00 S12 00 All Wanted 30 in. long ; shorter lengths taken only to save timber. All Spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or Shell Bark Hickory. Spokes that are brash, also containg defects such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks, short crooks will be classed as culls. These Spbkes must be full in length and 30 in. long is wanted. All spoks smaller than 1 8 x 1$ 30 in. long will be classed 26 in. or culled, depending 00 size. AH spokes too small for 1 5-- 8 x I 4 x 26 in long will be classed at thir price of "C" grade of this size or culled. 5-3-- 3-- Split 2d Growth On Heart 2J in 3 "W. Oak Spokes 30 Long. A &B one-thir- in $12.(X $30.00 x in $50.00 in 3Jin 520.0 The A. and B Grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admiCoff or less sap timber in sizes 2x3 in. and larger, if the spokes are freeTrolra d 30 30 x Depth 3 in Price per M Pieces. Length C J. than one third sap timber, br White Oak, showing a good growth. Don't Split Brash Timber into Spokes, as we cannot use them. Spoke that are brash, also pieces containing worm holes, knots, sun checks and shor! crooks will be classed as culls. All Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. For further particulars call on or address, THE ADAIR SPOKE CO., Columbia, Ky. E. G. Wethington, Mgr. all other defects, tough and heavy. The C grade takes in Spokes that are more both grades must be split from Second Growth U. G. HARDWiCS, Pres. J. B. COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMM, Sec ifSome Here I will is Extra Advantages I Offer N W. T. Pyne Mill & ESTABLISHED 1861 Supply Co. 1889 INCORPORATED DEALERS-I- N what I will do if you will only buy from me. ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. fSOl TfflRTeeNTft-MftlN. repair any watch I sell regardless of trouble for ONE YEAR FREE. I will GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUTSVILLS keep all Pins, Links, Chains, Bracelets, Lockets, Rings, Etc., in repair ONE YEAR FREE. replace Lost Stones FREE, except Diamonds and Genuine Pearls, in Rings, Lockets, Etc., I sell. I will SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank WorK I willsize rings to make them fit you any time FREE. Engrave requested. anything I sell absolutely FREE,' if I will Can you get this at other places? No, not everywhere. Satisfaction Guaranteed or your Money Refunded. I JOBBING WORK SOLICITED -- C Positively will not Misrepresent anything. Look over my Line. Call in and All Kinds of, Machinery Repaired- - MURRAY BALL, Watchmaker and Jeweler, V. Local Market. To-day. Columbia, Ky. J The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. If Courier-Joure- as Miss Mollie Caldwell is shopping in Eggs Hens Chickens Coeks 29 10 8 4 11 8 8 Louisville this week. Mr. J. A. Beauchamp, of Edmonton, was here last Thursday. Mrs. W. B. Patteson fined to her room. is still con- Additional Locals. Turkeys -. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Denny, who was sick last week, has greatly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Jeffries' two little sons, who were quite sick last week, have recovered. Miss Julia Eubank spent a day of last week in Louisville. Mr. C. C. Pickett made a flying trip to Louisville, last week. Mr. Ray Flowers went to 'Lebanon for a few hours last Friday. Mr. J. S. Keene, Richmond, was here a few days ago. Mr. F. M. Flatt, Creelsboro, was here last Thursday, en route to Louisville. Mr. S. G. Banks, Jr., of Dallas, Texas, is now with his parents in Cane Valley. He reached Richmond in time to attend the funeral of his sister-in-laMrs! Pattie Banks, and his nephew, Ben L. Batiks. x Mrs. Dave Rice and her daughter, Miss Lillie Van Cleave, of the Mt. Carmel neighborhood, were in Columbia Thursday, shopping. They also dined with Mrs. Mary T.. Harvey, sister of Mrs. Rice. Mr. Geo. $. Holt, Campbellsville, General Manager of the Singer Sewing Machine Company, was in Columbia last Thursday. w, Geese r. Ballard & Ballaad, Hour men, of Ducks '..... Louisville, hate written Mrs. S. W. Wool spring clipping Beck, this place, for a recipe for Hides (green) cake baking, as they expect to issue a Feathers book of recipes. Mrs. Beck, if the reader will remember, recently had on Ginseng Beeswax exhibition at Flowers & Beck's store a very large cake made out of the above Yellow Root najned firm's self rising flour, and May Apple (per lb) which fell to Mr. C. S. Harris, who marked the lucky number. Life Insurance 18 15 40 5 50 25 " Kentucky farms continue to move upward in price A farm of 118 acres in Garrard county has just been sold for $140 an acre. Ten years ago the same farm would not have brought mor than $100 an acre. The e limit of $100 for land out of which a living was to be made has long since become obold-tim- it's your good fortune to visit Louisville during our Grand Fall Sale Of For Sale. Farm of 105 acres lying 2 miles west of Milltown. About of the place is fenced with woven wire, a new modern stock barn, a new five room house unfurnished, good well, an abundance of fine red beech timber and plenty of Yours for bargin. post timber. J. E. Murrell. Price $1,000. Call or address, C. C. Mitchell, 45-tAd. Greensburg, Ky. Eev. W. C. Christie recently closed ChapMrs. Lou Miller, who is now with a series of meetings at Pickett's twenty-on- e conversions her son, Mr. B. W. Miller, in Minne- el, resulting in Methosota, writes to her grandson, Mr. Jo and thirteen additions to the Reed, here, that Mr. John Goode, who dist Church. is her nephew, and who lives in InOur Gradyville letter was mailed dianapolis, recently lost his wife. promptly, but it failed to reach this will be missed. The Singing Teachers Association office. It will meet at Bearwallow church the Attorney Tanner Ottley lias taken 2nd Sunday in December. apartments in Mr. Bollin Hurt's office. f. 3-- methods of 2 farming make farming pay at Your Purse will be Benefitted what were formerly considered fandy prices, and the shortage We Specialize WILTON RUGS in this sale at a Re protecIt is not an investment, but of free western lands is reflected duction of 25 to 35 per cent. Also offer an immense tirDe tion against death. At the money you pay into an old line in handsome increases in the ol- line of AXMINSTER RUGS at $19.85, $22.50, $24.00. company is as safe were it invested in For a long time owes der states. a government bond. Every man Correspondence Solicited. it to his family to protect it against investment, buy Kentucky farm death. The Connecticut Mutual pays Louisville's Live Carpet Store. The advance in price a larger dividend than any other com- lands. pany. See ' will pay the interest on the 2 75 solete. Modern Carpets, Rugs and Linoleum the-sam- e Hubbuch Bros., & Wellcndorff ' 1 Incorporated - ' Mr. Forest Floyd and Miss Lora A great many hogs were Floyd were united in marriage No- in the county Monday. vember 28rd by Rev. I. M. Grimsley. A certain writer has said that no newspaper which took truth for its standard would make a i pecuniary success. The press might return the compliment by remarking that no minister who told the truth about his congregation, alive or dead, .would ocslaughtered cupy the pulpit not much longer 522 and 524 West Market St. than the Sunday following. and the tombstone are partners The press and clergy go hand in hand with the white wash brush, rosy spectacles magnifying little virtues and kindly throwing little deformities into oblivion. The pulpit, the pen in saint-makin- g. Tonighr. Tonight, if you feel dull and stupid, or bilious and constipated, take a fiosc? of Chamberlian's Tablets and you will feel better tomorrow. For sale-- bv Paull Drug Co. ' tj 'rTHE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS A Presidential Contest. 15. 16. Cleveland. M"M"M !II John Quincy Adams. 'Roosevelt. T THE FLOCKM ASTER. Sheep if given a place on the farm will help you rid the place of noxious weeds and pay a revenue while doing it To produce good mutton and a fine quality of wool sheep must have a good pasture. Continuous grazing on the same pasture is undesirable. A sheep will take cold in spite of .its fleece of warm wool if obliged to lie In a draft. The man who is gruff, rough and unkind should keep out of the sheep business. Sheep thrive only when handled by intelligent and sympathetic men. Even if your flock are not thoroughbreds it pays and pays big to have a registered thoroughbred ram at its head. i Who was the first President to occupy the White House? 1. 17. 18. John Adams and Jeffer- Washington and Madi- 2. Who was the first President son. to be inaugurated in Washing19. ton? son. What President took the .oath of office in New York? 4. What President took the oath of office in Philadelphia? 3. 20. What's The Matter With Your Baby? The young mother and many an old is often puzzled to know tho cause of her child's 111 nature. The loudness of its crying does not necessarily Indicate the seriousness of its trouble. It may have nothing more the matter wkh it than a headache or a feel-taof general dullness. It cannot, of tourse, describe its feelings, but as a preliminary measure you are safe in trying a mild laxative. ., Nine times out of ten, you will find it Is all the child needs, for its restlessness and peevishness are perhaps due to obstruction of the bowels, and onco that has been remedied the headache, the sluggishness and the many other evidences of constipation and indigestion will quickly disappear. Don't give the little one salts, cathartic pills or nasty waters, for these will act as purgatives, and they are too strong for a child. In the families of one, too g: PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by Mrs. M. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky t and Mrs. L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky the only laxative given is Pr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been found to answer most perfectly all the purposes of a laxative, and Its very recommend it especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generally people who need a gentle bowel Lincoln, Garfield and W. H. Harrison and Mc-Kinle- y. mildness and freedom from griping DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, AT ALL 111. 50c AND DRUGGISTS. 21. 22. 23. Ty-lo- r. 5. Who was the first whose father had president? 6. Presi-cde- nt been Tylor and Monroe. John Adams and John Jefferson. John Quincy Adams. Hayes. Life. Insurance. Quincy Adams. 24. 24. 26. TESTING DAIRY Thousands of American stimulant. families have been enthusiastic about it for more than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a 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. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Who was the first Presi- dent whose grandfather had been president? 7. COWS. Who was the only bache- lor President? 8. What Presidents were It is not an investment, but protection against death. At the same time .bachelors when inaugurated? the money you pay into an oJd line 9. Who was the only Presi- company is as sale were it invested in dent that married a foreigner? 10. 11. at Who was the only Presi-thmarried a divorced woman? pany. See Who was the only PresiAd. had ttf o wives while in that 45-t- f. a government bond. Every man owes it to his family to protect it against death. The Connecticut Mutual pays a larger dividend than any other comJ. E. Murrell. dent 12. As Old as We Think. .office? What Presidents lost their wives while in office? What Presidents married while in office? 13. 14. were Disraeli said: "Old age is unknown to genius," and the works of the great men of the world prove this. What Presidents were Dante was almost 70 when he married after leaving office? composed his famous epic. 15. Who was the only PresiHayden produced his sublime dent that had a child born in the "Creatien" at 66, while Verdi, White House? whose anniversary was recently Who was the only Pres- celebrated, was past 70 when he ident that had a son married in wrote the score of "Falstaff." the White House? Micheal Angelo completed the 17. Who was the only Presi- great cupola of St. Peter's at 87. Value of a Milk Producer Can Be Ascertained In No Other Way. The dairy farmer who Is not testing his cows and who does not know what they have done for him In actual dollars and cents is guessing, and guesses at the best are inaccurate. The methods of weighing, sampling and testing the milk of the individual dairy herd has been explained time and again, says the Kansas Farmer. As a matter of fact it does require a good deal of time to do this, statements to the contrary notwithstanding. However, the time expended in arriving at the relative merits of each cow and of the herd as compared with other herds will well repay for the time expended. It is absolutely impossible for any man to guess at the profit of the individual cow. All signs of economical milk production fail in the case of the dairy cow. If a farmer does not feel disposed to do this testing himself he can afford to organize his neighbors with himself into a cow testing association. Under the testing association plan $1 a year will pay for the testing of each cow. and this is money well expended. The testing of dairy cows, viewed from this standpoint, is inexpensive. not merely as farewells, you knov7, but as regular things, so that if we don't have time to do Now, if ou knew or were con much as a memorial the memorial vinced that you had only one Special Attnetin to Eyes will be there just the same. more year to live in the world l, Fistulo, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am one more year before you must Early and careful selection of well fixed to take care of stock. Mon cross the bar in the dark and seed corn will easily increase the ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. sail out into the unchartered seas prospective yields for next year LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE, ONBURKSYILLE STREET. from which return trips have five bushels per acre. been few some say never what A ewe in good flesh almost inDifficult Problem. Poll-evi- would you do swift-flyin- g live the SYMPTOMS How OF COLIC. 16. -- dent that had a daughter marGladstone and Bismark were ried in the White House? the controlling powers in Euro18. What Presidents signed pean politics when both were bethe Declaration of Independence? yond 75 years of age. 19. What Presidents signed Von Moltke, at the age of 70 ihe Constitution of the United won the battle of Sedan, while the Horse Should Be Treated When This Disease Occurs. The symptoms of colic are no doubt familiar to all horse owners. Although the symptoms differ somewhat with the) various forms of the disease, they may be summed up as follows: Pain, which may come on suddenly or gradually. If in harness the horse goes "short," gives way in the hind quarters, stops, becomes restless, paws the ground and stamps, shakes himself and can be prevented only with difficulty from lying down. Later on, he often totters, groans, kicks with the hind legs at the abdomen, looks round at his hind quarters, year? Rather a difficult ques tion to answer all at once, isn't it? Let's stop to think. Here's a case of a girl who has been told that she can live but a year, and who tells us what she is doing. Perhaps she can help us think what we would do in like circumstances listen: "Every day I fill the hours with what lovliness I can, and when I go there are going to be sweet memories left behind. I have started to teach a little backward lad his letters. He could not learn them of his teacher. That may seem to you an humble thing, but I like to do the humble things, before I go. I often think it is those that most need doing." how would you variably is a good breeder and a hours of the good things suckler, that this ewe cannot very well do. Joseph C H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- The advantages of cheap and even fertile lands may be readily counterbalanced by the distance from market. Be sure the sows have plenty of pure water to drink, aside Will practice m this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : KentucKy Why from the slop they have. Slop is not fit to drink. Not If for no other reason a defi- nite crop rotation should be i ol- fowed for its systematizing effect on the farm operations. A man can never tell the quality of his soil until he digs into Read The Courier it and watches its action with different crops. States? What Presidents were sassinated while in office? 20. 21. as- Theirs, president of France, was 80 when he achieved his diplomatic victory over Bismark. Get the pigs that! are fit off to the early market. Beautiful way to say farewell, Burying is a satisfactory isn't it? But let's remember means of protecting winter cabthat these things can be done bage. Journal? HENRY WATTERSOIS What Presidents died :from natural causes while in of- fice? v22. What Presidents huried in the same cemetery? 23. Tonight. T onight, if you feel dull and stupid or bilious and constipated, take a dose of Chamberlian's Tablets and you will were feel better tomorrow. For sale by Paull Drug Co. r Progress in breeding topnotch Percherona in this country has been retarded somewhat by the difficulty of securing high class mares. The French government subsidizes the best Percheron mares, and their owners have been slow to part with them. Some of them have come to this country every year, however, and the best stallions have been secured by American importers for many years. Their use has produced a class of mares capable of breeding the best, as has been demonstrated by recent shows. The success of American breeders in this work Is not surprising. They have not only maintained but improved every breed they have adopted from the old world. Editor. We Can, Furnish You WEEKLY GOURIER-JOURNflL The Adair County New and the What Presidents were When you pick fruit, be careiuried under the same church? ful not to pull it from the stem. 2A. Which of the Presidents The stem prevents quick decay. ' Do not keep cows for a side isdid his own gardening? Which of the Presidents did sue, make it a business like any other branch of farm work. 3his own marketing? Which of the Presidents A bruised apple, if put into a lad a wife who refused to serve barrel with sound fruit, will wine on the White House table? eventually destroy all all of them. 2J6. Weekly HENRY WATTERSON, Editor J Courier-Journal Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in' politics. It prints all the newswithout fear or favor The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the "WEEKLY COUKIER--JOURNAL Both One Year . For $1.50 The answers to the above tions are as follows: 1. Washington. 2. ques- Jefferson. Washington and Arthur. habits and success in handling anything connected with the dairy do not go together. Put-of- f t AND THE -- ADAIRi COUNTY NEWS both?one;yeae ' We can also give libera) combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- 3. 4. If dry weather helps the soil Washington Adams. 5. 6. and Joohn we all ought to raise good gardens next year. John Quincy Adams. Benj amine Harrison. Buchanan. '8. Buchanan and Cleveland, John Quincy Adams. t). whisks his tall, stands over at the knees, arches !iis back, stretches the A pound of mutton can be head and neck and places the hind feet under the body. As a rule, the produced at less cost than any animal lies down very carefully and slowly, or makes littempts to lie down, other kind of meat. but sometimes may throw himself recklessly on the ground. He may lie A sheep will take cold in spite Btill or roll and kick violently. He may sweat profusely die of its fleece of warm wool, if within four or five and bloat and the hours from For $1.50 if you will give or send yom ordervto this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l, pany, Louisville, Ky., foz free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription orde? to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. outset obliged to lie in a draft. It1. Jackson. During the onset of an attack of colic it Is well to give one quart of Barnyard manure is like the raw linseed oil, to which has been 11. Tyler. turpenspirits 1 2. Tyler and Ben jamine Har-rjaao- n. trigger ot a gun it releases added one ounce ot of fluid of extract of tine and two drams forces far greater than its own. nux vomica. Feed should be entirely least twenty-fou- r Beef cattle supplies at all the withheld for atplenty of water. If hours, but allow Tyler and Cleveland, 13. big Northern markets are Tun- bloat ,1s excessive It should be promptly relieved 'with a trocar by an ex14. Fillmore and Benjamine perienced hand. J. W. Kalkus, Washning light. JLarrison. ' ington Experiment Station. Dailv Courier-Journ- al Yr al, S6.00 i I Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $200 Electric Bitters Made A New MaYi PRICE 50 CTS. m ALL DRLO We can give you a combination cut rate onJDaily'Or Sunday if you will write this paper. stomach, head and back." writes II. T. Alston, Raleigh .N. & "and my liver and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles of Electric Bitters made me fee; J'ke a new man, STORES. "I was suffering from paiain my Of Him. J I 880898 99999KB999mt99m 31 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS STOMACH TROUBLE FOR THE WINTERING BEEF GOWS i.Iiii 4 STORING VEGETABLES. TOO MANY POOR BOOKS HURT BREEDING than in a cellar,. Store onions in a loft rather FIVE YEARS I LOUISVILLI TINES FOR 1913 -- Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. decided to Hughes Would Die, But -- take his advice, although I did not have any confidence in it 1 s One Helped Him to have now been taking Black-Draug- ht Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches -- 6RIGHTER..BETTER, BiGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF since began using it. I Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad-Vic- es I am so thankful for what Black-Draug- ht from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes has done for me." Black-Draug- ht has been Thedford's writes as follows : "I was down with stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It THE LOUISVILLE TIMfc. times, that I thought surely I would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, I trldd different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should be and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR YOU WiLL SEND ORBtt would die. Thedford's He advised Black-Draught, me to try and quit Get a package today. Only a quarter. TO US, YOU CAN GET o THE ADAIR COUNT! NEWS AND Mrs. Kiss Kissed Others. ' t -- .- of thought his wife was too free with her kisses and Judge Baldwin has granted him a divorce from Esther Kiss. Everything had been bliss in the Kiss home until one day Kiss returned home unexpectly and found another man kissing his wife. "I talked to her," said the husband to Judge Baldwin, "and protested against showing such affection for others, but Mrs. Kiss didn't seem to care about me any more." When he found his wife lavishing affections again on other j thn himself, Kiss tried to keep the kisses for himself, but failed. Mrs. Kiss became. angry and left him. That was more than three years ago and, having remained Kiss, John kissless for a sufficient length oi time, Kiss has ended the Kiss Chicago, family through the divorce court. Saved His Foot. II. 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. Ten Shorthorn and ten Aberdeen Angus cows were fed 140 days at the Pennsylvania station on ensilage and cottonseed meal alone, says the Iowa Homestead. These cows consumed approximately sixty pounds of ensilage and one pound of cottonseed meal per head daily. During this period they made an average daily gain of 1.17 pounds per head. The ensilage was fed twice a day and the cottonseed meal once dalty. There was less than 1 per cent waste in feeding in this manner. These cows were allowed to run loose in a shed that was well bedded, the experiment lasting from Dec. 1 to April 19. It required four tons of silage to winter each cow in this manner, this being equivalent to one-haacre of corn yielding forty bushels per acre d or of an acre of corn if the land produced at the rate of sixty bushels per acre. Computing ensilage at $3.50 per ton the cost of wintering the twenty cows on ensilage was 2S0 or $14 per head. In addition the cows consumed cottonseed meal to the value of $42. With this item included the average cost per head was approximately $1G. Attention might be called to the fact that during the period covered by this experiment the weather conditions were unusually severe, the temperature falling as low as 23 de- lf one-thir- they will sprout, to their Injury. A few parsnips for winter use may be lifted and stored in sand in the cellar, but as freezing sweetens them it Is best to leave many of them outdoors for later use. Store potatoes in bins one foot or eighteen inches deep, raised somewhat from the floor. Do not bruise or they will be likely to rot ICoots in the nature of salsify and horseradish freezing does not hurt; so the main lot may stay out where grown, but some should be dug and put in earth In the cellar for winter use. A few heads of cabbage may kept, heads down, in a barrel in the cellar. In the latter 0, S. 4 Butler Says Slovenly Reading Matter Floods Country III THE WAY OF EDUCATION. Annual Report of President of Columbia University Laments Fact That Nation Is Flooded With Poor Reading Matter Asserts That Fewer and Better Books Are Sadly Needed. New York. "Too much slovenly PROPAGATING SHRUBS. 'V n- - THE LOUISVILE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR One of the peculiarities of the Hereford is that on account of the strong constitution the sire impresses his progeny with the color and markings of the breed in almost every case, no matter what the breed of the dam may be. It is in the touch more than anything else that the true Hereford is identified, for it has not the thin skin F0RI0NLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES prin- Better grow truck crops for the best afternoon paper working men, than to ship grain ted anywhere. to Europe. A dairy properly brings in a throughout the year. managed steady income Has the best corps of corrat. pondents. Covers the Kentucky field p5 and light flesh that so many inferior cattle have. Almost the only breed with which the Hereford does not impress his color is the Angus. They divide the honor, having the black body of the one and the white face of the other, but the hide has not the distinctive touch that a well bred Hereford steer should have. The Illustration shows a Hereford steer of high quality. Select seed corn early and thus avoid getting the late maturing ears. These ears are not safe for seed. The Daily Louisville And The Times News Adair County It Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. is Democratic Wood-ro- and is heartily supporting Wilson for the "-- w The campaign keep is on and if you want to in touch with all the parties throughout the United States sub- ) 0 scribe for the Times ' 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. gree below zero at times. These cows when turned to grass made satisfactory daily gains, indicating that ensilage when fed in large quantities, as fectly. was the case in this instance, is in no Covers the general news fisli manner whatever injurious. It may be of interest to know that 8,840 pounds of manure were produced completely. during the 140 day period by each cow. This computed at $1.50 per ton Has the best and fullest raw means a value of $G.G3. As each cow gained 1G4 pounds In weight this inkets reports. crease of 5 cents a pound amounts to $S.20. It is true that this added weight has in reality no intrinsic value DEMOCRATIC in politics ba unless the cow is marketed, but it does mean that the cow goes on to the grass fair to everybody. in a good fleshy condition. Those of our readers who have a supply of ensilage at hand might profit SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP by a perusal of the results obtained in this instance. If an experiment staA HOMEMADE STERILIZER. tion can obtain these economical reTION RIGHT AWAY sults on ensilage and a small amount of cottonseed meal daily there is no One For Canning Purposes Can Be reason why there will not be a similar Easily Made at Home. outcome if the same plan is carried In all methods of canning some form out under average farm conditions. DENTAL OFFICE of sterilizer will be found very convenient. To be able to do with the things she already has on hand is an Salting the Butter. Butter Is salted primarily because important item to the housewife. Althe popular taste demands it and in- most every housewife has a tin clothes cidentally for its preservative effects, boiler, and this rati be oasilv converted DENTIST although the latter are not very marked. The uniform incorporation of vaNFXT TO FOSTE'OFIPIOK rying amounts of salt as the trade demands is very important so far as Columbia, Ky. the appearance of the butter is concerned. It has been my experience RES PHONE 2D. OFFICE! PHOND DS that salt distributed as uniformly as possible among the granules worked to the point where they are in a compact mass, with the moisture glistenzrnv.'-'.aSfflBsssranxssraiSE ing on the surface, then allowed to stand for twenty or thirty minutes, then worked about an equal length of time more, will give a more complete THE CLOTHES BOILER CONVEKTED INTO A STERILIZER. Incorporation of salt and do away with JuiRiczsnuiau quite a little of the pressure necessary into a convenient sterilizing vat. The if worked in from the first without al- only things necessary are a tight fitlowing time for the salt to dissolve. ting cover and a false bottom. it in the beat puis or medicine I ever uui The false bottom is absolutely necesI sary in order to prevent the jars from It Pays to Know. A certain dairyman has increased the coming in contact with the bottom of &. yield of his herd to a wonderful extent the sterilizing vat. causing them to by the use of a pure bred sire, says the break during the boiling. For this er K3 a sa its' a ci kb National Stockman. This bull's heifers purpose an ordinary No. 1G wire netC.E. Hatiio.d. Guyaa, W. Va. t 26 CENTS P'R BOTTLE AT ALL DRi'GCJSTS. ' and young cows have proved to be reting of half inch mesh, which Is cut qscss3&fSBf?B-zaziixnnow a very to fit the bottom of the boiler, can be markable milkers and he is valuable animal though no longer used. If the netting is not available young. The point in all this is that the thin pieces of wood or almost any dairyman found out the bull's value by thing of this kind will answer the purthe simple process of keeping a record pose. A patent open door steam cookof what each member of the herd pro- er Is even more convenient than a duced. Without such a record he clothes boiler. If neither of these is I will drill wells in Adair and might have sold the heifers too cheap, available a deep saucepan or bucket he might have let the bull go to the tightly covered will answer the puradjoining counties. See me be- butcher or he might have let some pose. wiser man have him. It always pays fore contracting. Latest to know what dairy cows are doing; Oat Straw For Feeding. and it pays in several different ways. Good, bright oat straw is a very good machinery of all kinds. substitute for hay for winter feeding. Live Stock In" Demand. If there Is not too much dust about It. Pump Repairing Done. Give Those who have plenty of grain, hay horses will do well on it for the roughand pasture for their stock are for- age part of their ration. Those who me a Call. tunate. Animals are in great demand' failed to stack their oat straw well this and those who have facilities for cheap year will have reason to be sorry for it G. feeding will reap the benefits tobed-rivebefore spring. Homestead. by keeping animals. Garden Work Is Never Over It Is a Continuous Performance. When the late flowers have been cut down by the frosts it might be presumed that the time for garden activities is over. But as a fact, garden work is never over. It is one continuous performance that anticipates seasons by months, and tt- this early preparation is due the success of our summer gardens. When the tulips are put into the ground the winter is marching along fast, but there is work to be done just at this time which will bear fruit the next summer. Just before the ground freezes hard cover up a piece with leaves or litter, or anything that will keep out the frost, for It is in this ground that any of the shrubs for which you may have a fancy are to be propagated. Do you want hydrangeas or weigla or privet or dogwood or forsythia? If you care for these now is your chance to get a great many for almost nothing. With a sharp knife make as many cuttings as you want plants and throw in 20 per cent for good measure. Bury these cuttings all but two inches and by spring they will be young plants ready to plant out This is what is called "sweating," or making little sticks into large bushes under the snow. The question of getting stock is simple. No one would refuse you permission to take a few sticks off their hydrangeas or other shrubs in the middle of the winter. Stock is possible if one has a sharp knife. The handiest and most satisfactory way to proceed is as follows: Make a trench about fourteen inches deep, and long enough to accommodate all the cuttings you make. Make the cuttings a little longer than the trench is deep and put them in the trench either singly or in bundles, and pack the earth hard about them. Cover well with enough leaves to keep out the frost When the frost has gone out of the ground throw back the blanket from your cuttings and take them out. On the ends of fully SO per cent of all you put in the ground will be found swollen rings, and from these will start the roots that are to make plants of the sticks. Now separate the cuttings and plant them in their proper locations, and it will not be long before you have the pleasure of seeing leaves sprout. This is profitable winter work, making possible a stock of choice things for which there is always use about a house. Country Gentleman. - reading matter stands in the way of education and enlightenment," says Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler in his yearly report as president of Columbia university. "In no field of human interest," says Dr. Butler, speaking of the harm of worthless books, "is the substitution of quantity for quality more fraught with damage and disorder than in that of reading. The builders of the constitution and the great lawyers of the colonial period knew but few books, but the books they knew were first rate books, and they knew them welL "Such a task as that which Gibbon set himself over a century ago would be impossible today, even for a syndicate of Gibbons. There are too many books now to enable another history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire to be composed. "Productivity of the highest type is checked by the excess of facilities. This is true both of books and of physical apparatus. We could get along well with far fewer books and far less apparatus, and we should be likely to get more ideas and a higher type of human being. The universities of the world search restlessly for truth, but Mi &n i A ?fS5'K' S Photo by American Tress Association. DR. NICHOLAS MURRAY I5DTLER. too often the.v overlook the Indubitable which lies at their feet." Gifts to Columbia during the year aggregated $1,005,1)35. The university showed a deficit of SG3.S21 for the year. One striking feature brought out by calls "the literally stupendous change In the relations between the university and the public which has been brought about since the xeorganization of 1S90 and the prosecution of the policies of expansion and new activity then for -- mulated." .: change is amply demonstrated This by the fact that the gifts received by Columbia from 1754 to 1S0O, a period of i3G years, did not exceed in value $200,000. During the administration of Tresident Low the sum of $5,400,000 was received by the institutions that make up Columbia university, and during the administration of President Butler 20,300,000 has been added by gift from several hundred different persons. -y- the report Is what President Cutler Dr. James Triplet! ?fpP (1S00-10O- 1) r tfifliiiabiifdiitoDRBKIKCS r' CITY CHRISTMAS TREE. - buh. WELL DRILLER Chicago to Have One With Glistening Ice and Presents. Chicago. Children of the street here are to have a municipal Christmas tree for the first time this year. The tree is to stand in Grant park, facing the lake front, and is to be placed in position long enough before the holidays so that it can be sprayed with water and make a spire of glistening ice. According to plans of the Municipal Christmas Tree association, the lake front is to be a blaze of light during; the entire week. DISMEMBER Sons-in-law LIVING MAN. im-yrov- ed J. YATES d 1M ' I "M ' Suspected of Atrocious Crime In Spain. Badajoz, Spain. The police have discovered in a vacant lot the dismembered body of Senor Hlguera Real, who disappeared and for whom a general alarm bad been issued. The theory that he was killed by his some money affair being the motive for the crime, s held by the police. The physicians assert that the dismembering of the body bad begun when the man was yet alive. sons-in-la- n't "' B ,- l' ,f ..'fcJJ - -- 1ST 8 Rowes X THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Roads. Annie Campbell last Tuesday night. Jim Holt & Co. have their hew store house at Esto up and their goodsln it. Sam and Jim Hurt are in on a risit to old home and friends and to kill birds. I have just spent ten days in Casey county. The corn-cro- ps on good land is fairly good and crops are very d 2heir light and those who have corn to sell' have no conscience. If they would do what the Bible tells them to do their conscience would come back to them again. Do as you would have others do to you. If every man would do this there would be no five or six dollar corn. Oh that extortioner! What will become of him? Just look at the old Bock it will tell you what his end will he, what a sin it is to extortion on bread the main staff of life. Frank Pierce's wife is a very sick woman this week. Heart up-lan- Mrs. Elizabeth Bryantlwho is living with her daughter Mrs. JSllen Grant is dangerously ill. of Terror. Few nightslare more terrible than of a mother looking on her child 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 certain cure for croup and has never been known to fail. Keep it at hand. For sale by Paull Drug Co. ijSe?t,iz artti J"7:--AS C Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. 9r rt&s a Night tfsr fyott &i that Speakins: of making: sud- den changes did you ever " want to heat up a room Percin a hurry? Perhaps you overslept. hance-the alarm did not ring. You are in a tfw n ? d& faAX Q&rs: tfiurtt Always'appreciates trade from Adair and Adjoining Counties and isjconstantly of terrible hurry Owensby. Then is the time when you will appreciate a fering andjgiving toail comers,Bargains in all Lines ofgoods. As your humble servant has been laid up with the measles, and not in a writing mood, will now chronicle a few haDpenings of the past. Cole's Original Air-Tig- ht !HLWiirsend Dry Goods, Clothingjand Shoes From the result voiced by the election returns, it seems that most people in Russell county prefer the old log cabin with her climbing vines and protecting eaves, to the tuneful music of the rooster. But alas! How Wood Stove From zero to seventy degrees Fah renheit is a big jump but it is an easy stunt for this remarkable heater. Five minutes in time is all that is needed. to any "point,5bygPareeIs;j;Postjf prepaid? Any goodsjnot satisfactory can Obe"re trouble ia her sickness. urn Cook and wife are visiting times change. Four years hence dieir children in Columbia this the "beller" of that great week. will be heard. As he Beever Bunch is bad sick this comes stalking into camp, the week. Can't live many days un- old elephant will become so less he gets better soon, frightened, thattaway he wIl go, The wheat crop looks fine. and then the jig will be up. There is a big crop sown around Mr. W illiam Francis, insurance agent, of near Campbellsville, Ssto. Susie Hadley and Mrs. Ellen was in this community lately, Oaks have gone t o Russell shaking hands with old friends Springs shopping. Look and neighbors. Many years ago Mr. Francis lived where Mr. out when they come back. Sam Aaron now lives, and attendRev. S. K. P. Aaron had a ed his first school at Moore birthday dinner last Monday. school house, when a small boy: was 69 years old. There were Mr. Walter Haynes, Clarks-dal.'32 of his neighbors and friends Mo., spent a few days last who took dinner with him' All reported a good time. May Tobe week, among home friends. Mr. M. L. Owens, has received 3ive to have many more birthstate-mehis insurance all 0. day dinners is my wish. we are indeed glad to Jim Selby is building himself a feed barn. Jim killed a hog make. Mr. G. R. Reed, Columbia, 5ast week that weighed 550 lbs., 30 you see he needs a big barn was in this section recently to have room to salt his meat writing insurance. Miss Vertie Coffey, of this away. place, visited her cousin, Miss R Consumptive Cough. Letha Helm, at Montpelier, last A cough that bothers you contiuual-- y week. is one of ahe danger signals which Mr. C. B. Rine, a lumber man warns of consumption. Dr. King's 3?ev Discovery stop the cough, loosen of Campbellsville, was here last bull-moo- se to-da- y in - MnmBmfflsSs. Think of what that means to you on a cold morning of the time you save. No building of a new fire. You put in a fresh stick and away she goes. That isn't all. You get a steady, controllable heat hour after hour. Think what this means mm- - mlto your family in illness prevented and doctor's turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days after sent out Hav Woodson Lewis Herman C. bills avoided. Think of what it means in comfort quickly and cheaply furnished. Then come in while it is still in your mind. An inspection will decide the matter. Tafel 236 W. Jefferson, St. ie LoiiisvilIe,Ky. All Things Electrical e, Write for Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet Telegraph Inst. (" " Telephone Medical Battery i is just the stove you need. lighter fuel. It Burns wood and K.a nt "Cole's," the Original Patented AirTlght Heater, is sold only by us Reed & Miller it Electric Light Linemen Tools and Line Material 328 HSJLHt ri'.. c.Miai jVi Birdseve view of our Plant THE PEOPLES BANK OF DONNVILLE Dunnville, Kentucky. !? banish fever and let you isieep peacefully. The first dose checks the symptoms andgives prompt relief. Mrs. A. F. Mertz, of Glen Ellyn, Iowa, writes: "Dr. King's 2Tew Discovery cured a stuboru cough Iter sis weeks' doctoring failed to iielp. Try it, tjs it will do the some Soryou. Best medicine for coughs, colds, toroat and lung troubles. Monkey "back if it fails. Price 50c. & 81.00. All druggists, by mail, H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louos. For .sale by Paull Drug Co. the chest, week to see Mr. S. B. Collins, our mill man. Mr. B. B. Simms and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen Aaron, at Denmark, from Saturday til Sunday. un- Mr, W. J. Lawless and family have removed from Jamestown, back to their old home at this place. n, much .money in your clothes right then you will wish you were one of those prudent men, bank and pay by check. Oi 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 'Largest in Dixie" the modern kind, who keep their money in the ;:' Mr. Luke Williams, of Sewell-to- WE INVITE YOU TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US. JEunice. J. W. Davenport, Pres., has purchased a corn husker Robt. D. Williams, Cashier, R. G. Combest, Vice Pres. Bird hunting is the order of and shreder, and is now serving the public, Mr. S. B. Collins furthe day here. nishing the power. Mr. John Payne, of near Sew- - from one hundred to two fifty, Eld. J. B. Danniel, of Casey per acre. Wages are good here, ' Born to the wife of M. L. ellton, is very low at this writ- county filled his regular appointa ttan n et fron 20 Owens, the 27th, a girl Nina ing, and is not expected to live. to $30 a month, on the farm ment at Tabernacle Saturday Born to the wife of Millard and a married man can get from Enviree. night and Sunday. Powell, Nov., the 18th, a boy. $30 to $45, so you see why a On Monday, the 17th, the Mrs. Valeria Campbell was single man is behind here: Millard i3 all smiles. You bet. rrery sick several days of last friends and neighbors to the -- I meet with lots of Kentukians number of 31, surprised Mr. J. vweek. From Illinois. - here and can always teil them K. P. Aaron, by arriving early when I meet one, for the people Mr. R. D Williams and wife Macomb, 111.. Nov., 17, 1913. nere font greet you like Ky., d baskin the day with of Dunville visited relatives in peopbedo. I think it is all right ets. Hel)eing 69, a nice dinner Dear Editor: Will you please find space in t0 De here in the bummer but this neighborhood Saturday was served, and the day enjoyed your valuable paper lor a tew j wnen winter comes I want to night by all. lines from an old Russell county g0 back to old Kentucky where Miss Florence Rubarts is on t Rev. J. M. Gooding filled his bov? 1 came here to McDon I can get good biscuit like Ma county 111., in February use to make. t"he"sick list this week. regular appointment at Mt. Ver ough 1912, Macomb is the county seat There is one thing we Ken- Mr. J. R. Beard and daughters non the 3rd. baturaay, out no and has a population of about tuckians can boast of, tnat is, Xiela and Florence of Neatsburg service Sunday on account of in- seven thousand, it is quite a the pretty women. 111., is left ??isitedhis brother Mr. J. E. clement weather. Services- - by thriving little- - city. It consists on that, some of the women Beard and f anily last Saturday him on Saturday at 3 o'lock p. m. , of two railroads namely the here are so fat you can't tell alight and Sunday. and Sunday following at 11a. m. C. B. & Q. and the M. & W. I., from a round house. has two tile factories and two Will .ring off by saying I will Little Clarice Harmon was the Every body cordially invited to stoneware manfactories. see you all Christmas. uwen Hudson. guest of her cousin attend. is fine, it sells pleasant The land, sure W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. Incorporated I Columns, Windows, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, sSe f B ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. well-fille- and-Sundu- y. -- Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 1 2-- 1 1 CO- - 6 Eaat MatketlStreet,86etweenSf frst anoJ6rook - Louisville, Ky. a M