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Turner, who was a to come together again Wednesday native of Adair county, died at her Large and Enthusiastic Gathering, night of this week. home, Denton, Mo., a few weeks ago. years old, She was about seventy-siMany of Adair's Best Citizens A Sudden Death. . and before her marriage she was Miss a Number of Speeches. Mary J. Atkins, and she leaves many The people of the Milltown country relatives in Adair county where she were greatly surprised last Friday was born and reared. Her husband, LAID FOR FUTURE WORK. morning to learn that Mrs. Jennie Mr. John Turner, died a number of PLANS Caldwell had suddenly passed away years ago. She was an aunt of Mr. G. during Thursday night. She retired A. Atkins, of Milltown, and a first The Railroad meeting called for in her usual health and after sleeping cousin of Mrs. Margaret Tucker and Wednesday evening the 10th instant, several hours she awoke and notified Mrs. Kinnie Murrell, this place. members of the family that she was Last year the deceased spent two was largely attended, the court-hous- e sick, and in about twenty minutes months with her relatives and friends being 'well filled with representative in this county. citizens of the town of Columbia and thereafter she died. She was a vistim of a cancer. The deceased was about seventy six the county of Adair. years old and was the widow of Mr. Mr. C. S. Harris called the meeting How to saye Your Meat. to order and stated its object, where- Jerry Caldwell, who has been dead many years. She was a lady highly upon an organization was perfected by electing Mr. John W. Flowers, cashier respected and will be missed from the A writer in an exchange offers the of the Bank of Columbia, Chairman, neighborhood where she resided. She following suggestion as to preserving was a sister of Mrs. Ella Staples and and Mr. J. E. Murrell Secretary. meat. Those who butchered their In taking the chair Mr. Flowers Mrs. Margaret Wilmore, of this place.n hogs about three weeks ago fear that Funeral services were held at. made a Tew appropriate remarks, en Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, fcha hams and shoulders are injured by dorsing the move and at the concluthe exceeding warm weather which sion of his talk, speakers were called, conducted by Rev. W. H. C. Sandidge. has intervened This is a simple plan of Greensburg. 3IK. c. s. IIARUIS, The deceased was a consistent mem- pursued with good results. Remove the salt from the joints and wash them Being the first to address the audi ber of the Presbyterian Church. in water to which has been added two ence. He spoke of the great need of pounds of carbinate of soda to ten a railroad through this section and Over a Century Old. gallons of water. Allow them to dry suggested a plan by which he thought and treat them again to fresh salt, a sufficient amount of money could be Dr. William Voils, who removed and put them down in single layers raised to induce a corporation sto reach place, until this town by rail. His points were from Tennessee to this county over only, in a cool, well-aire- d fifty years ago, died at Russell Springs, ready to take up and smoke. Don't seemingly well taken, as there were Russell county, Friday, the 5th day of dip the joints, but pour the soda water many expressions of approval. this month. The day of his death he on them, using a common scrubbing JUDGE AW W. JONES, was 104 years eleven months and two brush as you pour the water on until President of the Bank of Columbia, days old. He claimed Adair county the salt is all removed. In curing was the next speaker, ne spoke en as his home, and his remains were pork, if you want to make assurance thusiastically and stated that he be brought to near Glenville and buried. doubly sure, cover the joints in a brine lieved that Adair county, without The end came at the home of his son, strong enough to float an egg, for two ontside assistance, could build a road Russell Springs, where he was visiting. weeks then take up and smoke as the either to Greensburg or to The deceased was an herb doctor packers do who never have tainted if a united effort should be and in his.young days he did a large joints, and then bacon is made princimade to raise one hundred or one hun- practice, ne gathered his remedies pally in warm weather by the use of dred and twenty-fiv- e thousand dollars from the woods, boiling them to a syr- refrigeration. by subscription. With that amount up, which he administered to his paof money with which to start, the BasKet Ball. road could be built b bonding for its tients. RAILROAD MEETING. Two Good Lectures. Read and Heed This. Verdict for Will. A dispatch from Frankfort to the of racent date says: "A will executed in 1873 by Thomas x I Thursday evening Drs. Browder and Alexander addressed, in the Methodist Church, a most attentive and inter ested audience composed largely of the students of the town and many of the older people. These addresses were along aduca-tionlines especially in connection Training with the Lindsey-Wilse- y School; of the splendid work it is doing at present and its still better plans for the future. A strong appeal was made to the people to assist in the building of a fine brick dormitory for the boys and much interest was arroused and a neat al sum pledged by many ent. that The Debate. Mill-tow- Camp-bellsvill- e, Your neighbor can never get it, and Friday evening at 8 o'clock four of you will never see it again. Lindsey-Wilson- 's most promising Courier-Jour- nal at Half young men debated the subject of Daily "Woman Suffrage" to a very apprePrice. ciative and enthusiastic audience. Messrs. C. F. Allen and Frank Hulse During December. January, and represented the affirmative side and Messrs. Marvin Perryman and Guy February the Adair County News has Stevenson the negative. Each speak- made a special arrangement whereby can be er acquitted himself with honor, but the Daily Courier-Journ- al some deliberation upon the part furnished one year for S3.00, six months after of the judges the decision was given $1.75, by mail (Sunday not included) to all persons who will give their orders in favor of the affirmative side. to us during the months named above. Better still, you can have the Daily Courier-Journ- al and this paper one year each for only $3.50. After FebAll owing state, county and Graded ruary 23th, 1914, the price of the Daily school taxes, are notified that same Courier-Journ- al alone is 86.00 a year. must be paid at once. My term of Take advantage of this special Bar office expires the first Monday in Jan- gain Offer at once and Reduce the uary, and I am compelled to settle High Cost of Living. same at once. Do not think hard of To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, me if you see your property advertis- Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to ed for taxes in this paper. This the Courier-Journ- al. Tax-Notic- e. Money kept in this community helps everyone in the community. It is a part of the common fund on which iiuyuuo wicn anyenmg to sell merchandise, labor, farm products can draw. Money that is sent away from nome is withdrawn from this common fund. It helps to improve the entire community. Send all the mon ey away and all the people in the community would be "broke." The dollar you spend with the local merchant will continue to circulate in the neighborhood, paying grocer, doctor, carpenter, teacher. Ultimately it may return to you to be again started on its journey of purchase and payment. were pres The dollar sent to the mail order house goes to swell the bank account of a concern in Chicago or New York. It is lost to your community forever. Courier-Journ- al C. Gov. Proctor Knott, was upheld by the Court of Appeals, which reversed the Marion Circuit Cnnrr-- . in m, m of Thomas C. Purdy's administrator s. aiiranaa uvans. The latter was i daughter of Purdv's first. mrrinr who was taken by her erandnarpnta'tvi rear before she was 2 years old. Purdy ieiii an ins property, some $15,000, to his second wife, and her son, A. D. Purdy. Undue influence and mental incompetency were the grounds on which the testament was attacked, but the Court of Appeals said the lower court should have directed a verdict sustaining the will. Now is Your Chance. Purdy, and drawn and witnessed by subscriptions for the Courier-Journat 83.00 per year for the home nenni during these months. al who do not get their mail at the CoMr. J. W. Flowers, who is the local agent, will take During the months of December, Jauuary and February we will furnish the daily Courier-Journa- l and the Adair County News one year each, for $1.00. This offer in made to people lumbia Post Office. Married in Russell County. Mr. Wade Helm surprised his Co friends-las- t means you. A. D. Patteson, S. A C. completion. He further stated, as also did Mr. Harris, that railroad corporations were not seeking us, but that we were seeking them, and that we would have to show that we were in dead hard earnest by putting up cash before anything tangible isaccompish-ed- . He stated as did the first speaker, that he would support the enterprise with a liberal contribution, and concluding, he asked lor an expression from those who favored the enterprise, and who are able to pay, and thirteen thousaud dollars were virtually made up. KEV. J. . CIIAXDLEU, n, was Principal of the Lindsey-Wilsothe next to address the assembly. He was very much in favor of a road, and stated that in order to get one there must be an everlasting agitation of the proposition. He said that it would take time to build a road, but if a persistent and united effortshould be made success would eventually crown the efforts of the promoters. mi. ii. w. imowDEii, of Bowling Green, being in the audience, was called for, and he told of the experience his native county Logan had had in building railroads. He said that a number of years ago that county voted a tax of S1,000,000 to a railroad corporation, and that some years later a tax of $300,000 was voted to another company and that the county of Logan got two roads, and for a long time the property owners had been paying the tax, but that they were about through now. He was asked about the valuation of property in the county before the roads were built and the present value. He said that he thought the increase was as much as 40 per cent. He felt a great interest in Adair county and hoped her people would get a road. DIl. GROSS ALEXANDER, Another visitor to our town, came next. He spoke of the great need of a road to this place, and believed that a united effort would finally prove successful. l'KOF. A. It UALLA11D, who had signified a willingness to give liberally to the enterprise, advocated the 'Aft "" - cial Club, to aid in furthering the project, and a meeting is called for this (Wednesday) night at the Courthouse. Every member is urged to be present, and many new members would be gladly received. Mr. W. A. ffey, who is treasurer of the club, ated that he had something like two hundred and fifty dollars on hand. On motion of Judge Jones a committee was appointed to confer with rail- of the Commer- road corporations. Messrs. Jas. T. Page, J. O. Russell W. R. Myers and C. S. Harris were appointed to solicit funds. Taking it altogether, it was the most enthusiastic meeting that has been held in Columbia for years. There were many farmers in the au Friday evening the Columbia Basket predict a failure, lets remember that Ball team met the fast team from St, it takes time and patience, and such Miss Beatrice Breeding, one of Adair Mary's and defeated it by the score of things are not done in a day or week. county's popular young ladies, who 11 to 8. And let us also remember that in othThe boys who composed the home er days the false prophets were stoned had been engaged in teaching near Greensburg since the first of July, was team were: Joe M. Rosenfield, Alby to death. As I have been asked what taken with muscular rheumatism the Eubank, Will Diddle, Ed Diddle, and kind of a building and what will it first of November. She was conveyed Ralph Hurt. cost, I will answer some of this. The to her home neai Columbia after The beys should feel quite proud of building that is in mind now is a three weeks of her illness. She is this victory as St. Marys has, without frame 31 x 42, with recess pulpit 16 x some better at this writing. Her many a doubt, one of the best teams in the 2S, room on North side for Sunday friends are hoping for her early recov- State. School and also 30 by 42 basement. ery. She has been sick seven weeks, The cost will be about three thausaud The Educational Board of The dollars. and her suffering has been great, esA. W. Whitten. is highly pecially at first. She has many Louisville Conference I will pay the highest market price liriends where she has been teaching, pleased with the Lindsey-Wilso- n also in this county, who are very shool, not only its past and present for corn and wheat delivered at my and work, but its future as well. The exchange, Columbia, Ky. anxious for her recovery. school has never been more nourishing 1 mo. G. B. Smith. It you want to see Columbia grow and its future seems to warrant the reigning Board in spending more money. A and general prosperity We understand that Mr. J. K. P. throughout Adair county, lend your brick dormatory for the boys, con- Conover, who has made the county a assistance and give of your means to taining 40 rooms, is now being consid- very efficient jailer for the past four secure a railroad. Enterprising men ered and will cost $10,000. The Board years, will vacate the bastile this of the town and county are going af- only asks this community to give week, surrendering to his successor, ter a road, and if a corporation will S2.500. It would be a serious mistake Mr. C. G. Jeffries, who will remove his not build it, the county of Adair will, to fail in securing this meney, and we j family from Knifley to Columbia. It not by a tax, as that would be uncon trust that the friends of the school is predicted that the incoming official stitutional, but by private subscrip will not allow it to be done. The will make a good jailer tion. There are lots of men in Adair school is doing a great work and the An ounce of help is worth a barrel county who are willing to give ?, few dormitory is necessary for its growth. thousand dollars each to the enter- $1,800 of the $2,500 was raised this of pity. It is Christmas times. Do not pity the poor children of your comprise, and then have money enough week. munity. Give them something that to live on easy street. left they will enjoy. Make them happy, Mr. William Irvine, who formerly Maj J. W. Ottley escaped from be- lived at Camp Knox, Green county, and when you retire at night you need ing badly hurt last Wednesday after- and who for some years has been mak- not be afraid your rest will be disnoon. He was enroute home from ing his home with his son, Dr. W. T. turbed by frightful dreams. Campbellsville, in an automobile. Irvine, Jonesville, Ind., is now a resThe machine met a lady seated in a ident of Columbus, Ind., the doctor Dr. Gross Alexander, of Nashville, buggy. The horse she was driving be and his family having removed to that preached a fine sermon at the Methcame frightened, and seeing her dan- city. The sou, renewing his subscrip- odist church Sunday forenoon. All ger, Maj. Ottley left the auto and tion to The News, writes that his fa- the young men and young girls of Cowent to the lady's rescue. Taking ther, who is nearly 87 years old, is lumbia should have heard it. Sunday hold of the bridle of the horse the quite feeble, but that he reads and en- night Dr R. W. Browder, of Bowling Major was jerked to the ground, drag- joys The Adair County News. The Green, delivered a strong discourse. ged a short distance, but fortunately old gentleman has been using crutchwas not seriously hurt. es for some time, but was able to take Reorganization of the Commercial a twelve mile auto ride a few days Club is set for Wednesday, now said that in a short time ago. It is in the court-housIn addition the to make the hacks will be brought out the trips between this place and Mrs. Nancy MaGaha, wife of Mr. Jo railroad proposition will be further Campbellsville, and that they will MaGaha, died last Saturday morning developed. Don't fail to be present. continue on the pike until March. at their home near Lebanon. The Parties having wheat deposited at We are sorry that the pike conditions cause of death was neuralgia. She are expected to be in such a fix as to was thirty-thre- e years old and an es- Roller mill, can get their flour at make it necessary for such a mode of timable lady Beside her husband either Roller mill or G. B. Smith's travel. It is through the winter that three children survive. She was a exchange, or a part at either place. G. B. Smith. the traveling public want to make daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Burdoes not matter so ton. The body was laid to rest last quick trips. It Keep the faith. Dont weaken in much in warm weather. Sunday, in the family burying grouud the work. We need a railroad and near Purdy, Mr. X. B. Kelsey has sold a half incan build it. Be in the court-hous- e terest in his store, in the mill district, Messrs. W. A. Coffey and J. L. Mc- tonight Wednesday. to his brother, James Kelsey, of Glen- Lean were in the Sparksville country ville. Mr. Kelsey will remove to Co- last week, hunting. They killed fifty Flowers & Beck have just received will be ready for business birds and nights they were most hos- a large supply of self rising' flour. lumbia and this week. The stock will be in- pitably entertained by 'Squire C. C. Famlies who want to do fancy baking,' creased. Roe, who is one of the fat livers in call No., 160. that part of the county and who is Last week we stated that C. C. Roe perfectly contented when hungry town had been appointed postmaster at Columbia Lodge of Odd- - Fellows his festival board. Sparksville, this county. We were folks are seated at will meet next Thursday night. Full mistaken in the name. It was C. C. Messrs. R. K. and Mavin Young attendance is desired. Coomer who was appointed. returned from Cumberland county a For all kinds of fresh Christmas James M. Woodrum sold 30 acres of few days ago where they put in a week They killed over candies, fruits, etc., call at Flowers & land, lying near Cane Valley, to Olie shooting birds. Beck's store. two hundred. Bault for $1000 cash. 7-to-nige. 6-- Recovering. After due consideration we have de cided to stop the work on the U. B. Church till Spring. While some may Saturday afternoon The lucky girl was Miss Lula Antle, whose home was in Russell county, not far from Mont, pelier. The ceremony was imorpjiv- ly prefomed by Rev. Charles Deener. in the presence of a few friends. The couple are now at the Helm home, this lam now in my exchange, Columbia, city. May they live long and happy with plenty of good meal and flour to lives, is the wish of their many friends. exchange for wheat and corn. Call at my exchange, Columbia, 1 mo. G. B. Smith. flour and ship-stufT"! mo. G. B. Smitlu. A Card of Thanks. by lumbia getting married. 7-- for-mea- l, f. Mrs. R. B. Smith desires to express Notice. There are three shoats on my place, have been there about three months, two pale red, one black sDotted. marked, crop off left, half-cro- p in the right. Owner can get them by paying feed bill and for this notice. 7-l- t. her heartfelt thanks to the multitude of friends who came to her assistance during the illness of her husband to which the end came so happily last Saturday evening Dec. 6th. A friend in need is a friend indeed. Valuable Property for Sale Cane Valley. at E. A. McKinley, Ozark, Ky. Quarrely Meeting. A dwelling house and necessary outbuildings. Also a double 2 story frame At the Methodist church next Sabstore house, new and bath. Love feast 10:30 and DrmnhinoKnown as S. G. Banks Corner. Also at U a. m., followed with the sacra blacksmith shop in rear with opening ment. to front. For further particulars call on, write or 'phone, For Sale. John Eubank, Cane Valley, Ky. I have three Poland China boars which I will sell. Death of An Estimable Lady. Joe Harris, Columbia, Ky. Ida, the beloved wife of Mr. John II. Payne, died at Deumark, Russell The building committee of the Bapcounty, last Wednesday, after a long tist Church, has called for the last illness. She was a daughter of Mr. half of all subscriptions. We need William Vaughn and was about forty the money and trust that every one years old. will pay at once. Mrs. Rob Reed and An obituary will be published later. Miss Alice Walker will receive the pay and deliver to you your note. Special Notice. Wanted. All persons owing the late R. II. Ten carpenters, at once. Apply to Durham will pleasee call the undersigned by phone or write them at J. C. Miller, Columbia, Ky. Campbellsville. All persons holding Mr. Roy Walker lost a $125 mule claims against the said decedent will Sunday night. It was all right before also confer with the undersigned. dark, but dead the next morning. It J. W. & C. M. Durham. had a deep gash cut in top of its head. Remember that the Commercial It could not have been kicked by anClub will meet at the court house other animal, as no other stock was in this ( Wednesday ) night. If you the lot. The manner of death is a are a member attend, and many new mystery. members are solicited. Notice. Persons who want to buy handsome Christmas presents, should read the persons owing us notes and acadvertisement of Murray Ball, which All counts please call and settle same at appears on our eighth page. e. - t. once. 7-- 2t Walker Bro3. Please call and settle your accounts before January 1 1914. I need what iGarlin post office will be discontinued you owe me and must have it. W. R. Grissom. the 3lst of this month. J 7-- lt. are receiving the News there, will Mr. Sam Lewis' place of business is please give us the change in their now adorned with' a varanda of some address. dimentions. All Modern Woodman, in good stand-in- g, are requested to be at their hall Four good, young Jacks for sale, 2 next Monday night, Dec. 29th. to 5 years old. Smith & Hunn, J. C. Strange, Clerk. Columbia, Ky. I keep on hands a full stock of Masons are urged to coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep All Royal Arch be at the hall Friday night. Import- Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or ant business. Residence Phone 29, office day. Read the big- "ad" of the Casey Phone 98. Jones Store, which can be found on 45-- 1 vr J. F. TrtnfA-- . page. our last Ad Colombia. Ky. 6-t- f. - Parties who - .if. -- U f THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Georgians Praising Strange New Liquid. success without taking the trouthe Game Laws. As formerly stated in frThe ble to learn how it was achieved. News, the Kentucky political National progress as any other People Who Suffer for Years Limit of Fifteen Birds for a Day's correspondent of the Cincinnati must be made on constructive And Who Never Expected to Enquirer, Mr. Cromwell, of Lex rather than obstructive lines. Hunting is Proposed. RecovGet Well Are Fast ington is ascertaining the stand- The individual is a poor citizen ering and Whole State who desires that for which he Is Interested. Frankfort, Ky. Laws ' to re- ing of the candidates for the has done nothing. Learn the strain "game hogs" and to pro- Senatorial nomination in Kentucphilosophy of attainment and So great has been the success of g animals will be ky by writing to well posted the famous new Koot Juice medicine tect in Atlanta and elsewhere that people Democrats in each of the 20 work it. all over the state have become inter- proposed to the General Assemested and reports of remarkable exSo far replies have Craycraft. periences are beginning to come from bly by the State Game and Fish counties. all directions. been received from just one-haAmong the latest and most remark- Commission, and drafts of the able cases that have been brought to measures are prepared. The pro- of the counties and they show The health of this community n light is that of Mrs. E. Storm, a of Marietta, Ga., who resident that Beckham will carry forty, is very good at present. has for over six years suffered from posed law will limit the open seastomach and diduey trouble and whom Stanley thirteen, McCreary sevThe parent's of Oak Grove number it is said eight doctors and a to cure. son 'for beaver, mink, raccoon, medicinces failed of different en, and Smith one. In practic- school had a very enjoyable time In speaking of her strange experience otter, opossum, skunk and musk with the Eoot Juice treatment. Mrs. ally all of the counties not con- last Friday, when their teacher Storm said. "My appetite was poor, rat to the months between my food would not digest and 1 sufceded to Beckham he is regarded gave them a parent day. Tne st and April st. fered grightfully. Gas would form in my stomach and cause belching. SomeStanley has made numerous winners of the day are as follows: Fifteen game birds as the maxtimes I would become sick at the fur-bearin1 Changes Wanted in Beckham Will Win. we covet and condemn visible Special All Notice lf well-know- Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once No-vemb- er 1 1 The Government "bag" for a day's hunt- speeches in behalf of his candi- Pole vault by Garrett Murrell; and pains over my kidneys. I was ing is designed to restrain the dacy, and has continually kept Candy contest by Elvira Huber; and nervous and at wsak, times I could not sleep. When I be- ardor of the "game hog" and himself in the limelight by visitEgg race by Edith Kimbler; gan to hear so much about the new Koot Juice treatment I decided to try "pot hunter." This would ap ing various parts of the State, Somersault by David Bryant, it and now, after nsing only two bottles, I find myself greatly benelitted. ply to doves as well as other while Beckham has not yet fired Girls Wheelbarrow race by Ber I am beginning to feel fine. For the 'irst time in four years I am able to birds, and it is proposed to make the opening gun of his cam tha Shepherd, boys race by Fred work about the house. I certainly do run-dow- stomach and frequently suffered from imum headaches. I had severe backaches n Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year tiot regret any money I spent for this ijreat medicine for the two bottles I the dove season open September paign, and has barely begun the Grider. used have done more for me than all 1st instead of August 1st. The work of organization. the doctors and meddicines I tried in Brother Chandler will preach eight years."' law will permit a hunter to kill Neither the Cincinnati En- at Clear Spring next second SunAnother remarkable case is that of Sir. Joseph Bradner, of Jackson, Ga., fifteen birds a day and have in quirer nor Mr. Cromwell and day his regular day. whose sighed statement says that using two bottles of the juice, his possession a number proporafter Beckham partisans, and if they rheumatism left him, the swelling The people of this community appeared and he feels better than for tionate to the number of days he pref- regret very much to give up Mr. were inclined to show any years. Reports similar to these coming he has hunted. A fine of $ 0 for erence, either in selecting the Upton Grider and family, who from all parts of the state seem to prove beyond all doubt that the new every bird over the maximum is men to whom to write for inforleft last week to make Louisville medicine is effecting wonderful results in cases of impure blood, rheu- to be the penalty. replies, their future home. mation or in editing the matism, weak kidneys, backache, head1 orea k Bargain And the aches, nervousness, indigestion, belchAll imported pheasants, Hun- it is fair to assume that Mr. ing, loss of appeetite, pains after meals There will be a spelling at Oak and other symptoms of weak or dis- garian partridges and prairie Beckham would not get ten ben- ordered stomach, liver, kedneys or Grove next Thursday night,' ev- bowels. chickens are to be protected by of :he partiality (though we, ery feody invite It can now be obtained at any yood an indefinitely closed season to Jefit drug store and in view of the great believe none has been exercised.) benefits hundreds of sufferers are deThe crowd of young folks went riving every day it would seem ad- give them a chance to propogate, The men waitten to by the visable for home people who seek a opossum hunting last Tuesday speedy cure to give it a thoJougbtrial. though persons may be licensed correopondant reside in this The Louisville Daily Herald Adair County News One Year Each Quaker Quibs. of this communiIn view of all these facts it The farmers Mr. Wigwag "She deserves A closed season on fishing bethrough gathering would seem that the race is a ty are about a better husdand than she got." tween April 1st and June 1st and veritable walkover for Mr. Beck- corn. Caustique "All woman the prohibition of the use of arMiss ham, and that the sooner his opdo." tificial Dait during the spawning Early History of the Horse. ponents awake to the situation It is the philosophy of many a season are designed to give the the better off they will be. man to follow the crowd, even fish a chance to propagate. ShootEgypt was undoubtedly in earNews. ing of fish with lead as well as then only at a safe distance. ly times the great breeding place of horses. Solomon obtained all It is a waste of time to tell steel bullets is to be prohibited, Croup and Cough Remedy. the grocer who gives short and no bass under eight inches Croup is a terrible disease, it attacks his fine horses from Egypt, and weight that he ought to mend long is to be taken out of the children so suddenly they are very apt this concurs with the narratives y to choke unless given the proper Ills weights. streams. at once. There is nothing better of the Greek writers. Accordin the world than In spite of the fact that there To stop the use of nets the law Discovery. Lewis Dr. King's 3 Kew ing to them Sesostis was the Chamberlain,, tof Ohio, writesabout his professor of the art of horsemanIs no short cut to fame, the bald will provide that possession of a Manchester, children: "Sometimes in severe atheaded man is always coming net over ten feet long and hav- tacks we were afraid they would die, ship and taught his countrymen since we proved what a certain how to tame and ride the noble out on top. ing a mesh of less than half inch but remedy Dr. King's ISew Discovery is, Truth crushed to earth will is prima facie evidence of guilt we lutve no fear. We rely on it for animal. In the time of Solomon croup, coughs and colds." So can "you. rise again, which isn't so of violating the game law. Dy- 50c and 81. A bottle should be in ev- the price of a horse from Egypt At all Druggists remarkable, after all. A lie will namiting streams is to be made ery home. Co., Columbia, Ky. H.and averaged 150 shekels, which E. Paull Drug would be about 52.50, a large offense, and Buckles & Co , Phila. St. Louis. generally do the same trick. a penitenitentiary 's sum in those days. In Its all right to take care of the the fine for seining is to be inYou will never rise very high time, 600 years later pennies, bub at the same time it creased from $25 to $50. hopes if your motive is purely selfish. than Solomon, the price of a iisn't always the sense of humor Executive Agent Ward to have all the game laws of the Not a few there are who com good charger was about 50 daaks, th2?i makes dollars. recodified at the approach- plain of present conditions. or 157.50 at least that is the reThe woman of the Fiji islands State Usually when questioned these corded price paid by Penophon session of the General wear any clothes,." remar- ing don't men want the competence and himself for the steed on which he ked the returned traveler. ease of others with out paying rode during his celebrated reexclaimed Mere Man. Pit His Case Exactly. Egyptians the they find to "When father was sick about six the price. Jealousy cf another treat. After the M1 wonder what man's goods never yet has made Afabs next became breeders of talk about." Philadelphia Rec- - years ago he read an advertisement of Chamberlain's Tablets in the papers a man worthy of them. You celebrated horses. These people prd. that fit his case exactly," writes Miss beautiful, inpatent has been Margaret Campbell of Ft. Smith, Ark. cant help wishing equal benefits develop a type so An English but the ideal should be to attain telligent and faithful, that there granted for a fender to be sus- ''He purchased a box of them and he has not been sick since. My sister on your own merit without tak- are many who believe that the pended in front of an automo- had stomach trouble and was also bening from another what really horse reached his crowning globile wheel to burst obstructions efited by them." For sale by Paull ' belongs to him. Too frequently ry under his Arabian Masters. Drug Co. .away. E-to- A short answer seldom helps be protected also by a closed seathings along. son for several years until the Most of us perfer to profit by State is well restocked. the mistakes of other people It is proposed to require the rather than by our own. keeping up of the bird dogs in so much miss- If there wasn't the nesting season in che spring placed confidence there would be. and to offer a bounty for killing breach of promise suits. fewer night, and reported a nice time. to have them in their possession county seats, where the oppositMrs. Mabel Holladay is visitfor breeding purposes. ion to Beckham has always been ing her parents this week, near Big game, elk and deer are to the strongest. As the campaign has not taken much of a definite form yet, expressions have largely come from town people and politicians, who, as a class are not nearly so favorable to Beckham as the country folks, are who are saying little. Craycraft. The Masonic Hall that is being erected over the Oak Grove church, is nearly completed. The people of this community have lost a great deal of meat, caused by the warm weather. For 3.00 i I hawks. This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send jour subscriptions to I this office. Li. H. JOES Both One Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. Year For Only pL55 rem-9d- Subscriptions may be new or renewal PHONE NO. 7K What The Weekly Enquirer Is It is issued every Thursday, Subscription pric to-da- y. A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer Xen-ophon- The Adair News And County per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklies of It ha3 all the facilities of tho great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtaining the World's events, and for that reason can give you all the lcVw; news. It carries a great I amount of valuable farmmatter. crispt editorial and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments mako a necessity to ever; home, farm or business ma Tnis grand oQ"er is limited and we advise you to taKe advantage by subscribing for the above combination right now. Call Ormail orders to, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . . "Gra-vcious- i" The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Subscribe for the Adair County News. year. $100 The Adair County News and Weekly urnal, Courier-Jo- both one Year Each $1.50 . f A -- & THE ADAIR COUNT? NEWS 0. 6. BARBWICt, Pres. J. I. COCKE, V. Pres. "! R. H. DIETZMAN, Testing Precious Stones. Ozark. Sec W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 Co. Can you tell a real diamond Farmers of this section are from an imitation? Genuine dia- about done gathering corn, makmonds can best be recognized by ing hay is the principal occupa- DEALERS'IN Woodson Lewis Greensburg, Ky. rived this morning, will probGRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS tations become scratched and ably remained here with his 1301 TftlKTeeNTft-Mftl- N. LOUTSVILD2 dulled by friction. For an exmany friends until after Christperienced eye it is not difficult mas.. SMOKESTACKS to decide from the appearance Mrs. G. G. Reynolds and little of the faces whether a stone is granddaughter Irene, spent a genuine or not, for those of real day recently with Mrs. T. J. Sheet Iron and Tank Worh diamonds are seldom so regular Bryant. as those of fine imitations. With Mr. Kent Bryant bought a the latter the greatest care is load of corn in Russell county p hhhSvvbV'BHMB JOBBING WORK SOLICITED taken, in grinding, to smooth last week, paying $5.00 per bar-- All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- and polish not only the faces, but rel delivered. Mr. Carlie Combest and famalso the whole form into such a ily visited relatives here last shape as to avoid differences in Saturday, Mr. Cumbest and Mr. the reflection, refraction, and B. O. Hurt attended the burial If scattering of the rays. of Mr. Durham at Campbellsville In the grinding and polishing Mr. Henry Montgomery of of real brilliants, on the other Flroy has rented property here hand, effort is made to keep the and will remove in a few days. Mr. W. G. Roy and wife and original size as nearly as possible, and some little irregularities Mr. H. J. Conover were guest of For your Christmas buying put the H. B. & W Store in the faces and angles are pre Mr. Kent Bryant and wife a few nights ago. on your list. We show an immense line of suitable ferred to any diminution l n Mr. Upton Grider and family weight. In the imitations the gilts, such as left Wednesday for Louisville superfluity o f cheap material where they will remain the comPictures, Lace which may be wasted witout ing year, Mr. Grider having making any difference enables a rented his property at this place Sweepers, Vacum Cleaners, Gapet perfect counterfeit to be made. to Mr. Jim Conover. The entire A necessary tool for testing is community is sorry to give Mr. Sizes. family up, as he was Rugs in Shapes the file, which is not able to in- Grider and enterpaising, a good singer and jure or scratch a real diamond, Our location makes it possible to quote low. prices and one of the best brick masons while on an imitation it quckly in this section. on best merchandise best merchandise, besides we makes its mark. Better than Mr. Elmore Bryant wife and will refund your Railroad fare. sapphire and baby visited Walker Bryant the file is a fragment of Money Saved is Money Made,. because the sapphire is the next and family last Saturday and hardest stone to the diamond. Sunday. Lets prove to you the maxim of this adage. Mr. Grover Bryant is quite Any stone that can be scratched with a sapphire is surely no dia- sick. Huhbuch Bros., & Weliendorff mond. If a small drop of water California Woman Seriously Alarmed Incorporated is placed on the upper face of a "A short time ago I contracted a severe cold which settled on my lungs 522 and 524 West Market St. touched with a and caused me a great deal of annoybrilliant and I pointed pencil, the drop will keep ance. andwould have bad coughing my lungs were so sore and spells its rounded form, while the stone inflamed 1 began to be seriously alarm ed. A friend recommended Chamberremains clean and dry. If the lain's Cough Kemedy, saying she had or years. I bought a bottle same thing is done to a glass im- used-it.and it relieved my cough the first itation, the drop spreads out at night, and in a week I was rid of the soreness of my lungs," writes cold once. A diamond plunged into Miss and Gerber, Sawtell, California. Marie water will be plainly visible and For sale by Paull Drug Co. mm will glitter through the liquid Muffled Knocks. while an imitation stone is almost invisible. It is alright to sit down and Always appreciates trade from Adair and If a person looks through a .wait for inspiration. But the diamond, as through a bit of rent collector doesn't know what glass, at a black dot on a sheet the word means. Adjoining Counties and is constantly ofof white paper, one single point The children used to disappoint will be seen clearly. If several their parents when they grew points appear, or a blur is seen, fering and giving to ail comers, Bargains up. But nowadays it is the it is an imitation. other way around. The white sapphire, the white in all Lines of goods? There are two tkinds of male topaz, and rock crystal are comOne monly sold as diamonds, but jelly fish in the world. more often imitations are made breed blames it on a woman and Will send Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes of glass. To recognize these the other species blames it on t glass imitations, treatment with Bad Company. to any point, by Pareels Post prepaid. acids is also recommended, which The man who is out getting removes the polish on the faces, soused because he didn't get the "" while it does not affect the dia- girl of his choice will often run . Any goods not satisfactory can be re- -; mond, ruby, sapphire, or emer- into her husband, who is getting ald. However, an imitation made soused becaused he got her. . turned by ParcelPost,if in seven days of glass yields to the harness- When daughter was a little tot test, so that a chemical test is she used to hunt father's slip ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. their hardness and high reflective tion at present. Mr. Nat White who is ever a power. The diamond stays arbecause it is hard and imi- welcome visitor at this place bril-liant You muse bear in minu tnat there is not a single physical condition that the human mind can not change. Matter is to mind n what a good is to her mistress. The world and all her institutions are for man. They are dead and inert until touched and vivified with truth, If your ideal is in accord with truth, and you have courage and tenacity enough to follow its leading, you will eventually realize it. The mind that is alive with truth has power to change any false position, however stron-l- y it is now entrenched. The distinctive element in success lies in the supreme desire of your heart With the moral courage to stick to the issue, you can win your goal and be a leader to others, and a benefit to all you touch. hand-maide- BOUND THE WORLD Chicago has 300.000 Polish inhabitants. Nearly all the timber used in Greece is imported. Only 7.4 per cent of the territory oi Italy Is unproductive. An international oil industries exposition will be held in London in March and April. Sweden is being urged to patss a lawgiving women the right to propose marriage. In the city of New York there of 5,000 building materia? j f ; i are-upwar- d teamsters. The Chinese have Innumerable uses for empty tin cans, fashioning them Into many and various household utensils. Immense steam shovels made in CM-cahave been ordered for new harbor work in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Russia has 1,400 acres of tea plantations, and the acreage is increasing constantly. By the end of 101G the Chinese to have 1,000 aeroplanes, this year's budget calling for the purchase1 of 230. The laying of a new cable will place England within ten minutes of Bombay, Hongkong, Colombo and Singa-Dorgo army-expect- s you stop in e. AN ACQUIRED TASTE. LOUISVILLE Curtains Portcers, all and proportion to its popSwitzerland, That Was Paid to an ulation, spendsin more on poor relief English Artist. than does any other country. Richard Wilson, the English landChinese boatmen at Macao have been scape painter, was not of a pliant disletting off bombs and crackers to inposition. Conscious of his own merits, gods not to Injure them witt he disdained to humble himself to duce the a whirlwind. those who measure men by rank and St Louis Is Installing Are escapes oc value them by pounds. But Wilson's all public school buildings In obedience friends, liked him no less for his to new state law. brusque manner. Bedsteads sold in India have to have Goldsmith, Sterne, Wilson and Dr. upright corner posts for the hanging Johnson were assembled at Garrick's house with a party of ladies for sup- mZ mosquito netting. e A Scotch builder has invented a new-typper. of wall tie that grips half a dozen ' "We were very lively at your exbricks instead of two, as usual. pense indeed, gentlemen," said Mrs. A tube which extends from the cenGarrick, rallying them for having arpunish you for not ter of the bottom toward the spout of rived late. "To obeying our summons the ladies likened a new teakettle admits heat to hasten you all to plants and fruits and flow- the boiling of its contents. A giant among motorcycles is a ers." "Pray let us hear," said Wilson. French machine of fourteen horse pow"Doubtless I come In for a sprig of er, designed chiefly for pacing bicycle riders on race tracks. laurel." Amsterdam, the diamond cutting cen"No, sir," said the pretty, lively lady; 'you are wrong." ter of the world, has more than 1,000 applications from persons who wish "For rue, perchance," said he. "No, sir; guess again." to learn the art "Why, I am dubbed bitter enough, An Englishman has discovered a perhaps a crab," said he, "for thai method for growing lawn grass on sucb man," pointing to Garricfc, "has dub a foundation that it can be handled a? bed me Sour Dick." a carpet or nig. "Guess again," said Mrs. Garrick, Blunt business letters, without salulaughing. "Will you give it up?" tations and flourishes, are in Sontb "Yes, madam."" America considered evidences of bad "Why, then, sir, you are likened tc business breeding. olives. Now, will you dare to inquire experimental apparatus, Much further?" notes, etc., of Volta, one of the pioneers "Let me see," said Wilson, with all In the electrical field, were recently diseyes upon him. "Well, then, my dear, covered in a small Italian town. out with it! I dare." The largest bridge ever exported from "Then know, sir," said she, rising England, and largest but one eve, and courtesy Ing most gravely, "Mr. built, having thetotal length of 5.325 a Wilson Is rough to the taste at first, feet. Is being constructed for use in tolerable by a little longer acquaint- India. Odd Compliment of-th- e . i after sent out superfluous. Constipation PolsonsYou. If you are constipated, your entire system is poisoned by the waste matter kept in the body serious results ofen follow. Use Dr. King's New Life Pills and you will soon get rid of constipation, headache, and other troubles. 25c. at Paull Drug Co., or bo mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Phila., St. Mouis. Woodson Lewis The Adair CountyNevvs and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- ai At the request of the government oi China a Chinese student has been assigned as aid in one of the field parties CAUGHT THE BLUFFER. of the United States geological survey. Bread may be kept fresh for several De Wint's Clever Ruse That Sold One days at temperatures below freezing oc of His Paintings. exceeding 104 degrees, according to a Peter De Wlnt, the English land- Dutch scientist scape painter, was accustomed each The largest settlement in Greenland e show of year to have a is Sydproven. which has a population his pictures before sending them to the is Skansen. In Water Color society's exhibition. On of 7CG, and the smallest forty-si- x Inhabnorth Greenland, with eruch occasions his friends frequently bought pictures, which, of course, ap- itants. The largest cement kiln in the world, peared at the public exhibition marked operated entirely by electricity, recent"Sold." Among the painter's friends was a ly was put into operation by a Pennwealthy man who wanted to appear a sylvania plant. The desire for equal suffrage has patron of art and at the same time keep his money. He managed this by spread to India, where successful meetloudly admiring the paintings already ings on behalf of the cause are being sold. He was always a bit too late to held and unusual interest shown in the buy the pictures that pleased him demand (or women's enfranchisement Three of the buoys of the ill fated most, and having seen them, as he was wont to declare, he could never content Andree expedition to the north pole have been found. Disaster probably himself with less beautiful works. De. Wlnt at last suspected the man's overtook Andree between Franz Josef sincerity, and when the next show day Land and Nova Zembla. Although the United States is th came round he concluded to test him. plenty of time had been allowed richest country in the world in deposits After for De Wint's friends to make their of peat, none of several peat fuel purchases the rich man arrived. Asl plants that have been established have usual, his eye soon fell on two "per- gone beyond the experimental stage. One of the largest of the great scifect gems" marked "Sold." Turning to "Now, De What, entific and industrial congresses Is to the artist, he said: those are exactly the things 1 should be held in London in the early part of like to possess. What a pity they are June, 1915, In the shape of the sixth not to be had." International congress of mining, metpainter, slap- allurgy, applied mechanics' and practi"My dear sir," said the ping him on the back, "1 knew you cal geology. would like them, so I put the tickets Considered the most costly in the on to keep them for you." world, a set of porcelain dishes has The awkwardness of the situation been on exhibit at an art show in St. was only relieved when the enthusias- Petersburg. It consists of thirty-si- x tic admirer became the somewhat un- hand colored plates. This set has an ), willing purchaser of the two "gema." estimated value of 30,000 rubles Youth's Companion. a single plate, therefore, being worth 1,000 rubles (515). It Is the property of Count Resistance to the Sun. Animals whose capacity for thermal A severe blow will be dealt fo the regulation is limited, such as rabbits Indian cottonseed industry unless sl.' and monkeys, rapidly succumb to ex- way can be found to clean the seed posure to the tropical sun. In the before it is shipped. In England, wme circumstances the skin of a man which takes OS per cent of all the- cotpers and put them on his feet rises some 3 or 4 degrees O. above the tonseed exports of India, the importers normal. Theoretically the black skin not to when he got home. Now that of negro races should absorb more be have decided contains accept 2 any hereper cent-oover after which up she throws than that of the white people. Howpresent the dirt averages, dirt At she has grown ever, colored races are better able than not far from S per cent the white to regulate their temperature father's slippers out in the back nnder An extraordinary case of reirgTousr the influence of the tropical sun mania Is reported from Panama. An yard every time she stumbles perhaps because perspiration is more Individual who has proclaimed himself: abundant The ape, although a native the Messiah predicts the- - destruction) over them. of the tropics, is less capable of resisting the sun than other animals and of the world by a deluge In a short no doubt time, and some of his eighty adherents even the white' man. This call and settle your accounts attributable to the fact thatis natural are engaged in building an ark, whfl Please Its befqre January 1 1914. I need what home Is in the forests. For certain others are busy collecting in pairs anU you owe me and must have it. monkeys two hours of exposure to the mala of all species found in their W. R. Grissom. tropical sun is fatal. f semi-privat($1S,-540Orloff-Davldoft. ance and change. delightful at last" Ex - f vJl- H THESAUAIR COUNTS NEWS ADAIR IKE on, Cumberland, Metcalfe, Published Every Wednesday roe, Russell and Wayne- Half of these counties have the benBY THE Adair County News Company. efit of such meager steamboat service as is afforded on the up( Incorporated.) per Cumberland River in its CHAS. S. HARRIS and EDITOR. present partly improved principally unimproved condition. Democratic newspaper devoted to the "Thislis a region that is rife of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. for development and which with transportation would Altered at the Columbia as sec-- d railroad Monln-cmt COUNTY NEWS counties are Adair, Casey, Clint- Edith. Dirigo. ... , Specials for December 50 Ladies Coat Suits in the Newest Cloths and Latest Models. 50 Ladies and Misses Coats also to close People of this community are We have been having some very busy killing hogs. real cold weather .fbrTthe past Mr. Mont Harmon is busy few days, and a large number of hogs have been slaughtered. hauling logs. Mrs. Valeria Campbell is very sick at this writing. Mrs. G. G. Campbell, who has-bee-n Post-offi- ce class mail matter. WED. v . DEC, . 17, 1918 -.,, ,. From the tone of the State paters that reach this office, and we receive quite a number, for- mer Governor Beckham is de- cidedly the choice of the Democrats for United States Senator. The counties in this part of the State, with possibly the exception of Cumberland and Clinton, are almost solidly in favor of Mr. Beckham. VvN . No one is particular-I- y fighting Mr. Stanley, and it is almost the universal opinion that he should remain in the Lower House and continue to represent the Second district where he has Coburg. so ably served for several terms. He canjdo as much good for the Hog killinglwas the order of X Democratic party and the people the dayland a good many were 'lie represents as he could were killed. lie in theilUnited States Senate. Quite a lot of tobacco is being Furthermore, it is not believed shipped here daily, Governor, nor is it believed that any other aspirant will be in the race against him for the nomination at the coming August primary. The Democrats of Kentucky seem to be almost of one opinion, that Mr. Beckham is entitled to the nomination and they are determined to see that he gets it. He madelKentucky one of the "best Governors it ever had. He make rapidj advancement. It has abundant mineral resources but for the roost part they are dorment and will continue so until there"is better means of utilizingjjthem. Under the circumstances there is not much to encourage ,the establishment of new industries or the enlargement of those already in existence. There is an opening for railroad construction in that sec tion oftheState and for the profitable', employment of capital. Whthjthejproper effort the people of AdairU county should be adle to get a railroad for it is sorely needed." ' The school at Tabernacle has had a very light attendance for the past week. The new Church at Tabernacle will soon be Mrs. Julia the home of one day last ill at Bargain prices. 50 Ladies and Misses Rain Coats, just the completed.. Mings was visiting Mrs. I. C. Harmon week. ' thing for the Rainy Season now due. Men's Suits $15.00 values for $12.50 " " " $10.00 " 100 $12.00 " " " $7.50 50 $10.00 ", 100 Mrs. Elizabeth Bryant is very at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Jones have been visiting relatives here for some time. Mrs. Minnie Harmon and little daughter. Clarice, were vising Mrs. Valeria Campbell one day last week. A Discount of 20 per cent off Overcoats Big Stock of Boys Suits must go regard les of Cost. Mrs. Suisie Brockman was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ida Workman, las week. Miss Lillie Hardin, who has been very sick for some time, is ance. Mr. J. Bragg, Price's Creek, some better. mm was here one day last week, buyBig Elm. sick for several weeks, is improving slowly, and it is now thought that she will soon be out again. Born to the wife of R. L. Campbell on the 8th inst, a nine pound son. He has been christened Reginald Hugh Campbell. Born to the wife of Bannerd Harvey on the 8th, a daughter. Allen Wooten bought a horse from Willie Yarberry for $85. He sold Mr. Yarberry a bunch of young cattle and five head of hogs at $5 per hundred weight. The Methodist Quarterly meeting was held at this place last Wednesday and Thursday, Eld. Hogard, of Columbia, presiding, and notwithstanding the fact that the weather was very cold several ministers were in attend- that he can defeat the former prices rulinglll medium and low, quality fairly good. Lee receivediand Nobby Line of Hats and at Young Men's Caps. The largest stock of Shoes in South Central No serious sickness in this tion at this time, sec- Mr. G. Dewit McFarland was Crocus last Thursday. Farris made a trip to was defeated for United States Senator after having been nominated, by the treachery of four Democrats whose action was severely condemned by loyal sup- porters throughout the State. Mi. Beckham is entitled to the nomination at the coming primary, and we believe that the Democratic voters will take a great delight in giving it to him. Recognizing a Need. Greensburg first of the week. The school at this'place, under the management of Miss Alberta Farris, is progressing nicely and they are farranging a program for entertainment. The meeting at the Presbyterian church near here report much interest and a great revival is promised. CRev. Henderson and Mrs. Forestlare officiating. Businessjof all kinds indicate a boom forJCoburg with a chance for the Greensburg pike to come our way. CoburgShasS two good stores, a good rollermill,Itwo shops and lots of people who always bid you welcome. Mr. M. L. Grant, a stockman, was here last Wednesday. Mr. Elder Collins, who has been visiting in this section for several flays, returned to his home in New Mexico this week. There are several cases of hog cholera ner Crocus. Several farmers have lost their meat on account of killing too Kentucky, you can't beat it in the cities. ing cattle. Landy Stotts made a working last Wednesday afternoon and covered the house he is erecting near here. Mrs. Amanda McClister bought the land formerly owned by the old Bird's Chapel church near here from J. R. Cummins for ten dollars. Jake Walker, of Breeding, wa3 here one day last week. Bill Gibbons, who has been in Texas for a year, came home a few days ago. Croup and Cough Remedy. k Old Santa With Bushels of Toys. (See our windows) Our line of Handsome Holiday Gifts surpass-e- s all former efforts. Silverware, Beautiful Decorated China, Artistic Cut Glass, L W. Bennettjpassed through here with a mixed lot of stock for the Louisville market last Sat-.urday's Italian Statuary, Brass Goods, Leather Goods, Embroideried Linens, Anything Croup is a terrible disease, it attacks Mr. G. W. Hays killed some children so suddenly they are very apt y to choke unless given the proper fine hogs last Monday. at once. There is nothing better Bibee & Co's. saw and grist in the world than Dr. King's' New Discovery. Lewis Chamberlain,; of mill is doing a good business. Manchester, Ohio, writes about his They grind corn one day in each children: "Sometimes in severe attacks we were afraid they would die, week. but since we proved what a certain Our merchant at Stringtown is remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is, we have no fear. We rely on it for doing a nice business. croup, coughs and colds." So can you. 50c and 31. A bottle should be in evA large number of wild geese ery home. At all Druggists and or Sandhill cranes passed over Paull Drug Co., Columbia, Ky. II. E. Bucklen& Co , Fhila. St. Louis. this place last Wednesday mornrem-od- early. w Under the above heading, Courier-Journ- al week. ing. Our farmers are about done gethering corn for this season Mr. J. C. Eubank, who purtained the following editorial, chased the farm of J. W. Bryant "which shows that Adair county's a few days ago, has erected a reffort to secure a railroad is be- large blacksmith shop and moved ing noticed: his family here. We gladly re"Citizens of Columbia and ceive them into our community. Adair county have formed an or- He will ruulhiseblacksmith shop con- and Everything you want in Christmas Boxes, with Christmas Seals, Tags, &c. Fine Hosiery, Handkershiefs, Ties and Suspenders in Holiday Boxes. Holt Hotel Jamestown, Ky. V and are very saving with it. ganization with the object of .bringing about the construction jof a railroad for the town and xounty. Columbia is an inland iown and Adair county has not a ;mile of railroad. "The Louisville & Nashville 32ailroad i3 within twenty miles of Columbia, and the "Queen & Crescent" is probably twice as :ifar away. Columbia is a good town, but its progress is handi-xappe- d because of the lack of d rail-Toa- facilities. Under present .conditions it can hope for no 3jreat increase of industrial and commercial importance. "As a matter of fact no part :of the State is in greater need of improved transportation facilities .than that section of South Central Kentucky, of which Columbia is part and parcel. In Jhat region is a group of eight counties, covering a vast expanse o f territory, no 3 a r t of which has been penetrated by a railroad. These -- here. v W.'R. Lyon gave us a call last Thursday, working his grocery trade. He is a hustler. J. W. Bryant was in last Friday. A Mr. Borders, of Campbells-villwas calling on our merchants one day last week. Mr. Allen delivered some nice hogs on pole last week for 10c to local parties. The health of this community is fairly good at this writing. Mrs. J, T. Sublett and daughter had a narrow escape last Thursbay. Their horse became frightened at an auto near and the buggy was upset and the occupants were thrown out, but fortunately no one was seriously hurt. t Camp-bellsvjl- le e, Kel-leyvil- le All Winter Goods Will Be Priced Down We farmers thought we were THIS HOTEL IS OPEN TO THE going to get a good price for our traveling public. The table is supplieggs this winter, but 'they have ed with the best the market affords. been boycotted in the big cities Cozy rooms and close attention paid to guests. Fare very reasonable. and the price is brought down. Good feed barn attached. Mr. Tom Hadley, the Rowe's X Roads correspondent, seems Residence Phone13 B Business Pho e 13 A to be alarmed about the high . The backward season has caused us to make Sweeping reductions in prices on over stocked lines of Underwear, Gloves, Bed Blankets, Comforts Sweaters, Rubber Goods, Woolen Dress Goods, Suitings, Ginghams, Flannels, Outings, Eiderdowns, Fur Sets, Muffs, Scarfs, Woolen Headwear, in fact all Winter Goods will be placed down for this December Sale. 4 4 prices of everything. It appears that uncle Tom wants to press the farmer. He will admit that the farmer is the bone and sinew of the land and that is all he wants him to be. He don't want the farmer to get any flesh on him. This is the first time that the farmer could sell a calf for what it cost him. Now brother Tom I think it is your duty as a minister to call all these extortioners up and convince them that it is wrong and cause them to repent before it is everlastingly too late. Communications for publication or inquirers for should be addressed to the Adair County News. Frequentlysuch documentsare addressed to me and they go to my residece before reaching the office, causing a job-wo- rk DR. Office, J. N. MtlRRELL DENTIST Front rooms In Jeffries ( BTd'g up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Are You a Woman?' Cured ot Liver Complaint. "I was suffering with liver complaint," says Iva Smith of Point Blank, Texas, "ond decided to try a Scbox of Chamberlain's Tablet's, and am happy to. say that I am completely cored and can recommend them to ev. ery one." For sale by Paull Drug Co RUSSELL i&- - CO. i FN Cardui SALE The Woman's Tonic delay. C. S. B ALL Harris. NOMBTS 94 i ."- - 3 ! , ; THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS E. Young was on the Louisville I market last week with a carload of hogs. He sold at 87. 75 per hundred, C. In - There is no substitute fot Royal Baking Pow-diot making the best cake, biscuit and pastry Royal is Absolutely Pure and the et If you want to buy, sell or exchange property or second hand machinery of any kind, write me giving full and price. I work on 5 per cent commision. I hunt the buyers. I I want the sellers. W. E. Stapp, dis-dripti- Iam Christmas ijoppmg at ffamxfa. Mail and Telephone orders Filled Promptly. Presents for $1.00 McCallum's Silk Hose, for men. Scotch Gold Caps, for men. Imported Silk Scarfs, for men. Rhinestone Barettes, plain and fatocy designs. Silk Lilse Supporters, for men. Jet Earrings, long pendant and hoop drop. White Madras Shirts, for men. Demi Blood Shell Braid Pins. Silk Scarfs in plain colors and floral effects. Wrist Coin Purses and Vanities. Lace Collars in white and ecru. Gold Front Cuff Buttons. Gold Front Tie Clasp. All Linen Sherr Handkerchiefs Embroidered comers; 4 Gold-fillein a box. Coat Chain. d Saffrian Leather Hand Purse with mirror and powder Pearl Beads, Fancy Clasp. book in colors. Plated Cold Meat Forks. Sterling Silver Lemon Forks and Sugar. Shells. Music Portfolio and Rolls in black and colors. Sterling Silver Butter Picks. All Linen Maderia Scallop and Hand Embroidered Plated Candle Sticks. Handkerchiefs. Plated Picture Frames, guaranteed to wear, large size. CretormeGift Boxes of Writing Papers. Parisian Ivory Nail Polishers, with ivory tray. Calendars.' Parisian Ivory Hat Brushes. Children's Books, Gem Library of Classics. Crane's Fine Writing Paper. Vantines' Oriental Toilet Water. Prayer Books and Rosaries. Hudnut's Perfume Sets Two bottles, various odors. Ornamental Hair Pins. Children's Wash Dresses Made of French percale and Silver Deposit Perfume Bottles. gingham; light and dark colors; low and high neck; long Sterling Silver Novelties for the Work Basket. sleeves; plain and trimmed styles; sizes Royal Purple Hand Mirrors. and White Ivory Holder with Glass Perfume Bottles. 6 to 14 years. -- t. Columbia Ky. to-nigh- t, WedBe in the court-hous- e nesday. The meeting is important. Opera Length Fancy Colored Beads. Rhinestone Hair Pins, fancy shapes. Gradyviile. .Quite a number of hogs was slaughtered in this community last week. Gilford Hamilton and C. S. Bell, of the Nell community, were here last Friday. James Gilpin, Cager Coomer and L. Bardin, og Sparksville, were here last Wednesday. only baking powder made from Royal grape cream of tartar J. H. Smith returned from Louisville last Friday with a car load of and Clarice Stotts, two of our efficient teachers, j were the guests of Mrs. Eliza Simmons Mr. G. P. Smythe will probably re- last Friday night. turn this week from a business trip Mr. Thos. Coffey, of East Fork, called to Florida. in to see us on his return from CoMr. and Mrs. J. B. Barbee are in lumbia last Friday. Rev. J. D. Sigler and wife, of Louisville, spent several days at Lindsey-Wilso- n Louisville this week, prospecting. Mr. Walter Sparks, ofter spending last week. Rev. Sigler is very who is in college a few days in Louisville, returned to Miss Ella Walker, much interested in the school. at Lexington, is at home for the hol- this place last Thursday. Mr. Jake Redford, a well known idays. J. A. Diddle bought quite a lot of traveling salesman, was here last Miss Elizabeth Drake, who teaches oak timber from W. L. Sneed one day week. in Louisville, visited here last Satur- last week. The consideration was not day and Sunday. given. Mr. O. C. Pace, Lebanon was in this community last Wednesday. Mr. W. R. Todd, of Louisville, is Mr. E. G. Wethington, of Columbia, spending a few days with his parents spent a few days here last week lookMr. John Q. Alexander made his ing after his timber interest. here. regular trip toJColumbia last week. Mrs. J. O. Russell was quite sick Mrs. Myrtie Stults and Mrs. Maggie Mrs. Sam Lewis is spending several Saturday and Sunday. Wilmore, of Columbia, visited Mrs. weeks with her daughaer, Mrs. Leo last Ella Y. Robertson at thes place a day Baldauf, Elizabethtown. Mrs. C. Turner is a victim of ton- or so last week. silitis. Mr. Sam Lewis has returned from Mr. A. T. Shirrell, who has been in Louisville and Elizabethtown. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Hindman, Mill . - l, nr. lew ,3l:..: fir- -p p uttuiiuiuK t.nl4-liicuiuii iui line poau fn.r. Mr. W. R. Lyon was here Thursday. town, spent Sunday with Ignore tiac Vioon in n W..W.V.W pnnHiHnn WW..VWWU J UU.J .lthj JWA Harris. Messrs. L. L. Mann and J . J. Campfor the past few days with heart Dr. T. A. Jones, wife and children, trouble. bell, Creelsboro, were here a few days of Liberal, Kansas, are visiting Dr. ago. Mrs; Susan Grissom, who has been Jones' parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Gilpin, of Jones. 'visiting her relatives in this commu Campbellsville, were here Thursday, nity for the past week or so, returned Mr. and Mrs. Tim Cravens left Sun- to her home at Columbia the first of en route to their home from Burkes-vill-e. day, to spend two weeks at Tompkins-ville- . the week. cattle for this market. Misses Ethel Moore Personals. three-quart- er Presents for $2.00 Cut Steel Slipper Pins. Rhinestone Slipper Pins. German Silver Mesh Bags. Pearl Beads, solid gold clasp. Solid Gold Beauty Pins. t 2J .. Solid Gold Bar Pins. Solid Gold Stick Pins. Solid Gold Tie Clasp. '" : Gauze Spangle Hand Painted Fans. Rhinestone Hair Pins, set in alluminum. Magnifying Glass, sterling handle. Sheffield Card Tray. Sheffield Mayonnaise Dish. Sterling Silver Sugar and Cream Spoon Set. Children's Wash Dresses Made of stripe, check and sleeves; dainty plain ginghams; long and white collars; embroidered and lace trimmed; light and dark colors; sizes 6 to 4 years; value $3.00. three-quarter Mary Garden Perfume Thermos Bottles Knitted Silk Four-in-hands one ounce. Nickle plated case; pint size. for Men. Outing Flannel Pajamas for Men. Fine Tucked Soft Shirts for Men. Tuxedo Shirts fcr Men. Ostrich Feather Neck Piece, in natural and black. Imported Lace Collar and Cuff Set, in white and ecru. Chiffon Veils; rrif-.ir.l- M JJ yards long, 1 yard wide; in cunard, blue, champagne, purple, wisteria and black and white. German Silver Collapsible Drinking Cups, in genuine Alligator case; hand sewed. Scissor Case, in colored leather; containing four different! sizes. 1 Mr. Deward Taylor and a Mr. HarDr. R. W. Browder, of Bowling Miss Mary Grissom, who has been ris, of the Weed community, passed Green, and Dr. Gross Alexander, of Nashville, were here last week, in the teaching music in Mt. Yernon, re- through here last Friday en route to Campbellsville where they spent a few . interest of education and to stimulate turned home Saturday night. larger work for the Lindsey-WilsoMiss Alleen Ritchey, of Burkesville, days. a school that is gaining a wide repu- is here to spend the holidays with her Mr. W. C. Yates, of Portland, was tation. sister, Mrs. Joh Lee Walker. in our midst last Wednesday. Guy Nell, who has been living Mr. Mrs. Ray Montgomery will leave Rev. William Cowherd, of color, in McGregor, Texas, reached home this week, to spend the holidays at her held a very interesting meeting in this one night last week. community last week. former home, Bowing Green. There were n, Parisian Ivory and Rooman Purple Hair Brush-bristl- es -- Solid black; hand drawn stiff . Mr. J. F. Montgomery made a business trip to Louisville last week. Messrs. Guy Nell and Clyde Crenshaw spent several days of last week Additional Locals. Local Market. To-day. in Edmonton. Mr. Tim Cravens spent several days in Creelsboro last week. Mr. G. R. Reed was looking after his business in Russell county last week. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks Mrs. James Arvin left for Campbellsville last week and will spend the holidays with relatives and friends in Turkeys . that city. Geese Ducks Hon. Lelburn Philps, Jamestown, Wool spring clipping. was here Friday, en route home from Hides (green) 15 Texas. Feathers 40 Mr. P. Sandidge, of Burkesvillebar, Ginseng 5 50 was here a day or two last week. Beeswax. 25 Mr. Hugh Noe and R. L. Marshall, Yellow Root.. 2 75 Campbellsville, were here last Friday. May Apple (per lb), 2 Mr. W. O. Murrell, who has been in Iowa for several months, returned Bob Parrott, who runs a wagon behome last Thursday. tween C olumbia and Campbellsville, Mr. Thomas Murrell, who has been met with a very serious accident a living at Lola, 111., returned home last few days ago. He was thrown from veek. a horse breaking his right hand. several additions to his church. Mr. Strong Hill, of our town, and Mr. John Coomer, of Sparksville, are thinking of putting up a saw mill in the community of Pickett in a very short time. The citizens of that community are very anxious for the mill. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Compton, of the Basil community, started for the 23 "Lone Star" State a few days ago 9 where they expect to spend the win8 ter months visiting their relatives. 4 Mr. Finis Finn and Mr. Dudley, two 00 ! of our best citizens, have moved into 7 the Pickett community. 9 Messrs. J. A. Wheeler, William 18 Brummettand Frank Wilson, all of Sparksville, were in this community last week wanting to buy milk cattle. They are very scarce in this secaion. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Corbin died one day last week with a Military Brushes Per pair Puff Boxes Mirrors plain and ring handles Manicure Files, Cuticle Button Hooks Knife 50cto Dressing Combs 50c to Parisian Ivory Pin Boxes With section for Jewelry 150 1 50 Ivory Puff Boxes Parisian Parisian Ivory Imported Combs and Brush 1 50 Trays Parisian Ivory Hair Brushes Imported 2 25 from France Hudnut's Rose Rosee Perfume Fancy 2 25 boxes Ivory Imported Toilet Mirrors Parisian An Imported stock of Royal Purple Toilet Articles all new this season; less bought at to one-ha- lf d than regular selling price $ 2 25 to $ 6 00 5 00 to 8 00 8 00 3 95 to 3 95 to 10 00 1 Royal Purple Cream Boxes value 50c; for heart shape; 25c. 25 1 50 .... Royal Purple Vanity Mirrors Value 35c; for 19c Royal Purple Salve Boxes Value 75c; for 35c. Royal Purple Hair Receiver Also Puff Boxes Value 75c; for 35c. Royal Purple Hand Mirrors Full size; value 69c; for 35c Royal Purple Shoe Horns Value $ .00; for 50c Royal Purple Hand Mirrors Long handles, millinery shape; value $1.00; for 50c Royal Purple Nail Polisher With Tray; value 75c; for 50c. 1 Royal Purple Cloth Brush Royal Purple Puff Boxes Royal Purple Hair Brushes Value $1.00; for Value $1 .50; for 9-ro- 50c 75c 50c w bristles value ..225 $1.00; for Royal Purple Hair Brushes Heavy Stock at.. Royal Purple Hand Mirrors glass; special vale $1.95 to $2.50 Heavy plated $ 1 .25 to $1.95 one-thir- complication of diseases. Mr. Frank Dulin, of Edmonton, has recently purchased his father's farm W. B. Dulin and will move here at an early date. We are glad to have Mr. Dulin and family in our to-wi- U mart lrg (gnofta (En. Samisirtlb, SCtturkg. (Zlnrortmralrli) t: ifamrtlj attfc Jfalnui Quite a number of farmers in this and adjoining communities have delivered their crops of tobacco and we are glad to say here that the crops weighed remarkably well. One living in the Basil community, informed us that on his farm the amount in dollars and cents was about six hundred dollars, and several others we could mention that brought similar amounts. When we farmers can sell our tobacco at five and ten cents per pound it certainly amounts to some money. We are glad to say here that Mr. Ben Yarberry, one one of our good farmers, and citizens, has been trying the Glasgow market and he is wonderfully pleased with the results. He has sold tobacco on that market several times this year at very satisfactory prices. The only thing we regret is that we can not get our farmers to try home markets, so to speak, Greensburg. We believe they could realize as much money on that market as they could anywhere else from the reports of sales that we have had from that market. Yes, let the bygone prices of last season be. gone and try old Greensburg market again for bet-- 1 Mr-Burri- s, Herman AH ' C. Tafel St.' J3. Columbia, Kentucky, December, 17 1913. 236 W. Jefferson, Mr. John Doe, In Account With Louisville, Ky. Things Electrical hlJmB Write for Wireless Telegraph Pamphlet it Telegraph Inst. ic Telephone Medical Battery -- The Jeffries Hardware Store Dec, 17 To ( it-- Balance Acct. to date $13 47 . Electric Light Linemen Tools and Line Material ter prices. :1 I : J in DOE. n or Account, your name If you owe us a Due Note is We believe we will get uub nuuurea guesns were present. them if we only will let them have a have not time nor space to enumerate the many good things with which the trial. A surprise birthday dinner was given the 0th of this month to celebrate the 69th anniversary of Mrs. Joel O. Moore, who resides in the Weed community. It was 2iven at tha home of one of our beit citizens, and JOHN J V". once. Please call and settle at table was burdened, but after the guests were served, there was enough left for many more. Mrs. Moore received many nice and valuable presents. The wish of all present is that she may spend many more happy birthdays. ' :the adaik countysnews THE ROMANCE OF FARMER DALE ROUND THE WORLD The Happiest Man. KfiM Lost Faith In Womankind and Then Regained It. a wheeling tour and stopped for supper and all night at a for lorn looking farmhouse. I was surprised to see no woman about, all the work being done by the owner of tko place, Ezra Dale. After supper I lighted a pipe and sat on the porch smoking. Dale came and sat beside me. was cm ica, belonging to 123 branches. France is preparing strict laws regu is the common, every day chap lating aerial navigation. There are 3,700 theosophists in Amer- who makes his own living, pays Pneumatic tired jinrikishas are now his own bills, and has the rea feature of life in the far east "Cobweb hall," a noted old resort in spect of his neighbors. He saves 200,-000,0- The happiest man in the world The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative Mrs. E. L. Weeks, 1744 W. 2nd St.. Owensbgro, Ky. A dose of it has saved many a person from a serious Illness. 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 havea sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Mbnticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. J had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by I Duane street New York, has been demolished. It is estimated that there are incandescent lamps in use in the United States. Altogether 2,250,000 British workers nre insured by the state against being without" employment " doctrine of ilive and let live. When he encounterslone of the needy he doesn't stutter with his pocket-book-. The plain plug of a man is happy because he is satisfied and he doesn't spend "tricky.'' "I think that was a very nice femSwitzerland Is about to establish half of histime yearning for inine way of catching your attention." the largest national park in Europe. It I remarked. "Go on." is in the canton of Grisons and has an something which his salary will "That's jist what I did do. I went area of nearly eighty square miles. not permit-hito buy. Give us on from day ter day, week ter week, Instead of imprisoning the unfortu haptill it seemed ter me if anything experipened between me an' that gal I'd co- nates in buildings, Germany is keeping more plain men 'and the world menting with Its insane by llapse. Somethin did happen. Farmer will be better. nan' fur the hayiu', about 2,000 of them on a large farm. a r- "You have finished your evening chores early," I said. "When my wife Is without a servant she never gets th dishes washed before 9 o'clock. "Waal, you see, I don't do it that I wash dishes oncet a week." "Don't you think a wife would be handy? She could do your mending." "Don't need no wife. I got needles an' thread an buttons." "Where's your thimble?" I asked. "Don't need no thimble." "Did you never have a love affair?" "Yes, oncet It was when I was a young feller very young an' very green. I used tor look on a gal as a heathen would look on a sacred image. There was a little one livin across the creek, Farmer Owens daughter Daisy. Purty? Ye bet, an gentle as a kitten, fine tuk a shine to me. I was a fair lookiu' young feller then, straight an' slim an' light on my feet. One evenin' Farmer Owens', an' I was Daisy come runnin' out with her finger an asked me to tie it up fur her. I had ter git her arm under mine somehow an hold on ter her hand an wrap the linen strip an' wind the string an' a lot of things all at the same time. While I was of it her hair got ag'in my cheek, an' waal. I lost my head an", turnin', put an arm around her an' kissed her. "Do ye know, stranger, I've since made up my mind she done it all pose. I b'lieve she cut her finger on- ientionally. I tell ye, women folks is y. The tapping of rubber trees is now done by an electrical device, which greatly facilitates the operation. A zither which is played by keys Instead of the usual pick has been in- ing he never wastes any time vented by a Massachusetts man. How to Live to be a Hundred. 12. Allow no pet animals in foreigners who are. trying to pick out the right tint Of the eighty-flv- e i In Rome this year studying the yourJliving rooms, for they carof socks, suspenders and neckschools sixty are Americans. reports The New York Public library The famous British physician, ry disease germs. genthat practically 8,000,000 of its books tie that will blend with the circulated for home use during 1912. Sir James Sawyer, believes it is tle effect. 13. Live in the country if you Coal is hoisted and water pumpeo. He onlytwears a high collar by no Jmeans a difficult matter can. from a Kansas mine by a specially designed windmill with four broad vanes for any human being to live to 14. Watch the three In New York infant mortality has when he!feelslike it, and wben D's been reduced from 1S5 a thousand to his pet corn begins to jump, he be 100 years old. He has re- drinking water, damp and drains. 160, principally by philanthropic efforts. jerks out his knife arid cuts a cently declared that anybody can 15. Have change of occupaNew York will soon place the cottage attain this age, unless killed by tion. in that city once occupied by Edgar four inch gash in the side of his Allan Poe in a park named for the accident, he Mon-tessor- 1 Is natural for a'child to laugh play and when it sulks drowsily and or cries you may depend on it something physical is the matter. If you see no evidences of a serious ailment you will not be wrong if you quietly give a dose of mild laxative that eveningit on a little money as he goes along, putting it to bed. The remedy most generally recomfor but doesn't try to get a corner on mended Syrupthis purpose is Dr. Caldwell's Pepsin, which mothers throughout the country have been giving his local output and he is not a their children for a quarter of a century. Today thousands of families are using it hundreds used slave to ambition or society. He and there where be good reason it then, must for this word of mouth recommendation. is admittedly never expects to wear out his forIt children, women,the perfect laxative old people and all others who need a gentle bowel stimutrousers in the senate and when lant and not a violent salt, cathartic pill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's and he glides out of bed in the morn- Syrup Pepsin will act gently,bring when taken before retiring will com stomach, liver and bowels, and among the thousands who have written the doctor that they will never be without it are Mrs. J. W. Haynes. Brady. Ky., and the After a short use of this remedy all forms of outside aid can be dispensed with and nature will again act alone. All classes of good American people keep it in the home for ills of the in morning. plete satisfaction DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 AT ALL 111. 50c AND DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY ?m Special Attnetm to Eyes Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. 0NBURKSY1LLE STREET. cent of the roads of the United States could be classed as Improved, a gain of 1 per cent in three years. A seed drill invented in Austria sows fertilizer three or four inches below the grain to strengthen th roots of the latter in dry soils or seasons. New Zealand has a new law providing for the revoking of any patent not worked in that country within four years after it has been issued. if or she will reshoe and nothing is said about it 16 Take frequent and short Over 40,000 New York school chll in the local paper. He never has ligiously observe the following vacations. dren are annually referred by school of authorities to physicians for medical to set up at night to poultice his eighteen "commandments 17. Limit your ambitions and treatment health:" At the close of last year about 10 per conscience. He believes in the poet 1. Joseph I H. Stone, w Eight hour3 sleep every Sleep on your right side. don't worry. temper. Dr. . Attoney-AMa- night. 2. 3. Above all things, keep your Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Hobson's Ointment Reals Itchy Eczema. Kentucky Keep your bedroom window open. Have a mat at your bedroom door. 4. i Owens tuk farm an' what did Daisy do but take him. out in her buggy that her father bought iur her at Christmas an' drive right ter show him by that house off ter me. I tell ye, stranger, she had the wickedest eye In her ye ever Germany has prohibited the passage through its customs houses of firearms that do not bear marks showing they have been thoroughly tested by their makersT Twenty-fiv- e years ago Argentina had its flour. Today it sells Another feminine trait," I observed wheat to the world, the annual harvest "Miss Daisy was evidently a woman.'' value amounting to more than "She was a woman, stranger, an' the kind of a one," Dale went on Lala Karim Dut, a Hindu barber, lugubriously. "She broke me all up. I who died recently in Meerut, had for jist rented this farm an' went away. the past three years slept every night years. come I didn't up myback fur ten women Then with two pet pythons coiled up beside folks him in his bed. mind that made I iwasn't wuth worryin' about, an' I tuk The town planning development at my farm ag'in an' began ter work it. Southend, London's new suburb, forty Ine fust time I went by Farmer miles due east, on the English channel, Owens' Daisy come out she had Is converting that part of the coast into prown ter be a fine Iookin' young wo- a model garden city. an' what do ye man of twenty-si- x Probably tho most practical result ot suppose she did?" the ill fated Scott expedition to tut "I can't imagine." south pole was the discovery of a great "Asked me if I wouldn't tie up a cut coal field, said to be at least G50 miles .finger. She had the same wicked look long. Its width haa not been ascer Sa her eye she had when she drove that tained. lopsided farm han' by my house ten n years afore. Women is the persistent-ses- t Chile is one of the is common and countries where critters I ever see. I jist squared peace and order thrift prevail. The savings git me that off an' said: 'Ye don't bank deposits have Increased about 150 ag'in. Ye done it oncet. an' per years and 40 per cent cent in that's enough.' But do ye know, stran- from 1911 tofour 1912. in ger, she was so slick about it that "Jennie." a Scotch collie, so faithful:fivo minutes I had my arm about her girl la her head on my ly guarded a little was an she Chicago the other das that the police too cryin' shoulder. She was for three hours could not approach the vcrockerdile tears, no doubt we was engaged, but it didn't child, which had wandered from home "Waal, las' long. The question come up as followed by the dog. The Texas owner or a large dairj ter whether we'd be married by a jusparsons herd believes he. is the only man in the tice or a parson. I don't like jnyself, an I wanted a justice. Daisy United States who cultivates the prickwanted a parson, an' she was so blame ly pear, raising a GOO acre field of It jset about it that I reckoned if she was annually and feeding his stock the pads ms obstinate about a small matter liko after removing the thorns. Strange uses are being found fcr that she'd be wantin' ter run the farm. some of the cues lately cut off Id ;so I called the thing off. an" I've beea vast numbers by the Chinese. A Brit aivin' alone here ever since." n Ish woolen manufacturer recently reDale." 1 said, "you have "Mr. natural feminine traits for gen- ceived an offer of Ave tons of such hah for weaving into woolen fabrics. eral cussedness." 1 tell ye. stranLittle Rock, Ark., spent $20,000 on "That's what they is, playgrounds last year. The money was ger. Ye don't understand." "You have declined to give up that raised by public subscription through which to a woman is a great deal, the efforts of a highly organized play.virile to you it is nothing. Miss Owens ground association. The enthusiasm was right to Insist on being married for playgrounds has since spread tc "oy a parsou. and you were ungenerous other cities in the same region. Two teachers in the schools of Bur .to refuse her. Now. let me give you a of advice. Miss Owens is still lln are this year celebrating their tif bit isingle? Yes. Well, go to her and tell tieth anniversary of k school teaching others who have ifcer that when you first met her you There are forty-tw- o taught forty years and forty-seve- n who .rere a blundering idiot and that later years. The were an obstinate brute. Say that have taught twenty-fiv- e jyou iS she will overlook your past errors Berlin Teachers' society will tender a .you will spend your life in doing banquet to these veterans in Decemto import 500,-000,00- expend enough force, could it be collected, toraise S00 tons one foot fromjthe ground? Of this enormousliquantity of energy, the legslare. responsible for one hundred and fifty tons, and the lungs forwenty-two- , the bulk of the remainder is wasted in thejheatfgiven of from The constantly itching, burning sensation and other disagreeable forms of eczema, tetter,;salfc rheum and skin erumtions promptly cured by Dr. nob-son- 's 5. Keep your bed away from Eczema Ointment. Geo. W. Fitch of Mendota, 111., says: "I purthe wall. chased a box of Dr. Hobson's Eczen 6. No cold bath in the morn- Ointment. Have had Eczema e since the civil war, have been treated ing, but a bath at the tempera- by many doctors, none have given the benefit that one box of Dr. Hobson's PhysicaliEnergy. ture of the body. Eczema Ointment has." Eevery sufferer should try it. "We're so positive 7. Exercise before breakfast. it will help you'Jwe guarantee it or Do youiknow that when you 8. Eat little meat, and be money refunded. At Paull Drug Co., or by mril, 50c&Pfeiffer Chemical Co. walk a distance!of ten miles you sure that it is well cooked. Philadelphia, St. Louis. Why Not Read The Drink no milk. (This apAll girls are fond of sports, but plies to adults only.) 10. Eat plenty of fat to feed some of the dear things are foolthe cells which destroy disease ish enough to marry them. germs. No matter how many funerals 11. Avoid intoxicants, which a man attends, he can't realize destroy the cells that combat dis that he will be dead some day. 9. Courier Journal? HENRY WATTERSON ease. Editor. Latin-America- the body. In severelathletie competitions, such as running, rowing, and boxing, you must be in such a f9SSSXS 1 We Can, Furnish You a-w- ay WLLivuy COURIER -J- OURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is aj National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fearor favor. The regular price is $1,00 af The Adair County New an clothe five-year-o- ld condition as to be able to exert, by your limbs alone, each minute, as much force as would lift 5,000 pounds one foot above the Weekly Courier-Journal ground. When a powerful man works hours with all for twenty-fou- r his might, the energy he expends is equal to lifting a third-clas- s -- Both One Year For $1.50 We can" also give liberal combination rate with Daily year,but you cameget the "WEEKLY raia-itake- cruiser, and during his life he dissipates enough power to carry his body at deathito the sun. These statements may at first sight seem extraordinary, but will not seem so when it is remembered that two ounces of bread contains the potential energy of one hundred and fifty tons ' Howjto Bankrupt COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS or Sunday Courier Journal. -- Write Courier-Journ- al Com- For $1.50 if you will give or send youi order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. " i -- jpenance." "Wales has adopted the American "Why, stranger, if 1 was terdo that any own way about plan of sending agricultural missionJ'd never have ary trains throughout the principality, .anything afterward." is the only way to have your teaching the farmers the best methods "It 3f raising poultry. Great gain has re-- . t)wn way about everything with a Toss It all into her hands, and suited. Cities visited have been Pwll-- . .she'll toss it right back to you. More hell, Almwch and Lanymnech. The than that, she'll expect you to lead, train visited districts where no Eng.and if you don't lead she'll not respect lish is spoken. William T. Scott, the only colored you." "Ye don't mean it! Say, stranger, man ever nominated for president of -what sort of a makeup do ye call that the United States by a regularly conducted national convention, Is a cananyway?" next summer I rode past Farni-- r didate for the position of minister to The Dale's place. It was the trimmest the negro republic of Haiti. He was looking farm In the county. After nominated for president by the NaBnpper the farmer told me bow mack tional Liberty party at the St Louis' state better contented he was white Mr convention in 1904. thirty-seve-n being represented. aale was washing the dishes. wo-ana- n. -- ber. the Doctors. pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of . edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. A prominent New York physician says, "Ifftit8were not for the thin stockings and thin soled shoes worn by the women the doctors would prob ably be bankrupt." When you contract a cold do not wait for it to Dailv Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 de-vel- op into pneumonia but treat it at once. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is intended especially for coughs and colds, and eas won a wide reputation by its cures of these diseases. It is most effectual and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Sundav Courier-Journ- Yr',$2Q0 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. W eHW 3 BCKIMABiCaBietMBj "I was Buffering from nainin stomach, head and back.'' writes H. T. Alston. Raleieh. jN. C. 'and my river and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles ot iiecinc jomera new man. made me fee' ' ke PRICE 50 CTS. ki ALL DRUG STORES. Made A New K3an Of Him. my Electric Bitters J . C THE ADAIS.COUNTY NEWS n f I I want to tell ypu what wonderful benefit I have ret," ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. lack-Draugh- Gotta1 iravcu rsiVf jjuc vriiia Black-Draug- ymu THE ARMADA TO SAIL THROUGH CANAL All THE IMAGE IN THE MIRROR A Story For Allhallow Eve By ADELAIDE BURNHAM HELPFUL HINTS LOU IS VILLI TIMES FOR HOUSEWIVES Can Opener That Removes Top With One Cut. ,i 2 Jj g "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draug- Nations Expected to Join J J FOR 1913 Edward Dix was a sportsman from In Celebration. the crown of his head to the tip of his great toe. One October evening, when he had been hunting in the woods all day, he came to a little Jake nestling 160 SHIPS MAY BE IN FLEET among the hills. Its surface covered First Representatives of Other Governments Will Assemble at Hampton Roads After President Reviews Vessels They Will Go to San Francisco. Four Days to Go Through Canal. Washington. Anchored in Hampton Roads early in 1915 will be the greatest international fleet ever gathered in American waters, assembled in answer to the invitation of the United States government to celebrate the completion of the Panama canal by making a voyage to the Pacific through the new BRIGHTER..BETTER, BiGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF BLack-DraugH- T 5 J kl in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ht has proved itself a safe, l ailments, Thedford's 41 reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- jjj Draught It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for & young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. a J 5 A THE LOUISVILLE TIML Black-Draug- a IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR YOU WiLL SEND ORDb waterway. TO US, YOU CAN GET $ Fun and Folly. 3 THE ADAIR C0UNT1 NEWS AND It's a good thing to know the ropes when buying cigars. When a man is dead broke he usually had very little life in him. Talk never seems cheap when the one talking to you is a little dear. The wintry days are coming, pets. The saddest of the year: and silhouets When peek-a-boare doomed to disappear. And, though she'll wear no petticoats; T'will bring no joy to you; Alas, the cold days get our goats; The sun will not shine through Cincinnati Enquires. os THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR The precise number of vessels which will lie in the famous roadstead is not yet known to the officers of the navy department in charge of the arrangements for rendezvous, as so far there have been no formal responses received to the invitations dispatched by the state department to all of the nations of the world. Some of the nations with great navies may be represented by squadrons of four or more warships, others by only one or two, and some of the countries practically without navies including vessels of the first class will be represented only in the personnel of their legations and commissions to the Panama-Pacifi- c exposition. The formal invitation of the United States was dispatched to all the diplomatic officers of the United States . - f , .v. , , ?,. we s, Stomach, Troubles Disappear. Fussy people usually try to Stomach, liver and kidney troubles, keep everything in place except weak nerves, lame back and female ills disappear when Electric Bitters their tempers. j . ' s ,SSj&S.SvS. .., ' . VK. v .s . v F0RI0NLY $4.50. 1. Turning cartwheels is fun for the boy, but its hard work for the horse. SThe youth who sows wild oats copiously wont necessarily make a good farmer. The umpire of a baseball game very often would like to make a home run himself. Because the cook is liable to go are used. Thousands of women would not be without a bottle in their home. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Eliza Pool, of Dewey, Okla., writes: "Electric Bitters raised me from a bed the best afternoon paper prin of sickness and suffering and has done me a world of good. lj wish every ted anywhere. suffering woman could use this excellent remedy and find out.f as I did, Has the best corps of corm just how good it is." As it has helped thousands of others, it surely will do the same for you. Every bot pondents. tie guaranteed, 50c and $1. At al Covers the Kentucky field pei druggist and at Paull Drug Co. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. fectly. Covers the general news fiel; There are lots of contented off any moment one can hardly people in the world, but they completely. never leave the cemeteries. class her as an explosive. Has the best and fullest mai The Daily kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics bs louis Adair Es fair to everybody. e And The Times News 1913, by American Press Association. OP Or CUCARACHA COLKBRA CUT. SENDIYOUR SUBSCRiP BLOWING SLIDE IT County It the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. is Democratic Wood-ro- and is heartily supporting Wilson for the w The campaign is on and if you want to in touch witlT all the parties keep throughout the United' States sub- scribe for the Times, We can furnish The Ti,mes and The Adah County News both for 4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in ' your subscription. . abroad by Secretary Bryan. It recited the fact that in the navy appropriation TI0N RIGHT AWAY act of 1011 the president was authorized and requested in extending his invitation to foreign nations to partici pate in the exposition also to invite DENTAL OFB'ICE "their representatives and their fleets to assemble at Hampton Itoads, Virgin0 ia, and from thence come to the city of Washington, there to be formally welcomed by the president." The president also is to go to Hampton Iio.ids DENTIST to review the assembled fleets as the; start on their voyage to San Francisco NFXT TO POSTZOFFIOE It is expected that the American inColumbia, Ky. vitation will meet with general acceptance, and the result will be the RES PHOXE 2t. OFriCC PHONE S gathering of. a fleet of perhaps seventy-fiv- e or a hundred warships of the bet type, for the reason that slow and antiquated vessels would be unable to t ."UililZiXV,- keep pace with the rest of the fleet ic assrotfe. Htfh B 8 the cruise from Hampton Roads to the ffB NB8 Golden Gate. The international fleet will probably be under command of an American k vice admiral, in all likelihood Cameron 1'n.TO! ATrfVi McR. Winslow. for it is expected that f "jd Indigestion car "(d mo great distiv! i congress, which has authorized the ior iwu yuuro. x in. t mai., imnfr ior y relief, but pot littie hpip, t H assembly, will make provision for this g tin tlic best pilLu. medidnc I cn-Ln - new grade rather than have the Amor lean commander outranked by some foreign naval officer. The ceremonies at Hampton Roads and the time required for a visit to g f Washington by the foreign visitors C.E.Catfiold.Guyau,W. Va. ft 25 CEHTS PZR BOTTLE A7 ALL UFT.'GGiS?'.. will consume about a week or ten days, and then, headed by the American fleet, probably with the super Dreadnought Now York at the right of the column, the great armada will take its way southward for Colon. , It is estimated that about four days fle"T will be required to pass th through the locks and the canal and I will drill wells in Adair and about twice that length of time will adjoining counties. See me be- suffice to replenish the coal bunkers before they resume their cruise. Dr. James Trip mm mm J r & tln u.-tlas- WELL DRILLER contracting. Latest All Pupils Are Kellys. machinery of all kinds. Milton, Ore. The North Fork school, Pump Repairing Done. Give a few miles above Milton, is probably one of the strangest in tbe country. me a Call. The school is attended by seven pupils, fore im-yrov- ed J. TV C. YATES and they are all the children of one family. Mr. and Mrs. H. Kelly. Miss Helen Narkans has been engaged this year to teach the school. -- with fallen leaves of every color from the lightest yellow hue to the deepest crimson. And looking down a valley he saw a landscape that filled him with delight. "What a place for a summer cottage!" he exclaimed. "Some day I'm going to build one here." And he did. Now. I'm going to tell you how he came to carry out what was but a thought Looking to his right, he saw the deep red of a brick chimney against brown limbs of trees. He knew that where there was a chimney there must be a house and started to go and make an investigation. He came upon a very pretty cottage, with a broad piazA za around it. a Queen Anne roof and dainty windows. A can opener that is intended for "And I'm jinged if I don't build a match to that." he added to his first quick work has been designed by an Arkansas man. A spirally curved cutassertion. ting blade that forms two heart shaped There was not a living thing in or near the cottage, and It was evident sections Is attached to a U shaped that It was Intended only for summer handle. At the bottoms of the secuse. Mr. Dix went up on the piazza tions are sharp points. To use this and looked into the living room tool the cook has merely to press down through a window. The apartment upon it until It has sunk through the contained cottage furniture, but the top of the tin clean to the handle, then give the implement one twist chief attraction was a large fireplace. "I've a good mind to sleep there to around and the entire top of the can night," he said to himself and tried the ' is removed as swiftly and neatly as "Window to see if it were securely lock- i any one could wish. Where a number ed. It was. but Mr. Dix hunted for a of cans have to be opened quickly this place of ingress as energetically as he device is an obvious improvement over had hunted for game and found one by the type that slowly saws through tho getting on the piazza roof a window ' tin. Furthermore, there is here no dannot well secured. Going downstairs, ger of cutting the fingers on a jagged he opened a door from the Inside, ad-- , piece of lid. mltting him to the wood house, and In Preserving Mint. a few minutes had a fire blazing on the Drying is the best method. The mint hearth. Then he settled himself down In an easy chair before It, and, look- -' should be picked just before It flowers ing at his reflection in a mirror on the and should be gathered on a dry day. Wash it thoroughly, spread on brown mantel opposite him. he remarked: paper and place it in a warm oven to "Your comfort is only equaled by dry quickly, taking care, however, not your assurance." to let It burn. When it is dry rub tho And straightway he fell asleep. Now, It happened that this was leaves from the stems, cool, put lnt Halloween, and a party of girls were jars or bottles and cork tightly. Tht coming to spend it at this very cot- following recipe for mint sauce, usln; tage. Flora Stebbins, a daughter of dried mint leaves, is recommended: the owner, was the hostess, and the ' Three tablespoonfuls of finely chopped others were her guests. Mr. Dix went mint leaves to two gills of French to sleep about dark, which comes earl? vinegar mixed with three ounces of nt the last of October, and the youeff powdered sugar. ladies arrived about 8 o'clock. Tongue With Spiced Sauce. "My goodness gracious!" exclaimori Brown two tablespoonfuls of butter Miss Stebbins "There's some kind of a light Inside. It looks as if there and gradually add one pint of boiling were a fire on the hearth. Wait a min- water, stirring until smooth. Boil for ute till I reconnoiter." She went to n a few minutes; then add a little grated d cupful of raisins window and saw the slumbering Mr. lemon rind, Dix sitting before a fire that was still and a pinch of salt, then sis cloves, blazing merrily. She beckoned to the six peppers, one bay leaf tied In a others. They came and saw the same piece of cloth. Cover the dish and simmer slowly until raisins are tender. sight. "Girls," said Flora, "there is. the best Remove spices and add juice of one lemon. Cut the already cooked tongue chance to celebrate Allhallow eve ever heard of. Let one of us go in into slices, add to sauce, cover and stealthily, make just enough sound to simmer until meat has become thorwaken him so that he'll see her reflec- oughly seasoned. Serve with potato tion In the mirror on the mantel and croquettes. ' get away before he can catch her." Scrambled Eggs. The idea was eagerly caught upon, and Flora was urged to play the part. ' A scrambled egg can be made to The others returned to the vehicle that seem quite an important dish if a had brought them and waited for the tablespoonfnl of milk and a dessertplay to be over and her to join them spoonful of breadcrumbs are mixed in with it Tour the milk on to the In a retreat. crumbs to iiOak them. Beat up the Mr. Dix was awakened by the fall Ing of some article behind him and. aggs in tho usual way and stir the opening his eyes, saw a girl's face re soaked crumbs into It. Scramble all together lightly and fleeted in a mirror before him. But only for an instant. If he had been t quickly. A single ess done In this as much as two done by the wide awake he would doubtless have ' usual methot arisen from his chair immediately and As it was. he made an investigation Nut Bread. delayed just long enough to allow the One-hacupful of sugar, one egg, conspirators, to maki good their es cape. He did not even hear the sound one teaspoonful of salt, one and cupfuls of milk, four cupfais of wheels, for the rarriage had gone-faof sifted flour, four level teaspoonfuls getenough to pnveni that. Flora baking powder, one cupful of chopped ting into It uear the gate. , When Mr. Dix got fairly around he nuts. Beat egg. add sugar, then flour did what he would have been expected which has been sifted, with salt and milk, to do. lie went to the hall and out baking powder alternately with warm encoun- - i then nuts. Allow to stand In through the front door. He ' tered nothing, and all he heard was a place twenty minutes and bake in distant sound of laughter, but so dis- moderate ot en forty minutes. hint that he was not sure whether It Cheese Crisp. He was ; was or was not laughter. Dissolve a piece of butter tho size of very much puzzled. Mr. Dix had a job of hunting on his a walnut In a chafing dish with three hands far different from following up cupfuls of rich cheese dry enough to fame. He was a methodical chap and bo grated. When melted add a pinch began by learning to whom the cottage of salt and two tablespoonfuls of tobelonged. Then he went to the winter mato ketchup. Serve on toasted thin, residence of its owner ostensibly to crackers on warm plates piled high peddle books. He could not be driven with very hot and crisp potato chips. away until he had caught sight of Flora Stebbins. whom he at once recogDamask and Double Damask. nized as the reality of tbe image he Following is the distinctive meaning had seen in the mirror on Allhallow of danJask and double damask as apeve. She recognized him. but pretend plied to table linen: The term damask ed ignorance of him. refers to the satin finish in table linen. "You are my fate." he said. "1 saw This finish is a matter of weaving, the four face"in a mirror on what I hav facing that is given the flax thread. since learned was Allhallow eve. I4 Double damask linen 13 a finer linen will be useless for you to attempt t with the satin finish on both sides. escape the husband that" "Nonsense!" she exclaimed, blushing Almond Wufers. very red. "It was you who saw my facn Pour a layer of melted sweet chocoin the glass, not I who saw yours. All late into a flat greased pan and place hallow eve does not count for men." a layer of blanched almonds on top of But it did count, for then and there, this. Cover these with another thin or rather on Allhallow eve. commenced layer of melted chocolate and set away a courtship which ended, if it ended at in a cool place. When perfectly dry all, with marriage. And when it be them into thin wafers. came evident that the Dir family need cut ed a summer cottage of their own Ed Baked Custard. ward Dix built an exact replica of tho When making baked custard warm But one owned by his father-in-laone article of furniture that was In the milk before adding the eggs and the latter has been removed to the there will be less danger of the cusformer toe looking glass in which Mr. tard turning watery. Bake In a paa et In boiling water. DIx's fate was revealed to him. J jdfci t i - ! I -- one-thir- 1 j way-seem- s ' lf one-quart- er j r i '' 8 wweeBi Suggestions Ball's Ladies and Genle-men- s Watches. 1-10 ITHE ADAIR COUNTY .NEWS Sc For X-m- as Gifts Jewelry. A Watch or a Kodak. The Why not make your Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Sweetheart and Friends happy by a Gift of High-gra- de kind we sell give lasting gratitude and favor for ever. The following are a few suggestions from my stock which should appeal to the most critical buyer: JEWELRY Our Jewelry is the best made. It is not unknown cheap junk, but reliable and Nationally advertised, guaranteed by us and the maker from $5. to $8 Bracelets stock " $4. to $6 " " $2. to $4 " Solid Gold Band Rings $1. up 1-20 1-- 30 " Signet " " " Set All prices " " A Kodak A Brownie Cuff Link, Tie Pin, Clasps, Lockets, Crosses, Fobs, Chains, Bar Pins and Broaches. Come in and look. You are under no obligations to buy. A Good Watch will be remembered a lifetime. You don't have to pay $100.00 to get a Good Watch. Just come in and let us demonstrate to you and show you the advantage in buying from a Jeweler. I MURRA Y BALL, Jeweler, Columbia, - Best because the gift provides the means of keeping a picture story of the most cherished of all home days Christmas. 'twill prove a pleasure Whether for the Youngster or "Grown-up"- , to all the family in the pictures of all that goes to make the day a Merry, Happy one. Kentucky. l Kodaks and Brownies $1.00 and up - j3 t Store Company The Casey Jones Distributing Agents Intormation from Headquarters We have Information from Headquarters that we are to receive a Big Shipment of Mens, Boys and Childreris Clothing, Furnishings, Rain Coats, &c, Also a Big Supply of Ladies Coat Suits, Long Coats, Rain Coats, Fur Sets, and in fact a little of everything to wear. We are authorized to offer this Merchandise in One Grand Cut Price Sale, Saturday Dec. 20. Fron 7 a. m to 10 p. m. ONE DAY ONLY. . Every Article in our Store is Marked Down for this Sale, after which they will go back to their Former Price. Take advantage of this Remarkable Out Price Sale. BELOW WE QUOTE A FEW CUT PRICES Mens, Boys and Childrens Clothing 50 Mens Fine Suits, Latest New York Styles and Colors, o-- .i nn it - smnn an sizes, ixeguiai ymc Vj.u.vv wv"'uw -I Sale price :- Rain Goats 25 Mens Cloth Rain Coats $7.50 Values at $5.00 Values at These are all Fresh New York City. ss Embroideries and Laces Big Bargains in all kinds of Embroideries and Laces si; j- -- - $4.98 3.99 from the Empire , Hosiery and Underwear Hosiery and Underwear reduced 25 per cent for this sale. 100 ;' Mens Suits, Good Select Retail Stock, all Styfes and , .. Colors, Values up to $J 2.50 Ug . Sale price from Factory, Hats 200 Mens and boys hats. Sale price Values from $1.00 to $2.00 .... . .. It will pay you to look these over. :. s Wt? '$ . to 5.00 25 Mens Rubber Rain Coats, made by Apsley Rubber Co., Guaranteed Firs-cla- v""' 7&c' Shoes 2.19 1.49" v 50 Mens Suits, Latest New York Styles;assor ted Colors, Values $7.50 to $10.00 Sale price Suits, all kinds and" '- -' Regular$3.00 coats at A few regularly sold $2.50 Coats at These are all New Goods 25 Ladies Cravenetted Rain Coats, Blue and Black Good Retail Stock 100 v 1100 Colors, Good Style, ejJ2fe Youths Wool Goods, Prices cut to Half. Some as low as 1.49 'SF $5.00 Values at 25 25 Ladies Empire Brand Rain Goats Best $5.00 Values at Ladies Rubber Rain Coats, Rubber Co , made by the Apsley . .. . 98c 3.99 Pairs of Ladies $3.50 Shoes, in Patent Leather, Vici; . Valours, Cloth Top, &c. Among this lot are a number of Queen Quality and Dorthy Dodd Shoes . $1.39 Sale price , Good assortment of Mens, Boys and Childrens shoes at reduced prices. nil if ' Sweaters A lot of Mens All Sale price i ?Big lot of Boys and Childrens Clothing cut this sale. " 50 per cent for Wool Sweatets, regular $1.50 sellers ' 79c 1 00 Mens Over Coals, all Colors and kinds of Colors $6.50 Values at $7.50 Values at $10.00 and $12.50 Values at. 4, Fine Coats at a Big Reduction K- i Other Extra Gloves ' 4.49 V $3.00 grade at ,V.. i ..- .... ,2.19 1. 10 '5.00 7.50 A 25 few Boys Black Oiled Slickers at. JLOCj ir "' i: Boys and Childrens Over Coats all Styles and Colors $1.50 Values at. Ladies Long Coats, Good Variety of Colors, Good Styles, All Wool Goods, equai any' other Coats marked down for this sale to '$l0' , , 50 Pairs Mens Leather Gauntlets. 50c values at 50 Pairs Mens Plain Leather Gloves. 50c values at ... 50 Pairs Mens Fur Gauntlets. 50c values at $1.00 values at 39c 39c 39c 75c Fur Sets 5.49 We can save you 50 per cent A on Fur Sets , A Limited Number of Latest Style, AH Wool Coat Suits, Colors, will go " into this sale at 50 per cent Reduction. As-sort- ed 39c 1.39 t v. $2.50 Values at. i $6.00 Values at. 3.99 "" Ladies Long Coats Values up toiO.OO . Sale price from X.J. : .$1.75 t6 $4.00 f. ' big lot of Misses Long Coats from $1.49 up . A 25 Rugs and Druggets Big lot of Rugs, Druggets and Carpets. this sale. Prices cut for