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The Ladies Missionary Society of the Methodist Church met and were entertained at the home of Mrs. J S. Breeding last Thursday. Ifc.wasan were all day affair and twenty-sevepresent. After an elegant and bountiful dinner the Society was called to order by the president, Mrs. Bettie Atkins, who conducted devotional exercices. At the conclusion of prayer and song the following prpgram was rendered: Solo, Miss Elizabeth Hewitt. A paper, by Mrs. McFarland, entitled Excuses for not Giving to Missionaries Heading, Miss Hewitt. Paper, by Mrs. C. M. Russell, 'A Higher Standard of Stewardship.'' Solo, Mrs. Ray Montgomery. At the conclusion of the program resolutions were adopted on the death of Mrs. nardin, which are published elsewhere in this paper. The business of the Society was taken up and the following ollicers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Bettie Atkins. Firsf V. President, Mrs. W. T. n lvid-'anana- Pastor Fifteen Years. At the regular services of the Christian Church on Sunday morning, January 12, Eld. Z. T. Williams was called to enter upon his 15th year of ministry to the church in Columbia ne began his work here in 1896 while living at Montpelier and preached for the church once per month in 189G, 1907-0- 8 aud '09. In 1900 he made his trip to the Holy Land. During his absence his son, Eld. Lawrence Williams, preached one year. He took the work again in 1901 and preached two vears. W. K Azbill preached in 190:5, W. B. Wright in 1904 and Bro. Oder in 1903 Bro. Williams was called to take the work again in 1900. He moved here in April ot that year, and has preached here continuously to time. His reDort showed that the work has prospeied these years in the providence of God in all its departments. The Ladies' Aid Society has been a great help to the church in their con tributions to the different interests of the church The Bible School has grown aud is in a prosperous condi tion uowt Resolutions on the Death of Mrs. A. E. Eleven Head of Stock Dead. The people of Adair county are very much in sympathy with Mr. W. T. Dohouey, who lives on the Burkesville pike, two and one-hal- f miles from Columbia. Last Friday morning his stock, mules aud horses, commenced dying aud up to Sunday afternoon he had lost elven head. The cause is a mystery. Mr. Dohoney has no enemy to his knowledge. He is a prosperous aud careful farmer and stock raiser, hence the wholesale dying of his mules aud horses can not be explained by the local veterhiaries. A government expert has been notified and he was expected to arrive Brass Band. The following young men have entered into an organization for the purpose of starting a brass band in Co- Hardin. We, the members of the Columbia Whether prohibition, by county or Missionary Society, desire to express local unit, or by enactment of Statelumbia: the sorrow of our hearts in the transiwide significance is the panacea for Edwin Cravens, Sam Antle, Fred tion of one of our former members, the evils incident to Myers, C. C Pickett. Thos Patteson, Mrs. Hardin Though we are grieved in liquor is still an open question conLuther Antle, Ray Montgomery, Will that her life on earth is ended,, yet cerning which the last word has not Young, Horace Walker, Ralph Hurt, we are comforted in the belief that up to date been spoken. It is trite to J. E. Flowers, Count Stults. enjoys the glories of her she say that one may be intemperate in Mr. Geo. W. Lowe, the n Father's home, and in Uiat mansion the use of anything, the tongue, for musician, will instruct and lead the. above is waiting to welcome the loved instance: or in the eating' of mince pie. baud. ones left behind.- Therefore be it reThis is doubtless true in both these In the above lis there are seven old solved: instances. But when people speak of players. The manager informs the 1st In the death of Mrs. Hardin we temperance they mean one thing: as News that in all probability the presfeel that our society has lost a friend, it relates to the use of alcholic liquors ent aggregation will be ready to make though not with us in person, that Monday. as a bbverage. Everybody believes in music on the streets in about five or we were remembered in her prayers temperance. The question is, what Mr. Dohoney's loss is about eighteen six weeks. 2nd Though her stay among us was will best promote temperance: Some hundred dollars. only for a season at a time, yet the folks say prohibition, in Statewide apJordan Peacock Dead. gentle Christian influence of her life plication, and point to the States 1 have made a deep cut in clothing was an inspiration for good, and her which have tried it as proof of their and Overcoats and Winter Shoes. Now presence ever a benediction. assertion. Kansas is, perhaps, the The many readers of the News aud is your time to save money on them. 3rd We tender our heart felt sympabest example of what prohibition will especially those who like tine horses W. L. Walker. thy to her two children, and especially do for a State. Aud the law has and who know Jordan Peacock, will to Mrs. Neilson, our former president worked us well in Kausas as laws govregret that he is no more. Doubtless and to the many friends who knew Public Sale. erning any other matter of prohibihe was known and appreciated by more her but to love, and we pray that in tion, such as larcenry and arson and people than any other horse that ever this dark hour of trial the dear lived in this part of the state, but ujuiuei. in uuiei ouiies uie iuw nus On Saturday, the 21st of February, Savior's arms may uphold them, aud not worked so well, not, perhaps, be-- , we will sell at public outcry at our there is not a doubt but he contributmay He guide them and at last bring . cause of anything- radically wrong in ed more to the value of horse llesh in 5ave 75c to $1.00. Third V. President, Mrs C. M. Rus- them into a happy reunion with the barn in Roley, the following: Five this section than any other sire. the principle, but because of defects loved ones waiting up there. May mule teams, wagons and harness, two Mr. Luther Grady has owned lifm. in the enacting statute As a matter itt"- , may heavy horse teams, two good jacks, since he was three years old aud Fourth . President, Mrs. John San-of fact, no law can be successfully enBuy your Rain coats at Casey Jones' God help us all so to live that we due meet her with other loved ones in that three good jennetts, one stallion, two to his management his superb qualiforced unless public sentiment is fa- dusky. Store. city which hath foundations, whose cows to be fresh in the spring, a pair ties were developed as a show horse Recording Secretary and Treasurer, vorable to such law. If public sentiof coming yearling mules, two good! builder aud maker is God. whose entry in the many rings, when ment, from the Statewide standpoint, Mrs. J O Russell. Bank Officers. Respectfully and reverently sub- broodmares heavy in foal. Also saw- in his prime, newer failed to receive Assistant Sec'y, Mrs Geo. E is favorable to prohibition in Kenmill, hay bailer, binder, reaper, wheat mitted, tucky, there is no reason why such drill, double seated vehicle and many public applaud of the most hearty Cor. Sec'y, Irs. G. M, Stevenson. Wrs W. A Hynes, t The First National Bank elected the not be a success If it is not, other things not here given. This sale kind. He was a saddle hoise with as year: Miss X. Clark, -following officers for the ensuing Press Agent, Mrs R. R. Moss. from this thandpoint, the enactment is for the purpose of terminating a much style and grace of movement as Agent, Missionary Voice, Mrs. J. A. Mrs Emily Burton. Brack Massie, President. of such :aw will work to no good end. partnership business and the property i any that ever entered a ring. Asa English. Committee. II. X. Miller, Vice President. However, the only way to test the will be sold. Terms: eight months sire he has but few of his get left in DIRECTORS. this section for the demand carried thing out, is to let the people of the Before dismissing a Ladies Aid SoAll notes and accounts are now de tfme with interest from date, note to them out usually, beforo J. P. Beard. real maturity. States have the opportunity of regis ciety was organized with twenty- be properly secured. ITT TY v. xijnca J. F. Montgomery. and I need the money. Please come in He made the season of 1013 at the tering their will in the miftpr Thp Uliee intsuiutSKS. iUib Wolford Bros, was elected President of this last SoAlbert Mercer. stables of R. S. Scudder, a uoted present agitation by the Anti-saloo- n and settle, if not settled at once you Casey Creek. J. D. Lowe. horseman, of Lincoln county, and died ieaerue is useful in that it will nrob- - ciety and Miss Nettie Clark, Secratary If you may jxpect a dun or statement. Z. T. Williams. Mr. J. H. Young sold, last week, to there in November of Kidney trouble ably result in putting the thing to the and Treasurer, owe me this means you. E. II. Hughes, Cashier, 7 Mr. A R. numbie, of Somerset, 23,- - age 22, though appeared in the form test of the popular suffrage. And the i c ? W. LWalRer Bruce Montgomery, Asst. Cashier r3rm lOT Sale, n league is the sanest and They will be of a 10 year old. A great horse, batJ000 staves, seconds hauled from this place to Campbells-ville- ! tle in the show ring and as a aire none cleantst agency for temperance in the Mutes Wanted. country being, as it is, the' My farm located at Kniiley, Adair Price, private. He also sold ever surpassed him In Southern Ken- Nov6769 the same party a large lot of timber. I tucky. M r. Grady has one of his colts, cnurcii at wont aioug temperance nues county. For terms, call on or address Noble Peacock, which he believes will' through the league as its accredited W L. Russell, I will be in Columbia Tuesday, Jan., prove Jordan's equal as. a. show horse agent. Grand and Petit Jurors. Kniiley, Ky. 27th, to buy mules from 12 to 10 hands and as a. breeder. He is only live OF THE CONDITION OF But prohibition, once secured, it not 12-- 1 high and from :t to 12 years old. secure. The party of the first may pe Henry Atsheler, ine ionowing gentlemen make up years old but is proving up to the successfully, the legis tition, and THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK the juries for the present term of cir. fondest expectation of his owner, 12-- lt A Sure and Certain Way. lature for the submission of prohibi many of his colts proving winners at cult court; tion to the vote of tha people: and Young man, this paper is your VJ. "JU.LiUiU.U1A, 1.N XliJ-- STAT-hthe fairs last year. At the Columbia OIJAND .1URY. the party of the second may petition, The editor of the Burlington Junc- friend, and you are hereby reminded OF Fair on6 of his colts graduated and KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE S. A. Epperson, and successfully, the legislature, for tion Post goes on record as follows: that if you should so far forget yourforeman; S. 1 won over the get of some of the noted "At this writing we have no desire self as to take too much tangle foot, OF BUSINESS January 13, 101-- Hughes, Lewis Holt, Albert Stapp, 55. sires in the States. T. Taylor, John L. Roberts, W. T XX to leave this vale of tears or hurl our- - make an exhibition of your condition RESOURCES. Grant; L. W. Dudgeon. C. C. Henson, selves upon Abraham's bosom, but if by appearing upon the streets, there Loans and Paxy. discounts m i3 0 James Suddarth, Noah Loy, James A. Mules Wanted. we should desire to do so, we wouldn't ;s a County Judge on the bench, who Overdrafts, secured and unsecury Willis. lean,up against a loaded gun aud then has taken an oath to do hisxluty, and ed I 271 74 Judge W. W. Jones' favorite Saddle 23 000 CO puii the triger, as many do. Neither those who have known him long, say U. S. Bonds to secure circulation PETIT JURY. 1 will be in Columbia Tuesday, Jan., horse, Paxy, bade adieu to this mun- we eat u solid meal 01 rough on there is not a doubt but he will do it, U. ;. Bonds to secure U. :. Dc- ,vouid Jas. Frahkum, Eugene Nell, S. W. daue sphere cue night last week. Be: posles 27th. to by mules from 12 to 10 hands rats, blow out the gas, drink cohCeh' it matters not who the law breakers Other Bonds to Secure Postal Absher,' W. R. Dohouey, Solomon fore lea viug he took a long high and from 3 to 12 years old. and anxSavings trated lye, sit down in the lap of a mav be. Therefore, we admonish you 2 000 00 McFarland, George Coffey. J. W. RichHenry At&heler ious look at the scenesabout the Jones iS 700 00 buzzsaw, smoke cigarettes, or call a to live soberly. Ths to live such Bonds, securities, etc ards, W. E Todd, J. W. Banks. L. Y. home, then went out aud 12-Banking-bousefurniture, and took a direct Kentuckiau either 3. liar or a poor a life is to cut out all associates who r, T. E. fixtures 3 400 00 Gabber t, R. K. Young. to horse heaven He had been, judge of whiskey. We would simply are in the habit of taking too much Rue from National Banks (not W. C. Fletcher, J. F. Mills, J. with Judge Obituaries are published for the ben- get. out an edition of our p'aper in strong Jones for twenty-eigh- t 74 li drink. Bad associates are reserved agents) V. Dudley, D. C. Keltner, W. A. years, making many efit of the fa mil of the tieceased, and which we would strive to the beat of trips from here Diie i ram Slate and Private ruinous and they should be avoided. Brummett, G. F. Stults, W. II Kemp, to Edmonton, Burkesville, Torapkius-vi;l- e, they are of no interest to the general our ability to print Banks and Bankers, Trust the plain, square Cut them out. They may appear cool Evan Akin, W. C. Yates, G. W. Cole, Companies and Savings reading public This paper has been toed Jamestown and Liberty. He truth as we understand it, aud toward you for awhile, but it will not Thos. Powell, J. I. Dudley. Banks was a free and safe goer, aud his ownspace to writers who desire to giving then calml await the end. be long until they will call upon you Due from approved reserve say something about their dead aud er was very much attached to him. agents XI 131 57 for advice when they want to under Casey Jones' Store will save you 25 In fact, money could not will continue to do so, but when oue IIS 14 Checks and other cash items.... have bought As a great humane and patriotic in020 00 per cent on Overshoes and Rubber. a him, and the best of corn, Notes of other National obituary appears on the death of a stitution, devoted to the mitigation take a laudiable business. hay and Fractional paper currency, nickbig assortment on hands. person-- , we do want the second nor the of suffering for oats were at all times at hiscoramaud. Ab simpson, who has been in the the sake of humanity els, and cents 3S: 70 But he is gone, and Judge Jones is in third about the same person, furt- aud the upbuilding of a strong and Greensburg jail for several weeks on Lawful money reserved in bank, Mr. Oscar P. Harvey, who, some trouble. He wants another horse of hermore, when a writing concerning vigorous people, the American Red several charges of bootlegging, by viz: Specie 10 00 00 Paxy's qualities, and he has decided 1:.' notes 00 00 years ago was a student in Lindsey-Wilsothe dead.!: sent in ir should be short Cross, through its nursing service, is making use of a chisel in his cell made 2 000 and who resides at Willow that he wil' bu a likely colt and raise some writers occasionally so far forget carrying into the homes of the people his escape from jail. The wall is two Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of cir Shade, Metcalfe county, was recently it and have it gaited for saddle purpropriety as to mail four or live pages such simple instruction in hygiene and feet, of heavy stone, and it required culation) 1 250 00 f married to Miss Enua Alexander, of poses. The Judge does not believe in on the demise of an infant. Such con- home care of the sick as will aid in several days of steady work to effect Due from U. S. Treasurer Owensboro. The groom is a nephew advertising, but if any oue has a nice tributions should not be published, as the improvement of living conditions an opening. He lowered himself from tMO 107 M of Mr. Sam Beck, this place. Total young animal for sale there is not a baby has no history, and every arti- and the prevention of illness, aud the second story by means of an ima douut but he would find a purchaser cle written about an infant of a few make it possible for women to render provised rope of shreds of his bedding. LIABILITIES. 25 000 00 months or two or three 3 ears old, is intelligently such care to the sick in Ollicers have not yet succeeded in Capital stock paid in Sunday's Courier-Journcontained m the person of Jujge Jones Surplus fund .25 000 00 bound to be overdrawn. an excellent, life sized picture of Miss their own homes as may safely be en- - learning the least, trace of his where- Undivided profits, less expenses who! All Winter Goods are now being sold and taxes paid trusted to them. 2 797 So Mary bampson, of Middlesboro, abouts A number of other prisoners Kentucky mules have a world wide National Bank notes outstanding 25 000 00 was born in Columbia She is a at reduced prices. Owing to lateness who could have made their escape reDue to other National Banks :i 913 S daughter reputation, but there are three States of Judge J. R. Sampson of season everything in Winter Goods Monday was the opening of the' fused to do so. Due to State and Private Banks that are ahead of her in mule produc- Adair circuit court. Representative Her mother is dead and before her cut down. IS7 5I and Bankers Astronomers tell us that we are Dividends unpaid tion. These six big mule States and men were here from all the adjoining marriage she was Miss Bettie Crat, W. L. Walker.- Individual deposit1, subject to their rank according to the censes of counties and business was good soon to have the pleasure of vens. check Delavan's Comet, j 15S "i2o ti another comet. 1910 was as follows: Texas, 700,000: throughout the day. The town was 61 07 A Double Birthday. Missouri, :113,000: Tennessee, 290,000: full of people aud a lot of stock now within the range of the telescope, Postal Savings Deposits Capt. Dan Schroer, of the Salvation is coming rapidly towards us and beKentucky, 205,000: Illinois, 103,000: In- changed hands, prices ruliug high. OlZLl '40 167 2l5 Army, will speak at the court-hous- e diana, 00,000 St. LouK New Orleans Jockey street was crowded from early fore long will be visible to the naked State ck Kkstuckv, ) this (Tuesday) night. He is not a On January lbtha of friends and Atlanta ar- - the leading mule mar- in the morning unth late in the after- eye Such celestial travelers always CUL'NTY stranger to this community. He is and relatives met at number of Mr. of Adam J the home arouse great interest among the kets Kentucky could well afford to noon, ajid a great juany men went out I. E. H. Huirhca. Cashier, of the above a zealous Christian worker and every- and Mrs. John White to celebrate increase her prestige in mule raising. of town riding different horses from dwellers on this mundane sphere, and j named bank, do solemnly The the birthdays of B. A. White's and that the above body is invited to hear him. We ought at least to be able to grow the ones they came in on. The small their comings aud goings are eagerli tatcment is rrft to the best of my knowledge meeting will begin at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Maggie Turpiu's birthday. i and belief. watched from.night to night. E. II. Hughes, Cashier. .as many mules as Tennessee. boys did a good business selling peaAbout nine o'cllock i- -. guests beSubscribed and sworn to before me this 20th We would be pleased to send the gan to arrive. At the noon hour, a and apples, and lunch counters nuts Miss Mary Mitchell, of Glasgow, a day January, 1914. The Music Teachers' Convention of were well patronized. GP.' Smythe. N. P.sA. Daily State Journal, Frankfort, from nice dinner was spread. Turkey, five young lady known to a great many of Expires, Jan. "1, 1914'. Adair county, will he held at this now until the first of April for oOcents. different kinds of cakes and jellies and the younger people of Columbia, she place the fourth Sunday in February, Or better stil1 we will furnish the other things to suit the occasion. Here is a special offer for the re- having visited here with Miss Annie CoiiKUCT Attest: Braxton Massie Director. at the Christian Church This organ- mainder of tins month: The Louis- Dixon, was married last week to Dr. Adair County News, one year and the After all had eujoyed the dinner the Henry N. Miller, Director. ization has been holding its conven- ville Daily Post and the Adair County Daily State Journal until April 1st guest assembled together and had Jas. P. Beard, Director. tions in tliis county and iRussell for News, both one year each for 82.75. Cartwright, of Bowling Green. for SI 25. If you want to keep in their pictures made. some two years, itsobject being to This does not include the Kentucky completed Co- - in touch with the doings at FrankThey both received many nice presThe Board of Supervisors There were in the three voting create a larger interest in vocal mu- map which is being sent out by the Thirty-fiv- e persons were presmem- I lumbia precincts, last ear, 32 white fort while the Legislature is in session, ents its work last Friday. One of the sic and to develop leaders and teaches? Post. you should have the State Journal. ent. bers informed us that while the board deathsand eleven colored, the births, in the different communities. Tift? raised a number of property holders, 49 white, 5 colored. " program will appear in next week's Mr. and .Mrs. Porter A. Strange the amount of the raise was not as Pupils continue to enter the ttdck for Sale. issue of the News The hall is fairly swarmhave removed from Decatur, Texas, great as usual. - Bargains in Rugs Druggets at Casey ing with humanity. Frederick, Okla., where Mr. Strange to I have six good mules, one stallion Fok sale: "Public School Meth- Jones' Store Z. T. Williams has accepted a call is in charge of a large merchantile esand a good Jack for' sale. ods" Books, set of five. to preach for the Church at Dunnville tablishment. At the Parlor Circle a good show At a meeting of the stock-holdeJ. W. Burton, Purdy, Ky. Mies Sue F. King, Columbia Ky. Casey county this year. He will preach will be put on Thursday night. The of the Citizens Natural Life Insurance ll-3- t prize will be a turkey. t Columbia the second and fourth , The county roads are said to be in 11-Company, held at Anchorage, Sundays in each month, Cane Valley fairly good condition, Now is the Farmers were busy last week, breakJudge T. A. Murrell was made' , The Bank of Columbia will elect Born, to the wife of Fred Myers, and Dunnville the third. ing corn ground. time to work them. a director. ' officers some time during this month. Xa. 6th a son. over-indulgence to-da- y well-know- - tis H-3- t. j . - i 11 i Wil-Iso- n. law-shoul- d i 1. Anti-saloo- to-da- REPORT J 4 ! ; ! I I lt , Wag-gene- 1 Legal-tend- er n, al i!-3- .A sn-ea- r ' Liiid-sey-Wilso- n. rs tf last-week- . 1 vr--z THESADAIR dOUNTYlNEWS From Madison County. Berea, Jan., 4, 1914. From illinois. by any one visiting Old Salem Birds Help Farmers. lEditor News: If the publisher will find room '&& the columns of his paper to print a few lines from one of the "Northern Adair county boys, I will try to write a few lines. I left Campbellsville Ky.f Wed- nesday evening at 3 o'clock, and arrived at this station at 4 o'clock Thursday moraine. Believe me reader, I was ready to lay down when I stepped off the train at this station. Thursday just after noon when I was feeling some blue, and was walking down1 Depot street, when whom should I see walking tip to me but three of my Casey county friends Miss Lillie Wil Vinson, Mr. Matthew Wilkinson and Mr. Joseph Abell. You may jgaess I was glad to see them, cr they were the only people in --- j Chautauqua. In 1834 he was a land SurveyOakford, 111., Jan. 6th, 1914. or and was first elected to the Editor Nows: Abraham Lincoln, the great Illinois Legislature. He was re- emancipator, was born in Hardin fleeted at the three following county. Ky., on February 12th, ' biennial elections, serving four 1809, being only the next year terms. after the birth of Jpfferson Da- - He had begun the study of vis, afterwards President of the law soon after locating at New Southern Confederacy, and Lin- Salem in 1832, and 1836 he was He licensed to praotice law. In 1837 coln's great antagonist. spent his childhood days on the he took up his residence in Lincoln farm where he was born, Springfield, the capital of tr.e Sate. In 1840 be was a Presidenttill the age cf seven. on Harrison's ticket In 116, when Abe was only -elector seven years of age, his father and was elected the fourth time moved with his family to a farm to the Legislature. In 1842 he was married to in Spencer county, Indiana, and his mother died in 181S, or when Mary Todd on the 4th day of Abe was only nine years of age. November, at Springfield, and The loss of his mother was an his first son, Robert Todd Linirreparable loss, but his father coln, was born August 1st, 1843. was married the following year, His second son, Edward Baker I Encourage the birds to build their nests near your home. Don't never kill them or try to drive them away. If it were not for birds, the insects" would eat up every thing on earth. Birds eat not only insects and destructive little animals, but they also eat the weeds. The value of the principal field crops in a reqent years was three and a half billion dollars. It was estimated that the sparrow family ate, very many weeds which, if not destroyed, would have choked the crops. Many hawks do untold good, Special All Notice Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once The Government Ind., In 1830, the family moved to Illinois, settling on a farm in Macon county. On the breaking out of the Black Hawk war, in Ad St. Louis. 1832, he he was chosen captain Congressman Ben Johnson of his company, of volunteers, suggests that a statue of Cen. S. and served three months in the If. Buckner be placed in the Hall campaign. He next opened a country of Fame tin the capitol at Wash- store and was appointed postmgton. master of New Salem, 111., and Miles A. Mattingly, a distiller, also tended the mill at the same place, the old.stone dam of which of Owensboro, and a Confederate can still be seen when the Sansoldier, died one dsy last week of gamon river is low. It is two appoplexy. He was born in Nel- - miles above Petersburg. At , son county. New Salem, (now called Old Salem,) by the people in that Best Cough Medicine for Co i Id r en. section. There has been found"s1 ani very glad to say a few words ed a great Chautauqua where one 'la praise of Chamberlain's Cough may go during the month of HJemedy" writes Mrs. Lida Dewey, 'Milwaukee. Wisconsin. "I have used August of each year and spend it for years both for my children and 15 days, hearing great speeches, for myself and it never fails to relieve and cure a cough or cold. Xo family lectures and sermons, bounding with children should be without it as with eulogies to .to-da- His moth- - Lincoln, was ,born March 10th, er s maiden name was JNancy 1846, and his third son, William Wallaqe Lincoln, was born DeHanks. His Step mother was always cember 2nd, 1850. His fourth kind to him and he was always and last son, Thomas Lincoln, ready to help her with her do- was born April 4th, 1853. Berea that I knew at that time, mestic work. He built the fires, In 1846 Lincoln was elected a except the two ladies who came carried the water and prepared Represented in Congress, for the Central district of Illinois wl th me Miss Pearl Wolford the wood. The same year that the Lin and voted steadily in Congress snd Miss Maud Scott. party. In coln's moved to Indiana, the with the Berea is a nice little city of State was admitted into the 1S49 and again in 1856 he was e hundred stbout twenty-fivUnion. This was in the last year unsuccessful in attempts to enter including Berea College, of Madison's term as President, the United States Senate. In which furnishes this town about The second war with England 1856 he assisted in the formaRepublican party and of seventeen hundred of her people. had been fought, while Lincoln tion the in the Republican National ConThis is an important railroad was only a small boy and, while he was yet in Kentucky. But he vention held at Chicago in May, station. The town has about was in later life a great student I860. He was nominated as a .thirty trains daily. of the principles over which that candidate for the Preeidency, There is some fine looking was waged. Those principles are and after several votes he gain- farming land in this section of now settled in the system of in- - ed a majority, and was eventual lv chosen unanimously. .the State, and some that looks ternational law. His candidacy for the United It would be too poor to raise a During the ten years from States Senate in 1&58 and hi? 1816, Abe was engaged in labo- racket on That is nrettv nnnr rious work of various kinds, hav-- I great debates with his opponent, "isn't it? ing only about a years schooling Steven A. Douglas, had gotten Well I guess I have written at intervals; but he always made his name before the American 3nore than any one cares to read, good use of what time he could people. He was elected at the Novem?o will plose hv pavino-- - T wrmlri attend school. D7 " On one occasion, while very ber election, I860, the sixteenth like to heap from just President of our country. young, he wrote: any of the people who wish to This is the first of a series of 'Abraham Lincoln, way. write this articles. to be sent the News for His hand and pen, d He will be great, publication, taking up in turn Arthur Wolford. God knows when." Lincoln. Davis, Douglas, Grant, orms The Cause of Your Child's , There was something in Linand Lee. Pains. coln's nature that prompted him In the next I shall take up the A foul, disagreeable breath, dark on, to think, to act and to feel. part Lincoln played in politics ircles around the eyes, at times with great ihrist: cheeks Hush- His thought was of a high quali- - from the time of his election to e.ri.8nri M1p.11 nnlft. nhflnmM mvnllpn ' with sharp cramping pains are all in tv and he always seemed to feel his death. dications of worms. Don't let your the pain of others who were in Respectfully, Worm Killer ' j:qtrpeq child R. N. Anderson. win yivc suit; icnci xu KiiibLiiu worms In 1825 Lincoln ended his while its laxative effect add greatly to to the health of your child by remov-- - school days at Pidgeon Creek, His Stomach Troubles Over. ing the dangerous and disagreeable to WOUld you UOfc 1819 t0 SaIlie Bush- anti-slaver- y ! I e peo-sgl- j i -- eating thousands of field mice, which otherwise would destroy the crops. In the west, a few years ago, 600 acres of land was sown to wheat. As soon as the wheat appeared, missions of field mice poured in. from the country around and began to to eat it. Hawks came and began to eat the mice. Farmers began to shoot the hawks. The mice kept on increasing, and the wheat kept disappearing. At last the farmers appealed to the Government expert for assistance. He showed then, 'how to kill the mice by sprinkling the field with chopped grain soaked in poison. He tola thsm, too, that the hawks were the farmer's best friends; tnat they must encourage them to come, and must import more, if enough did not come of :heir own accord. The farmers did as they were told. Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year I) The Louisville Daily Heral And the Adair County News One Year Each ! ! j After the wholesale pois- , oning of the mice, the hawks kept the remainder so reduced For 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 that they did not do much harm. The hawks saved the 600 acres of wheat for men instead of mice. ' ' ifii FIZIQ Fa 95 3 fev-&cis- h, - jour subscriptions to I j e B this office. Things to Know. I suffer-Kicka- poo j j No Backache or Kidney Trouble or Rheumatism for BOOT JUICE Users ! Guaranteed. effect of worms and parasites from the system. Kickapoo Worm Killer as a health producer should be in every household. Perfectly safe. Buy a box Price 2,1c. Paull Drug Co. Kickapoo Indian Med. Co. Phila. or y. feel that rn,i,nm,M, troubles weie over, and that you COUW eat any kind V Of food you desired Without injury i lhatmay SeemSO UnilKeiyiOyou r.hnr OU do not even hope for an ending of uooun, your tiouuit, uuu yeiuuo us ut -- cc.,,.Q impossiyou that it is not altogether ble. If others can be cured permanently, and thousands have been, why not you? John R. Barker, of Battle Creek, Mich., is one of them, He says, "I was troubled with heartburn, indigestion, and liver complaint until I used Chamberlain's Tablets, then my trouble was over." Ssld by Paull Ad Drucr Co. Mr. Dyspeptic like j I .... ., "Glory what relief. I could scream with joy and happiness to think that I now set up every morning and 'go about a11 day without a sign of that aching soreness." That's what people are saying who have suffered from weak kidneys, backache and rheumatism for years. No wonder. You'll feel like screaming with 1X yurself. You've suffered with your aci,ine kidneys and back, for so long it has become almost a part of your life. But' on wait till you experience the glori- - Fully one-thir- d of the consum1 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist ears experience. tfiven Office ed in Berlin is in briquet form Many a fall in the dark will be Special attention work. averted if the bottom cellar step will be painted white. In France a method has been developed for obtaining casein from milk by electrolysis. to Surgical and Dental at residence near Graded School PHONE building. ' 5 . gy si N0.7N John Shelton Williams, of Virginia, is to be made Controller of the Currency. Senator Ollie James is to lead the fight in the Senate for his confirmation,- while there will be serious opposition. - . Representative Virginia, Charging co-auth- or Carter Glass, of the cur- - rency "bill, is out in a statement .eases -- almost immediate relief in croup." Chamberlain's The homely hero born cf star and sod, of Texas, with falsehood and OoagU Semedy is pleasant and safe to The Peasant Prince, the masterpiece misrepresention of the measure take, which js of great;Jmportance of God. when a medicine must be giveu to The cabin in which Lincoln in recent interviews and speech-i- n :young 'children. For sale by Paull of -- it gives congressman neary, .Drug Co. .Ad lived at New Salem may be seen in Texas. , ous relief of being completely and entirely rm or it. Listen! You've wasted time and money enough trying uncertain things, you'va suffered already longer than there is any need of. Stop, stop. ROOT JUICE, pure, vegetable, harmless, safe, guaranteed ROOT JUICE is going to give you the grandest surprise you ever experienced in all the days of your life. Of course, you'll have to do your part and take it. Even ROOT JUICE can't help jou until It gets into your system, but if you have any idea what rerl relief will bo like, you'll waste no time getting it. You're missing a lot of comfort, yes, real joy and happiness every minute Vou delay using it and you're enduring - a. lot of needless suffering. You'll see. At any first class drug store you can get a large bott'e of ROOT JUICE for a dollar. That dollar buys relief that is worth a hundred dollars to anybody who knows what rheumatism, backache and kidney misery is. Remember th-- .t dollar not only pays for but it pays for relief.. You've pot to get relief or get your dclSir br.ck. That s hi. w peo I ROOT JUICE is. No relief no pay. that's the understanding. This time get ROOT JUICE end . f Don't put eff and don't ar.ybo'iv you of something else tha's bet : I'-inever made is any better, it rk words and see. Try ROOT JUICE for ten days and save yourself anv n re suffering. If you are so fortunate as n have wcaped these miseries, sake tell some suffering friend or acquaintance what this grand medicine will do. iTou'll surely earn hi3 or her everlasting gratitude. Granulated glass is being tried Table ware can be rid of the odor of onions by inserting it in as a preservative for the surface "This Glorious ROOT JUICE Entirely Relieved It." of wood in England with much fresh earth a few minutes. ' Ass"' Sp Jj,&SS v1 - WMxisr'j-f- i 1 : cigars imported from the Philippines in the last fiscal year. More than 207,000,000 1 success. fyyw-jrAgM- rx na 1 Storage battery for electric headlights for a baby carriages are a Cleveland inventor's plan. ! w U S v, 1 01 8 S years the number of In cfroot nor linvcoc in flrant- Rnfion 13 - a root juicl ,. nas , , aecreaseu irum io.uuu to bas- .k6$S ! wB IllSfll M ! I b. !3'7?5 1,500. On the handle of a wire ? fer lt ..-- t-- !l g I tl.t-3- -j ket in which eggs may be boiled is mounted a sand glass for tim- le fmmk Tonic FOfi SALE AT ALL MUG3STS I n? ing them. F4 .. - . ' . THE ADAIR COUNTY' NEWS No 0. G. HARDWICX, e iii 9 9 Pr. Money Needed. 9 9 44 IiIi 99 9 i f A I J. B. COCKE, V. Pres. R. U. DIETZMAN, Sec HANDLING THE UNRULY BULL. un- - HOG BRISTLES. T T ROUND THE WORD Prance is preparing strict laws reg& latint: aerial navigation. There are 3.700 theosophists In America, belonging to 123 branches. Pneumatic tired jinrikishas are feature of life in the far east "Cobweb hall." a noted old resort la Duane street. Xew York, has been demolished. It is estimated that there are incandescent lamps in nse United States. Altogether 2,2o0,000 British worker-ar- e insured by the state against beias: no-jr-200j.-000.0- W.T.Pyne Mill & Supply ESTABLISHED 1861 Co. INCORPORATED 1889 JVIIMiWRlGHTS uninhabited until the confine- DEALERS'IN ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MUS. ment of Napoleon at St. Helena GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS when it was occupied by a small 1301 TftlRTeeNTO-Mftl- N. LOUTSVILLS British force. Ascension is gov- ' erned by a captain appointed by SMOKE STACKS Hi.c.t JLO. & the British admiralty. There is no private property in land, no fflM - j' K JMHVWV Sheet Iron and lanK Worn rents, no taxes, and no use for jw j itf2siai8Gr .t un w r:m r5 money. The flocks and herds 3HI are public property, and the meat is issued ss rations. So JOBBINQ WORK SOLICITED are tee vegetables grown on the --Kinds of Machinery Repalredfarms. When an island fisher-- j man makes a catch, he brings it to the guard room, where it is Obituary. joined the angel's happy band. issued by the sergeant-majo- r. Good-by- e grandma, till we meet Practically the entire population On Thursday night, Jan., 9, in heaven. are sailors, and they work at 1914, the death angel visited the After the funeral services were most of the common trades. The home of Mrs. E. L. Grant, and over, the remains were laid to muleteer is a Jack Tar; so is the claimed for its victim, Mrs. Eliz- rest in the Tabernacle cemetery. gardener; so are the shepherds, abeth Bryant, who was our dear A loving grandaughter, the stockmen, the grooms, magrandmother. She was 78 years Lillian. sons, carpenters and plumbers. of age, and was loved by all who wonderful Cough Remedy. Some people try to live on the knew her. She took her bed Kings New Discovery is known Dr. nine weeks ago, and all that everywhere as records of their grandfathers. the remedy which wili helping hands could do was done, surely stop a cough or cold. D. P America nas no piace ior an ne- but God knows best, and his will Lawson.of Eidson, Tenn., writes: "Dr. reditary aristocracy. Neither ! L f In the Atlantic ocean lies the small island of Ascension, of volcanic formation and having a population of only 450. A gocl way to restrain an 4 X mflCHlJSilSTS It was I 3. f T X T BBr rr'-f- r & k'MMl IT i 4. jr ruly bull is described in the Breeder's Gazette: Have a covering made of good harness leather from a pattern of the animal's head. Fit a piece over the front, having it extend out so as to take a good seam on each side and allow plenty of room about the eyes, tticn fit piece? to come down on each cheek, our or Ave inches wide. Have these pieces secure- ly sewed and riveted with the seam upon the outside. If the animal has horns the hood is easily fastened on. If not make a strong, snug fitting halter with straps to fasten the hood securely under the jaw and around the ears. The whole con- trivance needs to be strong and well fitted, as a bull will give it a first class trial. . 4 -- The greatest fee of the pig is hog cholera. a:ul the greatest enemy of hog cholera is cleanli- T 3 ness. Never select a heavy, lazy sow for a breeder nor one that has 3! a bad temper. The best boars have heavy bones. Watch this if you are x about to purchase one. Many hogs are bothered with i worms. Examine the droppings. JL To make fall pigs do well they must be provided with warm 1 sleeping quarters. Provide charcoal for the hogs. J 2 y 3! 7 . 4 jT -- 00 is--th- js ! ? 1 V . 4 X X SHEEP MEASLES. 4 X TV...,-t,.t..t.,....,- . UTILIZING ASH SUPPLY. All ! I . I j , j 'King's Xew Discovery n is the most' iijv rt., uuio, n, uui utoi WUUUttllui uuuyn, tuiu auu fuuuauf n , uas one a uiauc iui uao ucaio, na4il rtnuifli ll lnn auu grandma has left us with bleed lung medicine I ever sold in my store Your influence will be in propor-I- t can't be beat. It sell without any tjon t0 vour ability to minister to mg hearts, but if the cold lips all. It needs no guarantee ' could speak they would say; trouble at tee men of your age. Coming . i jje j uuuc , ..uu t s3 ! ' 'weep not, for I am at rest." We know our dear grandmother is a shining angel, and is beckoning us on to join her around God's eternal throne, where sweet comfort, joyand gladness never can decrease or end, and where there will be no more partings and sad good byes. . The reaping time is coming when we all will meet in that happy home over on Canaan's bright shore. There we will meet dear grandma and grandpa, and all our loving friends who have . are being made every day. You must constantly revise yours if Now is Your Chance. you will keep in the van of prog- Duriug the months of December, January and February we will furnish ress. Do this and you will not ' and the l . the daily have any time to grow satisfied M 00. This oiler in made to people wjte anything you have done. who do not get their mail at the Co- BED SPRINSS ARE HANDY. lun.bia Post Oilice. Mr. J. W. Flow-- "You must not measure your re- to your age by what Many Useful Devices Can Be Mads From Them. at 23.00 per year for the home people others do, but by what you are Among the many homemade handt during these months, capable of doing. Ii you don't devices that can be made out of fairlj stiff wire, sucn as bed springs, the rekeep ahead someone else will. pair links a and the hitching snaps b, illustrated herewith, are very usr You are on .your mettle. ful. This is true, because Dr. King s New Discovery will relieve the most obsti-- , nate of coughs and colds. Lung trou- ble qnickly helped by its use. You should keep a bottle in the house at all times for all the members of the family. 50c and si.oo. Paull Drug Co. II. E.Bucklen& Co. Philadelphia or Ad bt. LOUIS. ages may hold you in esteem, but they will treat you as one of the pastj useful jn his day, but now a character ;n history. isonthe marchf Our age Nfiw rec()rds 1 .yy. Courier-Journa- Material From Both Coal and Wood Has Fertilizing Values. As the time approaches to clean up ash pits find bins and to distribute ash piles it is well to remind farmers and gardeners of the value of this product "When conditions are favorable it is most economical to spread the ashes where thej' are needed through the winter, as then none of the fertilizing properties are lost. Even coal ashes maj' be put upon the land if the coarser portions are raked or sifted out, and these clinkers will serve as drainage or foundations for walks about the barnyard and poultry yard. Chickens also find something they want in the ashes. Fine coal ashes may be worked into a clay soil with the very good effect of rendering it more porous as well as supplying some of the chemicals necessary to the growth of plants. For fertilizin Mie lawn nothing is better than fine v od ashes, but if dis tributed during tie winter and early ppring the result will be almost too heavy a growth of grass, necessitatinp "ery frequent mowing. The application of two scuttles U" hardwood ashes to a tree produced the largest and finest Seckel pears ever narvested from a certain orchard in St. Louis county, Mo., the fruit ripening from day to day during six weeks. All small fruits and orchard trees are lenefited by a treatment of ashes, and borers that work around the base of the trunk of trees are-- almost entirely prevented from entering the bark. A moderate amount of ashes and soot worked into the soil around roses greatly increases the richness and brilliance of coloring in the blossoms and makes fine foliage. Care must be taken not to loosen the roots, as roses like a rich, firm soil. The scraping.- from the barnyard if there he a cow. the droppings from fho chicken house, with ashes, will supply almost all the enriching for a place of two acres. Farm Progress. - Methods of Preventing the Spread of This Parasitical Disease. The sheep measle parasite has recently become common in the United States. It attacks the muscles, says the Orange Judd Farmer. In heavy Infestations it mny cause the animal's death. Fortunately it has been proved to be the intermediate stage of a dog tapeworm, not of the armed tapeworm of man. with which species it has generally been identified in the past Sheep become infected as a result of swallowing the eggs scattered over the pasture in the excrement of dogs harboring tapeworms. Dogs in turn acquire the tapeworm after eating the carcasses of infested sheep. Preventive measures are, first, systematic treatment to keep dogs free from tapeworms, thus removing the source from which sheep become infected; second, the proper disposal of the carcasses of dead sheep and the complete prohibition of raw mutton as an article of food for dogs, thus pre venting the possibility of the parasite reaching its canine host. The destruction of carcasses will also reduce the chances of the transmission of the par asites to coyote, which may also to some extent act as hosts, though these animals are probably much less important ' a carriers than the dogs which constantly accompany sheep on the range. without employment e The tapping of rubber trees Is by an electrical device, whlciw greatly facilitates the operation. A zither which Is played by keys iz stead of the usual pick has been li vented by a Massachusetts man. foreigners who arc-iOf the eighty-fiv- e Rome this year studying the Mo tessori schools sixty are Americans. The 2Cew York Public library reports-thpractically 8,000,000 of its boot circulated for home use during 1912. Coal i3 hoisted and water pumpe from a Kansas mine by a specially designed windmill with four broad vanes- In New York infant mortality has-beereduced from ISo a thousand t novp.-donn at n by philanthropic efforts. New York will soon place the cottagt In that city once occupied by Edga-AllaPoe in a park named for 160, principally n poet thr Over 40,000 New York school cM:, dren are annually referred by school authorities to physicians for medical treatment ! t At the close of last year about 10 of the roads of the United Stateer-coulbe classed as improved, a gain off 1 per cent In three years. A seed drill Invented In Austria sowe? fertilizer three or four inches below the grain to strengthen the roots of ther latter in dry soils or seasons. pec-cen- d ' J ing for the revoking of any patent ae worked in that country within fouc years after it has been Issued. Switzerland Is about New Zealand has a new law provid- the largest national park In Europe. It Is in the canton of Grisons and has Characteristics That Indicate Quality of nearly eighty square miles. In This Popular Breed. Instead of imprisoning the unfortuThe Shropshire breed of sheep, hav ing Its home on the downs of England. nates in buildings, Germany Is experiv menting with its Insane by keeping" Is very symmetrical and stylish form. The. head should show refine about 2.000 of them on a large farm. Germany has prohibited the passagt ment in every feature with moderate through its customs houses of flrearrae-tha- t length, says the American Cultivator do not bear marks showing the; A characteristic attribute is for it to wool, the tap have been thoroughly tested by their be closely covered with between the ears being dense running makers Twenty-fiv- e years ago Argentina had to the bridge of the nose joining that which covers the cheek and the lowi to import its flour. Today It dsK part of the head. The ear should be wheat to the world, the annual harvest 0 far apart, pointed and moderate in value amounting to more than ast-are-a $300.-000,00- THE SHROPSHIRE SHEEP. i to estabHsk. j 1 SliTTlWS;, ""''' j thickness and preferably covered to the tip .with fine curly wool. There should not be the least evidence of horns, as the places where these sometimes appear should be covered with wool. The neck should be nicel. at tached and full of Millicient length lu cany tlu-- head with peculiar tyle. The body to possess this characteristic smoothness and symmetry must be somewhat circular and round ribbed. The back should be straight, strong ' ' Greensburg, Ky. Always appreciates trade from Adair and r djoining Counties K that it needed to make them is a If you want to buy, sell or exchange pair of stout plier?. For the snaps one property or second hand machinery or two links may be made, depending of any kind, write me giving full and price. I work on 5 per cent coram ision. I hunt the buyers. I want the sellers. W. E. Stapp, Columbia Ky. All dis-dripti- t. Subscribe for the Adair County year. . AflAY U.U 0,0 SOME USES rOlt OLD 13EX SPBINlS. News. $100 a and is constantly of- - fering'and giving to ail comers, Bargains in all Lines of goods kk&ftMi, pgjEg33 OVER 65 YEARS' j ! EXPERIENCE upon the service required. For the snaps the wire' may be looped in various ways. The snaps open something like key rings do, by pulling the jaws apart They may then be attached to whatever is to be held dogs. calves or even larger animals if the wire Is stout For hanging things up they are also very handy. American ! Agriculturist V fil Trade Marks An idle acre is like an idle A man of no more use than a dead one and takes up more 4 T room. Kansas Farmer. -- H-; A. ill send Dry Goods, Clothing and Show.. Anvonc sending a sketch end description mny quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is prohnbly patentable. Communications strlctlyconfldentl.il. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest npency for Fccuniif? patents. Patents taEen tnroucu .uumi cz to. receive special notice, without, chnrec, lu the MH-- j BEES. to any point, byPareels Post prepaid. Any goods not satisfactory cirA handsomely Illustrated weekly, culation of any scientlflc Journal, runn. 3 a year: four months, 5L gold by all newsdealer. mrmm rnmrn ch OfSce. 625 !.$ 0ft can be rt' x KUNNfxGo.364BroadvvayNewYork Urs-- i P St., Washlncton. D. C. .turned by Parcel Post, if in seven days after sen t5 out Woodson Lewis The Kentucky chart upon which is all the Governors' of the State, map of ICentucky, three feet wide and four feet Ions, is now offered by the Louisville Post to every subscriber of that paper. It is valuable and should be in every home.- We will furnish the chart, the Daily Post and The Adair County News, all for $3.50 one year. Send your subscriptions to this office. - When the hives are well distribute! their inmates may more easily handled. It seems to be improve the disposition, especially If there are some trees or shrubs about it Robbing is not prevalent either, tnd the absence of that always helps ro make bees better natured. A good Jfall flow of honey is not an unmixed good, for careful trials have ihown that there Is a superabundance of pollen grains In this honey which does not make it the most desirable for winter stores, and the presence of the pollen has a tendency to bring on dysentery with the bees, especially if they are wintered in the cellar without an occasional cleansing flight, whtcfc the outdoor, winter protected been have. This Is a mighty good argumeE.' In favor of wintering bees outdoors In a certain space Lala Karim Dut, a Hindu ba?i;. who died recently in Meerut had for-th- e past three years slept every nighi with two pel pythons coiled up beskk -him in his bed The town planning deveJopnseat ai Southend. London's new suburb, forty-mile- s due east, on the English cbanaei la converting that part of the coast a model garden city. Probably the most practical reaclt o!" the ill fated Scott expedition to tbs south pole was the discovery of a gref z coal Geld, said to be at least G50 miles long. Its width hat not been tained. Chile is one of the P countries where thrift Is eonaraoa peace and order prevail The MTfog-bandejosits lutve increased aboot 13G per rent in four yean awl 40 per een? from 1911 to mi'2 "Jennie." a Scotch collie, so faithful girl to ly guarded a little Chicago the other da7-- that the pHe for three fjours could not approach tke child, which had wandered from bowo1 followed by the dog The Texas owner or a large dak. " herd believes he is the only man ia tk I I;a foun.I that C W - V. o q j fa United States who cultivates the &is1t-l- y the rfost piotitrb!e sheep amons ' pear, raising a GOO acre Sefci of the mufon breeds. sa s a New pads ' I have han annually and feeding his stock the York "Itip stower dled and fed alt tho mutton breeds after removing the thorns. In the tirst place. Shropshires do Strange uses are being found not eat as much as other breeds, some of the cues lately cut off more wool. I shearand the bear ed 1C0 brooding ewes last year, all vast numbers by the Chinese. A Britsuckling their lambs, and they avish woolen manufacturer recently r eraged eleven pounds of wool apiece ceived an offer of five tons of such baJa and one and a half lambs apiece. for weaving into woolen fabrics: They make good mothers to their lanib. sood milkers and are long Little Rock. Ark., spent 20,000 ej lived. We run about 130 in a bunch. playgrounds last year. The money tww' They are the only mutton breed to raised by public subscription thrsogiji that you can run In big bunches You are never troubled In Shropthe efforts of a highly organized play shire's with having goitre in tho ground association. The enthusiasm i neck. for playgrounds has since spread t other cities In the same region. Two teachers In the schools of Berand knit o that the handling of this part shows it to he smoothly and even- lin are this year celebrating their fit ly covered. The loin must be wide tleth anniversary of school teaching-Therothers who havt. are forty-tw- o and hips not prominent and the quarwhat deep. The width taught forty years and forty-seve- n ters lengthy and years. Tke- from the loin and hips should he car- have taught twenty-fiv- e ried out to th? tail head, and the full Berlin Teachers' society will tender ft ness characteristic of this part shouht banquet to these veterans In Decern--be- r. be maintained on the outside of the thigh and on the inside as well. Wales has adopted the American The fleece should he strong and fine plan of sending agricultural missicnr nry trains throughout the principality, In fiber, with all the density possible From the hridge of the noe to the fet- teaching the farmers the best methods- lock as well as along the belly a dense 3f raising poultry. Great gain has- - recovering of wool Is desirale. In opensulted. Cities visited have been Pwlling the fleece the fibers which are heli, Almwch and Lnnymnech. The generally about three leches long, train visited districts where no Eng;. -should part readily, shott slear white Ilsh is spoken. In strong contrast to th pink skin. William T. Scott, the only eoloretf" About the ears or top of tke head there man ever nominated for president of should he no patches of black fiber, nor the United States by a regularly conshould these appear distributed anyducted national convention, la a caih, where in the fleece. Tbv characterisdidate for the position of minister to. tic markings for the fac and legj? are the negro republic of Haiti. He rich dark brown in color. The best for president by the nattype of this breed shows an unusual ional Liberty party at the St Leida. combination of quality 9d quantity of convention In 1904. thlrty.-Beve- n statta both wool aid mutton. being represented it -- asr Latln-AHwrf- ea k tive-year-o- ld ! -- - ft la. " e - was-nominat- TfflE ADAHCCOUNTUNEWS iW ADAIR COUNTY NEWS TAX AMENDMENT HELD INVALID. constitutional amendment - BY THE for the classification of Adair County News Company. property for purposes of taxation was declared invalid by the ( Incorporated.) Court of Appeals this morning, 3HAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. affirming the Franklin Circuit pro-vidi- ng Published Every Wednesday Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 14. The Statues, Propositions and Grievance, Suffrage and Election. Ford is to be the United States Marshal for .the Eastern Kentucky District. He was endorsed by Senator James. Col. Ford is a banker at Middles-borCol. Bob o. 4tyQ"fr9"Q"Q"6i9440"Q"Q fr 5 $"Q"C34$9m9m , i I V,, ac- ! I 4 6 Democratic newspaper devoted to the it of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. ln-M- Sntered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offl- ce as sec-S- fl 'WED. JAN, 21, 1914 Court. Dunnville. This suit was brought by Senator G. E. Speer, of Frankfort who secured an injunction reAfter a lengthly absence I will straining the Governor from pro- try to write a few lines from this claiming the adobtion of the place. Down Goes Prices ' : The Governor in his message galled attention to the importance of the passage of a corrupt practice act. Just what will be done along this line is not yet revealed, but there js one thing certain, without effective restriction we had better have the primary law wiped out, and let the political parties pursue the course deemed most expedient for the selection of party nominees. The Democratic party not only pledged itself to the enactment of a State primary law, but to a corruptj practice act as well. There is absolutely no reason why the State should bear the expense of selecting party nominees for State offices, and permit frauds to flourish, and unless the present Legislature wakes up to the real situation, there will be wide discontent and demands .for the repeal of the primary law. The people of this State are demanding honest political living. The time has passed gone forever, we hope, when victories secured through deception and frauds will meet party approval. The spirit, the intent of the primary, certainly is meant to put all political aspirants on the same equal footing, to prevent what is known as combines and to keep nominations .from going to the highest bid der. To all of this we most heartily subscribe, but the fact is, that, so far, our primary law has not shut out frauds nor enabled political parties to secure better men than was done under party conventions or party primaries. .If the primary law is to be of real worth, punishment of the severest order must be inflicted for disreputable methods and means employed to gain nominations. The use of money and liquor has long been employed by corrupt politicians to advance their interests and is no more powerful or disreputable in a convention than under the State primary. In view of the fact that in many counties gross frauds were alleged last August, that political parties were thereegislatorsshould amentroent. After reciting the provision of the Constitution requiring publication of notices of the election not less than ninety days before the election at which the amendment is submitted, and the failure of the Secretary of State to advertise the election at the proper !;ime, the court said, in an opiniby Chief Justice Hobson: "This court had held before the adoption of the present Constitution that all the provisions of a Constitution are mandatory. The Constitution must be presumed to have been adopted with this understanding of its meaning. Since the adoption of the Constitution the court has steadily maintained the same rule. INTENDED TO BE MANDATORY. Mr, John T. White and wife visited friends and relatives in this section last week. Mrs. Kate Pierce has her new residence about completed. Mr. Boss Neal and wife, who have been visiting relatives here since Christmas, will return to their home in indiana in a few days. On Clothing, Cloaks, Shoes, Underwear, Sweaters, Hats, Caps and many other things. A Big discount on some Shoes and Clothing. on Sugar, Coffee, Coal Oil &c. Low prices For Cash x If you want anything charged to you, firt settle your old count, then come to me and make arrangements to carry you for a limited time, othenvise don't ask us to charge anything to you. j W. i I. 044- - Ingram. n i fha orViirlo in fViic? onnh'nn have closed for this year, and every body seems to be well sat- isfied with their teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Thomas vis ited Mr. Jeff Wilkerson and f am iiir ui n.nnoQ r!t.QQL-ii, o icv rro a em Ufljo njr, f uuujv All !. ? , 1 4444444444444 4444444444444 i j 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 a - ago. L. T. Dickinson will leave in a few days for the State Normal, Bowling Green. Miss Carrie Pierce has had a "There could have been nc very bad toothache for the last reason for inserting in the Con- few days and is not much better stitution the length of time for at the present. which the publication of the proMr. Mackley, the poultry man, posed amendment must be made will erect at this place a new unless it was intended to be man- store building. datory, for otherwise there was A series or dances are now in no reason for not leaving .the progress in this community. whole matter to the Legislature.- Don't know whether they can "We cannot assent to the condance the "Tango" or not, clusion that the notices in the Mr. Welby Ellis, the newly newspapers calling attention to the failure of the Secretary of elected Justice of the Peace, is State to make the publication re- now busily engaged in the study quired by the constitution can of law. Jar&es Allen 'was through here take the place of the publication a few days ago paying 7 cents itself. hogs. "But for the provision of the per pound for Constitution on the subject it There are only four hungry e could only be amended by a con- Democrats who want the at Dunnville. vention called for this purpose. The framers of the Constitution Wilson's Store. evidently intended to restrict 9 Mrs. Cora Dixon and p.hilrlrpn visited her sister, Mrs Lucian Burton, on Green River last week. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Burton and family are visiting relatives" at this place. The party given by Mr. and Mrs. D. X. Wilson was largely attended, and all reported a jolly time. The singing at Freedom Sunday eve, conducted by R. P. Grimsley, W. C. Bryant and Tim Bailey was reported a success. Mr. J. S. Wilson, Sano visited his brother, J. M. Wilson, Friday. Rugby. ! T.asr. Wpr?np:rtav niwhf o u.w vuuwwvtUJ 4tR.llU fc froma ttlllW A. I J. - , house belonging to Rev. George Groves burned, loss about $150. No insurance. The origin of the fire unknown as no one lived in the house at the time Cane Valley. ! Must be kjuuu nusiery Anyway With or without the four-months i Post-offic- Miss Dessie Rowe, of Toria, is visiting Alvin Rossin this week. Rowe & Bailey are on the market for hogs. They pay the market price. J. Thompson sold three shoats to C. C. Roe, Jr., for $3. T. G. W. Jones went to Louis- Tyler Firkin was in Louisville on business last week. IraG. Vaughan has rented Mr. Nick Thomas' farm, near Egypt, and has moved to same. Mrs. Josie Edrington was visiting her son Ruel, in Campbells-villlast week. Frank McFarland, one of our best young men, has just com pleted his new residence. Willie Breeding, who was rais-- ! ed here, and moved to Spring- field, 111., twenty years ago, is visiting friends nere. He was a veteran of the Spanish-America- n war. Uncle Creed Harmon, who has been real sick is improving slow-- ! e, guarantee Buster Brown's DARN-LES- S Guaranteed Hosiery must wear exceptionally well or its users would not buy it again. And it does not pay the makers to advertise unless the quality of the hosiery induces "repeat sales." Therefore, inspecting and testing this hosiery will make you a regular customer. So when you are in need of hosiery next time buy Buster Brown's ; DARNLESS Guaranteed Hosiery For Men, Women and Children It is made of Sea Island Cotton Yarns and sanitary dyes. It is strengthened at wear-sn- g long-stapled j j . ly. ; amendment. The constitution may be set aside by revolution, out it can De amended only in the way it provides. "It is argued that this conclusion puts it in the power of the Secretary of State to defeat the will of the people and prevent an amendment to the Constitution; but the Secretary of State is an officer created by the Constitution. When the Constitution has provided that it may be amended only by the agencies it selects for that purpose, to amend the by demoralized it seems that our Constitution in any other way is to ignore its provisions. The law makers Democratic give the people ftct that a majority voted for exactly what the party pledged the amendment, unless the vote in its last State platform to pre- was taken as provided by the vent such action or to punish Constitution, is not sufficient to those who engage in it. The make a change in that instruparty is pledged and the gov- ment." ernor calls for its fulfillment. The Legislature is now down Not only the Governor, but every honest man in the state will to business. Our Senator, Hon. endorse any law to reduce crime Robert Antle and Representative and debauthery in our primaries Sharp, were placed on the following committees: Mr. Antle, and elections. Committees on Claims, ProposiSenator Antle has offered & tion and Grievance, Mines and bill to more accurately regulate Mining. In the house, Hon. A. the paying of teachers, making W. Sharp on Claims, Public the' initial salary of third class Health, Tuberculosis, Retrenchteachers $30 per month, second ment and Reform. Hon, Lilburn The health of this community ville lass week with Neice Gowen is very good at this writing, with and Corda Wilson to sell their the e ception of old aunt Cynthia furs, but did not come out so Conover, whose condition re- well. mains the same. Mr. George Cole, of Sparks-vill- e Mr. Talbot Conoverand daughthas moved his engine and er, Martha, left for Terre Haute, family to Toria. He will grind Ind., Monday morning. It was corn and run a blacksmith shop. a surprise to some of the people Mr. J. W. Moran, of near Co- asMr. Conover has been in a iumbia, visited T. J. Rossin last very critical condition tor some Saturday. time. Mrs. N. J. Rupe, who has been Mr. H. J. Conover and Mrs. very sick for some time, is bet- W. W. Holladay, of Roy, visited Ker at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Wilson, this Charles Harness has returned place, Wednesday. from Louisville where he has Mr. Virgil Conover, from . In- been in the oil business. diana and his brother from Ohio, Mrs. Ermine Jones, wife of were at the bedside of their sick Marion Jones, of Sparksville, father, W. T. Conover, last weelc. died lat Sunday of pneumonia. Mr. E. A. 'Mckinley, one of our She was a member of the Cumleading men, is having some ex- berland Presbyterian church and cellent work done on his farm. left. evidence that she had a hapShe was beHis intentions are to clear about py home beyond. 40 or 50 acr.es. loved by all who knew her and Mr. Ola Mckinley will move to will be greatly missed. . Sine Absher bought the Defe-ver- 's farm from his brother, Kit, last week, for $1,000 cash. Some believe in pluck and some in luck, Sherrod Murrell Jr. was plucky enough to pluck out I 2S tickets at T. F. Corbin's store one night last week, and was lucky in drawing four gold L watches valued at $80. We are glad to parts by 2, 3 and strong linen thread. Comes in any style, size, color or weight ycu want; is soft de4-p!y f lightfully com- &m !"" irat fortable and fits the shape of the foot and ankle. Russell & "Co. . A state that Ora : Mr. Dee Tarter is attending Wilson, thirteen years of age, who was accidentally shot by school at Columbia. David Banks, Christmas, has Mr. Jim Cravens was a pleas-aborecovered, and will be out ant caller at Mr. Tom Shepherds in a few days. last Sunday. j ut ? : purchased She leaves a husband, seven from S. M. Coffey, in a few children and many relatives and weeks. friends to mourn their loss. She Hanley Mrs. Lorsie and Miss Lena was buried'at the John conWilson, Mrs. Elnora Bailey and grave yard, Rev H. T. Jesse by Miss Tina Blakely visited Mr. ducted the services assisted and Mrs. H. J. Conover last Wed- Lafe Akin. nesday. Mrs. Etta Garmen is in very class teachers $32, and the first Phelps, Representative from at this writing. Hr. D. L. Wilsou, our Several from this place attendclass teachers $35, while the Russell nd Casey, is on the following committees: Approppia-tion- s, Eivin Robertb left for the L. ed court at Columbia last is having a fine trade and emergency schools are left to the" Criminal law, Kentucky is also huxtering. W. T. S. last Monday. discretion of the county boards. his place recently Oral, the oldest son of Josiah was visiting here several days of Foley, happened to a very pain-la- st week. ful accident last Sunday by be ing thrown from a mule, which iano. caused unconsciousness for several hours. Marrying is the order of the A protracted meeting is being day in this part. conducted at Mt. Olivet by Bro. The farmers are making use of Wolford assisted by Eld. Shaw. this fine weather by plowing and D. B. White was the pleasant preparing the soil for the coming crop. We hear quite a little-tal- guest of Mr. T. Wheat last Sunof tobacco being raised in day. Uncle Pomp was in the large quantities, but no doubt it best of humor and seemed to be injoying life. will be winter raising. An infant child of Irvine Bur. Miss Nannie Wheat, of Webbs X Hoads, is at the bedside of her ton's diea last week. aunt, Mrs. T. W. $heat, who is "Five years ago I had the worst confined to her bed with j k Mr3. Cleve Thomas, of Harlan, La-gripp- e. mer-chan- t, poor-healt- h case of chronic constipation I ever knew of, and Chamberlain's Tablets cured me, "writessS.F. Fish, Brooklyn, Mich. For sale by Paull Drug- Co - Ad THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Personals. Mr. Wyatt Smith, the harness maker, was quite sick last week. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ., Rowe's X Roads. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Pullium, several sick moving back Glenville, spent ihe week end Millard Helm is For the purchase price, the pur has arrived. chaser with approved surety or sure- - to the river from Coover Lap- Mr. Hehry Allen, of Holse Cave, with Mrs. Pulliam's parents, ties, must execute bond bearing legal visited here last week. sey s interest from the day of sale until Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reece. Mr. C. C. Breeding was in Burkes- paid, and having the force and effect Henry Barnett, of Parsons, Mr, Winfrey Loy was serious ville several days of last week. of a Judgment. Bidders will be pre Mr. II. T. Baker was on the sick list pared to comply promptly with these and P. W. Chelf , of Casey Creek, iy injured several days ago by a terms. a few days of last week. were here this week hog hunt- - tree f auing on him, but at pres II. II. Dunbar, Master Commissioner. Mr. and Mrs. D. Ward Denton, who ing. l don t think they got as ent is improving. are temporarily located at Breeding, much as a smell of a hog. Mr. R. B. Dillon left for Beech- visited here last Saturday and Sunday. For Sale. Ode McKinley is here from the mont, last week, where he is Mr. Lincoln Denton was here the! first of uhe week. j One-incall poplar lumber, $1.00 ioil fieIds of Indiana to see his attending school. 13. McLean, ' Glasgow, was Mr. E. cash on our yard. mother and old home". He says Mr. Sam Rowe's little daughthere the lirst of the week. J. II. and E. Young. he is getting $6 a day. That er, who has been quite sick for Judge X. II. Moss and his daughter. looks mighty big. Miss Mallie, were 'here from Grady, several weeks, is improving at For Sale, Privately. ville Monday. The latter stated that Mrs.Jim Sullivan, Mrs. C. C present. she was ready and'ianxious to return i to Columbia to live and that, her sisSeveral mad 3ogs have been A 300 acre farm at Phil, Casey Hale and baby, Mrs. Odis Helm was in the same frame county, Kentucky, 22 ter, Miss Ora. miles from the and baby, Mrs. Bill Wilburn and killed in this community lately. of mind. Q. & C. Railroad, on a good pike road baby, and Rose Selby took din-- 1 MSc-?;.,..: I11 "V,11 .! 150 acres is good bottom land aud in a ner here this week with your Mr. Edgar Reece had about ' fnitePv-wiionhU Vridiv T n ten dollar's worth of meat stolen high state of cultivation. 150 in scnbe Mr. Hiram Jackman, of near Creels-- ; .vnnMnnA nnf1 mnat. nf if. io nn r!l, from his smoke house several ..WWV..U...V., ....V. U.UJU JA .K ..J h""" ""fS" boro. was on our streets Monday. Thos. Hadley and wife visited nights ago. land and will grow tobacco or any-othMr. F. M. Barnes, Russell county, crop. There are 2 new modern C. C- - Hale yesterday. Mr. Will Wilson, of Columbia, was lie re Monday. residences, 3 barns, 3 tenant houses, Bob Aaron can't last but a Life and Accident Insurance Messrs. J. W. Short aud S. B. Mulli-m- shop, a new building just comEllensburg, Cumberland "county, agent, passed pleted, aud one of the best stands for little while. He is dying with Go's., hustling were here the lirst day of court. through Breeding en route to General Store in Southern Kentucky. consumption. Miss Xina Hickman, sister of Mrs. Burkesville, Tuesday. Spoke factory, Planing mill, and Woodruff Flowers, who visited here several weeks, started this (Tuesday) Woolen mill near by. Mr. Schuyler Neat, a traveling From Ohio. Terms to suit purchaser. To.ninp for her home in Ilopkinsvllle. salesman, called on our merJ. F. Gadberry, Phi), Ky. Mr. Tildeii Wilcoxin, Green county, Dayton, Ohio, Jan. 20th, 1914 chants last week. was here Monday. Editor Adair News: Mr. Elbert Webb, begun his Messrs. W. E. Morgan and J D Local Market. 0 Sharp, Amandaville, were here at the As we have fully recovered from school here Monday, opening Today. opening of court. the flood of March the 25th, 1913, with a good attendance. Mr. T. D. Crenshaw, of Metcalfe Owing to the bad condition of Eggs 23 will try to sketch to you a few county, was here the iirstof the week. Hens . . . 9 1 lines of the many details of the t"he roads very little Mr. F. F. Rexroat and Mr. J X. hauling is Chickens 10 Tarter, of Russell count y, were in Coflood which had in its vast reach, j bein'g done at present. Cocks 4 lumbia Monday. They paid the News Dayton was Turkeys 00 fifteen miles wide. a pleasant call. Mr. Rob Reed, Columbia, was Geese covered from ten to fifteen feet here a few days ago, looking afMr. J. C. Nichols, cashier of the 9 Ducks MonBank at Casey Creek, was here Wool spring clipping. 18 of water and of the fifty thousand ter the interest of his insurance. day. Hides (green) 15 lives endangered,the loss was only Mr. J. B. Barbee. Louisville, is here Feathers 40 Irvin's Store. one hundred and fifty. Ginseng 5 50 for a day or two. 25 Beeswax The N. C. R. plant and the : j Vernon Ilolt, Adm.,.Plft. ) , ..,. boys say that Odis stayed at the Mr. J. W. Saltsman, of Xew Hope, vs. dealer in fertilizer, was here a few Sidney Holt, etc., Defts. By virtue of a Judgment and order widow Wilburn's 28 nights out ago. Court, of 26 days while he was courting of the Jlr. R. S. Coleman, Lebanon, was oj sale at Russell Circuit thererendered the October term, Leta. I glory in your spunk, here one day last week. of, 1913, in the above styled action, Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Ritchey, of for such uses as the court may here- Odis the promise is to the Burkesville, visited Mr. and Mrs. John after direct, I shall proceed to offer Lee Walker several days of last week. for sale, at the Court-hous- e door, in Mr. Eldridge Montgomery is Jamestown, Ky., to the highest and Mr. John Q. Alexander and Mr. W. best bidder, at public auction, on Mon- teaching a winter school at LibO. Gaines, Carapbellsville, were here day, the 16th day of February, 1914, a few days ago. at one o'clock, p. ra. or thereabout. erty. Eldridge is a good;teacher i Mr. G. L. Jones, Hatcher, was at (being Circuit Court day,) upon a and one of our best citizens. the nancock Hotel one day last week. credit of sis months, the following de Good luck to him if I did 'loose a Mrs. J X. Page is spending four or scribed property, Two tracts of land lying in Russell vote on him last fall. live weeks with her daughter, Mrs. R. county, Ky., on the waters of Greasy A. Myers, Montieello. Icieek, about two miles south of James-- . Ed Selby lost his only horse last Mr; J. X. Burrice, of Lebanon, was town, Ky., and known as the David week. He had to kill it.Boys here' last Thursday, Jones place. Mr. A R. Humble, Somerset, and First tract containing 125 acres more let's help Ed a little. You know ilr. II. N. Patrick, Williamsburg, or less; second tract containing 150 he is one of our best, neighbors. were here Thursday with the view of more or less. Come on with a little of your buying lumber. Also one tract of land known as the money. It will help him and you Mr. C. A. Burress and his mother, Clarence Bernard place, and adjoining will feel good over it. Mrs. Sarah A. Burress, Smithville the above named two tracts. Wednesday to visit Also one tract containing 25 acres, Ind.. arrived last Clay Hadley and wife were in relatives in the county. They were lying on the south side of the Jamesmefatthe Hancock Hotel by Miss town and Greasy creek turnpiks. and to see me last week. I have been partly in the town of Jamestown. Jessie Dudley, of Glenville. on the sick list for the last three Also two town lots id the town of Mr. Rhodes Dohoney, who lives in weeks. I am better at this writthe Keltner country, is critically ill. Jamestown, K., being a part of the ! ing. new Jail lot. Mr. X. T. Jones, of Pellyton, was The rirst two tracts named above here last Friday. It is just another girl at Tiger will be lirst sold separately, then both Mr Geo. A. Smith was in Louisville tracts together, and the sale hrineinc Montgomery's. This is nothing a day or two of last week. tne most money will be the one ac new to Tiger. He is just trying Mr. Ernest narris, who is in George- - cepted. commandment, town College, is spending a few days' For full description of the above l to fulfill "ir,-,n-;,, .u a named lands and town lots, the Judg at home, confined with a cold. a UU iCJlCIHBIl LUC i.IiUlLljJJJ' Mrs. Nannie Flowers has been ment on record inthe Russell Circuit- earth. very days, A nurse Clerk's office is referred to. for to-wit: RUSSELL CIRCUIT COURT Odis Holt and Leta Mann were OF KENTUCKY. married here Jast week. The V -- A . - - yr-- t& - .a - Columbia,.. Kentucky, - December, 17, 1913- -. Mr. John Doe, In Account With The Jeffries Hardware Store Dec. 17 To Balance Acct..to date $13 47 . you owe us a Due Note or .Account, your name is JOHN DOE. If - once. all smiles. Please call and settle at is ter Dayton and every body It is easy enough to be pleasant When life Hows by like a sons, Herman c. Tafel 236 W. Jefferson, St. But the man worth while Is the man with a smile When everything goes dead wrong. AH Louisville, Ky. Things Electrical Respectfully, . S. W. Baily. L f res' &&& Write for Wireless Telepjraph Pamphlet u Telegraph Inst. Telephone Medical Battery it j Breeding. Mr. Louis Reece has been quite sick for several days but is much improved at present. ij the i ..i.vi, Electric Light Linemen Tools and Line Material Residence Phone-1- of Dr. Hammond, of this place, is very low with cancer on the B Business Pho e 13 S face. D. C. Hopper of Fonthill, pass- - DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST 0 j ed through here last week re- turning from Burnside. J. A. Hammond and wife, of Hustonville, were here Sunday, Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTsfV up Stairs. h, visiting relatives. Now that the Columbia, -- - Kentucky . law-make- rs are ( S! S-t- f. in session at Frankfort, let us all petition and pray that he may give us a good sensible road law, M'Ybt&r and not harp sojnuch about long - jgj m s. ; in JF W JR.: ETSt! f&XL o nnl-n.n,- ! j er School terms. When the chtf - m jWeteUvoahow.andeavbsstinarket We are dealers: establ.shed c3 dren can not get to school the' m ;?" abetter you any bank in cheats. laer tnnnt-J- nnnr nr oonnnni. UJ. Fri isvi!ie. References weekly price iou- Write f.r '"J" .ijwiibii nun ju OLbUUlib r "A l.st. M. SAEEL &. SONS the roads. & 33 E Market SL. XT. ,iS , i ' 1 LOUISVILLE. I K Sealers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. er , Montpelir Ky. i 1 x, Editor News: 9-- I The writer doos not know whethWill you please allow me space er they have located the person to write a short letter. I am or not- eleven years old. I go to school We have a subscription school at New Liberty school house. My started at Ono, with good r's name was Miss Nell pects, under the management of Miller. I liked her fine. Our Prof . B. H. Edmonds, school closed on December, 26th The board of supervisors is iny I had a merry Christmas and a session and have made only j j pros-teache- f j Additional Locals. Bid Retail Stock. Of Men's and Ladies Shoes. We are selling $4.50 shoes for S3.00; $3.50 shoes for S2 5o; S2.50 shoes for SI. 75. Don't take our 'word for it, but come aud see. Casey Jones' Store. Yellow Root May Apple (per lb) 2 75 Four good, young Jacks for sale, to 5 years old. Smith & Ilunn, 6-t- f. Columbia, Kj. For tale. other large institutions has an wood working department, it was turned to the effort of making of boats, and the result came a boat to the waters edge every seven minutes; this aided a great deal to the saving up-to-da- te Your scribe has been on the sick list for awhile, hence no news from here. Mr. W. H. Hopper is teaching a select school at Freedom. Mr. Thomas Hopper, a brother, is teaching at Eli. Both are fine of lives. teachers. New Year. Old Santa few raises so far. brought me many things, but The drouth of last summer has-thbest of all I have a nice home. caused corn t0 reach on2 dolar I help my Mamma care for the per bushel alreadyf and perhapBb baby. His name is Rollin. I wm g0 higher. went to Grandmother Turner's Mr. W. M. Fox shipped a car the lth of January. It was her load of hogs recently, and did birthday. She was 73 years old. very well with them. Mr. C. T A I hope she will spend many more Dunbar is preparing to ship an- , happy birthdays. We have flow-- ! , , . , , . tumu mr iuau ui nuga anurtiy. ers Dotn winter ana summer, duc Winnie Brady is visiting relmore in the summer. I love Ono. flowers, music and my school atives near Our new officers are m fulltf books. I will write again if this sway now and every thing is lookescapes the waste basket. From a little Russell county ing very bright. girl. Now is Your Chance.- Lizzie Jane Turner. j e j j 1 ! j I i ; . -- . One of the best saw mills in Adair Dayton lies in the Miamia valAn infant child of Mr. Wesley county. Will trade it to any thing Circuit Court. ley between two large hills, and Garner died yesterday. from a coffee-mi- ll to a steam-boaas As usual the January term of the we are going out of the mill business. was no more prepared for a flood Mr. J. K. Butcher, of Eli, lost Adair Circuit Court brought an imthan a city many miles from a his 16 months old child yesterWolford Bros. mense crowd to Columbia. Judge water course. Carter came in on good time and by day. noon he had perfecting an organi you were to be in Dayton toIf The Kentucky chart upon which is Cassius Wade is all smiles over zation, delivering strong instructions day you could scarcely notice any to the grand jury, which body is now all the Governors' of the State, map the advent of a new girl. at work. The Jury is composed of of Kentucky, three feet wide and four mark's of the flood. twelve good men, who, it is believed, feet long, is liow offered by the LouisMr. Owen Gaskins and family J. H. Patterson with other pubwill do their duty. ville Post to every subscriber of that -lic spirited men of Dayton did a have removed to the farm here Mr. A. A. Huddleston, the State's paper. It is valuable and should be sold by Dr. Hammond. We are Attorney, is here to take care of the in every home. We will furnish the great deal to help the people and evil doers. t, 10-lm During the months of Decembery January and February we will furuisi? v and- the the daily Courier-Journa- l Adair County 2f ews one year each, for" We have had a nice protracted $4 00. This offer in made to people: Ono. - meeting at Square Oak church, conducted by Rev., Henry Huber. It was a success. The quarterly meeting was not held on account of the Elder and circuit rider both being sick. Rev. A. Beck came and delivered a sermon on Saturday, but did glad to have him and family the Daily Post and The Adair the financial part of the cleaning not have any meeting on Sunday, J. A. Young, of Glenville, bought 18 chart, with us. head of cattle in Cumberland county County News, all for $3.50 one year. up of the city. It was, well done. Mr. James Miller lost about week at from $20 to $40 per head. Send your subscriptions to this office. Now we have a greater and bet- Mrs, Eliza Hammond, mother last $800 in cash, checks and notes. J I who do not get their mail Mr. lumbia Post Office. J. at the al Cc W. Flovr-- subscriptions for the Courier-Journat 83.00 per year for the home people during these months. ers, who is the local agent, will takes keep on hands a full aCdtSk"' o coffins, caskets, and robes. I also Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, offices-Phonkeep-Metall- I ic e SS. 45-- L , 1 yr J. F. TrfpteWr Columbia, Kp,- - rfi. Ad V K l :THEFADAIhiCOUNTY-NEWKills House Pests. aj 'jrhP SWINEHERD. 1P jfi x ifi Jy "From its habits of conceal ment the bed bug is usually be- f arm THE anZ yond the reach of powders, and I the ordinary insect powders such as pyrethrum are of practically POULTRY OPPORTUNITIES. no value," says the Department The Farm Is Most Conducive to Suc of Agriculture at Washington. cessful Poultry Raising. The foundation upon which all suc"The eradication of the insect is cessful poultry operations rest is concomparatively easy from iron and stitutional vigor, according to poultry experts of the department of apiculwooden bed- - ture. Without a high degree of health brass bedsteads, but Steads Otter a much more difficult poultry work, and there , Garden it is utterly impossible to progress in Plate where conditions is no other are so cou- - r pruuiem. Tr verj uuciai apyiica-- , dncIve to J0itrv slu.ct.ss as thev are The tions of benzine or kerosene, or on the farm having farmer has the ad vantage of free range for hi? ,, t ... Warm hog-- houses are cheaper than corn, and cold takes o&tat Damp, dirty bedding and healthy pigs will not be found in the same house. Don't allow the hogs to sleep in or around the stable stalls unless you want fleas in the 5: barn. A weak solution of a common coal tar dip sprinkled about the hog house will prevent foul odors and help to preserve the general health of the animals. Too much feed and too little 4 exercise are generally the causes of thumps. The remedy is evident Disease germs and parasites tind their kindest harbor in filth. Clean hogs are generally healthy hogs, free of parasites. Cleanliness costs little but effort What's The Matter With Your Baby? sarily Indicate the seriousness of Its trouble. It may have nothing more the matter with it than a headache or a ing of general dullness. It cannot,feeltourse, describe its feelings, but as of a preliminary measure you are safe in trying a mild laxative. Nine times out of ten, you will find it the child needs, for its restlessness ,and peevishness are perhaps due to obstruction of the bowels, and once that has been remedied headache, the sluggishness and thethe many other evidences of constipation and indigestion twill quickly disappear. Don't give the little one salts, cathartic pills or nasty waters, for these will act as purgatives, and thev are too Wrong for a child. In the families of Is-a- PNEUMONIA I The young1 mother and many an old one, too Is often puzzled to know the Mrs. JI. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and airs. pause of her child's 111 nature. The L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxa- loudness of its crying does not neces- tive given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. ' I Ivervweak. tharlsnellswhen fpnulrl j hardly breathe cr speak for 10 to 20 J minutes, ily doctor could notheln me, but I was completely cured by Ipft: mf Trith ! frJrrVitful nntirrh o-.- It has been found to answer most perfectly mildness i i all the purposes of a laxative, and Its very t and freedom from griping recommend it especially for the use of children, women, and old folks gencr- ally people who need a gentle bowel stimulant. Thousands of American families have been enthusiastic about it for more than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. DR. KENG'S New Discovery Mrs. AND ( 50c J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. mi vvi jjitim S1.00 C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY unlimited sup any petroleum oil, is the most birds, which means angreen ply of bug, insects, feed and Last Ditch Fight. practical nay to meet this difficul- grit as a food supply A GOOD FARROWING PEN. Poultry strongly constituted means ty. This must be introduced in highly fertile eggs and the production .. of good, strong chickens Eggs pro Small Portable Huts Best For the . An old gentlemen, now deceasSow and Litter. all crevices With small brushes or duced from fowls that have free range. A farrowing pen made from fencon the farm hatch better than those feathers, or by injecting with from fowls that do uot have that ad ing boards, light and portable, five feet ed, never seemed to be satisfied square, is one of handy arrangesmall svringes Corrosive SUbli- - Tanti,e Iu feeding the farmer has ments on our farmthe indispensable unless he had several cases pendand me auvauuige over uiuei puuiuyuieu mate is also of value, and oil of "Where live stock is kept there is a in farrowing time, writes G. O. Brown ing in court. He left surviving In the National Stockman This pen may be set up anywhere on the a son who seems to have followturpentine may be used in the sy. farm in a shed, on the barn floor or ' in the basement, in the open barn lot ed in his footsteps and has con same way. The liberal use of about the straw stacks or wherever tinued to keep up his father's boiling hot water, wherever it comfort exists for the advent of the youngsters. V ' record of proceedings in court. ' may be employed without danThe dam can get no nesting material U . . save what we give her and cannot f Several of the attorneys were ger to furniture, etc., is also an . smother her pigs in the litter. We :. have each of our A shaped hog bunks talking about his court troubles effectual method of destroying built from matched barn siding witli open front door, and fitted in the top one day, when one of them told both eggs and active adults. ridge of each is a hook upon which the following about the old gent: Various remedies and mixtures we hang n lighted lantern, excluding all frosted air from the interior Over The old gent had just won a for this pest are for sale, mostc of the doors we tack temporarily a piecp of burlap with a light piece of board case in justice court, when a losthem containing one or another at the bottom, which holds the curtain ' er, in a very combative frame of in place. of the .ingredients mentioned, The dam can go out for feed and the youngsters are not exposed to the chill mind, exclaimed: 'Til law you and these are frequently of val-- , winds. On sunny days these curtains up. A daily inspection or beds are fastened up and the sunshine ad to the Circuit court." J Which Was Stronger? Once upon a time the wind and the sun had a quarrel. The wind said he was stronger than j ! Special Fjstulo, Poll-evi- l, i Atlnetin 10 hes ; . . . the sun because he could make ships sail, but. the sun said: "Oh, no, I am the stronger, I can make plants grow." Tbey wished to prove which was the stronger and they saw a man coming along 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 RES1EEICE. ON BURKSYILLE STREET. i - the road. "See that man?" said the wind, "I can blow his coat off?" Joseph Q H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- "I bet you can't," said the sun. off Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : I "But I can make him take his coat." Jamstown, A Kentucky Splendid So the wind blew as hard as he and bedding and all crevices and locations aoout tne premises is the best 'method to use. A yig OroUS co'-.rse i I MlirJjS-,i'- cw. PODLTltV UOUSn Ai' GOEl::.UUM 1'OULr TRY fARM. HELTSVUVLE, MD mi. .iiii ii - ww t2l w.i iii immmmm Ij i .1. , ! mitted. Dry nesting material adds greatly to the health of the dam and the thrift of the early litters and is worth while giving. - Campaign should, in the considerable amount of grain dropped upon the ground which could not bo a week or so at the out- utilized other than by poultry This of i i THE GRADING OF SHEEP. - .fft side, result in the extermination loss of this very obnoxious and em-b- r. rassing pest. In the case of rooms containing books, or where liquid appli-cations are inadvisable, a thorough fumigation with brimstone is an effective means of destruction. The method is as follows: Place in the center of the room a dish containing about four ounces of brimstone, within a larger vessel, so that the possible overflowing of the burning mass may not injure the carpet or set iire to the floor. After removing from the room all such metallic surfaces as might be affectw ed by the fumes, close every ap- - oeooeooseoeaoeooeoooosoooo H'he time is at baud when x erure, even the keyholes. and! 2 young tipple trees must be proo owner will find se fire to the brimstone. When o tectedhe or the provided a very exhas o that e fo.ir or five hours have elapsed o pensive winter feed for the rab8 bits. S tho room may be entered and the tiooosteo9iisa830oete909oa Windows raised far a thorough v grain in most cases would be a total to the average farmer unless eatei, by the fowls Oh mobt farms milk is available for feeding. Its value as an egg producer is not exceeded by any other one fe-in existence Chaff from the barn loft containing many feeds that are readily consumed by poultry, can be used as a bed or litter in the poultry house in stead of being wasted It is essential fo successful poultrj raising to know at all times the ages of your fowls. This can be readily done by toe punching chicks as soon as hatched, which will obviate the kill ing of the young hens' and pullets be fore their days of usefulness are over To do this use a small harness punch. perforate the outside web of the right foot between the toes, and the follow ing year punch on the inside web of the right foot The ago of the flock can thus be told year by year. As soon as the hen starts to mult after the second laying season it i advisable to market her. as in molting she will produce very few egirs, and by keeping her through this period, winch lasts about ninety days, there is little to gain, and often the fowls die during this time. ' ! j i I Breeders and Feeders Should Be Separated In Winter Quarters. make the best gains, sheep, when To Drought iuto winter quarters, should be separated into several different flocks. The breeding ewes should be kept separate from the lambs, rams and the feeding flock. Weak, thin ewes should be separately yarded so that they may get their share of the feed. Rams should be kept in lots of ample size so as to allow them plenty cured me, " writess S. F. Fish, Brook Which do you of exercise lyn, Mich. For sale by Paull Drug C0 By taking these precautions and reg Ad stronger? ularly providing the flocks with suita ble feed and an abundance of fresh water and by sheltering them in clean, success in well ventilated nuarter sheep husbandry is assured, according Birdseve view ot our Plant to Frank Kleinheiuz. shepherd of the Wisconsin experiment station flocks. The choice of feed depends to a large extent upon the condition in which the breeding flocks enter winter quarters could but the man only said: "It! I'll be thar. grows cold,'' and held his coat Loser And I'll law you to the closer together. Supreme court. He did Then the sun tried. 'Til be thar." not make any noise, but shone 'Til law you to 'ell!" hotter and hotter until the man "My attorney Ml be thar." said, "My, tut it is getting hot," and took off his coat as quickly Chronic Constipation Cured. as possible. years ago I had the worst "Five "See what I did," said the case of chronic constipation I ever I am stronger than you." knew of, and Chamberlain's Tablets sun. Old Gent Clubbing Bargain We. Offer The Adair News And County The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One i think was the i Year For Only Subscription, nuy new b . I or renewal What The Weekly Enquirer Is It is per year, and it i3ul every Thursday. 5s to-da- y. SuUcrijtfJoB pries one of the beat how a MSt roDolitan weeklies o It basal UtewW ties of the great DAILY ENQUIRE for ofctafa-in- g the World's events, awl for thatacwa ean give you all the lei 1 ng news. It carries gMa araountof valuable f&rm matter, erispt edtttthbt maikot reports. It ae ami reliable merous departments make a necessity t ?ery home, farm or business ma Tnis grand o&er is limited awl we atfcriMT-take advantage by subscribing for the as we right now. Call Or mail seders far. THE ADAIR COUNTY t som-binati- on V;-There are several breeds of sheep which run naturally to good size Take the Shropshlres, the Hanip-shlrethe Oxfords, the Llncolns. the Cotswolds or the Cheviots, all of which are Inclined to grow to good size, and one will make no mistake in feeding and breeding for meat. These sheep all produce lambs freely, and the lambs are as thrifty and fast to grow as are the old sheep, soon coming to marketable hize. Most of these sheep, too. may be classed as twin bearing, another point in their favor. The illustration shows a Cheviot wether s, s ss - fife v o., "Largest in Dixie" '1 2W. airing' An Ideal Woman's Laxative. Who wants to take salts or castor oil. when uhere is nothing better than Dr King's Xew Life Pills for all bowel troubles. They act gently and nat-nly on the stomach and liver, stim-ulai- e m CUTTING SILAGE CROPS. w. i. tiusnes & Sons Incorporated -- r fl G. P. SMYTHE for and regulate your bo.wels and tone up the entire system. Price 23c. Paull Drug Co. II. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. Ad Many of the Democratic aspipost-offi- ce rants for the Lexington want a primary election to settle the contest. Unless this is agreed to by Congressman Can-triMose Kaufman will be appointed. ll The complete overthrow of the Federal forces a Ojinaga has resulted in 4,300 Mexicans crossing the border into Texas where they are held by United , States troops together with their and cannons. am-mjnition Great Deal Depends Upon Choosing of Proper Time. ' Corn and various sorghum crops will most generally be used for silage crops Corn should be cut for the silo when the "rain has begun to harden. There should still be a sufficient amount of green material in the plant to make it pack solidly in the silo. It is oftentimes very difficult to harvest a crop In this ideal condition. The use of water in filling Is almost a necessity where dried out com is placed in the silo The exact amount necessary cannot be stated in positive Enough water must be added terms so that the material will pack solidly and pass through the necessary fer mentation. The most satisfactory way to apply this water is by directing n stream into the blower. The Krtffir aud sorghum should be allowed '.o become well matured likewise in order to make ideal silage These crops as a rule remain green much later in the season, and the period in which they can be properly placed In the silo is longer than it Is with corn. It is especially Important that the sweet sorghum be allowed to reach full maturity before being placed In the silo. These crops have shown themselves to be very valuable as silage crops. These crops sometimes become frosted by an unseasonable frost It is then necessary to place them in the silo at once whatever the stage of maturity. If left In the field nfter the leaves have been frosted a, considerable portion of the finer parts will dry up and be lost A Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, I FJREZINSURANCE and REALIESTA7E Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN If in good flesh and having access to good roughage, such as clover, millet, alfalfa hay and roots or corn silage, the sheep are in a thin, weak condition no time should be lost in supplying hardly any grain is necessary, but if them with hearty grain rations. Otherwise results at lambing time will be disappointing Pure water should be supplied the flock at all times, and salt should be kept where the sheep may have ready access to it Successful flockmasters consider it a serious mistake to pro vide their sheep with salt but occasionally, for under these conditions they are apt to eat too much, which oftentimes causes excessive drinking of water and a derangement of the digestive organs. Raising Hogs Cheaply. In raising hogs cheaply it is necessary to begin with the sows. They must be fed well in order to produce a good litter of strong, vigorous pigs. Oats are a splendid feed. They are a well balanced food. Corn is not suitable. It is too fattening Also provide Exercise Is plenty of pure water necessary This mu be provided by feeding tbe oats om a feeding floor, scattering it thinly. It Is not necessary to grind xbe oats.--' HOOFING Also Elwood and American Fence. 3S3BEIXKK33SC3333cgeCSuS s gS2Bg v sr-- 5 ne!A&- - 1 'CiS I iB4 3H 3 I 51 j- - - Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized 'iv Alston. t ;y,;. iby: "vs did noi Tk Cht. I imU'nnrbftttiAnf F.lforr: "liters' Printed. and ' ko lievr rnrx." made ma p-t'-v- " A 55sw ?. a "l was sun 7k," .:! k ornrnjiplv l;ifl .mifi 'i 1 r3ado ',. 3f Him. f is my iu ' Vj.fv. AT". It 11. -- M.id ivpr-- nnrl dr fee.' PRICE 55CTS. 1 I AS- -. DRl-C- STORES.! Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 1 CO- - 12-- 1 IGjEaat Matket Street, BctwecnfcPirstiand Brooh Louisville, Ky. - sK.il ,- keep on hands a full stcck of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Evidence Phone 29, office Phone 9S. 45-- 1 J. F. Triptett, yr Colombia, Ky Ad I THEiADAIR COUNTY NEWS HUSBAND RESCUED THE Purdy. i FACING THE CAMERA. Christmas i3 over and we feel that we have had our share in this community. Our school closed on Xmas. Eve with a nice entertainment and Xmas. tree After Four Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. in addition, which caused many Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave At last, my husband-go- t me a bottle of hearts to throb with emotions of I comUp in Despair. Husband Cardui, the woman's tonic, and FOR joy and gladness. Mr. Joe Den1913 menced taking it. From the very first Came to Rescue. ton was the only one to receive dose, I could tell it was helping me. I , a live present He was surpriscan now walk two miles without its BiGGER THAN EVER ed with a nice Hoot Owl, and beCatron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly sides being thankful that things from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock THE REGULAR PRICE OF writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try are no worse than they are. we Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped years, with womanly troubles, and during THE LOUISVILLE TIME; are thankful for many things reup for a Httle more than a million women, in its 50 this time, I could only sit ceived in the past year. This while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should A YEAR. writing reminds me of an occur!S surely help you, too. Your druggist has & tf arm and j DESPAIRING WIFE LOUISjVjIjLLi TIMES arden RAISING i Its Effect Upon a Man Who Didnt Take Things Seriously. Writing on "Familiar Incidents" in the American Magazine, Stephen k describes his experiences having his photograph taken. The following Lea-coc- Is an extract: WINTER LAYERS. BRIGHTER.-BETTER- all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. $5.00 sold Cardui for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recomment relieved me for a while, butl was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Ladies Write to: Chattanooga soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Meiicina Co.. Special Tenn., for book. "Home Instructions on your case and that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Treatment for Woraen," sent in plain wrapper. The doctor was called in, and his treat- If YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDH TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNT! NEWS AND Mi. Pleasant. ' I Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Curry, of Careful Study of Breeds Essential to Success. In order to raise winter layers one must know something about the char acteristics of the different breeds, the laying periods of which vary, savs a ,. r. ,., ;utiraiiuuucui ui iuu VUuuii viuunti' man. Some begin laying in five months, others in six, seven or eight months. When the egg laying characteristics of a particular breed of fowl are known it is easy to raise wintet layers. In the writer's experience with White Plymouth Hocks the time between hatching and the laying of the first egg has varied fioni live months and four days to seven months and thirteen ence once in which a man fell days. Pullets usually lay a small from a very high building on the number of eggs at first about fifteen rest a pavement and dying instantly, or twenty-th- en which theyfew daysto or a lay begin week, after again and continue for three or four scarcely missing some parties mouths or more without stopping. standing near by. When he fell, By regulating the hatching of chicks according to these laying characteris another party not far away rush- tics and by giving them proper care a good supply of fresh and ing to the scene, and realizing eggs attention had during the winter may be i "The photographer rolled a machine Into the middle of the room and crawled into it from behind. "He was only in It a second just time enough for one look at me and then he was out again, tearing at the cotton sheet and the window panes vrlth a looked stick, apparently frantic fo5 i!gDt ,and ..!. -- . .. i air ' l . ' ; Cane Valley, spent last Friday Everybody in this time. neighbor--1 night with her sister, Mrs. R. A ! ! the man's condition as being dead, said "Thank God it isnoi worse i.j UieUJ tc.i L --- :''' . ; , ,, Then he crawled back into the ma- chine again and drew a little black cloth over himself. This time he was very quiet in there. I knew that ha was praying, and I kept still. "When the photographer came out a- last he looked very grave and shoofc his head. " 'The face is quite wrong,' he said. "'I know,' I answered quietly. 'I have always known it.' "He sighed. " 'I think,' he said, 'the face would be s better full.' " Tm sure it would, I said enthusiastically, for I was glad to find that the man had such a human side to So would yours. In fact.' 1 him. continued, 'how many faces one see3 that are apparently hard, narrow, limited, but the minute you get them full they get wide, large, almost boundless In' "But the photographer had ceased to listen. He came oyer and took my head in his hands and twisted it sideways. I thought hoeaQt k'ss me y and I closed my eyes." three-quarterthree-quarters s,- hood hasvery bad colds at this Hutchison. :u Ji : is . ,i auu une ci ui. Master Frank Callison has en- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hood, Amanda tered the Graded School at Coand Nettie Butler spent last Sun- lumbia. day with Mr. and Mrs. James Owen Cundiff entered the L. W. T. S. last week. Hood. I i I L0U1SV1L1 IVIES BOTH ONE YEAR Tinnie Cundiff spent a few Claud Cundiff and Miss Bettie Lee Butler spent last Sunday with days of last week with Willie OR ONLY Thomas in Taylor county. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickett. Mrs. Claud Callison spent a The party given to the young THE LOUISVILLE TIMES few days with her mother, Mr?? people at Mr. Will Cundiff's last Brack Massey, at Columbia. the best afternoon paper prinWednesday nights was success. Misses Zella East. Bettie Lee ted anywhere. Every body reported a good time. g Ed BuUer gpent ,agt Has the best corps of corr.v Mr. Robert Cundiff is visiting Wednesday night with Miss Rena Cundiff. his relatives and friends here. pondents. t , $4.50. the bystanders wanted to know' how in the thunder, it could be any worse than it is as the man was dead as a hammer, and the thankful man ju3t remarked that he could have fallen on one of them and then there would have been two dead instead of one things could be a great deal worse sometimes than they are. We, in this school district feel very thankful to the BEST riPE OF HOUSE FOB S1XTEK iAY- EKS. Educational board of the county months. A brief description of the raisin winter lay-writer's and especially our Chairman for ers may method be helpful. twenHem are used for incubating thr a brand new school-houseggs. Provided a hen wants to set any ty by thirty with nice bell.and time after the middle of February she is put in a warm and protected place house conveniently located on For prospective winter layers it is well county road and furnished with to hatch the chicks as early as March and April. With hens to brood the good blackboard, patent seats chicks and with a sunny exposure an3 protection from cold winds, they need and desks. little more attention in early than So you see c Resolution. To think we are able is almost to ba so. To determine upon attainment la frequently attainment Itself. Thua earnest resolution frasToften seemed $& have about it a savor of omnlpotence.-amue- l Smiles, ' No One to Stop Him. Thackeray used to enjoy telling of one experience he had in Xew York. Wishing to see a specimen of the red shirted Bowery boy and volunteer fireman of that period, of whom he had heard so much, both before and after his arrival in this country, he wended his way to that thoroughfare and soon saw one of the species seated on a hydrant. Approaching him. he politely ,vVT,v1 '" said: i " "Please, sir, I want to go to Brook-Ivn." ..n3iv ' "Well." answered the Bowery boy. "why the don't you go?" From Wilson's "Thackeray In America." -w e Both Legs Shaky. I Mr. Cook Jones, our merchant, Mr. J. C. Cunningham, from Covers the Kentucky field Russell Springs, and Mr. W. D. has closed out his entire stock of Cunningham, of near Dunnville, goods and moved to Columbia. fectly. A were visiting at R. A. Hutchi- , Chamberlain's Cough Remedy son s the latter part of last week, remedy has no superior for Mr. Ray Page and family spent This coughs and colds. It is pleasant to last Satuiday night and Sunday take. It contains no opium or other with Mr. and Mrs. Claud Calli narcotic It alwaS cures. For sale .! i J son. by Paull Drug Co. Ad The Daily I ip And The mm ir A I touniv & New: Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-xo- w Wilson for the Presi- - dencv. The campaign is on and if you want sub- - to keep in touch with all the parties throughout 'the United States scribe.for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii County News both for S4.50 per year Gome to the office or mail in your subscription. -. railway mail service was compelled aa head of his department to suspend an agent on account of a missing pack- age that contained S3.000. No suspicion attached to the agent, but he was laid off pending an investigation. The Covers the general news 8e" package was found and the agent rein stated. completely. 1T A few days after he was back on his later hatching. old run the locomotive left the rails Has the best and fullest nm No wet food is given young chicks iin and ran into a corn field, dragging part We feel very grateful to Miss HI Hior firA fnnr tr firr wpp!;b nlrl Tim mail car was Eva Murrell, who has taught US ' mother hen is cooped, but the chicks of i'ao train with it The who had been . kets reports. uprm-nedand the agent are allowed free grass range. They a good school, for her services are fed regularly five times a day until siixpnded was pulled out His leg was ' ken. He was sent to a hospital. DEMOCRATIC in polttice K. they ale about two months old. after in oeHnrr lilt rUcf-viuere he remained for seven weeks. UliJbl lb IClIUtiCU 111 UQJIOVIU that for two months or so four times t-- On his recovery he sent in his resignafair to everybody. in getting up a pie supper by day, and from that time on three time? tion It was framed and still hangs a day until winter is over The young 1m office of the former official. which we obtained near $14 chicks are kept free of vermin by Thisthe a copy: is SEND YOUR SUBSCkIF Bim'o methods, the perches and roos-In"Please accept my resignation on it which has enabled us to buy an places are carefully watched for of this ! am tired of holding a chicken mites, and any Indication a1" f ' where I nearlv had one foot in the awful nice chart. Encyclopedia, sickness is at once investigated HON RIGHT AWAY ; "intentiary ai.J the other in the some toy money and some little After the chicks are three montti' rave." Chicago Record-Heralold they are fed a wet mash in tr morning and a grain mixture consist- story books. ' '; Kino Coffee's Flight. Ing of two parts of whole or cracked DENTAL OFP'ICE The author of "Reminiscenes of OxComparing this with our .little corn antl one art e:lch of wneat antl ford" lingers loving';. over the memory oats for the remaining meals. The of his schoolfellow Tom Faussett. box house 18 by 22 ft., inconven- - mash is composed of four parts by w'-- died too early to redeem the measure of bran and one each of "jmise of his youth. lie was the inosc situated with two or three tilings, coinnieal and mixed grains. Oc-- , V funous punster in the college. His .DENTIST , , , casionally one measure of meat meal I v.as the quatr.-iueuunea aau buiae puiicucuiis uun added to the mash to furnish animal Fngland laugh. l in Punch at which all when, in the Aslmnii IS'KXTITOJPOSTJIOFITICE the stituting our seating capacity protein, though ordermeat meal is kept ' war King foffee f'iileriUi tied fron? hi.-In hoppcm in that the young burning capital Columbia, Ky. mav learn to balance their we feel that we are on a kind of chickens Coonissie'.s lonn ernt to dust, own ration. Since chickens possess inTh" kini escape i he ItErf PHOXE 2D. oriacis phonb So now retna'n a boom in educational line3. dividual tastes, it is better to let rhem Of what wa balance their ration to suit themselves Miss Dora Eubank, of Colum- -' ue In"sn 5s usually wet down with Maintairurio His Argument. the wastes from the table. Oyster shell .j !JU- -. . . iizy One night .t in Lflndea. bia, Was visiting the family Of, and grit are always kept before the when Coke was present Fox. in allufowls in hoppers. v. v. ' i. n t: J. D. Eubank during Xmas., and A dry scratching pen. fre from sion to something that had been said, lighted, is provided for tn.ule a very disparaging remark about and well her solo and recitations at our draftsren o' fowls This is practically government powder Adam, attorney each . , viw ..w vI. .. n indispensable fo- - winter liters in cold cvneral to the Prince of Wales, who entertainment were highly 'ap- or remoderate climates. Grain thrown in hoard it. considered it a personal fection and sent Fox a challenge. At J .. r. r preciated. '!;". the litter will keep the fowls busy for ' ' ,r Ui" .n ' . j hours. Exercise is very important for the time appointed Fox went out and took his station, standing full face to We understand that Mrs. J. E. fowls that are kept to produce esgs' his adversary- - Fitzgerald pointed out during the winter months. Plenty of to him that he ought to stand sidez y c?s i a tV Burton is no better at this writ- fresh water is also essential for laying ways. "What does it matter?" proi ?$ fr 4 .: ft fe l? R r hens. Fifty fowls cared for in this tested Fox. 'I am as thick one way as ing. manner during the past four or five the other!" The signal to fire was giv. ' ': i v. C U. : i years have given a fairly uniform sup- en Adam fired, but Fox did not. His Mr. Henry Hadley, who has ply of winter eggs. As a rale the fifty seconds, greatly excited, told him that fowls have consisted of from sixteen to he must Ore be I do!" said been quite ill, is some better no .v. ' twenty pullets, about the same nnmber Fox. "I have "I'llquarrel."if Whereupon no hens and a few of the two adversaries advanced to shake Careful records show that hands. "Adam." said Fox complacen-Jy- . For Frost Dites and Chapped Skin the pullets during the winter months "you'd have killed me If it hadn't lay aout four times as many eggs as bcn for the badness of government For frost bitten ears, fingers and the hens. For profitable winter egg ." I will dril wells in Adair and toes: chapped hands and lips,chilblains production it is advisable to have as A Bright Bird. adjoining counties. See me be- cold sores, red and rough skins, there many vigorous pullets as possible.about With pullets numbering only The cuckoo is more likely to steai is nothing to equeal Bucklen's Arnica of the fifty fowls, the pro- ll' nest than to make it. but this fact fore contracting. Latest duction of the writer's flock during the' does not take from the point of the fol- the- - pain Salve. Stopsat once and nhef- fnnr ir'ntora roforrUTirr tliu machinery of all kinds. heals quickly. Iu every home there, months as Decembaer. January and lowing pun. quoted from Short Stories: A yoang Englishman, being asked at Pump Repairing Done. Give should be a box haudy all the time.! February, has been as follows: dinner whether he would have some per bird's nest pudding, said, Best remedy for all skin diseases, itch- - ' Wlntw of 1907-8- . 1.032-ave-1908-9- . turning to me a Call. 1,339 month. 344: winter of ing eczema, tetter, piles, etc. 25c- .-. arerae per month U(i. winter of his hostess. "Ah. yes bird's nest pd-3in- g and what kind of a bird riiAy . Paull'Drug Co. Bucklen & Co. j 1D09-11,258 average per month, 419; hvi made It?" age e 1910-1per Philadelphia or St. Louis. "Oh, it was the cook who made It," Ad I month, 448. 'vag her Drompt reobr. , $ I j j former official of the United States j I , ! wwol o i re-i"- j d. , Br. James Triplet! o mid-ientl- y n I f ' 1 1 s : ee As!i-a!M- ee ! P.r'-oks- '. - ., .1 -- f1'' "- -, . . s ! -- , . ?j 1 - V-i- one-yeai,-o- ld twe-year-old- s. WELL DRILLER pov-Ier- im-yrov- one-thir- d ed rage J. C. YATES ' H'.-H- 0. 1, 1,345-aver- 8 Gradyville. v V THE:AD AIRr COUNTYgNE WS v Ozark. Obituary. dry weather certainly got a move on our farmers last week. The We are having the coldest scarcity of corn,' hay and other On Thursday, January, the 8th, The weather has been 1914, th death angel visited the thingsin proportion will get us weather of the season. for the past week. all up and doing while the sun That the readers of the Adair County A light resembling a blaze of home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mr. W. B. Patteson. of qsines. The tobacco beds that fire was seen by several persons Cheatham and claimed for its News are always interested in the H. was in our midst last Friday. wereburned and sowed last week in this neighborhood last Monday victim their sweet little baby aged-onB. & W. Store, the glad news of our Our free school closed last Fri- in this community are almost inmonth. It was oh so hard evening about sundown. Your gigantic day. Miss Mary Mann returned numerable. Our farmers are first saw it. It to give the precious little darling to her home at Edmonton. turning the soil, and we will was not higher than the tree up. It was the idol of the home Ed and U. N. Whit-fioe- k take the liberty to say, right here Messrs. tops, and appeared to fall to the and father and mother's joy. Classy Papers at half price and Less will .put in several day3 of last if the season will admit, there ground near me, while others It was sick only a short time, its arouse the House-keeper- s' keenest in week, on the tobacco market, in will not be the demand for corn who were a mile from where I death being caused by its parents .Louisville. terest. We offer 125,000 Rolls of Wall here next spring, as there are was. said it appeared to fall giving it a different medicine Messrs. Nell and Nell have at this time. Paper at matchlessly low prices. Samfrom what they intended to. near them. ibeen prizing tobacco for the past This made it so much harder for ples are at your disposal for the asking. On the 15th of this month, Mr. Sid Bailey and daughter, ew days, preparatory for the gathered quite a number of Mr. them to bear to think they made If you need Wall paper for the Spring, Miss Nannie, of Craycraf t, spent ' tLouisville market. the mistake, when if they had and Mrs. S. A. Harper's friends Our Advice is Buy it Now last Monday very pleasantly only had known it they would Messrs. Jas. Diddle and W. E. and relatives in honor of Mr: with Mrs. T."" J. Bryant and not have given And congratulate yourself later on the it to it for the Wunter made a business trip to Harper's seventieth anniversary. daughters. Fine Purchase you have made. world, but weep not father and Greensburg one day last week. The day was very pleasantly Virgil Conover and brother, mother, for its littie form is restR. L. Caldwell, of Milltown spent by every one present, and RUGS community, was here one day wishing him many more birth- sons of Mr. Talbott Conover, ing in Heaven, a bright and shinAre greatly Reduced in price and if you came in from Indiana, last week, ing star, there to shine forever-mordays like the one just past. 5ast week looking after cattle. are in Louisville do not forget the and conveyed their father home and his sweet little baby J. H. Smith spent a few days Absher. with them. They live at Terre hands are beckoning to father "Mecca" of Bargains, the f last week, on the cattle mar-ke- t, Haute, Ind. and mother to come and join him House of in Louisville. Miss Audra Dillingham visited Mrs. R. B. Reeves is sufliering around God's eternal throne Miss Creel Nell, of Columbia, her Uncle, J. B. Cave, last FriHubbuch Bros., & Weilendorff where there is no sickness and with rheumatism this week. --spent a few days of last week day. dying nor sad good-byeMr. Fred Troutman is quite with her many friends in our Miss Incorporated God needed one more star to Judelle Robertson spent sick with mumps and fever. city. shine in heaven and thus tne tiny last week with her brother near 522 and 524 West Market St. Messrs. Pendleton and Bailey, Cane Valley. Mr. Nathan Murrell, of Cray-craf- t, flower was plucked from this Greensburg, received a nice of dark and sinful world, and placis quite sick. Mr. W. H. Cave made a buslot of hogs on our market, one ed a shining cherub in heaven. iness trip to Campbellsville last Mrs. Callie Bryant and Miss jday last week at the market Remember Jesus has said suffer Friday. Etta Bryant visited at Mr. David little children to come unto me price. Miss Fannie Cave visited her Bryant's last Friday. Mr. Robert 0. Keltner, with and forbid them not for of such cousins at this place from Friday .several other, citizens of our com- Mr. June Montgomery, who is the kingdom of heaven, and until Sunday. jminity, had business with the there is one sweet consolation has been sick is better. Messrs. Robt. Earles and Ed HB Byou can have that you can meet PT : Board 'of Supervisors, at Colum- P9b Irr:-- s b i The mumps scare has crippled &jeb?jrinfllfeE, Wethington were at Mr. W. P. W bia, last week. your precious darling in Heaven. & w mmmwrna t s?' HBBW UCw our schools, but there has only Dillinghams last week. x He can not come back to you, ;.J BM8a A. Diddle spent a few days J. i? Mr. Winfrey Beard, of the L. been one case. We hope' they but he is watching and waiting ! of last week at Greensburg, look- , j.. s. W. T. S., visited his parents will not get scattered for you to enter the pearly gates "jn,g after lumber. iii t from Friday until Sunday. T?7 ifill and join him, an unbroken band Messrs. Baker and Morrison, FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN e Dingo. Misses Bertha and Audra Dilforeyermore. Oh it is so hard to ..of Columbia, have recently movAll Pictures of Kentucky's Governors ftScFv lingham were the pleasant guests From the foundation of thft State to the preient see his little form laid to rest in ed their saw mill from Green time The only complete coUcctioa in existence Mrs. Manda J. McClister, wid- cold earth and see his little baby Pictures of all PrcsideatJC? the -- "lilted State, from Washcounty, and located it near this of Mi3s Annie Sharp last ington to Wi'sort. huxr.s of all Idt'ons in colore. lhcery Conshowing Co.i-s- . tcwn.rlroat-'sow of the late John W. McClis- hands in death's cold embrace latest Kentucky-Ma- p Iace, on the farm of D. C. is. I ul and gressional districts, etc. Latest Kentucky C completemapofthe United States. Fulland conn leternapoi the tLc political Wheeler, where they have a .Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Knifley ter. and Mr. I. G. Williams, of but just look to Jesus he can Historical Kentucky i'a! world. In theAll Suue Odiculs.of thesketch iagivenpresent -uaic. State to c'.c sttiticsfrom the foundition epartnieat- All and children are visiting rela- this place, were married last heal your broken hearts put your Itind-'JcExecutive iarge amount of hickory timber each with Departm-nt- a of the State Govern-'- n onous Department and the fori e with their salaries- tives here. They will leave in a Thursday. They will reside on trust in Him, and he will comfort : t 0 saw. Kentucky Boards and Courts wuh their staff w ith.orhcers and salaries. Political Committees and Organizations of the Mr. William's farm near here. you in your deep sorrow. He is ..nt.icy v.r ei State. Kentucky Un.ted States Senators, Mr. Arvest Hill and wife are short time for Illinois. House. jontrv,oiu Speakers of the sjfg wj Senatorial Districts. tfT&S r Districts. Itailroad Comrai.:cn Mr. R. B. White visited relaRev. James Campbell is very one that is with you, your com-- ' spending a few days with relam Kentucky, when sudc an from what Counties. Couatus of ,& tives here last Saturday night sick at this writing. He is at f orter and guide in this the dark-- ! AH cf tha Vital Statistics cf Kentucky. at Rowena, this week. tives MS m This uninue and valuable Atlas is free RSS 3 and Sunday. the home of his sister, Mrs. Mel-vi- n est hour of your lives. There is Mr. Elmer Keen, one of our 1ST to all Evening Post subscribers. - If not ji fo'- a luL now a subscriber, send $3.00 Petty, and it is feared that a reaper whose name is Death, Mr. and Mrs. Garlin Weather-for- d .efficient merchants, has been on sa r w vcars subscription, or and he gathers the golden sheaves spent last Sunday with Mr. he he is taking pneumonia. fe? ; i iHontns subscription by mau ifae sick list for a few days. from this dark world and transderttanc. tlicsa iclsz r C5 rsc'j fT '. YSs3US'i ' vg acacol J, and no t Mr. Selby Royse, of this place, er Mr. E. G. Wethington, of Co- and Mrs. Abner Brockman. 'J7irJxf plants them in that brighter OUR SPECIAL C05I3ELnCE OFFER: Mr. Coy Brockman and sister, and Miss Anna Shively, of Rugf . $m lumbia, spent a few days here 3.00 Ooily Ereninj Poii. eta 7ai? world there to live forevermore. 31.50 I i-$ i Kentucky Go7srcr- - Wall Chcrl last week, receiving spokes. We Miss Becca, were at Mr. W. P. by, were married last Tuesday. . w It is so hard to see the precious 31 w The Adair County Sews &m They will reside on Mr. Royse's .are glad to note that the timber Dillingham's, Saturday. $:;.oQ & &WW AU Three of these for l little ones taken away so young, is deal better grade thanj Mr. Joe H. Morris and family farm near here. but it is God's will not ours and have moved to their farm near Mr. he expected in this section. "" ir J. JB. Willcut was in Co- let us say God's will be done not linn " Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill en- Cane Valley. lumbia last Monday prospecting. ours. tertained quite a number of our Mr. E. S. Rice, of near Cane Mr. Willcut has made his home He will be missed oh so much society people in honor of Misses Valley, visited at Mr. G. C. Rus- in Missouri for anunberof years, not only by father and mother Knight, Rowe and Winfrey, of sell's last Saturday night and but has sold his property there but by many relatives and friends the L W. T. S. school, of Colum- Sunday. and so if he can find a desirable who regretted so much to give bia. The evening was delightMisses Eula and Bertha Mar- place in Columbia he may locate him up. The home is made lonefully spent. tin entertained a number of their there. s ly by his departure, a gloom be Rev. G. R. Abrell. The prayers We are glad to note that Mr. friends last Saturday night. All of the readers of this paper are The pump at the singletree fac- ing cast around the place, it be- requested by the broken hearted Edward Diddle, who had a long report a nice time. tory here gave way last week ing the only child it will be miss- father and mother in this one spell of typhoid fever, has about Messrs. R I. Humphress and and so the machinery had to ed Oh! so much. But dear fath- trying hour of their lives. Then and will be ready for J. C. Bryant were visitors at recovered shut down until a new pump can er and mother live to meet little sadly we say: school again in a short time. Mr. Wm. A. Humphress a few James Wickley, where death nev- A precious one from us is gone; be ordered and installed. still, nights ago. Our old frier d, Charlie Sparks, er enters for we know he is at A A voice we loved is the home; place is vacant in The death angel visited the n the mail contractor, rest in Jesus. The sunshine, life Whijh never can be tilled. home of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and joy of the home Mt. Pleasant. of this part of the county, is open I keep constantly on hands a nice line is gone, but But why do we mourn for departed Garmon, who for the past two sooner or of Caskets and Coffiins. and Men and ones; . no-?to give employment to any later you can join him. Ladies Robes, also a nice Ilurse. LoOr quake at death's alarm or three years, have been making know your sorrow of the boys, who are eligible for Editor News: I seems almost Tis but the voice that Jesus sends: cation over Cumberland Grocers Co., Phone 52 A Columbia. Ky. Uncle Sam's business. Don't all On the 19th day of Dec, their their home at Highland Park, impossible to bear, bub cast your To call them to his arms and claimed for his trophy cares on loving Jesus until 'speak at once. lifes Oh! we pray to meet our darling J. B. Jones. closed one of the'most successful their little son, Sammie H. Gar- hard toils are done sweetly For a lonff sad sweet embrace, then Where the little feet are waiting Mr. John Viers, who has been schools ever taught in the "Mt. mon. He was born January 9, go home to Glory home sweet And we see his loving face located for the past year or so Pleasant District,'' in the know- 1913, and died December 14, 1913, home, where your darling has We miss thee, yes we miss thee 3 .over in Indiana, is with us for a ledge of the writer. It was at the early age of eleven months gone. All was done that loving At morning, noon and night, taught by a young lady of lov :5hort time, on a visit. Jamestown ? Ky. , and five days.. He was a bright; hands and physicians could do to We miss thee here and every where, able disposition and talent one Thy sunny face so bright. The scare of mad dogs have and lovable little child and was" relieve his suffering but to no dearly loved not only by all her thy silvery prattle THIS UOTEL IS OPEN TO THE abated to nme extent in this the idol of the Garmon home. avail. Dear father and mother We miss evening hours have come, When pupils, but by the parentage as traveling public. The table is supplisection. We are glad that no were brought back well. I have reference to Miss The remains and many other other relatives And long for thy dear presence ed with the best the market affords To cheer our lonely home. )ne was bitten, and we are glad Mattie Garnett, and want to say here for burial in the Antioch and friends mourn his loss. Cozy rooms and close attention paid to Written by a friend. .again that the scare has decreas- through your columns to the cemetery near Sparkesville. I guests. Fare very leasonable. The little form was laid to rest Brittle jgebb, ed the number largely, and it trusteed Mr. S.' C. Hood, that he would say to the bereaved ones in the family burying ground Good feed barn attached. flne-frtnlxxjr uitujiuin, TTtt . would be good if there was just made a wise and efficient selec- weep not, for Jesus said: Suffer f-amid the tears and sobs of many Chamberlain's Cough. Remedy. .about as many more out of the tion, and I would be gldd to see little children to come unto me, jftor Rent. gathered to bid farewell This remedy has no superior for who had him give her an "unqualified in way. coughs and .colds. It is pleasant to and forbid them not, for of such to the precious darling. The funA good farm. Call on me orVrite take. It contains no opium or other dorsement" by securing her ser me at Denmark, Ky. is the kingdom of heaven." The few days of sunshine and vices for the ensuing year. narcotic. It always cures. For sale eral services' were conducted by J. H. Payne. t, by Paull Drug-Co- . WE KNOW WALL PAPER SALE e ndent co-respo- -- CARPETS and e, s. -- : "Pt " -- P-i E-- A I fe Alrt BS i mwnmmmimm Si j-- Km . nu . s: cle-ic- al Slftl VS-- s t j In Ke-itr.c- y -- iB p !ca i.-- p -:i . throue-cm- -- - $& " 1 fe " - "' IJDESTAKEJ?. teJfc well-know- -- ? . Holt Hotel v ? -- j-, Ad - i