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Only a few years ago it was learned that a kind of worm called the hook worm was prevalent in our Southern States. Very little was known about it, but scientists began the investigation of it with the result that the disease was not only in what is called the Crop keport. . Weddings. As Is customary, the cropreport for Last Wednesday afternoon, at the November is delayed for a few days, Presbyterian Church, four games of basket ball played in Miss Lola Cliff, who was Campbellsville, so that the farmers may get a very Columbia, two in the Lindsey-Wilso- n there was a notable event when Miss Princeton, returned the called to Mrs. Elizabeth E. Murrell Crosses gymnasium and two good idea of the yield 'of their corn middle of in the Graded Katherine Chandler, daughter of Mr. last week. crop. This is necessary in the case of School gymnasium. The games played Over to be With Loved Ones and Mrs. Hugh Chandler, and Mr. Mr. Jake Red ford was tobacco also There will be no more James Durrett were at the Lindsey-Wilso- n were .between here Monmarried. The day. crop reports until May 1, 1915. On the Other Side. the girl's team of that institution and ceremony was impressively said by Dr. t the girl's team of Campbellsville; the Southern States, but that Kentucky The yield of corn is estimated to be A. G. Link. The attendants were Mr. J. F. Montgomery was in Jamesboy's team of Campbellsville and the was very much infected. 25 bushels per acre. This is 4 bushels Mrs. R. T. Caskey, matron of honor: town all last week, looking after his HER PA5SINGMAKES THE WdRLD POORER boy's team of the Lindsey-WilsoThe great millionaire, Rockefeller, per acre more than last year, and 5.6 Miss Hattie Blakeman, of Nashville, business in the special term of circuit The girl's game was called first and it became interested in our State, and more than 1912. The yield of Burley maid of honor; Misses Ruth Lyon and court. Last Thursday rncrning at about 2 was interesting from start to finish, donated a large sum of money to as- tobacco is estimated at 954 pounds per Margaret Kerr, bridesmaids. Mr. Mr. Ezra Moore, Jamestown, was o'clock, the spirit of Mrs. Elizabeth E terminating in a victory for the L. sist in the eradication of hook worm acre, as against an estimate of 655 Turner Cloyd was best man and Messrs. in Adair county last week, talking fertilMurrell took its flight for the Celestial W. T. S. girls, the score standing 4 from our fair State. A commission pounds per acre last year. However, R T. Caskey, Jas. Cox, Dr. Frank was formed called the "Rockefeller more or loss tobacco is damaged in Buckner, Martin Wood, and William izers. City beyond the skies, in the sixty-fourt- h to 3. This game was followed by the male Commission," in order that the work quality as the result of excessive rain Callison groomsmen. Mr. Dan Curd spent Sunday year of her age. in Coteams and their game was not so in- might be done in a proper way, and during the early part of October. The She was a daughter of Judge John lumbia. Thisweekjhe is calling on D. and Martha Mourning, and was born teresting. The Campbellsville boys that commission required that before damage is estimated at 17 per cent. At high noon, same day, Miss Brow- merchants out in the county. and reared three miles east of Co- evidently did not come up to their ex- any money from the Rockefeller fund For the same reason dark tobacco is nie Leachman, a young lady n Mr. E. M. LeCompte, representing-thin Columbia, was married in lumbia. At the age of twelve years pectation, as the contest closed forty-fiv- e could be used in any county, theFiscal estimated to be damaged at 13 per n Pickett Tobacco to one in favor of the Lindsey-Wilso- Court of the county must supplement cent., with a yield of 840 pounds per the Methodist Church, Greensburg, to she made a profession of her faith in uuuse, Liouisviiie,5was in Adair last it by an appropriation o f enough acre, as against 503 pounds per acre Mr. Leonard Walton, of Glasgow. The week, soliciting, tobacco. Christ, united with the Methodist There is no Perfect order prevailed during both money to pay some of the expenses of last year. church was artistically decorated and better Church and lived a consecrated Chrishouse. the campaign that was to be made in The area of wheat sown has increas- the ceremony beautifully said. Many tian until the hour of her death. She games. Mr. O. C. Pace was here from LebTile Campbellsville girls were chapo-rono- d the county. Dr. J. S. Locke, of was from" the time of her conversion ed over last year's acreage by 3 per guests from a distance witnessed the anon a few days ago. by Miss Adaline Caldwell. one of the State Sanitary cent. The wheat acreage is estimated union. active i n Sunday-Schowork and Dr. W. R. Grissom has very much when quite a young woman became At the Graded School gymnasium Inspectors, came down here, after I at 95 per cent.; rye at 92 percent.; barthere was some exciting playing and had been directed to make a prelimi- ley at 94 per cent. There is more late improved, and it is thought he prominent in conducting the affairs of House Burned. will the Church. She was a liberal giver, much interest manifested, The first nary campaign in the county. That sown wheat than usual, and efforts be out in a short time. and was better satisfied when engaged game was between girls of the Junior preliminaijy campaign showed that were abandoned to get some fields Dr. Jas. Menzies has returned from Last Thursday night the large y in affairs pertaining to her Master's and Senior classes and it lesulted in a many people in the county were in- sown. The conditions of these fall residence, recently built and Metcalfe county. While in that terby hook worm, and other in-- ( crops is estimated tie, four and four. fected business. at 91 per cent. Blue The warm game was between James- testinal parasites. Dr. Locke went Grass shows a condition of 91 per cent., owned by Mr. J. D. Eubank, and ritory he visited a number of points. On February H), 1S67, she was united in marriage to Milton J. Murrell, a town boys and the school team. It before the Fiscal Court, and urged orchard grass 93 per cent., alfalfa 92 which was located between Purdy aud Mr. C. S. Harris, hisjdaughter, Miss Watson, this county, was consumed Lizzie, and Miss Well godly man, and to them eight children was exciting from the beginning, and that an appropriation be made to as- per cent., and clover 84 per cent. Hindraan spent by lire, together with all its contents. were born, seven of whom survive her, when time was up they had tied, 29 sist m paying the expenses of the The farmers and live stock owners several days of last week in Louisville. one died hi infancy. Her husband and 29. After a few minutes rest they campaign that he proposed to make. ere in very good position so far as feed The origin of the fire has not reached Mr. Geo Epperson,who lives her-tpreceded the grave eight years came together to untie and after play- The court, after sleeping one night, is concerned for the winter. Fodders this office. The dwelling and contents Roy, this county, and whojspent at two ago. The living children are: E. C. ing for some time one of the school and praying over it, passed an ordeu are not of extra good quality, nor is were insured for thirteen hundred dol- weeks in Louisville, returned a few lars. It is reported here that Mr. Euboys threw a field goal, making two appropriating $150.00 for the purpose "Murrell, who lives in New Mexico; Mrs, days ago. the corn crop a very sound one. How- bank and family occupied, This amount was supplemented by $50 ever, there are always at Mattie Vance, who resides in Florida. points, and the contest closed. enough animals the rooms in the second story. night, Mrs. Mary S. Biggs Sand Master There was not a jar during the two by Dr. Locke himself. Dr. Locke to consume These two could not be at her bedside, the unsound crop without Leighton Smythe have just Returned games. went ahead and made arrangements a great deal of risk, but the remainder, Judge T. A. MurA Notable Wedding. from Lebanon, where they have been for the campaign at a cost of quite a would be fairly good and conditions rell, of Lebanon; Dr. C. M. Murrell, under ordinary The Gift Problem is easily solved at number of dollars, and went home to visiting the family of George R. Burks,, of Illinois: Dr J. N. Murrell, Columcircumstances. However, the outthe past week. get ready to go to work. But the court break of foot aud M. M. Murrell, Monticello; Murray Ball's, The Jeweler. bia; Rev. Last Sunday morning the parlors af mouth disease in had another prayerful night, as well some fifteen states, including Ken- the Hancock and Mrs. S. T. Hughes, ef Bliss, this Mr. L. E. Schramm, a large Clcak Hotel were filled with . THE BRIDE as hearing from the people, "the great tucky, county, were with her until the end has necessitated a Federal and town's people to witness the marriage Manufacturer, of Cleveland, Ohio: a common people" and when they met State quarantine. came. of Eld. W. K. Azbill, spent The Federal au of Mrs. Sallie Walker to Mr. James S. the next day, the order of the day be- thorities have quarantined against novious. Tiie groom (By Washington Irvin She was sick only one week, her afthree days of last week at the home of is seventy-on- e fore was reconsidered and recended, fliction being complicated. the entire State of Kentucky, and it years old and the bride eighty-six- . It Mr. J. T. Page. and the case was left as it was before. is a very serious handicap for our farm- was the third venture for The greater portion of Mrs. Mur-rell'- s I know of no sight more charming the bride Mr. C. R. Cabell, of Miami, was life was spent out of town, but and touching than that of a young and But Dr. Locke, to show that he was ers and live stock owners The State and the second for the groom. The here last Friday. acting in good faith, came back and quarantine affects $or the last twelve years she resided in at present only two ceremony was impressively said by the Mr. timid bride, in her robe of virgin white, began the campaign on his own re- counties, viz : J. E. Lane, Glasgow, was here Columbia with the exception of three led trimbling to the altar. and Henry. The bride's pastor, Eld. Z T. Williams. sponsibility. He brought two young price of hay Bullitt last Friday. years which she spent in New Mexico has advanced very materi- Soon after the ceremony the couple When I thus behold a lovely girl in men ,,' with him skilled in microscopy, ally. Live stock, with her daughter, Mrs Vance, and fonrlnrnncc1 rf lini idn ro fnivnlrimr woald other left to visit relatives of the groom in Mr. D Wilson, representing a ferr, 1u"""t-1- " , '. TO" and went to work. They examined wise be shipped to that . other relatives. market to fill the Marion county. They will return to tilizing company, was here the lattec Liie nuuse oi ner muiei, anu name oi She was the same consecrated wom- her childhood and, with the inplicit specimens from 1,500 people, including cooleas of a packing house, is held ou Columbia th9 latter part of this week, parr, of last week. an abroad that she was known to be confidence and the self abandonment, the 250 that I had gathered up, with the farms in a fattened condition. having engaged rooms at the Hancock at lwme regular to attend upon all which belong to women, giving up all the following result nook worms 456, Winter will soon be upon us, and un- Hotel. In starting on their tour they Mr. W. A. Cook, of Esto, was here last Friday and Saturday visiting round worms 909, stomach worms 184, less the United States government the ordinances of the Church. re were loiio wed by showers of rice and the world for the man of her choice; and dwarf tape worms 37 In revivals she was a constant work- when I hear her, in the good old lanleases within the next few weeks some old shoes. er among the unconverted, and many guage of the ritual, yielding herself to This result was a revelation to me of the fattened bnllocks aud swine for Mr. L. C. Shaw, Fish and Game persons have been led to the altar him "for better, for worse, for riches, I knew we had hook worms among us, points without the State intended foe Nice line of clothing at greatly re- Warden of Frankfort, has been in through her entreaties and prayers. the county for several days. for poorer, in sickness and in health, but I had no idea that the disease was immediate slaughter a considerable duced prices at W. L. Walkers. The funeral services were held at to love, honor and obey, tilldeath us so At least one half of loss is going to occur. Misses Amanda Butler, Rose Ilunn the Methodist Church Thursday after- do part" it brings to mind the beauti- all the people of the county are sick The State authorities are much enPostponed. and Mr. Alex Chewning spent a pleasnoon at 2 o'clock, and notwithstand- ful and affecting devotion of Ruth: and don't know it. Quite a number couraged in the fight ant day with Mr. Rollin!JCundiff Suning it was a very disagreeable day, the "Whither thou goeth I will go, and of the county, however, took advan- outbreak. No new to control this cases have deOn account of the extreme cold day. church was with relatives where thou lodgeth I will lodge; thy tage of Dr. Locke's liberal offer, to ex- veloped withing the.last three or four weather which would not admit of Mr. W. M. Vance, of and sympathizing friends. Her pastor, reople shall be my people, and thy God amine them, furnish the medicine, days Jacksonville, Farmers and live stock owners the completion of Rev. J. S. Chandler, officiated, and in my God." the concrete in Fla., is visiting his frelatives in Cotreat them, and cure them, altogether, should with the county aumost touching words he paid a high Could there be a better description absolutely free of charge. In the cam- thorities in enforcing the quarantine front of the Baptist church and steps lumbia and in the vicinity of town. leading into the main auditorium, tribute to the life and character of of the young bride of this morn than paign which we made, we met with wherever one is Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Coffey left for ordered during this dedication of the building has the deceased. At the conclusion, the this? the been Louisville much opposition One man took his dangerous period. last Sunday afternoon, the indefinitely postponed. Done by orlody was conveyed to the city cemechildren out of the school house, and X J. W. Newman, latter to consult a specialist. der of the Church. tery and there deposltpd by the side of would not let them hear the disCommissioner of Agriculture Walker Bayant, Clerk Dr. C. M. Russell returned from her husband, the mound being covered Get i'osted. Read Murry Ball'sad-vertiseme- cussion. I suppose he did not want with beautiful lowers. Louisville Friday night. He left his his children's worms interfered with. Bead the advertisement of Kelsey & ,' every week. To the. children, we would say, thy wife in an infirmarj-- , but she is rapid At one appointment many of the chil- Hudson in News. The postponing of the dedication ly recovering, ana will be able to remother left j ou a priceless heritage. Dr. J. C. McCreary. who was a prom- dren were kept away, and not permitStrive to enter in at the straight gate, Mr S. W. Beck has retired from will not interfere with the ordination turn home in about two weeks. inent physician, goes to the peniten- ted to hear. Many of the people howand when life's work is over you will tiary from Barren county on a seduc- ever, received the containers joyfully, the grocery business in this town, hav- of Rev. C. Turner. Mr. J. E. Snow, Russell Springs, see and know her in that Land where and we made clean sweeps of many of ing sold his interest in the store of tion charge. The crime makes his MonciceKo basket ball team against was in Columbia a few days since. there is no sjckness nor pain, but punishment from ten to twelve years. the school districts. Flowers & Beck to Mr. Nat Walker, the Columbia Graded School boys in He intimated that he might trade for where happiness reigns supreme. The victim was an orphan whom the The campaign is still on, but the who is now in charge. Mr. Beck is a the gymnosium Thursday ninght. a small farm, close to this place. He doctor had been given from one of the people will have to pay for the med- good groceryman, and will go to Camp- Montioello has an extra good team is a fine citizen, and our people would, For Sale. homes in Louisville. At the time the icine used in the treatment. Other- bellsville to engage in the same busi- and our boys will have to do some close be glad if he would come among theraw crime was committed Dr. McCreary wise it is free. I have thousands of ness. Mr Walker is a young man with playing to defeat it. Come out, Dr and Mrs. R I. Blakeman, of Inlived in Cave City. At present his containers on hand, and will furnish many friends who will be glad to pat- every body and enjoy the contest dianapolis, Bronze Turkeys. arrived last Wednesday them to any Wanting them, and send ronize him, and with Mr. Ray Flowers Friday night Monticello will meet the family is in Louisville. Mrs. Rollin Hurt. night for a week or ten day's stay them off for inspection, and furnish we predict the new firm will get its Lindsej Wilson boys in the latter's with Dr. BJakeman's mother, Mrs. five year old son of Mr. and the treatment when returned. This share of the local trade. Joseph, a gymnasium. These games promise to Mary J. Blakeman, and uncle, Mr. The Ladies' Aid Society will enteranybody, or every is a good be of unusual interest, and large crowds j jas. T. Page. Their son and daughter tain the members of Hie Presbyterian Mrs. Mont Montgomery, Lebanon, body in chance forto have himself excounty For Sale. the died last Thursday night. lie was a should witness same. Church Tuesday, New 24th, at the will arrive some trme this week. Alhome of Mrs. George Stults. Every victim of croup. Mr. Larue Mont- amined and treated for this annoying so Dr. L. F. Page and family, who redisease. The cost for the medicine There will be two basket ban games side in same city. member is asked to bring or send a gomery, the grandfather of the child, A horse, fifteen hands and Mr. and Mrs. Nolin Montgomery will be but little. at the Lindsey-Wilso- n Friday night. Thank offering. The hours will be high. U. L. Taylor. Besides the meet of the School team attended the funeral. Joseph was said j from 2 to 4. Roy Reynolds, Garlin, Ky. We have received three valuable against Monticello, a team made up to have been a bright little boy and it i books, all illustrated, from different of girls of the Normal Department The very thing a Kodak. Fou Sale: a good 3 year old Jersey was hard to give him up. Judge II. C. Baker has a timely ar- will play a team of the Training departments at Frankfort. We take 4 tf. Murray Ball, The Jeweler. cow. j. f. Neat. it that we are indebted to Attorney paper on the road School department. The girls are ticle in in General Garnett for them and Tom Melson, who lives on Melson if we question. It should be read and duly While good road articles are being studied by every tax payer in Adair high spirits and a lively game is promJ are right in naming the donor, he will Ridge, charged with creating much lsed. Cold wave struck us last Thursday discurbance in his neighborhood, was submitted to the reader of Adair county. No one can give the article please accept Snr thanks. afternoon and during the night the tried before Judge Herriford one day county, would it not be a good idea to thought without concluding that the mercury d ropped to six above. Thurs last week. .The jury gave him a fine discuss the building of about seven writer is right on the proposition. He j In talking with a gentleman of Any body in need of glasses will do day night and early Friday morning of 2o.OO. He was also required to miles of pike, to connect with the also suggests a public meeting at the Green county, about the killing of well to call on Dr. Alper at once as he Geo. Al Edwards, he said: "I' was give a S500 peace bond which he failed pike leading from Greensburg to this court-hous- e is going to leave by the end of this were as pinching as auy day last Monday, December 7th, not in Greensburg when the killing week. Will be found at Dr. Page place. to make, and went to jail. in the afternoon, to discuss the very occurred, but from all I have heard, and Taylor's Drug Store. important question. the officers were justifiable. They- ev: Mr. Heck Bryant, who was about Thanksgiving services at the PresIn last week's paper we stated that idently believed that their lives were Born, to the wife of RufusKimbleri years old, died on Sulphur A letter from Rev. Edgar W. Bar-J. H. Dice, deceased, was the father-in-la- byterian Church, the sermon to be fifty-fivin danger, and shot to protect Craycraft, last Saturday night, twins-- a preached by Eld. Z. T. Williams. All several days ago. He was a victim of nett, pastor of the Baptist church, of Olie Conover That was a boy and girl. mistake, He was a grandfather of the business houses in town will ob- pulmonary trouble and was sick many Fredonia, Ky., renewing his serve the custom of closing from eleven years. states that he had the misSit. Conover. The United Brethren church is There will o'clock in the forenson to 1 p. m. fortune to get an arm broken several en Thursday be an entertainment giv The frame is up aud the evening Dec3, under W. R. Myers & Son purchased a new weeks ago, his horse having kicked The father of E. A. McFarland, j the auspices of the Ladies Aid Socie- - weatherboarding started. Robert Peterson, son of the Jailerl automobile about ten days ago. It is him. His friends here will be glad to Denmark, Russell county, died in the asylum at Lakeland last Sunday night of Taylor county, was run over by a ra beauty, one. of the best of makes. learn that he has about recovered ty of the Christian Church. Some of Dr. W. D. Powell, of Louisville, i the best talent in town from the dif His remains will be shipped home for heavy loaded wagon, near Hatcher, It is being used between Columbia from the accident. ferent churches will assist in rhft en. will ordain Rev. Chesterfield Turner last Saturday. At first it was thought and Campbellsville. interment. at t Church next Sunday. Mr. Lude Lowe, of Green countytertainment- - Tne PgrW will he could not recover, but at this writnext eek stating the place. Do not fail to attend the basket ing it is believed he will get all right. Mr. A- D. Patteson, last'j P was. reThe roof of the court-hous- e There will be a Thanksgiving en' week, with a twist of tobacco thirty- ball games at the Graded School build-rn- g paired last week, four or five sauares tertainment at Coaover school house and at the Lindsey-WilsoThursRead tne advertisement of Murray 0f new metal being put on. It had two years old. Mr. Patteson dished i Backbones, spareribs and sausage p. m., of Nov., 26. been on the market for several on the day acd Friday nights, this week . it out to his friends about town aud it Ball in trus weens paper. begun to leak in places. days. was very much enjoyed. Snow fell here last Thursday. n. well-knowwell-known. Bar-boursvil- le, ol -- Personals. e two-stor- o I 4-t- f. son-m-la- w 7''""': ! wide-sprea- well-fille- d m nt 4-t- f. to-day- 's J Full-bloode- d 3-- -- two-year-ol- d 4-- 3t to-day'- s 4-- 2t - e w sub-sciiptio- n, pro-gressi- nf. the-Baptis- ted n, J e s je5v $..' -- S!N .$ rS - X t At the Old Stand. THE ADAIR OOUNTY NEWS The Great Canal. Dr. McCormacK Sued. Old Booze, the Magicians. 0 Old booze, the magician, does Every boy and girl should out the. directions of the know these facts about the great wonderful things; he'll change Sepublican party, seceding from the regular organization, was recent Legislature, Attorney Gen- est canal ever built the Panama the condition of paupers and kings. ' Some flagons of wh'sky singing "Onward, Christian So- eral Garnett today filed suit in canal, now completed. ldiers!" and battling for the Lord the State Fiscal Court against Time required to go through concealed in his frame, the cripple grows frisky, forgets that Dr. J. N. McCormack, a secre- the canal, from 10 to 12 hours. at Armageddon. of the tary of the State Board of Health This year Freight will be charged $1.20 he's lame; the beggars are riding on beautiful steeds, the man Progressive Republicans who to recover $18,379.48, which it is a ton, passengers are free. does desperate deeds. followed Mr. Roosevelt in 1912 alleged, was spent without the The canal will save 8,000 miles The husband and father who's have returned to the Republican authority of the law. between New York and San kind to his wife kicks up a huge Dr. McCormack lives at Bow- Francisco. ranks. pother, inaugurates strife; and The Republican party to which ling Green, and theretore could New York is brought 5,000 then in the morning he coughs ihey have returned is not a re- be interviewed in regarad to the miles nearer Valparaiso and the up his fine, and gets a grim generated Republican party. It suit. west coast of South America. warning to cut out wine. The The different items that make Is the old reactionary Republican seaports are Our Atlantic man who for mildness is famed party which thejT repudiated two up the total amount sued for are miles nearer Australia far and near is driven to wild-neyears ago. It is the Republican $2,406.88 which is alleged to The distance to the Philippine by schooners of beer; with party of Penrose and Cannon have been spent up to February, islands is not reduced materially. shot gun or hatchet we see him and Gallinger and Brandegee and 1895, and $8,621, which is alBulk products, like wheat lum- cavort, and doesn't he catch it Ebenezer.J. Hill, whose leader- leged to have been spent from ship in 1912 was the justification 1895 to 1906. There are items ber, minerals, wool, hides and when dragged into court! The of the Progressive secession. amounting to $5,740.60 and $2,- - wines will get lower freight thoughtful provider whose kids Even in Pennsylvania, which 100, which is alleged to have rates through the canal from the were well fed, now lays in hard cider instead of The Mr. Roosevelt carried in 1912 in been spent for employing attor- Pacific ports. Eastern machinery, textiles, man who was straighter than any which he made his most energet- neys without warrant of law. ic campaign against Republican . Two items of $500 which, it is manufactures, and finished pro- strings look poured gin in his corruption in 1914, Penrose. is alleged, went to Dr. McCormack, ducts will enjoy cheaper rates to crater and now he's a crook. The man who was natty, and groomto the Senate by a plu- and $700, which is alleged to Pacific ports. rality of staggering proportions, have been divided equally beStaple products of the South, ed like a beau, is ragged and ratand Penrose owes this victory to tween Dr. J. M. Matthews, Wil- cotton, iron, coal, lumber and ty, an emblem of woe. One held voters who were frenzied and fa- liam Bailey, J. A. Sherley, Ches- ship supplies will have similar the truth higher than any town; natical in their support of Mr. ter Mayer, W. A. Quinn, G W. advantages to the Orient and booze made him a liar, and battered him down. Old Booze, with Gaufman and G. T. Fuller. Most and Pacific ports. ' Boosevelt two years ago. The significant thing of this of these items of expense it is Immigration will be deflected his chalic, doth miracles work; election is not that the Progress- claimed will not be recovered in large numbers from New he ruins the palace, dismantles the kirk. Industrial regions he ives have returned to the Repub- even if they were due, because York to Pacific ports. turns vto a void, increases the lelican party, but that they have they have been barred by the The cost of operating the careturned to the same kind of Re- five years' statue of limitation. nal will exceed $4,000,000 annu- gions of starved unemployed. The depths and the shallows of All of the items were rehash- ally. publican party that they left in trouble he brings, he leads to the 1912. There is not a drop of ed many times during the recent To pay interest on the investgallows the victim who swings; Brogressive blood in its veins. session of the Legislature and ment and operating expenses he smuggles the coppers of men JUL its triumphs in Tuesday's have been published in the approximately $15,000,000 revwho are blind, persuading the many times. elections were triumphs of politenue per annum will be needed. paupers he's friendly and kind. ical reaction. It stands A bitter fight has been waged Traffic experts estimate that And always he's jolly, and blithefor everything it stood for in on Dr. McCormack by members for the first few years the aver- ly he cries: "Join me in my fo1912, when the Progressives re- of the medical profession, and tonnage will be pudiated it as the sum total of while it was said during the leg- age annual llyfools only are wise." tons, not enough at the iniquity; yet its gains in this islative session that much of the to make the canal election are all due to the return money may have been expened $1.20 rate Mouse in Harness. of the Progressive voters to its without authority of law, still The rates charged vessels are ranks, and every Progressive all of it was expended for what David Hutton, a native of who voted the Republican ticket the Board of Health thought was the same as those at Suez. Dunfermline, Scotland, had the The Government will monopo- credit of being the first person Tuesday voted squarely for the for the public good and therethings against which he revolted fore it is doubtful it it is recov- lize the business of supplying to harness a mouse and make ln4912 New York World erable, even if it is found that coal and provisions and operat- the tiny creature a money-makin- g ing repair facilities. Dr. McCormack is in fault. factor. His death, however Don't Delay Treating your Cough wharves, prevented him from carrying out Great seri-u& slight cough often becomes warehouses, repair shops and his experiments on a large scale. Declare War on Colds. Lungs get congested, Bronchial to cost $29,000,-00A crusade of education which aims other facilities Though Mr. Hutton proved Tubes till with mucous. Your vitality are under construction. "that common colds'may; become un5s reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine common within the next generation" The Interstate Commerce com- that an ordinary mouse would Tar Honey. It soothes your irrated has been begun by prominent Xew mission has jurisdiction over ca- average a run of ten and a half In 1912 more than half of the Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 16. -F- ollowing Special Notice three-quarte- rs law-bidi- ng All Persons Who Are Behind 4,-0- 00 One Year on our Subscript ss tion Books rye-brea- d. Will have to Come off, Under Te-elect- ed the Law, if not Paid at once The Government Will Not carry Papers in thc. pa-pe- rs to-da- y I Mail for Parties who Owe 10,-000,0- 00 self-supporti- ng. J More than one Year .. -- r o) -- . - , foi&rM POST OFFICE "rrrVrrTlTTJE . cme- - - A i-E dry-dock- s, s, 0, The best known materials the labor gears from ever getting out o line and of master workmen the aid of the most causing hard pulling. of sewing thread for jaore than ingenious modern machinery have been "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with employed to make the Thornhill wagon. long sleeve malleable a year. The wheels are made with excessive skeins that insure light running, and outThis thread mill was so con- care. For the spokes the manufacturers last any other skein. Each skein is use the finest hickory machine driven fitted to its axle with a Defiance mastructed that the mouse was able to insure the right dish. The hubs are chine infallibly accurate. This machine to twist twine and reeljfrom 100 of oak," thoroughly seasoned and banded insures the right pitch and tuck, makes light draft a certainty. with double refined sable iron. need them?" to 200 threads a day, Sundays Forest green in a fashionable The axles are of toughest hickory-- fc The bolsters are of the best white oak. tucky has almost become a thing "Yes, and that ends the transaction. the steel axles of the best refined steel botcolor. New York World, The doctor keeps "telling me to come not excepted. To perform this They have an iron plate at top and The sides of "Thornhill" beds are tom, riveted through and through mulbe- again." LouisJrtya Courier-Journaof the past, tobacco having task it had to run ten and a half tiplying their strength. made of poplar. It costs the makers Full tunic frocks with wide come the predominating crop on Her Coaxing Way. The "Thornhill" has a malleable front more but it holds paint better and gives miles a day which it did with She Oh. sweet hubby, be so goo A hip girdles are all the rage, both land which was formerly used hound plate that is braced tq the hounds better: service. ts to make me a present of 100 marks. perfect ease every other day. Come in and see this wagon sold at all points. This is an exclusive :or girls and women. for hemp culture. Boyle county He Well. If yon need them you may "Thornhill? feature. It prevents the under a binding guarantee. have them. She Oh, how nice! Now Some of the new jackets are formerly had a hemp acreage you need to give me only 300 marks more for my tailor's bill! Fliegende TIC 1 Tonight. made with belts showing in five times as great as it is this Blatter Tonight if you feel dull and stupid frontbut mdden at the back. year. There are not more than Flower and Weed Test. or bilious and constipated, take a dose How to OREENSBURG, KENTUCKY ratine, plaided or striped 300 acres of hemp in the county, weeds: Pulltell theupflowers from tho of Chamberlain's Tabletts and you Silk by the roots. U them 1,200 acres of to- they are flowers that will be the last of will feel all right toworrow. For sale Bggjavw'ieni u. w-.,5s" used for charming girdles and while there are t." 'em: If weeds, only the beginning. bacco. Jmaii.a' I Ad. "inlnco Npws b Paull Drug Co. Srimmingst at-Paunon-breakabl- e? and York physicians. Here is a list of the nal traffic. which the; doctors jsay will zaafces your system resist Colds. Give "don'ts the Baby and the Children Dr. Bell's prevent the annual visitation of the An Active Liver Means Health. doc; 2?ineTar Honey. It's guaranteed to If you want good health, a clear com Don't sit in a draughty car." lieJp them. Only 25c at Paull Drug plexion and freedom from Dizziness. 'Don't sleep innhot rooms." Constipation, Biliousness. Headaches Co. Ad. "Don't avoid the fresh air." "Don'tstuff yourself at meal time. and Indigestion, take Dr. King's New Satin and chiffon is a favorite Overeating reduces your resistance." Life Pills. They drive out fermented To which we would add when you and undigested foods, clear the Blood combination for the dark-colo- rtake a cold get rid of it as quickly as and cure Constipation. Only 25c Ad. ed blouse. Drug Co. possible. To accomplish that you will find Chamberlain's 'Cough Remedy Marabou and ostrich are fremost excellent. Sold by Paull Drug His Kick. "Why don't you go to the doctor with quently combined in the new Co. Ad. that cold?" neckpieces. "Can't afford it." "You buy n pair of shoes when you The hemp crop in Central Ken- air passages, ioosens mucous miles a day, he had one mouse which ran 18 miles in that time. of oatmeal was sufficient for its food for during which time it ran half-pennywor- A th 35-day- s, 361 miles. He kept two mice constantly engaged in the making This is the "ThoniMfP Wagon"-tf- ae Wagon that Must Make Good l. Sold By wvuujvro :, ll . EI j rLr.rt-.jimK.i- su "ZmSiai-ame- m . 1 Azi i. t A KZ .V THE AOAlR COUrJTI! NEWS 3 "YTT" Ak! & .'What All About? x Is It ' A Second Jno D.TisSaid Ttie e FREE MT FREE' i -- ?. -f - Ifito." k the whole world gone stark mad over a very foolish and trivial question? Are swords rattling, cannon rumbling, mailed armour glistening because Russia wanted to show her love for the little brother Servia ? Tear aside the curtain of Europe's politics and . see "t-.,- . 5"1 . rfjfjrmtj arjrj t TIT AS m- .StS rfs5ssaH .? He TTM N ji .'yy J 11 S 5' jbp' Wysv:ifer:g .djeirix SA?WWl3talmxy &aXSRSS6a r& jNE'irXismm 4?riWr W TfVlk XrvZf?-o-VJ'SXt!fi- wj 'ai'i Lr ri -&:CTJlUl2X&N!'&'i.?t3PTCi f vary ! AsJl.UiAa5&iUJi. sm&mmmmwmmmi. CTtSiTK.'V. VKaezivtss.swssas.TS? AazyssKaaU? k li&ttto&iL&tZirXZCXM rrf -- Claude Pemberton, of Elizabeth town, Ky., is congratulating the Cavalry kind of horses at his congenial quarters i n Hardin county. crap Booi Spoiled the Water. The late U:. Meikle of Crieff Hydr. is the aero of many stories, none better known Uiun that of his desire fe Induce hi :niests to adopt his owe "remperarice" principles. He becama aware 0 the practice indulged in by some patrons of the Hydro of concealing certain cor s dials in their and of shaviny bed-roomg M. V JS &n35ar & wt wot 1r. :x. lEaafeSrSSfflfnn T3J? .r rafi?i yvrrDSC(& & iysL'iiv mM.T.ca vj'Kga.ii;r j: vs : s 'SM V . iT7y;r.vvi ." ji r sfZ&Ai.) hm.iv kv,v t .TUS&vTd -- h.MKuv irv-.iw.j- iu ir 'A&wjkC'Pj tia V. lt.i.k ? 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Read in these entrancing nntres how Russia has for vears craftilv been trvine- to escane from her darkness year-roun.1 he personal reminiscences of Baron de Me'neval, for thirteen years private secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, bring out, as no history can, many enlightening and i:. tuwing side lights on the character of that greatest of leaders. De Meneval's descriptions have the piquancy :...d interest possible only because he was an actual eye-- u rrcss of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. Yheir reliability and historical interest can be judged by :" f.c: that the very conservative French Academy r..'o!iHy recommends them. Three carloads were successfully shipped by this merry merchant last week and others are to follow in cavalry-lik- e and conJks$J$M watpr at hefi-tinuous consecution. to (iiQYKM time wuerebF jo vf&Ufx ys93 enjoy furtive Mr. Pemberton probably does rums of toddy. Meeting a servmore real "hoss" business than ant in a corridce any dealer in the State, yet the one night, wht j was staggering long horn laity little realizes the under a heav;-traI) a.,sli of hot wamammoth magnitude of his comter jugs. Dr. "SOAP wos't injRT Meikle asked her mercial contracts, due probably IT." where she wai. e to the absence of noisy going with these things. She renlief that she was taking shaving water tc narration that follows in the the gentlemen. "Come here," said thn doctor, leading the to a bathroom. wake of less progressive survey- The maid followed way fear and trem in znwrm 'r lea I air-lik- ors. No horse has a value too high for him to buy, nor reputation to ,. " ' .'FECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS , SfSR- -l KKf &Vf, 7 s7 to Sct a d open port, with its economic freedom. 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Clear the way! to cater to the congenerous conCharles Mackay. noisseurs, and, while you little His Queer Request. Cyril Maude tells the following storf know it, has accumulated a bulgabout hi old friend. Y. S. Penley: ing bank roll in the form of Penley was stopping at a country house in Urittany. farms, finances and futures that France, and the ( icEC&S w morning after his even bald pated John D. with all arrival, tindhis no in his oiiy unction would consider looking gla.ssrang his room, Standard. Farmers Home Jour- the bell. "Apnor-te- bling. The doctor pulled out a pen knife and. taking a hunk of soap, cut it into small pieces, which he dropped Into the jugs, with the caustic remark: "Soap won't hurt it. It's shaving wtv ter. you know." The curses that ensued in several bedrooms are uuknowz. but it is assured that, if known, be unprintable. Toronto Glob the?-Woul- d -- tA-- rt z moi un cbe-val.- " ST'"6?' fte r0"00 i - nal. WORKED he said to wmp.Ccharfes.,eOjOn,J',-C0a!l. y ;elther Tbe Review c: Revie-.ir- Co., 30 Irving PL, N.Y. more. oonrai above to af For a set of this luxurious btndinr. chanre I 5 months, or send J5.00 easn in full. j,,, d " the maid who HIS WEAK POINTS. an- Adair Countv News, Columbia, Kentucky. Mr. Apo Had No Memory, but Lots of were shopping at Russell Springs Constipation ML e MMk All Drusi!ists Saturday. The Democratic Corn-be- st Outlook. Is to be dreaded. It lends to ser! ous ailments. Fever. Indigestion, l'i. lea, Sick Hecdachc. Poisoned Svstem d a scoro ol other troubles follow, Don t let Constipation last. Keep your Kidneys, Liver and Bowel s neaitny and active. Kid your stem of fermented, gassy food. Nothing better than TTS7"-., . JQ m tsr.. ii x--ti " I H m Misses Myrt and Luella ' were guests of Misses Etta and Lula Bryant, last Tuesday. Mrs. R. S. Bailey and daught TM sj-- " i Bt& m m ! NewLifeP OzarK. o"a 9iH er, Miss Nannie, visited Mrs. T. ' i SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK S 25 cents J. Bryant and daughters, Wed Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Roy were nsa nesday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kent ant, Sunday. Bry- Wheat sowing was finished in Mr. R. A. Montgomery is pur- this community last week. large acreage was sown. A chasing the shares in the farm owned by Mrs. Meekie Mont- Mr. Tom Young and family, gomery, with whom he had lived who have been living here for for about 36 years. The deed the past tvo years, is going back was made to her and her bodily to the river to live. This is an heirs, but is she had no bodily excellent little family, and we heirs, at her death the farm was are sorry to give them up. to be equally divided among her It is reported that Mr. S. I. nearest of kin. Blair has sold his farm and will Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barger remove to Georgia Mr. and Mrs. spent Tuesday night with their Blair are good neighbors, splendaughter, Mr3. M. 0. Stephendid people in every respect, and son. They report her improving will be greatly missed. Born to the wife of John Mr. Solomon McKinley visited w'hite October the 21st, a daughter, Winfrey Frances. relatives on Cumberland river Mr. N. A. McKinley and fam- last week. ily will remove to his farm in Mr. W. J. Gabbert visited his county, about March 1st. Taylor sister in Clinton county, last slowly. . This is another splendid family, week. so we will have to give up a Omeria Jeffries moved to number of our best citizens, but Mrs. hope they may meet with suc- Columbia last week. She rented cess and happiness. her property" to Mr, Meidom - Mr. Felix McKinley and wife Scholl. In view of the political situation it becomes the Democratic leaders to walk warily. The Progressive party has disappeared, but its spirit is abroad and its influence will be felt in both parties. The passage of a number of comprehensive statutes dealing with acknowledged abuses, calls for renewed vigilance, for alert observation in order to realize in operation the benefit sought in the enactment of this legislation. Democrats believe that the government exists jfor the benefit of the people; that the peo pie should support the government and not the government the people. They believe not in the unchecked extension of legislative influence, but in the restriction of governmental activ- can develop our new laws into a ities to fields into which the un- code consistent with the necessiorganized individual may not en- ties of the people and the printer. They believe that, to para- ciples of the party, we will prophrase the epigram of the Bishop, mote prosperity, we will restore of Peterborough, it is better to moral standards, we will disbe free than to be efficient solve lawless corporations, we though they hold to the belief f will restrain cunning as well as that it is possible to be both free force, we will enlarge the activand efficient. ities of the American people and We must be prepared to check increase their rewards. On that theunnecessary intrusion of pubrecord we can afford to. go to lic officers into 'private affairs, the country two years hence and which may seem to be countecannot afford to go to it on nanced by our new system of we espionage embodied in the anti-tru- st any other record whatever. Louisville Post. measures. Curiosity and Cowardice. "Curiosity and cowardice," said the one legged veteran, "are the chief We must watch with unfalter- characteristics of all monkeys and of most men. I worked In a zoo after ing alertness the development the war. I was the beeper of the monMy biggest charge was an key of the new banking system and ape house. of a twelve-year-ol- d boy. the size and It was through his curiosity and see to it ihat decentralization cowardice that I used to manage him. "We exercised this ape in the big does not become a mockery and room every day, but when we wanted that the Aldrich bill is not, him to go back to his cage he'd climb ttp to the roof of the big room, and through juggling with these even with food you couldn't tempt him statutes, established under the down. I would go to Jack Lover and "So take him gently by the arm and direct pretense that twelve banks are his attention in a quiet, mysterious finally reduced to twelve branch- manner to the dark passage under the steam pitts. es of a centralized financial des"Lovernnd 1 every day tiptoed to the pipes. We pretended to point out potism. to each other some horrible, unknown creature in the passage, aud we'd say: This is the outlook for the next 'Look out! There he Is. There he is!' "As we held each other's arms and two years of Democratic activity bent over and peered into the darkness which must be activity in the we'd hear very soon the delicate patter of small, active feet. The ape's line of restraint and curtailments; curiosity had got the better of him. He crouched beside us. He. too, peeractivity restoring to the individ- ed into the dark passage tearfully "Then suddenly uals all of their original freedom 'Look out! He's Uover would shout. coming out: tie's coming out' And we'd scamper away and checking the aggression of In the direction of the ape's bouse. the organized interests, who as- But the ape would be ahead or us. He'd rush into his house in a perfect sume that by getting together whirlwind of excitement and terror. We'd snap individuals have fights that they Then click! he'djook very the door tc on him, and foolish, "Every day we fooled the ape in thi? did not have apart. way. He was Jong, you see, on curiosity and cowardice, but very short on If through this diligence we memory." Chicago Herald. How Hadley Proposed. The way President Arthur Twining Hadley, according to a Yale legend, asked his prospective father-in-lafor permission to marry his daughter was characteristic. At the time this gentleman, Luzon B. Morris, occupied an anomalous political position. He had recently been elected governor of Connecticut, but his claim was disputed, and the state was in a political turmoil. "Mr. Morris," was the way Mr. Hadley approached the subject of his call, "I hope that I at least may be permitted to to call you governor." Worlds Work. w swered it. The maid grinned and then, choking with Inughor. ran down to her master. "Monsieur," she cried, your TIIE VAXa t.KINED. friend who arrived hist uiunt is mad. He has nothing on but lii dressing gown, and he asko me to liriin.' him a horsel" Tke k08 ran up and asked Penley what on eartfc be wanted a "cheval" for. "Well." was Penley's reply, "we talk of s, cheval glass at home, don't we? X thought 'chei'al was the French worfi for mirror " mi She Could Lecture Them. Mr. Frederick Townsend Martin ic his book. "Thixms I Remember," tells a story of a titled lady, well known iz. English Hociety. with very decided and outspoken opinions on certain subjects. One day she was out at lunch and the conversation turned on the pleasures of life Every one present gave his or her idea of what constituted enjoyment, and. at last. Lady Henry remarked in her impressive manner. "For myself. I like dinners better tlmr nnything eNiI" "Dinners:" exclaimed he- - bot la c rone of great surprise. "Mj dear Lady Ilpnry. snrely yon are not a goaj met?" "Oh. no." drawled her lad) ship: "I like dinners bemuse I know I am certain to have a man on either side ot me who can't get awayl" A Fair Warning. "Many a man goes to war without the slightest conception of whHt It really is." said a veteran e General Robert E. Lee's army. "In ISO! I had command of a detail made up of e. dozen or two recruits that had jusl come up from the gulf states. Tift first night we were near the enemy tl managed to tind a deserted cabin and. after placing my picket out In front, we fluug ourselves down to sleep. In the middle of the night I changed the picket, selecting for duty a young fellow who had exhibited the most Irnging to exterminate the entire northern array. "About dawn I was awakened by th well known 'Ping, ping!' of bullets against the logs of the cabin and tbc expostulation voice of my picket. Going to the door. I saw that a smai? scooting party of federal soldiers had diiicovfred signs of Confederates .la the cabin and were trying to drive ua out by tiring from the opposite hill. "I turned to roy picket and gave a gesp of astonishment. The young man of the clearing while stood in the Ihe bullets whistled around him. There was no sign of fear about him, but he ?as tremendously excited. J3L had dropped his musket and was wav tag his arms, trying to attract the at tention of the enemy, and shouting ajt the top of bis voice in tones of remonstrance: "Sa-a-you fellows over yontferj in her; Don't you all be tear's folks in herei" New fork PwaC la-tens- e Speed of the Street Song. One of the curious things about the popular song is the rapidity of its dissemination among the street children. Pew of them can hear it at llrst hand at the music balls, yet long before the latest catchy tune has found its way to the barrel organs or Sunday newspaper yon will hear it rendered with amazing accuracy by tiny boys and girls. It seems to travel like rumor through an East Indian bazar. London Standard. st y, 1 - JC 3 f . it --V- THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS G0UN1K.NEWS tion of all roads in which State funds are used." Published Every Wednesday The constructing or reconBY THE structing of the roads is under Adair County News Company. the supervision of the Commissioner of public roads. ( Incorporated.) In other words, the State pur"""iHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. poses to help the counties which goes a Dtmocratic newspaper devoted to the ln- - help themselves, and, it ol the City of Columbia and the people little further and makes the Adair and adjacent counties. counties which will not help e as Entered at the Columbia themselves help 'those which are class mail matter. imbued with the spirit of road Subscription price Sl.00 per year. .Bi ADA1B SENATOR-ELEC- T BECKHAM'S IS LEAD OVER WILSON 31,841. A Post-offlc- sec-a- fl WED. NOV. 025, 1914 THE ROAD QUESTION. Editor News: Your editorial of last week in regard to the roads of the county touches upon a question of direct and personal interest to very citizen of the county. It is well that the public should understand something of the re cent legislation on the subject not only as a matter of general information, but also, because it involves the pocket book of the tax payer. The last General Assembly of the State provided for a system of public State highways, that is, roads connecting the county seats of the counties with each other as the first roads. In order to create and establish these roads, it provides for the levy and collection of a tax of five cents on every hundred dollars on all real personal franchises, and all intangible property in the State not exempt from taxation to be known as the State road tax. This tax is based upon the assessment of this year and will be paid into the State treasury next year, and subsequent years, and it is estimated that it will raise about $650,000 available for the year 1915 to the counties which take advantage of if s provisions. Adair county will pay into the fund about $1700 yearly upon its present assessment. Unless it takes advantage of the provisions of the tew, not a cent of this money will come back to it or be used on its roads, but it will be used in building up the roads of some more progressive county. Let the tax payers make a note of this tact, and give it proper consideration, for it is a fact just before us, and which we have to meet and dispose of in some way. Suppose we do nothing. Why then we will pay our five cents on each hundred dollars, and get nothing in return for it. If however, we avail ourselves of the law, we will get our money back, and more besides, and, if the matter is met in an intelligent way, we will also by degrees get good roads. The money thus paid into the Treasury to the credit of the , State the law says: "Should be apportioned among the several counties applying for State aid in the manner provided, etc.'" A county, in order to receive any part of this fund, must tax itself locally for the building of the road, or, as the law recites: "One-hal- f of the co3t of all roads built under the provisions of this act shall be paid out of the money set apart in the Treasury of the State to the credit of the State Road Fund, and not otherwise appropriated. It is the purpose of this act that and the State shall pay one-haof the cost the county one-haof all construction or reconstruc- Road-Fundlf lf Returns complete from all the counties in the State give J. C. W. Beckham a plurality of 31,841 over A. E. Willson for United States Senator (long term) and J. N. Camden a plurality over William Marshall Bullitt of 44,658 for Camden re the short term. ceived 1,192 more votes than Beckham, though Beckham led the ticket in 101 counties and building. Camden in 19. The Fiscal Court is face to Beckham received 176,605, face with the proposition. It Camden 177,797, Willson 144,758, must act or&refuse to act. In133,139, Burton Vance telligent action means better Bullitt Progressive for long term, roads for the county. Refusal George Nichols, Progressto act means better roads for ive for short term, 13,641, B. J. some other county at our expense. Robertson, Socialist, for long Which ahalljitlbe? term, 4,890, frank E. Seeds, SoAs this is afraatter which cialist, for short term, 4,770. us all. Members of the Judge-eleRollin Hurt carried Court and citizens of the county, the Third Appellate district 6,161 I suggest that a public meeting over James Denton, Republican. the Congressman Campbell Can-tribe held at thefi Court-hous- e J. first Monday in December, Councarried the Seventh district ty Court day, for an exchange of 7, 755 over L. L. Bristow, Repubviews, and2Sfor the purpose of lican. devisinglmeans to get the best Majorities in the other Conresults from the law. gressional districts were: H. C. Baker. First A. W. Barkley, 9.885. 14,-108, con-concer- 1 A A A A Lindsey-Wilso- n A Training School A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A ? Safe Place to Put Your Children ns ct ll A A A A A A A A A A A A ; Judge Miller, of the Court of Appeals, J handed down a decision last week on the shipping of liquor into dry territory. He held that'the act of 914 repeals the act of 1906. Theref ore, the Kentucky dealers are given the same right as, those living out of the State. In other words a Ken tucky dealer can ship whisky in to dry territory, provided the goods are plainly marked "whisky" or anyjother beverag to the person who ordered it, with a statement on the package for what purpose it is to be used. It seems that the law makers, upon the subject of whisky, make a mistake every time they get a bill through. 1 H. Kincheloe, 4,426, Third-- R. Y. Thomas, Jr. 1,606. Fourth Ben Johnson, 5,772 15,659. Sixth-- A. B. Rouse, 16,329, ey Etehth-HarvHelm, 3,933. Ninth W. J. Fields, 3,448. Tenth John Langley, 6,395. Second-- D. Fifth-SwagarSher- ley, A A A A A A A A The second term begins Dec. 29, 1914. New classes started in all departments at this time. The teachers class will be organized and all who wish to take this course should enter at the first. We prepare you to teach efficiently as well as to pass the examination. The dormitories are brick buildings with steam heat, electric lights, baths, water works and other modern improvements. Pupils are under personal supervision of teachers at all times, making the institution an ideal place for work. Largest enrollment in the history of the institution for the fall 'term. The teachers and pupils are cordial toward all and try to make their surroundings pleasant while here. Write and engage a room at once. COURSES OFFERED. Training School Music Normal Expression Intermediate Bookkeeping Primary Shorthand and Typewriting For further information address, new-comers -- - ArfU S -- - " v j &r - OVlQnHl i fci I JL 1 1 V J. m. I Eleventh-Cal- eb Powers, 9,793 Columbia, Kentucky. a A A A Cane Valley. 9"06"Q"fr6"Q"6"9"frQQ The passing of Judge William S. Pryor, whichoccurred at his home in Henry county, last week, removed one of Kentucky's greatest lawyers and jurist. He years old and was eighty-nin- e until six years ago was actively engaged in the practice of his profession. He served oft the Appellate bench for twenty-fou- r years. A dispatch from Frankfort, dated the 16th, says, so writes The Cane Valley band has employed Prof. Lowe, of Columbia, to give them a few lessons. Prof. Lowe is a fine musician and the boys have made no mistake in getting him. Mr. and Mr3. S. G. Banks, who have been living about one mile west of town since the war, have purchased property in town and have moved in and we are all tickled at the idea of having them so close to us. R. B. Wilson found his horse that was stolen about a month ago near Springfield last week. Buster Andersou, of color, had stolen the horse and sold him for $15 He was a young horse and All persons who purchased fruit-tree-s from Harris & Garrison will please come to town. They are being delivered on the lot back of the jail. 6"6"fr40fr$$4i Special Notice ! Greensburg, Ky. place. We are glad to have Mr. e the correspondent, that he has it from a close friend that Gen: Jas. Garnett will announce for the Democratic nomination for Governor about the first of the year. When he cuts in, this part of the state is ready to do all it can in his interest. Edmonton News: "We have heard it hinted that Atty. Gen eral Garnett would be a candidate in the August primary for the nomination for Governor of Kentucky. We are sure that the people of this county would hail his candidacy with delight." Judge Rollin Hurt's plurality over Judge Jas. Denton, in the race for Appellate Judge, is Hurt received 25,557 votes and Denton 19,396. 6,-16- 1. Mr. W. P. Walton, the well-know- n Tucker among us again. Misses Bess Cabell and Lillie Wheeler visited Miss Ethel Dunbar Saturday and Sunday. The series of meetings conducted at this place by Rev. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence Winkler closed last Sunday with 5 additions to the church, and A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick the community greatly revived. and satisfactory fence. BryMisses Rosa and Fahnie NOTE THE PRICE. ant visited atf Mrs. C. M. Baults, Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c Sunday. Corn gathering is the order of " 7 " 6 " " 26 " " " 18c Mr. Wilson values him at $150. the day and is a good crop this u " 8 " 6 " " 32 " " ' 20c Rev. Sanders, of Campbells-ville,ha- s time. " 8 " 9 " " 32 " " 18c been employed to preach Brother Huffaker, our Super" 9 " 6 " " 39 " " " 22lc at the Baptist church, and has intendent, and Dr. U. L. Taylor " 9 " 9 " " 39 ' " " 20c rented Coy Dudgeon's property, visited the Plum Point school one and has moved to it for the com- day last week, and made good Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. ing year. talks, which were appreciated by Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods Game Warden, Cash Shaw, of all present. subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as Frankfort, is here with T. I. Mrs. C. C. Edrington, of Cane to Quality and Price. Smith, and will remain till the Valley, and Miss Aurira Dillinghunting season is off. ham, of Absher, spent last Sat- A full. Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill Grover Judd, who has been urday and Sunday with their Wagons. "Satisfaction or your money back." living near Mt. Gilead, has re- sister, Mr3. Owen Hendrickson, Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Clothturned here to make life more of Casey county. ing, both at old prices. happy. Mr. Etzel Dunbar, who has Robt. Hancock, who has been been in Illinois for the past year, We have not taRen the War in Europe as an confined to his home for several returned home one day last week. Excuse to ask Advance on Anything weeks, is able to ride out a litte. Miss Blanche Burress spent The farmers have sowed a nice last Saturday and Sunday at Mr. Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. crop of wheat and most of the G. R. Feese's. Lime for this month, only 90c. corn has been gathered and is Mr. and' Mrs. C. E. Walker selling at fifty cents per bushel. visited relatives at Casey Creek The weather has been dry and the latter part of the week. we have not stripped any tobacMr. and Mrs. J. H. Tuckers-ite- d co, therefore we have not had a the latter's brother, Mr. A. Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than single sale of the weed. J. C. Bland, Saturday and Sunday. other farm animals. In order to insure thorough I am tiMng Bee Dee digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOCK MEDICINE with Bault and sons will buy dark toMr. Gose, of Pulaski county, horses readier for next day's work, add to their my horses regularly and find it a saving proposition bacco as they asually do paying evening feed a teaspoonful of on feed. It also makes visited bis sonr'Dr. J. C. Gose, them healthy, thriving 2nd market price. the best dean. of thi3 place, last week. Ira Johnston. STOCK -- Woodson Lewis Ready for To morrow ? editor, has announced knifiey. his candidacy for the Democrat. ic nomination for Secretary of Mr. J. H. Tucker and family have 'moved to their farm at this State. Having accepted a position as salesman in J. F. Patteson store, who handles General Merchandise, would be glad to have my friends call when in need of anything in his line. Eespt. Geo. Staples. b. RpA Tao DCCycC MEDICINE R.F.D.NO.J, CNeffl. Nebr. It will lessen your feed bills. It will increase your profits. 25c, 50c aad 51. per caa. At yoer dealer's. RR1 THF- - at A! r.nifMTY Kraurs c o the exercises rendered by the students "of Mr. Finis'5 Strange We will pay 30c per dozen for clean and his assistant, Miss Shirley. fresh eggs. It was very interesting to every Russell & Co. one present. The patrons as well as the children .should feel Lost, Gentleman's Stick Pin. proud of their instructors. ; Dark colored Pearl, small Diamoad Mr. J. R. Yates was confined in center. Reward will be paid for its to his room several days of last return. week, with a very sore hand. W. A. Coffey. 30 Cents Eggs. 3-t- AT. T. OTTLEZ ArrOBKKT-AT-LW gijj!fflmmmjJi!!i??fmH!n!j!!!!!n!mn;fflmm!n"M!mmmn!mn!fj!t!!gj COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY. Will f. i CHRISTMAS g: S AL1I1 Practice in all'the Courts. 0!fice:-- ln BY GOODS 1 z Rollin Hurt's 01 lie KINDS HENRY W. DEPP, DKXTIST Am permanently located in lumbia. AH OUST RECEIVED 3-2- t. K;EIiSflV &. sr Er If you Local Market. To-da- y. Rowe's X Roads. hudso j 1 Co- want to select a nice Christmas present for Classes of work done. Crown Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty AH lnral Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks 26 8 8 3 Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool spring clipping Hides (green) .......-.- . Feathers Ginseng Beeswax ,,...ti..... ' ....... Yellow Roo .'. jay Apple(per lb) 00 5 1 ; ' , ?..;... -? What a cold spell to commence winter with! Zero this week. May be we won't lose all our meat this time. Daniel Scruggs had a child to die in Green county. They 1 fS5S iby ' - a friend, call at our store. We now have on exhibi- tion the nicest assortment ever offered in Columbia. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT , Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's Grocery Store rfTOx 5 28 12 .45 25 3 25 3J 7f--P '. Gradyville. The first snow of the season is with us this week. Charles Diddle left for Logan county last Wednesday. The coldest day of the season was last Friday. If you want to hear a good sermon come out on the 5th Sunday and hear Rev. Payne at the Baptist church. Elbert Nell bought last week from J. A. Diddle, four work mules, harness and wagon for $500.00. The bird hunters put in a few days last week after quail. Mr. Thos. Dowell raised the finest patch of turnips that was ever grown in 'tthis section. Some of the largest weighed 5 pounds. Mr. Alfred Parson has had a very sick horse for the past week or so. Supt. Tobias Huffaker, of Columbia, was visiting the schools irfthis section for a day or so of last week. Mrs. W.cM. Wilmore was on the sick list for several days of last week. Cager Jones and Strong Hill brought it back here to John Turner's o bur y it. The board of health would not let them have a funeral. No one was allowed to see the child They did not knoar what was the matter with it, Rev. J. K. P. Aaron has been on the sick list for several weeks. Henry Barns is visiting his brother Dock, at this place, this week. They are both old men and feeble. Robert Hadley is going to move to Bear Wallow, Burton Ridge, to live with "his father and mother a year. Willie Kane made a dash through here this week hunting after fertilizer debts, Bill Cook has gone to Columbia this week ona business trip, and to see his children that live S If you do not believe we have our goods marked down, call and see. If you want articles for children, we have them in great abundance. Come and come early. We also have a big stock of Staple Groceries and we are selling same at living prices. Ii. H. JOJSLES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentibt ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7N LOCATION NEAR THE ROLLER MILL. 1 m railiitllililliiiiiitiliiiiaiiiiiiiitiUtiiaiiiiiiiiiaiaiiiiauiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiii o? Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing: neatly done. All kinds of Rubber Tires ; 8B8gS&SSSHte2SiiaaS8asa8i i&iSSfiiiSiSim'9iSliSmss put on. Specla attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and satisfaction Guaranteed. Wv2 Without Rhyme or Reason ' Shop on Depot St. near L. & PHONE NO. To N1. Depot's JEFF PARSON, CampbeMsville, Ky. i that's the way many gifts are bought and given. Perhaps that they only last for a sesaon and maybethat is why the giver is so soon forgot! is-wh- y J. B. Stone J. H. Stone 2&i 2x Permanent Gifs which are at the same time beautiful and inexpensive are the sort we recommend, and we probably have the best selection of such gifts in town. Stop in and look at some of our interesting pieces of Jewelry made up on the very latest New York designs and guaranteed not only to last, but to win lasting gratitude and favor. Stone 1$ & w Stone, Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : at Columbia. Oliver Hadley made a trip to Columbia this week after goods Jamstown, Kentucky have been supplying our market with fresh beef for the past week or so. Owing to the severe cold weath er, the carding machine at this place, will close down for the season ina few days. W. B. Hill, who returned from for Needmore No, 2. Finis Kelsay had a work mule to die this week. This leaves Finis in a bad fix. It was all he had. The bird hunters are having a jolly time. Jim and Sam Hurt and Alvin Pierce came in from Illinois with guns and dogs for a bird hunt. J. C. Hurt, S. M. Hurt, McOllen Lapsley, and R. B. Grider hunted birds yesterday until they got tired and hun gry. They came to Needmore No., 2 and bought salmon oysters, tomatoes and other things. The boys had a full round mess, then they went on rejoicing, come again boys? C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON 3v " VETERINARY Murray Ball, The Jeweler. iSK iv " 138 m mrmizkizkikizk U. G. HARWICH, isHs Special Prcs. Bowling.Green a few days ago, is improving slowly. James Q. Diddle Wethington put in last week hunting. to tell who was the and Robert several days It was hard Nimrod. We would like to ask our Tennessee friend, if they raised other vegetables down in his section in proportion to the beet he made mention of in the last weeks issue of the News. If so, we would be glad to have him furnish us with a supply of seeds for the next season. r i Mr. Strong Hill has just returned from Bowling Green and Louisville, where he bought a full line of saw mill belting at a reduced price. Mr. Hill owns quite a number of mills and he finds use for a lot of belting as well as other mill repairs. Born, to the wife of Gilliam Breeding, on Nov. 4th, a son. Another Democrat added to the Gradyville precinct. Mother and child doing well. On last Wednesday night we had the pleasure of attending Archy Wheeler, late of Texas, , bought the Jeff Taylor Rose farm from Jim Gilpin for $1100.00 last week. Your scribe has one of the best schools at Rowetown he has ever taught. 13 have come ev ery day. Only 48 in district. The people are getting along nicely gathering corn and it is turning out well of which we Rugby. are very thankful. Our jovial Supt. was with us There will be Thanksging serlast week glad to have him with vices at Mt. Pleasant church on us. Think the people did a good preachn Thursday. A thing for the children to have er will preach in the morning, Prof. Huffaker to be our Supt. and in the afternoon the exerEuniue. cises will be conducted by the Rowetown school. Other schools are invited to take part. Every The health of this community one is invited to come and bring is fine at this time. dinner. Misses Florence Rubarts, Sarah Last Thursday, Mrs. "Flora Collins and Fannie Williams were Rossen had a severe attack of the pleasant visitors of Mr. and heart trouble of which she is Mrs. Ray Williams last Saturday bothered, but is better. night and Sunday. We had our first snow last Eld. Z. T. Williams and LuthThursday. It looked like that er Young gave us a very Santa would soon be here. sermon at Tabernacle W. J. Bean was at Mr. Bill last Friday night. Rowe's last Wednesday contractMr. P. P. Wesley was in Coing sorghum. Mr. Bean is the lumbia last Wednesday on busibest sorghum maker in this part ness. of the state. Mr. Jim Herriford, who has There was a large crowd at been staying with his grand the spelling at Antioch last Fri- mother, Mrs. Puss Williams, is day night. visiting his parents, Mr. and Tause McGinnis is building a Mrs. Charlie Herriford, of Colarge barn which improves the lumbia, this week. looks of his place. Eld. J. B. Daniel filled his regMr. and Mrs. Ezekial Rowe ular appointment at Tabernacle Saturday night and Sunday. are in very feeble health now. well-knowinter-interesting -- Attnetin lo Eyes J. H. COCKE, ,V. Pre.; R. 8. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyne Mil I & Supply C o. A -- Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon o due when work is done or stock removed from stables. Fi3tulo, LOCATION-NE- ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889- - AR ED HUGKES' RESIDENCE. STREET. fKIkli WEIGHTS. 1301 DEALERS-I- I 0NBURRSYILLE maCHlNlSTS N ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. N. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TffiRTeeNTff-MftlLOUTSVILLe 538 -M14rr--Mta- urveymg Land Owners Attention. T. SMOKESTACKS Sheet iron and TanK Worh wW.-- . 1 o ft . (A't. A.t Vrlfe'SK.'a ' "" Tff ' " 1. -- .."' C. Faulkner, is prepared to do BVI !. St7 iV n a a JOSBINQ WORK. SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Rcpairtd- - your Surveying correctly years He has thirty-thre- e experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or write T. C. Faulkner, Columbia, K.. Residence Phone-1- -- Most all the farmers in this Mr. Jim Winfrey and family, neighborhood are through gath- near this place, moved to their ering corn and reporting fairly knew home at Middleburg this good crops. week. Mr. Robert Cundiff, of this Mr. Robert Cundiff spent place, and Mr. Henry Grant, of last Saturday night with Mr. D. Neatsburg, were shopping in Tarter, "of Neatsburg. Columbia last Saturday. Geneva, Switzerland, Nov. 19, Our prayer meeting every Wed (via Paris, 11:45 a. m. .).The nesday night at Tabernacle, is Swiss Parliament has before it doing good work. B Business Pho c 13 P DR. J. N. MURRELL DENTIST rooms in Jeffries Office, Front BTd'g up Stairs. Columbia, - Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. John White and concerning foreign spies Ltocal Hgent for in Switdaughter visited relatives at zerland. It provides a penalty Grand UprightPlayer Pianos Tarter last Sunday. of imprisonment and a fin& of (Strictly High Grade) Master Buford Knifley is spend $4,000. The Swiss authorities Certain Satisfaction. Unlimited Guarantee. ing several days this week with are authorized further under this Take Supremacy. In tone, action and durability because every part his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. bill to prosecute persons accused receives careful, rigid scrutinizing inspection. is sevevely criticisPiano in W. E. Williams. of offenses against the honor of Then the corps of it3 entiretyIf there'3 anything experts. ed by a Mr. Charlie Wesley, of Casey other countries" without waiting wrong we intend to find It before you do. If we don't our warranty protects you. county, was in this community for complaint from the Govern- THE BALDWIN PIANO COMPANY for consideration a new measure Mrs. Q. W. Lowe, X V last Wednesday. Iment concerned. Factories: Chicago: Cincinnati. vv: - . V THE ADAIhrCOUNTYrNEWS &1im Sand Cuts Wires. An electric trolley extends from Cairo, Egpyt, to the Pyramids of Gizeh. The trunks of huge palm-tree- s serve as trolley 1 yr poles to support the overhead Ad conductor, and the contrast A Night of Terror! the modern hurrying moFew nights are more terrible than torcars and the peaceful centuries that of a mother looking on her child old tombs of the Pharaohs holds choking and gasping for breath durcontem-pl?tiv- e the interest of many a ing an attack of croup, and nothing traveler. ,in the house to relieve it. Many moth45-be-tween hands full stock I ity tobe done, there will be nothkeep ing to do, we believe, but to coffins, caskets, and robes. Palso Boxes and "walk right in and turn around Metallic Caskets, and Steel two hearses. Prompt service night or and walk right out again" with our money and bread and meat day. Eesidence Phone 29, office hone 98. and clothing, State Journal. keep on a of The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Ape has its attractions no less than youth in a more serene and quieter life. But it is this very life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people 'are troubled in this way, with accompanying symptoms of belching, drowsiness after eating, headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is difficulty of digesting even light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to And a suitable remedy. First of all the advice may be given that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as well as men, js a mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition toaic UflDESTflEt?. J. F. Triptett, i Columbia, Ky. Daily properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all " other remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newborn, Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., say they take it at regular intervals and in that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle of it in the house. It is good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular wav of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 "Washington St, Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. 1 keep constantly o hands a nice Hn and Coffiins, and Men and jf Caskets Ladies Robes, also a nice nurse. Lo- - ation over Cumberland Grocers Co., olumbia, Ky. Phone 52 A. At one side of the trolley con- ers have passed nights of terror in ductor on bell shaped insulators are run the feeders, which, like the trolly wire, are of bright, hard-draw- n copper. After these wires had been installed it was found that they invariably broke and fell within six or seven months, the cross section being much reduced at the point of Courier - Journal J. B. Jones. thissitaution. A little forethought will enable you to avoid all this. Cham berlain's Cougli Remedy is a certain cure for croug and has never been known to fail. Keep it sale by Paull Drug Co. Absher. Birdseve view of our Plant $6.00 a '.ear syggsg3g?s5ffgsgigifr? .MiiP;y'i wV. f) .T at hand. For Ad. jSgtlsy:ssir'''?' "? Sunday left me with a frightful cough and very weak. T had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 i minutes. JMy doctor could not help me, uut i was completely cured by i DR. KINO'S !sw Oissovsry Mrs. Miss Annie Royse was the Investigation showed that the pleasant guest of Misses Ella and desert winds which sweep across Sylvia Humphress Saturday and y whip sand par- Sunday. the fracture. Courier Journa -- 18"J? SCiV J. R Cox, Joliet, HI. S1.00 AT ALL tfr " ft- - 50c AND DRUGGISTS. .. "SV right-of-wa- ticles against the wires, causing a filing action which cuts away the copper much like an artificial sand ballast. The glass globes of arc lamps installed along the road have exhibitpdlhe same destructive action. Mrs. Owen Humphress' condition is very much improved. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Edrington $2.00 a ear Largest in Dixie" and Miss Audra Dillingham visited in Casey county the last of V. Best National News ' J. Hughes Incorporated 8 Sons Co. ;t . last week. Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hutchison A similar effect is observed were guests of Mr. and Mrs. with the incandescent units used Ira Vaughn SuDday. light the way to the Sphinx. to Mr. and Mrs. Foster Ingram, These strings of lamps, besides of near Cane Valley visited relhaving to be moved at frequent State News Local News WHOLESALE Windows, "Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, "Iwassr.iT rujgfnm luiuicu, :.cia m:u t.u. T. Alston. RaiOi ;.i, 27. i; '5 r". i: liver and kulaej s did ".:a w-- : :l,. but four bottles of Eiecfr:c .Jilt made me fee' ,Jke a n.w tnaii : -: .- ; i H J PRICE 50 CTS. Ai ALL DP.UC STORES " OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE intervals to accommodate the varying level of the shifting sands, are rapidly eaten away by the etching action of the desert winds. Thus far no remedy has been discovered for this destruction except frequent atives here Saturday and day. Sun- Market Reports " Foreign News Mrs. C. C. Jones and children and Mrs. Florence white of the ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized 3B ru J 113 k v 1 rV Tarter neighborhood, visited here a few days of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Wheat returned home Friday, and were accompanied home by their neice, Miss Annie Sharp. " ( Political Mews of nk;rh rr.d i!c"cnpt;on may j ree w t'lipr sn i 'i a . - rr .".'fil !y p able. ( nraiuiiton i:rc . ' tl-- n c r.: !i . i . " a sent f mutt. .t'c.t main.? i rs -- .i.! IVthis taken through Jluim V ?. KCdtvc spicial notice, without charge, in . rfffl ujt Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. . ' ii-- t Everything and Printed. Also Elwood Seftnjllis Jfrnrrscan. A hnndsotnely UlnstraKKl weekly, dilation of any vcientitlc Journal. 1 rmi. fitirmnnth. Hlli'NN & i.ra!.rn umce. t for Everybody and American Fence. Co.3.8Bntar;sw.Yoii ea t il ra'l rlN. l wasuiui ,V.C Breakers Ahead. Born to the wife of Mont Bault Are you interested in what is Wednesday, Nov. 4, a daughter. It is asserted in a cablegram taking place day by day all over from London that the Germans Mr. J. D. Weatherford is on Steel Fence Posts DEMLER BROS. Incorporated 1 sraxsffi?; EskSBBHH CO- - I are m 1 a Ionian 3 5 a i 1 may stop the relief work for gium undertaken by philanthropic Americans. Bel- the sick Mst. me world Robertson ? If you are you NEED L. Mrs. James Belgium is being devastated and" trampled by Germany. The Germans are still collecting money from the Belgian cities at the rate of thousands of dollars a day. If the American relief work does anything it will be to supply the Belgians with the necessities of life while they are turning over their last dollar to the Germans. The New York World frankly suggests the possibility that the Germans will simply steal the money sent by America. At any rate it looks as if there are obstacles between the desire to help the Belgians and the accomplishment of the end in view. The money and provisions may be halted, and if they get into Belgium what's to prevent their being commandeered by the German army? Professing no familiarty with the . uestions of the rights of neutrals to "invade" captured territory jof belligerents and distribute material relief, we do not- - see how the United States can do more than offer the Belgians aid. If Germany does not feel inclined to allow the work of char- - THE COURIER-JOURNAchildren, of near Campbellsville, visited the family of Delaney If there is an agent in your Robertson last week. give him a trial order one Miss Lizzie hood spent last town Friday night with her cousin, month Daily 50 cents, with SunMrs. Mary Sanders. day 75 cents. The many friends of Mr. W, H. Absher gave him a surprise If there is no agent in your birthday dinner on Nov., 4, it town give order to the paper in being his 56th birthday. The tables were beautifully laid and which this advertisement apalmost covered with good things pears (you may get a special clubto eat. There were over fifty people partook of the bounteous bing rate,) or sand the order dimeal. We wish him many more rect to the Courier-Journa- l. such happy birthday. Try This for your Cough. Thousands of people keep coughing because unable to get the right remedy. Coughs are caused by Inflama-tio- n of the Throat and Bronchial Tubes. What you need is to soothe this Inflamation. Take Dr. King's e New Discovery, it penetrates the mucous lining.raises the Phlegm and quickly relieves the congested del-icat- and 12-- 1 IGEaalJMatket MrceK Between Firsthand Brook i o'uisv:.S2e. Ky, 1 ifiira j " ' S?QrnliS ?S tr? ? m! jN s w ra j-i&- wsvm Tm Wessi's Tonle i s n. X i i I ft for m. r jai mmm lh&&sxeMTS?WF21 jThe Louisville Daily Herat And the Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer he Adair Counly News and The Cincinnati WEEKLY COUIER-- J O.U li- Adair County News One Year Each Weekly Enquirer Both,One ft A L has been discontinued, but FARM AND FAMILY, a Year For Only pLt55 most excellent illustrated monthly magazine, is a worthy successor. The price is only 25 cents a year. For S3.50 This offer will hold good for only a short time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. your subscriptions to Come, bring, or-send Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, audit i3 one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatninc the world's events, and for that reason can giueyon all the leading news. It Carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports- - It3 numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome. farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib'ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to up-to-d- membranes. Get a 50c bottle from Ask for a sample copy. your druggist. "Dr. King's New Discovery quickly and completely stopCourier-Journ- al Company ped my cough" writes J. It. Watts, Floydale, Texas. Money back if nob INCORPORATED satisfied, but it nearly always helps. Louisville, Ky. Paull Drug Co. Ad. The Adair.jCounty News, Columbia, Ky. this office. $&& "Wfwssr-W- A1& COUNTY NEWS 18)11) (Wi () ()'!) ()() (W) (W) () () (1 WELL DRILLER Tarter. . with a Hallow'een party at C. C. Traylor's. Laws Governing Subscriptions. , says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's It Always Helps tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give The Woman's Tonic me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc., are sure signs of womantired, worn-o- ut ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. a trial. and it I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, s always-doe- Get a Bottle Today! i wrwiF-'-T 164 Miss Anna Sharp, of Absher, I will drill wells in Adair and Misses Ella Baker and Willia adjoining counties. See me be- is spending a few days with her Wood were the guests of Mrs. fore contracting. Latest im- aunt, Mrs. W. H. Wheat. Nina Sparks Saturday and Sunproved machinery of all kinds. Miss Florence White spent last day. Pump Repairing Done. Give Saturday night with her cousin, Mr. Jim Cheatham has moved me a Call. Miss Sallie Robertson. to his farm near here, recently Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wheat-- ; purchased from Joe Sparks, Joe C. YATES Mrs. C. C. Jones and children; having moved to the property and Miss Florence White attend- vacated by O. C. Collins. ed the birthday dinner at Mr. Mr. F. Z. Smith and family, Absher's. It was Mr. Absher's Mr. Farice Snow and sister, Wil56 birthday. They reported a lia, mortored from Burkesville, nice time and mentioned that lastSnnday, and spent the day Mr. Absher was very much surat C. C. Traylors. prised when his neighbors and Miss Nina Simpson spent Wedfriends came in with their baskets filled with every thing good nesday night with her pupils, Mary and Dora Strange. to eat. FOR 1914 Miss Jamie Cheek spent SaturMr. and Mrs. G. A. Grant and children, spent Saturday night day and Sunday with her sister BRIGHTER, BETTER, and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. here, Mrs. Kate Strange. Most readers of news papers-an- J. THE many publishers are not familiar with the laws governing subscriptions. Here are the decisions of the United States Court on the subject. They will be interesting to publishers and many will undoubtedly be glad of the opportunity to print them for the benefit of delinquent subscribers: "Subscribers LOU SVlLLi who do not con- give express notice to the to renew their subscriptions. TIMES trary are considered as wishing "If the subscribers order a discontinuance of their publication the publisher may continue to send them until all dues are BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF Need of Money on Farms. farming pay the products For the consideration of the Kentucky farmers who read the Farmers Home Journal we quote the following excerpt from an address delivered at the annual meeting of the Corn Belt Meat Producers Association: There are some things that any farmer is justified in going in debt for. First, to make the farm hog and sheep tight, then to get a silo, and the third grow alfalfa or clover. These three things are absolutely essential in the economical production of beef, pork or mutton. Every farmer who knows anything about his business knows nowadays that the end in view should be to increase the fertility of his soil, and that to make mar- keted muse be on the hoof and THE LOUISVILLE TIME not in the grain sack or upon the hay wagon. A YEAR, IS Paying six per cent, for borrowed money to make farming YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDB economical and profitable is an IF uphill business. There is a vast TO US, YOU CAN GET difference between six and an everlasting debt on the farm and COUNTY five and the loan wiped out under THE ADAIR the "amortization plan" proposed by the Kentucky Rural Credit NEW Miss Jane Traylor has been paid. The entertainment at Whites suffering much pain from a "If the subscriber refuses to school house was largely attend- sprained ankle. take periodicals from the Post V. 0. Wheat. $5.00 ed and all seemed to enjoy it very much. We hope Mr. Gas-ki- n will have another entertainment soon, since the other was spent Sunday at C. R. Thomas'. quite a success. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wheat and Miss Anna Sharp spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. j Jones. Mr. Robert Humphress is having some repairing done on his until he has settled his bill and ordered the Mr. C. C. Traylor visited Mrs. paper discontinued. James Cole, Monday afternoon, "If subscribers move to other Mrs. Cole being very low with places without informing the pubpneumonia fever. lisher and the papers are sent to Mary Alexander was the Miss the former address, the subscib-e- r guest of Miss Caughron, last is held responsible. he is responsible Mr. and Mrs. Rich Thomas Office to which they are directed, Association. We do not advise anyone, farmAND residence, spent last Saturday night and Sunday with his uncle Mr. Owen Humphress, of Absher. Mr. Vertis Gra-n- t er or merchant, to borrow unless there is a practical business necessity for borrowing and a plain leakage in business as a result of not having sufficient capital. But as many must borrow it is better to borrow at five per cent, than at six. THE LOUI TIME BOTH ONE V.LE YEAR Mr. Melvin Jones is moving his saw mill to Mr. Willis Shep- herd's farm, and will be ready for work in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jones and F0R0NL' $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prh ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corre children spent last Tuesday night at Mr. W. H. Wheat's. It Really does Relieve Rheumatism who is afllicted with rheumatism in any form should by all Everybody The Daily "The courts have held that reMr. G. W. Dillon, of Breeding, fusing to take periodicals from was here last Saturday. the Post Office or removing and Mrs. Eliza Traylor spent Sun- leaving them uncalled for is prima facie evidence of intenday wibh Mrs. G. C. Smith. tion to fraud. Rev. Caughron is assisting "If subscribers pay in advance Bro. Ferrel in a meeting at Libthey are bound to give notice at erty. the end of thfi time if they do not wish to continue taking it, Cause of Insomnia. otherwise the subscriber is reThe most common cause of insom- sponsible until expressed notice nia is disorders of the Stomach and with payment of all arrearage is constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets sent to the publisher." corrects disorders and these you to sleep. Co. Sunday. enable For sale by Paull Drug Ad. Latest Fashion Notes. There are hats of all sizes." One can have one's hat small and high or big and low. One can have it almost untrimmed or decked wiHi plumes, metallic roses or laces. Velvet is the material most frequently used for the fashioning of the winter hat, but there are also many models of satin. Black is in the highest favor, and probably will remain so all the season. Yet there are many new models in dark brown. I II np w K And The- - Adair County New means keep a bottle of Sloan's Linon you feel Covers the Kentucky field pe iment hand. The minute pain or soreness in a joint or muscle, bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do fectly. not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost Covers the general news Self immediately right to the seat of pain, relieving the hot, tender, swollen feelcompletely. ing and making the part easy and Has the best and fullest msi comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist kets reports. and have it in the house against colds, sore and swollen joints, rheuDEMOCRATIC in politics ba matism, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your money back.if not satfair to everybody. isfied, but it does give almost instant relief. Paull Drug Co. Ad. pondents. Women Flirts. The justice presiding over a New York City court recently declared from the bench that women flirts were more numerous than men flirts. This state- ! llltllU 11C frJ.JG'-- l vj jiuuouv-- j ui i his own court, and proceeded to say that until women desisted SEND YOUR SUBS Rlt TiON RIGHT AWAY Is the best afternoon daily paper publish Dr. ed, in Louisville. DENTAL OFFICEI James Triplet! PEINTIST - from flirting courts could not deal with "mashers" as they should. In concluding his re-- i marks he said that women were BecR's Store. largely responsible for the safety The new skirts are very full We are glad to say that Mr. of themselves from insult on the waist line to ankle, and Charlie Thomas, who has been streets of New York or any oth - from they have underskirts sick for the past two months, is er large city. These remarks have been the which are much tighter. improving at this time. j i little It is Democratic, OVER PAULL DRUG- CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 20. OFFICE PHONB but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adah cms vssmmm eaasgiiiiiiii iihimii wi i and Indigestion raused me great distress tor two years- - I triec many things for relief, hut got little help, till at last 1 round IS in tbo bet pills or medicina I over tried F. County .News both for 4.50 per year j Lp r jfiLTX n.t.rf tu r ' 1UI v.,JbPilli n ifl DR. KING'S v 4rJ ip '''n... . u. -- - S3 VEST r . ..K ?i-- m T lJtw. ?.SL i DRl'iGIS7S. I v- -. Master Clifton Sparkes has subject of considerable comment been confined to his room with pro and con. Naturally, they are resented by the women who scarlet fever. Quarterly meeting was held at feel that they understand indictment. Naturally, too, they are this place last Saturday and Sun cited by the men in excuse for day with good attendance, and "mashing." Contributions to some interesting sermons delivthe New York papers have been ered by Revs. Hogard andFerrel exceedingly interesting, yet afMr. O. T, Smith from Breed ter all is said and done men ing, is at this place running a could nol fllil n.ilc.3 uvixibd were saw mill. willing to flirt with them, and The pupils of the Jones' Chapwhen they stop flirting the men, el school, and the young people will be compelled to do so. of this place were entertained too, Fashionable evening wraps will be made of supple Dlack velvet with collars of white fox, ermine, chinchila, mojeskin or skunk. There are dainty slipper buckles in square or oval shapes tiniest flowers to harmonize with the gown. made The corsage bouquet has not lost its popularity. A single poppy rose, aster or dahlia of huge' proportions is worn the girdle. of the THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5l -- Av- 9 o jct j tt jt T $ H jf TT $1.35 Will get the Weekly T 0N WE J Cincinnati Enquirer one year and The Adair County News until January 1, 1916. NEW Subscribers paying CASH will be The Adair County News from now until January 1, 1914. The sameo ffer will hold good for Renewals. Send in your dollar at once. can give you rates on the Louisville Courier Journal, daily, Times, Post and Louisville Herald. The above Papers furnish acurate market reports, the war news and State and Nation'! News. Come in or Send your Subscription 5 3 $ WAR NEWS AT A GLANCE. r Violent fighting has been resumed within a motor ride of the gates of Paris. At Tracy-Ie-Va- l, where the main battle line from the north swings to the eastward, at the point nearest Paris, a German advance led to a violent encounter. The Gertwo-hou- $ 4 vtLvxJwJNJ5,CgvJ4i4sJB the hopes of the Allies are again rising; that they believe the Germans are fast weakening, but there was no tangible evidence to indicate that the grip of the Germans on Belgium and France was r being shaken loose, or that any decisive change in the immediate future could safely be predicted. The sound of cannonading was reported off the coast of Sweden, in the Baltic Sea. It was thought possible that the main Russian fleet, which recently set out from Helsingfprs, Finland, might have engaged the Germans. The General Staff of the Russians which invaded Turkey an- nounces that the advance of the Turks has been checked and that their troops, which have been successfully pursuing the Russian advance guards, are now in retreat. Turkey's explanation of her act in firing on the American flag at Smyrna has not been submitted nor has the Navy Department at Washington received a detailed report from Capt. Decker, of the cruiser Tennessee, one of whose launches was under fire. The Washington authorities were confident, however, that satisfactory amends would be made by Turkey and that no complications would result. Austria is calling for more soldiers. The older men of the Landsturm of 1870 to 1890 have been summoned to the colors. Austria apparently has the upper hand in her war with Ser-vi- a. Reports from Vienna state that the pursuit of the enemy is being carried further, and that the Servian retreat at places is attended with heavy losses. Unofficial German advices stated that Russia had sent troops to assist the Servians, but the authenticity of this "report was in doubt, since such a movement of forces would involve a long sea voyage around the continent of Europe or the invasion of Bulgaria or Rumania, neutral countries. FARMERS and shippers of TOBACCO Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Established PICKETT TOBACCO INDEPENDENT WAREHOUSE mans attempted to recapture the town, won by the Allies a few days ago, but according to the French War Office statement to- day they were repulsed with heavy losses. In Flanders the artillery duel, described during the last few days as of furious intensity, has become still more violent, on the part of the Germans at least, but here, as elsewhere, the opposing forces are holding fast to their main positions. An official German communication states that heavy fighting has been resumed in the Argonne forest? around which some of j We conduct a 'Strictly Independent"' Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business and are not connected directly or indirectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company, and give personal attention to the sale of all tobacco intrusted to our care. BRIDGES &.COMPANY, Correspondence Solicited incorporated, Proprietors LOUISVILLE, KY. ... g&r " ES BC3UI ZmmmaM&M2ittJbxS. 5? Your Childrens Eyes You can not be too careful of your children's eyes, especially during their years at school, careful investigation the most severe encounters of the war have raged from time to time during the last two months. A heavy loss, it is said, was in-Jlict- ed on the enemy. In a battle between two squadrons of aeroplanes, it is said, one airship of the Allies and one of the Germans were lost. v Germany's new attack on the Russian army in the center of as of chief the eastern battle line stood out conspicuously y immediate importance in the European war. The sudden assault of the Germans in Russian Poland, fromjwhich territory they were described recently as being driven in disorder, has lent a new aspect to this campaign, which for Germany is no less important fchan the conflict in France and Belgium. Russian military officials admit a reverse in this, territory and Berlin is celebrating a great victory, but the meagerness of aufrom Annie Stephens for $25.00. thentic information from the front makes it impossible to deter-min- e Pickett. The meeting that commenced the extent of importance of the German successes. MeanChapel a short time ago while Russia is proceeding with her other two adventures in her The health of this section is at the has done lots of good. .j threefold campaign. Her troops to the north, Petrograd announces. very good at present. are penetrating steadily into East Prussia, while to the south they There has been lots of wheat There is some new telephones in this neighborhood now. are closing in on Cracow, Galicia. in an attempt:to crush the Aus- - sown in this part of the county There was lots of ice this morn ' tnans. this time. ing, November, 17th. Refugees from Belgium say that West Flanders which is virCorn gathering is not over yet. The railroad ties have not all tually cut offirom the rest of the world, continues to be the scene Lots of corn injured in the shock. been hauled to Greensburg yet. , of incessant military operations. Tkey speak of an inferno of shot W. G. Pickett sold someshoats For Sale. und shell and devastation, with continuous cannonading and end- to Bramlett Squires a few days Piano, almost good asrnew. Will less processions of the wounded. The French and British are re- ago for $49.50 sell at a bargain. Ma-W- . M. Wilson. W. G. Pickett bought one cow ported to have captured a small Belgian town. Paris reports-tha- t 1 to-da. V has shown that most back ward scholars have some defect of vision. Call on DR. ALPER the Optician, at Page & Taylor's DrugfStore, Columbia, Ky. M I Pure mSm. Wool - fo chargesjand you are not out a cent. Large Coverlets made like Old Style Weave $7.00 a pair, prepaid subject to your approval. quality Yarn at 55c for White and 65 for Black, prepaid in Extra " "tr lots of 5 rbs or more. " Extra All' Wool Flanel 54 in. wide, 70c per yd prepaid. Cotton Warp Flanel nice dark colors, plain 28c twilled 36c Old Time Jeans pants in Regular sizes 82.25 a pair. Just what j ou need this winter. Give us your order now, dont wait, later we will ba over-run and will cause some delay. ' A That's exactly what you get in our Big Woolly Blankets ( Extra Size 71 s 8S ) Weighjnearly Eight Pounds. Prepaid anywhere for $5.00 a pair, and if you are not satisfied, just send them back to us and we will refund your money at once together with return mail t. t& $ FarmersWooIen Mills, Ky. E. L. REECE, Mfcr Stripping Print, Greasy Creek, Landing. $m&&&&&$