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The Adair County news: December 2, 1914 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1914 ada1914120201_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: December 2, 1914 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME XVIII lie ( mtirif COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 0tttt!tt fhfariL !fflt WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2, 1914. A NUMBER 5 PROGRAM. Rev. Chesterfield Turner Ordained. large audience gathered at the Baptist church last Sunday forenoon, to witness the ordination of Rev. C. Turner, who has been a local minister in the Church for several years. Having lived here for two years, being the superintendent of the public schools, a large number of his friends were present to witness the solemn ceremonies which were presided over by Dr. W. B Powell, of Louisville, assisted by the Pastor, Rev. O. P. Bush, and Rev Frank Breeding. Before the ordination, Dr. Powell announced that there was a balance of S1200 due on the church and that there was no better time to lift the debt than right now. He had already got a pledge from the Ladies Aid of S200 and $110 from the Sunday School, leaving a balance of $390. He stated that the audience could pay it and not feel it and it must be done. He then commenced calling for subscriptions and ill about one hour the money was made up, subscribed by substantial citizens. Quite a sum was paid in cash and the other is collectable on demand There is a very friendly feeling existing between all the Churches of this place, and quite a number of persons, members of other congregations, chipped in helping their Baptist brethren." The ordination followed, preceded by a short and impressive talk by 'Dr. Powell, directed especially to Rev Turner. The laying on of bauds and a fervent prayer by Dr. Powell came next, and at the conclusion the congregation A BasKet Ball. The Monticello team, as advertised, reached here in due time last week, and Thursday night it met the High School team in the latter's gymnasium. It proved to be a very interesting game, the score being a tie at the end of the lirst half. In the second round Monticello took the lead and held it until the contest was over, the result being 24 to 17 in favor of the visitors. Mr. W. L. Tate, of Monticello, was the referee, and Mr. Edgar Reed, of In Memorium. Special Call, M. W. A. Married in Their Buggy. Last Wednesday afternoon Eld. F. "In Santa Claus Land" Given by Primary Department of the Lind Training School. sey-Wilso- n On the evening of December 15th, the Primary Department of the Lindsey-Training School will give a Wilson play in the School Chapel. Admission 10 and cents. "IN SANTA CLAUS LAND." 15 this place, umpire, their decisions being of such fairness as to admit of no eilARACTEKS. Mother, Ted, Lula, Rachel Faulkner. John Ottley. Mary Harris. Kay Goff. Sauta Claus, Santa Claus' Wife, Imagination, Cook. Frauces Strange. Baby, Virginia Harris John Morrison. Sallie Hudson Amelia Dam ron Mother Goose, Fairies. ( f Margaret Harris Margaret Hynes. Sadie Mullinix. Pauline Arnold. Leona Bryant. Maxine Moss. j Brownies. ( ( ( Walker Bryant, Sanford Strange. Delbert Arnold. Russell Golf. Keithley Wickliff. Louie Feese. Resolutions. The church being now free of debt, Fou Sale. A nice parlor stove alwill be formally dedicated some most new and will sell cheap. See Mrs. Resolved. First, that she loved with Lorena Pyle an eye single to the glory of God and time in the near future. The date of Lola Lovett. event will be published by this both by precept and example, taught this paper. Eternity. us that it was good to love God. Second, that she so loved the Master For Sale. that her life, like His, was given in By Jesse L.. Murrell.) loving service to others and that her daily trust in the master, has made A horse, fifteen hands Eternity bow long art thou? our lives richer and deeper. high. 0 tell me I do pray; Third, that in the going away of Roy Reynolds, Garlin, Ky. For time is flying with me now, sister Murrell our community has lost 1 soon must go away. a most useful citizen, the church of Married in Jeffersonville. But O! I feel that I must live which she wasa beloved and most highBeyond the shores of time, ly honored menibprs, is deprived of her My soul within the witness gives wise counsels and her faithful services. Mr. Ernest Harris, the second sou of Fourth, that we sincerely and af- Mr. and Mrs. C S narris, and Miss Eternal years are mine. fectionately extend our sympathy and Creel Nell, the oldest daughter of Mr. But then I fix my own abode, condolence to her beloved children and and Geo. H. Nell, were married in Be it heaven or hell; grandchildren, commending them to Jeirersonville, Ind., lastThusday night Because I went a certain road tho care of nim who is the source of about 9 o'clock. The couple reside in I then must ever dwell. all help and blessings. Columbia and their marriage was not Fifth, that we, the members of the a surprise, but the date of it was, as it O God help me to choose the right, Woman's Missionary Society of the was known to quite a number that And on that road to go, Methodist Church, bow inhumblesub-missio- their union would take place some time That 1 may reach the saints delight Father in this month. Last week they went j Where joys forever How. tolthe will of an and say with the poet. to Louisville, with a view of making ' "My years" eternity declares purchases for the event, but while in Shall never cease to roll, "Servant of God, well done, city they concluded to cross the And you my endless years shall span, the Rest from thy loved employ, river and take the solemn vows. The j For deathless is your soul. fought the victory won, The battle rites were witnessed by the bride's j My years are more than grains of sand Enter thy Master's joy. mother and several other friends. Upon the ocean shore, Sixth, that a copy of these resolu- They returned home Friday night, And weeds that grow upon the land tions be placed on the minutes of the meeting many friends Saturday morn Which try us oft so sore. Missionary Societ, and that, a copy ing. i be sent to the Adair County News for The groom is twonty-twand the; "Yea, more than all the trees that publication. grow, a. popular .yuuuguouuie uiiub iiiueLeeu, Mrs. W. A. Hynes. ) And brauches on the same, who have the best wishes of everyCommittee. body Mrs Bettie Atkins, With twigs and leaves both high and in this community. Mrs. Emily Burton. ) be it: two-year-old Whereas, on the 20th day of Nov., 1914, in the Providence of God our beloved sister, Mrs. Lizzie Murrell was called home to the Father, therefore was dismissed. criticism. A large crowd witnessed and enjoyed the game. Friday evening Monticello met tlie Lindsey-Wilso- n boys in their gymnaand one of the most terrific con sium, tests ever pulled off in Columbia, was witnessed by a large audience. The game, however, was retarded and the pleasure of the witnesses mared by a disturbance that should not have occurred. One of the visiting players so far forgot himself, his temper getting the upper hand of him, and he struck one of his opponents. The referee, quickly taking in the situation, removed him from the contest, anobh-e- r player substituted and the game proceeded to a finish, the result being 22 to 10 in favor of Monticello. This game was followed by girl teams made up from the Normal and Training School departments which proved to be highly enjoyable, terminating in a tie, one and one. Next Friday evening at 7 o'clock the High School team and the Lindsey-Wilso- n team will meet in the latter's At the gymnasium. Every body invited. port Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davenport, of Dunnville, Ky., a sorrow and grief is felt that is unusual because of the loss of a noble character and only daughter of the home, and the young bride of only four months of Mr. Elba Miller, of Eunice, Ky, leaving a broken-hearteyoung husband., father, mother and one brother and many relatives and friends to mourn her loss. She remembered her Savior in the days of her youth and gave her - youth and her ycung life to God at the age of 14, and became a member of the Christian church at Dunnville. and was the organist of that church for a number of years. She was faithful in her attendance both to the church and Sunday School. She enjoyed all the services of God's house. She was born at Waverlj, 111., Mar 16th, 1S90, and came with her parents to Dunnville, while quite young, and nveu until ner marriage, which oc curred May the 12, 1914 She died Sept. 17, 1914. Her funeral was preached by W. G Montgomery, and her re mains laid to rest in the Dunnville cemetery. May the God of all mercy give comfcrt and peace to the bereaved friends and especially to the broken-hearte- d husband who is left so lonely and sad, and the bereaved parents. Z. T. Williams. d In the death of Mrs. Bessie Daven- I am authorized, as clerk of Columbia Camp No 12502 M. W. A. to call a meeting of our camp, for Monday night Dec. 7, 1914, for the purpose of conferring degrees on members of Jamestown, and Miss Mary Roy, whose Gradyville Camp. All Modern Wood- home was beyond White Oak, this men in good standing are earnestly county. The groom is a son of Mr. Sam Reece, the bride a daughter of requested to be present to assist. J. C. Strange, Clk. Mrs. Silas Roy. The couple will reside near Jamestown. They were seated in their buggy when the rites Traveling Man's Wife. were solemnized. J. Barger, married, in front of his residence, Mr G. C. Reece, of near The following poem was handed us 25 second-han- d sewing machines for by Mr Charles Walls, of this place, sale cheap. GotT Bros. who is a knight of the road: We hear a good many praises For the Merry Knight of the Road; On Display. How he carries smiles and sudshine, And lightens many a load. The There's another, far more deserving people season has arrived when the are looking iuto the show winOf our poems and our praise; dows, trying to select in their own, Who carries the most of the burden, And smiles through lonesome days. minds the gifts they will give for t. ENTERTAINMENT. Court-Hous- e, Friday Eve- ning, Dec. 4th, at 8 O'clock. She's the bravest of all the world's beautiful gifts on display, and to us it heroines, seems like a Jdonor would experience She endures tlie most of the strife; but little difficutoy in making a selecHer heart is the strongest of all her tion. There are many articles, at the sex different stores, designed mostly for Praise be to the traveling man's show, then there are others that will wife. prove useful. aThe latter is the kind lo ouy, except you must purchase a It is her's, the heart that is (heavy, few articles to please the children. Though her grief ishid with a smile, She fights the battfles of the houseNotice. hold, While he is away all the whHe. Three extra fine Poland China male Then when the day's trials are ended, pigs for sale. Noneli better cr merer And the babes are tucked in bed; How happy she'd be could she talk to breed. If you need a hosr of hhte fc in you will buy when you see them. him; But she must write him a letter in Price 310.00 each if taken at once. Christmas presents. There are many stead. C. S. Harris. 4--3t n I all-wis- e , o i low, For Sale. Full-bloode- $25: Reward. dollars for the arrest of Lee Herd, and his delivery to the Jailer of Adair county, and also of the delivery of my bay mare, which was taken from my premises by him on the 20th day of October. Herd about 2.1 years old, 4J feet tall with a hump on his back, two scars on his face. I. S. Taylor, Fairplay, Ky. twenty-five s Which storms so often claim ''Far more than all the That lly from place d c. Bronze Turkeys. Mrs. Roll in nurt. I will pay winged tribes, to place, And all the tiny things that hide, And never show their face, A telephone message fromjjJMr W. A. Coffey to his brother, Mr. J. B. Coffey, received last Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, stated that his wife was operated on at 10 a. m , same day. He also stated that the operation was very serious: that his. wife stood it heroically, and ttiat the surZ geon said that she would recover. It will be some cime before she can be Mr. M. H, Bernard, who has been conveyed home. the editor of the Russell County Advance, Russell Springs, Ky., for the One of the largest owls ever brought past year, sold his interest, tost week down in this county was killed, on to his partner, Mr. U. S. Ashbrook, Green river, a few days ago, by Tru- and retired from the business. Mr. man Henson. Its wings measured Ashbrook is now in full charge as edfour feet four inches from tip to tip. itor and publisher. The Advanco is a good paper and the publication has Mr. Ralph Hurt, assisted by his our best wishes for future, success. mother, Mrs. Rollin Hurt, rendered at the Baptist church, last Sunday, a The entertainment at the Courtsolo which delighted the large audihouse on Friday evening is for the ence. benefit of the Ladies Aid Society of persons who purchased fruit-tree-s the Christian church. Come and have All from Harris & Garrison will a good time. please come to town. They are being Young Peterson, who was reported delivered on the lot back of the jail. dangerously injured by a wagon running over him, near Hatcher, has The various churches f this place about recovered, ne is at his home, invariably look after the poor chil-dte- n in Caropbeflsville, and a gentleman who live in the town and in its from that city reports that he is out of it is about time to make 'Still more than all the fish that and grim That through their waters sweep. "Not all the drops of water found Upon this earth below, In seas, in rivers and in sounds Can equal numbers show Were put into one sum, By some vast. knowledge, quite divine, It would be same as none. Swim In seas and oceans deep, Wirti all the monsters strong "If all that's mentioned in these lines "Compared to my unending years, Which you shall spend somewhere In holy, blessed gladsome cheer, Or in complete despair." A Mistake Corrected. It is reported that the Trabue place is mortgaged. No person or bank atiy where, has any mortgage or note or claim of any kied on the place or any of the family. Tillie J. Tiabue. r attend the vicinity, and a list of the number to be remembered Do not disappoint the children. danger. you have taught; them to believe that Santa will bring them certain articles Rogers aud Young wHl sing at on Christmas Eve, see that their Hutchison's school-housthe third wishei are fulfil Jed. Sunday afternoon ir December. e If The Gift Problem is easily solved Murray Ball's, The Jeweler. at All Royal Arch Masons are urged to meeting of Columbia Chapter, No 7, next Friday Hight. Very important buskiess to come beS. C. Neat, H. P. fore the body. 4--tf. Rev. J S. Chandler is conducting a series of meetings at Tabor. Th9 meeting commenced the first of last week and a great deal of interest is being manifested. Her message to him is cheerful, Nell &McCandIess;have an 'ad" in The following is the program of the It is meant to brighten his way; paper. entertaiument to be given at the Court She conceals the harden of her heart, House next Friday evening, Dec. 4th: And tells not of trials that day. A Reward for Lost Papers. t Piano Duet, Her heart is with him ever, Grace Conover, Mary Myers. On the train, hi the hotel or store; On the road from JGlasgow to AlFARCE, in One Aot. ner joy comes with his return, bany in August, 1013, I lost a small THE SIINIpTEU'S WIFE. And goes when he leaves once more. order book that contained the names CAST OF CHARACTERS. Around lj$r she sees her neighbors, of persons in Kentuckyjjand other Principal of Girls' Boarding School, Whose husbands are home every States as subscribers toja paper, also a, Mrs. Lula Taylor. bundle of contracts about some live - night; ( Letitia Paull, Her heart is rebellious with envy, stock. If any one has these things in Dormitory Girls - Eva Walker, envy is hid from the light. care, and will send them to me at ( Mary D Patrteson, But her 1 Alleue Montgomery She dreams of the days in the future, Columbia, Ky.. or to I. A.iStory, GroThe Minister's Wife, That are coming when dreams come cer, Glasgow, Ky., the person will reMiss Vic Hughes. ceive SI 00 as a reward for the favor. true; Music, Grace Conover Mary Myers. 2t. Isaac A. Story. When "Bob" quits the road and setTwenty Children. Chorus, tles down FARCE, in One Act. Good Roads Meeting. To be "home every night with you." 3XUUDEU OUT. WILL Every year 'tis the same old story; CAST OF CHARACTERS. Things didn't turn out just right; A meeting of the citizens of Adair Grandmother Stiles, Mrs. Myrt Stults. But, maybe next year he will make it, county will be heldat the court-hous- e Lena Stiles, her Granddaughter, And so she goes on with the fight. Miss Mabel Atkins. in Columbia, next Monday, (County Minnie Sprague, Miss Dora Eubank. Her heart is the strength that sus- Court day) at one o'clock p. m., to conMay Taylor, Miss Kathryn Nell. sider the questipn'of the public roads, tains us, Bridget O 'Flaherty, Miss Vic Hughes. and how to get better roads in the Her love makes life worth while: Dinah colored cook, is worth a thousand more mean County under the recent law. As this It Miss Mattie Taylor. is a matterjof vital importance to the trips, Admission 25 cents, children under To be welcomed back by her smile. County, there shouldbe a full attendtwelve. 15 cents, Reserved' seats, 35 We ance. could fill up a million pages ents. Tickets on sale at Paull's Drug And still leave something unsaid, Store. For Sale. Of the virtue and worth of this queen of the earth, Come to the Court-hous- e and have Whose faith in us never is dead. a good laugh Friday night, December My house aud lot on Burkesville St. 4th. God bless this brave little woman, Columbia, Ky. Goodgarden, barn and 'Till we reach the Great White other outbuildings. Good waterinbara A. I. Hurt. lot. Fine well. Throne; Spelling Contest. is there, not here, with her smiles It and tears, The Presbyterian Church was well If the weather is fair and a suffShe will at last come into her own. filled last Thursday, the occasion being icient number of pupils will enter to Thanksgiving Services. The order of make it interesting, the cral contest exercises were announced by Rev. O. Spechil Notice. announced week before last, will be P. Buili, who also read the President's held at the Court-hous- e next Saturproclamation, setting apart that day day, beginning at 10 a. m. The spellAll persons who subscribed sums of for thanksgiving and prayer. Rev. W. ing will be taken from the newly money at the Baptist church last Sun- F. Ilogarel delivered a very appropriadopted book. The prize will be Doub's day, to aid in paying the balance due ate prayer, and a beautiful quartette Graded Lessons in spelling. Should on the building, will please hand the followed, rendered by Messrs. J. E. the weather be very inclement the amount to either R. F. Paull, Walk- Flowers, Lee Grissom: Mrs. W. M. contest will be called olf. er Bryant or C. S. Harris, committee. WiLion and Miss Mattie Taylor. The Respectfully, In as much as this is badly needed, it sermon by Eld. Z. T Williams came Tobias Huffaker, Supt. is hoped that each party will be nest. It was a line discourse and very prompt in paying. much appreciated. A person does not Get posted. Read Murry Ball's ad- realize how much for which he should vertisemenfc every week. Farm for Sale. !be thankful until told of the many blessings that have conie to this counTuesday, Dec. S, 1914, I will offer for try. Honor Roll sale both of my farms five miles west of Columbia on Gradyville and CoFor Sale. The following is the Honor Roll of lumbia road and two miles south of the Primary Department Lindsey-Wilso- n Milltown, both farms well improved f f Training School: mile from 303 acre farm and well watered. Will sell hay. corn. county seat, ten Strange, Pauline Arnold, Frances stock of all kinds, farming implements Depot, 3 miles from Walter Wickliff, and other things too tedious to men- thousand dollar house, 12 rooms, baseMary Shreve, Virginia Harris, tion. This sale was Clyde Miller, called off for Nov. ment, 5 porches, lighting plant, furMaxine Moss, Delbert Arnold, 24th, 1914, on account of not being ad- nace, watei works, cold and hot water, Sanford Strange, Raymond Shreve. vertised sufficient. 4 tenant houses, 3 big barns, not a foot of waste land. Located in a good G. W. Staples, Auctioneer. Ralph Menzies, a nephew, of Dr. t. country and neighborhood, all under A. R. Keltner. Jas. Menzies, of this place, was accigood fence. Must sell at once. One dentally killed near Wellseyville, N. Messrs. J. C. Strange and Lem hundred dollars per acre. I have other Y., on the morning of November 10. Smythe went fishing last Thursday good improved farms for sale. He was en route for his school, nvhen with their gigs and guns. They got J T. Sanders, Souora, Ky., the gun of his associate was accident r.p.n finft np.rp.h rnntrinor in lpntr.H frnm Hardin County. ally discharged with . the result as j Li t0 22 inChes. It is said no finer The Woman's Missionary Society of above stated. string of fish were ever caught in Rus the M. E. Church will meet Tuesday sell's creek. Next Monday will be county court, Dec. 8th. This is the last meeting the last one for the year 1914. Ev-- j The very thing- -a Kodak, for the jear. It is very importati idently there will be a great manyL.fcf Rail. Th w WW1WWl Mnrrav -. ... Tmow that all members be present "" people in Columbia, some to settle p Sat-- i the present year's business, others to . The singing at the court-housNice line of clothing at greatly re select Christmas presents. urday night was largely attended. duced prices at W. L. Walkers to-day- 's I -- 4-t- f. one-hal- 5-l- t. e k THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BERLIN CELEBRATING BIG VICTORY OVER RUSSIANS Londou, Nov. 19 (12:07 p. m.). The. unexpected blow deliveron the Russian center by Gen. von Hindenburg with the Ger-ma- n to-da- eral days ago. The day before, yesterday the Germans endeavored to recapture it. After having captured our first trenches they succeeded in making their way as far as the central square of the Here, however, a vigorous counter attack delivered by our Algerian contingents drove the enemy back, wrested from him all the ground we had lost, and inflicted on him very heavy losses. "In the Argonne we have maintained our position: Along the rest cf the front there is nothing new to report. " BRILLIANT ATTACK. Paris, Nov., 18 (11:11 p. m.). A brilliant attack by British troops and French sailors caused, the Germans to evacuate Schoorbakke, Belgium, which is practically surrounded by water from the broken dykes, according to news reaching here from the battle front. Because of the flood only two roads were open to the town, and on one of these the British approached in two armored automobiles. It was a night attack and the Germans in the town immediately turned their attention to them. Meanwhile the blueboats, crossed the jackets, who had made rafts on water and took the Germans in the rear, forcing them to flee by the one road still left open. The Germans abandoned many guns, ammunition and stores and their dead and wounded. There is some anxiety here as to just what has happened at Chauvoncourt, a village near St Mihiel, on the Lorraine frontier. On Tuesday the French official communication reported that the French troops had occupied the Western part of Chauvoncourt and yesterday's official statement said that this part of the town had been blown up by theGermans, who apparently had mined the place before they retired. How severely the French troops suffered by this exploit is not yet known. Chauvoncourt, which contained vast French military buildings and stores, is on the right bank of the Meuse. It has been occupied by the Germans for some time and is an important link between Argonne and Metz. Tfrie Belgian army is drawing a supply of new officers in large part from the Belgian civic guard. According to a member of the Belgian War Office, at Havre the civic guard is composed of men who have seen service in the army and are well qualified to beflat-bottom- village. Special Notice ed army, which had retreated from before Warsaw, was the from predominant feature of the news reaching London the eastern arena of war. No change of importance has been recorded for some days past in the western arena, where Flanders is still the scene of heavy fighting. In spite of adverse weather conditions and flooded trenches the Germans appear to be holding their positions from which intervals, they launch attacks for which the territory from the Belgian coast to Arras has become famous. The allied warships are still off the coast hurling shells inland when opportunity offers, The Belgian army remains in the region where the floods have been the worst and some dispatches say that in certain places they have been fighting from small boats. Having for the time being thrown back the Russian advance toward the German frontier of Posen, Gen. von Hindenburg is the liero of the hour in Berlin. There is much criticism in Berlin of the German retreat from Warsaw, but if the present marked re-- , cversal of form proves permanent, the German center doubtless will retrieve its reputation, just as the Allies retrieved, themselves almost at the gates of Paris. The German wedge from Posen would appear to have driven the sRussian center more than fifty miles back from the frontier, so that the line is now midway between German territory and War-saElsewhere along the great eastern front the Russians, 'where they are not progressing, seem to be holding their own. England, especially London, turned its eyes from the conflict y to pay a last tribute to its greatest and best loved soldier, "Field Marshal Lord Robarts, whose body, in the presence of King 'George and all the military leaders not at the front, was placed at rest beside Wellington, Nelson and others celebrated in the coun- come officers. try's history, in St. Paul's Cathedral. n Figures are not yet available regarding the results of the of the Belgian class of 1915 or regarding the call of volunFEINT AT WARSAW. teers, but it is known that the young men refugees in Holland, Petrograd, Nov., 19, (via London, 1:35 p. m.) The German England and France are responding with great readiness and in considerable force along the narrow battle front on the West bank of the river Vistula is regarned by Russian military observers as a feint at the city of Warsaw, the intention of which is California Woman Seriously moved and sent to an interior Alarmed. troops from their advance upon Cracow and dito draw Russian post, where there was no fightstract attention from the efforts of the Germans to establish a "A short time ago I contracted a ing. severe cold which settled on my lungs strongly fortified defensive line from Kalisz to Cracow. and caused me a great deal of annoy"Do not thank me," said the This plan also is calculated by the military authorities to re- ance I would have bad coughing Kaiser to the grateful father. lieve the German troops in East Prussia, now giving way along spells and my lungs were so .sore and inflamed I began to be seriously alarm- "It is I and your country that he entire line, by rendering-- a Russian further advance untenable. ed. A friend recommended Chambermust thank you for the great Despite this German Demonstration the converging lines of the lain's Cough Remedy, saysug she had sacrifice you have made. You Russian advance on the Austrian fortress of Cracow are steadily used it for years. I bought a bottle and it relieved my cough the first have done nobly, but at a great progressing, the Russians say, having now reached within twenty-ifiv- e night, and in a week I was rid of the price." y w. All Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under the. Law, if not Paid at once to-da- The Government mobil-izatio- Will Not carry Papers in thf Mail for Parties who Owe More -- than one Year old-fashion- miles of that point. The Austrians are steadily contesting' the Russian rand are taking advantage of every creek and hillock in any way available for defense, but the Russian columns in South Poland al ready have traversed the last river between them and the fortress of Cracow, The Russian troops form two fronts, one facing Cracow and the other facing the Carpathian Mountains, where yesteaday they reoccupied the approaches to two of the most important passes into Hungary. .GARMAN OFFICIAL REPORT. "" "TBerlin, Nov., 19 (via Marconi cold and soreness of my lung's," writes Mjss Marie Gerber, Sawtelle, Cal. offensive Ad For sale "by Paull Drug Co. rp. m.,) ay says: "The situation in West Flanders and in the North of France is unchanged. "A German aviation squadron encountered some of the en- -' emy's aviators while making a reconnoitering flight, and caused ?them to descend, one of them falling. One of our flying machines Vis missing. "A fierce French attack-i- the region of Servon, on the Western slope of the Argonne forest, was repulsed with heavy loss to the enemy. Our losses were small. "In the Eastern theater of the war the newly commenced are proceeding' ARTILLERY FIRE. "Paris, Nov., 19 (2:45 p. m.) The French official announce-megiven out by the War Office this afternoon says that yesterday saw in the North increased activity in artillery fire, particularly between the seacoast and the River Lys. There were no infantry attacks in this region. "Between the Oise and the Aisne, the operations in the vicinity had a termination very favorable for our troops. .of Tracy-le-Vjjt will be remembered that we took possession of this village sev- to-d: wireless telegraphy to London, 3 A German official communication given out in Berlin down and he looked in the book What has become of the mothers who used to to see what was the matter with pany him to his new post. He have a jar of fresh doughnuts it The book said, "Tickle the This, too, is War. carburetor valve," but Hank met the commanding general and standing in the cupboard? asked whether the Kaiser's com There are some towns where said he didn't want to make his Now and then in the midst of laugh, he wanted to mand had been reseived. the only excitement a feller kin oatmobile vague official dispatches and mor"Yes," replied the general, have is saving cigjtr coupons and make it go. tality statistics that the imag"but your son was killer ten min- reading the premium lists. Try This for your Cough. ination cannot grasp, there utes before the message was reIf some of those Russian gencomes a little human story that Thousands of people keep coughing ceived." erals would cut a few sections off because unable to get shows what the war means to the right remefrom their vestibule names shey dy. Coughs are caused by Inflama-tio- n the human beings engaged in it. It Really does Relieve Rheumatism would get into the papers of ten-e- r. of the Throat and Bronchial Here is one of them. Everybody who is afflicted with Tubes. What you need is to soothe Old Col. Von Koenig, retired, rheumatism in any form should by all means keep a bottle of Sloan's LinOld Pete Spivvins has put on this Inflamation. Take Dr. King's had five sons. Three of them iment on hand. The minute you feel Xew Discovery, it penetrates the delhis felt boots and will not take were in the German army at the pain or soreness in a joint or muscle, icate mucous lining, raises the Phlegm bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do 'em off until next spring. Ths and quickly relieves the congested outbreak of the war. The two not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost is taken to indicate for sure that membranes. Get a 50c bottle from younger ones immediately joined immediately right to the seat of pain, the colors. Three were killed in relieving the hot, tender, swollen feel- the pleasant weather is over for your druggist. "Dr. King's New Dis The colonel left at once for the front to greet his son and accomed the first advance toward Paris. A fourth fell fighting against the bat-.J;l- es ht Russians in East Prussia. The boys' mother was nearly insane from grief. The father, in spile of his Spartan army training, could stand no more. He went to Berlin, obtained an auditi.ce with the Kaiser and begged to have the fifth son remove.! from dander. Kaiser Wilhelm's heart was touched. He sent a message to the commander of ie division in which the boy was serving, di-recting that he should be- re L, ing and making the part easy and comfortable. Get. a bottle of Sloan's fiiniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it in the house against colds, sore and swollen joints, rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant "Ad. relief. Paull Drug Co. 1914. . Uncle Abner. Elmer Spink says he expects to lay aside his Palm Beach outfit as soon as he kin sell enough crayon portraits to buy a good $7 suit. It looks as though he might have to wear the Palm Beaches all winter. covery quickly and completely stopped ray cough" writes J. R. Watts, Floydale, Texas. Money back if not satisfied, but it nearly always helps. Paull Drug Co. Ad. London, Nov. 19, (3:22 a. m.). "A week ago." says the Daily The Ladies' Aid of the Hard The only fellers in this world Shell church expect to hold an who really know any this about oyster supper at the parsonage al - the war in Europe are the fel- next Saturday evening. Hank lers who are directing the thing, Tumms says "an oyster" is right. and it sometimes seems as thouerh A friend is the worst kind of they didn't know very much a fellow to borry money from. Lera Higgins' oatmobile broke about it themselves. Mail's Dunkirk correspondent, "the Germans noticed that the fire from the English warships spread the houses on the sea front at Middelkerke, whereupon they took up quarters in them. This fact became known to the British, who suddenly bombarded the houses from five ships at once. The German casualties were enormous, the dead being estimated at 1,700 " 4i- -r r..r. THE-AOJA- COUrt NEWS- - r: FREE I! a? FREE0 JX .W JADf! Y7 . What k J., Ifcl m m( j VT- i'mJmmimmKr''i jfiriwK&sA't'jr -- . an Arab will remove his shoes but not X his hat. He mounts his horse .. T snttNttj.w?9f.i. fjMci&TafJvZ, Ttl s&aS ms&J&FF upon the right side, while his kv. fcVHiawYi-TGr-. ZV 'tLOkSfc-OTSEElV$eBPmiKS&:K? a V9T7 tHJUH iNLM1E "Wi J5 :ttV5&:;Bsi-?tfroi;vaBE- r wife milks the cow upon the left j34?qr!ttTO4SKHRv TAofsxufy ss$ y cj m jii&L3f.ic. tajrc iwit-- jx v rtasiow && .v.zr' r bw11.'. ir7vvv tv ..'uyi.vk":'r w .xt7K ii K' &?TLirn-".hi side. In writing a letter he puts i rmmmfrmwtti'ttViW iaWpJlml2Zr&fiiz. nearly all the compliments on . m.raj vimca v 7, a si" rrsL tgs xsixcs7.HiBMr'f the outside. His head must be r ria'a 5 uiif jsr. . yic..M.isv.r, wrapped up warm, even in the "st atr. VM&.vT,bwariaB:awx-vvcvjssA.'i.rii'jm jm .? sff- 'Mav f&siV'&&-i;'i,tja:summer, while his feet may well enough go naked in winter. . 'd lifl-fc til ! " All About? . .. -- Customs olrthe Arab. On entering a house ESKIMO WHALE DANCE V -- -. tami .js. - "i cffmmrikki rmmmmmau r -- S" - Memoirs of Napoleon In Three Volumes The ! AS ihe whole world gone stark mad over a very foolish and trivial Are swords rattling, cannon rumbling, mailed armour GUfPiion? glisteni.i: t because Russia wanted to show her love for the little Jr?: brother bervia i i& I ear aside tlie curtain of Europe s politics and see v 'X&!0&& iM&f le STim an sinister game of chess that is being played. v r;- - jr r it? i: i ' Zsxyt S mc iiislu. j.caui ..1- .- u:.. y lives oi minions inav oe siuniit u. i ?,, TUT r7?, S- . X ' personal reminiscences of Baron de Meneval, for thirteen years private secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, UniK out, as no history can, many enlightening and i:ure:.U!ig side lights on the character of that greatest of 1 aders. De Meneval's descriptions have the piquancy ar d i.aerest possible only because he was an actual eye- iruest, of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. 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We vs ill give to you f dinner, but after the work-da- y Pb lOY? ? sr ar ai a is done he sits down to a hot Duruy's History of the, World meal swimming in oil or, better Four splendid cloth volumes, full of still, oiled butter. i- v& 9 ! . 1 portraits, sketches, maps, diagrams A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS Vcvil arrangement with the publishers of Collier's, The . ui Weakly, we are able to give these valuable and interesting i t.'iiioir! tree with a year's subscription to Collier's and this publi-cw:a: a price less than the lowest net cash subscription price of shtwo papers. Only a limited quantity of these Memoirs is c. a., j. ". however, so to get the benefit of this special offer you rn.i,i u t quickly. n, :&C35W3H Today is the climax of a hundred years of preparation. 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Wells, Hamlin Garland, . j.oVus R.rHiart, Henry Beach Needham, etc. It numbers :. . j its correspondents such men as Jack London, Arthur Ruhl, ... Con.iolly, and Henry Reuterdahl. j. . .. a for the whole family Editorials, Comments on t...u-- S Photographic News ot the World, Short and Serial ih? proplo. r, 'Get-Rich-Quick I: si-- tl'-;- Ia c iitorials are quoted by every paper in the Union. s lor the best interests of the greatest number of - ' I "HIS master of the Den thowt von the rtorr that wa, nrrfrr'. and the rrandeur ttit wis Rome's. He euides you through the Middle Ate. the picturesque old days of feudalism and the crusades ; . through the Renaissance up to contemporaneous history, which Prof. Review Grosrenor completes in brilliant manner. In the story of the psst of Revievrs, he the secrects of today. And you will understand them better when you cct the Review of Reviews for a yeas (or the Review of Re- 30 Irrini PL. New York: views will rne ou a sane interpretation of the erentsthat are taUng Send me. on rlace with such rapidity. It is not enough to read the daily ne s proval. charges paid Yourabiht) to comprehend conditions, and to discuss them ntionallv depends on a true interpretation of the meaning and the br you. Duruy's tory of the World la 4 why" of events. In your mind you must bring order volumes bound in cloth. out of chaoc and the Review of Review s v. ill do it for you. Also enter my nazte for ,he ReTiew OI Reviews for 1 t ff f his lordship has done. He rides a donkey when traveling, his wife walking behind. He laughs at the idea of walking in the lodge street, or even vacating his seat During the dance they feast on whale. The skin of the baleen whalb for a woman. If he be an arti- Is about an inch thick and looks liks between 12 rubber The solid san, he does work sitting, per- and the true flesh is bldbber about fourusually haps using his feet to hold what teen Inches thick. The black skin and the blubber, the latter cut to the thickness or the former. Is called moktut his hands are engaged upon. He drinks cold water with a spoon, but never bathes in it unless his home be on the seashore He is rarely seen drunk, is deficient in affection When Arctic Natives Feast and Pick Their Life Mates. A very primitive custom ot ttie of tbe Bering and arctic coasts Siberia, a custom that Oas comeof down from generations ot savage ancestors, ts tlie annual celebration of the whale dance, wnpn tne Eskimos-selectheir wives. When the sun moves southward at the end of the short summer seasoo-anthe ice closes up the northern seas the whales cume down to open water. Then, tn celebration ot catch, the ice dwellers assemble for the whale dance, which lasts twenty-on- e days. The great dance circle is prepared; and in the center the dancers. bott male and female, perform the most savage of evolutions and motions of rhythmless accompaniment tomtoms and weird beating of the chanting The dance songs tell of or the hunters and of of the tribe. The movements' of the women are surprisingly graceful, and they mean to show in their dance that, as daughters of a great people, they are possessed of all the qualities such women should havn. The men execute pantomimic scenes oi the hunt and go through all the motions of the kill. They spear the ice , bear, slay the walrus and seal with extraordinary contortions, vanquish the mighty whale. During the last days of the fearrt. when the time arrives for the selectJoo of husbands and wives, the man pe n forms his mate dance before the pantomlm-h- e he bus picked out. In promises to provide her generously with the fruit of the hunt, both foori-anfur. If she is pleased with hlnv Bhe walks out and dances her acceptance and shows how she will loots after the igloo. When they before each other they are married after the vutom of the tribe, anC" he leads her off to his walrus hide n&-jtives t d s to-th- e the-prowe- tfce-hJsto- anG-finally- wc-ma- d have-danc- ed J RE VIE W of , RE VIEWS IO" a Get tllC I CZX Stor.cs by the greatest writers of the day. Collier's - - - $2.50 Serial $1.00 Adair County News f combination price (he threc-ol- mi 'uiirur r Mnoirs of Nacoleon. tin------ (J j -- . a jJ iMoii .l c .o th;r office. If you are already r will be extended for a vear from its xAdair County News, Columbia, ZT '"TIT' Kentucky. Send the coupon only. '"f It brings the 'w whole set-- four volumes -c- harge. prepaid absolutely free. All we INO 0M CXK- 1 . a,k is that-a- fter vou re. therxlr, rd hkethem you send 25 cents v ' for shipping aid SI. 00 a rncnrh for three months o pa" fertile Ret lew of Ro lew If the books " en t ivn'tli no-- r t1 it ou pi for books and riaga7ine to-Jf , But be rrunpt. The y ifurr. enj rn ht L a vota r rxp.-:ibworil--d- e .. ": ill rnVe these 5.i0 ; .'ii- "TV'Zr"'". 'iTtol .r 6CDd 5Lr CLUJWn ch0.rfe,.5ead n'r "Ck f0m " W Uine. The Z bcauuf ul 3A leather set costs only a few cents r,ort of this luxurious twrUing. change ) . of Itrvicw3 Co., 30 Irvinr' Pi., ci- -s abuve to 5 months, or send SS.00 ca.j In faa i r IVlOney !? S?2l'lZ?T"i: ' tJ,"",hVtZ.l, shipping and fl per month for three months for p- ? - - and is considered a great delicacy, it is eaten raw and, although it sounds repulsive to the civilized ear. is most palatable. It has a flavor something like that of chestnuts. Youth's Companion Prime Numbers. f ,,"' 'f ts "' h.l. rr ..ne V"V " It might appear at tirst that every for his kinnumber can De divided by some numdred, has little curiosity, and no ber besides itselt and one; but many number? cannot, and if they cannot initiation, no wish to improve they are known as prime numbers. OS his mind. Cured of Liver Complaint. all the numbers having a value ot less prime. Of these that are are smaUer appear between than 100, twenty-on- e 100 and 200. sixteen between 200 ano than 1,000, there are 16!) twenty-si- x dom Saturday night and a fine Coughs iKill If You Let Them. Instead kill your Cough with DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY. It heals Irritated Throat and Lungs. Thousands in last 40 years benefited by time was reported. Coffey and wife were visiting at Mr. J. D. Hays' Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Andy We are informed that Mr. U. M. Grider, who now resides in Dr King's New Discovery Money Back If It Fails All Druggist 50c. and $1.00 and 400. suffering with liver com- 300. sixteen between seventeen between 400 and 5X, tour-teebetween 500 and Got), sixteen re plaint," says Iva Smith of Point tween COO and TOO. fourteen betwea-70Blank, Texas, "and decided to try a and 800, fifteen between 00 and 9C0 and fourteen Detween VJOU aud 25c bos of Chamberlain's Tablets, and 1,000. am happy to say that I am completely His Vacation. cured and can recommend them to evA woman had a uegro cleaning ths en one." For sale by Paull Drug Co. yard for her. His wife had been dead for several years So his employer Ad "I was iJlKi n Louisville, will move back to his farm here the first of the year. We welcome them back. Tit His Case Exactly. "When father was sick about six years ago he read an advertisement of Odds and Ends. The right of way of a railroad in Western Maryland last summer profusely bloomed for a distance of 28 miles all because a car carrying a shipment of flower seeds sprang a leak just before a copious rain. , seized a favorable moment ceeded to sound him. "John," she said, "you're steady man. Lots of women glad to have you. Why don't wife:--" and pro- a good, would ba you get e Craycraft. Chamberlaiii's,Tablete in the papers Miss Farmers have finished sowing that fit his case exactly," writes "Campbell of Ft. Smith, wheat, and have commenced Margaret purchased a box of them The best known materials the labor Ark. "lie toof master workmen the aid of the most gathering corn and stripping and he has not been sick since. My ingenious modern machinery have been bacco. sister had stomaoh trouble and was employed to make the Thornhill wagon. sale by Dr. J. S. Locke has been mak- also benefited by them." For The wheels are made with excessive Ad. Paull Drug Co care. For the spokes the manufacturers This is the "ThornhilF5 Wa Oil the Wagon that Must Make Good non-breakab- "Well. I tell you." he replied. "You know I was married seven years, an' I've got to have a rest-- " Indianapolis News. The Price of a Kid. Cordova is full of fun, says C. in hl "Quiet Days In Spain." and in the leismely pace of life there the observer has time to see and appreciate all of it. In the market one day a small boy with a big apron and a pompous manner was offering half of & small kid to a woman for a peseta. She objected that it was very tiny, and he fairly Bmothered her with: "Woman! Do yoiy want half a bull for a tenpence?" Bogue-Luffmann John leaned on his rake ed his head reflectively. and scratch, ing some very interesting health - talks in this community. Did you ever think how the EvThe bird and rabbit season is first lace came to be made? open now and the boys are after erything must have a beginning, and the origin of lace is indeed the game. Mr. S. I. Blair sold a sow and interesting. pigs to Mr. Dan Bryant for A romantic legend is told $14.00. among the peasants of Europe Mr. and Mrs, G. L. Blair were concerning the origin of lace. Mr. G. T. Bryant, who is doing carpenter work in Columbia, was ac home Sunday. How Lace was Made. use the finest hickory "machine driven to insure the right dish. The hubs are of oak," thoroughly seasoned and banded with double refined sable iron. The bolsters are of the best white oak. They have an iron plate at top and hot- torn, riveted through and through mul- tiplying their strength. The "Thornhill" has a malleable front hound plate that is braced to the hounds at all points. This is an exclusive "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the gears from ever getting out of line and causing hard pulling. "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with long sleeve malleable skeins that insure light running, and outA patent granted a Philadellast any other skein. Each skein is fitted to its axle with a Defiance maphia inventor does away with chine infallibly accurate. This machine insures the right pitch and tuck, makes overhead wires for street cars, light draft a certainty. j, power being supplied by contact The axles are of toughest hickory the steel axles of the best refined steel, points at the street level, which The sides of "Thornhill" beds are carry current only when a car is made of poplar. It costs the makers more but it holds paint better and gives over4them. better service. The practice of highwaymen Come in and see this wagon sold under a binding guarantee. parts of Europe of le J Is woman more interesting than mac or the reverse? Man varies more. He Which? in some Sold By yj WOODSON LEWIS QREE.NSBURG, KENTUCKY. t!e ci-cr- stretching wire ropes across visiting the latters parents at As the story goes, a lover who Russell Springs, Saturday and could offer his betrothed no costSunday. ly gift one day brought to her a Mr. Albert Blair attended the leaf which he had pluced in the funeral of his brother, Dr. Wil- forest. liam Blair, at Glensfork, last She accepted it.as a true tokweek. en of love and preserved it with Mr. John Holladay and wife care. In time the lover went were visiting the latters parents away to the wars, perhaps at this place Sunday. Hays, of Taylor coun- and never returned. The Thornhill Wagon is not the lowest priced but the best, pnd in the end ' roadstto stop automobiles has Natural Objection. led to the invention of an at"Why won't that rich old curraudg1 tachment for cars to catch such eon let his yeng wife pc in .imateur theatricals?" ropes'and lift them out, of the "Because the last time she took part way. has more genius in exceptional indi' insigbS vlduals, and less of genius-lik- e average person. He completes; in the woman endiires. He builds externally, she at home. He fights; she preserves. Our worthless opinion is that men ar more interesting than women, but that, woman is more interesting than man. Harper's Weekly. everybody raved about the way she acted a merry widow part." Baltimore .1 American. v Getting In the Picture. He goes on to add that the In"Some have greatness thrust upca-left of her hundreds them." piex'on and freedom from Dizziness. dian is" red because for "I know. They blunder nccIdentaMy-Int-o ? flIm."-KaCity Journal. years tcok needle and thread and tru.,! 'oritipar,ion, Biliousness, Headaches and perhaps thousands, of and Indigestion, take Dr. King's New , A Compromise., to codv the fairylike Ard he has taken into his system the Fond Hubby Jstarting down town) Life Pills. They drive out fermented red material in What will it be. love flowers or candy?. thus was made the first bit of iHJ( undigested foods, clear the Blood hemoglobin, or 'll compromise, dear. Yoa Mr. Carl the blood of animals which he ran send both Judge an( Cllre Constipation. Only 25c at The maiden prized the leaf real lace' ty, was visiting here last week. Nothing Is possible to him who' is ai has killed for food. Ad. PaullDruffCo. rays dreaming of his past possibilitiesi spelling at Free then as a sacred treasure, and There was a hw-veinin- when she found ont'. tro rini g An Arrive Liver Means Health. kl-- If 3 on want good health, a clear com nas we-b- . WIfle-We- ),r'7!' w THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS JHE ADAIR .JBOUHTY .MEWS last paper that was published in ing school about a mile and a Burkesville some years ago out of business with our letters.) So if you will have patience with me, I will give you a few happenings from this place. The first of which on my mind is the grand birthday dinner given by a lot (some 30 or more) of our good lady neighbors and friends of this community in honor of my wife, Mrs. T. T. Baker, on birthday, which her seventy-fir- st was on the 23rd inst. They came d baskets in early with of some of everything in the country that is nice and good to eat. In quantity, it seemed to me to feed a square meal to one whole side of starving Belgium and in quantity and quality the like of which has never been surpassed inx this part of the country. Well, while I am not surprised in a common way at any good thing that the women in this community may do at any time, because I know them and I know that there is nothing good that they can do that they ever turn their back on, but my wife and myself are both getting to be oldjf oiks now and hav ing never had anything of the kind to happen at our house before and wasnot even dreaming of such a thinglon this occasion, we were certainly carried off of our feet, as it were, this time, with surprise, and while we sure appreciate thejkindness and goodness in ourSneighbors coming in to see us and bringing us so many good and nice things to eat. Still, above all, we appreciate the good will and kind Christian spirit that prompted these folks, thatiwe are so proud to h?ve as our neighbors and friends to do this act and with many thanks and wishing each and all of them a long life and many happy birthdays on earth is our prayer. We have certainly had the prettiest spell of weather for the last ten or twelve days that I most ever saw to kill hogs and gather corn, andjwhich has been taken due advantage of by the people of this community. Lots of both accomplished and by the way I am satisfied that a larger yield of corn was neyer made on Crocus creek than the one of this season. Mrs. Nannie Cole, wife of Jimmy Cole, The Adair County News man, (as we call him) has been very sick for the last three weeks and for a while her recovery was thought to be doubtful, but she is better at this writing and it is thought now that she will get well-fille. Published Every Wednesday by the - Adair County NewslCompany. ( Incorporated.) SHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. ln-In- Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adilr and adjacent counties. et metered at the Columbia class mall natter. Subscription price Post-offi- ce as ?1.00 per year. WED. DEC ""In 2, 1914 ed- last week's issue on our itorial page, we published an article from JudgeJH. C. Baker in regard to the position this county should take toward its public roads. It had the right ring and cameras an endorsement of The iNews in its efforts to secure better roads. It would be gratifying, if the leading citizens throughout this county would join in the movement for building good roads, and since the State offers help to every county we hope that others will give expression throuehThe News. If you have not read Judge Baker's article, look up your paper of last week and give it the attention it justly merits. If you want thisjeounty to pay into the State road fundi and not draw anythingjfrom it,we offer you half from here, for the last two years, at least Mr. Brockman's two children have been riding him there to school for that time and he has learned well and fast in his way, and after the children commenced to ride him to school he soon learned to slip the bridle, but they noticed at once that he wouldn't offer to go off from the school grounds. So all this summer they don't offer to hitch him to anything, but on arriving at the school house every morning, they take the whole rig off of him and turn him loose, and he stays around and eats grass all day until 4 o'clock in the evening, which is breaking up time. Then if school has not turned out, he will go to the school house door or window and poke his head in and stand there and nod it until the teacher dismisses school, and nobody can drive Tom avvay from the place as long as those two children remain there, and the teacher now, in order to keep the correct time of day, sets her watch by Tom's time and is always satisfied that she carries correct time. The good folks of this town and community are building a nice Christian church at this place, and have it- under good headway to be finished very soon It will be large and roomy and constructed and built and fur-nished throughout according to all the modern improvements pertaining to a first-clas- s church modern times and when finished will be a credit to any town - I 4 4 Lindsey-Wilso- n A Training School 4 Safe Place to Put Your Children : jJZA'Z.m?j mm.-.- - . nfinfT i 3nwfe - Z'H-TV'- - ' (SSi&v . -- &fe'? j m Mi .'iiWfc m jtmmseSjtfFmiakJzvfZM,?. iv t .mrv&zerxs ' - ' il V&&'. .. r.mm t. ur- -. MWwrBPiHHffll iSaMSi&iM 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. new-comers COURSES OFFERED. Training School Music Normal Expression Bookkeeping Intermediate Primary Shorthand and Typewriting For further information address, the space to state'your position. believe in building roads let us hear fromjyou. If you : Logan Helm, the colored man, who was condemned to be electrocuted has won a commutation and will be given a life sentence. It was broughtabout in this way: The condemned man was very much in sympathy with starving Belgium. He went among the prisoners in the Louisville jail and made up a purse of money for 4 4 lXTrvciGi J.VXVVJVJ Q-LA OVtonrllr V11C111U.1V1 Columbia, Kentucky. ., 4 4 4 4 4 FARMERS PICKETT We and shippers of TOBACCO TOBACCO INDEPENDENT Special Notice ! Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Established WAREHOUSE i i the suffering! poor in Belgium, and for this act of humanity Gov. TJcCreary commuted tence. Amen. his sen- 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. Woodson Le Greensburg, Ky. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick KY. Up to this writing Hon. E. J. McDermott.of Jefferson county,is the only Democrat who has formally announced his candidacy for Governor. There are eight or ten other gen tl em en whose names have been prominently mentioned in connection with the race, several of whom have Btated that they will formally announce about the first of the coming year. A number of candidates have come to the front for subordinate positions. BRIDGES &COMPAiNY, Correspondence Solicited Incorporated, Proprietors LOUISVILLE, The cattle plague is spreading in Kentucky, especially in the Blue-Grasection. It has also struck Barren county, as Mr. D. ss T. Curd, who lives at Cave City, and who was here last Sunday, was notifiedgby his wife to come home; that the authorities had decided that some of his cattle were disseased, and would be killed. Mr. CurdSleft for home. In the next national House of Representatives the Democrats will have forty-on- e majority over the Republicans, and thirty-on- e over all parties. Is not that a sufficiency to do business? In the Senate the Democrats have a majority of fourteen. Amandaville. 9 6 The Thanksgiving entertain20c ment at Conover school-hous- e was largely attended. We felt Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. to have Supt. Huffaker honored Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods with us. We thank the boys, who so generously bought the subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. well. candy and wish we had had more We are waiting for Attorney for them. Ed and Charley Cole, of this A full. Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill Geueral Garnett to say whether Miss Carrye Willon visited community, who were called a Wagons. "Satisfaction or your money back." he wants to be the next Govern- Miss Ocey Epperson Thursday, few weeks ago to the bedside of Don!t forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth their brother, Billie Cole, of Hen- or, we are ready to do the work. night. ing, both at old prices. rietta, Texas, (who was then Mr. H. J. Conover has a nice Prompt Action Will StoP Your Cough. very sick), have returned home dwelling-housunder construc-tion.neWe have not taken the Wsr in Europe as an you first catch a cold (often When and report him much improved, his old residence. but say they don't want any of indicated by a sneeze or cough,) break Excuse to ask Advance on Anything Gathering corn and working it up at once. The idea that "lb does Texas in theirs. not matter" often leads to serious in timber is the order of the day Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Mr. Thomas Yates, who left complications. The remedy which in this neighborhood. nere some t years or more ago, immediately and easily penetrates the Lime for this month, only 90c. Miss Hattie Royse has returned and went with his mother and lining of the throat is the. kind defrom her visit to Missouri. the rest of her family to Clare- - manded. Dr. King's !New Discovery soothes the irritation, loosens the more Oklahoma to live, is back phlegm. You feel Your Cold Is Dangerous better at once. To-morron a visit and reports that they "It seemed to reach the very spot of Break it Up- - Now. are all well satisfied and doing my Cough" is one of many' honest Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than catching! A runI am using BeeDee other farm animals. In order to insure thorough well. "Lon's" many friends testimonials. 50c at Paull Drug Co's. A Cold is readily digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOCK MEDICINE with susceptible to Germs. mj horses regularly and down system is horses readier for next day's work, add to their find it a savins proposition Ad and relations are all glad to see on feed. It also makes yourself and others of e or community. This is as it should be. because we have a good country and lots of good people in it and we have been needing a good church here for lo these many days and there is nothing that speaks plainer and better for a community than good churches, good schools and good roads and when you get into a community of this kind you may know that you are in God's country and not be afraid to lay down and sleep anywhere. occurred in Columbia last Wednesday. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Nancy Roy, and one of our best girls. The groom is a son of Mr. Sam Reece. The couple have the best wishes of the writer. and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c " .. 7 " . 6 6 9 " .. " . g JS " " " ' " " " " 26 32 32 39 39 4 " " ISc . . 2Qc "" "" " 18c " 22c ar Ready for ow ? y him. Mr. G. W. Brockman, of this It has been quite a while since place, has a little bay pony horse I have written anything for pub- by the name of Tom, that he lication in a paper (not since Joe got from Judge Herriford some .Huddleston and myself run the yeara ago, that has been attend and Mr. You owe it to koy. your household to fight the Germs at is once. Dr. Bell's fine for Colds and Coughs. lb loosens The people of this community the Mucous, stops the Cough and were surprised to hear of the soothes the Lungs. It's guaranteed. marriage of Miss Mary E. Roy Only 22c at Paull Drug Co. Ad Pine-Tar-Hon- evening feed a teaspoonful of Beejjce . It will them healthy, thriving and dean. Ira Johnston. medicine R.F.D.No.1, O'Neill. Nebr. lessen your feed bills. It will Increase your profits. 25c, 50c and $1. per cam At yoar dealer's. P.B.1 Gordon Reece, which - - -- i. -- ml V TJT? ATA1lr PnifMTV NTT?WQ Personals: I. C. Ramsey and W. B. Bertram, of Monticello spepfe last Jweek in Columbia J Mrs. Geo. H. Nell and her daughter, Miss Creel, spent a day or two of last week in Louisville. Mr. Ernest Harris was in Louisville a few days of last week. Mr. W. R. Lyon was here, taking orders, a few days ago. Mr. W. P. Nunnally called to see our druggists last week. Mr. .T. P. Tunstill. of Lawrenceburg, a tobacco man, was here a few days since. Mr. R. A. Thompson, of Lebanon, traveling for a wagon manufacturing concern, was in Columbia a few days Messrs. - Graded and High School Honor Roll. SENIORS. SI . II r JJ VMONPLACE DOES NOT x A1TOBNI.-Y-AT.LA- 'jj COLUMBIA. KENTCdvY. Will Practice in all'the Courts. 0!fice:-- ln , ' rjles . Holladay, Walker r Rollin Hurt's Olfii - Clay "Smith Letta Dunbar Cary Rosenfield. FRESHMAN mWBip. ' ' Banks Hancock Letitia Paull Anna Eubank Grace Huffaker Cary Feese Shreve Davis. EIGHTH GKADE. f' HENRY W. DEPP, DEisrirtsa? Am permanently located in lumbia. All Classes or' Co- We make a point Of selecting pieces that will interest the most Critical woman in the most critical neighborhood In the world yours: Rings, Brooches, LaVallieres, Bracelets and other baubles that dainty women love are included in our ? Yes, we have that, and hers, too. assortment. Her up-to-da- Dental work done. Crown Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty All Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lwe's Yera Taylor Alonzo Summers. SEVENtn GRADE Mary nughes Grocery Store te ago. Mr. W. H. Irvine, returned home middle of last week from Russell birth-stone- Springs. Dr. G. T. Simpson, of Breeding, was here a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Myers, Monti-cello, Frances Reed Kinnaird Rowe Corrinne Breeding Ii. fl. JOflES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentlbt ears experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. Ruth Wilson Cecil Dunbar. SIXTH GRADE, If New York has anything on us when it comes to Jewelry, we want to know it. Want to look? are visiting their parents in this place. Mr. Paul Waggener is spending a few days at home. Mrs. Coleman Finn, who lives in nhe Tutt addition, was seriously ill last week. Mr. J. B. Barbee spent a few days at home last week. Mr. Emmit Goode, Casey Creek made a business trip to Columbia last Stewart Huffaker Bessie Helm Lillian Logan ' Nellie Simms. riFTn GRADE. Murray Ball, The Jeweler. 7N Robert Neat Anna Dean Virginia Smith Mary Summers Bertha Yates. FOURTH GRADE. Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing A Test fOr Liver complaint Mentelly UnhaPpv Physically Dull Bugsy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing neaUy done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specfa Friday. Mr. A. G. Payton, of Lexington, was Friday. Mr. W. T. Montgomery, Danville, was here a few days ago. Mr. W. A. Coffey returned from Louisville Sunday night, leaving his wife in an improved condition. Mr. Spencer Emerson and Jas. H. Emerson, Irvin's Store, were here Monday. Mr. Frank at the Hancock notel, Marshall Paull Mabel Rosembaum James Frankum. TniRD GRADE. Frances Russell. secondJgrade. Cecil Mae Kearnes Frances Browning Sinclair's condition is the same as reported last week abut Mr. Finis Strange, Rugby, is reported quite ill, a victim of appendi citjs. Mrs. L. W. Bennett, who has been seriously ill for several days, is thought to be a little better. Dr. II. W. Depp spent last week in Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Hovious returned to Columbia last Monday night, and have taken room at the Hancock Hetel Mrs. Willie B. II inesandher daughter, Margaret, were in Louisyille last week, to attend the marriage of Mrs. Hine's brother, Mr, Charles Moorman. Mr. and Mrs. Yeston nolt, James, town, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCandless. Also Flowers, of Gradyville. Mrs. Lucile Winfrey. FIRST GRADE. Anna Menzies Louise Grissom Bascora Willis Clyde Hudson The Liver, sluggish and inactive, ppy first shows itself in a mental state-unhaand critical. Never is there joy in living, as when the Stomach 2 and Liver are doing t eir work. Keep your Liver active and healthy by using Dr. King.s New Life Pills; they empty the Bowels freely, tone up your Stomach, cure your Constipation and purify the Blood. 25c at Paull Drug Co. Bucklen's Arnica Salve excellent Afor Piles. i Nell & McCandless 1 keep The zS A.T attention to Dorse Sboeinjr. Prices right aod satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & 2f. Depot1! PHONE N'O. 73 B Eagle Stock Candy 7 CENTS The Grocery Mixed Candy ; W JEFF PARSON, CampbcHsville, Ky. 4 00 Ginseng 25 Beeswax Important Notice to Teachers. 3 25 Yellow Rooi... 3 Judge J. C. Carter, of Tompkins-ville- , I have received a circular letter from pjay Apple (per lb) special term of cir- Sunt. Barksdale Hamlett dated Nov. who held a cuit court at Jamestown, was in Co- 13, 1914, in which he advises the CounKeep it Handy for Rheumatism. lumbia last Thursday, en route home. ty Superintendent tojhave prepared a Mr. W. B. Hansford, of Somerset, sJt of questions covering the Common :Xo use to squirm and wince and try part of School course of study, and to mail to to wear out your Rheumatism. It visited Columbia the latter last week. Friday he called and paid each teacher a copy of this set. These will wear vou out instead. Apply- his respects to The News, having at questions are to be kept sealed till the Need not one time been engaged in the printing day of examination and then opened some Sloan's Liniment let it penetrate all in the presence of the pupils by the rub it in-j- ust business. Mrs. J. R. Crawford and her daught teacher, who shall then give a written through the allected parts, relieve the er, Miss Lena, of Winchester, are visit-in- ? examination to those pupils only that soreness and draw the pain. You get their many friends in Columbia. have completed the seventh and eighth ease at once and feel so much better They arrived the iirst of last week, grades of school work. The teachers go right out and tell othhome of Miss Minnie are to grade the work of the pupils and you want to RayJFeese Davis Wilson Joe Russell John Ingram Milton Grissom Linnie Bohannon Josie Franklin Pearl Janes Lillian Willis Ira Hutchison Harlan Judd Nathaniel Tutt William Kearnes. Local MarKet. To-da- y. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks 50 8 8 00 5 7 r z. r KS .AT 7 CENTS It is Fresh, and the Teachers of the County are cor-aially invited to call at their store. Box Candies, the Freshest that is manufactured, in ; 5 J. B. Stoxe J. H. Stone ;3 j Stone & w Stone, Attoney-At-La- great abundance. :25 Will praclice in this and adjoining counties. Many articles suitable for Christmas Presents. s Jamstown, -- . Kentucky They Are Going: Come Early. f Turkeys Geese Ducks 2 C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON spring clipping. Hides (green) Feathers Wool 28 12 45 iiiiaaiaiiaiaiiuitiitiiiauuiiauiiiiiiiiitituiiituiiituiiui VETERINARY Porter r " Big Inducements At yfel vJ-df-Z WBt rw CASEY JONES' STORE Special Prices on Rain Coats, Clothing, Shoes and Rubbers. Special Fistulo, Attnetin to Eyes al Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any sur-ricwork done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon j due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION-NE- AR ED ON BUKKSY1LLE HUGHES' RESIDENCE, STREET. stopping at the Triplett. Messrs. W. R. Tuggle, Ralph Patton, Lisle Stokes, Fred Denney, Charles Gamblin, make up the Monticello Basket ball team that played successfully here last Thursday and Friday nights. Mr. and Mrs. Syivanthus Wilson, Russell Springs, were here last Wednesday, en route to Norton infirmary, Louisville. Mrs. Wilson went to be treated for a nervous trouble, she having been afflicted for several months. Miss Julia Blakeman and her brother, Robert, daughter and son of Dr. nd Mrs. R. I. Blakeman, arrived last Wednesday night, from Indianapolis. Dr. L. F. Page, same city, reached here Friday afternoon. Misses Emma Yories, Margaret Pat-toAlma Tate and Grace Mohoney, Monticello, came over Friday, to of witness the game of basket hall at Friday night. They Lindsey-Wilsoaccompanied by Mr. John Patwere ton. Mr. A. R. Yeiser. of Owensboro, an uncle of Dr. W. F. Cartwright, visited here last week, ne is a son of Phil Yeiser, who once lived in this town, who was a tanner, and his place of business was near the gate leading to Scott Montgomery's residence. Mr. G. W. Brockman, of Amanda ville, was here last Friday in the in terest of a Christian" church building now in course of construction in his town. He was accompanied by Mr. Tuggle. who is the contractor. The church will be completed by the first of April, 1915. Mr. and Mrs Cosby McBeath and little son, Jo: Mancel Roy, Charles Bertram, Marshall Stone, Hugh Rankin, Harry Tate, Marian H. Miller, Lewis Stokes, Orvid Eades, Hedrick, J. E. Shadoau, Hngh Ram, sey, Clyde Ragan-- W. L. Tate, Prof C. O. Ryan, Superintending, came over and, backed the Monticello basket ball team. n, send the paper to the Superintendent. At the same time the teacher should recommend in writing to the Superintendent only such pupils as she deems competent to pass on the basis of the pupil's answers and upon teacher's recommendation all pupils who make the required averages will be entitled to free tuition in the County nigh School and will be awarded promotion cards showing that they have completed the common school course er sufferers about Sloan's. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of Paull Drug Co and have it in the ho use against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. Buy a bottle Ad to-da- Apsley Rolled Edge Rubbers for only 50c per pair. Big Line of Bed Blankets and Comforts. urveying Land Owners Attention. Buy your Buggy Harness here and save $2.50 per set. r. C. Faulkner, is prepared to dc n, on December lGth and 17th. In order to pass a pupil must make a general average of not less than 75 per cent , and must not fall below fiO per cent' on any one branch. There is a great need for more boys and girls to stay in school till they complete the eighth grade of the com mon school course. Then there is an urgent need for many more boys arid girls in the County nigh School. There ought to be at least six times as many pupils in the County High School as there are. Let the people awake to the importance of keeping their children in school till they secure an education that will, in a measure, fit them for the duties of active life. We must have more children in regular attendance at school. I desire the examinations to be held Death of Archbald Skaggs. The subject of this notice died in the Milltowu country, this county, last Tuesday night. Ilis whole life was spent in that community, save the time he spent in the army. lie served in the 13th Kentucky Cavalry, Federyears old, al army, and was seventy-sithe 18th of this month. In politics, he was a Democrat, rnd voted at every election since he reached his majority He left a great many relatives. . x V Nir K . J -- III your Surveying correctly. years He has thirty-thre- e experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or write r. C. Faulkner, Every outdoor sport invites your Columbia, fC.- KODAK M Residence Phone-1- 3 B Business Pho el3 J Cole Camp. ft t Add to the winter's pleasures DR. J, N. MURRELL in Jeffries Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cheatham, and Misses Mae Brockman and a Kodak or Brownie. We have' just what you want. Developing and Printing carefully done with DENTIST Office, Fr,ont rooms BTd'g -- DolHe Elliot spent Saturday night Respectfully, Tobias nuffaker, Supt. and Sunday with Mrs. Tom Cheat ham. Marriage Licenses. Mr. Thomas Yates, of Clare-morOklahoma, is visiting relThe following were issued from the Adair County Clerk's office during the atives and friends in this neighmouth of November: Kobert Bell to Maud Stone. J. B. Dickson to Gracie E. Parson. Jas. S. Hovious to Sallie C. Walker. Robert Kerr to Laura Bryant. Murray Ball Columbia, up Stairs. - Kentucky e, wood chopping one day last week Mrs. Annie, Ruth and Joe Ba- ,E.. Misses Lora Fletcher and Mary Hale and Miss Price, of Burkes- borhood. Holland were s h o p p i ng at ville, spent Sunday with Mrs. T. Baker and family visit Amandaville, Wednesday. A. 0. T. Baker. ed relatives at Breeding Sunday. C. R. Thomas, who has been Shelby ITord to Bettie Monday. Mrs. Nannie Cole, who has sick for several weeks, is able to Charley Cole is building a new G. C. Beece to Mary Boy. been very low with pneumonia barn on the W. H. Cole farm. be out again. . For Sale: a good 3 year old Jersey fever for the past few weeks, is J F. Neat. slowly improving. , cow. Mr. Gilliam Baker, Miss Madie Uncle Jim Morrison gave a 4-- 2t ker Thomas spent Thursday at Mrs. C. C. Fletchers. Miss Mary Holland visited Miss Cora Fletcher last Wednesday night s THE ADAIKIGOUNTYSNEWS Mt. !.- - Pleasant. I keep on hands a full stock of caskets, and robes. I also keep NIGFTUNTO DEATH By coffins, ALVA R. HUNTINGTON Sunday School at this place is Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and progressing nicely with Mr. J. two hearses. Prompt service night or L. Hutchison as superintendent. day. Kesidence Phone 29, office pl owe Is are Basis of Child Health itnees of physical disorder. The careful mother, who watches losely the physical peculiarities of her aldren, will soon discover that the ost important thins in connection with child's constant Rood health is to keep .e bowels regularly open. Sluggish wels will be followed by loss of appe- ite, restlessness during slep, irrita- ulity and a dozen and one tnailar evi- too powerful for a child. The homes of Mrs. Cnrrif McDonald, 103R Trigg Ave.. ?.Icmphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Griffith, Vecl'dale. Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup repslh, and with them, as with thousands of others, thero is no substitute for this grand laxative. It is really more than a laxative, for it UflDETAKEl?."; beld in terror. The man on the box kept a firm hand on the reins and pushed with all his strength with his right foot on the break. There was a lessening of the speed, but would it be reduced sufficiently to go safely round the curve: The hearts of those whose lives were at stake were throbbing in time with the jumping of the horses. When the turn was reached the velocity w s etill so great that there was little hoi e. The women recommenced to shriek. "Stop that!" said the driver. "You excite nhe horses." The cries ceased. There was no sound except what came from the horses' hoofs and the creaking of the coach, while every one held with a tight grip to his seat and looked with straining eyes at the gulf before him. The driver guided the horses as near the rock on the inner side as he dared, for should he hit it the coach would be knocked over the precipice. Notwithstanding his effort so great was its swing when it made the turn that n hind wheel slid over a slope few feet from the edge. The driver gave yell to the horses and threw the long lash of bis whip among them with a crack. Every animal gave a jump, the 11 . time when the country was developing, and instead of the iron horse, with its train' dashing along at the rate of fifty miles an hour, the stagecoach lumbered at the rate of five or sis. One of these coaches left Denver one morning, struck the mountains at Golden City, mounted to the highest point and moved on downward and upward alternately toward Georgetown. On the top of the coach a gentleman and his family were enjoying the scenery. The driver sat on his box trying to keep awake, for he had been drinking, while beside him sat a young man whose costume denoted that he was a resident of the region. The coach reached tjie top of an ascent, and the road in front wound downward in one of those fiequent dips in the mountains. It had begun the descent, and the young man sitting beside the driver, noticing that he had failed to put on the brake. looked aside at him to see what it meant The fellow was asleep and had not only failed to "brake." but had let go his hold on the reins, which were now down on the pole. A punch in the ribs awoke the driver, who, seeing the reins dangling from the pole and the coach rolling rapidly down the crooked road, jumped from his seat, preferring rather to be injured by a fall on the stony road than to e burled over a precipice he knew to be at a turn farther down. There were shrieks from the women passengers, while the men were paralyzed. But among the latter there was one exception. The young man left alone on the box let himself down on the pole, gathered up the reins, climbed back on to the box and put on the brake. The horses were by this time bo wild and the speed so great that it was very difficult to control the one and lessen the other. Not an eighth of mile distant was the turn in the yoad, with a gulf a thousand feet deep on one side. The cries and shrieks had ceased with the effort thus far made to regain control, and every eye was fixed on the danger ahead, every breath trans-mississip. It was at a The farmers throughout this 1 yr section are through making sorghum, and are busy gathering Ad 45-- h one 98. J. F. Triptettj Columbia. Ky. corn. Harmon and family have moved from the place known as the Bruce Callison farm. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Vaughan will move in same just vacated by Mr. Harmon. Mr.- - Mont Daily 11 the child a teaspoonful of Dr. C s' Svrup Pepsin at nipht on' retir'....- - and! repeat the dose the following- - n.t;ht if! necessary more than that will scarcely! be needed. You will find that the child will recover its accustomed good spirits at onco and will eat and sleep normallj. Courier Journal over salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar things, which are altogether i on This remedy is a vast improvement contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, lHer and bowels so that after a brief use of it all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of thi3 remedy before buying it in the regular of a drmrgist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (familv size) can l;ne a sample bottle sent to the home f'ee of charge by simplv addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 103 Washington St., Monticc!! j. 111. Your name and address v 1 keep constantly o hands a nice lin if Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and Lo- - iadies Robes, also a nice Hurse. ation over Cumberland Grocers Co., Columbia, Ky." Phone 52 A. a Dost.il wd will du. J. S. Jones. John, Bettie and Sallie Butler visited at Mr. J. B. Smith's the latter part of the week. Misses Mary Young and Stora Birdseve view ot our Plant $6.00 a ear Sunday PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and vervweak. T had snpll? whpn IrrmlrJ hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 mmui.es. siy doctor coma not neip me, out x was completely cured, by Hutchison were the pleasant guests of Mrs. H. W. Cundiff, one night last week. Miss Rena Cundiff visited Miss Nellie Butler recently. Mr. W. B. Dickerson, of Dunn-vill- e DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. Courier Journal - J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. 50c AND was the very pleasant guest of Miss Stora Hutchison the latter part of the week. Mr. Ed Butler made a business trip to Louisville last week and while there purchased a Ford i'-v-..,. jcarcrj" e $2.00 afear "Largest m Dixie" V. Best Natioual News tt J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated - f - 3 -- zf M k.' S j O' r r-- " " louring car. "Mr. R. D. Hutchison has a sup- Louisville, Kentucky. ! 1. tninacli, litati A!-to, "I war. si'tTcroyf-o-- .i zw i.".i ,.:u n..; -- . ply of turnips, something near 100 bushels. The drummers still call on our merchants Cundiff & Butler. We are "" State News Local News Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHING IN WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, ; liver und!.l.hieysctiit uoc vo.-j- c but four bottles of JL:ect.,tC iJiUfr aev .asu ' made me fas' J'ke r.i. .wO 4.iil i ii PRICE 53 CIS. i Af L ORtJG HOSES. " t OVER very sorry to say that Mr. T. P. Cundiff has stopped school to take care of his "nubbins." We understand he has a very extensive crop. Murrell Bros., have just completed a very large stock barn for M. Claud Callison. We are having a fine school at this place, under Mary Young. She is liked by all her pupils. Mrs. S. C. Hood and daughter spent one day last week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd. Market Reports Foreign News ti (t Political News of HOOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized ijsnsB quickly wccrt.un :ir cj free InveMjon is prMl "y rii''"'iKle- it-- EXPERIENCE 65 YEARS' Anyone einl!nc s yietrh w ij dcscriptlr w.ie-i.er Designs Copyrights &c. 1 .il. Trade Marks hit an sent free. Oldest asency f .. I'.itents taken throuuh .Mann. & Co. receive special notice, without charge, lu tl s HA'.uEOOK cni cal3 r sccunup pu:ent. ( Everything and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Scientific A handsomely illustrated weekly. culation cf any pcientlUc Journal, year: four months, $1. 3oullyall fcrsxch Office. G3 Bnaiesti T.rize-- ; "ir.i" 13 a :a:err. cir- t for Everybody fflLINN&Co.364BfosdNcvvYork P SL. WashlDuton. I. C Are you interested in what is Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated 112-11- iaking place dayEbyday all over Miss Rena Cundiff is spending the week end with her sister, ihe world? If you are you NEED Mrs. Henry Ingram, near ColumTHE COURIER-JOURNAbia. L. CO- - Are You a Woman ? 6 Eaat Maket Street Between First and Drooh safety. The final effort caused the horses to break forth again, and again they must be brought under control. But now the road was comparatively straight and soon the Inclination began to lessen In a few rilnutes the bottom of the dip was reached, and the coach was brought to a standstill. Then the driver was infolded in the arms of those on the outside of the coach, both men and women. An hour later the coach drove up to the hotel at Idaho Springs and all alighted. The gentleman who was traveling with his wife and family took the driver aside for a private inter-view- . "You have saved the lives of a coach load of persons." he said, "including myself, my wife and family. Had it not been for your coolness and courage we would all have met with a frightful death. What can I do for you? I'm rich and my fortune Is at your dis- rheel came back on level ground, and the rest of the turn was made in Little Miss nRoberta Butler is suffering with a severe cold. If there is an agent in your J.ouis:3ie- - Ky, one The little daughter of Mr. and town give him'a trial order Mrs. James Hood has been quite with Sunmonth Daily sick for the past few days, but is some better. day 75 cents. 50-cent- i Wi le Woman's Tsoso i I 5 ib rno ?Kit omlu tun I 3T Ki n :ll II" nnt:i?2?cT?J unuscioi-- t to Bankrupt the Doctors. A prominent Uew York physician How If there is no 'agent in your WWII Kn , """I H"ll ?4 posal." I "You owe me nothing, sir," said the young man, with a British accent Ad "My own life was In jeopardy. In saving myself I saved the others." TheJBritish admiralty is con- NAL has been discontinued, "You could have left the coach as the cowardly driver did." templating theirconstruction of a To this the young man made no but FARM- AND FAMILY, a reply. fachugefloating "Come," resumed the gentleman: "anything you ask that Is in my power tory, capable of carrying out al- most excellent illustrated monthly to grant shall be granted." The young man hesitated, then said: most anylkindjtof repairs to war "I don't belong here; I came from vessels'that can be done without magazine, is a worthy successor. 0 England. You know the younger sons ta England must shift' for themselves. The price is only 25 cents a year. came t thjs country, where I am not known, and can turn my hand to anyIn a new electrical smoke thing. Being fond of horses. I drove a Ask for a' sample copy. etage. I have left that and am going abatement device he particles of Tip to Georgetown to start on a prossoot arefcombined so that they pecting tour." Courier-Journ- al Company But the young man's plans were weigh enough to fall back into changed. He went to the east en tered the banking house of the man a bin as they are charged by INCORPORATED whose life he 'saved and Is now wealthy. He says that be went just current ledfcthrough; fine wires Bear enough to the edge of a predpic? Louisville, Ky. to forrnna Mrlthorir froinrr rvrw y at he top of a smokestack. .rz eraattr self-'contained says, "It it were not for the thin stock- town give order to the paper in ings and "thin soled shoes worn by women the doctois would probably be which this advertisement apbanKrupt." "When you contract a cold do not wait for it to develop into pears (you may get a special club pneumonia but treat it at once. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is in- bing rate,) or sand the order ditended especially for coughs and colds, and has won a wide reputation by its rect to the Courier-Journa- l. cures of these diseases. 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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- dry-dockin- g. . The AdainCounty News, Columbia, Ky. office. w J?HEDAIR COUNTY NEWS COULD SCARCELY WELL DRILLER EARLY WAR BULLETINS. naval battle between German and Russian fleets. j WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- believe 1 would have died cent Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. taken it. I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. See me before contracting. Latest improved machinery of all kinds. if' I hadn't Pump Repairing Done. Give was me a Call. re- Berlin, Nov. 19 (via London,' Berne, Switzerland, Nov. 19 1:34 p. ra.). The Cologne (via Paris, 1:09 p. m.). About publishes a dispatch from 200 Americans, the last party of Sofia, Bulgaria, saying that sevstranded tourists, prevented by eral thousad Russian officers and the war from returning home, soldiers have appeared in Servia. departed toGa-ze- te A Gambler Prince By DONALD CHAMBERLIN After I began taking Cardui I greatly helped, and all three bottles lieved me entirely. J. C. YATES I fattened up, and grew so much conditions it would be impossible for Russia to send troops to the assistance Under present Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like an- three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincenl, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. 1 also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and He down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly other person altogether." Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. s THE LOUISVILLl TIMES Write to: Chittanooza Medicine Co.. Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooza, Tenn., for Special Inbook. "Home structions on your case and Treatment for Women." sent In plain wrappar. J-- Dirigo. at this place to Melvin Petty, for a consideration of. about eight Old winter Bet in sure enough hundred dollars. yesterday afternoon, and by Haskin Stapp bought of J. C. mghtfallhad covered the ground Royse three heifers for $145. with two inches of snow. Sheriff S. H. Mitchell was in Millard Stotts has moved in V with his father, Hiram Stotts, and Eldridge 3totts moved to the house vacated by Millard. T. B. Williams moved to the house vacated by Eldridge. There was some excitement in this community late yesterday afternoon, when a telephone message reported that the dwelling house of Joe Pelston and most of the household effects had been destroyed by fire, but an investigation proved the report false. The top of the house had caught fire, but the fire was extinguished before much damage had been done. this community two days last week. A horse belonging to G. W. Stotts fell into a gully and broke its neck one day last week. A number of the young men of this section have formed a partnership, and will embark in the show business within the near future The concern will be headed by J. S. Campbell and will be known as "Campbell's Great Educational Show." The program will consist of music, vocal and instrumental, negro The heirs of the late G. G. dialect, comic clowns, and the Campbell sold the Campbell farm ' drama. Tar Honey. It soothes your irrated London, Nov. 19, (2:38 a. m.). air passages, loosens mucous and FOR 1914 A dispatch to the Morning makes your system resist Colds. Give BRIGHTER, BETTER, Post from Sydney, N. S. W., the Baby and the Children Dr. Bell's Honey. It's'fguarauteed to says Japan has notified Great Pine-Ta- r BiGGER THAN EVER Britian of her readiness to band help them. Only 25catPaull Drug THE REGULAR PRICE OF Ad. over the Mershall Islands and Co. other German Islands in the PaOwensby. THE LOUISVILLE TIME cific, now occupied by the Japanese, to Australia, which will We should be generous and A YEAR. send forces to occupy them until IS the war is ended, when their ul- greet our neighbors and friends timate disposition will be decided. with a broad smile and kind YOU WiLL SEND YOUR ORDEI If words. That which costs the Venice, Nov. 19, (via Paris, least, is often most valuable in TO US, YOU CAN GET 1:25 a. m.). The new levy from the end. Kind words and gentle the Landsturm of the years 1870 acts of sympathy have a way of THE ADAIR COUNTY to 1890 was begun in Vienna reflecting that many a time, has Monday and will continue daily rewarded the giver a thousanduntil the liist is exhausted. Four fold. It is a great thing to re- of the sorely-presse- d Servians unless she transported them by water from Archangel, in the far North, aroun.d almost the shares, an offense which should giv mm you not less than ten years in prison. whole continent of Europe, or Don't Delay Treating your Cough I sentence you to serve seven months else invaded neutral territory. In Jail, being the longest term I can A slight cough often becomes give you for your crime." With the Dardanelles closed to Francois Blanc bowed his head and Lungs get congested, Bronchial ras marched away. When his term her, her only alternative would Tubes fill with mucous. Your vitality it service had passed he came out of be to send troops across Rou mais reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine Jail with $20,000 to his credit In bank. Right under the nose of the judga nia or Bulgaria. seri-ou- s, This Is a true story. from Switzerland Francois Blanc." jlfi the judge, day for Genoa, whence they will "what have you to say why seiteno sail for New York November 25 ahould not be passed upon youT' "Nothing." on the Steamer Kroonland, With "I regret that the Inadequacy of the you law compels me to them went a considerable num- nominal punishmentlet You off with a corrupted ber of emigrants. Their depart- the young men In the telegraph oliico publish false news from the tocfc ure was arranged by American to Exchange in Paris to enable you t make money by buying or selling consular officers. $5.00 The Daily Louisville And The Times I . Adair County New Is fchebest afternoon daily paper publish- are sitting and member peacefully at eventide about 3,200 men are passed daily that some burdened heart has been blessed during the day by a for entrance to the army. AND timely word of cheer or glint of London, Nov. 19. The court-marti- encouragement. of Lieut. David Blair, THE L0U1 V.1EE Mrs. M. L. Owens, Mr. J. K. navigation officer of the former Aaron and a daughter of Mr. Lu White Star lines Oceanic, who is ther Selby are all on the sick list TIME charged with having caused the at this writing. loss of the vessel by negligence, BOTH ONE YEAR Mr. Wm. Francis, insurance is on at Davenport. The Oceanic, Agent, of Campbellsville, and which had been converted into Mr. Elmer Wheat, of Jamestown, F0R0NL1 an armoured cruiser by the Britwere here this week. ish Government, ran ashore on THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Mr. Luke L. Williams, S. B the north coast of Scotland, September 8, and became a total Collins, of Casey county, have the best afternoon paper prln loss. All her officers and crew started their corn shredder. ted anywhere. Shredded corn is said to be a fine were saved. feed, as the entire stalk, which Has the best corps of corrc Edinburgh, Nov. 19, (via Lon- otherwise would be gwasted or pondents. don, 3:25 a. m.). Forty-si- x sollost, is saved. Covers the Kentucky field ptii diers who had been rejected from Mr.. Nath. Cain and family, of the Canadian contingent as in- Indiana, arrived lastwee. to fectly. eligible, presumably on account make this place their future Covers the general news fleM of German or Austrian nationalihome. ty, arrived in Glasgow Wednescompletely. We have had thejpleasuse of day under an armed escort of Has the best and fullest mr Canadian troops, They were attending societies a t Moore school house, Denmark and Esto. embarked on a Donaldson liner kets reports. We wish to say that each cne did for Canada. fine , acting his or her part in a DEMOCRATIC in politics bi London, Nov 19 (3:30 a. m.). way that wa3 pleasing and enfair to everybody. Berlin was decorated yester- couraging to their teachers. day in honor of Gen. von Hin- Mrs. Luther Selby and Mrs. SEND YOUR SUBS RIP denburg's victory in Poland ac DollieJGuthria are numbered with cording to a Copenhagen dis- the sick. TION RIGHT AWAY patch to the Times. The RusA series of meetings is in sian losses, the dispatch says, progress at Freedom, a Christian are estimated at between 40,000 church 3 or 4 miJes south of this DENTAL OFJ'ICEI NEW commissions al ' $4.50. - j - and 50,000 men. Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVJBR PAULL DRUG CO. place. ed in Louisville. It is Democratic, Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 2D. OFFICE PHON1 B but gives all the generalnews. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii nflHOnBB.HHHaMHWHHanKHiHM.HiHWI and Tndiuastion canned ma cro.it distress S for two years. I trieC many things for K"."1"" unipt 111. Ub iU3bJL iuuuu : g it in tho best pills or medicine I ever triod 1, M County News both for 4.50 per year. '' js bdrHfisPIHel a iy w ra '&n & u& &y ? Misses Martha and Pearl MurLondon, Nov. 19, (3:28 a. m.) A dispatch from Amstermam ray, of Sewellton, were guests of to the Standard states that forty Miss Emma Grider one day last wagon loads of American corn week. have arrived at Liege in charge On the 16, inst, Mr. Daniel of American Consular officials. Ballinger. a young man about 20 This is four day's supply for the years old, who was employed at population of that province. Mr. Andrew Loy's saw mill, loLondon, Nov. 19, (4:03 a. m.). cated a few miles south of SewellThe correspondent of the Cen- ton, happened to a painful accitral News at Copenhagen reports dent by getting the fingers of that very heavy gun firing was one of his hands so badly sawed heard Tuesday afternoon from that amputation of the whole Gothland Island, in the Baltic hand was necessary. He is getSea off the Sweedish coast and is ting along nicely. supposed to have been from a Born, to the wife of Liston Lawless, Nov. 15, a.son. who had convicted him he established a casino in Homburg, which was really a gambling house. He made money, but a prejudice against gambling was growing In Germany, and he feared the time would come wheu laws would be passed that would ruin his bnsiness. M. Blanc looked up rather than down. He aspired to run his gambling business In a country where" he could so Influence the laws that nona would be made to Interfere with his method of enriching himself. So he looked about him. In Europe there are, a number of small kingdoms, dukedoms, that have been so long that none of tho great powers have the hardihood to y absorb them. Blanc found a little containing a few square miles only that seemed ripe for what he Intended. What the powers dare not absorb by the bayonet he resolved to ab- sorb by undermining with gold. The ruler of thfcj principality had descended from one of the oldest royal amines In Europe, but he had nothing but his pedigree. He held a court. Ift were those 13 true, but his courtiers who served without salaries and were able occasionally to lend the sovereign,? money. In order to recoup he sold at concession in his principality to two. men, who bought it with the Intention of opening a gambling house on the territory conceded. They built a ca- -, Blno and began operations, but the. prince wanted all their profits, and , they became discouraged. Francois Blanc, learning of this concession and the condition of its owners, bought it from them and. closing out his casino at Homburg. bnilt a costly one on the new site, laid out splendid gardens in short expended several millions with a view to making his place attractive. Fortunately fov klm the time was ripe for such an For many years Baden-Baden-, in Germany, had been tho fashionable gambling center of Eu- -, rope, where every one. from royalty to commoner, gave way to the passion of gaming. Baden Baden was now no longer such a resort, and Blanc aimed to make his concession what Baden Baden had been. In this he succeeded. The gamb'.ing mania of Europe was all maa r pour gold into Francois Blanc's pocket Kings and queens, princes and princesses, dukes and duchesses, came andi uade it fashionable, to be followed bjf every one who had a franc to spend and a franc to risk. The soverefca had all the money he wanted to spend, and his court. If not numerous, were at least well dressed and were not called upon to lend the prince money.i But while he held the empty title of ruler of the principality Francois Blanc was the real governor. The prince died and left his inherit ance to his son. The new sovereign proved himself really nothing mora-thaa si.cnt junior partner in a gambling establishment, and there was nothing for him to do but remain as he was so he renewed the concossioa for a term of fifty years for 5o.000.000, a sum that Francois Blanc could wett afford to pay since he made it in a Bingle year He could afford to Ui more than this. He furnishttl all tlw money necessary to run the government, including official salaries. One storm arose on the gambler sov- - , ereign's path, but he weathered it ; The prince's neighbors, not relishing o gambling principality so near them. . endeavored to Induce one of the pow- - j era on which it bordered to take step- - j to prohibit it In addition, the prince's subjects became dissatisfied at paying taxes to a prince who had such an enormous revenue. At Blanc's the sovereign abolished all taxes, and Blanc paid them. This was the last bite in the loaf the gambler devoured. The prince, the principality and lastly the subjects passed into his capacious maw. fori when a citizen sells his citizenship the buyer becomes its owner. Francois Blanc accumulated a fortune equal to some of the largest in America, and, if he was only a prince In a financial way. he married hia laughters to princes. The principality that forms the subject of this narrative lies on the north shore of the Mediterranean and Is called Monaco. It is divided into three parts, one of which Ik Monto Carlo. It is on this portion that all Europe, persons from all parts of th world, assemble to "buck the tiger." If the present Prince of Monaco derives an Inconn from a concession to a gambler he Is personally far abov the gambling business He Is a ecieiw-tis- t and has mrde seme 7nlnnb!a ' to scientific lor princl-r-palltle- s, prin-cipallt- rfqut coa-uHmeio- ua . - rf -- -- .. i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS S--- AcAJC4sJ8,C8C8vQlvi-9 i K CsJiC!JC5iC5 $&n&4Mb vE $w$nnnnnnn (e T A $ $ $ i Cincinnati Enquirer one year arid The Adair County News until January 1, 1916. $1.35 Will get the Weekly EW Subscribers paying CASH will be given The Adair County News from now until January 1, 1914. The sameo ffer : will hold good for Renewals. Send in your dollar at once. . N : WE can give you rates on the Louisville Courier Journal', daily, Times, Post and Louisville Herald. $ 4 The above Papers furnish acurate market reports, the war news and State and Nation! News. i (e. 9 Come in or Send your Subscription Gradyville. W. B. Hill and Austin spent a day or so in Wil-mor- e a wwwwww$ w$wwn34 U. G. HARDWIC1, & 6 Sit j he had been in a fight with JacK being well attended. The revival is making a deep impression Johnson. Mr. Smoot is one of on many, and we trust the spiritlast week. our most substantial citizens, and ual uplift will be lasting. Jo K. Sparks has engaged in glad he is not seriously Geo. T. Turner, a teacher at at Strong Hill has laid on the we are the blacksmith Central Academy, Danville, is shelf the repairing of saw mill hurt. Sparksville. for the present, and has taken Mr Robert Peterson, who was spending Thanksgiving at his E. G. Wethington,of Clements-villup tuning organs and pianos. run over by a heavily loaded home. He is well satisfied with spent a few days here last his work. He spent a day or so in Sparks-- 1 wagoL. is making rapid improve-- 1 Mr. Silas Wilson, who recentweek. ville section last week, and says ment, and will be found on the ly sold his business at Coburg, Quite a number of hogs were he had a good business. road again shortly. He is too bought one hundred acres of land slaughtered- in this community Uncle Geo. Akin, of Sparks-- ! heavy tor an acrobat, and will from Mr. C. R. Diils. on Meadow last week. creek, at $20 per acre. The land ville, in company with W. C. not want to perform such feats is unimproved, lie win at once; Mr. Jo Rodgers, of Greens-bur- Hill, of our city, made- - music in in the future. begin the erection of buildings spent a day or so in our the Cool Springs community one There has been some nice fish needed for the place. midst last week. night last week. We have not ' caught out of Green river lately. Rev Piper, of Metcalfe county, Several from our city attend- learned at what point, but we Mr. James Miller caught a sal- will begin a revival meeting at ed the dedication at Pleasant understand their music was sim- mon which weighed 12 pounds. Liberty church on the second Ridge, last Sunday. ply fine. Others have gathered nice Sunday in December. He is the pastor of this church and has Misses Ora and Mallie Moss Messrs. Diddle & Parson, the strings of the finny tribe. quite a following. n entertained several of the sociemill people of our There are several boys whose Mr. Rufus Shreve bought a ty people from Greensburg last town, sold their plant last week ;tjme js taken hauling merchan-wit- h farm near Hobson, for $2300. Sunday. Mr. William Abner, New Mara considerable amount of jise on the Campbellsville and j ket, was here last Sunday. His Charles Sparks spent last Mon- wheat and flour, to Rodgers, Columbia pike, who ought to be Rose & Rodgers, of Kettner and' ;n gchool. Both towns at the son Gilbert, is our merchant at day at Edmonton. this place. Messrs. Charles Reece and Greensburg, for the consider- J en(j 0f the line have splendid Grover Dills killed 27 rabbits of $3,500 for the mill, and ucationalinstitutions. The raa-th- e James Burris were on our marin one day on his father's farm. wheat and flour will be putneuvers 0f some of these young-i- n Rabbits are so numerors that produce at the ket last week for at cost. Mr. Diddle, will of sters indicate that they are in- - thev are a nests. Thf farmprs highest market price, course go to his farm in Logan dulging in drinking intoxicants. do not object to the killing of Messrs. James Gilpin C. Gow-e- n They destroyed a great county at an early date Mr. How much better would it be them. Sparksand Talbert Coomer.of many vegetables in gardens this Parson at present is undecided for these youngsters to have the ville, were in our midst last summer. what business he will engage in. pr0per home restraint, and the Mr. Jo Hurt is kept busy reHe has nice and new property training offered them in our pairing automobiles. He is onto Uncle Buck Cook and family, in our town and one of the fin- - sehools? his job and the way he has of residing in Sparks who have been est locations. If he should decide Mr Joe RogerS of Roachville showing his appreciation is gainville community for the past every day. wnv, to sen, iLiaaim.c nas bought the roller mill at ing him friends moved in this year, have A number of real estate deals ever might purchase it. Gradyville. He owns a 'good been made in this county Mr. Tim Cravens, the well- - farm, and has had experience in have this fall. There has been a maThos. Dowell spent last Friday known insurance man of Colummilling business, so will be no terial advance in property of and Saturday in Greensburg on bia, was in our midst looking afnovice. He is well fitted for a this class, notwithstanding, the business. Friday. ter insurance, last public man, and we predict suc- handicaps of indebtiness hanging over our. property. The Adair County Spoke Co. cess for him. Hatcher. Miss Mary Elizabeth Buchanis moving along nicely and are Quite a number of nimrods turning out a nice lot of spokes Mr. James Smoot, Burdick, have been bagging game since an, aged 65 years, died on the 26th. She was a sister of Mr. daily. happened to a painful accident the 15th. The quail crop is Hogue Buchanan, who died on ' the 14th. They .were members of Mr. Sam Mitchell, the weH- - last Sunday morning. He was reasonably plentiful. Pres. J. H. C0CKF,V. Prer. 5 P. ft. BIETZMAN. business I W. T. Pyne Mill &jSu ESTABLISHED 1861 V 1S89 0. j e, ; - INCORPORATED ; MILiLt WEIGHTS ; DEALERS-i- f mflCHlNJSTS LOlHSVILLe j - ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 TEIRTSeNTft-MftlN. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS g, i SMOKE STACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Worh mfiM - I Mm :Ajip - W JOBBING WORK. SOLICITED -- AH m i well-know- n cv ".? .k j Kinds of Machinery Rcpaircd- ed-ti- on j x j PureW,Wool That's exactly what tou get in oar lif 74 ! X X &. . .. . X Woolly Blaukets ( Extra vveighineany Jight .rounds. if repaid anywhere for Size $5.00 a pair, and if you are not satisfied, just send them buck to us and we will refund your money at once together with return mail chargeslaud you are nob out a cent. Large Coverlets made likejOld Style Weave ST.0O a pair, prepaid subject to your approval. Exbra quality Yarn at 55c for White aad65 for Black", prepaid in lots of 5 lbs of more. Extra All Wool Flanel 54y,in. wide, 70c per yd prepaid. Cotton Warp Flanel nice dark Jcolors, plain 28c twilled 36c. Old Time Jeans pants in Regular sizes 82.25 a pair. Just what you need this winter. Give us your order now, donb wait, later we will be overrun and' will cause some delay. x as ) y known sheriff of Adah?, was in feeding his stock The series of meetings bekig Bethel church. They were the two of a family, who were our midst last Friday shaking fell from a ladder. The blue conducted by Revs. J. A. Trostle last of this county. bruises ononis f aoe look as though and A. G. Link, at Bethel, are the first settlers hands with his many 'friends. at the barn and P. O. Jamestown, Ky. $e$ . " . FarmersJWoIen Mills, E. L. Shipping p0it, KEECE, M$r. Greasy Creek, Landing. x$$ k ( t ..- -: