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Delightful Plays at High School. . Death of an Old Citizen. Teacher. Thinking your readers would be inMiss Minnie Kemp, who for several terested in the progress of the Rusyears has been teacher in English and sell Creek Baptist Academy, we venHistory in the Hardin County High ture to write a few things about it. School, and the Elizabethtown High The first term ended last week, the second We o'clock, Mr. J. D Flowers, of this place, who was eighty years old, lumbia High School two excellent to the inevitable, and crossed plays. The first. "Christmas is Comto the other side. The immediate ing," was given by Miss King's pupils, and was a peculiarly interesting com- cause of his demise was a stroke of edy in four acts. The first grade paralysis which he met the day bechildren proved to be dramatists of no fore his death. Mr. Flowers was born and reared in mean ability. Those deserving especial mention are: Cameron Wilson, the Grady ville country and was the Frances Browning, Davis Wilson, Joe last of seven brothers and sisters, each Russell, Jr., Nell Smith and Allen Pat-teso- one of whom lived to be over seventy years of age. The deceased was a quiet, unassum"TUB NEW PltOFJSSSOlt. " ing man, and all his life bore the The second one was given by the a good citizen. High School Girls. This was a farce When quite a young man he united in one act and showed how diligently Miss Nave had worked with her young with the Presbyterian Church and Thespians. 'The New Professor" lived a consistent Christian until his was represented by Miss Nannie death. He is survived by his wife, who was Faulkner, while the older in authority were Misses Katherine Nell, Mildred Miss Elizabeth Hindman before her Walker and Cary Rosenfield Others marriage, a sister of the late Gov. J. The sorrowing chilwho did exceptionally well were: R. Hindman. Miss Margaret Lovett, as a colored dren are Mrs. Anna Belle Chewning, dancer; Misses Julia Miller and Mary Mrs. Emma Hutchison, Mrs. Rose D. Patteson, as pugilists; Miss Mary Grissom, Mrs. Ella May Feese, and Breeding, as a soloist; Miss Allene Mr. Joe Ed Flowers. The funeral sevices were held in the Montgomery, whose reading was dePresbyterian church Monday afterlightful; as was Frona Faulkner's violin noon, conducted by Rev. J. S. Chand. solo. The recitations between the acts ler, assisted by Eld. Z. T. Williams and were unique and did much toward Rev. O. P. Bush. The interment was in the city cemetery. making the evening a success. A large number of relatives and The higli school realized a nice sum from the receipts and thejr will apply friends attended the last sad rites. Through the News this community it to athletics and the library. suc-CHmb- ed Death of a Young Girl. Last Saturday morning at four o'clock, Dec. 19th, the Death Angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Janes and plucked from their home their little daughter, Beatrice who had been suffering for many days with meningitis. suffered a great shock, bereavement and loss that will long be remembered by all who knew and loved her. She had reached the 17th year and was a sweet little Christiau girl. Her lo ing disposition and sunny nature made l.er a general favorite both in family and community. Her parents, brother, and sisters have lost a sweet treasure, but her dear bauds are beckoning them to come. She had budded here on earth to bloom in Heaven. It is so hard for js to see the mysterious wisdom of God, and may the Lord giv -- Last Tuesday evening there were given in the gymnasium of the Co- Last Sunday forenoon just Columbia Graded and High Schools. Eighth Grade. Willard Neat. Seventh Grade. term begins Jan, 4th. have School, has resigned her position, her had the best school so far, in the hisresignation to take effect upon the ad journment of school for the holidays tory of the school. Our attendance, tomorrow. She will take a commercial while good, has not been too large to course in the Bowling Green Business give special attention to the individual University, entering January 4th. Miss Kemp has given eminent satisfaction here, and ranks as among the best teachers that has ever been connected with the local school. News of her resignation will be received with regret among pupils and patrons Elizabethtown Nuws. What Caused the First School. The community has Ruth Wilson, Frances Reed, Ada Neat, Kinnaird Rowe, Beckham Jeffries, Mary Hughes, Corrinne Breeding, Cecil Dunbar, Geo. Herriford. Sixtli Grade. Stewart Huffaker, Bessie Helm, Lillian Logan, Nellie Siinms, Eva Walker. Fifth Grade. Moonlight . In a recent address, Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart gave the following incident as the cause of her starting the first Moonlight School in Kentucky: was impressed upon me when an illiterate merchant in my home town strove to substitute rude and awkward means for reading and writing that of keeping his books by a system of pictures. If a man came in and pur chased a bucket he would make a picture of a man carrying a bucket. If a woman purchased a broom, he would make picture of a woman with a broom in her hand. Beardless and bearded men, bonneted and bareheaded women, carrying variious and sundry parcels, were pictured all over his books. I tell it to my everlasting shame that I, a teaeher, passed by his door and offered no aid in his predict. 'It student, a fact which has already told in the progress of the pupils. The dormitory, under the management of Mr. And Mrs. J. H. Wade, lias furnished splendid board at the surprisingly low rate of $11 00 per month. The Bible course has been the unique feature of the school. Miss Lida Robertson, of Mobile, Ala., has gained a great place in the hearts of the little ones, in making the Bible realistic to them It is very gratifying to see how the pupils are taking hold of this work. A number of patrons are saying that their children have already learned more real Bible- than in all Miss Robertson their lives before. teaches all the grades in the Bible, and the writer supplements her twice a week with a lesson on the Covenants, History ef Isreal, etc. We are now giving them a thorough drill in the Book of Exodus. The ministerial express satisfaction with this students part of the conrse. The discipline of the school has arisen above the compulsory into the realm of the persuasive, and has never been as good. The spirit among the - n. repu-tation,- of Frank Callison, Robert Gill, Robert Neat, Mell Sinclair, Anna Dean, Lucile Herrford, Lula Parson, Vergil Pendleton, Virginia Smith, Mary Summeus, Bercha Yates. the broken hearted family grace and strength to say: "Thy will be done not ours." May his grace be sufficient in their hearts that they may ever A Glad Surprise. extends sympathy to the sorrowing members of the family. Notice. We need money and ask every one indebted to us to call at once and setGill & Waggener. tle. Fourth Grade. Rachel Coffey, Carrie Grissom, Foster Pickett, Mabel Resenbaum, , James Frankum. Third Grade. Frances Russell, Willard Browning. Second Grade. Frauces Browning, Cecil Mae Karnes, Lucile Winfrey. First Grade." Gladys Ingram, students is fine. Prof. R. Garnett Graves will have charge of the Normal Class after the Holidays, and Miss Inez Carter, of Mt. Juliet, a University graduate, will have charge of part of the High School ment.5 New Feed Stable. department A prize of Five Dollars in gold will be offered to the one memorizing the largest amoutit of Scripture from now till the close of school The two classes of the writer are each offered -- -- We are now located in the W. n. Last Saturday evening Columbia Goff Barn, on Burkesville street We this opportunity The outlook for the Lodge, No. 96, F. and A. M., elected have plenty of good feed, and plenty school is as bright as the promises of the following officers for the ensuing Nathaniel Tutt, of good bos stalls for all stock. We God year: Ira Hutchison, invite the traveling trade and especial- - Progress on the endowment goes present. Horace Jeffries, W. M Bascomb Willis, y the county trade. Mrs W. E. Hancock. When in Co steadily on The industrial farm will W. H. Sandusky, S. W. Joe Russell, Jr., Iumbia to stop with us. afford an opportunity for a limited J. D. Lowe, J. W. Ray Feese, Announcement. Jeffries Bros, number of boys to work their,way next J. N. Murrell, Treas. Davis Wilson, Columbia, Ky. year. It is desired that boys remain G. E. Wilson, Secretary. William Karnes, on the farm during the summer, and J. 'A. Willis, Tyler. The regular meeting of the Auxiliary narlau Judd, The Pharisee Up Yonder. in that way earn iu advance ttieir of the C. W. B M. will be in the in Somerset. John Sandusky. S. D. Louise Grissom, board aud tuition. W. I. Ingram, J. D. chapel of the Christian Church Jan. Their friends extend their best Anna M. Menzies, Let this be a reminder that our peo- 5, 1915, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. Gordon Montgomery, wishes for future prosperity. John Ingram, Serene he sits on Sundays, Stewards. W. T. Price. ple should be loyal to their own as They will reside in Somerset. The following program will be given Milton Grissom, And singing soothes his soul, loyal as other denominations are to Song. Gradyville Lodge, No., 251, elected Clyde Hudson. For lie's sure to be up yonder, their own. All honor to the man or Devotional, Miss Mary Lucy Lowe. as follows: Married. Note. The Honor Roll for High When he hears them call the roll. woman who stands by his own. If we Song. N. H. Moss, W. M. School has not been made up yet, but Although the sinful Publican, Last Thursday forenoon Mr. Sam. can have the loyal support of the BapRoll call. John M. Riall, S. W. will be published first week of school, Was justified we're told, Murrell, son of Mr. and, Mrs. S. H. tists in Russell Creek Association, and Secretary's report. W B. Hill, J. W. next issue of this paper. Bather than the Pharisee, adjacent territory, it will be marvelQuestions to hidden answers found A. B. Wilmore, Treas Pupils of Grades aud High School Murrell, who live near clear Spring, Who claimed to be enrolled. and .Miss Nannie Bailey, of the same ous how much good can be accom- in December. W. M. Wilmore, Sec'y who have been neither absent nor neighbdrhood, drove to Columbia, and His love for filthy lucre, plished. J. R Yates, Tyler. Tidings, Mrs Lula Taylor. tardy since enrolled in school: while seated in their buggy, were Is far beyond control, Here, brethren, is a big task, worthy , 'In and around a Mission BungaU. N. Whitlock, S. D. Grades. married by Rev. J. 5. Chandler. ' The But he's on his way up yonder, mettle of the whole Baptist liost, low," Mrs. Josephine Rowe. the Ed Whitlock, J. D. Lillian Willis, OdellCollins, groom is a prosperous young farmer To hear them call the roll. from the least to the greatest We Prayer, Mrs. Lam a Goffey. Oakley Mae Shaw, Thomas Menzies, Breeding Lodge No. 516 F. & A. M., and the bride a popular young woman perfect ease in Zion, upon all to enlist with us. We At call Song, Mrs. Martha Wilson. Charlie Antle, Annie M. Collins. following officers to serve of the vicinitj, and she will be greatWitli mien and manner bold, have special advantages for MinisterA report of the opening and dedica- elected the Bennie Dean, Willard Browning, ly missed from social the ensuing year: standing in the Temple, gatherings. When Let all pastors and tion of the Japanese Christian Instiial students Mary Dixon, Frances Russell, J. D Patterson, Master. The many friends of the couple extend He feels himself enrolled. friends do their best to turn such to- tute, Las Angeles, California, Nell Smith, Stewart Huffaker, their best wishes, trusting Lenis Reece, S. W. that they ward us In so doing they will be Mrs. Mary Rowe. Bessie Helm, Did brother Pharisee get through, Eva Walker, C. C. Rowe, Jr. W may live happily together for many serving the brethren, their churches Circle of prayers. And fail fo stop the hole, Lillian Logan, Frank Callison, G. W. Curry, Treas. ears in the future, and God in a large w?.y. A letter from a missionary, Nellie Simms, Robert Gill, up yonder, In haste to go F. A. Strange, Sec'y. Last, but not least, we have come ;Mrs Blakeman To Our Patrons. Katie Taylor, Anna Dean, And hear them call the roll. X W. Scott. Sr. D. thus far by the grace of God through Offering. Virginia Smith, . 1 Robert Neat, His creed is Apostolic, prayer. Will you pray for us? Then Tiie year 1914 has been a prosperous Benediction, Psalm.,67ftl 2, by the Fred Simpson, Jr. D. Elizabeth Jones. Willard Neat, No other would he hold, 1MB. T1 UWl? A. W Rowe, Chap. do your best to answer your prayer. one for us and to those who have given Society. Stella Antle, a5i Corrinne Breeding Therefore he'll be up yonder, C. W. Rcberts, Tyler. L. C. Kelley. us their patronage we desire to return Any who are interested in Mission Ada Neat, Frauces Reed, For we are all enrolled. our most grateful thanks, and to ask ary work are cordiallyjihvited to atJoe Wilson, Rnth Wilson, 0. E. S. Elect Officers. From now until the 2Sth day of tend this meeting. Bound for the Port up yonder, Kiunaird Rowe, George Herriford, that you continue with us during the February, 1915, we will furnish The And sure to reach the goal, year 1915 We propose to keep family Mrs. Z T. Williams, Pres Columbia Chapter No. 209 O, E. S. Adair County News and the LouisHoly Boiler, Though not a supplies in abundance which will be Deuney, Sec'y. Mrs. Silas As many others of the grades have elected the following officers Monday ville Daily nerald, one year each, for He is on the Holy Roll. been tardy but once or absent but one sold at the shortset protits. night for the ensuing year: $3.00. If you want a daily paper cheap In fellowship with the one faith. We will send the Daily Louisville Nell & McCandless. day lack of space will not permit us to Yeuy Truly, Mrs Jean D. Russell", 'W. M. now is the time to subscribe. That flocks with our fold, Post, Home and Farm, a 24 page War give their names. Mr. Sam Lewis, W. P Mr. Basil Chapman, of Fairplay, tf While fifteen hundred others, Atlas and the Adair County News, The following pupils in High School left for Louisvilte last Wednesday Mrs. Gertrude Sandusky, A. M. Have never been enrolled. papers, all one year for $3 25. If the morning, to consult a specialist. have neither been absent uor tardy He Miss Clark, Conductress. A letter from B. W. Pierce, Chicago, you J. T Jones, want this bargain send in your Mrs Nettie Sandusky, A. C. has a growth on his right arm that Bonnie Judd, Paul Hamilton, Maud Ky., dated the 21st, inst., says: Columbia, Ky. made itsappearance ago. subscription at once, as the offer is Margaret Lovett, Nannie Faulkner, It is growing and is eight monthsmuch Miss Edna Lewis, Sec'y. I enclose check for $2.00 for which good for only a short time. giving him Dorothy Gill, Young Todd, Mrs. Katherine Myers, Treasurer. you may my subscription to trouble. He expected to have ir." reE. F. Rowe will be in Columbia next February advance Katherine Nell, moved on this trip. Mildred Walker, 23rd, 1916. I wish you and persons owing me either by note All Monday with one dozen, pure-bre- d Caiy Feese, Married at the Parsonage. Edgar Diddle, merry Christmas and or account will please call and settle Mrs. C. M. Barnett entertained sevBarred Plymouth Rock Roosters for the News force a Alvin Le is, Lettie Dunbar, a happy and prosperous New Year you owe me. eral young married couples and a few at once. I need what sale. Last Saturday afternoon, about 3 Banks Hancock, Rex flolladay We Americans have a most precious who not as yet jumped Dr. W. R. Grissom o'clock, Mr. L G, Bault and Miss Neither absent nor tardy more than stick,have evening lasb week. the broom viz: one Refreshof subscribers to and valued gift for Christmas, Docia Woodrum, both of the Cane one time: There are hundreds "The Gift of Peace"." ments were served and the hours Mr. Loyd H. Wilson and Miss Mat-ti- e Valley country, drove into Columbia, Chelcie Barger, this paper who are behind on our Sara Coffey, Yours respectfully, spent. On Saturday evening, Martin, both of Green county, accompanied by friends, procured Anna Eubank, books It is the season when every Paul Blair, B. W. Pierce. Mrs E. B Barger gave a similar rewere married at the Baptist parsonage, licenses, and then went to the home of man needs what is justly due him. We Allene Montgomery. ception which was also highly enjoyed. last Wednesday, by Rev. O. P. Bush. Eld. Z. T. Williams, who pronounced i send out statements, hut answers to My Abberdeen Bull will serve at Soon after thecereraony they returned the ceremony, making them husband Big Advance in Tobacco. them are cominw in very slowly. You 1 00 at the gate. No deviation. The children of the Sunday-school- s to Green county. Why do 4t. and wife. Soon after the rites were know your indebtedness. of this place, believing that it would John N. Squires, Big advance on all grades of burley, be better to give than to receive, readyou not call or send in the amount The Christmas tree at the Christian solemnized they returned to their due? The amount each man owes is The Christmas rememberances sent Church Friday evening, was largely home where they were gladly met by also 50 cents to SI on dark leaf, lugs ily consented that the money raised some stronger. Good crops of burley for their benefit, be given to the poor but little, from one to three or four to this offica by Attorney General attended and all the' children and a number of friends. averaging 10 to 12c. One crop grown children of the community and in the if one thousand patrons James Garnett were highly appreci- members of the congregation received dollars, but There was a Christ'tree, well ladened by L R. Pruitt, Liletown, Ky., aver- Buburbs of town. pay, it would sum up thousauds ated and will certainly be enjoyed. would a rernemberance. .given by the members of the Pres- - age 14c, best basket bringing 22 per of dallars to us. Paper is high and is The Junior membersof the Christian Advancing and we must collect what Mr. Tom Judd wilJ lead the prayet bvterian Church, at the home of Mrs hundred Burley is selfing from 1 to Sunday-schoo-l, There will be a social at the Bapthis place, gave fheir is due the office. If you do not heed tist Church, New Year's night. Ev meeting at the Baptist church Wed- Nannie Flowers, the evening before I $22, dark from 8150 to $10. Bring us offerings to the Orphans' Home, Louis The Senior members raised our appeal, auother step will he taken erybody is invited to come with a nesday evening. The pastor urges all Christmas. The tree was planted in your tobacco well graded, and in good vrlle home on t; account of Mrs. Flowers' order, if you want to sell for ton seventeen dollars for the poor chilthis to collect. small free will offering. No refresh the young people to b,ef , present. dren of this community. mother, Mrs. TSaster Dohoney, who is't1prices, ments. A great many new pupils will aryears old. Greensburg Loose Leaf House. Mr E B. Barger, the wellrknown The Adair circuit court will open ninety-fivrive in Columbia the latter part of national 'base ball player, of this place, The Superintendent has been en- the third Monday in January. Mrs. Geo. W. Keltner died ab her this week We have received a notice of a mar lb is our understanding Indianapolis two weeks ago gaged in paying teachers during the went to nage at Cane Valley- - The writer late home, in tthe Keltnor precinct, that a large number of rooms in the Af tenexb Thursday.you can write and had his tonsils removed. He says past ten days.' signed "A. Friend." We can nob pub- last Monday morning. She was aboub new Lindsay-Wilso- n dormitory have it 1915. .v man. Dr. L. F. "he feels like a new years old and was a lady already been engaged. In a week or lish such notices unless some person sixby-eigh- b Page, a native of Columbia, was the widows Hying There are forty-thre- e The Graded School will open next takes the responsibility fcr the that every body in the neighborhood two the hill wU be alive with pupil operating specialist. Columbia and seven widowers. 4a Monday. highly respected. from all r.J joining couuties. 7-l- m. wish to thank my children, grandchildren and friends that came in as a surprise to celebrate my birthday and spend the day with me December 12, 19J4. Surprised? Well I should say! They caught me napping in good shape. To say I enjoyed it will not tell the real pleasure it gave me before they left They presented me with quite a number of nice, useful presents. I shall always look upon the day with loving memories. It was my 74th birthday, There were about fifty 1 spend Eternity withjdear little Beatrice and not have to say "Good bye." We know Beatrsce has left us, And we miss her smiling face, But side's gone away to Heaven, In her beauty and her grace. She has crossedjthe silent river, Guidedjby her Savior's hand, And is now among the angels, In that Fair and Happy Land. Although her place is vacant, She is happier far than we, For she lives withlbright robed angels And is from pain and sorrow free. Mrs. Margaret W. lean on His strong arm of faith, that they may inherit that mansion not made with hands, where they can Eloped to Jeffersonville. Last fcalurday night, about ten o'ctock, Mr W. B. Hansford, a young man of Somerset, who is a teacher of Printery and Manuel Training in the High School, that city, and Miss Cal-l- ie Feese, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Feese, this city, left for Jeffer sonville, Ind., their object being mat rimony, and by the time this paper reaches its readers the couple will evidently be husband and wife. The couple became acquainted some monthsl ago, while Miss Feese wa3 visiting her brother, Mr. R. M. Feese, Masonic Election. V XmM 7-- 9-l- t. en-jova- I e -- , ,, g I THE ADAIK JOUNTY NEWS Animals in War. news that the pet goat of the Second battalion of the Welsh aregiment has been killed in the Ba'ttle of Aisne reveals the fact that the soldiers are taking their regimental mascots to the front. This is a common practice in war, as each regiment regards TJhe luck-bringe- Facts About Potatoes. anybody now living in the North western city had seen him, for Three noted French scientists Minneapolis vas only a fort garhave become anxious about the risoned by a company of Revolufuture of the potato. This home- tionary soldiers when, as a boy, ly but very essential item in the the surviving chieftain of the dietary of the world has, it once powerful Chippewa nation seems, become weakened by watched the men of his tribe many years of unsexed reproduc- smoke the peace pipe with strantion. There is even the possibil- gers who came up the river to r, its pet as a and ity that it may ultimately perish. hold council near the Falls of St. thus it is only natural that the The castrophe is remote, but Anthony. Wonderful changes animal should accompany the none the less to be dreaded. were noted with stoical calm, soldiers to battle. Regimental No one can contemplate a pota-tole- but there was satisfaction in the pets on many occasions have disbreast of world with equanimity. tinguished themselves on the The scientists in question have Hisiife-lon- g faith in the white battlefield. In one instance a addressed themselves to the task man was.justified by the marvels regimental dog proved to be one of obviating the possibility of he saw and experinced. One hundred and twenty-nin- e of the few survivors of a terri- such a calamity by rejuvenating ble British disaster when the the potato. Their experiments years old by his own reckoning, famous Sixty-sixt- h were cut up show that the edible potatoes and his existence as a youth in the Battle of Maiwand. Va- may be obtained from the culti- vouched for by the government liant Bob, the pet of the regiment vated seed of the vegetable. records of 116 years ago, the sat and howled dismally in the They have discovered that tuber- - Chippewa chieftain seems to center of the rapidly dwindling ization is due to a fungus par- have been forgotten by death. square where the Britishers asite which penetrates into the Winter storms and summer suns stood back to back, fighting prolongations of the subterrane have wrinkled his face and withagainst h o r des of Afghans. an roots of the plant, and by ered his body almost beyond beWhen every man had fallen Bob supplying the soil with this lief, but the flame of life burns crawled over the bodies of the growth have achieved gratifying brightly in the depths of the g eyes w h i ch first dead, and, although wounded in results. the leg, traveled over 90 miles of In the first year of their exper- opened to the light before Washcountry by himself and evetually iments 60 plants bearing tuber- ington became president, when cles were obtained. Such of the the Indian roamed at will through found the main army. In the Battle of Inkerman, latter as could be preserved were all the wilderness empire west Sandy, the terrier mascot of the replanted,and resulted in strong, of the Mississippi river. Royal Engineers, thoroughly en- vigorous plants, entirely free Stop the Child's Colds they Often Rejoyed himself by running after from disease. sult Seriously. the Russians and snapping at This is regarded as all the Colds. Croup and Whooping Cough their legs. He was eventually more remarkable because pota- are children's ailments which need imrun through by the bayonet of toes grown in the ordinary way mediate atdention. The an exasperated Russian, but in the neighborhood were a prey are often most serious. Don't take risk you don't have to. Dr, Sandy recovered, and had a spec- to many diseases and brought to the King's New Discovery checks the Cold, EXATOR ELECT J. C. W. BECKial medal struck for him by the maturity only by the most care- soothes the Covgh, allays the Inllama-tion- , HAM of Frankfort, the first senator to be elected by the people for a Germs and allows Nature kills the regular term from Kentucky, needs colonel of the regiment at the ful precautions on the part of the no people to do her healing work. 50c. at Paull state. He Introduction to the life for of this years, has been In public .conclusion of the campaign. farmers. It seems to indicate Drug Co. Buy a bottle today. Ad yet Is Kentucky's youngest statesman of prominence. Throughout the state he is Bruce, an enormous mastiff the rejuvenation of the potato, known as a statesman, but In the capital he is known as a splendid citizen and who displayed similar fighting for while the tubers thus far progood neighbor. His modest, but attracChristians In China. tive, residence is in South Frankfort. His family consists of his wife, who was Miss tactics in the Battle of Kandahar duced are small, theySare perJean Fuqua of Owensboro, a daughter, Miss Eleanor, aged thirteen, and a son, met with a less fortunate fate fectly healthy. The Missionary Review of the Creppa, Jr., aged nine. The entire famare social favorites. The youngsters By properly selecting these and World says that the latest statis- ily popular, and the lawn at the Beckham and was killed and buried on the are home is the playground for the children crossing them in a scientific man- tics of evangelical church mem- in the neighborhood. They attend the historic battlefield. public schools. Mrs. Beckham is a young A poodle who hobbled about ner it is quite possible, indeed, to bership in the republic of China woman of splendid domestic attainments. She is an ideal wife, whose thoughts and energies are on three legs was for some years develop a potato which is not en- give 470,000. The churches are dren, husband,devoted to her home, chilfamily, neighbors and the needy. She is a hard worker in the a familiar spectacle at Chelsea tirely new, but absolutely free served by 546 ordained Chinese King's Daughters circle, which conducts the hospital in Frankfort, and in other barracks. The guards captured from the weaknesses that char- pastors and 5,364 unordained charitable and religious causes. Those who know Governor Beckham best are well aware that his chief interest the animal in the Battle of acterize the potato as it is workers. There are also 4712 Chi- and greatest pleasure He in his home. and adopted him as the It seems certain therefore, that nese school teachers, 1,789 Bible There he spends practically all his leisure hours. He is not a familiar figure at the local club, in the lobby of the hotels or, regimental pet. He went through the world is to have potatoes in women,and 496 native assistants indeed, any othejjjplace where men are accustomed t ofeongrega te in the evenings. the campaign with the regiment, the future, and potatoes of a in the hospital. Chinese Christ- He makes iHpyjalmjSst unbroken habit to spend hisjS3iitB9$at home. The well lighted studyjtfjejBeckham but had two legs broken by a much better quality than those ians contributed last year $320,-90- 0 on the first flJrig(gJ There residence Is the passerby may see QrrBbijVBeckham early or shot, though refusing on one oc now existing. for Christian work. There late on almosjpwjfjevening at his desk or in his readirrsVekfcir. Books and writcasion to remain in the rear are 85,241 Chines boys and girls ing enter very largely into the life of the Try This for Neuralgia. senator elect. But the study scene is not Two children of when the charge was sounded, in the primary and day schools always a solitary one.attractiveness and more than ordinary Thousands of people keep on sufferhome. They may be but dashed to the front of the ing with Neuralgia because they do of the Christian church and 31,-3- promise bless this time in the study, and from tune to the attitude of parent and children suggalloping horses. not know what to do for it. Neuralstudents in the intermediate gests that lessons are being heard or that ss es. Home Affairs Play Prominent Part In Life of Beckham Graceful Wife and Two Bright Children Adorn Hearth keen-seein- after-effect- s -- Vi-tor- ia to-da- y. -- At the Battle of a private of an Irish regiment went into the fight with a little black kitten concealed in his tunic as a mascot. He came through ;the battle unscathed, so that apparently the kitten proved its worth as a Tel-el-Keb- gia is a pain in the nerves. What you want to do is to soothe the nerve itself. Apply Sloan's Liniment to the surface over the painful part do not rub it in. Sloan's Liniment penetrates very quickly to the sore, irritated nerve and allays the inflamation. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 ceritsof any druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints r. Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but Many Disorders Come From the Liver it does give almost instant relief. Sold bA" Paull Drug Co. Ad. Are You Just at Odds With Yourself? ir luck-bringe- Do You Regulate Eiving? Forgotten by Death. chief of the Chippewas, the oldest American, saw the wonders of a large city for the first time recently when Minneapolis entertained this tried and true friend of the paleface as an honor, guest. Though ii was not his first time Are you sometimes at odds with yourself and with the world? Do you wonder what ails you? True you may be eating regularly and sleeping well. Yet something is the matter! Constipation, Headache, Nervousness and Billious Spells indicate a Sluggish 'Liver. The tried'remedy is Dr. King's iNew Life Pills. Only 25c. at Paull Prug Co. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Eruptions. Skin Ad. manage Jhe farm. He continued his stud- of the majority was kept intact by the ies, however, with the result that at nine- joung governor to keep the record straight teen he was made principal of the high and clear. The full record of the settlc- school of his home town, which place he meat of the gubernatorial contest was occupied for the succeeding three years. preserved. Through It all he held his side During this time he studied law. political in perfect obedience to the laws and set economy and political history. He was an example to his followers that did much admitted to the bar of Kentucky in 1S33, to bring order out of chaos. When he and on his birthday that year, his twenty-fourt- couiu do so he reassembled the legisla- being just eligible, he was nomi- ture at the seat of government and pro- -, nated by the Democrats of his county ' 'eeded intelligently with the business of for a seat in the lower house of the gen- the state. So well did he handle the reins eral assembly He was the youngest of government during these stormy times member of that body. During this ser that the Democrats of the state made his health became Impaired, and it looked him their nominee to fill out the unexpiras if his political career would be cut ed term of Goebel in the executive chair. short. He went to New Mexico for the The Republicans put forth a most formid-- I climate, and within a year was so nearly able candidate in the person of John "W. restored to health that he returned to Yerkes, a man of national reputation, who Kentucky. On the advice of his physician ' had held himself aloof from the recent he declined to the legislature, rwjlitical trouble. It was a national year, but was destined to continue as a mem- i.ryan and McKinley being the candidates, ber of that body. Isaac Wilson, who had ind the race was one of the most hotly been given the seat he had refused, died ' contested held in the state in years. shortly after taking the oath of office. Beckham won by 3.T0O maJorit His death took one vote from the Democrats of the assembly at a most critical age of thirty-on- e years, the young govertime, when the body was deadlocked in nor was united in marriage to Miss Jean the selection of a senator, the candidates Fuqua of Owensboro. They occupied the being Joe Blackburn and W. Godfrey state executive mansion for the seven Hunter, the Republican candidate. The ears following., he being in death of Wilson broke the tie. but one 1903 for a full term of four years. As gov- -i old state senator, who was something of ernor he did much to allay feeling: which an independent, though elected as a Re- had been stirred up during the 1900 polit-- j publican, declared that the Republican ical troubles, winning the strong friendnominee should not be sent to Washing- ship of Republicans who had bitterly op-- 1 ton across the grave of a Kentucky legis- posed him. He was governor of the lator and ani"uunced that he would wait whole people, and no trace of political a limited time for the Democrats to fill feeling ever was displayed in the goverthe vacancy. Without Beckham announc- nor's office during the years that followed ing for the place, his home people quicklj j the political strife. During his Incumbenreached the conclusion that he was the cy he cleared the state of debts totaling man to fill Wilson's seat. A special elec- nearly $fl0d.000 without increasing the tion was hurriedly held, he defeated his tax rate, and passed the office to his Republican opponent by nearly 1.000, and with a million in the public treas-- I he started out to get to the state capital ury. lie collected for the. state from th before the hour fixed by the Republican national goverment over 5i.3W.O0O war senators for the Democratic side to have debt. The new capitol was egun its vacant seat filled. siractically completed under his direction, A railroad wreck occurred, and it look- and a home was established In the stat ed as if the Democrats would fail. In the for Confederate soldiers. most inclement weather of a hard winter One of the most notable features of the the story hour is at hand. Governor Beck-hu- Beckham set out In a carriage from Beckham administration of iffalrs in although a young man, is an old Bardstown for Frankfort, a distance of Kentucky was the enforcm.nt of tin high schools and colleges mainmiles. Teams were changed Sunday Inws and the promotion of temftshioned father. He counts it his privi- sixty-fiv- e three times, the capital tained by the evangical church. lege and duty to personally supervise at 3 o'clock Inand he reached the day the perance and regulation of the liquor traffthe morning of those things that make for the Christian ic. Until he had an opportunity to apsenatorial race was to be point character mayor Louisville, in 1007. saThe hospitals number 235, with children. and physical well being of his balloting in thesenatorial deadlock remain- loons aran wideof open on the SabMth. i esumed. The ed unbroken for all of that session, re- With the appointment of Robert Worth Mrs. Beckham possesses to a high 200 dispensaries. The patients all those gifts and graces which one sulting in an extra session in 1S97 and the Bingham as mayor they closed and have Instinctively associates with successful election of William J. Deboe through the so continued ever since. Through This is treated last year totaled 1,322,-80- 2. Himemaking. one fact whynot to be for- opposition of William toO. Bradley, then extensions of the county unit local further option gotten when Hunter, the Re- laws he Incurred the enmity of the liquor asks the senator governor of the state, seldom leaves homo after the evening publican nominee. people and through taxation laws the ill meal. The Nelson county man was returned to will of the whisky rectifiers. Before his A normal, wholesome, Christian home, the lower house in 1S0S, and had attained term as governor had close Me was nomlijessed by health, hope and happiness, such prominence in the assembly that he inated by the Democrats , the state in not untouched by sorrow, unspoiled by was made speaker. At that time he was a primary election for the oH e of United California Woman Seriously years of age. the young- States senator, defeating James B. vealth and dominated by the highest but twenty-eigIdeals such is the home of the junior sen- est man ever given this office in Kenfor that honor. In those days the Alarmed. ator. tucky. As presiding officer he attracted state legislature had the finM say. and. member of No much attention, and the Democratic Democratic there "A short time ago I contracted a take new seat better the next senate will state convention of theinfollowing year he although in thatwas a cle-t- r was defeated his informed or better body, he majority was chosen for the work the of the severe cold which settled on my lungs equipped administration ahead ofthis Dem- governor, as for the office of lieutenant through the machinations '" drew whisky ocratic than away the running mate of the and brewery interests, who is first a student, with a late William Goebel. Then followed the from him four men who h m been elected and caused me a great deal of annoy, wide knowledge of public affairs and most exciting period in Kentucky since as Democrats and pledged to his support closely In sympathy and in the contest ance 1 would have bad coughing the president and his secretary touch with ried civil war. The state assembly,was car- as the party nominee. of state. before the general Goebel Senator Elect Beckhum is not unknown spells and ray lungs were so sore and For a mana of his years Senator Elect was declared to have been elected gov in the national councils of the Demo- young man and has had a ernor and was shot down by an assassin cratic party. In the national conventions Beckhana Is rather remarkable career In the public almost at the entrance of the state capi-to- l. of , 1903 and 1912 he was a. delegate at . inflamed I began to be seriously alarm- life of his state. Born Aug. 5, 1869, W. L. Taylor, the Republican candi- large from the state of Kentucky, and In the son of and Julia ed. A friend recommended Chamber- Beckham,William N. of a family Wickliffe date for the governorship, established each convention represented hl3 rtate on he comes that has, himself in the capltol, surrounded by a he committee on resolutions of tho conbeen prominent regiment of the lain's Cough Remedy, saysng she had His mother was in affairs of the south. and. the DemocraticKentucky state guard, vention, helping to draft the national platthe youngest daughter claimants, with Beck- form of the party. He "'as thus baen of Charles Wickliffe. who used it for years. I bought a bottle alsoGovernor portfolio A. postmaster gen- ham at their head, opened up offices at closely associated with Mr Bryan, with held the of the Capital hotel for the transaction of whom he has stumped Kentucky in all eral in the cabinet of President the and it relieved my cough the first Her brother, Robert Wickliffe, was Tyler. theybusiness of the commonwealth, where of the campaigns since 1S3 Ho was a were surrounded by a portion of the Wilson adherent when it was unpopular a govnight, and in a week I was rid of the ernor of the state of Louisiana. She was, state guard loyal to their side of the con- to be on that side in Kentucky, owing therefore, the daughter, the sister and the troversy. The Democratic majority candidacy of a former Kentucklan. cold and soreness of my lungs," writes mother of men who held the first office general assembly was prevented byof the Champ Clark, and rendered valuable servTaywithin from meeting at the capltol. and. driv- ice to the New Jersey man at the BaltiMiss Marie Gerber, Sawtelle, Cal, states. the gift of a the people of their lor through His father, lawyer and f.irmer. en the streets bv his Ku.iiilsinen more convention. At Washington; he wilt For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad died when the subject of this sketch was to prevent their meeting elsewhere The ii't bo tou ' hi tfl wa'nWc for political ... .. ,..,-. ' f. amj conj but a mere boy. Otving to this lie got m lijutant general tven w. furthor than his sophomore year at old vado the room of the dying Goebel .should j ferences vhre affairs oi bis, importance-arbeing: discussed'. Central university when caUed home tot a meeting be attempted therein. 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If you are already a ""f, vnur subscription will be extended for a year from it t3 ";i vAdair County News. Farm Items. Columbia, ;Kentucky. j Vulcan of the Hindu mythology, J created the world. But on his To him who makes the m03t nnrnrnpnpinp-- f.o r.rear.e woman he of opportunity come the most discovered that with man he had opportunities. imal's throat. The buck the breeding of house flies. It er, was far from, dead, and does not kill the adult fly but it leaped to its feet again, bearing prevents the eggs from hatchDowney, The animal then dashing. ed into the woods and ran some By preventing the breeding of distance before Downey was flies near the house such diseases thrown off. Reim saw the octyphoid and tuberculosis, the currence but feared to shoot lest germs of which are spread by he should hit his companion. The deer escaped. flies, will be greatly reduced. Manure is not injured as a ferHow Hadley Proposed. The way President Arthur Twining tilizer when treated with borax Hadley, according to a Yale legend, father-in-lafor at the rate of ten ounces to eight asked his prospective his daughter was permission to marry bushels of manure. This is characteristic. At the time this gentleman, iTuzon B. Morris, occupied an anomalous political position. He had reenough borax to do the work. w Xever bark a iiiare that is ticavy iu foal, especially if the ioau is neavy or tue grounu uiuddy. Such a mare can do plenty of work in pulling ahead. If there were fewer whips in the world there would be fewer ugly horses. It costs a good deal of money to buy a satisfactory team. In most cases this can be avoided by the farmer raising his own. Oat straw that is free from mold makes an excellent winter forage for idle horses. All the growth and thrift that can be encouraged and maintain- venr of the ed durimr the first, .. . a lire Believing it dead Downey - coits Hi insure a stronger ana ney. a better horse. jumped on its back, shouting to If dusty hay is fed sprinkle with water, and it will save the Reim to hurry and cut the an- 4. horse much annoyance, but bet- X 4 tor not feed it. nt nil. howev- J. j L . A !! T j. When Ameri American scientist. was first settled the Dutch and the Spanish were strong competitors foi the trade of the world. The word dollar is hut a corruption of the Dutch 'thaler" or "thaller." a coin much used In commerce at that period and Tvhictt superseded the "pieces of eight" of Spanish coinage. The peso or piaster, which was the Spanish name for the "pieces of eight," was worth approximately the same as the thaller, and Dutch name was easier to say it found a place in our language in form, while the abbreviatios. for the peso remained as the sole reminder of the Spanish mintage In our financial records. as-th- e X .la In times of close financial dif ficulties when business is dull is the time to strive for more busi ness. This the progressive busi ness man realizes. The same s true in farming. Increase your equipment if necessary; buy 'fertilizer if desirable; employ hands if they are needed. Someone is going to reap a great liward next year. Why not you. the borax should be applied arounrt the outer edges of the pile, as that is where ( How Women Were Made. most of the maggots are found. The manure should then be sprinkled with two or three galAn ancient Hindu legend has h that woman was first made in lons of water to eight bushels of lis wise: Twashtri, the god doe. the frolicsoraeness of the manure. Most-o- f exhausted all his creative materials, and that not one solid element had been left. This, of course, greatly perplexed Twashtri, and caused him to fall into a profound meditation. When he arose from it he proceeded as follow: He took 'the roundness of the moon, the undulating curves of the serpent, the graceful twist of the creeping plant, the light shivering of the grass blade and the slenderness of the willow, the velvety softness of the flowers, the lightness of the feather, the gentle gaze of the When used in stables borax should be sprinkled in the quantities given above with a flour sifter or fine sieve. cently been elected governor of Connecticut, but his claim was disputed. and the state was In a political turmoil. "Mr. Morris," was the way Mr. approached the subject of his call, hope that I at least may be per I mitted to to call you governor.' World's Work. 1 Speed of the Street Song. One of the curious things about the popular song Is the rapidity of Its dissemination among the street children. Few of them can hear it at first hand at the music halls, yet long before the latest catchy tune has found its way to the barrel organs or Sunday newspaper yon will hear it rendered with amazing accuracy by tiny boys and girls. It seems to travel like rumor through an East Indian bazar. London Standard. These art seated in a circle, and one of the play4 ers stands iu the middle. The player-i3. the middle gives each one in the ! circle the name of some article to at the grocery. Then, stand Ing In the center, be calls out the SILAGE FOR SHEEP. name of two articles, the names or which he has given to the players Judiciously Used Ensilage Is a Chvap The two players representing thest and Valuable Feed. two groceries must change places,, Accurate data regarding the value while the player in the middle tries te of silage in a ration for fattening get into one of the seats. At any time she'ep and lambs are scarce, hut what the player in the middle may call one there are indicate tliat it is useful, says "Groceries!'' Then all the players-mus- t change their seats, and the one Ellis Roil of the University of Nebraska. As far back as the early nine- not getting a seat must take the placa ties the Michigan experiment station of the one in the middle. This is a fed some lambs on silage and othee j variation of the well known "fruit foodstuffs. The gist of their findings basket" is to the effect that a mixture of " fodders composed largely of a good Girl Scouts. quality of silage proved a cheap and The girl scouts have an organizatlor successful ration for fattening lambs. similar to the boy scouts. They are- . The Iowa station at Ames mado divided into patrols and troops with a some comparative tests of dry hays, membership of "tenderfeet," first and roots and silage as roughage in 1900 second class scouts. Their motto is and 1007. In lots fed the first winter "Do a Good Turn Every Day." The-- ' the silage cheapened the ration conoid- - onlfoipi consists of a white blouse, erably. During the second winter the khaki skirt, with two side pockets and various lots were fed for along period, a row of buttons in the front and a 1GS days, and the silage lot refused to red, black or blue tie, according to the eat much silage. They ate almost as choice of the troop. A khaki macki-na- w much grain and hay as the other lot coat and campiag outfit complete did and the gain on these silage lambs the equipment was more expensive than was that with some of the other food combinaThe Queer Little Mantis. tions. But the average of the two The mantis is a queer shaped Jnseer,. years was favorable to the use of which is able to resemble objects lis Bilage as a means of cheapening ths form and color. It is thus able to proration. The lambs from all lots fin- tect Itself, for it can Imitate leaves,, ished into market toppers, but the rocks, dead wood, sand, shells, etc.,. dressed carcasses showed the silage only by careful watching can lambs a little superior on the hook. and be discovered. Some of this family-ar- e Taking these few experiments then very attractive, one In particular,. Into consideration and also the genWhich Is shaped like a pink flower, beeral results which various feeders have ing beautiful. When it is at rest on a obtained in practical work, it seems joints and it flattens that silage has an Important place plant blossom on Its green. leaves.looks. the Uka among desirable and economical feeds V, i .1 r to play "grocery game." At least eight players are necessarj The Grocery Game. - I it or fattening Rhran. I JS- - - - tff" i X. THTC Ar)AIT?'OTiNTY NK$ i Ml JJ-T- f T-ABA- ffi1YS Let,us roads, better schools, belter, morals, better farms and better. hvine. ' ' fablished Every Wednesday - - BY THE 'firs i - - The writer on the Louisville Incorporated.) Times of What is doing among politicians in Kentucky, hands EDITOR. .HAS. S. HARRIS out the following: "According to the "dope" being dispensed Democratic newspaper devoted to the ln-Sa- res Air County NewsXoropany. y Happy New Year! $3.00 $ .75 1 ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS of the City of Columbia and the people AAair and adjacent counties. Post-offlc- -- Catered at the Columbia nft class mall matter. Subscription price e as 51.00 per year. sec gubernatorial a n n ouncements will be forthcoming before the by the political "dockers" at least three more Democratic Our appreciation prompts us to express to all our sincere thank's for the valued business entrusted to us, and wish for one and all a Happy New Year with all Prosperity and Good Fortue. MURRAY BALL. Courier Journal " m k Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) WED. DEC 30, v- 1914 . THE OLD AND THE NEW. holiday seasonjis over, and the new year may see one or more of them in the running, Con-Com-Jo- hn AND The march of time, the flight of years, the passing of events Friends Throughout the State are Urging Him to Make the Race for seem to be so rapid that our bow His Wonderful and Interesting Record. Governor. d of 1914 is mixed to the with its passing from the calenRegular Annual Bargain Period Limited to The Journal of Labor which is by a majority of 32,062. he reRapid as the days dar of time.i These Two Months. the leading labor paper of Ken- moved from Adair to Frankfort with the busy ; and months pass tucky, in the issue of Dec. , 19th, and has since made his home in man, yetjdoubtless, they drag has the following to say about that lovely town amid the hills. and linger with the idle or inOne-Half Price him: different, but all the same they He applied himself at once to a "The, wiseacres declare that thorough overhauling of the come, they go. xesterday is .gone, one of the forthcoming candi- affairs of his office, he surroundis passing while toSubscription orders at this rate will be acdates for Governor of Kentucky ed himself with bright, capable morrow is only a few hours cepted only when sent through regular is the Hon. James Garnett, who and energetic assistants, who ahead, so'goes the present year, Courier-Journ- al is an A number one man, as he have been of great service to him bo comes the new. Before The agent in this district, hails from old Adair county, a in his work. No man was better News appears again the one will section of the State that has fitted for the office of Attorney be gone, the other will be here, The Edmonton News has never heard the whistle of a General than James Garnett. and standing between the going It was a good publicaColumbia, Ky. railroad train. and the coming we bid adieu to He brought to the discharge of tion and the editor should have "He first saw the light in Co his duties legal knowledge, busthe one and extend greetings to been supported. There was no COURIER-JOURNA- L lumbia, November 15, 1871, and iness ability, knowledge of fiis-cthe other. In business matters CO., Louisville, Ky, trouble about the size of his subColumbia and year just closing has not was educated at the affairs; and set himself to in scription list, but many of his Georgetown Colleges. Having a work to rid the State of its burbeen as prosperous as many of us ill patrons received the paper from really desired,?yet no serious capredilection for the law the den of unauthorized debt. He year to year and then neglected lamityhas occurred,and the peoyoung Adair man then came to n man i to pay. It was unjust treatment Louisville and was graduated opposed all useless and foolish Jude Lynch, a ple of this country have the necexpenditure of public money, he in this part of the country, died Notice Public and as a result, the paper had essaries to sustain life, and the from the Law Department of the advocated publicity in conducting last Sunday, with dropsy and but one course to pursue, go to General Blacksmithing University of Louisville in 1893. his business, and he insisted other troubles at his step son's luxuries of peace and good health edthe wall. We trust that the blessings so precious that busHis marriage to Miss Lena upon retrenchment and reform. W. M. Hinegar. Buggy, Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly itor of the defunct publication iness conditions should not seria charming and lovely He was the warm upholder of a may find a good paying position. We received a letter from our done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia ously mar their happiness. The was the next cru- system of taxation that would young woman, friend, J. J. Hunter, of Snyder, attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right ar.d News has not received its just Ninety-thre- e persons, includ- cial point in his career, and af- bring to light all untaxed propsatisfaction Guaranteed. Texas, a few days ago. He re earnings forced to the hardest ing the Mayor of Terre Haute, ter establishing himself as the erty and force all to bear a share Shop on Depot St near I & J. Depot ports himself and family getting! year of its existence, yet it looks Ind., has been arrested in that head of a household he threw in the burden of taxation, shift- along nicely. We had the pleasPHONE NO. 75 not to the past with regrets or city, charging them with con himself into politics, and became jng the load from the shoulders ure of sending him by parcel misgivings, but to the future spiracy to corrupt the election, one of the wheel houses of the of small property holders to the JEFF PARSON, post, a few of the finest chest with hope and faith in the great- held last November. Democratic party in his section backs of all holders of taxable Campbellsville, Ky. nuts that grew in this section. ness of our people and the reof the State. .Tor more than property, and thus equalizing Jim has never forgotten the good The foot and mouth disease twenty years ne nas oeen one oi sources at their command. Last j thjngs as they should be In things that grow in old Adair, year the drouth spread its blight caused the cattle sales in Chica- the most brilliant and forceful i this ronv he he riWl Hi rar and in a few days we will send Charlie Janes, She wa3 seventeen years old. She died in the over the products of the harvest, go to drop $19,000,000. lawyers at the bar and his suc- much money and brought much him one bushel by express. bloom of her youth. She was its effects being seriously felt cess has been phenomenal. Ei- more into the Treasury. This LATEST WAR NEWS. this year. Last year we were ther by appointment from the management of public affairs Mr. Ed Tarter, of the Pickett a member of the United Brethmenaced by the fear of war with The German Admiralty an- Governor or by agreement of par- alone should entitle Mr. Garnett community, was in our midst one ren church at Mt Pleasant and Mexico, which fear extended far nounces that on December 25 ties he has served as Special to the gratitude and regard of day last week, and informed us was a lovely girl, loved by every Blank-enshi- p body that knew her. The writinto this. Last year we were British ships made a dash into a Judge of different Circuit Courts. the people of Kentucky and dem- that Gile Downey, Press himself went hunting er gives the parents his deepest German bay and that hydroaero- He was elected County Attorney and scared by the drouth, and this onstrate his ability to fill any by them adlast Monday and killed fifty-sesympathy. year we were hurt by it. Last planes convoyed of Adair in 1897, and had the office within their gift. en rabbits, the weather being so year peace prevailed in Europe, vanced at the mouths of German honor of Your scribe closed lagt FridaV) to that office. "During his strenuous 'life Mr. extremely cold that they let sev the most successful school he rivers and dropped bombs on From 1895 to 190S he was a but this year engulfed in the Garnett has found time to idenmost destructive war in the his- ships at anchor and a gas tank member of the Democratic State tify himself with several frater- eral pass. Ed says out of the has ever taught. He taught at tory of the world, paralyzing near Cuxhaven. German aero- Central Committee from the nal orders, having joined the 57, he killed 23 and also a fox. Rowetown. He had fourteen business around the globe. Un-- . planes hit British destroyers, the Eleventh district, and the value Masons, Odd Fellows and Now if any one can beat the that came every day and the report says, on one of which fire above in one day, let us know children were all sorry to tell . der conditions not made nor inof his services to the Democratic Knights of Pythias. through the News. him good bye. vited by this government, be- - hroke out. party is incalculable. He inter"No matter in what business Fighting continues along the - yond its power to Miss Mary Garnett, who taught The Wilson and Antioch schools arrest, it is no ested himself in business affairs engaged he has thrown greater part of the battle fronts also and held the position of Vice he has ' wonder that the hum of industry himself heart and soul in his our school, closed the term last closed last Friday and combined has slackened and ourcirculating with little appreciable progress President of a good bank, and work and is justly regarded as Friday. We can heartily recom- in an' exhibition at Wilson. The medium contracted. But the by any army. The Germans in last but not least just along here one of the most gifted and pro- mend her, as one of the best Bird school also closed. year of 1914 is now within a day their official report, announce? he became a member of the Bap- gressive politicians in Kentucky. teachers of the county. If there Jim Rupe has been on the sick atof its grave leaving within that they have ceased their tist Church demonstrating, the His integrity has never been as- was a single one in the district list this week. tacks en the Bzura River, where its blessings a peaceful people, fact that amid the hurly burly of sailed and his record as a citizen, displeased with her teaching we Mr. J. R. Gaskin, of this place, in peace, an industrious agricul- the Russians are massed, and are political and professional life he a man and a Democrat stends never heard of it. Our children is in a critical condition with way to Warsaw advanced rapidly with all of their tural population with full gran-erie- s trying to find a still found time for religious du open for all to view. kidney trouble and dropsy. along the Pilica River. Four and a resourceful country ties and recognized the import- "When old Kentucky picks her gem studies. Good order both in the F. A. Strange is able to sit up killed and 500 with the greatest opportunities hundred men were ance of taking an interest in To shine upon her hand, gol darn it, school room and on the play by a collision between ground, prevailed during all of some now, but has been in a crit She passes up just every thing ever offered. To 1914 we bid injured spiritual matters. troop and hospital trains at ical condition. good-bythe term. To 1915 we welcome, "When Mr. Garnett was elect-e- d And decks her gubernatorial ring Poland. believing that prosperity vjill Attorney General of the State with naught more radiant than her The sale at J. A. Diddle's on We have had some of the coldGarnett."' crown her passing months to a Fog has interfered with the last Friday, was well attended, est weather the writer has ever battles in flanders, but along the remarkable degree. To the readand what property sold brought seen for the time of year. Owing to the bad roads and town, stopped over for the night ers of The News we can only ex- French front the Germans have its worth. Mr. Diddle and fam- - Buel Shives has been comple Wilmore House last Fri- the amount of ice on the creeks, counter-attack- s. at the ily will leave for their new home ing the list here, this cold weathtend our good will and wishes. delivered fierce our mail from Louisville failed to A Zeppelin flew over Nancy and day. To the people of Adair county, in Logan county in a very short er. dropped fourteen bombs, killing Wethington left for reach us a day or so of last week. Mr. Robert in general we mean more than time. There is lots of sickness here two and wounding two persons. Clementsville the first of the Mr. W. P. Flowers bought last good will, We mean to join in now. Rugby. week to spend the holidays. week, a very desirable building points to any movement that Gradyville. Card or Thanks. James and Will Diddle started lot, from Warren Sexton. Price better conditions and when the ' Miss Beatrice Janes died Dec, for their farm in Logan county not known. year 1915 has passed from time disthe first of the week. I wish to thank the people of the Mr. and Mrs. Arvest Hill left 19 at 4 a. m., with a brain we trust its records will be bright The coldest weather of the We have one ice house .filled for Jamestown Edith and Casey Creek neighborhoods the first of the eased. She was only afflicted a fjr their Close attention during the er and better 'than any other season this week. we have had week, to spend the holidays with short time, but suffered a great with the finest-icsickness of my dear wife. .similar period of all the past. Mr. Ezra Moore, of James for years in this section. their relatives and friends. the daughter of T. E. Young; ideal. She was bud-hoo- to-da- y gressman A. 0. Stanley, missionerJfcOf Agriculture W. Newman and Attorney Gen- eral James Garnett figure in this trio of aspirants who are coquetting with the final say. Con' gressman Stanley has stated to friends positively that he would run for Governor, and a few Comdays ago in Washington missioner Newman declared he would be la candidate for Gov ernor no matter who or how many got in the race. While not so outspoken, Gen. Garnett has let it be know that his entry need cause no surprise." ATTORNEY GENERAL GARNETT. During January February Only Regular Just sus-pende- d. JOHN W. FLOWERS al well-know- to the Var-dema- n, ; i ! v- . re-electi- on Ka-lis- z, e. e T"""-0-? e - Vis- - -t THR A.DMR COiJNTY NEWS Personals." Mr. R. A. Myers, Monticallo, came oyer for the holidays. Mr. Chenaulfc Hugely, au attorney, of Danville, was here last week, en gaged in taking depositions. Mr. Paul Hughes, who is in Centre College, is spending Christmas at home. Mr. W. T. Ottley spent a day or two of last week in Louisville. Mr. W. E Morgan, Amandaville, was here a fiw days ago. .Dr. and Mrs. P. II. Conover. Mr. Vernon, Ky., arrived m time to spend the holidays with relatives here, Mrs. Maggie Rubarts and Miss Sallie E. Murphy are visiting near Liberty. ' Mr. Aivin staples, who is a brother! of Mr. Geo. W. Staples, is visiting here. His home is in Illinois. Mr. Joe Russell reached home in time to take turkey with his family Misses Geneva Stephens aud Lottie4 Wilson, Russell Springs, who are in school at Russellville, were here last Wednesday, en route home for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. H. M Dockerj, of Kansas City, Mo , were here last Wednesday, en route for Jamestown. Mr. Dockery is a brother of the late Sirn-c- o Dockery. Mr. V. C. Burke, of Louisville, was here a few days ago. Messrs. Tom and Roraie Judd and Miss Lilhe Judd are all at home until the first of the year. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Harris visited at Grady ville and Portland last week. Mr. Melvin Grissom. who has been employed at Elkhart, 111., reached home last week, and will remain until March J. O Ewiug, a leading attorney, Mr of Burkesville, was here a few days ago, to meet his daoghter, who was on her return home, for the holidays, from Caldwell College, Danville. Mr. Hermann M. Barnett. General Manager National Live Stock Rem- edy Co.. Chicago, Ill.j arrived week, on a visit to aud friends. At one time he was a stu dent in the Lindsey-WHsoh- . Miss Cora II ogard, who teaches at Central City, is with her parents here until the first of the year. Miss Minnie Kemp will enter the business department of the Business University of Bowling Green the first last-relative- ENRY-JOSWOHTHIN.P,AGEF- ; - OVEHrSORSHIR . JN 'OLD KENTUCKY ! ! i s J nccoccmonf nrninur t Tin nrnnprtv ..v D. 11 lailrjad companies and other cor- - of the railroad companies could be, State Alitor Wiio Has t&lped prorations liable to affranchise tax had increased. I do not believe the farm lands ofc jbeen inadeauatelv assessed for many lhis state are generally assessed ttip tfi RrintT Afinnt PirPr Vflllia.' years, and , consequently were not pay-- ! I QllCl . VQIUQ , .. . .. IU UUnSi KUUUl ... , iilg lllCll 1UI1 piUXJUILlUU UL IUB laAeb ItPTaMnn and valuation as low as onehalf of their real value. If the value tion of Franceses oi Big due the state and the counties and of the farm lands of this state should cities therein. During my campaign for auditor in 1911, I pledged the peo- - be estimated by capitalizing the net Corporations is a Candidate i 5r thnt. if ftlf!tPd. T wnnirt fniiv !inH income derived therefrom on the fairly investigate this subject and, if j basis of 6 Per cent. which method is For Denioc;ai:c homination, I found that the franchises of these employed to find the value of railroad corporations were not fairly assessed, property, it would be demonstrated as chairman of the board I would use that real estate at present is assessed my power to correct any official de at approximately the full value thereRUNNING ON RECORD linquency that had theretofore exist-- ; of. In other words, if the same mode or method of ascertaining value AS PUBLIC SERVANT ed in that respect. Soon after entering upon, my ..official should be applied to find the value of duties as auditor I caused a carefui real estate: it ..'woulay be shown that examination to be made of the .reports real estate is assessed at its full Full Day's Work For Full Day's made by all corporations for assess- - value.-- r The court, preliminary to issuing, an Pay and a Square Deal If! ment Purposes to ascertain whether companies .injunction,"on-required these a valuation to 'pay1 uau lucac vuiyuidiiuuii iu me Taxation For Rich and Poor been adequately assessed for aai pur- Lreatly in excess of any sum they had the poses of finding out the truth as to paid on in previous years. The aggreAlike in His Platform. the actual value of this character of gate increase in the amount of taxes paid by these companies in the year To the Democrats of Kentucky: property in the state. After due reflection I have fully deI had this information carefully pre- 1912 over the year 1911 was about cided to become a candidate for the pared, in writing, and when the time 125,000. In the years 1913 and 1914 Democratic nomination for governor came to assess these franchises laid a like sum was 'collected from these ot this great state. I do this with a it before my colleagues on this board. companies. During the three years full sense of the high responsibility ' The result of the investigation I of my administration these four comincurred, if nominated, and (he obliga- made of this subject showed that panies have paid to the state 375,000 tions that will rest upon rac if elected. niQsf'of the small companies doing more in taxes than was paid by them I have been a Democrat all my life business in the state had previously during a like period of time under the my Immediate of end have never voted against a party been properly assessed; but the large administration nominee. My father before me was corporations of the state, those with predecessors. These suits now penda Democrat, and I am proud to say great power and political influence, ing, when decided, will determine finally the amount of taxes these comtfcat I have five brothers of the same bad been grossly n equally (either bv desisn nr thrniisrli incnm. panies will have to pay annually to faith, all of whom have jetencv). One of the most flagrant the state in the future, and the quesfaith, and I now ask that the people examples of favoritism extended by tion of the real value of this property or this great commonwealth shall r.. j : dvuo's :; !!ice v. as that of will no longer be open to discussion. It is important that the question or alue of these franchises should be judicially determined and forever settled, because the belief has prevailed in this state among all the people for seme .years that the big corporations of the state were always active in politics of the two dominant parties in the state, with the end in view of being favored in the assessment of their franchises. With franchises of - ;" corporations assessed at their real alue? as they shOHld be, the corporations will be tahen out of politics in this state, as they ought to be. tVi . I " , under-assessed J A" tended by the , companies that the property bf tlie Vailroad companies "was assessed at .more than its leal value by the present hoard), and that tne assessment against farm lands and city lots must be raised, before -- ... f Russell Creek Baptist Academy f j . real Baptist School. Solicits the j patronage of all students who ap- preciate moral and religious train- ing. All grades; strong High School and Normal Course. Special atten- tion to backward students. Second X term begins January 4. Boarding 1J Hall convenient. Terms very rea- - $ sonable. Address or call on A W. O. WELBORN, $ Campbells ville, Ky. Principal &$&&&$&&& $$ ece$sxxe FARMERS and shippers of TOBACCO Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Established PICKETT We TOBACCb WAREHOUSE INDEPENDENT conduct a "Strictly Independent" TobaccolWarehouse, Commission Business and are not connected directly or iudi- -' rectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company, and give personal attention to the sale of all tobacco intrusted to our care. BRIDGES & COMPANY, Correspondence Solicited incorporated, Proprietors LOUISVILLE, KY. fa B cyurvejfin-Land Owners Attention. C. did when we built: theKbridges wouldjbe glad. I would be glad to hear from others on this subject1. A I am in favor of and, if elected, will advocate the passage of a law that will require that all state supof next week. plies used at all state institutions to Mr. R. Mont Feese, wife and chilhe purchased by the competitive bid dren, who had left Columbia for their ding systepi, and that the lowest open Columbia, Ky. home in Somerset, were overtaken bid for supplies furnished all institutions be accepted, and I believe the and returned to town when Mr. J D. state could easily save 100,000 a year Flowers, father of Mrs Feese, was Purdy. by inaugurating such a system. taken dangerously ill; and were at his j in I am in favor of and will work for, demand. No money changircr bedside when the end came. if elected governor, the establishment Miss Jennye McFarland, who spent As I promised I. W. Holmes, hands, and the laboring class g- -t of a system of taxation that will be several months with her sister, Mrs. fair and just to rich and poor alike, formerly of this place, now of but little work. You can hire Talmage Smith, Indianapolis, Iud., reand that will cause the listing of perturned home last Saturdaj afternoon Greenwood, Ind., I would lethim; hands at 50 cents per day. sonal property for taxation, whicn Mr. John A. narris, who teaches at j r.ow, because of the rate of taxation hear through TheNews from his j Frank Burton. Columbia, Teun , is spending a week hi many taxing districts, does not pay home, I now write: or ten days with his parents, Mr. and any taxes at all, and that will placi told Mrs. C. S. Harris. the burden of taxation where it be Rugby. Our merchant, J. B. Burton, Dr. O. P. Miller and Miss Mary longs, on those best able to bear it. ' lost a valuable mare last week. I am in favor of such legislation, oi Miller, the former in the Louisville of a constitutional amendment, if She was running and playing and University, the latter a teacher in Miss Beatrice Janes, whose necessary, to put a fixed and definite one of the city schools, came home for limit upon the rate of taxation in ran through a woven wire fence t death we reported last week, the holidays. Kentucky, a step which I believe ' Mr. and Mrs. Ewiug Stults, of which resulted in her deatK j was buried last Sunday at the will cause our officials to follow a polTenn., are visiting at the Knoxville, ' Rev. J. She was valued at $200, insured Rowetown graveyard. icy of economj and efficiency in home of Mr. T. R. Stults. of the people's funds. H. Janes conducted the funeral Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Yates left MonI am opposed to the convict labo' j for $150. Bowday morning for their home in system and favor the abolition of the The school closed here last Fri- - services. There was a large ling Green. HENRY M. BOSWORTH. present contract system and the elim crowd there if the foads were Mr. Robert Summers is at home form their judgment of my character, the Cincinnati Gas Transportation ination of the competition with or- !day. It was 9 splendid school,! ganized labor that is the direct result the children making rapid ad- - bad- - May her soul be resting from Berea. honesty and intelligence and fitness of it. I am in favor of the use of eon Mr. J. T. Goodman, Rowena, was for the oflice, after a critical exam pany was assessed for the year 1911 now with God whm she loved. ination of my official conduct, and at $30,824 and paid to the state taxes victs to produce what is needed b' ivancement. The children who here Monday. 4 pur- ' The school at this place, taught Mr. Wilbur Reynolds and wife, who after making careful inquiries of en that assessment amounting to the state institutions and of the missed a fine op , which they may did not attend of a visited here, returned to their home in those who know me as to my reputa-- ?154. For the year 1912 the franchise chase in thefarm on to produce tu open air portunity. Miss Annie Farris by Prof. Evin Roberts, closed tion for honesty and fair dealing to of this comrany was assessed by the labor Louisville Monday. foods needed in these institutions. sll men, and it is for them to say Iiesent boa.d at $1,SCC,385 and paid last Thursday. He taught a was the teacher. Mr. Bryan English and his sistsr, I am in thorough sympathy witn whether I am entitled to a continua to the state that jear the sum of Miss Golda, who are in School at Bow- tion of that support and of the con- - j $9,331 in taxes, and a like sum for the farmer, having been a farmer and Cy Cowen, who fell a few days successful school and all were ling Green, came home for Christmas. fidence they have in the past so gpn- - j each succeeding year living on a farm all my life. I will do d with him. Miss Mary Grissom, who teaches eiously accorded me , During the four years of my ad- - all I can as governor for the great ago, getting badly hurt, immusic in Tennessee, is at home with While acting as tieasurer of the ministration this one company will agricultural interests of Kentucky . Uncle Ezekiel Rowe is some proves very slowly. her mother and friends until the first state during the fearful financial j have paid to the state in taxes on its and the men and women engaged in better at this writing. panic of 1907, I made such disposition tianchise on the assessment made uy it. As long as the farmer is prosof the year. V. W. Curry is the champion the Miss Jennie Garnett, who teaches of the funds of the state in my care this board the sum of 37,324, where- - perous every other interest in peohorse swapper of this place. He Your scribe finished out the dunng that critical time as to pre- - as. had this board permitted the as- - state is prosperous, and all her music in Williamsburg Baptist Colserve the credit of the state, without j cessment of previous years to stand, ple share in disaster to them as well says that the hard times have school at this place, taught by lege, is spending this week at home. imperiling or destroying the credit of i would in four years have paid the s? in their prosperity. Mr. Evin Roberts, on account of Attorney General James Garnett is a single institution m the state and state $610 The state will If I am elected governor I will do helped his business, as farmers re- expected to arrive from Frankfort, to- without the loss of a single dollar of ceived from this company onhave in - ' nil I can to further the good reads the will trade their stock now. Be- his grand father, J. K. Gaskin, day. ' ocd all that i'osibV i i crease of its assessment in four years i movement the state's funds. being in a dangerous condition Mr. Elzy Feese came in from LouisThe auditor of the state, by virtue the sum of $35,708. enough to pay the secure a liberal appropriation for the fore hard times set in they would ville for the holidays, his family hav- of his office, is chairman of the board salary of state auditor for ten years. schools and their continued imy ove with heart and kidney trouble- not part from a hoof. ing arrived several weeks ago. of valuation and assessment of the j The total assessed value of the ment. Christmas opened with a big Mr. W. S. Feese and wife left for Ktntp nf Kpntiifilrv. which board hns frnnphispc: nf all nnrnnrnMniio in Mia l Tf iho rpmilf wnnt for ?nvernnr of L. E. McKinley, of Dunnville, entrusted to it a duty which is of state for the taxing year of 1911 was the state a man who will devote hn Somersetvlast Friday. remained over night at this place snow on the ground here and Mr. Jo Roseniield, Middlesboro, is more importance to tne people or tne S48.24i,64. on which the state re-- 1 time and what taienis ne may than any other duty connected , ceived in taxes the sum of 241,218.32. i eutirely to their welfare, without with his family here this week. last week. He had 675 turkeys. Santa had good roads to run his office. It is the function j The total assessed value of the j gard to any future political prefe--o- f that sleigh, Miss Ellen Burton left this (Tueswent off quietly that board, of which I "lave j franchises of all corporations in the ; ment (for I believe there can be ne They roosted along the road on day) morning, to spend the winter Been chairman here. for the past three , state made by the present board, of higher office, certainly no higher with her brother, Rev. H. 0. Burton, years, to value and for which I am chairman, for the yeitr cr, than the governorship of the state fences. Troy, S. C. taxation, the franchises of all railroad 1913 was $132,421,415. on which the in which I was born and reared), then There is lots of corn and fodI hear more road talk than Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Myers have re- companies and public service corpoia-tion- s taxes due the state amounted to I want the nomination. There is n1 doing business within the state. $612,107. On this assessment in the reason why the officials of the-sta- ts turned from Louisville Mr. Myers common, the mud has come soon- der out yet here and if we do was in the city several weeks a mem- This character of property forms a increase of the revenues of the state should fail to give to the state the er and is deeper than common. not soon get it in, it will all rot of the Bord of Examiners for considerable proportion of the' total amounted to $37.0,S89 a year. In four srme devotion to duty as is exacted ber taxable property in the state and the j ears the increase in revenues of the by any business corporation of its Now, as we have to pay 5 cents on us, Chauffeurs. Mr. Frank Sinclair's condition re- amount of taxes these companies are state from this source will amount to employes, and I promise the people as a State tax let us put up 25 required to pay is dependent upon the' $1,500,000 in round numbers, not only to devote that time myself mains critical. nature of the assessment made The four largest railroad compa- - to their interests, but, so far as I cents county tax, and not let oth"W. Mrs. M. E. Marcum, Mrs. Lena against them. That is, if the assess- - res in the state brought suit in the may have the power to see that every La-titPaull and two daughters, Misses ment of their property is too low, ' federal court in Kentucky enjoining other employe in executive depart-thes- e er counties get the benefit of our and Marshall, left last Thursday corporations will not be charged . the collection of the increased taxes ments of the state government does 5 cents tax, and us remain in the COLUMBIA, KETDCTCY to spend a week in Marion count , with their full shaie of the public levied on their franchises. The prin- - the same. A full day's work for a fnl! mud. The amount would not with Mrs H. V. Denver and Mrs, turden. If too igii. then the owners , cinal grounds relied upon by thesev day's pay will be the motto followeWill Practice in all'theJCouri Sam Burdette Miss S. R. Marcum, tuereof pay more than the fair pro- companies to maintain their suit was in the governor's office if I am elect hurt any person. If we vote the in substance, that the farm lands and ed, and it will apply to all the pthc Hurt's Ollic Rock Hill, S. C, came down to the portion of the taxes of the tate. It was a matter of common report other real estate in Kentucky was not departments over which I may hav tax all would feel just like they family of its even the semblance of control or in and general belief amonc the nconle assessed at more than one-haI of this state that the franchises of j real value (it was not seriously con- - fluence. HENRY M. BOSWORTH., j As auditor of the state for the past three years I have also been a member of the sinking fund commission of the state and, having information gained while acting in .that capacity. I believe I am thoroughly familiar with the fiscal affairs of the state. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. years He has thirty-thre- e experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or write T. C. Faulkner, friend,' "'Anderson, Oak-for111., sent the News a very interesting' letter, and I enjoyed it. As hejlived in the Eastern part of Adair?county, I will tell him that times are hard here. .All timber trading ic ripnd Farmers "are not doing much work, and a dull sale for all kinds of stock. Corn is selling at 50lcents per bushel, but it is d, My ; the-handli- ' . . j I , well-please- ! . I nav-stat- e re-wit- h X-m- as lion-asses- s T. OTT2LKY ia .. Offico-fnlRalli- n lf w f I - vu . & tf "L " THE ADAIKCOUNTY NEWS m SW Te Avoid Foot-and-Mou- th Disease. WELL Foot-and-Mouth DRILLER See me beim- 5 - - JC " ' - " is highly-ip-f ectious and may be carried on the shoes of persons who have had access to an in fected herd. The disease may also be carried on wheels of in various other ways. "Hence one method of spreading the infection results from the visiting of infected farms by farmers and other persons intent on seeing the disease. From an educational standpoint, farmers and cattlemen are, in a measure, justified in desiring to observe the disease at first hand, yet the danger resulting from this greatly oyerbalances the information to be gained, and is a practice which should be condemned by all having the interests of live stock raisers at heart. Dogs and cats should be kept tied up, and every method employed to destroy pigeons, buzzards, spar-aroand other carriers of the infection. Birds and dogs are not susceptible to the disease but are capable of spreading the infection to adjoining farms. It is imperative that all suspected cases of disease be reported to State and Federal authorities at once, and that no animals suifering from this disease be concealed. They will eventually be uncovered in the routine inspection which will involve a long quarantine of the entire State and which works a hardship on the people and causes a great depression in business. Some farmers are not aware of the seriousness of this disease and the inconvenience it will bring about until suppressed. The heartiest cooperation should be forthcoming from all cattlemen. All suspected cases should be reported to Dr. S. F. Mussel-maState Veterinarian, Louisville, Kentucky. There is no known cure for this disease. There are several remedies suggested from unreliable cources that are absolutely worthless, both as preventives and as cures for this disease. Do not buy any remedy for this purpose, regardless of testimonials. Avoid "sure cures" and serums for this disease, and do not permit the promulgators of same on your premises. They might bring the infection to your farm from infected herds. For further information, wrice to the Veterinary Department of the Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. for Circular 28. vehi-TclesSa- nd ws foot-and-mou- disease I will drill wells in Adair and adjoining counties. fore contracting. Daily What's The Matter With Your Baby? The youne mother and many an old is often puzzled to know the cause of her child's ill nature. The loudness of its crying does not necessarily Indicate the seriousness of its (trouble. It may have nothing more the (matter with it than a headache or a feel-wi- g of general dullness. It cannot, tourse, describe its feelings, but as of - ja nroHmlnnfv yyic&'ic'i,.a ..m.. a..-(trying a mild laxative. Nine times out of ten, you will find it Is all the child needs, for its restlessness and peevishness are perhaps due to obstruction of thfi and nnnn that .has been remedied the headache, the juu&gisnness ana tne many other evidences of constipation and indigestion will quickly disappear. . Don't give the little one salts, cathartic pills or nasty waters, for these will act as purgatives, and they are too strong for a child. In the families of one, too . .. fe. UDE$TflKEf?, Latest Courier - proved machinery of all kinds. Journal Pump Repairing Don6. me a Call. Give $6.00 a Year C. YATES J. "W. Will T. OTTLEY aAobnev-at-uiw Sunday Courier - Journal tive given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been found to answer most perfectly all the purposes of a laxative, and its very mildness and freedom from griping recommend it especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generally people who need a gentle bowel stimulant. Thousands of American families have been enthusiastic about it for more than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of thi3 remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monttrello. 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. Mrs. M. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxa- i keep constantly o hands a nice lin it Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and adies Robes, also a nice Hurse. over Cumberland 'olumbia, Ky. Lo-ati- on Grocers Co., Phone 52 A. J. B. Jones. COLUMBIA, KENTCaiY Practice in ali'the Courts Olfice: ln'Rollin Hurt's Offic Birdseve view of our Plant HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Am permanently located in lumbia. AH Co- .'At .vca.Tlw r W iVSgglsSH?3? 'fSTrt- yJgA?ltt.OTBEW xy:-" Z3wfJ 35V55Kf-V- t i i5v ffi JffTZ7k?!C?Cy PNEUMONIA TTPT. $2.00 a Year &yt w "TV Trrr'. .Z.V- - mmm "i "T left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, oui x was completely cured Dy All Clasps of Dental work done. Crown Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty Work Guaranteed DR. KING'S New Discovery jurs. j . AND Office over G. W. Lowe's Grocery Store Best Natioual News i. 50c $1.00 jox, J oliet, ill. AT ALL g DRUGGISTS. Surveying Land Owners Attention. T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do " " State News Local News Largest in Dixie" th Market Reports V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated Electric Bitters "I was suffering from pain in my stomach, head and back."' writes H. T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C. "and my liver and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles of Eiectric Bitters made me feei )Jke a new man." PRICE 50 CIS. Ai ALL DRUG STORES. Made A New Man Of Him. your Surveying correctly. years He has thirty-thre- e experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or write " t Foreign News Louisville, Kentucky. Political News of WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, -- Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog EVERYTHINGHN T. f. Faulkner, 1 lJ t Everything -- -rf 3VE3 65 YEARS' 'V n ta, V ' (t . for Everybody iSfi ws V, tiiwSe$k?& W? A". C li. JOES Veterinary Surgeon . and Dentlfet PHONE NO. 7N Are you interested in what is n, building. ears experience. Special attention taking place day Dy day all over given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School Ihe world ? If you are you NEED ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized r- - Designs 'lcJMfi-- ' Copyrights ic . ..,,. .,,. ,; cript!"nrnay . fJfc$r': s Trade Marks i '....- ! ... ' .:- - - Ij; i nr. v 4 , j ' r. i .tb'o. C'nimunies- on Patents H r'GEOOK jrf...!enM. - - nri: .rt.ij.ii hi ki C . receive fre Trhc'her an THE COURIER-JOURNA- L. and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. i v..Tirtiiimoly U'n'tratcKj weekly. i 'kktiilik Emttim. Iircest Go.3S4Broada'-NewYork 1 Notice to the Public General Blacksmithing Buggy, Carriage done. and Wagon Repairing neaUy Prices right and All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia If there is an agent in your town give him a trial order one WM Office. 25'SUWasbiru:fon.D.& tb t f anv icienMCc Journal. IemSJa ur t. mtbs, ?I. Sold by all rewsdeaJers. clr- - month Daily 50 cents, with Sunday 75 cents. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. Incorporated H2-II- 6 UiM s K Mi.ll ilijj li .FsaM attention to Horse Shoeing. CO- - Are Yoii g Wcaai f satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N, Depot1; PHONE NO. 75 If there is no agent in your town give order to the paper in Eaat Matket Mreei? BelweenlFSrst and Brook so-call- ed JEFF PARSON, J. B. Stone J. H. Stone Campbcllsville, Ky. which this advertisement '.ouisvi&ie. Ky, ap- pears (you may get a special clubdi- The Woman's Ton! 1 j Stone Q & w Stone, bing rate,) or send the order Attoney-AMa- rect to the FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS Courier-Journa- l. Will 'practice in this and adjoining counties. -- WEEKLY COUIER-JO.U- R- Jamstown, : Kentucky IB CHijdren's Coughs Both Children's Colds NAL has been discontinued, are Serious. "When one of your little ones shows symptoms of an approaching Cold, give afc once it Dr. Bell's acts vuickly, and prevents the Cold It 'growing worse. Very healing soothes the Lungs, loosens the mocous, strengthens the syster. It's guaran teed. Only 25c. ai Paull Drug Co. Bucklen's Arnica alve for Sores Ad Pine-Tar-Iloney C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON but FARM AND FAMILY, a ThclLouisvillc Daily Herald And the Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer " VETERINARY most excellent illustrated monthly magazine, is a worthy successor. he Adair Counly News and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Year Both.One For Only The price is only 25 cents a year. Ask for a sample copy. Special Poll-evi- Adair County News One Year Each $1.35 Four days is the average life :of an artillery horse and 10 days the life of a horse in the cavalry in time of conflict, said Edward Gage, an agent of the British government who is buying horses in America for use in Belgium and France. Mr. Gage asserted the British government bought its supply of horses to those figures. That nation has bought 58,000 American horses since the war begun. ac-cordi- Attnetin to Eyes Courier-Journ- al Company. l, Spavin or any surFiatulo, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon o due when work is done or Btock removed from stables. LOCATION-NE- INCORPORATED Louisville, Ky. Residence AR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE STREET. For S3.50 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is It 13 issued every Thursday, subscription price $1.00 per year, audit is one of the best heme metropolitan weeklie'of today. It has all the facilities of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatninc the world's events, and for that reason can jriue you all the leading- - news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp cditorirl3 and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome. farm or business man. This srrand Offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscribes for the above combination fright now. Call or mail Orders to up-to-d- ON BURKSVILLE ng keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and DENTIST two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Residence Phone 29, office Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g hone 9S. 45-- I Thia offer will hold good for only a short DR. J. N. MURRELL time. If you want to keep posted in poli- Phone13 B Business Pho e 131 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Columbia. Ky. Ad, tics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send jour subscriptions to up Stalls. this office: Kentucky Columbia, The AdairCounty News, Columbia, Ky. r THEEADAIR COUNTY NEW3 Tit His Case Exactly. ' 7 S 9 Saved Girl's Life tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- from the use of Thedford's Black-Draugh- t," writes ceived Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. X Tired! Are yon tired? rundown? nerroaa? Is everything you do aa. effort? Not it is not laziness. Yon are ill. Your system needs a tonio. Yonr Stomach, Kidneys and Liver need stirring tip. Nothing will do this better than J J J Jj "l want to "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, ht liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe JF saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, W they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's ht made them break out, and she has had no Black-Draug- 9 J J H J J Electric 50c. and $1.00 J Black-Draug- more trouble. I shall never be without J J J Bitters THE "When father was sick about six years ago he read an advertisement of Chamberlain's Tablets in the papers that fib his case exactly," writes Miss Margaret Campbell of Ft. Smith, Ark. "ire purchased a box of them and he has not been sick since. My sister had stomaoh trouble and was also benefited by them." Special All Notice All Druggists For sale by Ad. jaull Drug Co COMMISSIONER'S SALE. El Persons Who Are Behind BLack-DraugH- T JSj S gl jt in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ht has proved itself a safe, ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- L0UISVILLI TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. M. One Year on our Subscrip E. Corbiii, &c, Pltff. vs. ) J. E. Stubbs, &c, Defts. By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, thereof, 19U, in the above cause, for the sums of S8 and and costs herein, I shall proceed to 18-1- 00 $116-83-100, tion Books Will have to Come off, Under reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. U-6- 3 S90.-85-1- 1914 BETTER, BiGGER THAN EVER The 1914 oat crop of Kentucky will amount to approximately bushels, compared with a total yield of 3,168.000 bushels last year according to estimates given out by the Crop Reporting Board of the United States DeThe partment of Agriculture. oat crop of Continential United States this year is estimated at 1,136,755,000 bushels, or about 15,000,000 bushels more than last season's yield, t Fortunate is the man who has THE REGULAR PRICE OF the closest corporation of his fami ly. To him managing the THE LOUISVILLE TIMt farm is a pleasure, meeting his IS A YEAR. financial obligations at the end of the year will not be embarass- ing and his influenee as a citizen If YOU Will SEND YOUR 0RDFI in the community will be lasting. TO US, YOU CAN GET Home is robbed of its pleasure and contentment when there is discord or where a member of THE ADAIR COUMY the family is not reconciled to the farm home and its $5.00 offer for sale at the Court-houdoor in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid der, at Public Auction, on Monday, the th day of January, 1915, at one o'clock p. m , or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, t: the following described property, A certain tract of land situated on White Oak, in Adair county, Ky., and bounded as follows: Beginning at the corner of Ilart Ilovious' line, thence with his line to John Parker's line, thence with said Parker's line to George Redford's line to C. R. Bean's se to-wi- the Law, if not Paid at once The Will Government line, and with said Bean's line to the beginning. Containing 45 acres, more or less. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be preparred to comply promptly with Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More these terms. W. A. Coffey, than one Year ! Master Commissioner. of Execution Sale. Notice 3 AND jSfo $ By virtue of a Venditioni Exponas, issued from the ollice of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court, dated Dec. 11, 1914, in the case of V. M. Gowdy Co. vs. C. C Special Notice Greensburg, Ky. Pure Size 74 x 83 ) .UHL THE L0U1 V.LEE Wool Extra f TIME BOTH ONE YEAR $ Weighjnearly Eight Pounds. Prepaid anywhere for $5.00 a pair, and if you are not satisfied, just send them back to us and we will refund your money at once together with return mail "chargesjand you are not out a cent. Large Coverlets made like Old Style Weave $7.00 a pair, prepaid subject to your approval. Extra quality Yarn at 55c for White and 65 for Black, prepaid in lots of 5 lbs or more. All Wool Flanel 54 in. wide, 70c per yd prepaid. Cotton Extra Warp Flanel nice dark colors, plain 28c twilled 3Gc. Old Time Jeans pants in Regular sizes S2.25 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. That's exactly what vou get in oar liig Woolly Blankets ( F0R0ND $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prln ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corrti pondents. Covers the Kentucky field p Farmers Woolen Mills, P. O. Jamestown, Ky. E L REECE Mr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. fectly. Covers the general news flcl completely. Bradshaw for $54 G6 with interest from Sept. 21. 1914, and 89.G5 costs and ether costs, I will on Monday, Jan. 4, 1915, at about 1 o'clock, p. m., at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., offer for sale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder, on a credid of six months, with bond Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fences bearing interest from date with approved security required of the pur- A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quickschaser, with a lien retained on the and satisfactory fence. lands sold, the undivided (1-interest in two tracts of land, levied on and sold as the property of NOTE THE PRICE. C. C. Bradshaw, it being his undivided interest in the lands of the late Ad Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c Bradshaw. deceased, or a sufficiency thereof, to pay same, subject to the " 6 " " 26 " " " 18c 7 life estate of the widow, Mrs. Ad Bradshaw. therein, One tract con" 20c ". 6 " 8 taining about 27 acres, and known as (C ( the Eubank lands, and the other tract k 8 " 9" " 18c 32 on which the residence stands, con( on (( " taining about 30 acres, both lie ad" 6" " 22Jc 9 joining in Adair county, Ky., about i tt 20c " 9" two miles from Columbia, Ky. 9 39 (( tc one-nint9) Woodson Lewis $ &&x& $&$ $xfc$&$ S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff of Adair County. Notice Execution Sale. Square Deal Fence in all size3 at fair prices. Has the best and fullest mn The Daily kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics be Louisville And The Times New fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBS RIP AWAY HON RIGHT DENTAL OFFICKI Adair County Or. James Triplet! DENTIST OVER PAXJUO DRUG OO. Is the bestafternoon daily paper publish ed in Louisville. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 2D. OFFICE PHONB B requiredof the purchaser, with a lien retained on the lands sold, two tracts of land No 7 and 8, containing about 25 acres each, or a sufficiency thereof to pay said debt, interest and cost. Said lands are a part of the old Bailey farm, in Adair county, Ky., and is sold as the property of Lucian Smith, subject to hen of $2S2 held by Harriett Bridgewater, &c. S. H. Mitchell, Sheriff of Adair County. How By virtue of a Venditioni Exponas, issued from the ollice of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court, dated Dec. 11, 1914, in the case of Ed Eubank, vs Lucjan Smith for $11.95, with interest from May 17, 1900, and 6 45 ccst and other costs, I will, on Monday, Jan. 4, 1915, at about 1 o'clock, p. m., door, in Columbia, at the Court-hous- e Ky., offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder, at public auction, on a credit of six months, bond with approved security bearing interest from date Buy now before the advance. We have 30,OOOJ3rods subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as, to Quality and Price. A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." ing, both at old prices. We Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Clothe have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything Salt. Big Barrels $h75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for this month, only 90c. to Bankrupt the Doctors. It is Democratic, A prominent New York physician says, "It it were not for the thin stock-- ! shoes worn by Beef and Milk A-ple-nty but gives all the general news. - MMKM ings and thin soled Ma - .- - ll "- l-" We can furnish The Times and The Adah thinp3 for 3 for two yoar6. I trieT many Inof T xvwuv ..ilTnf uuw nnt- lifl(A uijip wuaw ubxxwxu luni, lit best pills orfmlH fi'tlofI aaii fnlinf niedicino over tried it in tbo women the doctors would probably be bankrupt." When you contract a cold do not wait for it to develop into pneumonia but treat it at once. Cattle are kept for two purposes; for beef production and for milk production. To do either right they must be healthy. There is nothing better to keep them in continued good health, or to make them well quickly when sick, than a few doses of ) m euntv News both for 4.50 per year. 2 rrriTfti,v.tYi,argnt m DR. KINO'S a C.E.ilcttjc.j.Ci j.o.TIV. Va. .! jiwsjwttiJ.' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is intended especially for coughs and colds, and has won a wide reputation .Joy its cures of these diseases. It is most effectual and is pleasant and safe to take. For Sale by Paull Drug Co. Ad Da JJCC JCC T(x(x STOCK MEDICINE Any time any o! my cattle cet anything wronz with them I give them a few doses cf B e e D e e STOCK AlEDICINE. They soon get weH. Iohft S. Carroll. Aloorhead. Miss. Stirs up the liver Drives disease poisons away. 25c, 30c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. P.B.2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ?e GIST OF WAR NEWS I All of the at Campbellsville. rooms at the dormitories and boarding houses have been - en- - Although statiag that further progress has been made, today's gajfe4-Ar S. H. Kelsey and wife communication from the French War Office lays chief emphasis their Christraas dinner afc on the repeated attacks by the Germans, who apparently have un- dertaken a series of vigorous onslaughts in response to the offen- Dr. C. V. Hiestand, Merrimac, sive movement of the Allies. Some of the German attacks extend- - spent a . few days with his family ed over considerable sections of ground, involving large bodies of atCampbelIsville. His wife and troops, but the assertion is made that all were checked. Percepti- children have moved to town in ble progress in Alsace is claimed by the French. order to place their children in Reviewing conditions in the East, the French War office as- school. There has been more whisky serts that the Germans have been thrust back along the line before Warsaw and that in the fighting in the region of Cracow the than U3ual shipped tofthe express office. Hundred of paper Russians have won the advantage. canteens can be foundSalonglthe The Japanese Embassy at Washington gave confirmation to public highways. last night's report from the official press bureau in Berlin that Claud Huddleston has been asPussia had ceded to Japan the northern half of the Island of Sak- sisting marshall Trotter, "as pohalin, directly north of Japan in return for some heavy guns The liceman during the holidays. southren half of this island, formerly Russian, was ceded to Japan Twyman Campbell is erecting war. after the a dwelling on the lot, he recently Bombardment by an American cruiser of the Turkish part of purchased from C. B. Turner, at Tripoli, Syria, is said at Athens to have been threatened on ac- Burdick. Mrs. Carrie Sapp, who was recount of an attack by Turks on the crew of an American merchantman on which British and French citizens desired to depart. The cently operated on for appendislowly improving. incomplete reports received from Athens state that the threat of citis, is The protracted meeting at the warship's commander quelled the attack. The cruiser TenLiberty was postponed on acnessee has been in the Eastern Mediterranean for several months count of the weather. and was last reported not far from Tripoli. Rev. David Vance has rented Italy's occupation of the Albanian port of Avlona was believed Ihis farm on Meadow creek and to open up possibilities of complications which might make it dif- will enter school in your town in ficult for the Rome Government to mainiain its neutrality. The order to prepare for the minisattitude of Rumania, also, was more than ever a matter of doubt, try. He is. a devout christian on account of reports from Paris that the only obstacle which pre- and will make no mistake in equipping himself for such imsented her from joining with the Triple Entente had been portant work. ed. Bulgaria was represented as having given assurances that she would remain neutral, relieving' Rumania from the fear of an Ml. Pleasant. attack from that quarter should she enter the war. Dispatches from Chile stated that the last of what was once As I have not written to your Germany's Pacific squadron was fighting to escape the fate which valuable paper for some time, overtook her four companion cruisers when they met the British. will write you a few lines. The German Gruiser Dresden, with the converted cruiser Prinze having a thaw as We are Ipitel Friedrich, were said to have been engaged by the British the weather has been the coldest Cruiser Newcastle near Valpariso. for four vears. Russo-Japanese t M0444h&3 4 rt 41 7) Q"6"SQ"6"6"fr4"Q"0 .;'- - Lindsey-wilso- n A Training School 4 Safe Place to Put Your Children 4 The second term begins Dec. 29, 1914. .New classes started in Tall departments at this time. The teachers class will be organized and afl 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. and try to make The teachers and pupils are cordial toward all their surroundings pleasant while here. Write and engage a room at once. new-comers O COURSES OFFERED. Training School Music Expression Normal Bookkeeping Intermediate Primary Shorthand and Typewriting For further information address, Moss What Brother Gardner Says. ! & 4444444444444 iced or not. 4 4 Columbia, Kentucky. 4 4 J88,5,$,8,,8,8I,B,3M8 time! Chandler, h. Door in' dat aimed $18, and yit dey look up f4. JOJSlES Veterinary Surgeon on me as lacking in philosophy. The health of this community and Dantlbt No man knows what a is good except Mrs. Everett Mur-rel- i, Now and den I think I'd like married life. ears experience. Special attention he is till he takes a nomina- - to be rich, but I hev only to re- - eiven to Surgical and Dental work. who has been very sick but Mr. Gilbert Abner and wife All of the business people of snun anu runs xur a puucmai oi- - member dat no rich man kin Office at residence near Graded Sch-cbuilding. Campbellsville report trade very are spending the holidays with we are glad to know she is im "ce- PHONE NO. 7N proving. wear h'"s last year's obercoat or satisfactory. Trade would have her family at Sheridan, lnd. I once knowed an innocent g0 wid oar' feet in de summer been better, if the weather had George Griffin is visiting at Eld. L ither Young preached a not been so severe for the last Willowtown. very investing sermon at Mt. man who was sent to jaii for to make me contented wid my I. H Stoxe J. B. Sroxs few weeks. fqrthree months, but as an off- - 0t ag'in. Our public schools have closed. Pleasant, Sunday. The farmers have butchered Interest" in schools are lagging, set I hev knowed 500 others who e Although the weather was so iStone & Stone, than usual on account if attendance is taken into more meat i Talking Money ought to hev bin sent fur a year, severe, a great many hogs were of the quarantine. It is . needed Attonev-At-Labut was not. anyway. There is noruse pay An Englishman has made .the Qaite. number of farmers slaughtered during the snow. $$ Will 'practice m I begun life taking down a ing freight two ways on food'have soJd toh The Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Sanders old saying "money talks," liter-all- y this and adjoining cour.uss. three-fofence between me that we need to supply home de prices are not satisfactory. If true, because by hi3 invenof Absher, visited at Mr. T. M. mands. and my naybur, but am ending Jamstown, KcntucKy : they would wait and place their tion he has marked them with a CundifFs. Sunday. Mrs. John Burris and children, tobacco on the market in betit by putting up one 15 feet high through the Little Frank Hendrickson, One of de reasons why I rever- line whkh, if run of Missouri, are visiting relatives, ter con(jition, there would be right machine, will speak right near here. She hasn't been here! less room for compiaint They who has been confined to his ence Gea-g-e JWashington is HENRY W. DEPP, up what the value of the note acfor five years. sacrifice too much in order to room with rheumatism, is slowI nebber borrowed tea or tually is. The banker who reMr. Frank Buchanan and wife, get some ready money, DENTIST. ly recovering. coffee of him. it needs only to run it St. Louis, are spending the! From off handed information ceives of Am permanently located in CoThe school at this place, taught No man needs sot up nights to through a pa;r of twin roilers respectives nearly one.haif of the corn crop holidays at their lumbia. by Miss Mary Young, closed last strive fur wisdom. If he gits homes. Mr. Buchanan holds a is ungathered. Too many which are connecte(i t0 ear All Cla;.se of Peni'al work don?. Crown' position with a hard-- j pended on having their corn Friday, and we must say she frewde day widout making a tubes, and the note will say in a Brltlfte anil Inlay work a taught one of the best and most r,ware firm. He recently bought snredded. fool 'of hisself, he has hit de Jow voic8f whkh can be heard All Work. Guaranteed satisfactory schools both to puJ. T. Jones' farm at Tampico. Brighfc wm Mr plumb center, by no one else, "Five dollars," Office over G. W. Lowe's It is not known whether he thig winter pils and patrons, that was ever afc EIkhom r bill dat I found a whatever was its original val- Grocery Store tends moving to this place. He has taught there several taught in this community. She Pickles Smith lost in de road, ue no matter to what amount Mr. Donaldson Philips bought terms, and gives entire satisfac- seemed to have a quiet influence and I restored it to him. I trad- - the forger may have raised it. Mrs. Anna R. Caldwell's farm tion. over her pupils for good and mewls wid Elder Penstock, a picture of the words, "Five WELL DRILLER at Burdick, last week. ConsidMessrs. Beck & Richardson, they were perfectly obedient ed and as long as he didn't diskiver dollars," is taken with a photo eration $17,500. It is one of the of your town, have opened a groI will drill wells in Adair and without any scolding, while she moat desirable farms in our coun cery at Campbellsville. They dat mewl was blind in one eye, mechanical process, the proof re- ty, and we are glad to welcome seemed to be well pleased with steadily advanced "them in all of I didn't say a word. I am jest sembling a jagged line. This is adjoining counties. Se me beMr. Phillips and his family their beginning, and we predict their studies. Order prevailed honest 'nuff. turned into zinc, the bank note fore contracting. Latest imour community. He started in a good trade for them. Compe both on the play ground and in Dar am no good reason why a being made a record for a phc- - proved machinery of all kinds. life a comparatively poor man, tition is strong, but there is the sebnni room. We can safely perf ectly healthy man wid a nographic machine, so that it is ; Pump Repairing but his energy and business tact something for every one. Done. Give recommend Miss Mary to any phil- - only necessary to run it through placed him in easy circumhas Mrs. Luther Smith, who lives school trustee in want of a good bank account shouldn't be a me a Call. stances. osopher and figger out dat mQst the" duplicator to hear the mes-o- f at Burdick, has been quite sick teacher;-Mr. Woodruff Hearon and Miss lately, but is convalescing.' She our troubles am blessing's in sage. At the same time, tha YATES . Ttfematrimanial married on tide is rising Flora Rucker were was raised in Adair county. disguise, but I nebberV could' eld banker can mark his own notes in our place. Mr. Owen Cun-dif- fi Christmas Eve, by Rev. Piercy. v Geo. Frank Turner and Marwith a set of the zinc knives and it on a dollar a day. and Miss Bessie Williams beBowen Wilkerson and Miss shall Cloyd, of Central UniverMr. Fur three weeks last summer roller. The inventor, Alfred the forger could not tamper sucLois Johnson were married on sity, Danville, are at home for ing ttie first on program. Don't Waydowii "BeDee and SamuiS. .Bawtree, of Sutton, England, cessfully with notes prepared in the same date. They are all two weeks. know who may be next as they , Shin sot on de fence and argueS giyen many demonstrations this way. young people who were esteemed Dhe indications point to an in- - took us by surprise. as to wether de moon was inhab- - tSJUtes practically proved that' by many, and we wih them nijfceased enrollment in the schools w Hatcher. ny days of happiness in their i t i i j w ot - be-ka- se J J j j de-lucrat- ive y. ; in-,ach(- Jol two-dolla- , j J. C '-- Si i '