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PROMINENT CITIZEN Masonic Election. I $ Last Thursday afternoon Mr. Frank Richardson and Miss Kate Jones, both of this place, left for Jeffersonville, Ind., where they were doubtless married either Thursday night or some time during the day Friday. Their elopement was a surprise, but it had been generally believed for some time that they would eventually get mar. ried. The groom is a young man of good habits, and, as we understand, there were no objections upon the part of the young ladle's parent. They left immediatelyfor Okla. The News joins with its best wishes, trusting that they may live long and happily and as they go hand in hand down the stream of time, rJ MEETS DEATH. The following is the program for the Hood Lodge, 839, Free and Accepted The Fiscal Court of Russell county week of prayer, beginning at the Masons, elected the following officers met a few days ago and levied a tax to Christian Church on Tuesday evening for the ensuing year: aid in building a pike from Jamestown V. M. Bryant, W. M. to Russall Springs. Citizens of the Mr. Frank Sinclair, Who Was Known at 6:39 o'clock: Good Roads a Symposium. R. J. Bailey, S W. county have subscribed three thouand 1. Good Roads and Their Relations W. N. Holt, J. W. to Every Body in the County, dollars which is to be expended for to Good Homes. J. A. McGaha, Treas. County will some schools have not been successful. the same purpose. The Dies at His Late Residence H. C. Baker, J. S. Chandler S. I. Blair, Secy. now apply for State aid to the amount successMany schools havebeen highly Good Roads and their Relation C. L. Murrell, Tyler. subscription. Rus This City. ful. So far as annual reports have of the tax and the to Good Schools. Tobias HuffaL. G. Montgomery, S. D. sell county has exhibited the right been examined the attendance is about ker, Prof. Wilson. At the BapP. W. Bryant, J. D. mud, what it was last year. Dr. Taylor was kind of spirit. She is tired of the tist Church Wednesday evening, P. M. Bryant, Chaplain. Court of mistaken as "to the percenaage of at- and the citizens and Fiscal FUNERAL SERVICE METHODIST CHURCH. at 6:30. The following officers for Glensfork tendance based on census for the years Adair county are urged to look to the 3. Good Roads and their Relation population of Ledge No 593 were elected for the 1911 and 1913 though correct in his interest of the entire to Good Churches. At the year: fitrures for 1912- - According to the Ada4r and make a levy that will bring Methodist Church Thursday, The death of Mr. Frank Sinclair, J. V. Dudley W. M. , records of this office the percentage of about better conditions here at home. which occurred at his late residence, evening, at 6:30 O. P. Bush, H. K. Taylor, S. W. attendance based on the census in in this"city, last Sunday afternoon at Frank Turner. Marriage Licenses W. Marshall, W. Adair county was 41.4 in 1910, 40.4 in 1:15 o'clock, was not a surprise, but it The Present European War; A J. A. Jones, Sec.J. J. 1911, 68.5 in 1912, and 44.5 in 1913. The Were issued from the Adair county was regretted by the entire communiSymposium. C. A. "Walker, Tyler. Married at Lebanon. best percentage made this year, so far clerk's office just before and during ty, the deceased, with the exception At the Presbpterlan Church FriW. A. Garnett, S. D. as noted, is 66.2-- in District 52, Joe the holidays: of a few months, having been a prom- day evening, at6;30. J. "W. Jones, J. D. 30, Dar-re- ll Calhoun teacher, with Dist. L. G. Bault to Docia "Woodrum Uient and successful merchant of Co1. Its Contribution to International On December 30th, Mr. Ernest L. G. R. Abrel, Chaplain. Strange teacher, a close second S. H. Murrell to Nannie S. Baily lumbia for a quarter of a century. Peace. J. S. Chandler. Winfrey, of Dunnville, and Miss Eula with 65. percent. ) G. Jas. H. Taylor to Leona Janes The deceased was born and reared Its Contribution to World Wide R. Willis f Steward. Robert Taylor Morris, of Adair county, were married hard times caused On account of the Elbert Baily to Pearl Gombest Z. T. Williams, Temperance. between Vester and Egypt, this counin the parlors of the JBaptist parson- by last year's drouth and the peculiarLee Chancy to Denny Janes ty, becoming a citizen of Columbia Tobias Huffaker. age, Lebanon. Not Worth the Money. ly embarrassing circumstances attend S. C. Bennett to Clara Moss years ago. When about twenty-eigh- t 3, Its Contribution to World Wide On the evening of the 29th, Mr. and ing the change of text books in 1914, Alvin Page to Bessie E, Smith. he came to this place he had but litMissions. F. A. Hamilton. Mrs. W. M. Moss, Greensburg, enter- it was almost impossible to enforce the J. F. Finn to Lucy Bedford. tle capital, a few hundred dollars. It has been a long honored cus- Mr. Tom Judd, who is a very exemtained in their beautiful home in hon-o- f compulsory law, and so no special efHe started what was termed a "Rack tom of the various churches to plary young man, and who teaches at their sister, Miss Morris, who was fort was made to db this. I propose B. Y. P. U. et store" in tne bunaing now occu unite in a week of prayer at the Springfield, Tenn., was at home for soon to become a bride, though they next school year to enforce the compied by Flowers & Walker, and the beginning of each new year. A the holidays. Soon after his arrival had not been informed of the ap- pulsory law, for there will not be the business was a success, and later he cordial Invitation is extended to Rev. O. P. Bush, pastor of the Bapproaching event. On Sunday night, Jau., 3, at the same grounds then for not doing so. opened a general dry goods store, comone and all to attend these meet- tist Church, met him and requested The school book question will be, or Baptist Church a Baptist Young Peo- manding a large trade until about a ings, voluntary talks will be that he lead the piayer meeting on Cheery Words. at least should be, out of the way. I ple's Union was organized. year before his death, atf that time solicited at the conclusion of Wednesday evening, and Tom conIt is to meet each Sunday evening selling his stock of goods to Gill & shall ask every teacher to report There- - Will be sented. each topic. Superintendent all in the Sunday School room of the Waggener, and when the end came his promptly to the Dec, 30th '14. special music at each Service. Manchester, Tenn. Tom has a little brother about sevThey will Baptist Church. We hope to have effects showed a considerable estate, the known delinquents. Dear Editor: en years old, named Harlan, and on by next Sunday eventhe literature or thirty thousand dollars, Try the Home Paper. Here I am again as usual on the 1st be duly notified and unless sufficient ing. All our young people are urged twenty-fiv- e Tuesday morning the little fellow did excuse for non attendance is produced day of the year. This is my 8th j ear and out of debt. something that caused the older brothto attend each meeting. Mr. Sinclair was a quiet, unassumto send you a New Years Gift S1.00 they will be proceeded against accord beto We believe in home people purchas- er chastise him, and Harlan Married. ing man, but at the same time he was for the News. So please accept this ing to law. But I will give further came furiously mad. enterprising, giving liberally to ing every thing they can from home During the day he heard some of tha one dollar and remember me regularly notice andf urther explanation in due time. merchants, and we believe that goods each week during the year 1915 with Sunday afternoon, at the home Church and for school purposes. I wish to say to the patrons that if ofLast bride's parents, Miss Ida Willis When quite a young man he made a can be sold on the home market, bet- older members of the family speak of your excellent paper. So wishing you Tarn's engagement for Wednesday the and all the force a happy New Year. any of them have not yet secured the and Mr. M. E. Golden were married profession af his faith in Christ, unit- ter goods, just as cheap as they can night. He did not get on to it and newly adopted books that tins must ed with the Methodist Church, and be purchased from mail order houses. kept quiet. Supper time came on and I am very Truly Yours, be done before the next school year by Rev. O. P. Bush. Mr. Goldeu is was consistent until the summons But there is a reason for foreign dealW. D. Tarter. family had partaken, or begins No teacher will be allowed to from Oregon and the union was came, u or quite a number or years ers getting so much trade. They let after most the Harlan said: teach any but the adopted books on brought about by correspondence. he was a Deacon in the Church and the people know what they have In Died in Oklahoma. "Mamma, what is it Tom is going pain of forfeiting salaay. The old was also a trustee of the Graded stock, give prices, etc., keeping their to do night?" New Feed Stabie. advertising: matter constantly before books can be exchanged for nearly half School. "He is going to lead the prayer Mr. R. F. Paull, of this pce, re- the price of the new ones until July In all walks of life he was honest in the people. There is a disposition of meeting at the Baptist church, son." ago from 1, 1915. After that date the old books ceived a letter a day or two We are now located in the W. II. his daily affairs, and his death brought the purchaser to go where he thinks will cannot be exchanged for anything. Goil Barn, on Burkesville street. We great sorrow not only to his family,, he will get the best bargain, hence he "Well," said Barlan, "It everybe no Thackerville, Oklahoma, stating that body count, and I iutend to tell reads alluring prices in catalogues, his brother, Mr. Charles n. Paull, had Let patrons note this and act accord- have plenty of good feed, and plenty but to the entire community. that it will not be worth the money." died in that city on the 29th of De- ingly. There are yet indigent chil- of good box stalls for all stock. We Soon after he reached his majority and the home merchant becomes the years old dren in the county who have not been invite the traveling trade and especial- he became a Master Mason, and he leser. Let the home merchants patHe was sixty-eigh- t cember. Notice. ronize the county paper regularly durand was born and reared in Cumber- supplied with books. I wish to locate ly the county trade. When in Co- was also a Royal Arch Mason. land county. He left Kentucky thir- these as far as we can before the next lumbia to stop with us. The funeral services were held at ing the year 1915, and they will learn ty years ago. He left a wife, one son school term begins and get them supWe need money and ask every one Jeffries Bros, the Methodist church Monday after- at the end of the year that the money they pntin advertising was profitably indebted to u to call at once and set and two daughters, the children al plied before the opening of school. A Columbia, Ky. noon, lhe religious services being conGill & Waggener. married. Mr. Paull was regarded as happy new year to all. tle. ducted by Rev. J. S. Chandler, assist- spent. Try it. Very Respectfully, 9 2t. a most excellent citizen. The Board of Directors of the Bank ed by other local ministers At the Tobias Huffaker, Supt. A C. S. of Jamestown met, a few days ago, conclusion of the church services, the Notice to Trustees and Teachers. Sheriff S. H. Mitchell has rented his Almost A Century. W. W. Jones, this remains were turned over to the MaMonday week the Adair circuit court and elected Judge farm for 1915, and will remove this cemMr. R. F. Paull, sonic Fraternity, and in the city will open. The first circuit court in place. President, and All crustees are requested to ascer- week to the cottage, owned by Mr. lived the year usually brings a large crowd Vice President. These two gentlemen etery they were buried with the usual tain the needs of their school districts J. H. Judd, situated on the corner Mrs. Green McKinley, who near Glenville, this county, died last of people to Columbia and in this in- have been directors in said bank for formalities of the order. and report them to their division lot on the street leading to the GradTuesday night. She was ninety-thre- e stance we look for no change in the some time, and the institution has The deceased is survived by his chairman and not to the Superintend- ed School building. years old and had been an active worn long practiced custom. There, are been doing a satisfactory business wife, three children, two brothers and ent. The Division Chairman will reMrs. Tommie Aaron, who was the an all her life, bhe left a husband hundreds of people in the county who since its organization. Judge Jones three sisters and one half brother. finanMay God in his infinite wisdom com port them to the County Board at its who is about the same age. She was are owing this office, and we want to and Mr. Paull are regular meetings. All claims for sup- wife of Ad Aaron, died at Glenville, the mother of Mr. Solomon McKinley, impress upon each one, who will be in ciers, safe in all business transaction, fort them in their great sorrow is the plies or material furnished to the this county, last Wednesday. She was disincere wfeh of this entire communiyears old, and besides who lives a short distance from Co- town on that day, to call and make and they will give wise counsel in sshools should be presented to the di- about forty-sity. recting the affairs of said bank. lumbia. payment. We are paying out money her husband and children, she left vision chairman in order to be almany friends. Mrs. W. F.Neat has sold his farm, lowed and paid. all the time and it is necessary that Mr. J. W. Walker will open his' four miles from Columbia, to Mr. J. of this place, we collect every dollar that is justly The local All teachers who have not sent in will hold a very The . have arranged for a reel, showing the due the office. We bel ieve our friends Midget Mill, on the Campbellsville C. Blair, who lives in the Pellyton their monthly and annual reports are important meeting Kentucky. All want to pay, their negligence being pike, in a week or two for the purpose district. Consideration, 82,700. Pos- earnestly requested to do so at once. nest Thursday, Home of He session will be given first of March. will be shown in the pict- more of an oversight than a disposi of grinding and crushing corn. The new officers are to be innight. the iumates Respectfully, stalled and other necessary business ure, the buildings and every thing tion not to meet their obligations. will do custom grinding and will keep Mr. Neat may remove to Columbia. Supt. A. C. S. Tobias Huffaker, will come before th9 body. Let every pertaining to the in- We are in Macedonia, friends, come the community supplied with meal He would make a very fine citizen. else of interest and crushed corn. "Meal is usually will be put on at the over and help us. member attend, stitution. It Cyrus Dunbar Suicides. scarce in town and the people are An infant child of Mr, and Mrs. Circle some time in the near Parlor Amanda Hancock, a colored womau Olie Burton, who live near Purdy, future, the exact date not as yet Mr. Jo Roseufield left here last Wed- glad this mill is to be started. years old, died near died last Tuesday night. The child known, but will be given in a few nesday morning with his daughter, Mr. Cyrus Dunbar, who was fifty-fiv- e who was eighty county, last Friday mornBailey, son of Mr. Sid- was about three years old, and in some Mr Elbert weeks. The night these pictures will Miss Cary, who has been suffering n years old, throughout Absher, this be pst on, there will also be a regular with appendicitis, foi Louisville. The ney Bailey, and Miss Pearl Combest, was it got hold of some morphine tab- Russell county, committed suicide by ing. She was the mother of Henry object was to consult a specialist, and daughter of Mr. John Combest, all of lets that were in the room, swallowing shooting at the Victoria Hotel, Louis- Hancock, who lives in the suburbs of show. It will be worth seeing. if necessary, an operation would fol- the Craycraft neighborhood, were two or three, with the above result. ville, last Sunday morning. His body Columia. married in the parlors of the parsonMr. S D. Barbee and familv reached low. The young lady is quite popular reached here last Monday afternoon A great many new pupils have arMr, Allen Walker and Mr. L. W. and was met by two of his brothers, rived their farm, one mile from Columbia, and her many friends hope that she age, by Rev. J. S. Chandler, on Christand othat the Lindsey-WilsoMr. Walker Messrs. Logan and Lindsey Dunbar, ers are expected daily throughout this on Campbellsville pike, last Wednes may be restored to health, and that mas Eve. The parson joined two oth- Bennett have day. We are glad that they have re- no serious complications will follow er couples, at his home, the same day. removing to his former home on who accompanied it to his late home. week. Arrangements have been made Greensburg street, and Mr. Bennett in Russell county, Tuesday. His un- for the comfortable accommodation of turned to Adair county. The family the operation, should it be performed. They, too, were from Craycraft. to the residence he vacated, on Cross timely death was a great shock to a all vho will come. they are She was successfully operated on Sun was reared in town, but Vivian Bryant was. lodged in jail street, near the home of Mr. Brack to day. close enoueh to be convenient large circle of relatives and friends, last week, charged with breaking in-- ; Massie. church and stores, and we trust that All Royal Arch Mason should atand the cause of the rash act is Mr. S. W. Beck will remove his to James N. Murrell's store, Craythey will all be happy and contented. shrouded in mystery. tend the meeting of the Chapter next twenty-on- e Mrs. Julia Hamilton, of Edmonton, Mr. Barbee is a good farmer and there family to Campbellsville, where he craft, and taking therefrom Friday night. Three or four petitions dollars in money. The case was got badly hurt during the holidays. is no reason why he should not pros- has embarked in busines, this week. If you want to keep up with the are to be received and other urgent per on a very good plantation. People of Columbia have become very called before Judge Herriford last She was horseback and was enroute European war, and all other import business will come up. much attached to them and will re- Saturday, and Bryant was held to to Glasgow. In going up a hill the ant events, you should subscribe for horse fell, Mrs. Hamilton falling unEvery body call at the Bee Hive Mr. E. L. Feese, who has been ai gret to see them take their departure. await the actiou of tha grand jury. The Review of Reviews. It is a leadder him, breaking one of her arms. compositor in this office for several Mrs Beck has many lady friends in Shoe Store and see the new piano-playe- r. ing periodical of the United States. From now until the 28th day of years, has accepted a position with this place, and she will be missed by It is from Baldwin & Co., Mr. Walker Bryant is building a Address the Review of Reviews, 30 Louisville. Mrs. G. W. Lowe is the the Anderson County News, a paper both the Church and society. The February, 1615, we will furnish The small residence on his farm near Ep- Irving place, New York, N. Y. 2t. . Mr. younger set will greatly miss Creel Adair County News and the Louispublished at Lawrenceburg. local agent. ville Daily Herald, one year each, for person's mill. This coming spring he Feese is a good compositor and a good and Keith, two manly little boys. Mr. Instead of the usual preaching servwill build a handsome residence on a Eleven old Federal soldiers died in worker and we are satisfied that he Beck and his family will be .given a $3.00. If you want a daily paper cheap Vacant lot near the home in which he ice at the Christian Church next SunAdair county during the year 1914. welcome when they get ready now is the time to subscribe. will give perfect satisfaction in his hearty day evening, Janu&ry 10, The Missionnow resides. Ten were natives of the county, one new position. He left with the best to return to this place. ary program, which was postponed a from Metcalfe, on a visit. wishes of this office. Mr. R. H. Cofer, who is 73 years old, mouth ago, will be given by the la- here Shoe Store. The store "Bee Hive" in the The system of Valley, raised dies of the auxiliary to the Christian goods and makes and who lives near Cane Last Friday a great many good resMr. R. Mont Feese has purchased county clerk, circuit clerk, sheriff and that always has the 27 turkeys from 2 hens. They weighed "Woman's Board of Missions. olutions were made to be kept durmg-thcash prices on everything brought1 $52.8d. Who the Herald, a paper that has been do- county judge's offices took effect the the lowest year 1915. It is hoped that they My motto: ''Quick 440 pounds and ing a good business at Somerset. Mr. first day of this month. Under the for everybody. can beat this In the turkey line? I will be ready to start my corn mill will not be violated. sales and small profits. Feese is an all round newspaperman system and under the law, all fees and corn crusher next week. Custom G. W. Lowe. and there is no reason why he should will have to be paid when the work Losx. A bird dog. "White with grinding done. Mill on CampbellsUnion Stock and Poultry food, a not keep the Herald up to its present is done. brown spots and short tail. Will pay ville pike below the cemetery. 25c package for 20cts. 50cts package standard. The News extends its best We will send the Daily Lduisville a liberal reward. Guy Nell, t. J. W. Walker. 40. Neat & Murray. Buck Ewing, of color, was before Post, Home and Farm, a 24 page War wishes. Columbia, Ky. t. Judge Herriford last Wednesday, Atlas and the Adair County News, Mr. Lee Chancey and Miss Deaney W. Butler has accepted a posi- charged with using profane language, the papers, all one year for $3.25. If John Nat Walker sold to C. M. Herriford, will serve at Janes, were married by Rev. J. S. Abberdeen Bull tion with the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco directingthesametoRev, C.R. Dean you want this bargain send in your .i rr,,, fl gate. No deviation. go) anfl ave him Chandler, in the parlors of the par- - a few days ago, a pair of horse mules Co., and reported for duty at subscriptionjat once, as the offer-i- s $1.00 at the for $250. 7.4t. John N. Squires. , sonage, last Thursday afternoon. ten days in jail. , good fer onlya short time. i The public schools with the exception of two or three colored ones, have closed. Considering the difficulties the change of text books and good work stringency of the in the main has been done. Of course en-ensu- ing 3 y. A well-know- n x Odd-Fello- Odd-Fello- Odd-Fellow- s' well-know- n, " 7-- tf book-keepin- g ' IV . -- I e J 10-2- 10-2- t. 10-2- ., "A" j&jr. - j wr ii. s,x. .,' sf v ir1- 055 ' -r -"M U THE ADAIK JOUNTY NEWS cession? How long before the grim demon of civil discord "Duluth" Speech. would rear again his horrid head Gov. Knott's burlesque speech in our midst, gnash loud his iron on "The Glories of Duluth," fangs and shake his crest of gained him a national reputation. blistling bayonets? I was utterly at a loss to deThe speech was delivered in the House of Representatives, Jan- termine where the terminus of uary 27, 1871. The House was this great and indispensable road then considering a joint resolu- should be until I accidentally tion extending the time to con- overheard some gentlemen the struct a railroad from the St. other day mention the name of Croix river to the west end of "Duluth." Duluth! The word Lake Superior. The speech fell upon my ear with peculiar proved a great advertisement for and indescribable charm, like the Duluth, and it was reprinted and gentle murmur of a low fountain 3ent out from that city within re- stealing forth in the midst of cent years, with notes to show roses, or the soft, sweet accents how Mr. Knott'slsarcastic prophe- of an angel's whisper in the bright, joyous dream of sleeping sies had come true. With regard to the transcend innocence. Duluth! 'Twas the ent merits of the gigantic enter- name for which my soul had prise contemplated in this bill. I panted for years, e as the heart have never entertained the shad- panteth for the water brooks. But where was Duluth? Never, ow of a doubt. Years ago when I first heard in all my limited reading, had that there was somewhere in the my vision been gladened by seevast terra incognita, somewhere ing the celestial word in print. in the bleak regions of the great And I felt a profound humiliaNorthwest, a stream of water tion in my ignorance that its dul inown to the nomadic inhabi- cet syllables had never before tants of the neighborhood as the ravished my delighted ear. I was River St. Croix, I became satis- certain the draftsman of thfs bill fied that the constrrction of a had never heard of it, or it would railroad from that raging tor- have been designated as one of rents to some point in the civil- the termini of this road. I asked my friends about it, ized world was essential to the happiness and prosperity of the but they knew nothing of it. I American people, if not absolute- rushed to the library and exly indispensable to the perpet- amined all the maps I could find. uity of the republican institu- I discovered in one of them a line, diverging delicate, hair-lik- e tions on this continent. I felt instinctively that the from the Mississippi near a place soundless resources of that pro- marked Prescott, which I suplific region of sand and pine pose was intended to represent shrubbery would never be fully the river St- - Croix, but I could developed without a railroad con- nowhere find Duluth. structed and equipped at the exNevertheless, I was confident pense of the government and that it existed somewhere, and perhaps not then. I had an abid- that its discovery would constiing presentiment that perhaps tute the crowning glory of the some day or other the people of present century, if not of all this whole country, irrespective modern times. I knew it was of party affiliations, regardless of bound to exist in the very nasectional prejudices, and "with- ture of things; that the symmeout distinction of race, color or try and perfection of our planetaprevious condition of servitude," ry system would be incomplete would rise in their majesty and without it; that the elements of demand an outlet for the enor- material nature would long since mous agricultural productions of have resolved themselves back those vast and fertile pine bar- into a hiatus in creation as would n rens drained in the rainy have resulted from leaving out waters" of the Duluth. In fact, sir, I was overby the surging turbid St. Croix. whelmed with the conviction that sea-So-- Proctor Knott's Famous gentlemen who have been so! f alo is safely penned in the stockreckless of their own personal yards at Duluth. Sir, I might stand here for safety as to venture away into those awful regions where Du- hours and hours and expatiate luth is supposed to be, that it is with rapture upon the gorgeous so axactly in the center of the prospects of Duluth as depicted visible universe that the sky upon this map. But human ife comes down a precisely the same is too short and the time of this House far too valuable to allow distance all around it. Then, sir, there is the climate me to linger longer upon the deof Duluth, unquestionably the lightful theme. I think every most salubrious and delightful gentleman on this floor 13 as well to be found anywhere on the satisfied as I. am that Duluth is Lord's earth. Now I have always destined to become the commerbeen under the impression, as I cial metropolis of the universe presume other gentlemen have, and that this road should be built that in the region around Lake at once. Nevertheless, sir, it grieves my Superior it was cold enough for at least nine months in the year very soul to re compe'ltd to say to freeze the smokestack off a that I cannot vots for the grant locomotive. But I see it repre- of lands provided for this bill. Ah! sir, you can have no consented on thi3 map that Duluth is situated exactly half way be- ception of the poignancy of my tween the latitudes of Paris and anguish that I am deprived of Venice, so that gentlemen who that blessed privilege! There have inhaled the exhilarating airs are two inseparable dbstacles in the way. In ths first place, my of the one or basked in the goldconstituents, for whom I am acten sunlight of the other may see ing here, have no move interest at a glance that Duluth must in this road than they have in be a place of untol delights, a the great question of culinary terrestial paradise, fanned by taste now perhaps agitating the the balmy zephyrs of an eternal public mind of Dominica, as to spring, clothed in the gorgeous whether the illutrious commis sheen of flowers, sioners, who recently left this and vocal with the silvery melody cayital for that free and enlightof nature's choicest songsters. ened republic would be better As to the commercial resources fricasseed, boiled or roasted: and of Duluth, sir, they are simply in the second place these lands, illimitable and inexhaustible as which I am asked to give away. shown by this map. I see it alas, are not mine to be3tow! stated here that there is a vast My relation to them is simply scope of territory, embracing an that of trustee to an express area of over two million square trust. And shall I ever betray miles, rich in every element of that trust. Never, sid! Rather material wealth, and commercial perish Duluth! Perish that paraprosperity, all tributary to Dugon of cities! Rather let the luth. freezing cyclones of the bleak And here, sir, (still pointing to Northwest bury it forever bethe map,) I find within a conneath the eddying sands of the venient distance the Piegan Inraging St. Croix! dians, which, of all the many accessories to the glory of Duluth, it Really Does Relieve Rheumatism. I consider by far the most inesEverybody who is alllicted with timable. any form should by Eheumastism And here, sir, recurring to this all means keep a bottle of Sloan's Liniment on hand. The minute ou feel man, I find in the immediate pain or soreness in a joint or muscie, the Piegans "vast herds bathe it withSloau's Liniment Do of buffalo" and "immense fields not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost immediately right to the seat of pain, of rich wheat lands." tender, swollen feelever-blooming "W. T. OTTIJE Y ATTOKKEV-AT-LAW Daily Columbia, ICE.xucly, Will Practice in ali'the Courts In Rollin Hurt's Offic Office: Courier Journal C. D. . Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON $6.00 a Year m Sunday Special Poll-evi- l, Attnefin m Eyes Fistulo, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I am well fixed to take care of stock. Mod due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE ON BlttKSVILLE STREET. Courier - Journal $2.00 a Year M'l.lJLIUlM II. H- - JOflES Best National News 4 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentibt ears experience. Special attention civen to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. State News Local News PHONE NO. 7N Market Reports J. B. Stoke J. H. Stone Stone q Foreign News & Stone, 4 Attonev-At-La- w Political News of Everything Will practice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, .- -. Kentucky 4 for Everybody Are you interested in what is keep on hands a full stock of coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and jaking place day Dy day all over two hearses. Prompt service night or day. Eesidence Phoao 29, office &e world ? If you are you NEED hone 98. 45-- 1 THE COURIER-JOURNAyr J. F. Triptett. Ad Columbia. Ky. I L. If there is an agent in your town give him a trial order one . HENRY W. DEPP, DENTIST Co- month Daily 50 cents, with Sunday 75 2ents. Am permanently located in lumbia. AH 111 If there is no agent in your Classes of Dental work done. Crown Bridge ami Inlay work a Specially. All Work Sown give order to the paper in Guaranteed which this advertisement ap- Office over G. W. Lowe's pears (you may get a special clubbing rate,) or sand the order rect to the Courier-Journa- l. Who will have the hardihood to Duluth not only existed somerise in his seat on this floor and where, but that, whatever it was, . they will find Duluth, not only in the center of this map, but represented in the center of a country shall series of concentic circles one is willing that his incur the peril of remaining hundred miles apart, and some another day without the amplest of them as much as four thousand railroad connection with such an' miles jn diameter, embracing inexhaustioie mine of agricultur- alike, in their tremendous sweep, al wealth? the fragrant savannas of the sunlit South and the eternal solitudes Who will answer for the of abandoning a great of snow that mantles the iceand warlike people, in possession bound North. of a country like that to brood How these circles were pervover the difference and neglect haps, one of the most primordial con-sequenc- assert that, excepting the pine bushes, the entire region would not produce vegetation enough in ten years to fatten a grasshop-per- ? Where is the patriot who it was a great and glorious place. If gentlemen will examine it, Here you will observe (pointing to the map) are the buffaloes, directly between the Piegans and Duluth: and here, right on the road to Duluth are the Creeks. Now, sir, when the buffaloes are sufficiently fat from grazing on these immese wheat fields, you see it will' be the easiest thing in the world for the Piegans to drive them on down, stay all night with their friends, the Creeks, and go into Duluth in the morning. jut FARM AND FAMILY, a Almost half a million wounded proved machinery of all kinds. soldiers were treated in French Pump Repairing Done. Give most excellent illustrated monthly hospitals between Sept. 15 and nagazine, is a worthy successor. Nov. 30. The figures were sub- me a Call. mitted to the Army Committee The price is only 25 cents a year. YATES of the Chamber of Deputies by A.sk for a sample copy. I think I see them now, sir, a the chairman of the committee, vast herd of buffaloes, with their M. Troussaint, who gave the Courier-Journ- al Company heads down, their eyes glaring, precise number as 489,733. Of this total 2.48 per cent died. their nostrils dilated, Shoe Store relieving the hot, ing and making the parteasy and comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore aud Swollen Joints, LumI will drill wells in Adair and bago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if nbt satisfied, but it adjoining counties. See me bedoes give almost instant relief. Buy a, bottle today. Paull Drug Co. Ad. fore contracting. Latest im- di- WELL DRILLER WEEKLY COUIER-JO.U- R- NAL has been discontinued, J. t their Surveyin Land Owners Attention. ". IKCQKPORATED tonguei- -r oX their government? would it take to studying the Declaration explain. But the fact is, sir a central nef Independence and batching Tj,iiuth is 7? J out the damnable heresy (or e- j place, for I have beer told by pre-eminent- ly How long mysteries that the most skillful be before they would paleologist will never be able to out, and their tails curl i weir backs, tearing along ed ( tottiim Duluth, with about a n thuusrinu Piegans on their ponied, yelling at their heels! On they come! And as they s veep past the Creeks they join in the chase, and away they all go, yelling, bellowing, ripping and tearing along, amid clouds of dust, until the last buf-- grass-beliie- Colds are often Most Serious Stop Possible Complication. The disregard of a Cold has often brought many a regret. The fact of Sneezing, Coughing, or a Fever should be warning enough that your system needs immediate attention. Certainly Loss of Sleep is most serious. It is a . warning given by Nature It is man's duty to himself to assist by doing his part. Dr. King's New Discovery is based on a scientific analysis of Colds. 50c. at your Pruggist. Buy a bottle Ad today at Paull Drug Co. Louisville, Ky. Residence Phone-1- C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thinty-thre- B Business Pho e 13V e years rea- - experience.' Charges Bonable. DR. J. N. MRELL , Phone 74 or DENTIST Office, write T. 0. Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g Faulkner, Columbia, Ky. upstairs. Columbia, y- - Kentucky l M - xy z , 1 7 & laVr t- Safe. ?uL - ' JC'.g'.'J-gWgEB- 'j aaeSWS5?fl V--- , s -- 'r-r- , r: - t rAni fTI ?. i y- - THE ADAIR COUrJTY NEWS ing the week following but few cy. As I passed through the were sitting together, conversing persons attended to worldly busi multitude, a woman, lying in about their exercises; which con 0. G. lARDWiCt. Pres. 8. H. DIETZHAN, 'Sec 'J. B. COCKf, V. Prw. Of the Commencement and Progness, their attention to the busi- awful distress, called me to her. versation seemed to affect some ress of the Revival of 1800. ness of their souls was so great. Said she, 'I lived in your con- of the instantly the By the Late Rev. James M'Gready. On the first Sabbath of Septem- gregation in Carolina; I was a divine flame spread through the INCORPORATED 1889 ESTABLISHED 1861 ber, the sacrament was adminis- prossessor, and often went to the whole multitude. Presently you D IN A LETTER TO A The foregoing letter, more tered at Muddy River (one of communion; but I was deceived; might have seen sinners lying DEALERSsJN my congregations.) At this I have no religion; I am going to powerless in every part of the than one hundred yers old, was ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. sent to this office by Mrs. Sarah meeting the Lord graciously hell.' In another place an old, house, praying and crying for GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS poured forth his spirit, to the d man lay in an agony mercy. Ministers and private Bradshaw, widow of the late 1301 TftlETeeNTff-MftT- N. LOUTSVILLe Capt. W. W. Bradshaw. It will awakening of many careless sin- of distress, addressing his weep Christians were kept busy during mm QAt SMOKE STACKS doubtless be read with a great ners. Through these two con- -' ing wife and children in such the night conversing with the deal of interest. It deals with a gregations already mentioned, language as this: 'We are all go- distressed. This night a goodly mr revival, held in Logan county, and through Red River, my oth- ing to hell together; we have number of awakened souls were isar Sheet Iron and Tank WorK 1 TrR lived prayerless, ungodly lives; delivered by sweet believing moie than a century ago. Evi- er congregation, awakening work dently there is not a person liv- went on with power under every the work of souls is yet to begin; views of the glory, fulness, and IMSiii jnrar- vfeSJST .tf tasT;art!t?y;"wJ ing who attended the great reli- sermon. The people seemed to we must get religion, or we will sufficiency of Christ, to save to M; :r?WfaE JOBBING WORK SOL1CITRU Amongst these gious awakening, narated in the hear, as for eternity. In every all be damned.' But time would the uttermost. house, and almost in every com- fail me to mention every instance were some little children a strik-- AH letter: Kinds of Machinery Rcpair:d- pany, the whole conversation of this kind. ing proof of the religion of Jesus. "Logan County, Kentucky, with people, was about the state "At Muddy River the sacra- Of many instances to which I October 23, 1801. I shall "But I promised to give you of their souls. About this time ment was administered in Sep- have been an B. came here, and tember. The power of God was only men :ion one, viz.. a little a short statement of our blessed the Rev. J. revival; on which you will at found Mr. R. to join him. In a gloriously present on this occa- girl. I siood by her whilst she 3Ln?SJv u Sf I once say, the Lord has done great little time he involved our infant sion. The circumstances of it. lay across her mother's lap al&?$ i things for us in the wilderness, churches in confusion, disputa- are equal, if not superor to those most in despair. I was conversand the solitary place has been tion, &c. opposed the doctrines of Gasper River. Many souls ing with her when the first gleam made glad: the desert has re- preached here; ridiculed the were solemnly avakened; a num- of light broke in upon her mind She started to her feet, and in joiced and blossomed as the rose. whole work of the revival; form- ber, we hope, converted whilst "In the month of May, 1797, ed a considerable party, &c. &c. the people of God feasted on the an ecstacy of joy, she cried out (Continued on 5th page.) which was the spring after I In a few weeks this seemed to hidden manna, and, with procame to this county, the Lord have put a final stop to the whole priety, might be said to sing the Stop That Coug- h- Now. graciously visited Gasper River work, and our infant congrega- new song. But the year 1800 exdead-nes- s Congregation (an infant church tion remained in a state of ceeds all that my eyes ever beWhen you catch Cold, or benin to and darkness from the fall, held upon earth. All that I have Cough, the tiirsc thing to do is to take then under my charge.) The docHoney. It penetrines of Regeneration, Faith and through the winter, and until the related is only, as it were, an in- Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r Repentence, which I uniformly month of July, 1799, t the ad- troduction. Although many trates the linings of the Throat and Lungs, and lights the Germs of the preached, seemed to call the at- ministration of the sacrament at souls in these congregations, durDisease, giving quick relief and natutention of the people to a Red River. This was a very sol- ing the three preceding years, ral healing. "Our whole family serious inquiry. During the win- emn time throughout. On Mon- have been savingly converted, for Coughs on day the power of God seemed to ter the question was often proand now give living evidences of and Colds," writes Mr. E. Williams, In Three Volumes fill the congregation; the boldest, posed to me, Is Religion a sensitheir union to Christ; yet all that Hamilton, Ohio. II always helps. 25c The personal reminiscences of Baron de Mdheval, for I'tirteen years private secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, Ad. ble thing? If I were converted daring sinners in the country work is only like a few drops be- at Patill Drug Co. bring out, as no history can, many enlightening and would I feel it, and know it? In covered their faces and wept bit- fore a mighty rain, when cominteresting side lights on the character of that greatest of War Sayings. leaders. De MeVieval's descriptions have the piquancy After the congregation pared with the wonders of AlMay, as I said before, the work terly. a.:d interest possible only because he was an actual eyewas dismissed, a large number mighty Grace, that took place in witness .of the scenes and incidents of which he writes. began. Their reliability and historical interest can be judged by The great Napoleon is credit"A woman, who had been a of people stayed about the doors, the year 1800 the f.;ct that the very conservative French Academy ed with making these striking p.iblicly recommends them. professor, i n full communion unwilling to go away. Some of "In June the sacrament war. sentences regarding war: A SPECIAL OFFER TO OUR READERS with the churches, found her old the ministers proposed to me to administered at Red River. This Py "trial arrangement with the publishers of Collier's, The The sight is enough to inspire "..ii ..ul Weekly, e are able to give these valuable and interesting hope false and delusive she was collect the people in the meetingwas the greatest time we had ;..r ;rs free with a year's subscription to Collier's and this publication, at a price less than the lowest net cash subscription price of struck with deep conviction, and house again, and perform prayer ever seen before. On Monday princes with a love of peace and papers. Only a limited quantity of these Memoirs is i as a horror of war. however, so to get the benefit of this special offer you in. a few days was filled with joy with them; accordingly we went multitudes were struck down un: : at quickly. and peace in believing. She im in, and joined in prayer and ex der awful conviction; the cries of It is better to have an open YOU GET IN COLLIER'S WHAT ally. My mediately visited her friends and hortation. The mighty power of V!:?r'3 is the one bir, fearless, independent Weekly of the whole distressed filled the whole house. enemy than a doubtful country. Its editorials are quoted by every paper in the Union. relatives, from house to house, God came amongst us like a was not ahvsjs for the best interests of the greatest number of It There you might see profane greatest fault, perhaps, ih? people. Among its contributors are such writers as George everlasting hills and warned them of their danger shower from the having dethroned the king of Wallingford," K.:nJfll;... Chester, author of " swearers, ana saooatn-DreaKeMVrsdith Micholson, Amelie Rives, H. G. Wells, Hamlin Garland, God's people were quickened in a most solemn, faithful manM .:y Roberts Rinehart, Henry Beach Needham, etc. It numbers pricked to tha heart and crying Prussia, when I could have done its correspondents such men as Jack London, Arthur Ruhl, aiuin ner, and plead with them to re- and comforted; yea, some of ouc, Jj .i"i '.I. Connolly, and Henry Reuterdahl. wnat snau we ao to un so easily. t a magazine for the whole family Editorials, Comments on pent and seek religion. This, as them were filled with joy un saved?' Intelligence has rights before There frolickers and ,t ss, i'liotographic iews ot the World, Short ana serial . the greatest writers of the day. means, was accompanied with speakable, and full of glory. a dancers crying for mercy. There force. Force without intelliIiiers - - - - $2.50 Special combination l including the the divine blessing to the awak- Sinners were powerfully alarmed you might see little children of gence is nothing. ume Memoirs oiKapoicoD, T.f.U f c i. ...j Voire ei 00 v t.i. ...u. oonoaid - - some precious souls were ening of many. About this time and age, prayu this office. If you are already a To a father who loses his chilbrought to feel the .pardoning 10, 11 and 12 years of n wi'l he extended for a year from it! the ears of all in that congrega-tioing and crying for redemption, dren has no charms. When the of Jesus. seemed to be opened to re- love .Columbia, Jesus, in agonies Adair County News. heart speaks, glory is itself an "At Gasper River (at this time; in the blood of Kentucky. ceive the word preached, and alDuring this sacra- illusions. the care of Mr. Rankin, a of distress. most every sermon was accompa- under Tuesday folin hands ment, and until the Tents are unhealthy; it is much with the power of God.tathe precious instrument the nied lowing, ten persons, we believe, Household Helps. may awakening of sinners. During of God) the sacrament was adTheJabor of better for the soldiers to bivouac were savingly brought home to be greatly reduced by the aid of the summer about ten persons in ministered in August. This was in the open air, for then he can Christ. the days of the Son of Should a cake be burnt on the a little glycerine. First brush build a fire and sleep with warm the congregation were brought one of was "In July the sacrament outside through careless baking-- the boots free of dust, and then to Christ. In the fall of the year Man' indeed especially on Mon feet. Tents are only necessary Gasper River , ., dnv. I nreached a Dlain eosDel administered in scrape the black parts very care- apply a small quantity of glycerfor general officers, who are oba general aeaane3s seemed to on Heb. 11 and lb. The Congregation. Here multitudes liged to read and consult their fully and brush over with beaten ine w:th a rag. Let them stand creep on apace. Conviction and sermon A great so- crowded from all parts of the maps. white of egg. Then dust with for ten minutes, then polish with conversion work, in a great better country.' work, castor sugar, and put the cake a brush. Boots- treated in this measure, ceased; and no visible lemnity continued during the ser- country to see a strange The fate of war is to be exaltforty, fifty, back into the oven for five min- way keep their polish severaL alteration for the better took mon. After sermon Mr. Rankin from the distance of morning and low whole ed in the gave a solemn exhortation the and enven a hundred miles; utes, when all signs of burn will days. place, until the summer of 1793, enough at night. There is but was then dismissed; families came in their wagons: congregation have disappeared. Should the inkpot be accident- at the administration of the saone step from triumph to ruin.. between twenty and thirty waCandle grease can be removed ally upset on tablecjoth or carpet crament of the supper, which but the people all kept their seats Indecision and anarchy in I earnbrought to the place, from most materials by the ap pour a little cold water, and when was in July. On Monday the for a considerable space, whilst gons were people, and their ers lead to weakness and an plication of a little spirits of clot or carpet is rubbed dry no Lord graciously poured out His awful solemnity appeared in the loaded with provisions, in order to encamp archy in results. wine This should be dropped stain will show. Spirit; a very general awaken- countenances of a large majority. On Frithemeeting-housIt is in times of difficulty that Presently several persons under at on the spot and rubbed gently ing took place perhaps but few Used in water as a daily garday nothing more appeared, dur- great men and great nations disuntil the-- grease is worked off. convictions broke forth ingle, keeps the throat healthy. families in the congregation deep ing the day, than a decent solem- play all the energy of their charWarm linseed oil applied by a outcry many fell to Used in water for cleansing the could be found who, less or more, to a loud nity. On Saturday matters con- acter, and become an object of wad of silk will remove candle lay powerless, groan. tinued in the same way, until in their character, and become an teeth it "disinfects" them and were not struck with an awful the ground, d grease from praying and crying for mer the evening. Two pious women object of admiration to posterity. sense of their lost estate. Dur-prevents their decaying. NARRATIVE W. T.Pyne Mill & Supply Co. (wimLiWiGHTS i niflCHiNiSTS FRIEND-DATE- gray-heade- - - IfetUni11 eye-witne- ss, FREE FREE I fmrmm I Memoirs of Napoleon de-I)t:- id IMne-Tar-IIon- cy s rs : i Ihree-vo- . -- 4 .' !:$3 i boot-cleanin- g , ' - -- i e. highly-polishe- in' 1 I n.. taJkv j b-Ji"!"- " ' - fcr' &- r- A. . THK AD AIT? COUNTY NEWS -- -. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 'frtHshed -- Every Wednesday by the - ' Jttor County NewsCompiny. (INCORPORATED.) iJHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. In- jures of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Post-offl- Ocmocr&tic newspaper devoted to the as Batered at the Columbia class mall matter. Subscription price f LOO per year. ce sec-&- WED. JAN. 6, 1915 -- The worth of a good, live counSPREAD OF WAR TO OTHER ty newspaper to the county in which it is published, seems to be a matter of little concern to NATIONS IS SCENTED. many who claim to have a great Mr. J. 0. Russell, who has desire for the advancement of been favorably mentioned as a their community. The same candidate to represent Adair and Copenhagen, Dec. 31 (via London, 11:45 a. m.). A private may be said of any other line of Cumberland it the next Legisladispatch received here from Barlin says that over thirty French "business that depends on ture, waslseen by a News man and British warships are at present engaged in bombarding Pola, but while this is true, Monday morning. Mr. Russell the Austrian naval base on the Adriatic, and also the seaport of yet there are many who back stated that he was considering their faithby their patronage, the matterlandjwould make up Rouigno, about fifteen miles away. and prove their worth to the his mind, one way or the other, There is reason to expect naval aggression on the part of the man, firmfor corporation whose and would let the people know in Allies at Pola. Recent reports have indicated activity in this enterpriseftends to better public a short time. It is generally befield. Several davs ago a French submarine went into the harbor conditionsfor to advance in any lieved that he will comply with of Pola, but did not return. A dispatch received in London last avenuejof endeavor. The paper the wishes of the people of the night described how anofcher submarine had been successfuI in is the medium through which district. He is a successful bustorpedoing the Austrian dreadnaught Viribus Unitis and other communitiesjcan best come to- iness man, and a person who can gether on any forward move- - manage for himself, would knofr messages have indicated that an Anglo-Frencattack would not ment, best serve its interests in how toSwatch. the interests of come as a surprise. advertising ts resources or mak Adair and Cumberland. Amsterdam, Holland, Dec. 31 (via London, 4:52 p. m.).-Wb-at ing its desiresand wishes known. is described as an unofficial telegram, but which, nevertheless, It is with the bride at the altar, The metropolitan papers all say was issued by the German army headquarters, has been the babe in the cradle and the that the year 1915 will be a prosreceived here. It reads: mourner in the cemetery. It has perous one for the United States. "Our troops in Poland are pursuing the enemy. After the no season of rest, no days of If any Country should prosper, it no period for en- should be one that is at peace battles of Lodz and Lowiez, we took more than 67,000 prisoners joying theipleasures that relieve with all mankind. and many cannon and machine guns. The entire booty since the the mind and rest the body from beginning of our offensive in Poland in November totals 130,600 will Wilson the worries and toil of stern duprisoners, more than 100 cannon, and over 300 machine gun3." ty. It is the direct! telephone speak in Indianapolis Jackson's Day, the 8th of January. He is London, Dec. 31 (12:30 p.m.). There are increasing indicabetween friend and friend when WARSAW MUST FALL. administions, in the opinion of British observers of events on the contidistancefforbidsja face to face expected to defend his Berlin, Dec. 31 (via The Hague and London, 3:11 a. m.). tration in his address. nent, that a serious allied offensive movement against the whole meeting. It is turned into hope by the optomistjand blasted in As we gather it from papers Maj. Moraht, the military expert, discussing in the Tageblatt the German line in the western arena of the war will be postponed realization by the pessimist. all over the country, there are as eastern war situation, says: until such time as larger contingents of Lord Kitchener's new arThe road over which it travels is many suits for divorce filed as "All military authorities are agreed that the Polish capital my take the field. beset with disappointments, bro- there are issued licenses for mar- must soon be evacuated. Its value as a fortress, as is well known The loss of the Allies sustained up to the present time in the ken pledges and promises to pay. riage. . positions in front of the forts, tentative thrusts is slight, but the strongly fortified forward here and there have been heavy in proIt battles for the advancement it must be expected, will be well defended. Nevertheless it would portion to the gains achieved, and it is understood that the All the banks in Louisville have various of its section under harassing require strong forces to hold them. leaders united in the opinion that the sacrifices entailed by a gencriticism of agricultural drones, declared dividends, some of them general staff attaches eral advance "It appears moreover, as if the Russian extreme commercial economists increasing their dividends over at this time would be too great. greater importance in brining its main forces unbroken behind the . year 1913. Us- the and financial The turn of events in the eastern theater of hostilities, where ually its editor is proof against Vistula rather than develop the full strength west thereof. HowTarter. Russia appears to be more than holding her own, necessitates nev criticism or pain, schooled in the ever, the plans of the Russian staff are unknown and hence it is Christmas passed off quietly ertheless continued hard pressure against the German lines in the field of hardship, and lives on not impossible that it still intends holding the regicn west of 7 the part. in this west to prevent them from moving any more of their troops to the firing line all the time. Vistula, with political prestigees the factor, despite the dangers Mr. Ralph Jones, of Illinois, the eastern field. When the Grim Reaper has gathis visiting relatives in this part. attending such a. plan. ered his victim, the local paper In the West the town of La Bassee, still held by the Germans, "At any rate the defeat of the Russians north of the Pilica W. H. and Lennie Wheat are extolls his virtues and buries his is proving to be one of the hardest problems the allied forces have will settle the fate of the army operating in Galicia." follies whether it be friend or on the sick list at this writing. to solve. The invaders have thrown up exceptionally strong earthDEFEAT FOR TURKS. foe. Death, like love, covers An infant of Mr. and Mrs. J. works around La Bassee, and they have two army corps quartered many faults and magnified many T. Abrell, died last week. Petrograd, Dec. 31 (delayed in transmission) . The following Mr. Frank Winfrey ha3 re- communication from the general staff of the army of the Caucasus in the city. To take this stronghold by direct assault would mean virtues, and they are always rea terrible loss of life, but its taking is essential to any concerted flected in the home paper. Us- turned from Illinois to spend the was given out here tonight: move forward in order to afford protection to the communications ually the price of the county pa- winter. thirty miles "The battle at Sarikamysh (in per is only $1 per year, just- 8J Rev. Perkins has commenced of the Allies. southwest of Kars) against large Turkish forces, continues. Our per month, and yet there are a series of meetings at Hypo- All the news reaching London from the eastern field tries to artillery fire dispersed a strong column of Turks who endeavored many whose liberality is too nar crit Chapel. confirm the rout of the forces of Austria, which now appear to be row to pay the price and help it R. L. Beard moved from his to save themselves by flight after having lost half of their contin- endeavoring to make their way laboriously back over the Carpaover the riffle of business uncer- farm, near here, to Neatsburg, gent. thians. tainty. These same patriotic last week, where he wiil farm "Part of the Turkish forces concentrated in the region of citizens whose pride of country during the coming year. John There are indications in London that the entire continental Pass are marching upon Ardahan. Ardahan is a for and boast of citizenship never Thomas moved into the house vaforty miles northwestof Kars. The political sitaution, which involves Greece, Italy, Rumania and Portified town in help to keep it from the grasp cated by Mr. Beard. tugal, is developing day by day. Even in 'ie participation in the Yaliniz-ChamPass is southwest of Ardahan. of hard living, yet they expect Mr. Sam Gaskins closed his war of at least some of these States soon will become a reality. LAUDS SERVIAN TROOPL. their business ventures, their so school in this (the White's dis This is the view of certain of the British commentators on the sitcial functions and their enter- trict,) last Friday week. Miss Paris, Dec. 31 (10:55 a. m.). An address deliverd by Crown j Among the factors contributing to this situation is Italy's tainments freely aired in its Lee Wheat won first prize for Prince Alexander of Servia, Commander-in-Chie- f of the Servian uation. news columns. Filially, when memorizing the largest amount army, to hi3 troops is given in a dispatch from Nish to the Havas occupation of Avlona and the reported racial unrest in Austria earthiy existence ends, the coun- of poetry. There were other Hungary, where the Rumanian subjects of Emperor Francis JosAgency. ty papers, like the minister, has contests which made the closeph are said to be on the point of rebellion, as well as Germany's "Five months have passe i since the enemy attacked our beits say in extolling the virtues of ing exercises very interesting. continued aggression in Angola, the Portuguese possession in the deceasedj and usually carry This was the. second schoolJProf. loved country, " said the Crown Prince. "Although we have tried Western Africa. him within the pearly gate. Gaskin has taught for us and he by two glorious but difficult wars, we awaited the attack manfully The German air raid on the channel port of Dunkirk, in France Why any one should refuse to leaves us with our best wishes and heroically. After having defeated the enemy once at Tser take and pay for his county pa- wherever he may go. and Jadar we have by bloody and glorious combats delivered a blow givps basis for the opinion that visits of this kind will be more per, is the greatest mystery of Mr. and Mrs. Welby McQueary liarder than any they have inflicted on us to the present. Thou frequent from this time. It would appear that the British raid on Mary Starg'el returned the age, the hardest act to ex- and Miss Eng- prisoners, hundreds of cannon ans immense amounts of Cuxhaven aroused in the Germans a spirit of retaliation. from Kokomo, Indiana, last week sands of expressions appearing in the newspapers cuse, and an error we hope may for a few day visit to relatives in booty, which we have captured, bear witness to the enemy's de- -- land, judging from the is just as anxious to deliver blow for blow in this respcet. this part. soon cease to exist. f eat and our glory. public-patronag- Richardson, who has been the editor and owner of the Glasgow Times for more than thirty-fiv- e years, has leased the plant to his son, Jack Lewis Richardson, and daughter, Miss Loulie Richardson. The two last named will take up the editing and publishing of this splendid paper this week. We take it that Mr. Richardson knows his own children, and having a great pride in The Times, he would not have turned it over to them without fully knowing that they were capablejjof running the business. Mr. Richardson's writings will be greatly missed, but that given out by his offsprings will be welcomed. Mr. J. M. xr G e GIST OF WAR NEWS. e, pass-timela- nd President The views of Great Britian concerning the detention of Amer- ican vessels by British warships were made known to Ambassa- Although dor Page by Foreign Secretary Grey in London the formal reply to President Wilson's note has not been drafted, Earl Grey outlined the position taken by himself and his colleagues. The French army of invasion in Alsace has made further adofficial report from Paris says that the town vance, and of Steinbach has been entered and half of it captured. So far as the French statement shows, there have been no other changes of note in the West, although several small advances are said to have been made. A report from Russian sources indicates that the defenders of the Galician fortress of Przemysl, which has been under siege by the Russians for several weeks, have been reduced to desperate straits. It is said chat an Austrian aeroplane brought down while attempting to enter Przemysl was found to be loaded with food. German reports some time ago, however, said that Przemysl was stocked with provisions sufficient for one year. From the fragmentary and conflicting official reports of the two main tendencies are observed. In the west, along war v the entire front from Alsace to the North Sea, the Allies are exerting steady pressure and, according to their claims, some of which have not been disputed by Germany, they have made a slow progress almost everywhere. In the east the defeat of the Austrians in Galicia is not denied and the Germans forces in Poland appear to have found it ex- tremely difficult to continue their advance toward Warsaw. Berlin states that further progress is being made, but Petrograd believes their defensive is broken down. An official statement from Petrograd indicates that one of the most sanguinary battles of the war in proportion to the numbers involved has taken place in the The Russians state that a Turkish column was dispersed by artillery and the Turks lost half of their number. The Japanese Foreign Office states that no nation has requesto ed that a Japanese army be sent to Europe. It is believed in chat France and Russia fay or the project, but that Great Britain hesitates on account of "economic and political difficulities." The Servian Minister to France is quoted in Paris as saying that Servia is planning an invasion ot Hungary. to-da- y. to-day's "Soldiers, I am proud to. announce that no one of the- enemy is now on Servian territory. We have expelled him and put him to flilght. In this solemn moment, when upon our proud Belgrade the flag of victorious Servia flies, I desire before all to give recog-nitio- n to your valor." The Prince then eulogized his men, comparing them with the ancient heroes who brought glory to Servian arms. "The end of this gigantic combat now is in sight, although not yet achieved," he continued. "Then will come a peace worthily crowned with victories for our grand Servia. Our country will be greater, more powerful and happier than ever. For that, my heroes, Servia will be grateful to you." - V to-da- -- h Trans-Caucasu- s. to-da- y To-ki- dead-beats- LTrans-Caucasi- a, - Trans-Caucasi- a, e - THE ADAlk C.fhfNTY i NTFW3 5 Mr. Stone Dohoney and famHill. S. C, and Mrs. Denver, LexingIMPORTANT SALE. ton; Tenn., Who met them in the ily, of Columbia, spent several above named county, are in fine health days with their 'relatives in our and getting along n'celv. They also Mr. fe. A. Noe, Lebanon, was here a left Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bnidette and Valuable Real Estate for Sale in city last week. few days ago. enjoying tine Mr. H. V. Denver Cane Valley, Ky., by. John Miss Nora Sherrill, who has . health. 4ft.p Mr. B. F. Chewning is now stationbeen in school at Campbellsville Eubank. ed at Ahertonville. : "Personals. $ $ $f$x&$$44 Russell Creek Baptist Academy students the Miss Nell Follis ! 'Mr. O. C. Pace, of Lebanon, was here a few days ago. Mr. Jo M. Reed was quite sick a few days of last week. Miss Leonora Lowe returned to her school at Danville Saturday. ? P l. .. holidays with her mother. A real Baptist School. Solicits On Monday, the 18th day of January BY U. L. TAYLOK. patronage of all 1915, at i o'clock, I will proceed to Miss Elva Hunter will enter who apoffer for sale at the court house door preciate moral and religious It is common when one goes into the in Columbia, Ky., to the highest and school at Columbia in a few days. ing. All grades; strong High School newspaper business to write what he best bidder at public outcry, the fol Mr. Sherman Keath and famsalutatory, in which he lays lowing, property to wit: 1 double 2 calls a and Normal Course. Special atten- down his platform. He tells in that story frame business house 60x60, ily, who have been citizens of $ tion to backward Second platform what he proposes to do. practically new, also blacksmith's our town for the pa3t six months Mr. R. L. Marshall was here from What policies he proposes to advocate, shop on same lot in rear. This corner term begins 4. Boarding have moved to their farm at Campbellsville, last Thursday. and what he will oppose, so that the is better known as S. G. Banks' corHall convenient. Terms very reaWe regret to people can tell what they may expect ner. Best business center of Cane Clementsville. Mr. Charley Walls spent several sonable. Address or call en from the paper. I have not gone into Valley. give them up for they were some days of last week in Louisville. the newspaper business, but the editor Also 1 House and lot on MiH street Dr. O. P. and Miss Mary Miller re- of the Adair County News has very in Cane Valley, known as Cave Dud- of our best people. turned to Louisville last Saturday. kindly given me permission to use one geon's property, recently repaired and Mr. Wesley Parson, one of our Dr. and Mrs. P. H. Conover left for column each week during the year 1915 necessary outbuildings, rents for 83 Campbellsville, Ky. former blacksmiths, who is now their home in Mt. Vernon, Ky., last for the promotion of the public per month. Rented for 1915 health. I have been in the habit of Also 1 House and lot on Columbia located in Hart county, spent a Thursday. visiting the schools in the county each and Campbellsville pike about 1 mile $x few days with us last week. He Mr. Wayne W. Cordell, of Tennessee year, and talking to the teachers and from Cane Valley North, 1 acre of special pension examiner, was here the scholars on the subject of sanita- ground more or less and box house. reports a fine business and his last Friday. tion and right living." In these talks Terms made known on day of sale. family as well as self highly S. W. Guthrie and 0. T. Lee I have audiences of from 10 to 50, and For further particulars concerning Messrs. of Campbellsville, were in Columbia I visit them only once a year, but in this property, write or phone me at pleased with their new quarters. this new arrangement, I will talk to Coburg, Ky. last Friday. Misses Janes and Dulin, two of TOBACCO of several thousand, and If not sold privately beforehand, Jamestown, was an audience Mr. Thos. Wolford, popular young ladies of the to them once every week. I am this will be a sure sale and you will Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Established at the Hancock Hotel the latter part talk a pioneer in this kind of work. No miss a bargain.If you fail to buy you Sparksville community, were the week. of last PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE other health officer in the State, or will lose. John Eubank. guest of Mrs. Charlie Sparks Mrs. J. H. Pelley and her daughter, out of it for that matter, has ever un- 10-INDEPENDENT Miss Zella, spentseveraldays in Louis dertawen anything like it before. I last week. We conduct a "Strictly Independent" Tobacco; Warehouse ville last week. was the first in the State to visit the To Teachers and the Public. Commission Business and are not connected directly or indiMr. and Mrs. W. P. Flowers C. Strange, who schools. At an annual meeting of the rectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company, and Mr. and Mrs. J. spent a few days visiting in Cogive personal attention to the sale of all tobacco intrusted were quite sick last week, have very Kentucky Medical Association 7 or 8 I wish to express my hearty appre- lumbia last week. years ago in Louisville, some member improved. to our care. much in a talk, said he thought it would be ciation of the self sacrificing work of Mr. and Mrs. Ed C. Yates, of Mr. and Mrs. Tim B. Cravens return- well to have the health officer do this those noble teachers who labored so COMPANY, incorporated, Proprietors BRIDGES a three weeks visit thing, when I told him that I had al- earnestly in the Moonlight schools of Bowling Green, spent one day ed Thursday from LOUISVILLE. KY. Correspondence Solicited to Tompkinsville. ready been doing it for two years. I this county. The results are encour- with their uncle, Charlie Yates Mrs. J. W. Richards, who has been have continued in that business ever aging, and these teachers did all the and daughter. We were all glad in a feeble state of health for some since that time. I was the first in work of those moonlight schools with- to see them. any of the counties round about to be- out receiving one cent of pay for It. time, is dangerously ill. gin to fumigate the houses where con- Indeed they spent some of their own Married, on the 31st, Miss speaking to their friends and list of our Sacraments,, and the Rev. O. M. Capshaw and family sumptives have died and where other money foi necessary expenses in these Reatherford to Mr. Jinis Finn. relatives, in such language as number, we believe, experienced moved from Cane Valley the 1st He people had been sick from other pre- night schools. All who have not reL. W. T. S. . cer- this: "0, we despised-th- e will enter the work religion at each, during the ventable and germ diseases. This has ported to Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart Rev. Furkin pronounced the They were popular that we heard of in Logan; present year, 1801." C. M. Barnett and Mr. been a great work, but the audiences will please do so at once. As a mat emony. Mr. and Mrs. i Jo M. Rosentield left a few days ago have been too small. I have never ter of information I would state that young people of Keltner. My correspondent here but, 0, we were deceived I the teachers of the day schools are Mt. Vernon, 111. for their home, been able to get the parents out to The Sabbath schools treated have no religion ; I know now several different ?acra- very rarely. paid this from $35 per mo. to 847.50. Miss Minnie Kemp, who will take a hear me, and the trustees all the Sunday school children Respectfully, have always given rue is a reality in these things: ments, held at different places, business course at Bowling Green, left The teachers Tobias Huffaker, Supt. A. C S. last Sunday. It was quite a feast there their support, and done what they point Monday morning. for that de- - and the number that he hopes could to promote the public health, for the children. The day will three days ago I would have lastThurs and I feel assured that they will con- Common School Diploma Miss Edna Lewis returned long be remembered by us all, spised any person that would obtained true religion, at these day from an extended visit to her sis- tinue to do so, but the Adair County especially for the good exhorta- have behaved as I am doing now; several solemnities, amount in ter, Mrs. Leo Baldauf, Elizabethtown. News reaches an audience, including tions given by two of our oldest but, 0, 1 feel the very pains of all to 144 persans He then proMary Helen, a little daughter of Mr. all the members of the families where The examination for Common citizens, Uncle Charles Yates and hell in my soul." This was the ceeds: and Mrsr J. F. Patteson, was seriously the paper goes, of several thousand week, but is better at this writ- each week. In these articles I shall School Diploma will be held at the! Robert O. Keltner. ill last "I would just, remark that, language of a precious soul, just aim to discuss all preventable diseases, Superintendent's office on the last Friing. We must ring off for this time before the hour of deliverance among the great numbers in our and give the latest phases of them, day and Saturday in January, 1915, Mrs. Ray Montgomery, who went to and how they may be prevented. I which will be the 29 and of this month by wishing all the News force a her former home, near Bowling Green, shall undertake to give the causes of The Common School Diploma shows happy New Year and one of her came. When they went home, country that profess to obtain for the holidays, is expected to return all these diseases, and how they may religion,. I scarcely know an inthat the holder has completed the most prosperous years of all her their conversation to practice common school course and is entitled be avoided. I am not in the friends and neighbors, was the stance of any that gave a com Mr. Lee Reed, Campbellsville, has of medicine, and don't propose to try to free tuition in the County High existence. means of commencing a glorious fortable ground of hope to the Respectfully. been a pleasant visitor with Misses to cure any body that is sick, but will School. '(Continued from 3rd page.) Sallie and Bettie Butler, during the continually look after the sanitary Tobias Huffaker, Supt. A C, S. work that'has overspread all the people of God, that they had re holidays, surroundings of the homes, and try to Cumberland settlements to the ligion, and have been admitted NARRATIVE Gradyville. Messrs. Tom, Romie, and Miss Lillie keep others from getting sick. In the conversion of hundreds of pre- to the privileges of the church, Judd, and Messrs John A. narris and building of new school houses, I shall not surrender my lawful right, to look Of the Commencement and Prog- cious souls. The work continued that have, in any degree, disAlbia Eubank left for their respective after location, construction and especEd Moss, of Greensburg, is schools last Saturday. night and day at this sacrament, graced their profession, or given ially the ventilation of them, and see ress of the Revival of 1800. Misses Mollie Jeffries, Jennie, and that they are built according to the spending a few days with relawhilst the vast multitude contin- us any ground to doubt their By the Late Rev. James M'Gready. Alma McFarland spent New Year day teachings of modern sanitation, I tives. ued upon the ground until Tues religion. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc shall let no false modesty deter me Judge N. H. Moss spent one "Were I to mention to you the Farland, near Cane Valley. day morning. According to the from telling the people what they day in Columbia the first of the "O he is willing he is come, he rapid progress of this work, in Miss May Cowherd and Mr. Reed, ought to do to be saved from the ravis come 0 what a sweet Christ best computation, we believe that accompanied Miss Sallie Ed Butler ages of disease I shall not undertake week. forty-fiv- e souls were brought to vacant congregations, carried on he is 0 what a precious Christ home from Campbellsville and other to say sharp, smart things, but do Ed Hill returned from Logan by the means of a few supplies, what I can to build up a strong pub- points, to spend the New Year. he is 0 what a fullness I see in Christ on this occasion. lie sentiment throughout the county county the first of the week. "Muddy River Sacrament, in and by praying socities such as Mr. II. H. Canu, of Hart County, ac him 0 what a beauty I see in liivur oi uie pudiic neaiui. J. may companied his daughter on her return in an anecdote occasionally to illusJ. A. Reatherford and family him 0 why was it that I never all its circumstances, was equal, at Stone's River, Cedar-Creeshe hav- tell trip to the Lindsey-Wilsos, trate some point I wish to enforce, have moved from the community Goose-Creethe the ing spent the holadays at home. could believe! that I never could and in some respects superior, to but my writings shall be as solid as 1 tain-Heaoth-e- r and many sa- Foren Miss Emma Bailey, of Mt. Pleasant can make them, and my selections of Cool Spring to Bliss. come to Christ before, when that at Gasper River- This places it would be more than Tenn., is visiting her father, broth- from other writers shall be after the A. B. Wilmore i3 spending Christ was so willing to save crament was in August. We beers, sisters and friends in Columbia same order. I want the time, or the bounds of a letter of all the teacheis, and I am sure I this week in Louisville. me?" Then turning round, she lieve about fifty persons, at this and in the vicinity of Columbia would admit of. Mr. M'G. and wife and shall have chat. I want the Thos. Dowell spent several addressed, sinners, and told them time, obtained religion. Mr. H. M. Dockery, of all the trustees, and I believe daughter, Miss Marie, of Kansas City, Ridge Sacrament, in Cum- myself administered the sacraI shall have that, and I know that I days in the Liietown last week. of the glory, willingness and "At who visited at Jamestown, were here on the second Sabbath in ment at the shall have the of the suThursday en route for their home. Joel Rodgers, our efficient mill preciousness of Christ, and plead berland, the perintendent of the public schools. I Ohio, about a month ago a vaabout forty-fiv- e September, Mrs. J. P. Scruggs, of Frederick-towhelp of the doctors and the man, spent a few days of last with them to repent; and all this want the cant congregation, nearly a hunMo., is spending a week or two registrars, but more than all these I week in language so heavenly, and, at souls, we believe,' obtained religat Roachville. dred miles distant from any regwith relatives and friends in Colum- want the help of the magistrates, the the same time, so .rational and ion. At Shiloh Sacrament, the n nativity county officers and the men and womJacob Nelson, the bia. This is the home of her ular organized society, formerly and her many friends were glad to see en of the whole county. In my. riding lumber man of Greensburg, scriptural, that I was filled with third Sabbath in September, her. about seventy sersons. At Mr. a place famed for wickedness, over the county I shall be continually called in to see us on his return . astonishment. But were I to a perfect synagogue of SaJudge Rollin Hurt left Sunday for handicapped by bad roads. For more you every particular of this Craighead's Sacrament, in Oc- and on Monday he as- than sixty years I have been traveling from Metcalfe county last week, 'write Frankfort, and visited them twice at an have been an eye and tober, about forty persons At tan. I sumed his duties as a Judge of the through the mud, and that has always Mrs. Christie spent kind that I Rev. and " Sacrament, con early period; Mr. R. twice, and Court of Appeals. Judge Hurt's fam- been my worst trouble, and 1 can ear witness to, during the two the Clay-Lic- k Mr. H. once. These supplies the ily will remain at Columbia for the truthfully say that I have ridden over several days of last week with i past years, it would nil many gregation, in Logan county, m this county more than any other liv- relatives at Summershade. present. hope that before many October, eight persons. At Lit- Lord blessed, as a means to start ing man. sheets oi paDer. Nae, Helen Atkinson, moons the I Misses Pearl people will wake up to the Messrs. Ro9e & Rodgers, of Muddy-Cree- k Sacrament in his work; and their praying soSue King, Elizabeth Clark and Myrtle face that they are needing better roads "At this sacrament a great tle twelve. At cities were attended with the Hankius, all teachers in the Graded as badly as they are needing better Keltner, were in this community many people from Cumberland, November, about School, who spent Christmas at their health. I shall prosecute the hook last week looking after tobacco. Meeting-housin power of God, to the conversion particularly from Shiloh congre- - Montgomery's respective homes, returned last Satur- worm campaign, and try and get the forty. At of almost whole families. When Mrs. Clara D. Sollenberger, of day and Sunday nights. people in a better state of health. jgation, came with great curiosi Cumberland, about Washington. D. C. who has; in Cumber- we administered the sacrament Presiding Elder. W. F. Hogard left ty to .see the work, yet possessed Hopewell Sacrament, Advance in Tobacco. Big last Friday for Bradentown, Fla., been visiting her parents for the November, about twen- amongst them, they appeared to with strong prejudices against it ; land, in where he expects to spend a month, month, returned to her Big advance on all grades of burley, past To mention the cir- be the most blessed little society He is a fine gentleman about five of whom, I trust, were ty persons. on dark leaf, lugs home the first of the week. more private oc- I ever saw. I ordained ten and we feel sure that the Kentucky also 50 cents to SI savingly and powerfully convert- - cumstances of Bradentown, some stronger. Good crops of burley colony, now located at averaging 10 to 12c. One crop grown Mr. Will Hill, of. Glasgow, ed before vhey left the place. A casions, commondays preaching, elders among them, all precious will see that he has a splendid visit Tt. Pruitt, Liietown, Ky., aver-ag-e by L spent a day or so with his rela- circumstance worthy of observa- and societies, would swell a let- Christians; three of which, two Rev. Hogard receivea a fall some weeks 14c, best basket bringing $22 per has not fully reago, from which he years ago, were professed deists, to a volume. hundred Burley is selling from 1 to tives here during the holidays. tion, they were sober professors ter covered. 22, dark from $1 50 to $10. Bring us "The present year has been a now living monuments of Al-- 4 Mr. W. C. Yates,, of Portland, in full communion. It was truly rs. M. E- Marcum and Mrs. Lena your tobacco web graded, ani in good blessed season likewise; yet not mighty Grace." was in Paul), the latter's two daught- order, if you want to seh for top reports our midst last Friday and affecting to see them lying pow equal to last year in conversion The original is signed, everything moving along Marion couityi re- prices. ers, who went-tJamw M'Gready. erless, crying for mercy, and wor.. I shall just . give you a nicely in his section. port that Miss S. R. Marcum, Rock Greensburg Loose Leaf House. returned to Saturday. Brad-fordsvil- le HEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMN. a for several months, spent the, train students. January $ W. G. WELBORN, Principal $$$$ $$$ &&$$&&$$& X. FARMERS and shippers 2t -- to-nig- their -- k, n, k, Red-Bank- d, Red-Bank- s, n, well-know- I e, W ni t - o TPTO APATK POTINTY NF.WR ' s crap Bool Spoiled the Water. The late Dr. Meikle of Crieff Hydrr is the hero of many stories, none bet rcaosts to adopt bis own "temperance" principles. He became The :..'. -'- ' .tt ij -- .j.- "rgSpP Sensible Wossin Know Fundaf Son of Health As health talks to women : ! ocomo ifuperior to salts, cathartic pills, waters. nore general, both in tho etc.. tvnicii are entirely 190 violent. t.nd on tho platform, the of women Women sfiould see to it that they lno'-t- ; ! bcKinnlnfT to realize wh..t the i.tf e at least ono movement of any .w els each day, and when showing Itivatcd have always known, that ol health cannot be found In a iniuipuy to constipation snouiu taKo v The externals of healt.i i.mv ho ut Ja hi well's Syrup Pepsin in the .talned In that way, but thr !a.s!s of ' il tlos'- - prescribed. A brief use of 1!I . n tiain the stomach and bovel tlth lies deeper, and yot Sir just r.s aily obtained. , ,.!, that all forms of medicine can ' rfpensed v;ith. Thee opinions are The most important tiling that s ' ' :eol I.y thousands of women, after '.man can do for herself, r.r :;"outM" V. ;.e:.. .e . ' lc-'lich she is often most neitl'f!;!, .r vr.mnrti '.. .... ire, :JJ Claibonio St.." Xathville, watch thi rnmlitfnn "id bowels. n ii (1 Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. The weary eyt .. t!o ireatn, the frequent hpadneh ?.. tl.e f n w'slilnir to ma' e a trial of this ''Mples, tho general air of lao- tui'e ' . before bujinir i! m the regular ne times out of ten the result of conone stipation or indigestion, or both. Many u of a driitrsist at flfty cents or can-taMmple remedies can be obtained, but 'o lar a larjte bottle (family size) e a sample bottle sent to the home the best in the estimation ot most I of Dr. voncn is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. V. n. charse by simply addressing- St, Caldwell, 403 Washington It i mild, pleasant to the taste and Monticello. 111. Your name and address exactly suited to her needs. It is far rn a postal card will do. nev.-.-aiernv-isvl-- I UNDERTAKES- - c ter known tiian that of his desire tr 1 I 1 To-.vd- induce hi I '5K I i I.I . 9 aware ot the practice indulged in bj come patrons of the Hydro of conceal- t- - eep constantl o hands a nice lin "i x ing certain cor dials in their bedrooms and of ordering shaving water at bedtime whereby to enjoy furtive jorums of toddy. Meeting a servant in a corridoi one nlgut, wnc The best known materials the labor was staggering of master workmen the aid of the most I under a heavy aenU tray of hot wa- ingenious modern machinery have been ter jngs. Or. employed to make the Thornhill wagon, "SOAP woj't UUltT Meikle asked hei The wheels are made with excessive IT." where she was For the spokes the manufacturers oing with these things. She replied that she was taking shaving water to use the finest hickory machine driven insure the right dish. The hubs are the gentlemen. "Come here," said the doctor, leading the way to a bathroom. of oak," thoroughly seasoned and banded The maid followed in fear and trem with double refined sable iron. bling. The doctor pulled out a penThe bolsters are of the best white oak. knife and, taking a hunk of soap, cul They have an iron plate at top and botIt into small pieces, which he dropped tom, riveted through and through mulinto the jugs, with the caustic remark: "Soap won't hurt it. It's shaving wa tiplying their strength. ter, you know." The curses that en The "Thornhill" has a malleable front sued in several bedrooms are unknown, hound plate that is braced to the hounds Tint it is assured that, if known, thej at all pwints. This is an exclusive .would be unprintable. Toronto Globe "Thornhill" feature. It prevents the Lo, Clear the Way. a cloud's about to vanish From the day And a brazen wrong to crumble Into clay! Lro, tiie right's about to conquer! Clear the way! Jv"ith the right shall many more Enter smiling at the door. With the giant wrong shall fall Many others, great and small. That for ages long have held us For their prey. Men' of thought and men of action Clear the way! . Charles Mackay r i- n - . 1 . i Caskets and Coffiins, and Men and Lo-ati- on v.ac;i-"n- S3 adies Robes, also a nice nurse. - r.-r- x This is the "Thornhill" Wagon -the Wagon that Must Make Good gears from ever getting out of line and causing hard pulling, "Thornhill" wagons are equipped with long sleeve malleable skeins that insure light running, and last any other skein. Each skein is fitted to its axle with a Defiance ma-t-o chine infallibly accurate. This machine insures the right pitch and tuck, maker. light draft a certainty. The axles are of toughest hickory the steel axles of the best refined steel. The sides of "Thornhill" beds arc made of poplar. It costs the makers more but it holds paint better and gives tetter service. Come in and see this wagon- - sold under a binding guarantee. le over Cumberland Grocers Co., Jolumbia, Ky. f Phone 52 A. J. B. Jones. P Ii - ' ' Birdseve view ot our Plant out-car- e. PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and : weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 (minutes. My doctor could not help . me, but I was completely cured by : DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. -- fSSSOSXZ - tflu ?! Sold By The Thornbi'l WOODSON LEWI! GREENSUBRG, KENTUCKY. wnr.vzEvzfy t hr bw- ?2&Zfa,&r .? .' js& t '" jiilS: 'Largest in Dixie" v -- : -' pr ttexjci H the V. J. Hughes Incorporated Sons Co. . iVIaoe I cr.d the cheapest Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog .) His Queer Request. Cyril Maude tells the following storj about his old friend, Y. S. Penley: Penley was stopping at a country bouse in Brittany, WAR! asssssiifisisQississssi What Is It WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, EVERYTHING1IN so:s..n:h. Lead and back.'' ivritss li. g i Alston, HaJelsh, AT. ii.. ' .id ir.y 3 H er and kif l.?ys did not work right, 9 h'. four bottles of Eiectric .Bitten p cads rue. feeJ '""ke a new raan." F3ICE 50 CIS. i AIL DRUG STORES, g t-- a T3ew Man pOf bllm. r.5 3 ia niy "CC?Kt All About? drfVER 3zs i -.-- France, and Uie morning after his arrival, finding no looking glass in his room, rang the bell. "Appor-te- z " moi un he said to the maid who it The maid grinned and then, choking with laugher, ran down to her master. "Monsieur," she cried, "your TItn MAID grinned. friend who arrived last night is mad. He has nothing on but his dressing gown, and be asked xne to bring him a horse!" The host tan up and asked I'enley what on earth he wanted a "cheval" for. "Well." was Penley's reply, "we talk of a cheval glass at home, don't we? I thought 'cheval' was the French wonS for mirror." che-val.- ' m sr And a . . ... .i. n . vi. - Jtj tt i - rr ? :ji ?1 j ir-- jjr HI M Spin HOOFING Asphalt. Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized r n. t MARKt .r.tGKTGctC ' CflJ . ""& it . ;)-- . and Printed. qUC'".'. . ( -!- ljf'ifl Fence. Iu nf ghstcmn,; whole world gone strirk mad over a very foolish and trivial n? Are swords rau!"'-- , cannon rumbling, mailed armour i because Russia wanted to show her love for the little brother Sen .1 ? Also Elvvood and lArnerican L .. c'J ifflca. C3 r-v:Uy. r.nwiitiac3'u."jai. - i in . u..V3.51. SoidLrc".'u!er. York & Oo.364Ercsi:ft3i-Ns- .a ? SU Washln ;toa. I. C. t-- . -- 1 llj .O.ivsi J . vij She Could Lecture Them. Mr. Frederick Townseud Martin in his book. "Things I Remember," tella a. story of a titled lady, well known in English society, with very decided and outspoken opinions on certain sub- Tear at ulc tl.e curtain of Europe's politics and see of rV:si that is being played. the prirj and sinister Sec upon v. Lit a sliai, yoi de:j)erate, excuse the sacred -. ;evl. Read the history lives of in'.V m.iv be of the vc I'll'" bundr.-c- t "ears, i written by ore of the greatest authcrit.es tx vr it'A i r. ever known, and learn thr laLed, f:ir.inf-fu- l truth. Jxnt to get you started as a Review of Reviews u.IiscriLer, vec in ike ou this extra- otulnary oiler. Wc vi! give to you ".2-- Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. .'Incorporated 1 CO- - jects. V1 "i.521K, M i ., Vv at lunch and ,. "r the conversation turned on the pleasures of life Every one present gave 11 4.Vuli'v MWmtA-hjhis or her idea of what constituted r&'Vvv' t i"i enjoyment, and. at last, Lady Henry remarked in her impressive manner. "For myself. I like dinners better than anything else!" "Dinners !' exclaimed he- - host in a one of great surprise. "Mj dear Lady Henry, surely you are not a gourmet?" "Oh. no." drawled her lad ship; "I JIke dinners because I know I am certain to have a man on either side of ine who can't get away!" One day she was out ii'rf-wirit- FFf complete, I 1 2-- 1 16 Eaat Matket treei Bclween First and BrooU swats JLmruy s Today m ' mSmSBf VC a full cf Four splendid cloth portraits, sketches, maps, diagrams Read in this titnelv, authoritative, 01 he nistory volumes, World AND THE .ouis':.5?e. Ky aatsiiJ &&& SaSsi il3 ei; s il x-- is the climax of a hundred years of preparation. ! hundred years. 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The first night we were near the enemy 1 managed to find a deserted cabin and, after placing my picket out in front, we flung ourselves down to sleep. In the middle of the night I changed the Ticket, selecting for duty a young fellow who had exhibited the most Irnging to exterminate the tire northern army. "About dawn I was awakened by the well known Ting, ping!' of bullets ngainn the logs of the cabin and the expostulating voice of my picket to the door. I saw that a small scouting party of federal soldiers had dtocovered signs of Confederates in the cabin and were trying to drive us 1 out by nrmg rrom me opposite and gave ti.nd to my picketThe younga gasp man of .tonishment. tood in the midst of the clearing while -h bullets whistled around him. There was no sign of fear about him, tremendously excited. He Wmt he had dxepped his musket and was wav tag his arms, trying to attract the at tentlon of the enemy, and shouting at th top of bis voice in tones of fe A 1 ln--.n- Sd.K?Siiii?-'- ftSrVSiSSiri? y5S ' ? The Louisville Daily Herald And the Splendid Clubbing Bargain A 7 he f "'' We Offer Adair County News and w&m&j WVWSSm wi88mmM:.i S-- s RF.VIK,SS7 rtf for a i G g t'lg 1 CJZ 0BiT: f f RF.VTFWS v ilnd,,th,e prepaij-absolutely Go-iu- we expen. sk that after yoa get the booki . and likethem you send 25 cencs for shippint and $1.00 a month for three months to pay for the Review of Reviews. If the books jUdnn " " aren't wonh more than you pay for books and magazine to-rether, send them back at our expense. But be prompt The OautaOm world-wid- e fame of Duruy will make these 5.C00 sets dis-r?ear from our stock room at once. Send your coupon ,hlK,jBe ch min toda) ani be in time. The beautif .1 V leather set costs only a f ew cents more. 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Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome. farm or business man. This grand offerIsmited and we advise .you to talce advantaeebsubscrib'nefor the above combination 'right now. Call or mail orders to te The Liver Regulate 1 Ihe Body A m Sluggish "Liver Needs Care. "Someone has said Dr. King's New Life Pills. Paull Drug Co. 2'c at Ad. s wmstrance: Constipation and Indigestion. Chronic Liver Complaint should be "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets shut up away from humanity, for they and must say they are the best I have are pessimists and see through a glass ever used for constipation and indidarkly." Why? Because mental gestion. My wife also used them for constipation and indigestion and; they states depends upon physical states. did her good," writes Eugene S. Biliousness, Headaches, Dizziness and TCnichfc. "Wilmington. N. C. Solb by disappear after using Paull Drug. Co Constipation A(j that people with This offer will hold good for only a short) time. If you want to keep posted in poli-tic- s and current events, subscribe now. Come,. bring or send your subscriptions to w Jjou't you fellows' over yondor in here you all be fear's folka In here!" Now fork P.u this office. The Adair,County News, Columbia,! Ky. r . I c THEijADAm COUNTY NEWS , ipy MJ imj isj () ( IM) rm tm mm "ar, (m$ i ai It Always Helps says Airs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give Tired! Are you tired ? run down p nerroas? Is everything you do an effort? Not it is not laziness. You aro ill. Yoar system needs n tonic Your Stomach, Kidneys and Liver need stirring up. Nothing will do this better than Bad Cold Quickly Broken tip. Mrs. Martha Wilcox, Gowanda, N". Y., writes: "I first used Chamber-Iain'-s Electric 50c. and $1.00 Bitters THE All Druggists Coii,'h Remedy about eight years ago. At that time I had a hard cold and coughed most of the time, lb proved to be just what I needed. It broke up the cold in a few days, and the cough entirely disappeared. I have told many of my friends of the good I received through using this medicine, and all who have used it speak of it in the highest terms Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad -- Special Ai! Notice Man Cut in Two Talked. Persons Who Are Behind Tiie Woman's Tonic a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. ksi jrt'5.'4 UISVILL1 Walter Jones, a Pennsylvania railroad brakeman, met death in the yards at Cincinnati when his body was oiit in two by four One Year on our Subscrip- Lj FOR 1914 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BiGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF freight cars of a special train that ran him down while he was crossing the tracks. At an inquest, held in the office nf Coroner Foertmeyer and his assistants, a number of witnesses went on the stand and declared that Jones, before his death, had not only talked to them but gave them explicit di rections as to what disposition should be made of his body. The testimony of the witnesses was listened to with breathless interest. According to their story, they reached the fatally injured man as he was dying, with one-hahis body inside and the other half outside the rail. He told them his name and also the address of his parents, who live at Helton, N. C. He also directed the men as to how he should be cared for and even expressed a hope that his injuries might not prove fatal. He conversed with them for several minutes before overtaken bv death. lf tion Books Will have to Come off, Under Get a Bottle Today! rK&S V"ii h: Vr ir rMo&rw7MWs$ efi 3r Wi. i23 VS.1 164 Jbst &f2 the Law, if not Paid at once John Shu,ts aed Jseph Clay Roberts, a boy; whose spleen had to be re- - Sullivan, 15, and Emery unkle, moved, following injuries sus- - 13, met death under a passenger THE tained while coasting, was dy- - train while coasting on a hill IS "ingof weakness, following an near Steubenville, 0. Two loss of blood, when Miss er ,ads were injured. old oth-unusu- u The LOUISVILLE TUB I Government al $5.00 A YEAR. Will Not carry Papers in thr Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year Merrill, a hospital nurse at Ab- ingdon, Va., volunteered to give her blood to save the youth; The transfusion process brought tue uoy speeuuy uac 10 con- sciousness and he will recover. In wet weather clean the win- - !f V0U WiLL SEND YOUR 0RDI i dows with chamois leather in TO US. YOU CAN GET U!sUaI way then gprinkie a the little flour on the polishing dus- HE ADASR COUNTY ter The result wi,j be an easy and a brilIiant poiish Special Notice ! AND DllfV 1 !;-i- tr ! if i wr ill JL mmmm mmrm xa. v rJb itfii.iniww HE LOUrV.LE TIME Woodson Lewis Qreensburg, Ky. Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick and satisfactory fence. 1 lots of 5 lbs or more. All Wool Flanel 51 in. wide, 70c per yd prepaid. Cotton Extra Warp Flanel nice dark colors, plain 2Sc twilled 36c. Old Time Jeans pants in Regular sizes S2.25 a pair. 'Just what you need this winter. Give us your order now, dont wait, later we will be overrun and will cause some delay. Tliat s exactly what ?ou get in oar Bijr Woolly Blankets ( Extra Size 74 x S3 ) Weijjh.nearly Eight Pounds. Prepaid anywhere for S5 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 chargesand 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 ooc for White and G5 for Black, prepaid in BOTH ONE YEAR The Gist of It. 0RONL $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prir 't-- r "'Last December I had a. very severe cold and was nearly down sick in bed. I bought two bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it was only a very few days until I was completely restored to health," writes O. J. Met-calf, Weatherby, Mo. If you would know the value of this remedy, ask any one who has used It. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Ad NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c 7 8 6 6 1 anywhere. Has the best corps of corre " 26 32 32 39 39 18c Dondents. Covers the Kentucky field pa Farmers Woolen Mills, E P. O. Jamestown, Ky. L, BEECE Mgr. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. fectly. Covers the general news si $$ &&$$ completely. The Daily Ha? the best and fullest pir kets reports. 9 DEMOCRATIC in politics bt For the theft ot 150 pennies and a plugged dime, Bernie Smith has been sentenced at Huntingdon, W. Va., to spend the remainder of his life in the state penitentiary. It was the fourth time he had been convicted of larceny and the judge sentenced him under the habitual criminal act. Women of Sedentary Habits. Women who get but little exercise are likely to be troubled with consti 8 9 9 9 6 9 " " " 20c 18e 22ic 20c " Square Deal Fence in all size3 at fair prices. Buy now before the. advance. We have 30,000 rods subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. A Louisville And The Times New - fair to everybody. kfniy ymid .jiutjjrt; sua skit NL.miuLm - full,' Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhill Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." , TI0N RIGHT AWAY UENTAL OFi'ICKI Adair County Dr. James Triplet DENTIST OVKR PAULL DRUG CO. pation and indigestion and will find Chamberlain's Tablets highly beneficial. Not so good as a three or four mile walk every day, but very much better than to allow the bowels to remain in a constipated condition. They are easy and pleasant to take and most agreeable in effect. Sold by Paull Drug Co Ad Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- -' ing, both at old prices. We have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to askAdvance on Anything Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Is the bestafternoondaily paper publishm Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 20. One out of every ten persons in Chicago receives aid from public charity, according to the Board of County Commissioners. Lime for this month, only 90c. OFFICE PHONB ed' in Louisville. It is Democratic, but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii IStomach Pains! and Indigestion caused me great distress for two years. I tried manr thinea for relief, but cot little help, tillat last I found 'j it ia tlio bast pills or medicine I ever tried ;( DR. KING'S C.E. Hatfield. Goyan.W. Va. County r) -- NeWs.-bp-thjio- r 4.50, per year. I NewLifePills 28 CENTS m MTTLE f AT ALL 0RUGGIST3. Their report states that during the current year partial or complete support was given at public expense to 250,000 residents of Cook county. Of these public charges about 50,000 are cared for in public institutions. Wood, clothing and food is given to 200,000 more. Equals , A startling statement but a true one in this case. One teaspoonful of medicine and two pounds of your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents' equal, in what they do for your animals and fowls, two pounds of any ready-mastock or poultry tonic (price 25 cents). There you are I If you don't believe it, try it putl Buy, today, a can of de 25 Write ford trial package of Bee Dee STOCK & POULTRY AlEDICINE, also our 32 page, illustrated book, fullr explaini&z its uses. Address: Bee Dec Stock Medidne Company, Chattanooga, Tenn. Daa TV! Jjv; U Omc ST0CK & POULTRY MEDICINE Mties it rewk-ynhca- y. ImI fab teak 25c, 50c and. 31. per can. At vosr lefl!er. rTtf'?' n l -'-' P J. it-tl- ".'-tf " ' r- ' .vj " c - wI . 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . The Adair County News The Louisville Post HCmne and Farm 24 All Three GRE AT FFER The Atlas Alone is Worth More Than We Ask For All ws i cil 1 S1 Page WAR ATLAS iny Papers One Year With Atlas Included SEND ALL ORDERS TO RC Thts offer is good for January Only M County m?w?WW mM!..sU&m& xsivS ' m&x$,&l.&!te&J&i&&&&& Greensburg. WWWWW'''W''WlWWWrWWWWWWWlW &&& " w M&& SC& "m -- Hardyville, which was solmnized and every seller was joyous over Dec. 30th, at high noon, at the the result, Representatives of Greensburg and Green County bride's home. The house was the American Tobacco Co., Lighave passed a quiet Christmas beautifully decorated with pot gett & Myers, Burford Tobacco holiday with no tragedies or ac- ted plants, evergreens, and cut Co., G. 0. Tuck & Co., and Cotcidents to mar the pleasure. Bet- flowers. The ceremony was said ton & Hale, besides a number of ter order prevailed in 'the town before an altar of evergreens sus- oaal iotacco buvers. are on the and feerw drunks and disorsilies pended from the ceiling in a half floor eajn day in hot competition were taken care of. With the circle and from this hung tiny for the weed. The management ushering in of the New Year wedding bells. Previous to the has erected an additional prize business interests have taken a ceremony,, Miss Ella Kerr of building, two stories high, 250ft new lease of energy and enthusi- Campbellsville gave a violin solo, x 50ft. Sales will be held on asm, and it is expected that this accompanied by Miss Kathleen every day of the week, except will be one of the greatest years Shreve who played selections Sat. until the season closes. of the County's history. Weath- from Mendelsohn and Loehen-griThe bride entering on the Notice er conditions have pointed to good crops for the summer, and arm of her father by whom she General BlacRsmithing the heavy demands from foreign was given in marriage, wore a countries for food supplies and blue cloth suit and a corsage Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly of roses. The only attend- done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia other necessities will cause farm produce to bring good prices, and ants were the little ribbn bear- - attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and this County will nope to reap ers Misses Mildred Howell, satisfaction Guaranteed. Shively, Mattie Hodge, and some of the benefits. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot1 A surprise to her many friends Marguerite Moss. Mr. and Mrs. PHONE NO.! 75 here was the quiet marriage of Peden left immediately for a briJEFF PARSON, Miss Eula Morris, of Columbia, dal trip and after Jan. the 4th, Campbellsviue, Ky. who has made her home, here are are at home to their friends with her sister, Mrs. W. M. Moss at Hardyville. McGaha. and attended the high school at Only a few sales were held on market before the hoi- this place. Accompanied by Mr. loose-lea- f I am at home once more after and Mrs. Moss, Miss Morris and idays and the offerings were of having spent the year in TenMr. Ernest Winfrey, of Dunn-viil- an inferior type and in very bad nessee, going to music schools Casey County, wenttoLeb condition. The continued rains and teaching. I taught one Noranon Wednesday the 30th, and for ten days before the opening mal and a number of common r. of the market had rendered the were married there by Rev. singing schools. The groom is a merchant tobacco too heavy and wet to I enjoyed teaching a singing and postmaster at Dunnville and bring half its value and the school at Donansburg, in Green is a young man of splendid abil- grower was very much dissatisfied Co., and one at Sparksville. We ity. His bride is known for her with the prices offered and the did regular Normal work in, that charms of beauty and character, receipts thereafter were light. school, but few were able to take and has many warm friends here. The sales just prior to the holi the work, therefore, our school She taught in the schools of this days were more satisfactory as was: sraall.'tf I , County two years ago, and this the market had become settled TheyjJi&'Mrd work and made year has taught in Adair County. and the tobocco was in better ereatf.aftvincements. They bridal trip, Mr. and condition. The sales since the After a short teach at any time in Mrs.W.are at home at Dunnville. holidays have been very satisfac- the futureiiwhen I have leisure. One of the prettiest social af- tory and although no real good Im expecting to come home fairs of the ChristmaB season leaf has been offered, yet some in April to spend the summer. I was the marriage of Miss Mary crops have averaged as high as able to meet the muGowen, daugter of Senator and nine dollars. The market Thurs- hope to be Mrs. S. T. Gowen, and Mr. Wil day was exceptionally strong and sic teacVro nf AoiV and adi?m Edward Peden. of not a single basket' was rejected joining counties, in a great con- n. 1 Ql 1 inrkpv-Wikft- n lIBkv A J 5! TrainincJ Srhnnl mhJ'J II m Mllllllm kVllVvl :"-- Safe Place to Put Your Children " " v-'- 4 lib: " : " ' n to the Public bo-qu- et 4 Yir-gin- ia t e, Pra-the- 4 The second term begins Dec. 29, 1914. New classes started in all departments at this time. The teachers class will be organized and all who wish to take this course should enter at the first. We prepare you to teach efficiently as well as to pass the examination. The dormitories are brick buildings with steam heat, electric lights, baths, water works and other modern improvements. Pupils are under personal supervision of teachers at all times, making the institution an ideal place for work. Largest enrollment in the history of the institution for the fall term. and try to make The teachers and pupils are cordial toward all their surroundings pleasant while here. Write and engage a room at once. COURSES OFFERED. Music Training School ' Expression Normal Bookkeeping Intermediate Shorthand and Typewriting Primary For further information address, new-come- rs T -- Moss k? '5',- - & Chandler, Columbia, Kentucky. the News a happy New Year and sending $1.00 to the Editor on the paper and wishing him a prosperous year. I close, I. M. Grimsley. "fr4$4"Q"Q"fr6Q"fr 6"Q444iQ"0"fr vention such as tKey have in the South. Teachers, wake up and lets get a move on U3 and work for unity among teachers and an interest among the people. I leave tomorrow for Lawrencburg Tenn., to take another course in music. Wishing the readers of & , . s -- , "' -" tJ v -- A, HV"" i&b