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IIHp - COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, NUMBER 11 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Tribute of Respect.' Report of the Condition of the Odd Fellows Install Officers. ': REPORT OFTHE CONDITION -- HEALTH OFFICER'S COLUMNi OF THE BY U. L. TAYLOR. FARMERS BANK at Casey's The following preamble and resolutions on the death of Bro. Frame Sinclair, who departed this life Sunday afternoon January 3, 1915, were adopt- Bank of Cumberland - ed by Columbia lodge, No. 96, Free Creek, County of Adarr, and Accepted Masons. The deceased State of Kentucky, was a zealous member and before his health failed he was regular in his atAt the Close of Business on the 31st Day of Dec. 1914 tendance, and his presence will be greatiy missed. RESOURCES Loans and Disoounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Due from Banks Cash on hand Checks and other cash items Bankine House, Furniture and Fixtures honorable and respected citizen, and Other Real Estate brother Masons a companion f31 087 97 his Total whose heart overflowed with sympa LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in thy. Therefore be it cash $15 000 00 Resolved, That we, as a lodge of Ma Surplus Fond 3600 00 sons, extend to the bereaved widow Undivided Profits, tes3 expenses and and children, brothers and sisters our 340 19 taxes paid Deposits subject to check sympathy in this the 13 147 78 profoundest Total 131037 97 greatest sorrow that ever came into His zeal for nobler deeds and higher thoughts, his purity of character' en24 1&6 80 "50 abled him to gather while here a host 1370 62 of admiring friends and companions. 2963 05 By his death the family have lost a devoted husband and a kind and affeccommunity an 2 560 00 tionate father, the Columbia Lodge No. 230, 1- - O. O. F. has installed the following officers for the ensuing year. Doing Business at the T. E. Jeffries, Noble Grand. Town of Burkesville, County of S. C. Neat, Vice Grand. Cumberland, J. C. Strange, Secretary. State of Kentucky Henry Hurt, Treasurer. at the S. P. Eubank, O. G. day of Close of Business on the 31st H. T. Walker, I. G. Dec. 1914. S: G. Denny, C J. E. Flowers, . N. G. RESOURCES C. H. Sandusky, L. S. N. G. 131 263 90 Loans and Discounts un j. m, Murren, it a. s. Overdrafts, secured and f283 20 secured M. Conover, L. S. S. 25 873 59 Due from Banks Jo Sandusky, Conductor. 14 628 74 Cash on hand D. M. Moore, R. S. V. G. Banking House, Furniture R.-S- and Fixtures Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and tax paid. Deposits subject to check.. Cashier's checks outstanding Due Banks and Trust Co... ... mpanies........ Unpaid Dividends Bills Payable 5000 00 W. E' Harris, L. S.V.G. Tax-payers 176 7G6 23 "S T N r-- question has been coming down through the ages for about 6,000 years, LIABILITIES. On and after February 1st, 1915, 1 and is now for the first time being anCapital stock paid in, in 481 11 will levy, guarnishee and sell property swered in the light of preventive medcash 130 000 00 $120 646 34 of all those who have not paid their Surplus. Funds $35 000 00 icine and modern sanitation. The taxes for 1914. To save costs settle at Undivided Profits, less exuniversal brotherhood of man, that is penses and taxes paid 2 000 CO now being S. H, Mitchell, Sheriff, once. universally acknowledged, 578 13 Deposits subject to check 144 572 13 t. 100 00 Adair County Ky. makes every body his brother's keepDue Banks and Ttrust Companies 12 960 65 their lives, and commend them to a 1 316 53 er. After the flood sickness entered taxes STATE OF KENTUCKY J Business Meeting at Baptist Reserve forTotal County of Adair i Set 170 706 23 just God Who doeth all things for the Total S33 66 into the world, and man began fight212 WeMc C. Goodeand J, C. Nichols, President, STATE OF KENTUCKY Church. ing it, and soon the necessity of doc. STATE OF KENTUCKY, and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemn-l- y best. COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND, ,t Set. County op Adair, J bct 2d That a copy of this writing be We C. W. Alexander and J. T. McGee. Presitors became apparent. Human life swear that the above statement is true to the We W. Presiand Jno. TV. best of our knowledge and belief . sent to the family of the deceased, dent and Cashier of the above named Bank do On Wednesday night after prayer dent and W. Jonesof the above Flowers,Bank, do was very much shorter after the flood Cashier named Mc C. Goode. President. and that the Secretary record the solemnly swear that the'above statement is true r meeting the first business meeting of solemnly swear that the above statement is than before. Moses lived to be 120 J. C. Nichols, cashier. to the best of our knowledge and belief. the year will be held at the Baptist true to the best of our knowledge and belief. years old, and died without being sick. same upon the record book of this C. W. Alexander, President Church. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th "We urge a full attendance. W, W. Jones. President. lodge. His successor, Joshua, lived to the ripe day of Jan, 1915 J. T. McGee, Cashier. O. P. Bush, Pastor. Jno. W. Flowers. Cashier old age of 110 years, and 3d That the usual badge of mournand sworn to before me this 5th Subscribed the ages of tSx commission expires the first meeting of Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th man grew ing be worn by the members thirty day of Jan. 1915. less and less as the days Senate. day of January, 1915. My Commission expires Feb. 9. 1918. A Card of Thanks. went by. Several hundred years after W. H. Goode. Notary Public. Adair county, Ky. days. Joe S. Kniflev. N. P. A. C. the P. Sandiege, N. P. W. T. Price, death of Joshua, David said: Commission Expires, Feb. 19, 1916. Correct Attest: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Montgomery, J. R. Garnett - Com "The days of our years are three score . More School Affairs. C. W. Alexander-Jwish to thank their many friends for J. E. Murrell1, ) years and ten." New Testament T. McGee the kindness administered during the Circuit court will open here next times the people In S.M.Young were afflicted with sickness and death of their mother, Monday with Judge J. . C. Carter on many Green County Weddings. Directors, 1 wish to say to all parties desiring of the diseases of our time, but the bench. If it should be a fair day, Mrs. Harriet A. Morris. to attend the State Normal School at the doctors seemed unable to manage an immense crowd of peeple will put Bowling Green, that if they have not Approaching Marriage. Just previous and during the ChristOn the Civil dockets for the coming in an appearance. It is more than them. Thus matters went on, human heretofore received appointments for mas holidays the following marriage January term of the Adair Circuit likely that the candidates for Circuit life growing shorter and shorter, unfree tuition, they should call on me at licenses were issued in Green county: Mr. court, are 13 Equity and 2 Common Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney til the average about 400, got down to Invitajbions to the marriage of once and I will give them appointMiss Lora Perkins and Thomas Leslie Walker Allen to Miss Mary Pen- Law jfppearance suits, and on the will make, public announcements. 25 when the scientific physicians' ments. There is free tuition for all Pierce, both of Pierce. to try and prevent disease instead may Candidates for have been received that will apply and more. I hope to C. C. Robertson, of Sulphur Well, dleton Duncan Columbia The cere- Commonwealth's docket, are 9 felonies also be present the State Senate of trying to cure it. For two or three and make talks. It is by relatives of and 70 misdemeanors before the court. see a large delegation of Adair county and Miss Vida ft. Warf, of Pierce. mony wjll take place in Bessemer, understood here that several gentle- centuries the human life remained teachers in the Western Kentucky Miss Dora Milby and Mr. E. L. Cal- Ala., where the couple reside, TuesI will be ready to start my corn mill men who reside in Barren county will about the same, until Edward 'Jenner State formal this year. With all due houn, both of Summersville. discovered vaccination. That was the day, January 19, 1915. and corn crusher next week Custom be before the peopje. The counties defference to the faithful and earnest Sarah Mayfield, eighteen, and Ray The groom to be is a son of Mr. and grinding done. Mill on Campbells-vill- e which make up the Senatorial district greatest move that had ever been teachers of our county, I must say McFeiia, both of Greensburg. Mrs. few are Adair, Barren and ' Metcalfe. made toward preventive medicine. Allen, who pike below the cemetery. that the greatest need of our schools Miss Alice Vaughan and Mr. C. L. from S. A. place, and islive aof themiles one best Adair will not have a candidate, and it Up to this time millions of people had this J. W. Walker. is thoroughly qualified and truMarcum, Greensburg. young men ever reared in Adair counis said that Metcalfe conceeds the the died from smallpox, large cities of the ly capable teachers We must have United States had been almost depopMiss Annie Warf and Mr. Yerner ty. Dr. Frank Cheek, of Danville, track to Barren. teachers of broad scholarship and Tucker, of Pierce. ulated, and writers of that day tell us The bride is a stranger to the peo- preached for the Presbyterian Church teaching ability, with profesaional . Miss Eulalie Tate Sublette, seven- ple Mr. J. A. Diddle and family are now that almost every man and woman here, but Leslie's good judgment hereJast Sunday night. He is here training, educational enthusiasm and teen, of Camp Knox, and Mr. Sylvan would prompt him in selecting a com- frequently and our seople are always located on their farm in Logan co'un that one met on the streets was disclean moral characters Without M. Banks, of Cane Valley, Adair county, a short distance from Adairville. figured by it. Jenner did not let his panion for life, and we predict that glad to hear him. teachers of this type our schools will ty. Mr. Diddle has been a prominent bus- discovery be known until he thought his choice possesses all the characterfail in spite of all the equipments we iness man, farmer and trader of this there could be no doubt about it. But Miss Virginia Ann Berry, of near istics that go to make up a lovely No. 6769. may provide in the way of houses, Greensburg, county since he reached his majority, he did not wait long enough, A mob and Mr. Sam B. Wright, woman. grounds and school furniture. The of and he will be greatly missed from gathered and was about to take his Thurlow. teacher who plans to qualify himself busy activities of Adair county. He life, when he had to flee, and the mob Miss Lucy Morgan, of Pierce, and Local Stock Market. OF THE CONDITION OF for better work each year, is the Mr. Dee Patterson, of Louisville. has a most excellent wife, and four broke into his office, burned all his teacher who will succeed, and who Miss Mattie Martin, of Gresham, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK sons, all grown and educated, and valuable papers and furniture, and will be remembered for his work's who have had proper training from sought diligently for him. He had to S. Harris and R. K. Young sold Lloyd Wilson, of Camp Knox. C. and Mr Respt, sake. W. Bennett twenty head of hogs at AT COLUMBIA, IX THE STATE youth up. Logan county gains by the stay in hiding for 7 or 8 years. By Miss Velonia James, of Donansburg, L Tobias Huffaker, Supt., A. C. S. G cents. Mr. Bennett finished buying OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE removal of this family from Adair, this time his discovery was acknowland Mr. James Wright, of Pierce. and we cheerfully commend it to the edged to be true. The people made Miss Alzadie Hancock and L. E a carload last week. OF BUSINESS Dec. 31, 1914. j Somewhat Prolific. what amends they could, but they good people of "Western Kentucky. Brack Massie bought and shipped Estes, both of near Greensburg. RESOURCES. could do nothing but build a monMiss Louise V. Simpson and Porter two carloads to Louisville market. 107 093 93 discounts They were bought at different prices. Loans-anJudd, both of Donansburg. The week of prayer closed at the ument after he died, and scatter flowA joung man named Morgan, a son Overdrafts, secured and unsecurW. E. Durham, of CampbeJlsville. last Friday ev- ers over his casket at the funeral. 1 709 30 Presbyterian church of the gentleman, who some time ago, ed bought fourteen extra fat steers from U. S. Bonds to secure circulation "The European war and its But his discovery was used by the civ25 000 00 ening. Suit Filed to Annul a Will. owned the farm, near Glen ville, known U. S. Bonds to secure U. S. DeW M. Wilmore at 6 cents. Contribution to Worldwide Missions" ilized world, enough to give a tremenas the Andrew Powell farm, was at posits was discussedat length by Rev. Fred dous impetus to the lengthening of Durham & Bennett bought 30 head Nell & McCandless store a few nights life. In A few days ago a suit case was filed of fat cows from J. H. Young at 4 to Other Bonds to Secure Postal It was a most humanof Jenner, fifty years after the ago and related the following: Savings ?2,000 2 000 00 erick A. Hamilton death the average length in the Green circuit court to annul the 5 cents. They will average from 1,100 Bonds, securities, etc, other than scholarly address, abounding in inforlie said that he had an uncle and Dr. stocks) 20 500 00 mation, delivered in a very forceful of human life reached. 33 years. will of the late R. F. Craddock. The to 1,200 pounds and in fine shape. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Sharp, who' Subscription to Stock of Federal Jenner escaped with his life, but the estate which is estimated to be worth manner. No one could have heard it live near Junction City, who are the 3 000 SeserveBank hiding, and the treatment that he rethousand dollars .was beparents of seventeen children, fifteen twenty-fiv- e 2 500 500 00 without appreciating the ability of Less amount unpaid Died at Jamestown. Eld. Tobias vHuffaker, ceived from his town people so Banking house, furniture, and the speaker sons and two daughters They are all queathed by Mr. Craddock to the that fixtures 2 000 00 Rev. J. S. Chandler and Judge H. C. wrought on his nervous system, Board of Education of the Methodist living, only one of the number mar3 355 17 Episcopal Church South, in behalf of Baker also made talks during the ev- his life was cut short quite a number Lewis Marcum, who was eighty-od- d Due from Federal Reserve Bank Mr. ried. There are no twins, and the Due from approved reserve Lindsey-Wilso- n ofjears. Dr. Jenner .was more fortTraining School years old, died at his home, in ening. agents in Central Reserve fifteen bojs were born before a girl the unate than quite a number of modern Mr. Craddock was a Jamestown, Sunday the 3rd inst. He 3 261 60 Cities was born. Seven of the children were at Columbia. sanitarians, who many of them died, very old man when he died, outlived had been a Mason for many years and Due from Approved Reserve The Supervisors of the tax books bom near Williamsburg, in Whitley Agents in other Reserve his wife and all his children. The was a member of Jamestown Lodge. for the year 1914, commenced work that thousands of their fellow men county, and the others in Boyle and ?20 699 90 20 901 50 Cities. .' Monday, the 4th inst., and have been might live. I will give accounts of Mercer counties. Mr. Sharp is fifty-tw- o suit is being prosecuted by J. G. Crad- He was buried by the fraternity on Due from Banks and Bankers dock, of Glasgow, and his sister, Mrs. Tuesday following, the interment be3S0 60 busy from the start, issuing notifica- these or at least some of them in subother than above years old and his wife a few years Lucy Wilson, of Greensburg, and oth ing In the town cemetery. He was a Outside Checks and other cash to come in and sequent articles. tions to younger. They are both in fine health. 4 51 Here is the maggot3 motto, and his items We take it that the Ed- kind old man and had so lived as to er relatives. show cause why they should not be Mr. Morgan says it is a sight to be Fractional currency. ucational Board will fight it to a fin- merit the respect of all who knew him. Checksonbanksinthesamecity 100 00 10151 raised from the amount given the as- song; "Let us eat, drink and be merry at his uncle's house at meal time. we're flies." ish. 12 14 sessor. He will be missed about Jamestown or town as reporting: bank.. . Over three hundred notifica- for Remember mosquitoes make wiggle- 653 00 tions have been sent, and last Monday Notes of other National Banks where he had been a familiar figure Judge Lynch Dead. 7 323 60 Specie for. many years. The Brass Band. the taking of proof commenced. The tails, and wiggletails make mosquinotes 1 600 00 S 923 60 board will complete its work next Fri- toes. Destroy then, the breeding Redemption fund with U. S. Notwithstanding that our Grady-vill- e places for the mosquitoes, by keeping day. Treasurer (not more than 5 A Surprise Dinner. correspondent reported the death A few weeks ago the Columbia Brass the water barrels covered, and all old per cent, on circulation) .... 1 250 00 n of this character, two Band was reorganized, and it has been The news from the infirmary, Louis- tin cans removed. 202 493 75 Total weeks ago, it was overlooked, and but making good music from the start, as The surprise dinner given in honor The highest form of service which ville, is very favorable concerning the LIABILITIES. few people in the county know of his the present members were connceted of Mr. J. R. Christie, on January 3, 25 000 00 condition of Miss Cary Rosenfield. the medical profession can perform Capital stock paid in departure. He came to Adair county with the old organization. Mr. Geo. was largely attended by friends and Surplus fund 25 000 00 The young lady is improving nicely for mankind, is the prevention of sickyears ago, claiming W. Lowe, who is a about twenty-fivn 2 731 77 musi- relatives, all bringing d bask- Undivided proits, and in due course of time will be able ness. to be a native Virginian. He was a cian, is the leader, and he is assisted ets that contained many good things Less current expenses, inIn Exodus VIII chapter, and 21 This will be very, 15 1 669 62 to return home. 1 062 terest and taxes paid painter and cabinet maker by occu- by Mr. Walter Sullivan, who is not a to eat. It being his fiftieth birthday verse we have a shoit account of the 00 25 gratifying information to Miss pation and he soon secured work, keep- tyro when it comes to playing instru- he was very agreeably surprised. His Circulating Notes hand and in 000 of either ancient or amount on greatest Less many friends. ing busy as long as he was able. He ments. The band is made up of some children were all present and presentTreasury for redemption modern times; "And Moses removed 1 400 00 23 000 00 claimed to have served in the Confed- of our best young men, and there is ed him with a nice rocking chair. fund or in transit Mr. Henry Hudson has sold his one-ha- lf the swarms of flies from Pharoah, and Due to Banks and Bankers fpther than erate army, and the impediment in nothing in the way of making the band 47 51 above interest in the grocery store, from his servants, and from his peohis speech, he said, was caused from a a success A good band is the life of Market Still Climbing. Individual deposits subject to known as Kelsay & Hudson, to his ple. There remained not one." gunshot wound he received while in a town and we are glad the organiza126 997 62 check partner, who will continue to run the Tight clothing and tight shoes, es161 00 127 153 (U battle. Several years ago he got word tion has been perfected, and we trust Postal Savings Deposits business at the same stand, near Ste- pecially in summer time, are for a Do you want a square deal? Bring that there was a considerable amount the boys will stay together-1202 495 75 few women only. All men and a few Total venson & Sandusky's Roller mill. us your tobacco and if you are not satof property due him in the old wise women will let such things seState op Kentucky, )vsa: isfied w4th your sales, you may take mimonrand he made a trip to Virginia Death of an Old Lady. County op Adair j Society of the Pres- verely alone. The Ladie's Aid your tobacco back home or we wilLf to investigate He reported that the of the above Don't forget that the fly which was I, E. H. you a place to prize your tobacco named bank, doHughes, Cashier, that the above byterian Church will meet witk Mrs. property was left him, but it was so solemnly swear Russell Thursday afternoon at 2 hatched last week will be a great Mrs. Harriet A. Morris, who was free. Our sales.to.day were the best statement is true to the be3t of my knowledge Jo entailed that he could not get it. ., o'clock. Every member of the society grandmother next week. x ." ight E. H. Hughes, Cashier years old, died at the home of we ha ve had this season. and belleL and sworn to before me this 11th is urged to be present as1 important kill r"or tllrtr . one-haSubscribed Disease germs . Jutj ilontgomery last Thursday Greensburg Loose Leaf House. day of Jan, 1915. business is to'be transacted! of the human race. Don't forget Lindsey- - Wilson, had the mis- night. She was a lady who had many er in the Walker Bryant" is easier to destroy disease rhar Clerk Adair County Court fortune to get one of her ankles slight- friends in the neighborhood, and she I desire to return my heartfelt Union Soocc and Poultry food, a germs as they come from the body of ly sprained one evening last week will be greatly missed. The funeral thanks to the many who bo kindly Ookrbct Attest: 25c package for 29cts. 50cts package; the sick, than, it is to. destroy them Henry N.Mlller, Director. while playing basket ball. The acci- - services were conducted by Rev. O. P waited upon my, husband during his jm ,v Neat & Murray ' ' " 40. V.c : Montgomery, Birector. ' Ja3. P. , ..... i.er read Bush, at the home .Friday, quite a illness, ending in death, icaf ' Braxton Massie, Director. . . the neighborhood. ; number being present. -- . r H ra.liuU Sinclair. . ing. 20 000 00 22 000 00 Notice. 1 shall not undertake to tell anything about the origin of disease, far I Doing Business at Town of Colum- do not know. I know that according bia, County of Adair, State of to the records there was no sickness before the flood. Men lived to be Kentucky, on the nearly one thousand years old, and At the Close of Business died without being sick, and without 31st Day of Dec. .1914. the help of a doctor. The first death RESOURCES. we have any account of, was Abel, the Loans and Discounts 174 453 74 second son of Adam and Eve. He was Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured 2 194 03 Stock. Bonds and other Securities 2 167 85 murdered by his brother Cain, the Due from Banks 19 112 62 first born, and when God was asking 12 462 32 Cain as to the Cash on hand whereabouts of his Checks and other cash brother, he said he did not know, and 490 05 items asked God the important question: Banking house. Furniture and , fixtures...: 2000 00 "Am I my brother's keeper?" This Total. 212 888 66" BANK OF COLUMBIA ll-2- I un-to- ok 10-2-t. to-da- y V-- REPORT tax-paye-rs Legal-tend- er well-know- e well-know- well-fille- Ros-enfield- 's fly-kill- er ur-ni- sh sixty-e- " lf -- it w- v. .- -- !- -. --- - 1 10-2- t. rr :.v -- j -- L- L -- . I X j.s "" fc- CJ: . r i- - - 1.1 ix 'V ..-- - weS"St, ' THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS SI 7 I MkMBII NOTABLES IN Geography Game. mum ROUNDING UP A MEAN RASCAL Girl W. T. IN THE WORLD SPORT OF OTTLEY W AITOnNEV-AT-tA- Daily ... THE LIMELIGHT COLUMBIA, KENTUCKY" Will Practice in This is an amusing pastime. A leader is chosen, and all the other players are given pencil and paper. Then the Vice Admiral Sir Frederick game begins. The object is to see who Sturdee, British Navy. can think of the most geographical names beginning with a given letter In a certain time. The leader announces the letter to be used. For instance, he says "A," whereupon all the players begin to write as fast as possible geographical names beginning with "A." At the end of two minutes, or whatever time has been decided upon as the time limit the leader calls "time," and the players must all stop writing. Then the leader passes on to another initial, which he announces in the same manner, calling the time limit on this letter as he did for the first one. It is not a good plan to name letters In alphabetical order, as this gives the players some advantage. Instead, the leader should jump from place to place in the alphabet and thus confuse the y players and throw them off the it is enough to take ten or fifteen letters before ending the game. It should be announced at the beginning that there must be no going back on the list, but when time is called on a letter it is finished with, and the player must not add any mpre names to the list which he has written under it At the close of the game a prize may be given to the player who has written the most names. Vice Admiral Sir Frederick Charles Boveton Sturdee, commander In chief Forming Habits. af the British squadron which sank What boy or girl has not "habits" of near the Falkland isthe German fleet lands, Is considered one of the ablest various kinds? Here is a very good officers In the royal British navy. Un- definition of the word. It is, "Habit is that grows stronger every til a few years ago he was assistant a chain Bad habits seem to grow day." director of the important naval intelli- stronger more rapidly than good ones. gence department of the admiralty at Therefore if you want to have good Whitehall, London. habits when you are old form them Vice Admiral Sturdee was born on while you are young and let them be June 9, 1839. He entered the navy in growing strong all the while you live. 1S71. and his first important war servHave you ever heard your friends say, ice was in the famous Egyptian cam- "I have grown so in the habit of sleeppaign of 1SS2. as a result of which he ing late tliat I have to rush to school vears the Egyptian medal, with the every day to prevent myself coming Alexandria clasp, for his services in late?" It is just as easy to grow into the British bombardment of Alexan- the habit of waking up at half past 6 dria, and for the same service he wears as at half past 7. A little will power the khedive's big star. After his re- will do the work. When you retire at turn to England from that campaign night say to yourself. "Tomorrow I in 1SS9 he was married to Miss Marion went to get up at G:C0." In all probaAdela Andrews. bility you will be your own alarm clock In 1893 Admiral Sturdee was detail- and will wake up on the minute. With ed as assistant to the director of naval a little practice you will get in the ordnance, and in 1S99 he was promot- habit of being early and punctual. ed to be a captain. In the same year he commanded the British force which A Disgusted Dog. landed in Samoa, and his service in The Brooklyn Eagle tells the story of the Samoan campaign won him another decoration. Ilis rise to commander a dog that was very much attached to of the second cruiser squadron, to the baby of the house. They had great which post he was appointed in 1912. comfort in each other's society except was rapid and was marked by service when the baby's bath was going on. During this proceeding the baby cried Tvhich brought forth favorable comment on the part of his superiors on and screamed and the dog. out of symseveral occasions and twice won him pathy, crouched in the corner and the gold medal of the Royal United moaned. Presently the dog devised a Service institution. He mis appoiuud scheme to better things, and when the rear admiral in command of the first baby was howling, as usual, the dog battle squadron in 1910 and in 1912 appeared with a rattle and shook it was promoted vice admiral and ap- and his head jis wgll with all his might Baby'stopped crying in sheer pointed to the post he now holds. He is a member of the United Serv- astonishment for a minute, but began ice club of London, and his home is at again with extra vigor, and the dog Dalkeith Cottage, intes Green, Eng- dropred the rattle, disgusted. After that he managed to be out of the house land. ,, When it was time for the daily bath. Ncted Austrian Leader. Campfire Girls. Among the best known and success-They are Jiot really Indians, of iul of the leaders ot Austrian troops In the present war is General Viktor course, even though they can cook over Dank!, who has been engaged against a campfire without getting smoke in the czar's soldiers in Galicia. At one their eyes, and wear tawny clothes and time it was reported that General beaded head dresses. if you were to Dankl'had serious differences with the meet a band of them in the woods you German generals in the eastern theater wouldn't need to tremble for your of war. but that has been denied from scalp, for it would be a 10 to 1 shot Berlin. that the small woodland maids were When the war began General Dank! campfire girls, and campfire girls are was commander of defense in the every bit as helpful and desirable Austrian Tyrol and ot the province of young persons as boy scouts. Indeed, Torarlberg and commanding general of they are the small sisters of the boy the Fourteenth army corps at Inns-truc- scouts. They know all sorts of lore At the outbreak of hostilities about outdoors, and they have learned to love it. "Hikes" are a regular part t of campfire work, a work that Is as interesting and beguiling as good play. track-Usuall" k. all'the Courts In Rollin Hurt's Offic Saves Her Lover From Plot of a Villain. Eddie Coliins. Who Goes to Chicago White Sox. Office: Courier - Journal The prisoner was a young man baretwenty-twHis appearance was that of one who had been reared under refining influences, and he seemed broken down under a situation that might not have troubled the sensitiveness of a common criminal. The case was opened by the prosecuting attorney, who said: "We propose to show, your honor, that the prisoner is the only person who could have taken the money, that he spent a part of it, and the rest was found on his person. Call Thomas Judd." A middle aged man whose counte nance and bearing did not accord with the respectability of his clothes took the stand and, after stating that he was a merchant and the employer of the prisoner, Edward Wright, gave evi dence that on a certain day he had sent his clerk to the office of Charles Berkeley with a note and that Wright had returned saying that he had found no one in Berkeley's office, but had left the note. Charles Berkeley was called and testified that on the day Wright had been at his office he had gone out for half an hour, leaving Inadvertently $300 on his desk in an envelope. On his return he had found .Tudd's note on his desk and the money gone. He inquired of Judd by whom he had sent the note, and the answer given was Edward Wright Berkeley, having the numbers of the bills, gave them to the police. A detective testified that he had found one of the bills in a jeweler's store. He at once arrested Wright, and the rest of them had been found on his ly o. J. B. Stone J. H. Stone $6.00 a Year Sunday Stone J & Stone, Attoncy-At-La- w Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : -- c -- . . - . .?' ' . ' Jamstown, Kentucky Courier - Journal coffins, caskets, and robes. ??. V-- '' '"', r V keep on hands a full stock of I also keep Metallic Caskets, and Steel Eoxes and two hearses. Prompt service nfght or day Residence Phone 29, office houe 9S. 45-- 1 yr J. F. Triptett, Ad, Columbia. Ky. I $2.00 a Year Best Natioual News Photo by American Press Association. Edward Trowbridge Collins, who was recently sold by Connie Mack to the Chicago White Sox for the largest sum ever received for a baseball player, is acknowledged to be among the greatest diamond stars of all times. Collins has signed a long term contract with Charles A. Comiskey and will play secperson. ond base and captain the White Sox. The case against the prisoner was The sum paid for his release is said to perfectly clear, and the prosecution re- be $o0,000. frained from burdening the jury with Born in Millerton. N. Y.. May 2, any more evidence. 1SS7. Collins entered Columbia college "Call Agnes Gregory." A girl of eighteen elbowed her way in 1903 and at once made the varsity through the crowd and took the wit- team, playing second base. At the ness stand. opening of the college season of 1907 "Do you know the prisoner?" he was declared ineligible, and he "Yes." played on independent teams in New "He is your betrothed?" England. While there Manager Mack "He is." secured his signature to a contract and "State what occurred between you he joined the Athletics. During the and the prisoner the evening the theft next two years he was tried in both inwas committed." field and outfield and in the spring of "He came to me in very high spirits 1910 found his right position at second aud told me that he had had an inter- base. Collins is of the type of the view with his employer. Mr. Judd. to quick thinking, brainy player, constantwhom he confessed that he wished to ly outguessing the opposition, whether marry, but was unable to do so on ac- at bat or in the field. His wonderful count of the meagerness of his salary. hitting, grand fielding and sensational Mr. Judd made him a present of $300 base running were big factors in the and promised that on the day of his Athletics winning the world's cham' wedding his salary would be doubled pionships of 1910, 1911 and 1913. Col"Do you know Thomas Judd?" lins is a man of family, owning a hand"Yes. I have known him since 1 was some home at Lansdowne, Pa. a little girl. He came to my father a poor boy and was given a position in St. Louis James Wins. his store. When my father died Mr ; The American and National league Judd took the management of the busi- all stars played thirty-fiv- e games on HLza. the ownership of which had passed into h s hands. When 1 was tour-tee- their western invasion, and of this he aid to me one day that he number the American leaguers won wished t'iat the daughter of the man seventeen and the Nationals finished who had befriended him should have ahead in sixteen, while two bouts were her prop . interest in the business, and draws. Bill James of the St Louis Browns the only way to bring this about would be for me, when I grew older, to mar- was the leading pitcher of the trip ry him. I promised to do so." through the west This is the niot "Has he ever claimed the fulfillment surprising feature of the journey, conof the promise?" sidering that the clubs carried Grover "No. Since 1 have been old enough Cleveland Alexander, possiblv the besr to think of marriage I have been en- 'pitcher in the country: Bill Jame.s. hero gaged to Edward Wright" of the recent The prisoner's counsel then called world's series, and a few other stars. Charles Berkeley, to whom he showed But by winning eight and losing three an envelope with his business imprint games James of St Louis heads the upon it and Berkeley identified it as twirling division of the tourists. the one which had contained the stolen The tour has been a huge success ills. The attorney next called Thomfrom every standpoint The fans reas Judd and asked: ceived their money's worth, and in re"Did you ever see this envelope be- turn the athletes were well paid for fore?" their efforts. j ii Boston-Philndolphin 1 QUEER LEGACIES TO MAN. " " State News Local News Such as the Furrow In the Upper Lip and the Appendix. Run your forefinger around the rim of each ear. You are almost sure to find in one of them and quite possibly in both a tiny hard lump. It is only a relic of the days when, Innumerable hundreds of centuries ago, man was only one of the animals of thewild nndjiad a pointed ear, like a -woIFs or dog's. "-- -. . What good Is the little furrow that runs down from the nose to the middle of the upper lip? None. But it too, has a history. It is a legacy from the time when the human upper lip was in two parts a hare lip, like that of tho rat tribe. The split has healed up long ago, but the new skin is so recent in the history of the race that hail refuses to grow on that furrow. When a fly settles on you anywhere can you serenely twitch that patch of skin and shake him off? Probably not But once these old skin muscles, now almost dead after centuries of clothes wearing, were as active as those of a horse. A few a very few people can twitch their ears like a dog and do so Instinctively when startled, and cases do occasionally occur in which the scalp can be moved at will. In one very interesting case mentioned in medical books the man could hurl books a couple of yards away simply by twitching the muscles on the top of his head; but, generally speaking, our skin muscles are even more dead nowadays than our ear muscles. We've neglected them. The only set still in use are those we employ when we want to raise our. eyebrow's. The appendix is another thing wo could do quite well without It Is a relic from old vegetarian days. It has Deen workless ever since mankind started meat eating and is apt to get in tho '- Market Reports " " 44 Foreign News Political News of Everything " for Everybody Are you interested in what is jaking place day foe world ? Dy day all over If you are you NEED L. THE COURIER-JOURNA- If there is an agent in your town giye him a trial order one month Daily 50 cents, with day 75 2ents. Sun- - way. If there is no agent in your "No." The large intestine, too, is a thing we reaKy don't need nowadays. The many coils of this long tube are, according to the doctors, quite unnecessary, now mankind has become a flesh eating animal, and merely provide a Surgeons resting place for germs. have often cut out a few odd coils and stitched the ends together. We don't really need to carry a great intestine about with us. Another thing we don't need much nowadays is the instinct to walk on hands and feet together. You .think walking upright tho only natural way for man? It isn't. If ever you have to make your way alonsr some narrow plank or some narrow, dizzy mountain ledge, you will find the old instinct strong in you. Philadelphia North American. Bad Cold Quickly Broken Up. Mrs. Martha Wilcox, Gowauda, S". Y., writes: "I first used Chamber- Sown give order toithe paper in ap- which this advertisement pears (you may get a special club-bin- g rate,) or sand the order rect to the Courier-Journa- l. di- etf i' Sfis-- .' . JAn.. v. Trr""!. !..&. $& vr-- i " I 7 &w; i5' -- v' 1 a MBK I af - . I'---" s&&M ""T?5?i4? Ai ,C&.iZ OS SirtiyS The QutcKer Bird. Among the smaller birds of prey is one called the butcher bird, which is with us all year except in the summer, when it goes farther north to build a nest and raie a family. It lays four or five light colored eggs with brown spots on one end. Its nest is built of moss. leave, grass, roots and feathers and is placed in the fork of a tree. This bird is not much bigger than a robin, but it is so fierce that it is as "Ever touch it?" "If I have never seen it how could I swear that I had touched it?" A titter ran through the courtroom at the attorney's expense The lawyer tailed grimly and, dismissing the wit- I ss, called Leonard Markham. "Mr. Markham. have you ever seen I May Shorten Rowing Course. Cornell professors favoring the shortening of the varsity course at the Poughkeepsie regatta from four to three miles have directed the committee on student affairs to give the mat- WEEKLY COUIER--J 0;U R - ter serious consideration and take it NAL has been discontinued, but FARM AND FAMILY, a most excellent illustrated monthly ihi envelope?" "Yes." "State how you came to see it" "I am a microscopist Miss Gregory ex1,1 ought it to me for microscopical B8V Wmm:- : ,'I8 'i :cls j&v ' i dangerous as a hawk. It is called the butcher bird because it hangs its prey on thorns or sticks, just as a butcher hangs meat on hooks. It does this so it can eat its prey conveniently. The Boy Scouts. amination." "When you examined It what did you discover?" up with the officers of the Intercollegiate Rowing association. The question of a shorter varsity course was taken up at the last meeting of the faculty, and it developed that many of the members favored a three mile course. Coach Charles E. Courtney has favored a three mile course for KIEttVtXK - X ,H -- VV" GESEBAIj VIKTOB DASKL. he was sent to the eastern frontier and given command of the central army of He was educated at the defense. Royal Cadet school at Hainburg and is regarded as one of the most efficient officers in the service of Emperor Fran-ciJoseph. In his operations against fim "RnKslnnc! Im has nroved a skilled A. j ELTULeglat s j army in tho the early part of the war when it was nearly overwhelmed by the Russian Tictorles iff Galicia. General Dankl is hereditary colonel and honorary "own-tr- " regiment of of the Fifty-thirAgra m. which at present is command-- ! ed by Colonel Schirraer and has distin-- i guisned itself in the Galician campaign Austro-Hungaria- n d UUU .j ! IS IJICAI tlClAIl t..i. N1t4- - A. IW cn? g on.-in- I The idea underlying the boy scout movement is not military; it is that of character building and to teach boys to do things for themselves. 'In view of the growth of the movement it is strange that some misconceptions still exist about it Its purpose is not to " train soldiers, but to train citizens. 'jee-'ioof the prisoner's coun-i.Tlv The boys learn woodcraft and camp-crah.i.l Iwn brief and the answers to but above all they are taught their duties to others, especially the the p.iint Within a few minutes the from a prospect of had duty of service, and they are trained to conviction to a certainperform this duty on their own initiative and to know how to perform ew ty of hN acquittal and the conviction of Th hi is Judd. Every one In the York Times. mm;! mn looked from one of the s ! tht" other. Umbrellas. Ti: i' as Judd was tried and convict- People on a rainy day d oi perjury. ja:d his disgrace resulted Look like mushrooms, strange to say, And their round umbrella tops in an examination or. the affairs of the Gleam between the falling drops. '(iucern he was supposed to own. This gave the business to Its Little mushrooms grrow In clumps rightful owner, Agnes Gregory. Hound the feet of mossy stumps; ' Large ones wander up and down her husband, 13 now its Through the streets of Rainy Town. manager. ex-ami- "Thumb marks of several persons, among them those of Thomas Judd." Therewas a, sensation among those present, and Mr. Judd turned pale. As scon as attention was restored the attorney said: "I asked Miss Gregory if she had any paper that had been handled by Mr. Judd, and she produced a note he had written her. The thumb marks on the note are identical with those on the envelope she had brought me to be I ns many years. el Billy Lee Fooled "Em. One of the recruits of the Washington camp last spring was a little outfielder named Billy Lee. He was a mere boy, and, while he showed a lot of ability, he was so green a hand that after Griffith had tried for several weeks to place him with some minor league club and failed he decided to give the boy his unconditional release. Now Griffith may have to pay out good money to get him back. 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In Vancouver Hoppe had a high run of 378, which, t Now. Business Pho e 1ZIP it-N- lov-sr- JilchnlM. like his run of G22 in a friendly match in Paris, will not appear on the records, Inasmuch as It was not made In a championship game. His official world's record is 367. A Cold is readily catching. A run- DR. down system is susceptible to Germs. You owe it to yourself and others of DENTIST your household to fight the Germs at once. Dr. Bell's is Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTdg fine for Colds and Coughs. It loosens upjrkairs. the Mucous, stops the Cough and soothes the Lungs. It's guaranteed. Columbia, Kentucky Only22c at Paull Drag Go. Ad J. N. MURRELL Pine-Tar-Hon- ey - 4 r ?r i & ., r!P'm Ji-- fjV , M"irt "ST. i'Kffii' -- t flO , .- - fumatin " f ., i A u 3 - -- . V THE Ai)AIR COUlTC .( NEWS 'J - ..'.'"'' 'U..V-w- .' 0. 6. IAUWIC1. Pres. J. I.:C0CKE, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sk HELPFUL HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES Smoke Consumers For the Kitchen Range. POPULAR MECHANICS The Largest Chain Drive. The largest chain drive in existence, three times greater in size than any previously built, is to be found at the Ox How power plant, on Snake river, Copperfield. Ore. The plant consists of a 3.C00 kilowatt generator operated by two water wheel units, each consisting of two pairs of water wheels of th forty-eight W.T.Pyne r Mill 4 Supply Co. 1861 ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 1889 IwmiiWSiGHTS 1301 N. g macHiNiSTS N DEALERS-I- ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 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The open end of the pipe is screwed into a hole in the front of the range, admitting fresh air. When the tire is started the heated gases play upon the pipe, setting up a draft Pure air Is drawn iu. becomes superheated and escapes at high temperature through the perforations, when the oxygen combines with the carbon monoxide and fine coal dust, causing complete combustion and raising the temperature of the oven materially. In a seven hour test the amount of coal saved was 14 per cent, while the tem- perature within the oven was S2 degrees higher than without the device. Household Hints. To prevent glass dishes from cracking when pouring in a hot mixture place the dish on a hot cloth. A few drops of ammonia in the dish water will brighten the glass and silver. Suet may be kept fresh by chopping roughly and sprinkling it with a little tam-o'-shant- er ating under a twenty-on- e foot head. The speed of the water wheels is 147 revolutions per minute, and each water wheel unit is connected to the generator by four Morse chains, each twenty-on- e inches wide, the sprockets on the line shafting having a two inch pitch and the shaft centers being ten feet apart Scientific American. Automobile Hints. The lock nut on the valve stem should be screwed down tight against the felloe. If not well seated it will tend to come off with the over all cap. and trouble will follow in separating them. A Koft leather washer placed between two iron washers will oftez serve to stop the rattle of fenders and brace rods. The reason that one car will outlast another of the same make is due to tha fact that one man will give wearing surfaces constant watchful care, while another will only renew the lubricating material when the parts get drr and cry out for oil. Automobile Dealer. Device For Saving Lumber. sou By WOODSON GREENSBURG, LEWIS KENTUCKY. .'raSKt-BEWKKS- EEEsysicscra: - SZi.f . tf8S-.- feS&i&,iTrK!r the whole world gone stark mad over a very foolish and trivial Are swords rattling, cannon rumbling, mailed armour plistcnir - ' because Russia winted to show her love for the little brother Scrvia ? T-T- AS (ji!cfi-n- ? FREE ftfe--v FREE granulated sugar. To prevent a that nab to be washed from shrinking dry it over a dinner plate. To restore faded silks to their natural color immerse them in soapsuds to which a little pearl ash has been added Cream Toast. Toast six slices of bread till crisp and brown, dip in hot. salted water place in dish and pour over the follow ing gravy: One pint of milk, let come to scalding point; then stir in a . irge tablespoonful of flour mired with a little cold water Stir till thick, and add butter size of an egg. When making cream toast, for each cupful of milk allow a level tablespoonful of butter and two level tablespoonfnls of flour (bread flour); melt butter, stir in the flour and add a cupful of milk grad ually. stirring all the time. Add a little sa.lt and strain the dip over bread. Tearing down scaffolding and stagings with ordinary tools usually result in considerable damage to the planking, even when the utmost care is used, and to overcome this a new and ingenious tool has been invented, says Fopular Mechanics In using the device is hooked over the plank with the legs bearing against the post as shown. The lever is then pulled downward, and this results in pulling the plank away from the post with little or n danger of breakage. The device consists of two parts, one sliding withia the other. 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The next washing will remove the To Remove Iron Rust. can. .Mesquite is a wood I indestructible, very hard, tough and In the southwest for many dense years It has been used for the slils or. adobe houses. It makes an excellent material for street paving. Welding Brass. A good flux to employ that is almost , to this office. If you are already a riri uii will be extended for a year from if and Printed. A.Iso A.dair Oouncv New-:- . Columbia, iKenticky. i Elvvood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLER BROS. CO. Incorporated 112-11- 3 de Equals 25 Write fora trial pacJcaje ol Bee Dee STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE, also our 32 pace, illustrated tnok, fully explaining its u?.:s. Address : Bee Dee Stock Medicine Company, Chattanooga, Tenru Cream of tartar is said to be excellent for removing iron rust spots. Use a tablespoonful of cream of tartar to two quarts of water and boil the article in the solution. This is said to have stains when lemon and salt and annealed. even oxalic acid had failed to do so. wrigbt Molasses Candy. Two cupfuls molasses, one cupful white sugar, butter half the size of an egg, two teaspoonfuls vinegar. Boll until candy hardens in cold water. When cool pull until white, twist and cut into small pieces with shears. when welding consists of a mixture of sodium brass chloride, b'orax and boracic acid. Hammering of brass after welding considerably improves the metal. It should be done cold on brass with a high percentage of copper and hot on brass with o low percentage of copper. After, cold hammering the brass should be Blacksmith and Wheeh t ., 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 stock or poultry tonic pounds of any ready-ma(price 25 cents). There you arel If you don't believe it, try it out ! Buy, today, a can of ' New United States DrydoeW The Union Iron works. San Francisco, is under contract with the ntvy department to build a drydock lwii feet long by 110 feet wide with 40 fee; depth over the sill, which Is to be '! ? by United States naval vessels In the Pacific. 6 Caa! Matket Stree? Between Pirst and Brook Tpp Dnn 1S D ' '. LouisviJIe. Ky. , .- STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE 25c, 50c and $1. pa caa. fate tMic Hilcca it refdt OufM hU At your dealer. BA bHi-iqa- " Nut and Celery Salad. Mix equal parts of English walnuts Keep Dust Out of Spark Plug Hole. or pecan meats cut in pieces and celWhen the spark ping is removed s ery cut in small pieces. Marinade with cork should be put in the spark" ptagr French dressing. Serve with border bole to keep out dirt and grit nntM oC 'shredded lettuce. . ready to replace the flog. - li v t ,,i,,;,'e -i- iV I-- '- '5 1 I I. f j T Aft? r ois 'jjok f.i iv. jlS 11 " AC ' it . '6 r r 1 y. .7? 't - 'sj THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . J! J uffecedrsharply just afte? ouk was over we war uugs ui .ouruye which is now nearing completion. TIE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS break of war, now near normal had thrown the whole financial The odds are strongly in favor of and expanding at a gratifying condition of the world into a increasing prosperity, and a genNUished Every Wednesday Russell state of turmoil and although the eral betterment of conditions as rate. . - BY TIE "" Fewer dividend reductibnslast drouth was broken in time to regards the market. i Adair County News Company. RUNNING FULL TIME. nearly offset by save many crops ana to attora Academy week and losses incorporated.) excellent fall pastures money Every coal mine in Pike coun- increases and resumptions. A real Baptist School. Solicits the Southern mills are laying in matters were in such shape that ty is running full time, and all VHAS-S- . EDITOR. HARRIS patronage of all students who ap- the average farmer accustomed are being hustled to keep up large supplies of raw cotton. Dtmocratic newspaper devoted to the lnpreciate moral and religious train- James B. Duke optimistic over to feed one tolfive loads of cattle, with their orders. The big mines ty ot the City of Columbia and tbe people Adair and adjacent counties. ing. All grades; strong High School general outlook for tobacco trade. or graze them during the fall, at Little that recently changed enough ready from a pick to a machine mine is X could not obtain and Normal Course. Special atten- - Jf as fctwed at tbe Columbia pay his railroad fare to adding new men as quickly as tion to backward students. Second class mall matter. SETBACKS FELT. cash to andfreturn, much less room can be made for them. Subscription price f LOO per year. term begins January 4. Boarding $ market TAKING BACK WORKERS. buy feeding stock. . So the numHall convenient. Terms very rea- WED. JAN. 11, 1915 of cattle to go on feed in The officials of the local plant sonable. Address or call on Big Decrease in Livestock Bus- ber Kentucky this past fall was far of the International Harvester iness During 1914. Q. engaging Company If this county fails to levy for below normal. the building of good roads, it again the employes who have THIRD SETBACK. Campbellsville, Ky. BRIGHTER. SEEMS pays about $1,500 to build good OUTLOOK been idle for many months. The The third and last of the triple roads in some other county. If entente or triple alliance of arch company employs about 2,500 it makes a little levy, it can only WILLIAM A. BURNETT IN COURIER enemies to the livestock interests persons here under normal condraw a little money, and only of the country was the outbreak ditions. Officials said JOURNAL. build a little road, probably not of the foot and mouth disease. they expected to have the plant enough to prove the great worth running at full capacity within a analysis of the live At a conservative estimate durLevy to the limit A careful FARMERS and shippers of TOBACCO of State aid. November and few weeks. stock businesses regards the en- ing the months of and build tc the limit, and the Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Established country for the year 1914 December $200,000 to $300,000 battle over chronic grumblers tire Mutual Reports. way Connecticut finds its PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE shows the steady decrease of worth of livestock will be won. every weehr. Keai INDEPENDENT food animals. A falling off can to market We conduct a "Strictly Independent" TobaccoJWarehouse home. This Hartford, Conn., Jan., 5, 1914. Several car loads of hogs were be noted in receipts at practical- cash is sent back Commission Business and are not connected directly or indiready cash was To . the Company's General rectly with any other warehouse or warehouse company, and Bhipped from this county, last ly every live stock center. It natural influx of give personal attention to the sale of all tobacco intrusted eliminated by reason of the Fed- Agents: week, for the Louisville market, has been a year of marked uncer to our care. was We are closing one of the best the first for nearly three months. tainties, frequent and sharp eral quarantine, which BRIDGES & COMPANY, Incorporated, Proprietors udoh the State November years in our history mciuaing The movement, of stock from fluctuation in prices. LOUISVILLE, KY. Correspondence Solicited a month gain in paid for business over From a market point of view 11, and forjmore than this section will give considerwere half million. Gain in insurance able relief in money matters, and the most salient feature of the things in livestock circles besides will givellencouragemenfc year1914 was the big falling off at a standstill. The weather in force ten million, splendid reagainst the sults on all lines. We are thankto those who are feeding, With- in receipts., Chicago, the largest conditions had been in a few days cattle will begin to market in the world, shows a marketingjof tobacco, and there ful for them and the men who was little demand at that time have shared with us in this notmove out, and in a short while failing off ofI275,000 cattle, even had weather able record. A yery happy New we hope business will be lively. calves, 952,000 hogs and 525,-00- 0 for tobacco so Year to every man who served sheep leading the decrease conditions been propitious, Indications throughout the country point to a revival of business, bv twentv leneths when the to- - practically every source of rev- this good Company and rjoices in the new opportunities in nineand in another column of this pa- tal number of head be consider- enue waslshut down just at the good 15 15, 1915, per may bejfound unerring ev- ed. Kansas City shows a de- one season of the year when it teen fifteen. Make the could have news known to the entire field. idence of activity. This country crease in cattle receipts of more hurt worse than it John M. Taylor, Men and Boy's Clothing at a heavy discount. Men's Ladies has suffered severely from de- than 300,000 head for the year. possibly hurt at any other season, President. the time when it was necessary and Children's Shoes, 10 per cent discount. See my line of Men's pression due'jf rom the European Thess enormous shortages show J. E. Murrell is the local agent Shirst. Underwear and Outings, 15 per cent, discount. Union the farmer have cash. Pawar, but g unmistakable signs there is something radically that company. Stock Food, 20 and 40 cent packages. A ticket with each package point to better times in the near wrong. The livestock industry per in banks was due, taxes were for this bills were due merchants, of stock food which entitles the holder to a chance for a set of nice future. Get busyj&land move to the farmer, who is the real due, Gradyville. hogs were sold and dishes. The one who gets the most tickets will be entitled to the producer, if properly handled, is cattle and with the tide. past due, yet the money dishes. I pay 50c. per bushel for shelled corn. a remunerative vocation. It is due, and importance ofgood roads one of the'industries of rural life could not be obtained, although The Plenty of mud and water this D. M. dol- week. disputedlcbyl any man in is not that does not call for the same the farmer had thousands of this county atithis season of the amount of manuel labor, or real lars' worth of tangible assets on Ed Moss, of Petersburg, 111., year andthe people generally hard work, that many other his farm and was willing, yes is visiting his relatives here this Mr, Frank' Dohoney and son, the pulpit at Union Church last of 'Milltown, bought quite a lot Sunday with a very adle disare very desirous of building lines demand, and with current anxious, to make the exchange. week. hogs here last week at 6 course. We trust that in the them, but when the sunshine prices the raising and fattening The foot and mouth epidemic Miss Jennie McFarland, of Co- of fat near future we will have our reggets in its work during the warm of livestock ought to yield satis- has been a rough proposition, lumbia, spent a day or so of last cents. part of the year and the roads factory returns. but Kentucky, in that respect, week with Miss Ora Moss. Our farmers are not through ular services, as we we have had get firm, no more do we hear the has fared better than other ingathering corn. We are glad to for the past half century at old BIG DECREASE HERE. Messrs. Coomer & Gowen, of on urgent cry for building and reis quite a lot of corn Union with a good preacher. The receipts in the local mar- fected States. Prompt action Sparksville, have begun sawing note there pairing the groads. Under the ket at the Bourbon Stockyards the part of the chairman of the section. Mr. D. C. Wheeltheir large set of logs near this in this county ought fteatsburg. Livestock Sanitary State road law this er made over 300 barrels, also 4 Kentucky for 1914 were 124,815 cattle, place. embargo to build eight or ten miles of maMr. Thos. Dowell and several calves, 512,016 hogs and 441,-61- 5 Board in placing an Mr. Sam Mitchell, of Columbia cadam road thisiyear. This can The farmers of this community sheep and lambs, and com upon all inbound shipments of was mixing with our people one others we could mention. We be done if the fiscal court will pared with the receipts for 1913, animals or other articles that are certainly all right for hoe are just finishing gathering corn day last week. make a 25j:cent levy and the show a decrease of 67,686 cattle, might carry infection, which was and they report more corn being cake for the next 12 months. one day property owners directly inter- 11,664 calves, 198,600 hogs and taken November 2, several days W. L. Fletcher spent Mr. Willie Bradshaw, of Wash- gathered than has been for a busiested in the roadito be built will 25,442 sheep and lambs. The re- before the Federal quarantine last week in Columbia on ington Co., came down to visit number of years. supplement the fund. A levy to ceipts for the year were better went into effect, undoubtedly ness. Mr. G. W. Bailey and family, his father, Mr. Arthur Bradshaw ahealthy rivalry W. P. Flowers Mrs. the limit and a and family a few days and was of Taylor Co., visited relatives than an average for ten years, saved the State hundreds of Mr. and ought property on for the first improvement taken sick,, threatened with fev at this place last week. yet the decrease is startling thousands of dollars. Had this have moved to their ento raise $12,000, which would Mr. Clint Greer and wife viser. We are glad to note that he enough to arouse the livestock embargo not been placed many Water street. able us to getc$12,000 from the producers in the territory trib shipments from infected and exStrong Hill spent a day or so is better and on the road to re- ited Mr. Will Rigney and family, of Garlin, last Saturday night State road fund. $24,000 spent utary to this market to a point of posed centers would have bean in Green county last week look- covery. and Sunday. on any one road in this county realizing that their business is, rushed into this State, as there ing after his affairs in that secof Bowling Mr. McAdam, Mr. Owen Beard and wife and will convince the most skeptical. retrograding, rather than on the was a fair call for feeding and tion. n St. Louis Miss Florence Rubarts, of EuGreen, the stocker animals at that time. Mr. Eubank, of Roachville, shoe man made our town last nice, visited Mr. and Mrs. I. C. increase. SIGNS OF GOOD TIMES. The lasting drouth of the early State and Federal authorities spent a day or so in our town week and reports his business Breeding last week, Kentucky Wagon Works lands summer was far reaching in this have worked in close conjunction last week prospecting. Mr. I. C. Breeding has the finfine. 8,000 wagons for and adjoining States, all hopes and their work has been effect est bunch of fat cattle in this contract for Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Baker and Miss Ora Moss is spending a part of e countv. ive. To count the cost in dollars children spent several days of French Government. early seeding were shattered, of few days in Columbia this week IE any body wishes to read a L. & N. Railroad places order the horroscope showed a repeti- and cents to the State, up to the last week in the Petis Fork com with her many friends. good paper subscribe for the less for 38,000 tons of steel rails. tion of the year before when present time, it has been munity visiting their relatives. Mr Chas. Diddle will open a A.dair County News. Harbison & Gathright 'takes most of the Kentucky farmers than $40,000, far smaller than in spent a day rankonftnh'nn coVinnl hprp. next Mr. G. T. Flowers order for $200,000 worth of har were obliged to buy in the mar- other infected States except two, or so in Columbia last week. Monday. He has puj,ljfe ness equipment from the English kets sufficient grain and other where the infection was confined guca niiu- Rodgers & Kose, 01 scnooi maae uy. Messrs. n Government. feeds necessarv to carry their to one councy in each State. Keltner, spent a day or so in this out saying he is one of Genera Biacksmithing Strong upward tendency in stock throucrh the w'inter, and With the splendid work on the last week, looking after the best teachers of the County. Buggy, Carriage and Wagon New York stock market with lar- with such an outlook before the part of State and Federal au- section Repairing neatly Mr. J. M. Durham the well done. All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Specia. number of issues traded in. farmers, they rushed to market thorities, Kentucky will soon tobacco. ger Mr. and Mrs Arvest Hill re- known stock man of Campbells- attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and Big increase in local live stock all stock ready for market, as "come clean" and livestock conturned from a week or so visit ville, spent several days of last receipts. satisfaction Guaranteed. well as all stock for which they ditions again will be normal. has the geographical on Cumberland river last week. week in this community, conLouisville Sale of 3,000,000 bushels of felt a buyer could be found, and Shop on Depot St. near L. & Jf. Depot Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curry tracting hogs for future delivery, wheat for export. average number of head of location, the railroad facilities, the PHONE NO.: 73 bought 8 Twenty factories in Illinois stock on the average Kentucky the most modern stock yard spent a day or so with relatives and buying cattle. He JEFF PARSON, States, and a in the Breeding community last from Wm. Wilmore for $431. put 20,000 men back to work. farm by August 15 was far be- plant in the United filled Campbellsville, Ky. Dr. Cheek of Danville, Exports of cotton cloth, which low normal. Before the drouth splendid exchange building, week. 0 Af171 oi. f$e$xM M t Creek Baptist I f -- Post-offl- ce W. WELBORN, Principal to-da- y im-nos- ed -- 11,-6- 00 REDUCTION From Jan. SALE! ! to Feb. Moore, Garlan, Ky. 28,-23- well-know- r .!. jg ft Ur fog iU THR A DA IK COifNTTY tows e, -- rr Personals. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE S LATE VVf. WAR NEWS. Miss Cathrine Nell is on the sick GRADYVILLE list. Mrs. L. B. Hurt is visiting in Leba BANK, non. Mr. W. R. Lyon was in Columbia Doing Business asserts that the eastern end of the German fine "is being pushed backward at various places. In statement mention is made of n important advance in the Woe'vre . at Town of districtresulting in the capture of a portion of the German first Friday. Gradyville County of Adair line. An advance in this district, if continued, might threaten Mr. W. Ottley is recovering lrom State of Kentucky. an attack of lagrippe. At the Close of Business on the German wedge in the French line which reaches southward to Mis Frances Strange has been very the 31st day of dec, 1914. St. Mihiel. sick for several days. RESOURCES 89 2j In Upper Alsace, also, the forward movement of the French Mrs. R. F. Rowe is confined to her Loans and Discounts TheFrench War Office to-day- 's STATE 22 with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Denton have returned from Somerset. ' Dr. J. T. Jones is confined at his home with rheumatism. room , Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Due from Banks Cash on hand Banking House Furniture and Fixtures Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in, in Cash SurplusFunds Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits Subject to check Unpaid Dividends " 405 65 2 139 13 1 813 61 is said to have continued. 2 917 69 ? 33 098 97 Judge W. T. Hendrickson, was here Monday. Squire John Eubank was laid up with lagrippe all last week. Mr C. B. Diddle was with his friends "here a few days of last; week. Mr. B. D. McFarland, oRowena, was here a few days of last week. Misses Lizzie and Virginia Harris, who have been sick, are about well. Mr. N. E. McNatt, Bowling Green, was at the Hancock Hotel a few dajs Camp-bellsvill- e, 15 000 00 000 00 1 282 15 16 216 82 total STATE OF KENTUCKY' County of Adair I 33 098 97 (Set. Vioe-Pre- s. We W. M. Wilmore and C. O, Moss and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement B true to the best of our knowledge and belief. W. M. Wilmore, C. O. Moss, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th Vice-Preside- ago. Miss Virginia Tupman is at home from Watertown, for one month, day of Jan. 1915. My commission expires Tenn. Mr. W. C. Murrell was confined to his room last week, a victim of lagrippe, Mr. John G. Smith, special revenue official of the Second district, was here last Friday. Mr. B. H. Gilpin and Mr. R. C. Borders were herefrom Campbellsvillel a few days ago. Miss OraMoss, ofiGradyville, spent two days of last week with Miss Jen-ny- e " McFarland. Mr. J. A. Whitney, who lives near Griffin Springs, paid the.News a pleasant call last Saturday. Mrs. Solon Robertson of Pikeville, Tenn., is visiting her parents, Dr. and Geo. E. Nell, Notary Public Hill. Director. Jan. 22, 1916. The German War Office, however, asserts that French attacks in Alsace were repulsed. Beyond the German statement that the advance in Poland is being continued slowly, there were few new details of . the east- ern campaign. ThcGerman military government of Belgium denied officially the report of the arrest at Brussells of Cardinal Mercier on account of a pastoral letter in which the Cardinal was said to have advised Belgians not to recognize German authority. England's reply to Washington's remonstrance against British interference with American shipping will be altogether conciliatory, according to London dispatches, which say that apparently all danger of friction between the two nations has disappeared. England is willing to make all concessions which she deems not in direct conflict with the interests of the Allies, although it is believed she will not relinquish the right to search American ships cier, by the Germans, presumably for the reason that he advised give allegiance to the Germans, continues tcih be atopic of lively discussion and speculation in London and Amsterdam. It is reported that the Cardinal had been removed to Brussels, but this has not been confirmed. An English translation of his pastoral letter, which is believed to have offended the j ' German military' authorities in Belgium, has been published in London, in pamphlet form. A dispatch received here from Rome says the Pope had requested full information on the Mercier incident from the German Government. This reported action lacks confirmation; as a matter of fact, another dispatch from Italy says the Vatican has not yet been officially advised of the alleged arrest of the Cardinal. "... MORE ARTILLERY DUELS. Paris, Jan. 7 (2:40 p. m.) The French War Office this --afternoon Russell County Acts on Good Roads. Editor News: 'AC the session of the Russell County Fiscal Court last week a resolution was passed for the purpose of obtaining StateAid for the permanent improvement and reconstruction of the public road'from "Jamestown to Rus- tf sell Springs... 9 ,,. Activity of Germany's Zeppelins along the French coast has 'This result:was.made possible by the "In the Argonne, to the We3tand to thet North of Verdun, efforts of the recently 'organized Comrevived conjecture as to a possible.raid on Englandvby these huge these were yesterday artillery erigagementsin which the enemy 0 mercial Club at Russell Springs. has been su6scribed, which is to air craft. Several of the dirigibles are reported to have appeared did not show much activity. be turned ovei to the county as a part Mrs. W. F. Cartwright. near Dunkirk, and are then said to have turned toward the Eng"In the Woevre district the advance made by us to the northMr. W, O. Hendrickson, tax collec- of the road fund. The county approtor for Taylor county, was here, on priate $2,500, making $5,000 in the lish coast. west of Flirey is more important than was at first taken to4T)e the road fund for this permanent imspecial business, Monday. The reported arrest of Cardinal Mercier at Brussels, on account case. We made ourselves masters of a portion of the enemy's first provement. This will enable the counMiss Amanda Butler left Wednesi ty to obtain 5,000 from the State, unday morning for Louisville, to visit of a pastoral letter in which he is said to have advised Belgian line. 1914. der rhe Act of March, the family of Mr. D. H. Butler. A gratifying feature of the situa- civilians not to recognize the authority of the German administra"At Steinbach and at the adjoining heights the enemy has not Mr. C. B. Rine, an extensive lum- tion is that nearly all the people who ber and timber dealer of Campbells-ville- , have expressed themselves endorse the tion, has developed one of the striking incidents of the war. Pope delivered a counter-attack- . A persistent rain, together with the was in Columbia last Friday. action of the Fiscal Court. Even Benedict is making an inquiry, having received no official confir- state of the ground, made any operations difficult. We have reMiss Irene Squires and her little those who live in parts of the county brother, Paul, who visited at the remote from this section of road say mation of the report. It is said although, should its truth be es tained all the positions conquered by us in preceding days. There home of Mr. Sam Breeding, returned that if we ever have any road improve were two attacks on the part of the enemy, one to the West of home last week. ment a beginning must he made some tablished, the Pope would protest to Germany. Mr. Frank Jones, a prominent citi- where, and that they think tbe secWatwiller and the other nearKolschlag. Both were immediately Jamestown, has gone to Louis- tion of road selected will benefit probzen of GERMAN OFFICIAL REPORT. repulsed. We have made progress in the direction of Altkirch by ville for the purpose of entering an ably more people than any other similar section of road in the county Berlin, Jan. 7 (by wireless to Londoor3:10 p. m.). The Ger occupying the forests situated four kilometers (two and one-ha- li infirmary, for treatment. The road will be constructed accord Mrs. George Rosenfield and her two man official communication on the progress of the war given out mies) to the West of this town. Our heavy artillery reduced to children, of Smith's Grove, are spend- ing to plans andspecifications of the estiin Berlin this afternoon reports that further advances have been silence that of the enemy. ing a few weeks with Mrs. Rosenfield's State Road Department. It is mated that 310,000 will make the road mother-in-laairs. Jo Rosenfield. of the turnpike "During all the day of January 6, the enemy bombarded the THJ T r rnfn.A.,t ntl rinnrrlit- from the end Russell Springs, near made by the Germans in the western part of the Forest of Arto T for Jamestowncrowd was present in the gonne, and that desperate fighting is going on to the north of Ar- hospital at Thann," er, Miss Ruby, last Thursday Quite a l MAts3 PxImIixh Wtt., IUI1 OUipilUl fWr MJBJJGUU UIJG M1UIOI courthouse when the question was ras. French attacks in the eastern portion of the Argonne forest relatives. Mr. Montgomery intends voted on. The interest was great. Notice Concerning County Teachto return to Liberty about April, 1st, IMPORTANT SALE. After the law had been discussed and and to the west of ennheim (Cernay), in Alsace, the statement and preach the remainder of the year er's Library. the plan explained, the court was then to the churches at Liberty, Moreland, called upon to vote on the resolution. says, were repulsed. Bardstown and Cave City Sulphur is "No one In their operations against the Russians, the Germans claim in the courtroom knew what There are some volumes of this a noted watering place, and he goes the result was going to be. It seemed Valuable Real Estate for Sale in brary that have been missing ever there to rest and recuperate and be that everyone felt that the time was to be making progress in spite of the unfavorable weather condiCane Valley, Ky., 0y JOnn since I came into office a year ago. with his invalid sister, Mrs. O. H. a critical one for Russell County. tions. Communication is as follows: whose condition is improvPortman, rst second aQd fourth volumes Ellbank. When the justices voted unanimously slowly. Liberty News. of Ellis' History of Our Country, and ing "In the western arena of the war the English and the French in favor of the resolution instant apand the first and second volumes of plause broke out all over the court villages behind our front; this they do by bombardment. onsV History of the Decline and Jim Cary, of color, was before Judge room, it was remarKea tnau tnac was On Monday, the 18th day of January the Roman Empire are some Herriford last week, charged with an unusual scene in the Fiscal Court. "North of Arras severe fighting is still going on for the pos 1915, at 1 o'clock. I will proceed to of tlie m.ssmg volumes. If any one breach of peace. He was fined nine The magistrates who have taken offe for sale at the court house door Has borrowed books from this library session of the trenches we took by storm yesterday. dollars and cost. this forward step are: B. B. Simms, in Columbia, Ky., to the highest and withm the past three or four years Erastus Antle, John W. Yoils and western part of the forest of Argonne we made further best bidder at public outcry, the fol- - aud has faned to return them, would Every body call at the Bee Hive Robert Whittle. They have been "In the I i rnnartv MV.V.M.W MlVM&mj tr. wit-- i rtnnhio lUVIUlU fwi.. Shoe Store and see the new progress. The attacks which were delivered January 5 in the story frame business house 00x60, request such a one to look after these praised by the progressive people, not books and return them as soon as is It is from Baldwin & Co , only of Russell Springs, but of various new, also blacksmith's j practically Louisville. Mrs. G. W. Lowe is the parts of the county, frr being among eastern part of the Argonne, not far from Courte Chaussee, ad- - snop on same iod rear, This corner convenient. An early return of all hi missing volumes would be very 2t. local agent. the first to take advantage of the new vanced as far as our trenches, but the enemy was driven back is better known. as S. G. Rnnte' rnr. the appreciated . . . ... .c uans much is an occasional doubter Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harris have law. There Very Respt., our positions all along the line with heavy losses. Our cas- ner. tsesu rjusmess center oi and grumbler, but they do not have from Valley. gone to housekeeping and are occupyTobius Huffaker. say- - They know the ualties were comparatively slight very much to Also 1 House ?.nd lot on Mill street ing the Methodist parsonage, west of argument is all on the other side. in Cane Valley, known as Cave Dud- the court-hous"To the west of Sennheim (Cernay) the French again attemp- geon'sproperty, recently repaired and. Common School Diploma Exam The only real diiliculity that prein the sents itself in the counties of this sec- ted last night to obtain possession of the height called 'Hill 425. ' necessary outbuildings, rents for S3 All teachers are urged to send ination. reports of their moonlight schools at tion is lack of funds. It has been sugner month. Rented for 1915 Also 1 Hou9e and lot on Columbia once to Mrs. Stewart at Frankfort Ky gested that the country roads may Their attack broke down under our fire and the height remained The examination for Common if permanent road work is done Huffaker, Supt. suffer Tobias and Campbellsville pike about mile possession." Valley North, i acre of School Diploma will be held at the to any great extent. This can be in our from Cane All persons owing Kelsay & Hudson "In the eastern arena of the war there have been no changes ground more or less and box house. Superintendent's office on the last Friat avoided very well by constructing a by note or account, must settle section of permanent road each alterTerms made known on day of sale. day and Saturday in January!, 1915, once or pay cost. Kelsey & Hudson. nate year and working the country The continuation of our operations' has been affected by the most For further" particulars concerning which will be the 29 and of this month. t roads up to good condition every oth- unfavorable weather conditions. Nevertheless, our attacks are th!s property, write or phone me at The Common School Diploma shows The social at the Trabue home on er year. that the holder has completed the Coburg, Ky. ' last Saturday evening was very much The promoters of this road project progressing slowly. If not sold privately beforehand, common school course and is entitled ' enjoyed, a large crowd of young folks are hoping it will not end until there this will be a sure sale and you will to free tuition in the County High FRENCH GAIN GROUND. . being present. Respectfully. is a iiplendid public highway from miss a bargain.If you fail to buy you School. Tobias Huffaker, Supt. A C, S. by way of Johu Eubank. Monticello to Columbia In the Western arena of military activities the Allies have va- will lose. Pure-breBourbon Red Turkeys for t Jamestown and Russell Springs. sale. Call by " phone ried their flank attacks, which recently brought- - them success in X ll-2Mrs. R E Tandy. Daily Louisville Tampico Lodge. We will send the sand dunes of Flanders and in Alsace, by intensifying the Post, Home and the a 24 page War Notice To Costomers. Farm, We have a few papers of garden seed, sent from the department, for My financial condition forces me to pressure from Rheims to the Lorraine frontier, where some ground Atlas and the Adair County News, The following officers were elected the papers, all one year for $3 25. If for the distribution First come, first serve. a cash business. Please do not ask for gained. ensuing year: has been you want this bargain send in your Read the bank statements in to- credit. T. R. Smith, W. SI. Garlin, Ky., D. M. Moore, The Germans, meanwhile, have sought to repair the damage subscription at once, as the offer is J. M. Hancock, S. W. day's paper. good for only a short time. ll-D. O. Eubank, J. W. done to their wings. This has resulted in the recovery of some "Bee Hive" Shoe Store. The store A. H Judd, Secty. that always has the goods and makes Mr. R. K. Young lost a mare mule ground for them near Steinbach, in Upper Alsace, but their atJ. H. Judd purchased of J. B. J. W. Sublett, Treas. the lowest cash prices on everything one night last week valued a. $125. 4 acres of land, adjoining the proJ. W. Russell, S. D. tacks in Flanders were repulsed. for everybody. My motto: ''Quiet perty ol Eli Z. T. Williams, ConsidB. Moore, J. D. complainsmall profits. Everybody who travels is sales and J. I. Staneberry, S. and Tyltr. The reported detention of the Belgian prelata, Cardinal Mer- - eration, 1600. cash. G. W. Lowe. ing of the desperately bad roads. $2,-50- gave out an official announcement as follows: "During the day of January 6 there occurred, from the sea to the Lys. nothing other than artillery fighting in which we had almost always the advantage. Our batteries put to flight certain German aviators who were coming in the direction of Dunkirk, and they compelled a cessation of the fire of German in the region of Zillebeke. "The enemy bombarded violently the head of the Belgian bridge to the South of Dixmude. "In the region of Lille we repulsed with success a violent German attack on one of our trenches. This trench, in the beginning lost by us, was recaptured with great brilliantcy and by the exunder exceptional circumstances. An official Turkish announcement makes no mention of the ploding of mines we demolishee a portion of the German field disastrous defeat Russia states was inflicted on tbe Turkish forces works. Between the Somme and the Aisne there has been nothexcept artillery engagements. which invaded the Caucacus. The report speaks of minor victo-rie- s ing to report To the East of Rheims, on the Alger farm, we exploded some over the Russians by Turkish forces which penetrated North-er- n Persia and of an indecisive naval battle between Turkish and mines yesterday evening. This resulted in 'the stopping of the l enemy's field work. Russian warships on the. Black Sea. mine-throwers ' . T - Vtif-l- I j-- 1 r Mot s , A piauo-playe- r. -- e. ll-2- J d 10-2- t. 2t -- 4 THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Edith. Mrs. Marvin Squires and children of Fate, Texas, arrived here on the 17th, to visit relatives and Mrs. Cragg Wilcoxin sold $72 From Illinois. Williamsville, Dec, .30, 1914. Tnf' A Hiss Laura Workman, of Pel-lyto- n, spent last week with Miss friends for a few weeks. Annie Campbell. Miss Lela Beard, of Neatsburg, "was the pleasant guest of the Jlisses Evans last Monday night. Misses Fannie and Lois Wil liams returned home from a weeks visit, on Casey Creek last worth of turkeys just before Christmas; Mrs. Allen Squires sold $55 worth; Mrs. Bramlett Squires sold $29 worth and Mrs. Homer Squires sold $47 worth. Mr. Bill Buchanan, who has been making his home in Illinois for the past year, is spending with his mother, Mrs, Berry Buchanan. Mr. John Acre, of Fry, who with his wife and baby have been making their home in Mason City, 111., for the past year, has returned home. Born to the wife of Enoch Pickett, on the 15th a son. Mr. and Mrs. Lemon Wilcoxin have moved to Mr. Jim Tutt's farm at Milltown, to make a crop next year. Miss Bertha Pulliam has gone to Oklahoma, to visit her sister, Mrs. Lillian Wiscer, and in all probability she will make her home there in the future. Lester Squires will enter school at the Lindsey-Wilso- n the first of this month. Omer Ford will make a crop next year with his father-in-laMr. Bramlett Squires. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Light, of Illinois, spent the holidays with thelatter's mother, Mrs. Mary X-m- as w, Editor News: I have planned and planned to write a short letter to your interesting paper, but have kept putting it off from time to time, so will now endeavor to do so. I won't try to describe this country, for I feel like it has been described so many times that there is not anything left for me to tell. I will tell more of the social side of it. We have organized a literary society at the Prairie School, and it has been the center of attraction for the country people all around, and a great many town people this winter. It has just 50 members. We meet every Friday night at 7.30, and debate, spell, sing, recite, and in fact. do anything that will prove to be helpful in an educational way. We have a literary paper which is also nice. Officers are elected every two months as follows: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and a program committee of 3 members, editor, for our paper. The critic is appointed by the president each night, also sergeant at arms. I wish that every school would organize one. Then besides that there are numerous other things to go to which makes this a very fine place for one to live. 1 am not in sympathy with those who say people here are the most wicked they ever knew. Experience has taught me there are good and bad people wherever you go. I am loyal to my "old Kentucky," but I must say they are no better there than here. I have changed my address to f Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation bowel muscles so that in time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with and nature is again solely relied on. Among the legions who testify to theso facts are J. F. Blankenship, Sharon, Tenn., and Beulah L. Rogers, Kosmosdale, Ky., and they always have a bottle of it in the house, for it is a reliable laxative for alt the family from infancy to old age. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in tho regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simply addressing Dr. "W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. PNEUMONIA" very weak. I had spells when I could 13 hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 fcf minutes. My doctor could not help A me, but I was completely cured by $ left me with a frightful cough and fe Sunday. Mr. Robert Cundiff was in Columbia last week having some dental work done. Mr. 3nd Mrs. P. P. Wesley entertained several of their friends last Monday night, in honor of Mr. Claud Balldock, of Casey county. Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Breeding, of Neatsburg, spent last Tuesday night with Mr, and Urs. Owen Beard. Mr. Bill Jones and wife have moved to their new home near this place, which he purchased irom Mr. P. P, Wesley. We are so glad to have them in our neighborhood. Mr. Willie Collins and Miss .Mattie Evans visited friends at Eoley several days during the holidays. Mr. Finis Neal and sister, Miss Annie, left for the L. W. T. S. last Tuesday. Misses Linnie and Nettie Winfrey, of Middlesburg, spent sevin this part. eral days of Mrs. Sarah Roy and daughter, Miss Patsy, who have been at liome for the last week, returned to the L. W. T. S., last JMonday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Knifley spent last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Williams. Miss Fannie Evans visited Miss Lela Beard, of Neatsburg, Jast Tuesday night. X-m- as Although those may dispute it have not tried it, yet thousands who of others, who speak from personal experience, assert that there is a permanent cur for chronic constipation. Some testify they were cured for as little as fifty cents, years ago, and that the trouble never came back on them, while others admit they took several bottles before a steady cure was brought about. The remedy referred to is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been on the market for over a quarter of a century and has been popularized on its merits, by one person telling another. The fact that Its strongest supporters are women and elderly people the ones most persistently constipated makes it certain that the claims regarding it as a permanent cure for constipation have not been exaggerated. It is not violent like cathartic pills, gaits or waters, but operates gently, without griping and without shock to the system. It contains tonic properties that strengthen the stomach and DR. KING'S I New Discovery I Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, HI. AND $1 50c .00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. j Pj Xh"".er - -- " t?& i V' fcJ .1 Birdseve view ot our Plant zsgagggga Taia V. ,, iriT" tra mmtm S?" .; : v nvor ahd kid-'.'. 1 N'i foai hctii j made mo fee ' I.o 'i itft' jjxii PRICE 5&C7S. -- , All iti.tii J.Vt. J " T A' v WBi5jriiauvr5i-tjs-iw.'- ' -- " i v ' ' '.. . l U t4. r.xr:r fir-- v-.i- p.s ?jce - -- -M K r in?! .. M&$ .AftKr-- HJt ti' . (''"tfti r . fr V. "Largest in Dixie" J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated 'Pi . . . '.sritnl . .. s - &' Louisville, Kentucky. Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog B r r ?r yRE22sis2rcr?j xvs; i. - : : r.. d. r?u urn c ?, WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Uia; 1 (j 0. Wade. On the 17th when Mrs. Mar- M r vin Squires entered the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Squires, after an absence of nearly four years in the Lone Star State, it was touching when the mother and father embraced their daughter once more here on earth. Then when all quieted the dining room doors were opened and the guests were invited Constipation and Indigestion. "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets to the table which fairly groaned and must say they are the best I have under the pressure of good indiever used for constipation and things. Those present were Mr. gestion. My wife also used them for and Mrs. Tilden Wilcoxin and constipation and indigestion and they family, Mr. and Mrs. Allen did hei good," writes Eugene S. Squires and family,- Mr. and "Knight, "Wilmington, N. C. Solb by Mrs. Homer Squires, Mr. and Ad Paull Drug Co. Mrs. Flave Hartfield and family, Rugby. Mr. Clem Squires, Chapman Pickett and the writer. Mrs. Robertson, who Jives near Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Shuffet here is very low with a compli- have moved to Mr. Dan Russell's cation of diseases. where Lucien will make a crop Mrs. Tomp3on Hayes is very this year. sick at this writing. Mr. Ed Dohoney was taken The infant child of Mr. Willie violently ill on the 21st. Dr. Flatt's, is sick with pneumonia Booker, of Greensburg, was now. called, and despite Russell Creek Lawrence Harvey and family; being past fording, the doctor u and Mamie and Beulah Bean, came over in a boat to his rescue. visited at Mr. Alva Harvey's, W On the 25th several gathered jjduring Christmas. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shirley and family visit- - Henry Squires, and celebrated ; ed his wife's father, Rev. H. T. Christmas day. When the noon t' Jesse, and other relatives, here hour arrived, all repaired to the in jJast week. dining room, and what we did The condition of Mr. J. R. Gas- - for a fina turkey and a large , 'fkins is no better at this writing. boiled ham was a plenty, not say Bob Simpson and family visit- - ing any thing about all the other "J&ed his wife's mother, Mrs. Brud good things. There were so wvrwllrpiv nf NpII. rlhrinor t.hphnl- - many present we cannot find space to name them. agMaye. The old year of 1914 has been Vnnr cpriVio viGifofl in f rio Pv. with the past, and a '!amhs TiDiorrihnrVinnH rlnrimr fr.Vip numberedbright and sunny greets & . new one ltfi? .Suj:j luuuftva. us this morning. Let us all Mr. T. J. Rossoh has been in strive to make it a happy one to ble health for the last few each and all around us. i Great Baraain I ji M 9 s straw iniji i iff 111., R. R.. 26. Williamsville, You will find enclosed $1 to pay !e f 5rs Toole 9 FOR SALl for The News another year. Yours truly, Mrs. Brazilla E. Cofer. The government of the Bahama islands is trying to revive the production of sea island cotton, once a flourishing industry there. Women of Sedentary Habit's. Women who get but little exercise are likely to be troubled with constipation and indigestion and will find Chamberlain's Tablets highly beneficial. Sob 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 Ad Paull Drug Co. The Louisville Daily Herald And the 1 m. DRUGGISTS ' I Adair County News One Year Each A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County News and For S3.5Q This offer will hold good for only a short The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One Year For Only tpL55 .A Chilean province has established two floating schools to enable the residents of its many islands to obtain an education. Keep No time. If you want to keep posted in politics and current events, subscribe now. Come, bring or send your subscriptions to this office. The athletes of ancient Greece are trained on new cheese, dried figs, grain, milk and warm water. Pencil Thrusts. Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekly Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price 51.00 per year, and it 13 one of the best home metropolitan weeklie'of today. It has all the facilities of the ereat DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatnine the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great omount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome, farm or business man. This grand offer is limited and we advise you to take advantage by subscrib:ng for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to The Adair.ijCounty Nws Columbia, ry. -- it Handy for Rheumatism. kr FT- - lys. The Gist of It. 'On account of high water we 'Last December I had a very severe not get our Louisville mail cold and was nearly down sick in bed. J I bought two bottles of Chamberlain's fc t Tuesday. Cough Remedy and it was only a very few days until I was completely reSummershade. stored to health," writes O. J. Met-calWeatherby, Mo. If you would know the value of this remedy, ask and Mrs. Alvin Squires anyone who has used it. Sold bv 'little daughter, Marie, also ! Paull Drug Co. . Ad. f, use to squirm and wince and try to wear out your Rheumatism. It will wear you out instead. Apply some Sloan's Liniment. Xeed not rub it in just let it penetrate all through the affected parts, relieve the soreness and draw the pain. You get ease at once and feel so much better you want to go right out and tell oth-- 1 er sufferers about Sloan's. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 2o cents of Paull Drug Co and have it in the ho use against Colds, Sore and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica and like ailments.. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. Buy a bottle Ad to-da- "The key of success" is use- less until you find the keyhole. Many good resolutions never A Test fOr Liver COmplaint Mentolly UnhaPpy Physically Dull make good. "Citizens asked to contribute The Liver, sluggish and inactive, cigarettes for English soldiers," first shows itself in a mental .state-unha- ppy Must need smoke for the battle. and critical. Never is there living, as when the Stomach joy in Prompt Action Vfill StoP Your and Liver are doing t. eir work. Keep your Liver active and healthy by using Dr. King.s New Life Pills; they empty the Bowels freely, tone up your Stomach, cure your Constipation and purify the Blood. 25c at Paull Drug Co. Bucklen's Arnica Salve excellent Ad for Piles. Cough. S 1S2S3I3 Surveying Land Owners Attention. To save the expense of a long -- and costly approach the city end of a bridge that will span Havana harbor will terminate in a spiral driveway and footway making four turns. . -- When you first catch a cold (often indicated by a sneeze or cough,) break it up at 6nce. The idea that "It does not matter" often leads to serious comDlications. The remedy which immediately and easily penetrates the lining of the throat is the kind de manded. Dr. King's New Discovery The rainiest region in the soothes the irritation, loosens the world is the Khasia hills, 200 phlegm. You feel better at once. miles north of the Bay of Ben- 'It seemed to reach the very spot of gal, where the annual precipita- my Cough" is one of many honest tion frequently exceeds' 400 testimonials. 50c at Paull Drug Co's. Ad inches. ' r. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e years experience, Charges rea sonable. Phone 74or write r. C. Faulkner, Columbia, Ky. 'IWt ij.w i.a fc '(jikwiiui. i t -- " .: l& LIU J .siiJ ' li " brt. lt v".i 2oeoi -- om tiSJBisrJ3 n i'tj in "kq ' " Ja f"rj ii .' AjjiiOl ." i sr. i v v ',awVz&?mJv ""-"- "". " f 1.' A .T fiHUdria TflEDAIR COUNTY NEWS fcat -hji 1 TCTT1 't 3? COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Aid For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- 00 Tired! Are yon tired? ran down? nerroas? Is everything 70a do an effort? Not it is not laziness. Yon are ill. Your system needs a tonic. Yonr Stomach. Kidneys and Liver need stirring up. Nothing will do this better than WHICH GO TO OF cent Was Unable to Attend to believe I would have died if I hadn't taken it. After I began taking Cardui I was greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. ' I fattened up, and grew so much Electric 50c. and $1.00 IN JIT FRONT X Special AH Notice Aiy of Her Housework. Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when I finally decided to try Cardul. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Bitters THE All Druggists Enemies Live For a Period la Same Trench, Then Come to Blows. Soldiers Stalk Each Other Around Haystack. ' stronger in three months, I felt like other person altogether." an- Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui makes for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a million weak women, during the past 50 years. It will surely do for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. ChatUnooca Medidnt Co., Ladles' Chattanooga. Tenn., for Special Instructions on jour case and book. "Home Treatment for Women," sent in plain wrapper. te J-- LOUISVILLi TIMES FOR 1914 volver instead, but the Frenchman was quicker and shot him dead. The report was heard by the sentry at the chateau and brought a strong force of Germans on the run. The French soldiers were waiting near by to assist their chief, but one glance was enough to see that they were greatly outnumbered, and all fled back to the woods, not one being even wounded. denly face to face with a French officer in full uniform who ordered him to hold up his hands. He drew his re- Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books Will have to Come off, Under Write to: The authority for this story saw the French commander only recently and succeeded in getting through the German lines and back to Paris At that BRIGHTER, BETTER, BiGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF the Law, if not Paid at once X&&&$$X&$Q $$ THE l The Government thr LOUISVILLE TIME PurcMr-WooThat's exactly what ) IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR Will Not carry Papers in YOU WiLL SEND 0RDH get in oar Big Woolly Blankets ( Extra 74 x 88 Weigh'nearly Eight Pounds. Prepaid anywhere for SSize 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 vgv chargesjand you are not out a cent. X Large Coverlets made like Old Style Weave $7.00 a pair, prepaid subject to your approval. j jj Extra quality Yarn at 55c for White and 65 for Black, prepaid in y? 4r n lots of 5 lbs or more. nS? xr Extra All Wool Flanel 54 in. wide, 70c per yd prepaid. Cotton twilled 36c. nice dark colors, SWarp Flanelin Regular sizes 82.25plain 28c Just what you Old Time pants a pair. need this winter, (rive us your order now, dont wait, later we will be over- - j run and will cause some delay. vou TO US, YOU CAN GET Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year The Daily THE ADAIR COUNTY NEW AND Farmers Woolen Mills, X P. O. Jamestown, Ky. E L.BEECE M$r. Shipping Point, Greasy Creek, Landing. & THE LOUIUEE TIME ssKrsKb Photo oy American Prcas, Association TWO TURKISH PRINCES SENT BY SULTAN TO JOIN GERMAN GENERAL STAFF. Louisville And The Times New BOTH ONE YEAR Special Notice ! F0R0NO $4.50, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prln ted anywhere. Has the best corps of correr.-pondents- Woodson Le Greensfourg, Ky. and satisfactory fence. NOTE THE PRICE. Economy Wire Fence 7 Wires 9 in. Stays 26 in. high Price 15c jg . time the German military authorities had posted throughout the two Belgian provinces of Luxemburg and Namur the following announcement addressed to the fugitive soldiers: "French Soldiers We know where you are and have full information regarding your strength. In your own interest we advise you to surrender and promise that your lives will be safe. If you refuse every one of you will be On Adair Is the County best afternoon daily paper publish- . shot" Covers the Kentucky field p& . fie? Economy Woven Wire Fence is a light durable Fence fectly. Covers the general news A long felt want for farmers who want a cheap, quick completely. Has the best and fullest ma kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics 'be the following morning the Germans were amazed to find written in a bold hand across several of the posters the following line: "If you know where we are why don't you come and get us?" And underneath appeared" the signature of the French commanding officer with his full name and rank and the number of his regiment. Peekaboo Around Straw Stack. How Tommy Atkins and a German soldier played "peekaboo" around a straw stack and ended by each peaceably departing for his own trench with an armful of straw is related by a let- ed in Louisville. It is Democratic, but gives all the general news. We can furnish The Times and The Adaii u . n o it tt n f ( n? " " "' "" 18c " " " " 32 32 on 39 " 20c " 8 9 " tt 9 6 i " ( " 18c " 22ic ( it 20c Square Deal Fence in all sizes at fair prices. Buy now before the advance. We have 30,000 rods Dr. subject to your orders. Satisfaction guaranteed as to Quality and Price. A full, Complete stock of the Celebrated Thornhiil Wagons. 'Satisfaction, or your money back." ing, both Don't forget our immense stock of Shoes and Cloth- at old prices. . We have not taken the War in Europe as an Excuse to ask Advance on Anything Salt. Big Barrels $1.75. Salt Pure and Barrels Full. Lime for lliis mouth, only 90c. Lancaster regiment, says a dispatch. "At Armentieres we stopped and dug fair to everybody. trenches so close to the German lines," he writes, "that one of their patrols HENRY W. END YOUR SUBSRli' shouted in English to a party of our transport bringing up rations, 'Here, you fools; you are going right into the VETERINARY SURGEON DEXTIST German trenches!' T10N RIGHT AWAY "When you are fighting you go nearAm permanently located in V ly wild with rage. Dut during the lulls you cool down and think about other lumbia. things. So I thought 1 would go out DENTAL OE'ICEI AH Classes of Dental work done. Crown.' into the field and get some straw to make myself comfortable. Bridge and Inlay work a Specialty. "I was pulling out the straw on one side of the stack when saw a German AH Work Guaranteed soldier peeping around. I had left my gun behind. What if he would shoot DENTIST Office over G. W. Lowe's Special Attnetin to Eyes me or take me prisoner? To see which OVER PATJXJG DRUG CO. way he was coming I peeped around Shoe Store Spavin or any surFiBtulo, Poll-evi- l, again. He peeped, and then we both gical work done at fairprices. 1 am Columbia, Ky. jumped back. Then I began to wonder well fixed to take care of stock. Hon whether he also was unarmed. The e due when work is done or stock RES PHONE 20. OFFICE PEONI next time we saw each other we both removed from stables. felt the chances were safe. So there LOCATION-NEED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. AR we were, he on one side and I on the STREET. ON BIMKSVILLE other, each pulling at the stack. Then I will drill wells in Adair VjXZxSSxESBaSxSBErBSZSSl zxzsac&irzmtE? we turned our on each other, and i each went to backs 8 his trench with arms i. f counties. See me clasping a big bunch of straw. He I said nothing. said nothing, and If wM m inn ? . Mmi.ivi.nrAnfiifc;i 8. contracting. fl- Latest imwe had brought our guns it would jg x o xj? ula wit M&' a have been a question of the best man. - Vatepinafy Sapgeon proved machinery of But, as it was, it never occurred to us and Indicestionran'd me irroat distro-- i for two years. I tciecT many thinps for ' to settle with our fists." it and Ccntlftt roliof, buteotlittlo L'p. tillat Isstlfoun pills oi iscdisiaa I y. r t- - i it ia tLo Pump Repairing Done. Enemies Used Same Trench. ears experience. Special attention A British soldier relates a remarkagiven to Surgical and Dental work. n 12 ? cr,J2r.:75 a Call. S3 ble story of now the English, and Gerresidence near Graded School mans hobnobbed In the same trench a Office at few miles south of: Ypres. building. There were a handful of Germans C. YATES PHONE NO. 7N g 2S CENTS PER BOTTLE AT All DBVGGtSTS. and a smaller handful of allied forces. ter to his family by a member of a County News both for 4.50 per year. D. Crenshaw DEPP, H Co-v-w- James Triplet! 1 WELL DRILLER Mi n. and-adjoinin- 'J ma 1 Ii. JOflES all-kind- s. bl R.KBIBG'S newLitenii J. -.- .. , , s 1 - - W itf.A f - 'V ' f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5xliK The ASair County News The Louisville Post Home and Farm 24 All Three GREAT OFFER Page WAR ATLAS The Atlas Alone is Worth More Than We Ask For All ,&. 1 Papers One Year With Atlas Included SEND ALL ORDERS TO This offer is good for January Only Adair County . Qii &i ?w Old aunt Sallie Ann Blakey Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pickett were visiting in Columbia still remains in very poor health Lyss Sullivan's wife is on the Mr. H. f. Smith is quite sick last week. at this writing, Misses Mattie and Mary Young sick list this week. Russell Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Crenshaw, Misses Rose and Bess Hunn, Nell Follis and Ella Todd, all of Columbia, were visiting Misses Verna and Lula Todd during the holidays, and all had an enjoyable time skating on the pond 44444444444 44444444'C"Q44 near their home Messrs. Dessie Cowherd and Branch Sublett, of Romine; Noel Thomas and Robert Caldwell, of Milltown, and Bill Hancock, of Cane Valley, were visiting Will Ed Squires during the holidays. Misses Stora and Linnie Hutchison, of Mt. Pleasant, were vis- iting Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Pickett last Wednesday night. Mr, and Mrs. Pickett gave a par- ty to the young people, which was largely attended. All report a nice time and wish for many more like it. Mr. Alvin Page, son of Mr, Eldridge Page, and Miss Bessie Emma Smith were happily married' at the bride's father, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Smith, last Wednesday, the 30th. Mr. Sam Curry's two daughters, of St. Marys, Marion Co., are visitine Mr. T. B. Hood's family. Mr. Billie Todd and sister, Miss Cecil, and Mr. Griffin Chewn ing, of Romine, Taylor county, were visiting at Mr. John Cundiffs, during the holidays. Messrs. Hugh SHutchison and Tennie Cundiff, of Mt. Pleasant, Mr. Billie Cundiff, of Camp ICnox, Misses Annie and Dora Murray were visiting at Mr. J. R. Cundiffs, during the holidays. Mis; Pi1 Go'"3 WrtS visiting at Cane Valley last week. 4 and Miss Elva Murrell and broth-- ! er, all of Ozark, were visiting Misses Nina and Helen Smith during the holidays. Bro, Perryman will preach at Hutchison school house the second Saturday night and Sunday. Let every body come out and have a good crowd as the last appointment was to bad for any one too get out. Miss Mary Caldwell, of was visiting Miss Nina Smith last week. Mr. Ed Triplett and sister, Miss Effie, of Disappointment, and Miss Maud Bradley were vis iting afc Mr John Cundiffs last Saturday night. Rowes X Roads. I was vounded and captured at the battle of Stone River, Tenn. I ago to-da- y, 52 years I 4 Lindscy-Wiiso- n A Training School was a member of Co., G. 3rd e, Ky., Infantry. Capt. Sam of Columbia, was in com-man- d Mc-Ke- Safe Place to Put Your Children 4 4 Mill-tow- n, I 4 'j I Well, Christmas has come and gone agin. The snow was so deep and was so cold Santa did not get in much of a job this time. The quietest time I ever saw for Christmas in this corner. The boys made the rabbits live hard, while the deep snow was on the ground. Bill Cook has all of his chiland grand chil dren, dren with him this week. What a jolly time they are having cook ing and eatmg. A young preacher from Indiana, by the name of. Brett, ttook, a night with me tKis weekl - He was on. his way to Manntown to take up work for the JJ. B. ' church. 03car Beck and family, nave come in from Illinois. They are V' hereatHoskin Clarks. -- "wn3? lir fr?n q -- "'1 "h "Nfcartmcro No '2. "Rill Pir'winds up Christmas. Russell Springs, this week. sons-in-law -- of the regiment whenVe went in to the fight. He was killed in a little while. Dr. Heck Owens, also of Columbia, was taken prisoner with me. We were captured at the Field Hos-pitacross the river. Dr. Owens had just taken off a leg for a lieutenant of Co., F. I think his name was Dan Servants, when the 3rd Georgia cavalry made a charge on the hospital, and took us in. This was Dec. 31, 1862. The 3rd Ky., lo3t in that battle 117 Killed, wounded and missing, so says our history. There is still 10 or 12 of old company G. living yet. I am the youngest. I am 71. So, you see it will all soon be a thing of the past. Boy's, meet me,in glory. Bro. Frank Turner is here with me on hi3 rounds 'as a npw 'He is doing Presiding good preaching. Bro. Ad Aaron's wife, that died at Glenville, Dec, 31, was brought back up here to Bethel and was buried by the side of her son. Sister Tommie was a good wife and mclher and had many friends. She leaves a daughters and two Ions to mourn her loss from them. She has just gone on before, Weep not friends trust in God. EoZute this reaches the eyes of its readers, Frank Blakey and Dona Phelps; Vernon Selby and Lillie Pearl Grider will be mar- al hus-bangfo- 4 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 shouldjenter at the first. We prepare you to teach efficiently as well as to pass the examination. The dormitories are brick buildings with steam .heat, electric lights, baths, water works and other modern improvements. Pupils are under personal supervision of teachers at all times, making the institution an ideal place for work. Largest enrollment in the history of the institution for the fall term. The teachers and pupils are cordial toward all and try to make v their surroundings pleasant while here. Write and engage a room at once. COURSES OFFERED. Training School Music Normal Expression Intermediate Bookkeeping Primary Shorthand and Typewriting For further information address, new-come- rs 4 4 t 4 S ur IVTrvd.c ivxvvjvj 7f " &-- j " Sn I 4fr4i0 Subscribe frte News and Post j- - Y. r- PVitirHr viiuiiivi Columbia, Kentucky. ? 5 - , 44044 i fSf - ". t r.r 1 .trr