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School Honor Two Hundred and Fifty Stories. And every story a good one. Tney are entertaining, but that is not all you can say about them. You know there is hardly a periodical published g stories, that is not full of but not a single story in The Youth's Companion is a time waster. Take the stories of C. A. Stephens. It would be hard to pick out one fiom which you cannot learn something useful and yet entertaining. Some of The Companion stories refresh your knowledge of geography; some tell you the mysteries of chemistry, some reveal the secrets of forestry and of general farming. They cover a wide range. They are chosen with an eye to the possible likings of every member of a Companion family stories of vigorous action and stir ring adventure for boys, stories of college life and domestics vicissitudes for girls, stories that range all the way from sheer drollery to deep se riousness for men and women. There are no stories quite like those in The " Companion you are not familiar with The If Companion as it is let us send you sample copies and the Forecast for 1916. New subscribers who send 2 00 for 1916 will receive free a copy of The Companion Home Calendar for 1916, in addition to all the remaining 1915 issues from the time the subscription is received. The Youth's Companion, Boston, Mass time-wastinto-da- Program. The following is the program for the November meeting of the "Twentieth Century Self Culture Club," to be held Tuesday afternoon, November 16th, at 3 o'clock, at the home of .Mrs. Fred In Honor of Mrs. C. M. Russell. Stood the Operation Nicely. A dispatch from Dr. C. M. Russell dated Louisville, Ky., Monday, Nov., 8, to J M. Russell.brotherof J. O. Russell states, that Mr. J. O. Russell was operated on in the forenoon, and that he stood it nicely and the indications are favorable for recovery. This information will be gladly received by Mr. Russell's home friends and over the State where is known. Pupils who have a standing for the month of 90 per cent, or more, in each subject, including deportment, and not tardy more than three times. Eleventh Grade. Nannie Faulkner, Ruth Hamilton. Texto Grade. Julia Miller, Sara Coffey, Rey Claycomb Bonnie Judd, Kinth Grade. Kinnaird Rowe, Yera Tayler, Herbert Young. Friday evening Miss Gwendolyn Bayless entertained a few friends at the Hancock Hotel at 6 o'clock dinner in honor of Mrs. C. M. Russell. The table was beautifully decorated and the dinner consisting of several courses, daintily prepared by Mrs. Myers. Tandy, wife of the present proprietor, Paper The meaning of the kindergarten to the child, to the home and tvas highly enjoyed by all the guest. Besides Mrs. Russell, the guest of civic life Mrs. Zora Rowe. honor, Miss Bayless had as her guests General discusaion Miss Minnie Misses Minnie Triplett and Madge Triplett. Rosenfield. Place and Power of the kindergartenMrs. Robert Reed., Leading the Child Mrs. R. Y. Cha-pi- n Congratulation for Bar-Trig- g. For Sale. R. Ballard Trigg, of Glasgow, State from the t district, was in Louisville last Thursday receiving the congratulations of his many friends on hi3 victory after a hard fight. The Republicans gave Bal a "run for his money h" to use a racing phrase, and, while his majority was not overwhelming, it was sufficiently large for all practical purposes. As a close fin isher Bal has demostrated that he is right there. His friends expect him to take high rank as a solon. Louisville Times. Senator-elecBarren-Addir-Metcalfe Seventh Grade. ". Stewart Huffake,r. Sixth Grade. Virgie Pendleton. Fifth Grade Mabel Rosenbaum, Rachel Coffey, Marshall Paull, Carrie Grissom. Fourth Grade. J. Frank Walker, Frances Russell. Third Grade. Norene Coffey, Lucile Winfrey, Cecil May Kearns, Cameron Wilson. Second Grade. Gladys Ingram, William Kearns, Annie May Menzies, Harlan Judd, Alva Feese, Nathaniel Tutt. First Grade. Estelle Sandusky, Geo Staples, Jr., Mary Helen Patteson, Everett Miller, Margaret Coffey, Lynn Jeffries, Velma Coffey, Oliver Price Bush. Mr. Alfred T. Allen and wife, of Cambridge, Iowa, who are in this State on important business, met with a serious accident near Sparks-vill- e the first of last week. They were in a buggy and were en route to Cumberland county. Near Sparksville the horse became' frightened and started at a very rapid gait. The buggy was upset and Mr. Allen got his head cut in several places, and one of his ankles was badly sprained. Mrs. Allen was also .considerably bruised. If you want good.service, 44-t- safe "driv- ers and fair prices, go to ' f. W. H. Wilson's. Mother and the kindergarten Mrs. 1 good second hand cook stove and O. P. Bush. 1 lady's side saddle. Some important business is to come Mrs. J. F. Neat. before the club, and it is hoped each member will make a special effort to Died in Little RocK, ArK. be present This is to be an open meeting and all the ladies of the town are cordially On Thursday, the 4th, inst , Miss invited. Emily Grissem, who was a native of Jenuye McFarland, Secy. Adair county, died at the home of her son, Mr. P. Y. Grissom, in Little Rock, A 'Surprise Dinrier. Ark , after a long illness. She was a half sister of the late Dr. W. R. Grissom, of this place, and about fifteen Last Sunday, the 6th inst, was the years of her life were spent in Cobirthday of Mr. Lloyd Feese and Mr. lumbia. She was a member of the Otis Gresham, both having reached Methodist Church, and took an acttheir 27th year. ive part in church work. She was The dinner was given at the home seventy odd years of age, and leaves of the former's father, Mr.. Hard Feese. many relatives and friends" in Adair It was sumptuous and delicioussisty-fiv- county. The funeral and interment being present. was at Little Rock. The afternoon was spent in singing and social converse. For Both Mr. Feese and Mr.' Gresham living fresh groceries, .just opened, at prices, go tcrthe new stdfe of were greatly surprised, but were hapFinis Rosenbaum. He will deliver inpy in the thought thatso many friends side corporate limits. Phone 152. remembered them. 2-- tf e 51-3- t. Safety First. If you are Ruptured; which means, use only a "Smithsonian" Truss. Page & Taylor.'" For Sale by ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. - J. Ottie Bell, &c , vs. H. Kinnaird, &c. " The dwelling house of Charles Bryant, near Gentry's mill, was consumed by Hre last Wednesday about ten o'clock. His household goods were also consumed. Mr Bryant and his wife were absent, from home when the burnings occurred. No insurance. Mr. R. L. Miss Frances Strange, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Strange, and who acis a pupil in the Lindsey-Wilson, cidentally got her right foot sprained last Thursday afternoon. The accident was quite painful, but the young lady remains in books, being driven in a buggy to the college daily. Faulkner has removed his family from Griffin Springs to CoFor Sale. lumbia and Is occupying the Flowers residence, on Greensburg street. Our A few trios of Black Spanish chick people are glad to have this very esens, either young or timable family as residents. Mrs. E. L. Feese, O. Box 173. Columbia, Ky. P. Foxes Wanted. two-year-old- s. For the first time in the history of the Eleventh Judicial district, composed of the counties of Green, Taylor, Marlon, and Washington, it has elected a Republican Commonwealth's Attorney, in the person of Mr. B. T. Harding, of Campbelisville. In compliance with an order of the Adair Circuit Court, rendered at its September term, 1915, T will, at my Last Thursday, Nov. 4th, was the office, in Columbia, Ky., hear proof of 4th birthday of little Miss Bonnie claims against the estate of C. S. Pelley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs O C. Bell, "deceased, from this date until Pelley, and the occasion was celebrat- January 1st, 1916. ed, the following named persons being W. A Coffey, Master Commissioner. A. C. C. present and enjoyed the sumptuous dinner: Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Pelley, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pelley, Mrs. Barn Burned. Misses Mattie and Fannie Evans, and Mr. Jas. L. Pelley. She A large barn which was the propwas the recipient of many handsome erty of Mr. Sam Burdette, was conand useful presents t. Yalo-raRoyse, ) 4 For the next week, I will pay cash or 26c. in the store for eggs. 49-t- f. 25c. D. M. Moore, Garlin, Ky. When traveling out of Columbia, There was a destructive fire at Greys $1.25 get W. H. Wilson's prices before you to 82 00. Reds 81.50 to Albany last Thursday night The hire a rig. W. T. HODGEN, $3.50. Huff Hotel, the livery stable, Dillon Campbelisville, Ky. Box 232, & Smith's drugstore, and several The pastor of the Presbyterian smaller buildings were destroyed. DilChurch extends a cordial invitation to lon & Smith's loss is estimated at Mr. G. B. Williams, who was all denominations to attend the evane $10,000, and the total loss $35,000. The years old, died near Ella, this gelistic services now in progress and burned buildiags were all located on county, last Thursday. He left a which will continue for several days. 44-t- f. 1-- tf. sumed by fire, near Lebanon, one day last week. There were thirty mules got out. A in the barn, twenty-eigh- t great deal of hay, corn and machinery were destroyed and two mules burned fifty-thre- the public square. wife and several children. He wes a The play at the High School Gym son of 'Squire Jas. Williams, who died school picniced many years ago. was witnessed by a large audience last The Lindsey-Wilso- n Friday evening. - There was some at the Trabue spring last Wednesday. It was an occasion very much enjoyed A perfect support to all who are clever acting, and the applause given by the pupils, as they felt they need- ruptured. The Drs Smiths' "Honest was evidence that the play was highly appreciated. There are lots of talent ed a day of outing. The dinner, spread John" Truss. Page & Taylor. upon the ground, consisted of subin Columbia, and when the home boys all manner of lighter pastor, will and girls give an entertainment it is Rev. W. R. Waggoner, stantiate and food. The children put in the day begin a series of meetings at Tabor invariably a success. playing games. next Monday night. People living in 'Squire Spencer Emerson and son, reach of the church are cordially inkeep on hands a full stock of vited to attend. of Font Hill, Russell county, were I here last Friday, en route to Campcoffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep Judge Carter resumed circuit court belisville. 'Squire Emerson is afflictMetallic Caskets, and Steel .Boxes and at Jamestown last Monday. There are ed with a cancer and his mission was two' hearses. Prompt service night or some important cases to be tried, And to consult Dr. Mitchell, who claims iay. Sesideoce Phone 29, office the court will probably be In session that he cures'the disease. ten days. J. B. Barbee bought three white oak J. T. Triptett, iS-- 1 yr Arbor Day will be next Friday. trees from W. B. Rowe, last week, pay. Columbia, Ky. Ai"" dollars for log seventy-fiv- e Plant a tree. to death. Mr. Burdette estimates The series of meetings which were his loss at $2,000, one thousand dollars commenced at the Presbyterian church insurance. last Sunday are being well attended. Dr. Brown is a forceful speaker, and For Rent. many people who live out of town, come in nightly to hear him. It is not known at this time how long, the A ten room residence, well located services will continue, much depend- in the town of Columbia. Has a ing upon the amount of interest. large barn, orchard, etc. Will rent in connection, if desired, a small first botMr and Mrs. L. T Neat enter- tom for corn, also meadow. See Dr. tained, Saturday night, the following N. Murrell, Columbia, Ky., or guests: Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Coffeyr J. write Mr. T. A. Murrell, Lebanon, Ky. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Young, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Mitchell, Mrs. Rollin Hurt, Mrs. Ollie Lemon, who was the wife Miss Ellen Burton, Miss Sallie Field of J. T. Lemon, died last Sunday and Mrs Lucy Hudson. morning at Pelleyton. She was about Frank Toliver bought one pair of twenty-si- x years old and was a conmules in Jamestown last Monday for sistent member of the Methodist $400, one for 8140 and one for $110, and church. The interment was in the Pelleyton" burying ground Monday. in this county one for $95. The deceased was a victim of trouble. The Parlor Circle will begin, Thursday night, showing pictures from a Hands are now getting out rock for new firm. They are 'more costly and the Stanford road, but there will be will be more attractive. no grading until a sufficient amount of rock has been crushed to build som Our table thig week shows the vote of Adaircounty. distance on this road. pul-moe- ary THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS On PE-RU-NA a Fast Train. smallest Motor. n THE CHILD IS FORGOTTEN WHO ARI YOU For Catarrh Wherever Located. JC sure, safe, time-trie- d remedy for Catarrhal Affections of every description. Sold by all Druggists. Write the Peruna Co., of Columbus, Ohio. They "will advise you free. X Real Diamond. Can you tell a genuine diamond from an imitation one? Some experts find it hard to tell fakes from real stones, but after the fake stone has been worn for r little time it soon loses its luster. It is this which makes a real diamond valuable. No matter how long it is worn it will keep its sparkle as well as ever. The real reason for this is the hardiness of the diamond, It is not due to any special quality in the stone itself, except its transparency and its hardness. The sparkle of e diamond depends on the sharpness of the edges and the points of its facets. When the light falls on one of these it is reflected to another facet, lying at a different angle and is refracted again, and so, on, many times. Each time the light is reflected it gives a point of brilliance, and, in most instances, splits up the light so p,; Three men were talking-irather a large" way as to the excellent train service each had in his special locality. One was from the West, one from New England and the other from New York. Two men had told of marvelous doings of trains, and it was distinctly "up" to the New Yorker. "Now, in New York,' he said, "we not only run our trains fast, but we also start them fast. I remember the case of a friend of mine whose wife went to see him off for the West in ihe Pennsylvania at Jersey City. As the train was about to start my friend said his final goodby to his wife and leaned down from the car platform to kiss her. The train started, and, would you believe it, my friend found himself kissing a strange woman on the platform of Trenton." - A correspondent of the Elec- trical World writes that he has just completed a motor which weighs only 5.5 grains and is, he believes, the smallest in the world. Its commutator, which measures 045 inch in diameter, is made up of four gold segments insulated from each other with mica. The snaf t on which the commutator is mounted is .009 inch in diameter. Fiber insula-tij- n is used between the The and the shaft. tiny armature, .09 inch in diam eter, has four pole pieces and is wound with No. 40 silk covered copper wire. The weight of the revolving part is 1 25 grains. Between the armature and the yolk two field coils are provided. 41 "... W0TH TO VOTE MADAME VDONT BOTHER ME ABOUT WM. WE HAYEAB164TATE STATE rC, FOR SUPEWHTCNOENT IWTRtxmCH CHNG OFPUMJd ISSUE AT STAKE. irzL W X y l L & Vtflll W Ml I . "- -. WVKXJU com-munta- tor GIVE PEOPLE GREA1ER POWER The people of Kentucky are interested, deeply interested, in education, as is shown by the advance made in the last ten years. The people want this development and advancement to be of a strong and lasting type, but this can not be accomplished either rapidly or consistently so long as the school system remains in politics. Every good citizen and parent in the state wants the management of their child's educational advantages divorced from politics. The Superintendent of Public Instruction is a constitutional officer and must be elected at a regular election of state officers, and he can not succeed himself. To make this a little plainer, it might be well to state that the name Superintendent of Public Instruction is one of the many names on the ballot, and interest in the election is centered, not on him, but upon the bead of the ticket. Frequently a state ticket is elected on a big public issue, absolutely foreign to school matters, and the result is the Superintendent of Public Instruction goes into office, not as a school man, but as part of a successful party ticket. No business could be carried on with thorough success If the general manager knew that at the end of four years he must give up his position to a new and untried man, no matter what progress he was making. This Is exactly what the state is now doing! with its important business, the business of manufacturing strong citizens out of the raw material of child-lifIt is proposed to amend the Constitution of the state by striking from Sections 91, 93 and 95 of the Constitution the words "Superintendent of the Public Instruction." The objects to be accomplished by this amendment are to enable the people of this state to take the of&ce of Superintendent of Public Instruction out of politics and to continue in office for a longer period than four years any Superintendent whose conduct of the office is highly efficient. Under the operation of the Constitution, which compels the election of Superintendent of Public Instruction for a term of four yearB, and which makes this officer ineligible to succeed himself, the people are prevented from eliminating the office from politics and prohibited from retaining in office an e. Health and Happiness Depends on Your Liver. Up- That sluggish liver with its sluggish flow of bile is what mdkes the world I hat seen, which Dr. Bell's goes to the veiy root of cold troubles, A of Liars. The imitation stone, to begin " It clears the thraat and gives relief with, seldom has as many facets from that clogged and stuffed feeling. as a diamond. But, even if it "Captain," said Private Mul- The pines have ever been the friend of man in driving away colds. More-ove- rt had, the sharpness of these ligan, "would yez be givin' me Pine-Tar-Honey dark afc times. Dr. King's Hew Life Pills go straight to the root of the difficulty by waking up the action of the liver and increasing the bile. Dr. King's New Life Pills cause the bowels to act more freely and The Next Best Thing To The Pine drive away those "moody days." 25c. Forest For Colds Is the red and blue3 rays are a bottle. Adv- AtPaull Drug Co. look so The silver brushes measures .012 inch in diameter and are held against the communtator by spring .004 inch in diameter. In over a 1 dimensions the motor measures 10.64 inch long and 11.64 inch high, All visible parts are finished in Roman gold. When connected to a small flashlight battery, the motor runs at a very high fapeed. Pair edges would wear off, Even exculiarly effective in fighting children's posure to the air will wear away visit me wife. The poor girl is colds. Remember that a cold broken greatly removes the pos at the any substance that is not ex- pinin' for me, and I haven't seen sibility start complications. 25c. of At Life tremely hard. And just as soon her since I enlisted two years PaullDrug Co. Adv a week's furlough? I want to the pine-hene- y qualities are pe- with the quickest action possible under the law this amendment would not be effective until the candidate elected next August will have served his full term, so that no complications or ill feeling need be developed. efficient officer. The public, in urging this change, sho'uld bear In mind the fact that even That is Most Useful. i ( as there is any dulling of the ago." edges of a facet, so soon there is a dimming of the brilliance of the stone, It is evident that there would be little profit in imitation stones if they were as hard as diamonds, for then they would be as much trouble to cut as di "No, Mulligan," replied the officer. "I kaow what you want. You want to go on a drunk. Your wife don't want to see you. She wrote me a week ago asking me not to give you leave of absence. She wrote that just be fore you enlisted you got drunk amonds are, and, indeed, would and beat her. She has had two bave to be ground down by di- years of peace and happiness since you went away. You can't amond dust. A $3 imitation stone has just go. as much sparkle, looks just as Mulligan saluted and started well and answers every purpose for the door; there he halted. "Captain," said-h"would you of a $300 stone, for a time. e, What Some Women are Doing. As a rule, are many-sided. fit '3 A wondetful Antiseptic infection aggravate ail ments and retard healing. Stop that infection at once. Kill the germs and get rid of the poisons. Fur this purpose a single application of Sloan's Liniment not only kills the pain but - ieGroys the germs. This neutralizes infection and gives nature assistance byesrercoming congestion and gives a chance for the free and normal flow of the blood. Sloan's Liniment is an emergency doctor and should be kept constantly en hand. 25c, 50c. The $1.00 size contains six times as much s the 25c. AbThePaull Drug Co. "Germs and Oregon has over 100 women physicians. In Turkey the wife rarely eats with the husband. Blindness is more prevalent among men than among women. Philadelphia has a woman barber who has a lucrative business-Chin- a now has schools where women are taught to be doctors. Scrubwomen who belong to the union in Boston, receieve $8 per week. just for once forget that you Mrs. Belle, Headison is the are an officer and I am a private only policewoman in Patterson, and allow me to say a few words N. J. may become proficient in a parto you as man to man?" ticular way, it is true, but when "Go ahead, Mulligan," replied Action of Single spoonful Sursuch proficiency is obtained only prises Many. the Captain, "Free your mind." through the sacrifice of other op"Well, Captain, said Mulligan, Columbia people who bought the portunities we are narrowing "I beg to remark that you and I simple .mixture of buckthorn bark, our possibilities to dangerous liars in the glycerine, eto known as Adler-i-kare two of the d limitations. Specialization is the State of California. I have no are surprised at the INSTANT effect This keynote of today, but only along SINGLE SPOONFUL. wife, sir." Los Angeles Times. of a remedy is so complete a bowel cleanser progressive lines, and he who -a, lives That is to say, f BOURBON POULTRY CURE the life that is most useful as In the drinklnc water well as uplifting is the life that Hakes Heas Lay Amazingly Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, is fullest. It does not require Llmberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 any great degree of initiative gallons of medicine. At Vala-and determination to confine our- 'JEii ?- able poultry book free. BOUSSOM 8EMEDY CO. LsxIigtsB, Ij. selves to the pursuit of a single interest, provided, of course, open mind, and.Jwhile possessing that the interest is satisfying. a necessary degree of is yet wise enough to reIts pursuit is natural because it appeals to use and we not only alize how little he really knows take pleasure in whatever ser- and how very much there is to vice may be required of us in be learned, is the man who, as a following out our preferences, rule, packshis life full with vabut such service sood becomes a ried interests that bring with matter of course sufficient to the widest knowledge of men blind us to other interests. We and things. well-rounded A FEW DROPS A 3 - self-confiden- ce Every Home Needs a Faithful cough and Cold Remedy. When seasons change and colds appearwhen you first detect a cold after sitting next to one who 'has sneezed, then it is that a tried and Adv. In Austria women areas undertakers ravediggers - now-employe- biliousness arid 'cooatlpVtioq. - Itis meeting with much success and rapidly gaining in and favor and. popularity. For sale by Adv. Paull Drug Co. r d tested remedy' should be faithfully used. "I never wrote a testimonial before, but, I know positively that for myself and family, Dr. King's New is used successfully In appendi that it Discovery is the best cough remedy Chamberlain's Tablets. Adler-i-k- a acts on BOTH upper surrenders all other interest and we overused and we have tried them citis. This is STn&diclnff intended espec andower bowels and ONE SPOON- - illuminating pursuits to the at- all." 50c. and $1.00 at Paull Drug , stomach-troublesially-'fo- Ful relieves almoafc ANY CASE of conatlpfttiob,"'sour or gassy stomach. tainment of a single ambition Co. Adv. ONEMIN.UTE after jpu take lb the pays too large a cost. The man When In Columbia leave your horse and buggy abW. H. Wilson's. They gaeses' ramble and pass out . Paull 44-- tf who rows into the world with an will be well cared for Aiv. Drug Co. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -9 STOP AT THE TYPICAL SCENES WHERE CONVICTS ARE EMPLOYED ON ROADS k GALT HOUSE WHEN IN LOUISVILLE n Zfr" FFJIEND.ARE YOU DISCOURAGED? B BB Good Rooms for $1.00 per Day. fp ' 'J ." BB kPBf " lBv rtf iMMBiMBiHBwffri Afirf rj2fcHpffl&ETBfc!B HB iPlmfflr "?' - (! eSkBii Fine Dining Room, Excellent Service, Low Prices. Free Auto-Bu- s H''v"'kl--- : iBMliEHBB5BPWWIMBwBBWBiRiM& Meets Trains Turkish and Electric Baths Write For Reservations. EVERYTHING IN ' Does everything look sort of dark and gloomy to you? Do you have the "blues? Does it take supreme effort for you to go about your daily work and keep yourself y cheerful? This feeling of discouragement, despondency and gloom is the result of a sluggish Liver. Just plain Liver trouble makes a big pile of unhappiness makes life look hardly worth living, sometimes. Get your Liver in perfect working order, by taking Dr. Thacher's Liver & Blood Syrup, and you'll soon feel like a different person. The sun will shine brighter. People you meet will seem more agreeable. You'll get keen ENJOYMENT out of life. You'll tackle your work and your food with relish. You'll feel TWENTY YEARS YOUNGER. You'll find yourself possessed of the courage and hopefulness of youth. half-wa- ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized BBbsBBBEH Shows Concrete Roaa In Georgia, with Granite Block Gutters, built by Convict Labor. 2. DR. THACHER'S Liver and Blood Syrup acts as a tonic and strengthener to the Liver. It encourages and nelps that important organ to do its work easily and more successfully. THEN the stomach and bowels, and every organ of the bodyis also able to do its work right, for "King Liver rules them all" and when your Liver is right YOU are WELL. - 1. Model Convict Camp in Georgia. and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence.. SKIMMED THE CREAM CLOSE Hope, happiness, courage, success these are yours when your Liver is active and strong. If you haven't got a bottle of Dr. Thachers Liver & Blood Syrup it hand now, go or send for it AT ONCE, aod give your Liver the help it is calling for. THEN you'll see the sun break through the clouds and you'll be hopeful, happy, WELL. All dealers sell 50c and 1.00 bottles. THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY;j Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. incorooraied 1 1 2-- L Chattanooga, Tennessee. For Sale By Pag & Taylor. Homesick Soldiers. Home sickness, or nostalgia, CO. 1 !G Eaat Matket Mreeif Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky. Birdseve view''of our Plant Never play at .any game of chance. Drink no kind of intoxicating liquor. Good character is .above all "Has anybody heard the latest news about the Newtons?" inquired Mrs. Jones as the Ladies' Aid Society of the Deer Run Church adjourned its regular monthly meeting. "Why no, Mr. Newton ain't sick again, is he?" asked Mrs. Smith. "Oh, no; he's all right again. In fact, he's passed our farm twice lately on his way to town," continued Mrs. Jones. "The news I was referring to was that I heard it mighty straight that the whole family's going to move to Louisville." "Well I never. What's taking them to Louisville? Why I supposed they'd always live in this neighborhood. It was only year before last that Mr. Newton had that big ol fashioned house done over from top to bottom an' water an' gas put in." "Largest in Dixie" "It's the children that's taking them. You see Nellie'll be fourteen this winter an she'll finish the eighth grade .by Christmas. She naturally wants to go to High School. An' thea there's Incorporated Henry, the next one; he wants to get ready to go to the State University, bo there you are." "Well I never. Look here, what're we goin' to do I'd like to know. If up won't be Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, this keepswon't it have any very long children until we l WnrW KrarU&tz Writf fnr nur TaiiTno- worth mentioning in our school, an' g we won't have many strong members left in our church, an' no neighborhood that's fit to live in either. The How to Get Rich. Never borrow if you can pos- Newtons ain't the first family that's left here an' gone to Louisville to edusibly avoid it. cate their children." "Well I should say they ain't. I Always speak the truth. Make Live up to your engagements. can't count the people that have left here in the past five years on the Earn money before you spend few promises. fingers of both of my bands. An those that have left were the best we had, it. too." take d V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. WHOLESALE Ptr. Louisville, Kentucky. Stair - -- Vri'A act F5 " n;ul8 in the from theirown shores. An English physician has stated that home sickness is a prevalent disease amongst prisoners of war, who display such symptoms as WATER TANK AND PUMPING STATION, KENTUCKY STATE FOREST NURSERY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY hysterical weeping, fever, and a rapid thinning of the face, Good-bya.- "Looks to me like the people in big cities have shown a lot of sense in building big schools an' making them attractive. If the cities have taken the same number of fine people out of every neighborhood in the State of Kentucky that they have out of this little neighborhood, they've about skimmed the cream pretty close." "But what can we do?" "Why can't we have good schools?" "But schools cost money." "Of course they do. If the big cities can get our best people to leave comfortable farms and homes, It must be a paying proposition. If it is why can't we do the same thing?" "Why a big school would cost the neighborhood several thousand dollars a year." "Well, suppose it did. If the ten fine families that have left here in the past five years could have been kept here happy and prosperous, wouldn't it pay?" "Yes, I reckon it would, because I heard my husband say that every time one of these fine families left, the neighborhood was that much poorer. He said it meant a lot of money gone, because these men rented their farms an' spent the money they got in the big cities." "You can say what you please, "we're never going to have a fine neighborhood until we have real country schools." "Yes, an' now that you've quoted your husband, I'm going to quote mine. He said last night that we can do a tremendous amount of good improving our own schools, but that we should also move Heaven and earth to get our whole school system out of politics." "Good; you tell him we are all with him-J" tno. th as the doctors term it, has long been recognized as a military disease, which is especially liable to attaclCrecruits and even seasoned soldiers, jf they serve for long periods in foreign climes. A French scientist has published a book on the malady. He says, "The spmptoms of home sickness are preat mental dejection, loss of appetite, indifference to what is going on around, and irregular action'Jof the digestive organs." The bad effect t home sickness in an army v re first noted among Swiss soldiers -- some time ago. ,- -r The men were forbidden to sing or listen to their native melodies for fear of rousing in them an .overpowering longing for their mountain homes. A doctor writing at that period cited many instances of the serious results of sentimental music on soldiers campaigning far " ! things else. Keep your own secrets, if you have any. Many People In This Town never really enjoyed a meal until we advised them to take a Paull Drug Co. A Distress in the Stomach. There are many people who have a distress in the stomach after meals. It is due to indigestion and easily remedied by taking one of Chamberi1'1"1 Splendid Offer. further notice we will furnish The Adair County News one year, the Cincinnati Weekly Enquir Until er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, Farm and Fireside, semimonthly, one year; Maga. zine,monthly,oue year; and Household Journal, monthly, one year, all for $1.65. This is the best offer ever made by this office, and all who want reading matter should send their subscriptions to this office at once. To-day'- in OT'ilUlfY Pf i' Iff ' I 'Is s lain's Tablets after meals. Mrs. Henry Padghan, Victor, N. Y, writes: "For some time I was troubled with ache and distress in my htomach after eating, also with constipation. About six months ago I began taking Chamberlain's Tablets They regulated Mie 'before and after each meal. by us 25c a box. Paull D-u- Sold only a Co. Read Our Liberal Paper Offers ;-. action of my bowels and the headache and other annoyances ceased in a short time." For sale by Paull Drag Co. Adv - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE - 59 v Progress for the French troops ttie Southern Serbian front is The Suffrage amendment's were on "published Every Wednesday reported by the Paris War Office. defeated last Tuesday in New They are driving the Bulgarians - BY THE York, Pennsylvania and before them in the mountains in Have Removed Adair County News Company Strumitsa section and easily the The Republicans won a safe (Incorporated.) repulsed an attack near Krivolak To New on majority in electing members of on the railroad line in Serbia. CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. the New York Legislature. Superior -- forces "of Serbians They have a desirable location and will Three Republican Congress- have driven back the Bulgarians Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest pay the highest market price for all kincjs of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair men were elected in New York. advancing in the Nisiva valley and adjoining counties. : of Produce. McCall, Republican, was elec- toward Nish, announce as second ted Governor of New York. Entered at the Columbia ment from Berlin states Progress class mail matter. is known as Srong and Reliable and for Prohibition amendment was forjthe Bulgarians in other sec- The Firm v years has been dealing with the people of defeated in Ohio. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR tors js reported. Adair and adjoining counties. Premier Briand, in the minisCincinnati elected a Republi 10.1915 WED. NOV. can Mayor. Philadelphia also terial declaration of the new Bring on your stuff and get the CASH. French Cabinet, made elected a Republican Mayor. THE RESULT OF ELECTION- Republicans elected three said that France would not sign State Senators and will control a peace agreement "until after The election pulled off, last Tuesday, both Houses of the New Jersey her restoration by right of victoever run for Governor was the closest ry'' and until guarantees of a Monastir, are being held in Legislature. DR. JAS. TAYLOR, in Kentucky. While Mr. Stanley's peace were obtained. check near Prilip, about twenty-fiv- e Democratic ticket durable is small it is sufficient. The Full State majority Formal denial that Prince von miles northwest of Monastir, certified vote from every county in elected in Mississippi. Has located in Columbia Buelow, former German Chan- a Saloniki dispatch states. except Jefferson, which gave the State and will do a General the Democratic candidate 4,031 maA dispatch from Barbourville, cellor, who is now in Switzerland Berlin reports the capture of practice. jority, and giving the Republican can- dated November 6L says: "Judge intends to discuss possible peace 800 yards of a French trench on didates the doubtful votes, leaves a James D. Black, Lieutenant Gover- terms in Madrid and in WashingSrreer. near Massiges in the Champagne Office in Butler Building All 631 for Mr. Stanley. majority of nor-elect, was given a rousing ton, was issued by the German district. The current French reon Public Squarethe Democratic candidates for suborreception on his arrival here this Embassy in Madrid and in Wash port claims that the major pordinate offices wonjout, Mr. Black, for Lietenant Governor, leading the afternoon. Two brass bands and ington, was issued by the Ger- tion of the ground gained by the SAVE NOW nearly 100 automobiles were in man Embassy in Madrid. ticket. Germans in the Massiges sector The above information came from the procession which escorted A Paris dispatch declares that was regained in counter-attackheadquarters Monday him to the public square, where arrangements have been made to Democratic Field Marshal von Hindenburg's $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma morning at 10 o'clock. an informal welcome was given. keep the Serbian army supplied troops have pushed their way $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand The State jElection Commissioners Republicans and Democrats alike with munitions through Montenewill meet in Frankfort on the 22nd back to the line in the lake dis- Course, Time Unlimited, if you in the demonstation. gro. Other sources of supply of this month, count the vote, and the joined trict southwest of Dvinsk, from enroll on or before November 1st. Write today for catalog and $20. successful candidates will be awarded Nearly 1,000 Republicans voted have been largely cut off and the where they were obliged to with discount coupon No. 32. certificates of their election. for Judge Black in Knox Serbians have had to destroy draw recently under Russian Address, Take into consideration the slump county." large quantities of war material pressure, the German War OfH. O. KEELING, Pres. in the Democratic vote of the State Twelve men and girls are dead to prevent their capture. fice announces and you will conclude that Mr. StanBryant & Stratton Business College All buildings of millitary imand thirteen others are missing ley has run a remarkable race Prince von Buelow, former Louisville, Ky. The Republicans are still claiming as a result of a factory fire in portance in the strong hold of German Chancellor, is not in that Mr. Morrow has been elected, and Brooklyn, New York, last Satur- Kraguyevat were blown up by Switzerland on a peace mission, will probably not give up until the A revolt of Albanians in souththe Serbians before they evacday. y in Lucerne. he declared State Commissioners count the vote uated it. The correspondent of Serbia i3 reported He is not engaged in peace dis- western and award the certificates. prices have increased to a Berlin newspaper who wires Food cussions with anyone in that through Rome. An Albanian Germany, this news declares the de country, The Louisville Times of last an alarming extent in he stated, nor will he uprising of large proportions of the fortress Friday says: No election since especially among the laboring fenders visit Madrid or Washington on a would be likely to menace the refought with great bravery, de, guber- class. famous Goebel-Taylo- r the peace errand. He declared Ger- treat of the Serbian army, now fending their battered fortificacontest of 1899 has furnatorial many was united and was deunder attack in the North by tions to the last. The main Serinteresting aftermath nished the WAR SITUATION. termined to push the war to a bian army retreated in good orGermans and Austrians an in the as has the one held last Tuesday conclusion by force of arms. Ea3t by the Bulgarians. between Stanley and Morrow for Field Marshal von Hindenburg der. Advanced trenches in the Semi- official advices from the governorship. Since the has been forced to withdraw his recently Champagne district Bucharest received in Italy, acpolls closed not much of anything Hunting Reason Approaching. lines in the sector to the southby the Germans have been cording to a Milan newspaper,, taken else has been discussed, and west of Dvinsk, the important recaptured by the French, the declare that Rumania would enprobably more wagers on the re- city in the Dvina, at which his Pari J War Office announced toIt would be well for hunters ter the war on the side of the sult have been made since the troops have been driving for day. The major part of the Ger- or sportsmen, in addition to inEntente Powers only after 500,- election than before. While the many weeks, apparently abanman gain was canceled by the forming themselves, as to the 000 men had been landed by the Democratic managers have all doning his assaults on the city's it is asFrench counter-ttackof the State Game Allies. along stood pat on their claim defenses from the West and serted. Laws, to get in touch with the Sofia advices reiterate that Althat returns from every county southwest. The Austrian armies have fail- Federal restrictions regarding lied troops are being landed at showed the election of Stanley The Russians recently have ed in the counter attacks by migratory birds. The Depat-meand the entire Democratic ticket, been on the offensive in the Kavala Greece. The landing which they sought- to retake poof Agriculture has issued the first concession came from Dvinsk region and the latest forces are French, it is declared. sitions which the Italians capt a warning that Federal regulaThe further gains on both the the Republicans when they ad- Petrograd statement reported ured in their offensive movement tions as amended October 1st, yesterday that the progress for the Russian troops Isonzo and Carso fronts are Rome declares. mitted late 914, will be enforced this year claimed by Rome in the official rest of the Democratic ticket be- in the fighting here. Additional French troops, Par- in regard to all migratory birds, report on the Italian offensive sides Stanley, for Governor, had Berlin admits the capture by being landed at even in the States where laws An exceptionally is announcss, are been elected, and still maintain- the Russians of the village of opperarions. are in conflict with Federal regSaloniki. ing that Morrow had won for Mukulischki in the Dvinsk sec- strong line of trenches on the Resignation of the Zaimis Cab- ulations. The Government has Governor and giving the figures tor. Repulse of Russian attacks Podgora Height was pierced and inet in Greece is exppcted follow- studied the migration of birds to substantiate their claim. At at Uloukst and Garbunowka is passes, it is declared. Several by as no State or individual can, and Austria counter attacks were re- ing its defeat in the Chamber Democratic headquarters the reported. a vote of 17 to 114, dispatches the shooting restrictions have pulsed. Morrow figures were characterCapture of the city of Usitee, been based on such findings. from Athens state. Teutonic troops pressing the ized as ridiculous. or Uzice, in Northwestern SerEvery real sportsman will recogThe Zaimis Ministry has stood southward have capbia, is announced in the German Serbians nize the wisdom of these findings Constitutional amendment No. twenty for the policy of neutrality for and co operate in protecting cerreport on the campaign in the tured Kralievo, about of 1, received in Adair county 470 miles southwest of Cacak, along Greece, in contrast with that Balkans. The place is an tain birds for years to come, a votes against 582. Amendment its predecessor, headed by M. terminal town the railroad which runs from railroad entry closed season for years for No. 2, received 113 votes, against Northwestern Serbia to Nish, Venizelos, who favored the half way between Cacak, the some, indefinitely for insect-eatin- g 910. Mr. J. E. Leslie, who was of Greece into th war in support junction point taken recently by and approximately the same disbirds.short season for others Allies. the Progressive candidate for tance southwest of Kraguyevats. of Serbia and the Entente the Germans, and the Bosnian and restricted area for many. Commonwealth's Attorney, reKing Peter, of Serbia is reporttroops have stormed Bulgarian border, from which the Study the law before getting out ceived 240 votes in the county. ed in a message from Sofia to your gun. are advancing. Its capt- the town of Kalafat, thus reach The State election being over, ure marks the further throwing ing a point only about six miles have gone to the front to en courage hi? troops and take them When in Columbia leave your horse the Congressional fight will open. of the Teutonic offensive, line from' Nish. In Southern Serbia the Bui- - the news that the Allies were and baggy at W. H.. Wilson's. They Political campaigning never across a large front in Northern , Serbia. will be well cared for garians, who are marching upon. bringing them aid. stops. ADAIR COUNTY HEWS ELECTION ECHOES. S. H. their Grinstead & Co., Building Cross Street "r-- to-day- 's i Post-offi- to-da- y, F. H. DURHAM, Manager. But-fcesvil- le - $20.00 s. I to-da- - ' s, nt - 1 -- im-norta- nt Aus-tria- ns 44-- v -- - 1 - : THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Be r J. F. Dannehold, Pres. ( Merciful. C Treas. J. F. Dannehofd, Jr.. Pree-Pre- s. Geo. Twymanf5cc NO ALUM RAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar Absolutely Pure Dr. O. S Dunbar arid family were liere from Lebanon last Sunday. Mrs. W L Wilson and children, of Taylor county, visited relatives in CoBr B. F. Taylor and wife and )r. James Taylor and wife spent several lumbia several days of last week. days of last week at East Fork. There is that in the hearts of all men which awakens a sentiment of pity for the old farm horse; yet there are those who lack the proper con- Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co. MAIjST 1 siderations for him The horse works Strictly. Independent. DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. hard for us, and as a faithful servant I 24. 11 32 S. E. Cor. MaJni& Twelfth Street he should be kept when he gets old, good he has done. It seems for the JLOTJlSVm&E, KY. reasonableto believe that inasmuch as Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Best Light in City. Best Inspection. he gets only his living, he has done enough for his master to earn for him- Auction Sales Daily. Returns. Promptly Made. .Mark your hogheads, Main Street House. self a short rest in his last days When we see an old horse pulling more, than AUTOMOBILE GXVEN AWAY he is able, let us stop and ask ourselves whether we shall ever get old Write for Particulars. and be Torced to bear burdens too heavy for us. Let the old horse enjoy THE GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION. a bite of feed and a vacation. Rugby. -- street house INCORPORATED Sunday School Attendance. Methodist 125 91 To the People of Kentucky: Christian Baptist Presbyteiian United Brethren 94 39 33 Personals. , Miss Edna Lewis, who lias been visiting in Glasgow for the past month, returned last Wednesday. She was accompanied by her aunt, .Mrs S. Goodman, and cousin", ;: Mr. f Harry p Additional Locals. 4. Toll Gate The work on the Dixie Highway, from Jamestown to Russell Springs, is progressing rapidly. A gentleman who has just returned from Jamestown, stated that the road has been graded out 11 miles from that place, and that the rock crusher is being kept busy. Christmas, Birthday and Wedding Gifts. Premium Toilet Soaps and Shears-- all for $1 00; Fancy Pocketbooks, 75c. Louisville well, so writes Mrs Russell. years ago Mr. Henry each, worth 81.50. Many other BeauKore than fifty Mr. Walker Bryant and Mr. E M N. Smythe became the 'toll gate keep- tiful and Useful Presents, including Burton made a business trip to Louis-vil- l er on the Campbellsville pike, just in- Watches and Rings. Agents Wanted. side the corporate limits of Columbia. W. T. HODGEN; Box 232. ,, last week. Campbellsville, Ky. Mr. Smj the died seven or eight years Mr Mr. Goodman. " Removed. J. O. Russell stood his trip to 1-- tf. J. N. Conover returned from Monticello last Thursday, his wife remaining for the present. Their daughter, Mrs. Cosby McBealh, who spent several weeks in an infirmary at Cincinnati has not fully recovered, but is improving. Mr. W. M. Rodgers, representing the National Life and Accident Insurance' Company, was in Columbia ago, and his wife succeeded him as Evangelist Haly and Rev. O. P. keeper and continued to fill the position until a few days ago when she re- Bush, pastor of the Baptist Church, signed. A Mr. Bryant was appointed this place, closed a meeting at Mt. last Friday. Mr. Eugene Wethiugtou returned last Friday from a business trip to Ohio. Mrs. Rachel Giissom is visiting in I in her stead, and the gate was removed from the old stand to a "small house owned by Mr G. A. Smith, just this side of the iron bridge that spans Russell'sureek. Mr. Smith did not live in a tcil house, the cottage she and her daughters occupy being her own. Honor Roil. Gilead Sunday night. There were ten additions to the Church. Mr. E. M, Burton has bought the Elbert Moss property, in the mllbdis-tric- t, and will remove his family from Purdy to Columbia in a few days. The hunting season will open next the loth. It is reported that in some localities in Adair aeunty that quail is plentiful. Monday, The year is drawing to a close, and it is a custom of our people to turn aside a while in the autumn from their regular avocations of life in praise and thanksgiving to Almighty God for His many kindnesses and mercies. We have been blessed with peace and law and order, abundant crops, financial success and prosperity on every line. Health and happiness have been given to our people as much or more than ever before. While the war has devastated and desolated many nations in Europe, and millions of men have been killed and hundreds of millions of dollars have been expended, a Gracious Providence has enabled us to preserve friendship and comity with the nations in which we have to deal and to bestow aid and helpfulness to many in distress and in need. time-honored The election went off quietly here. The precinct went Republican by 22 votes, all except our neighbor, F. A. Strange, carried his precinct by 17 votes. Your scribe, Z. A. Hayse, and Dr. X. W. Scott were in Columbia last Wednesday. J. M. Shives and wife were visiting in Metcalfe county last week. This was the first time the house was left at night for 21 years. Can any one else beat the record? -- Little Rock, Ark. Mrs. John Lee Walker and her little son, John Ritchey, are vjsiting in Burkesville. Mr. S. D. Barbae, proprietor of the Campbellsville Hotel, and wife, were here last Sunday. Mr. Finis Rosenbaum, wife, and 'children, Mr. H. K. Taylor, wife and 'children motored to High Bridge and returned last Sunday. I Cane Valley School fourth month ' - - - Mr. Ernest Cundiff has left at this examination. office .a turnip which measures 26 inch8th Grade, es in circumference. It is well shaped Mattie Feese and firm. Mary M. Moore Mary Wilson Fat turkeys will be in demand about Rachel Feese, Columbia in a very short time. Frances Jones Thanksgiving will soon be here. Albert Woodrum : Fred MurreU. Circuit court will convene at Greens-bur- g , 6thGrao-eVi.frnHjx next Monday. 0 Our people are more and more appreciating the part they haye to play at a time when all the world is excited and aroused by Mary Mr. Frank Toliver, Lebanon, Tenn., was here Sunday. Monday morning he left for Jamestown where he had an appointment to buy mules. Mesdames Emily Burton and if an nie Johnson are visiting in Bradfords-ville- . John Russell, who has been making his home with Mr.' C. S. Harris for two years, left for Virginia last Monday. Mr. Mr. u. u uoit, Jamestown, was m Columbia Sunday, en route home from Louisville. Mr. D. D. Wilson, Horse Cave, Edna Moore Nancy Judd . Julia Dulworth Mary WJudd, "' . All box stalls at W. feed and livery stable. unprecedented disasters and distresses , and with a unanimity unparalleled- - all are hoping that God in His wisdom will decree II. Wilson's that our nation shall become the aiding and directing peacemaker 44-t- f. Atkinson ! spent Hancock Hotel. Coffey, Denmark, was Mr. Charles here Monday, Mr. Charles Blankenship, Sewellton, was in Columbia Saturday. Mr. Geo. S. Card well, traveling sales-- , man, out of Louisville, was at the Hancock HoterSunday.. Mr. C. A." Hammonds, Russell Springs, was here Monday, en route for a business trip to'Texas. i Sunday at the Ida Isbell, who had been visit- Russell Springs, was here Mon- On January 1, 1916, the day, en route to her home, Bowling gentlemen will be sworn in as the . Green. board of the town of ColumMr. C. S. Coffey, Denmark is visit-- f bia: Geo. M. Stevenson, T. E. Jeffries, ing a brother in Sb Josephs Mo. Sam Lewis, G. R Reed, A. O: Taylor.; G. W. Dillon, Breeding, was All five are enterprising men, and it Mr. is expected and believed that they We the first of the week. will do some valuable work for the Messrs. Guy Stevenson, Robert town during their term of office. Willis, Allie Tier, Marvin Perryman, and a Mr. Lee, all of the Lindsey, to The weather for the past two Veeks be present at a mee ing to .the State has been ideal for 1 arjn work and the young men's Christian Association. farmers have caught up'- - For some Mrs J P. Clayton, Montpelier, who days now they will be hauling in wood for their use during the winter. lias been seriausly 111, is improving. n,in Miss ache and distress in my stomach after constipation. About Mr. E. G Shaw, who is employed at eating, also with Campbellsville, was at home last Sun- six months ago I began taking Chamday. He reported that the brick-wor- k berlain's Tablets. They regulated the on the new Christian church and the brick work on the new Baptist church, action of my bowels and the headache that city, will soon be completed. They and other annoyances ceased in a are both magnificent buildings, the short time." For sale by Pauli Drug two costing, when completed, about Adv $50,000. But few towns of the popu- Co. lation of Campbellsville will be able to Kentucky Conference. boast of handsomer edifiices Besides these buildings, Mr Shaw reports that several attractive and ccstly resiThe first round of Quarterly Conferdences have recently been completed ence for the Columbia District., will in Campbellsville. . follows: following be as mu-micip- al Ruth Cundiff Henry A. Cundjff George Page. 2nd Grade Marguerite Staubury Margaret Cundiff Thelma yoore Bedelia Judd Zach Page Ralph Wilson Miller Wilson. of the world. Distress in the Stomach. Now, therefore, I, James B. There are many people who have a distress in the stomach after meals. McCreary , Governor of Kentucky A It is due to "indigestion and easily do hereby remedied by taking one of Chamber- lain's Tablets after meals. Mrs. Henry Padghan, Victor, N. Y , writes: "For some time I was troubled with designate Thursday, day of Novemthe twenty-fiftber, 1915, as a day of thanksgiving and prayer, and I invite the people throughout the State of Kentucky to cease from their usual occupations on that day and in their home and places of h W..S, Pickett, wife and chil - , dren, Bell and Cyntha, of Pyfus, visited at your scribes last Saturday and Sunday. They reported an epidemic of typhoid fever at Pickett. J. M. Shives, our hustling mer- chant, has recovered his dwell- - ' ing with a new rubber roof. He can now stay in the dry. Crit Janes has sold his interest in the Hayse farm to Z. A. Hayse for $200. Mr. Hayse, then sold the whole place to Albert Brummett, the amount is unknown. --We are glad to have Mr. Brummett with us and hate to give Mr. Janes up. Asa Warner has moved to Boh Simpsons. Glad to have you with us, neighbor. Our Sunday School is progressing nicely and F. A. Strange is one of the best Superintendents in the county. Last Wednesday a Mr. Phelps moving to Columbia from Loss-in- g Bottom, run ever a stump near Bob Strange's store, burst-e- d the skin on his face and mashed his hand and sprained a little girls arm and leg. The same place the day before a Mr. Allen and his wife, from Iowa had a narrow escape from death. -- : Clubbing Offer. 1 -- worship render thanks' to AlFor a short time we oiake the fol lowing- offer, one of the best we have-evmighty God. given to the readers of the News. In testimony whereof I have Here is the proposition: caused these letters to be made The Adair County News, . . Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, patent and the seal of the ComThe Housewife, monwealth to be hereunto affixed. Reliable Poultry Journal, ' Done at Frankfort, the fourth Farm Journal. day of November, in the year of All the papers for one,", except the last named and that will be sent 9 and 10. Liberty charge,-Nov- . our Lord one thousand, nine for five years. Columbia circuit, Nov. 11 and 12. hundred and fifteen. and in the 81.65 takes the entire lot. If yon Edmonton circuit, Nov. 16, 17 and one hundred and twenty-fourt- h want them subscribe at once. 18. year of the Commonwealth. Albany charge, Nov. 23, 24 and 25. Chamberlain's Tablets. Jas. Bj McCreary. All the official. members as well as This is a medicine intended espec " By the Governor," will please be present, it is all others ially for stomach troubles, biliousness vj C. F. Crecelius, Secretary of necessary as we want to get to work" and constipation. It is meeting with ' and with God's help make this the! State, much success and rapidly gaining- ia': best year for Kentucky Conference. By Guy F. Vansant. favor and popularity. For sale by O. B. West, Supt.;df Columbia- District. Adv." Assistant Secretary of State. Paull Drug Co. er - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS USING CONVICTS ON HIGHWAYS Many States Have Abolished Contract System of Work-- I ing the Prisoners '.WORK CONVICTS ON ROADS 2v m Frankfort, Ky. (Special) R. C. V&P'iiUr.JJML Terrell, Commissioner of Roads, when asked for his views regarding the employment of convicts on the roads of the state, granted the following interview on this subject: 66 "In recent years the convict labor problem has been one that has been given a great deal of attention, and they I can eat 'em all prison reforms have brought about a & won't hurt mel That's be study of conditions as they exist, with cause they're made with Calu IKCORPORATED a view of how they could be bettered, and that's why they're met and as a result, most of the States 522 & 524 W. Market Street pure, tempting, tasty, whole have abolished the contract system of that s why they won t some working the prisoners and have estab"Efficiency" has made our growth possible. hurt any kid. lished the more modern system of Received Hishett Awards using the convicts on the public highA'ra Cnt Etti FrtrStt Slip ways, and in the prisons for the purin Ptund Can. pose of preparing materials for the highways, and on other public works in the various States Reports from various Highway Departments over pONt the United States show conclusively Ze KiN? I!? that convict labor can be used to an advantage in road building and at a saving of both to the county and State MOT MADEBV in the cost of labor for this class of It is natural for a child to laugh and plete In the morning. work. play and when it sulks drowsily or After asatisfaction of this remedy all use cries you may depend on it something forms of short "In the biennial report of Jlr. T. F. aid can be dispensed physical is the matter. If you see no with and outside will again act alone. nature Tynan, Warden of the State Penitenevidences of a serious ailment you will All classes of good American people not be wrong if you quietly give it a tiary of Colorado for the y6ar 1912, it dose of mild laxative that evening on keep it in the home for ills of the Is shown that there was built one hunstomach, liver and bowels, and among putting it to bed. the thousands n The remedy most generally recom- doctor that theywho have written the miles of road dred and will never be without mended for this purpose is Dr. Caldthrough the mountain sections of that well's Syrup Pepsin, which mothers it are Mrs. J. "W. Haynes, Brady, Ky., and throughout the country have been giving Mrs. E. L. Weeks, 1744 W. 2nd St. State, at a saving, according to his estheir children for a quarter of a cen- Owcnsboro. Ky. A dose of it has saved timate, of $223,479.56; that the average tury. Today thousands of families are many a person from a serious Illness. using It where hundreds used it then, cost per day per man for the laborers and there must be good reason for this Anyone wishing to make a trial of this engaged in this class of work was 32c. walls." word of mouth recommendation. remedy before buying it the regular He further states that the convicts Is admittedly the It children, women, perfect laxative way of a druggist at fiftyincents or one for old people and all dollar a large bottle (family size) can were able to do the work of not only others who need a gentle bowel stimu- have a sample bottle sent to the homo BUILDING GOOD ROADS ordinary laborers, but some were lant and not a violent salt, cathartic free of charge by simply addressing Dr. , pill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's "W. B. Caldwell. 405 "Washington St. More than 80 counties in Kenfound able to perform the seryices reSyrup Papsin will act gently, and when Monticello, 111. Tour name and address building experienced men in drilling, quired of tucky are actually at work taken before retiring will bring com- - on a postal card will do. ttTBW& blasting, laying masonry, roads under state supervision and cwv and other skilled labor. With with state aid. Twenty other counsuch labor commanding a salary of ties have asked for and been grantthat every chair upholstered or from 2 to $5 per day, this without a ed such aid and are now preparing state-wid- e road doubt, shows that convict labor can to begin work. The plain, is rife "with germs that building movement is on in earnest, be used to advantage on heavy condo not Cheap and big canBakingPowders struction work, and in places where and it is here to stay. kill. I will drill wells in Adair and more or less permanent camps can At the two penitentiaries, at and far superior to sour milk and soda be maintained. "Frankfort and Eddyville, there are Primitive man was very much "Virginia also has succeeded In this adjoining counties. See me be 2,000 men convicts. A large proon the jump. He was so spry on undertaking, as is shown by the reportion of that number are phyMake no haste to be rich if sically capable of working on the sults. For the past nine years conLatest imhis feet that heart and kidney fore contracting. victs have been used on the public roads. Instead of being so worked, you would prosper, highways of this State, and Mr. P. St. they are let out to prison condisease, appeendicitis, and indi- proved machinery of all kinds. tractors at an annual loss to the J. Wilson, former State Highway ComSave when you are young to missioner, and now the Assistant Distate. gestion were not able to work rector in the United States Office of At the coming election, a constiPump Repairing Done. Give spend when you are old. him into a corner and land a Public Roads at Washington, D. C, tutional amendment to work the constated that more than 1,600 men were victs on the roads is to be voted on. Superb How to Prevent Croup. footwork me a Call. knockout. used on the public highways of VirIt has been twice submitted by the ginia in the year. 1913; that from forty General Assembly and once adoptIt may be a surprise to you to learn saved our ancestors from degenwere grouped together to seventy-fiv- e ed by the people. That adoption that in many cases croup can be pre- eration at 40. C. YATES in, a single camp separate camps be was nullified by a failure to advervented. Mrs. H. M. Johns, Elida, O , ing maintained in each county and tise the amendment within the pre that the cost of clothing and feeding scribed 90 days. The necessary ad- relates her experience as follows: "My Walk. Don't stroll; go at a vertising has now been done. The them, and general maintenance of the croup. During pace men was 52c per day for a period of whole question is in the hands of little boy is subject to that will stretch the stagparpast winter I kept a bottle of years; that the men were not the the voters, and both political three A Splendid specially selected, but that the road ties have declared for adoption Chamberlain's Cough Eemedy in the nant muscles and rock the vital 'forces were made up of prisoners as in theL state platforms. Clubbing Bargain house, and when he began having that organs that were not intended to tney were presented at the prisons; The prison contractor is opposed croupy cough I would give him one or sleep 24 hours a day. The to adoption. It will put an end to We Offer that men who were physically weak, first or even cripples, were often sent out his profits. Organized labor is a two doses of it would break the athe Adair County News as part of the road force. He further unit on wanting to see the .amendsign of life is action; the first tack. I like it better for children ment adopted. It will put an end states that the contractors who conand to convict competition with free tracted for the work had very frethan any other cough medicine be symptom of death is sluggishquently offered $1 per day for men labor. It will put men at work on The Cincinnati cause children take it willingly, and ness. furnished by the State. the roads where there is now a For sale by it is safe and reliable.5' scarcity of labor. Under our present system In KenWeekly Enquirer Fifteen active minutes in the Adv. tucky the State receiyes the magnifi In the state of Virginia, it was" Paull Drug Co. cent sum of 75c per day per man emfound that convict labor effected a open air daily is the best insurBoth One ployed, under contract, and the State saving of $1,500 a mile in the cost Year of building roads. In a score of live (misfortune excepted) ance against doctors' bills. is required to feed and clothe the prisEver oners and a great many of the prisother states, where this labor is For Only within yovr income. oners are let at a lower figure than used, it has been demonstrated that Subscription may be roads can be built with contract that stated above. Beware of Cheap Substitutes. When you speak to a person "Kentucky could possibly save from labor at half the cost of free labor. new or renewal twenty to thirty per cent of the money Convict labor on the roads has him in the face. look In these days of keen competition What the Weekiy Enquirer is expended for road work under the proved good for the state and good could It is important that the public should for the convict. It has helped him State aid plan, if the convicts It la. issued every Thursday, subscripphysically and morally. It has, in be used on the public highways, and see that they get Chamberlain's Cough tion price 51.00 per year, and It Is One Of many instances, restored him to i us In the preparation of the materials Feonle Sav the best home metropolitan weeklie of toEemedy and not take substitutes sold good citizenship, and a convict re'which go into the highways. It would day. It has all the facilities of the great "I cannot eat this or that food, it does stored to good citizenship is an be possible ' to establish not agree with me." Our advice to for the sake of extra profit. ChamDAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the camps in the various counties all of them is to take a asset; a convict released to follow world's events, and for that reason can berlain's Cough Remedy has stood the the leadingwhere limestone is available In large a life of crime is a liability. gmjoSSU Dyspepsia test and been approved for more than giue you allgrtat,omount news. It carries of valuable farm a carries a quantities and prepare this material If Kentucky wants the advantages matter., crisp edltorirls and. reliable up-- t - 'for road building, ready to be deliv- by Paull Drug forty yearsr-'Porsal- a that come from convict labor on date market reports. Its numerous afr before and after each meal. 25cabox. Co. ered by rail or motor truck to roads the roads, all that will be necessary Adv partmenta make it a necessity to every PauU Drug Ce. will be to vote Yes for the amendunder construction, and these camps ome, farm or business man. practically the lould be maintained ment. If Kentucky prefers to let This grand offer Is limited and we advise entire season. the prison contractor get richer at Do not marry until you are you to take advantage by subserib'ng for Try Walking. "In Edmonson County, Kentucky, her expense by continuing in effect the above combination right now. Call there exists an unlimitable deposit of able to support a wife. a system of slavery, the amendment or mail orders to e asphalt, which Is a hard rock will be defeated. The Adair Cunty News, the fineBt road making materBut the voter who goes to the ial known containing from seven to polls and fails to vote on the. amendThe arm chair will get you if Columbia, Ky. Our Advice Is: nine .per cent of bitumen or asphalt ment will overlook an opportunity iyou don't watch out! n, Mark When you feel out of sorts from base. This material has an overburto do his county and the state good let ua say that if s den of from ten to twenty feet of soil, service. 'sand or rock, and lies la a horizontal Twain proved by statistics that Keep good company or none. ROBERT J. McBRYDE, JR., strata of from six to twenty feet in thickness. Wonld it not be a fine, President Kentucky ,Gbod Roads lying in bed was the mostdeadly do sot relieve your Me a phyea, Never be idle. thing to establish here a permanent Association.- because bo other bos remedy wffl. convict camp, "where they could be of occupations. Now the United Bold only by us, 10 ceatc Keep yourself innocent if you used in the stripping of this material, Paull Drug Ce. loading would be happy. .quarrying and pulverizing and States Public Health service tella jt ready for shipment to the counties Kentucky Could Possibly Save From Twenty to Thirty Per Cent of the Money Expended For Road Work on the Public Highways Says Commissioner Terrell. fifty-seve- of the 'Commonwealth? The actual cost of production, or even a reasonable per cent of profit coUIdbe charged by the State for the material, and at the same time very materially reduce the cost for use in road construction, and insuring to the counties for their limestone, macadam, or other hard surfaced roads, a "splendid, long lifed surfacing material, that is dustless, noiseless, durable and at the Other camps same time water-proomight be established for the purpose of preparing limestone as stated above, and still others for the manufacture of. brick to be used in the surfacing of roads, and a very efficient organization might be had for the placing of concrete Toads as is now being used in Illinois, Georgia, and other States where that type of road Is being constructed. "The men become skilled in the performance of their duties, and this, while preparing them for a better existence when they have completed their term, also reduces the possibility of breaking up the organization by men quitting. Another important fac tor to be considered is the reduction of the cost, the reducing of the cost making It possible for all the counties in the state not merely the rich counties but practically all of them, to construct permanent roads. When one stops to consider that there are on9 hundred and twenty counties in Kentucky, most of them having a road fund ranging from $500 to ?5,000, while less than ten have a road fund of more than $20,000, it is quite an easy matter to understand the advantage that convict labor would furnish these counties, where funds are limited, in the securing of permanent types of road. "The convict labor would not come In competition with free labor, for without it the counties would be compelled to build a cheaper type of road, and in many instances would not be able to build at all, while, with the convict labor, better and more durable types of road could be constructed, as well as a more durable type of bridges. Even in the fabrication of steel material for the longer span bridges these could be obtained at a much cheaper figure, with the convict labor, than they could be done by contract. "In summing up the advantages to the counties and to the state, one should not overlook the big advantage to the convict himself the wholesome labor bettering him, mentally, morally and physically a much more healthy occupation than that which he would find inside the prison f. out-of-do- Visitors to Louisville Looking For Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Are never disappointed when they visit our store. No bigger stock, no better values anywhere "Most for your Mon- - ' ey" is our Motto. We compete- - successfully with catalouge offers and in many iustances give better values. Write to us if you are not able to visit Louisville & ' Cv ,:w Oh Look! Biggest Carpet and Rug Store Hubbuch Bros. Wellendorff, i2 & The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative i black-smithin- g, ms WELL DRILLER J. - $1.35 -- io semi-permane- yg22s-- i Tablet sand-Iston- cooati-patio- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS CLEAR THE CHANNEL HENRY W. DEPP, DENTISTL Am permanently located in Cou lumbia. All Classes of Dental t J J J B B B B Saved Girl's Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have Black-Draugh- re- - B ceived from the use of Thedford's t," writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without J J J J J J B B J ! work done. Ci-o- de and Inlay work a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed Office over G. W. Lowe's Shoe Store J. B. Stoke J. H. Stone BLack-DraugH- T in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, db ggl reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. ijp If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Stone & Stone. a B J S Attoney-At-La- w Q Will practice, in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky J B . B L. H. HE USED A BOY .. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Jones T MMIM $$ixSx$txt Woodson Lewis GREEISrSBXJRG, IKY. Offers Woven Wire Fence, Galvanized Wire and Barbed Wire at 20 per cent. less than Market. Galvanized Roofing, Guaranteed Rubber Roofing at less than Market. He is selling a great many articles in these lines at less than wholesale price. Write for prices. AH Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. - er hand under his chin. The lecturer looked steadily at the people before him for a moment before he remarked Office impressively: "You see 1 have put one hand under the boy's chin. I did that so that I might divide his head from his body for you. If you were to take all of this boy that lies below the hand under his chin and train it and educate it as carefully as possible, what would it sell for In the market where men. are bought and sold? It would bring about $1.50 a day. Tou'd have a flne strong day laborer, wouldn't you? "Now let's see what about the rest of this boy, the small portion between my two hands, his head. Suppose we give it real training. Suppose we give that hidden part we call the brain, a real, strong, flne education. What's the boy worth now? Can you buy him in the market where men are bought and sold for $1.50? You have lifted him absolutely out of that class and the price he can command has grown immeasurably. "What I've been striving to do Is to make you see what possibilities He In the boys and girls everywhere. I want you to think of the little school houses throughout the State as training places for this limitless portion of each child's life. I want you to see to It that your children and your neighbor's children have a place where this training may be done at Its best." jz Specialist ... . o tj ti special atitiubiou giveu xMseases ui au -- - T. & Domestic Animals at Residence, 1 mile of town, on Jamestown road. Phone 114 G. Columbia, Ky. "taJdence Phone-1- B Business Pho e 13' DR. J. N. MURRELL iDENTIST Front rooms 'in Jeffries BTd'g up Stairs. Office, The lecturer was striving to give his audience a vivid idea of the value of a thorough education. He evidently felt that he had not said enough to Columbia, - Kentucky Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 . Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. s Mason Fruit Jars, Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. Half Gallons 70c. International Harvester Company's 8 Disc Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spreaders at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices.j I. H. C. Prices. $ be absolutely convincing for he paused and after looking over the audience, asked: "Will somebody in my audience let me have a small boy on the platform for just a moment or two? Somehowor other I feel that you don't get the great importance of education in this rapid age in which we live. "We must have better educated boys and girls if we are to keep abreast of the times." youngWhen he had a bright-eyester by his side, the man put one hand on top of the child's head and the oth d Notice to the Public General BlacKsmithlng Buggy, Carriage and Waffon Repairing neatly done. - All kinds of Rubber Tires put on. Spec! Prices right and attention to Horse Shoeing. satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depots , UNTIE HIS HANDS Wj J i PH0NEIN0.I75 JEFF PARSON, Campbellsvllle, Ky s M I MJ ITfAr, International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands li ,F'My COULD HELP HAN&S UUrf5.IT "" Hill MftT at 10 per cent. less than Prices. Prices good while stock lasts We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood Smoothing Harrows. Yours For Your Good Will, I. H. C. Dr. James Triplett DENTIST OVER PAXTISU DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. RES PHONE 30. OFFICE PEONI'll TIN WORK. I am prepared to do any kind of Tin Work, Eooflng, Guttering, &c. I make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythinG in my line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. S. E. Bridgwaters, Clubbing Offer. All the official members as weiras" For a short time we make the fol all others will please be present, it is lowing offer, one of the best we have-evgiven to the readers of the News, The first round of Quarterly Confer- necessary as we want to get to work and with God's help make this the Here is the proposition: ence for. the Columbia District will best year for Kentucky Conference. The Adair County News, O. B. West, be as follows: Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, Supt. of Columbia District. The Housewife, Creelsboro charge, Nov. 2, 3 and 4. Reliable Poultry Journal," Columbia Station, Nov. 6 and 7. ' Woodson Lewis, GKREENSBimG, $&&&&&$ Surveying Landowners Attentien. $$xMt$ C. D. KT5T. V Vlll. 1. 'J. Ml '1i n V X tt'AVlJlla& JHBVHMHBmV Crenshaw Kentucky Conference. er VETERINARY SURGEON 7 ! ' C. Faulkner, He has is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. thirty-thre- e f years Special Ftatalo, Poll-evi- l, experience. Charges reasonable. L Attnctln t Eyes ar.-rio- Phone 74 or V TVC.-Faulkner write lolambla. 1a wellfoed te take'care ef stec1c."Ve e wfeea work m aeM er sleek removed from stables. LKATmr-KEA- wrk done at fair prices . IEB Spavin or any K. 1MIES 1ESIMKE tK MHKITItlE STttlT. and 10.-Columbia circuit, Nov. 11 aad;12. - . A few trios of Black Spanish chick-r..l-- ' -- - -- wl Edmonton circuit, Nov. 16, ' 17 and Mrs. E. L. Feese, 18. Columbia, Ky. Box 173. P.O. Albaay charge, Nov. at, Mand X. - Libertr charge, Nov, 9- - Far ale. -- - -- - & Farm Journal. All the papers for one, except the last imaged and that will be ,se6', for five years. $1.85 want tfeem subscribe at once. takes the eat ire lo& If yoqy .' -- "i.; - "" " .8 Gradyville. We are needing rain. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Hog wail low News. Cricket Hicks is preparing' to warm his feet as soon as the weather gets cold enough. Atlas Peck has returned from the Calf Ribs neighborhood. He was accompanied home by a cow. close bystanders could hear it. Dr. L. C. Nell was at Greens-bur- g last Wednesday. L. W. T. . Ed Hill, student of S. of Columbia, spent Sunday at home. s. W. G. Pickett, of Kemp was in our midst last Tuesday. Allen Rose spent a few days here last week looking after his milling interest. J. F. Pendleton, of Greens-burwas in our town last Wednesday looking after hogs. Joel Rodgers returned to his home, last Tuesday, at Roach-villto cast his vote for the Democratic party. Uncle Gaither Bryant, of section, called in to see us last Friday morning. He is looking well to the age he is and gets around fine, Drs. B. F. and James Taylor and their wives spent a few days of last week at their old home at East Fork. Mrs. Frank Furkins, of Weed, spent several days of last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Curry, of our city. ' C." M. Hindman sold to Charles n Sparks, of our city, the mail man, a combined mare. Mr. Sparks thought she was to good to put on the mail route and therefore he sold her. Robert 0. Keltner, W. L. Grady and G. E. Nell and their families are now residing in their new homes, alias happy as larks. Alfred Parson and family, wilL in a few days, move to their new home in Portland. Mr. Parson has had his property overhauled and it looks like a different place. It puts on the appearance of a new dwelling alto' . . A dollar unjustly gained can i Miss Flutie Belchfir has writ not be justly kepf . i ten to the wholesale millinery Leap before you look and you houses at Chicago, asking to be will loot foolish. shown all their new styles in One may be as good as the hats, as she wants to select one next in a barber shop. before they are all picked over. On the ocean of life maDy .peoplLuke Mathewsla and Jefferson e-sail under false colors. Potlock were seen talking priIt sometimes happens that a vate business in a fence corner man is married to hi 3 boss, today. Slim Pickens tried to those written in favor of smokslip up close and hear what they ing. saying but "when they saw weire And some jokes are solemn him they stopped talking. enough to make an undertaker Dog Hill church has been The gron. kept open during the week days, Many a man's worth is not dis for the benefit of the general covered until his will is read. public, in accordance with a The is apt to movement that has been started think that alimony means all the by the big city churches, but money. r will hereafter have to be kept If some men Avere.to lose their closed except on Sundays, un'self conceit there'd be nothing less the hog law is enforced. left. ex-husba- RIVER PILOT TELLS HOW REL.EF CAME Louisville tteamboatman scribes Recovery De- Via-Tanla- c. Fit Smith's two dogs followed him to the still house yesterday but got tired of waiting and went home. ' Atlas Peck went to preaching g, at e, last Sunday., He came away glad that the preach-e- r didn't get pay by the hour. Dog Hill Pet-tisfo- rk The postmaster is making all necessary preparations to sweep out the postoffice, as the inspect- Kind words never die, but the unkind live quite long enough. Idealize a woman and she doesn't care if she isn't under-- stood. If it wasn't for our enemies life would be awfully onous. monot- well-know- gether. We are glad to note that Joel Rodgers and family will move to our city in a few days. We are glad to have them with us. i fc ; Our school is progressing fine. Our children, one and all are getting alone fine with all their studies. Prof. George Aaron is one of the best teachers in the county. If you will come out on Saturday night, Nov. 13th, and hear our children's exercises and the good music, both vocal and you will be instrumental, fully convinced that the report of your reporter is correct. Come and hear. The fire alarm was turned on in our city last Thursday, the fourth, about ten o'clock, and to our surprise the dwelling of E. Every-- i R. Baker was on fire. thing that could be done by the bucket brigade was done. The dwelling and all its contents was soon consumed by the flames. Mr. Baker had a small insurance on his property, nothing like its worth. The fire originated from a defective flue in the cook room. We have not learned what Mr. Baker's intentions are in regard to rebuilding. n Died, on the 4th, a old man in this community, to- wit, EdFrankum, with coneump- ' tion. He resided in the Kemp. community. well-know- Among other pipe" lines are or is feared within a few days. ed which, he avows, are the best ed into. evidences of a real education. Raz Barlow reports having Follies of youth are drafts on spent a' pleasant day atlTickville If you can answer "yes" to all old age, the payments of which Thursday where he ate two cans the' questions you are trujy edare jmperative.- professor says. Here of sardines and saw a pretty ucated, the As man isn't necessarily an are the questions: woman. because he doesn't Has education given you symThe Excelsior Fiddling Band care to talk about himself. He. will serenade Poke Eazley to pathy with all the good causes may be afflicted with modesty. night as he was seen coming and made you espouse them? Brave Fighters. from the Hog Ford still house Has it made you public spirited. Has it made ypu a brother to today with a fresh jug. n the weak? During a sea fight the engine Little Fidity Flinders got a Have you learned how to make room men tend the great ng'nes new-paiof shoes Wednesday of a battleship with all the care and is preparing to wear them friends and keep them? over to Bounding Billows to show Do you know what it is to be that they would bestow upon the same delicate yet mighty mechana friend yourself? them to his grandma. Can-yolook an honest man ism in time of peace, roaming While over at Tickville the listlessly, yet with a definite purother day the Old Miser of !Mus-k- or pure woman in the eye? pose, around the engine room Ridge encouraged a blind Do you see anything to love in with oil cans in hand, bestowing man by asking the price of the a little child? drops of lubricant here and there shoestrings he was selling. Will a lonely dog follow you as required. Theirs and the Fletcher Henstep has traded in the street? stokers' is almost not quite for a new cow. He got the best .Can you be and the hardest part of the whole of the bargain as he swopped a happy in the meanest drudgeries grim drama of a naval, battle, for cow that had only one horn for of life? they are absolutely cut off from one that had two good ones. Do you think that washing the fight, and are only cognizant The postmaster sees where dishes and hoeing corn is just as of it by the quivering of their the government is about to lend compatible with high thinking as ship as the great turrets over the allies a half billion dollars. piano playing or golf? their heads fire, , or as the en He thinks we had better mind Are you good for anything emy's shells thud against the ar mor, or when some stray shot how we let strangers have mon- yourself? finds its way through the steel ey. Can you be happy alone? wall and the bunkers to the boilIn giving his opinion of the Can you look out on the world ers. 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