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Chandler, the new pastor of the Meth odist Church. The affair was held at the churce which was beautifully deco rated with chrysanthemums by the good ladies of the congregation and a large concourse of friends was present to enjoy the occasion The good minister and his family were the re cipients of many presents, including a fine overcoat and other wearing apparel, a fountain pen, canned fruits, vegetables, flour, chickens and most all the edibles that the season affords, all of which overflowed the parson's kitchen. Mr. Chandler very much appreciated the splendid reception his congregation tendered him, and his friends took a pride in extending it Campbellsville News-Journal. On the Road to Recovery. Body Found in Ohio River. Mr. Shelby VanHoy, of Cane Valley, received a telegram from Louis- Springs Reds. at the High School In an exciting game of basket ball Gym Friday night, the local High School team defeated Russells Springs 28 to 23. The game was smooth, but exciting throughout. Nob a decision was questioned. The local team was much lighter, but were able to find the basket often enough to win. For High School, Lewis got 6 field goals; Antle 3 field goals; Acre 2 field goals; Dunbar 1 field goal. Antle pitched i fouls For Russell Springs, Han-mongot four goals, Wilson 2, Calhoun 3, Smith 1. Russell SpriDgs pitched 3 fouls Every body enjoyed the game hugeld y- The High School will play Monti-cell- o High School at that place next Saturday night, and Monticello will play the High School here on Thanksgiving night. The meeting at the Presbyterian church has now been in progress more than a week, two services a day being held, 2 o'clock in the afternoons and 7 o'clock at evenings. The evening services are largely attended and the day services fairly well. Dr Brown, an evangelist, whois'doing the preaching, is delivering strong sermons, and the speaker is given the closest attention, every body being pleased with the forcible manner in which he delivers Bible truths. The song service is being led by Mrs. Ernest Flowers, and the choir is made up of members of the different Churches of town. At this writing it is not known when the meeting will close, but it will evidently continue through . this week. Public Sale. Dr. C. M. Russell, who was with his uncle, Mr. J. O. Russell, who passed through a dangerous ordeal at St. Anthony Hospital, Louisville, returned last Wednesday night, Mr. Russell having been pronounced out of danger by the operating surgeon. Br. Russell states that the operation was difficult, but done most skillfully. When he left Mr. Russell's bedside the patient was cheerful, able to read the newspapers. While all indications point to a permanent cure, Dr. Russell says that it will be three or four weeks before Mr. Russell will leave the hospital for home. He has comfortable quarters, a suit of rooms and a special nurse besides Mrs. Russell, who is with her husband all the time. ville Monday evening that the body his son, Jake VanHoy, had been found in the Ohio river at that place. No particulars given We understand that the young man had been making his home in Marion county. Later: The Louisville Times states that the body of VanHoy bor no marks of violence and appeared to . have been in the water about 48 hours. He w as last seen at the Sev.nth Avenue Hotel where he was registered on Nov. 5th. M. Rey Yarberry identified the body and his father was notified. VanHoy was married to Miss Lucile Elder, of Sr. Mary, on the 22nd of September. of There are but few people who live in Columbia know that a cave runs On account of the continuing dry through a portion of the town. Buck Wheal. weather we have been forced to post1 About fifty years ago Dr. S. B. On Saturday, November 27, 1915, pone our opening sale of the Greens- Field, who owned the property in public auction, at my reswill sell at I have 100 bushels of buck wheat burg Tobacco Market, from Monday, which Mr. Geo. H. Nell resides, comCoffee, Coffee, Coffee. idence in Columbia, the following: 1 bay horse 7 years old, nice driver; 1 for sale, at $1 per bushel if taken in- Nov., 15th as previously announced menced having a well dug in the corpair good driving ponies: 1 nice set side of sixty days from this date. It until Nov. the 29th Farmers will do ner of his barn lot, the barn standing If you want to get your money's double harness and pole; 1 saddle. is a grain that every farmer should well to have some good tobacco on on the'corner opposite where Mr. W, worth, ask for a package of Bob White bridle and harness: a lot of household grow so if you want seed now is your this opening sale, as we have the prom- C. Murrell now lives. The hands had Coffee. Price only 25c. per pound and ise from the tobacco people of a good gone down about fifteen feet when furniture: 5 bedsteads, 5 sets of chance to get it at low price. a Premium with each package. C. S. Harris they struck a hollow. Upon investi market. springs, 5 mattresses, 4 heating stoves, For Sale by the Following 1 oil stove, 2 dressers, 3 tables, 5 rockgation id was iouna to be of some Merchants: magnitude, and the whole town gathing chairs, 2 sets of chairs, 1 graph- - Bte Basket Ball Game For ThanksFoot Bail. ered upon the spene. The writer, W. Albin Murray, P. O. Columbia Ky. ophone, 1 kitchen cabinet, 1 clock, 1 giving Night. " " nice side board and other things. C. Murrell, then small boys, and C.H.Sandusky, " The foot ball game at this place last another boy, whose name can not be " " " M. Herriford. C. McLean Bros, The fast team from Monticello will Saturday afternoon between Hodgen- - recalled, concluded to explore Joppa, Ky W. W. Kirtley, " the play our local High School team here ville and Xi. W. T. S. was a one sided cavern. They " Gradyville, Ky. E. R. Baker, entered at the opening Our boys affair, the score standing 85 to noth- of well started by Dr. Field, and We are now approaching winter and on Thanksgiving night. Frank Hutchison, "Cane Valley, Ky. will play the Monticello team there ing in favor of the Lindsey boys. " will soon be confronted by as bad "" " walked and crawled to what was J. R Smith, known then as the Milton P. Wheat . Mrs. C. H. Jarvis, Coburg, Ky. roads as can be found. ifi the State For next Saturday night, Nov. 20th residence, located where InHolmes, Ky. several years this paper has done its To Rain began to fall J. A. Riall; the Teachers of Adair County. evening and continued last Saturday gram's store now stands.Walter D. M. Moore, Garlin, Ky. best to bring about more desirable conuntil Monday At this ditions, but up to date, little acMoore & Co., morning with a cold, disagreeable point they came to a basin and disPellyton, Ky. complished that is really encouragPelley & Ellis, hereby request the teachers of wind following The creeks, in many covered that a well was walled from I Purdy, Ky. ing. The people of this county say Adair county to find out in their re- places, overflowed and submerged which water was pumped The boy G. T. Burton, Wood C. Evans, Dunnville, Ky. they want good roads, they have said spective schools the boys between the considerable corn in the low lajidsjwhoseria.me can not now be remem R. Hagan&Son, 'Greensburg, Ky. this for many years and yet nothing ages of ten and eighteen who will join Fortunately the bulk of the crop had bered, got in the well and climbed to Arch MaElroyTCo., Burdick, Ky done. There was a proposition to the Adair County Boys' Corn Club for been gathered and as a whole the the top, stepping out upon land, it being an old time well. J. D. Hammond, P. O. Brady, Ky. borrow money and build the main 1916. Then the teachers will please damage is not heavy. W. C Murrell and the writer then Ky. roads of the county, but it was forward the names and addresses of S. A. Antle, Russell Springs, O. Yuma, Ky. overwhelmingly voted down last Sep- these boys to the County SuperintendWe would be glad if the correspond- retraced their steps, coming out at J. T. Weatherford, P. tember. It was contended by those entG. A. Marple, R. R. No. 1, of ents to this paper would send their the place from which they started. We jnust have twenty-fiv- e Campbellsville, Ky. who voted for the issue of bonds that these boys att least. A suitable re- communications regular. For several Wooing.. it was the best and the only way to ward or prize will be awarded the boy weeks letters have been falling off, W. T. Hendrickson & Son, P. O. Irene, Ky. secure any appreciable milage of good who will raise the most corn on an and we want to hear from every With Woodrow wdoing over mutch, Do not wait to write a long H. C. Stephenson, " Miami, Ky. roads in any reasonable time. Up to acre of land This year the prize was Where all is nice and novel, W. N. Hughes, P. O.Edmonton, Ky. this date no opponent of the bond a free ticket to the State Fair In those letter, but when you have two or 'Tis allee samee same in Dutch, As spooning in a hovel. Mrs. J. V. Yates, P. O. Gascon,' Ky. proposition has ever shown a way to counties where clubs were organized. three items of news mail them, , is a way it Let us begin in time to make this Was ever Pries? or Potentate, build our roads. If there 3 It. Secure from Cupid's darts, ought to be discbvered and the roads matter a success1 Mr. Robert Judd, who was engaged As our greatest maaof State, We will soon be paying a With other carpenters in putting up a The safest kind of farming is that built. , Tobias Huffaker, Woodrow the man of parts. f " . which makes it possible for the farm- heavy mud tax and the truth Is, there" Superintendent "A- - C. S. residence in the jCqburg section, fell Then Woodrow row your nuptial boat, f roofthe. building, last Wednesday, er and his family to live well. Even is no escape from it. unles we borrow" ' Though brakes and bars abound, The News being the only paper pub-- '' and was badfy hurt. He was convey-- Keep your filial craft afloat, if large crops which must be turned' money and build, Nor ever fun aground. lished in Columbia and reaching the ed to his home, in.Can& Valleyj "and into cash are produced, unless a large" An attempt wasmade, a few nights best pe'ople fn every community in Dis. Hancock' and- - Atkinson are at- May love and happiness abide, also portion of the food and feed be Ana "uncie sam" ne caim, grown most of the cash must be used ago, by thieves, to enter A R. Foley's this part of the State certainly ought tending him Let no misfortune ere betide, doubtless brandy house, located near Russell to appeal to the merchants of this to buy the necessities which The Lion or the Lamb, Mr. Ed Phelps and family have re. could have been raised cheaper than Springs. In attempting to cut bolts, town if they hope or desire to increase thieves made a nois which aroused the present value of business. Dis- moved from Cumberland county to Now row your nuptial craft with care, the cash crops. It is not the amount the With nere a hitch or halt, of cash we handle that gives us profit, Mr. Foley. He started to the house play goods in the windows are in reach Columbia and occupy the old Bap- You'll reach the harbor never fear, and the thieves made their escape. of those who pass by while, placed in tist parsonage, on Greensburg street. Secure with Mrs. Gait. but the amount above the cost of production and marketing. We enjoy They dropped the bolt cutter which the News are presented to several Mr. Phelps expects to buy a farm close Then may you long preside in State, thousand who must buy. If you want to Columbia, as he has nine children From care and sorrow free, that which gives us the greatest com- was picked up by Mr. Foley. There live to love and hospitate, to increase your sales seek new cus- to educate. fort and convenience. Mr. Upton Grider, with a crew of In Washington, D. C. tomers and you can't do this without J. T Jones, published from Melvin hands, has been getting out rock neai spending some money. It costs to adMr. J. E. Flowers, who has been In a letter Glensfork, Ky for the White, two weeks ago, the write paid the mouth of Disappointment will cost if you fail to employed at Lebanon for several building of the Columbia and Liberty vertise, but it a compliment to Mr. J. C. Yates. months, removed his family to that Dr. Oscar Keen, of Burkesville, advertise. Bradfordsville. The writer spoke of road. The work is progressing nicely city last Wednesday. We commend passed through Columbia last Monday, Mr. Yates as the "irrepressible,' and and the crusher will soon have plenty A part of Mr. G. B. Smith's elec- Mr. and Mrs. Flowers to the people of on his way home from Louisville. He to do at that place. by mistake it was set up and printed trical machinery arrived some days ago Lebanon as worthy of their confidence was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cary and little daughter. The little and esteem. Mr. J. E. Murrell, of this office, but the large wheel which is to be child had swallowed a coat weight, a knows Mr. Yates knows that tr-- spent day a each at Campbellsville and used in making the water power has word was misread, but we take pleasThe following named persons were small round piece of lead, which had Greensburg, Monday and Tuesday in not arrived. Before the wheel can be ure in making this statement. Mr. installed some blasting will have to recently issued marriage licenses from lodged in her throat and they went to appears the interest of this paper., The trip be done in Russell's creek, but at this the Adair county clerk's office: J. G. Louisville last Tuesday and had it reWhite, in his letter which was highly satisfactory with subBur-rist- o moved by a specialist. this week, also makes a correction. stantial evidence of appreciation of time the water is too high for such Humphress to Susan Stape; Wm. M. Sallie P. Downey; Wm. work. Mr. Smith expects to push this Mr. C. M. Deener, of Montpelier, an TheJfews Mrs. W. S. Hill, of Bowling Green, work, and when completed his mills Steele to Charlotte D. Coomer. old Union Soldier and a respected citwho is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. izen passed over the riyer of death Hog killing time is approaching, and will be propelled by electricity. T. Gowdy, Campbellsville, was oper- in several localities in this county not The pump on the north side of the last Sunday. Infirmities of old age ated on for appendicitis in St. Joseph many to butcher since disease has A Bpecial term of court is now in square has been taken up and the well being the cause of death. He was a Infirmary, Louisville, last week. Her been doing the work for mnoths In session in Jamestown and several filled to the level. Done by order of member of Capt. 01 Patteson's Com. parents went to Louisville to be with the vicinity surrounding Columbia the cases to be tiled have had such broad the Adair Fiscal Court. pany and had a good record as a her during the trying ordeal. It is porkers are plentiful and in fine publicity in that county tnat It was One by one they pass over the deemed expedient to secure a jury Frank-- Toliver bought seven or divide, thinning the ranks as the years reported that she is rapidly recover- condition. from this county. On Sunday evening eightfinules here last week, paying go by. ing, and will soon be able to return to her heme. School trustees will please make an the sheriff of Russell county, Mr. from $100 to J150 per head. They Mrs. Sarah Jane Burbridge, who was the widow of Jerry Burbridge, estimate of all the most pressing needs Calhoun, visited this town and county were shipped to Lebanon, Tenn. games The following basket-bal- l of their schools and report in written and summoned sixty men for service. died on Harvey's Ridge last Sunday have been announced: Lindsey-Wilso- n Mr. W. C. Murrell and Mr. Ed Wil- week. She was 77 years of age, statements to the County Superinand Mr. R. A. Epperson, of this county, lis have just finished a handsome girls at Jamestown November tendent by Dec, l, 1915. the cause of her death was diseases left for Western Minnesota a few days 20th; Monticello at Jamestown NoJ. R. Garnett which Tobias Huffaker Supt , A. C S. ago, having accepted a posipion from ! adds greatly to the appearance of the incident to old age. She was buried vember 26; Columbia High School at on the old home farm. the Government to teach in an Indian latter's residence. Jamestown, December 24; Jamestown Miss Emma Bailey has purchased Deschool. His sister, Miss Ocey EpperThe cold wave will doubtless put an boys and girls at Lindsey-Wilso- n twenty acres of land adjoining her son, accompanied him and will be her cember 11. Next Monday all the successful can- end to the Hessian fly, but already present property, near Columbia The brother's r, the law re- didates in the late State contest will many acres of early sown wheat have land purchased cost $20.00 per acre. quiring the teacher to be a house- be given certificates of their election. been damaged by this pest. The field will be full of hunters this keeper. season having openweek, the hunting Pick your seed corn as you gather if On December 1st a new fraternal Meoday. In all probability ed A. Hunn bought six mules in Russell you have not already done so Next paper will be started in Louisville to Mt. Pleasant Church nqw has a new distance will strike the Wayne counties, paying from $45 spring it will be sought by many and. be called "Light." It will be a semi- tin roof, and some other necessary im- and during this week. coaoty to $160 per head. will be hard to find. monthly and will contain 32 pages. provements have been made. 3-- 2t 3-- Postponed. s A Cave in Columbia. local-weekl- y. -. :1 .- e . T sol-die- r. house-keepe- sports-BMBfrom-a SJ. THE ADAIR 'COUNTY NEWS Not a Square Deal. i Japanese Proverb. It has been said that the Japanese are as apt and unique in their proverbs as they are in their works of art. What, for example, could be more appropriate to men in certain desperate circumstances than this: "Man may shout when he can no longer swim?" "While the tongue works the brain sleeps," is another saying of the Japanese which expresses their contempt for loquacious persons. The Japanese are quick at repartee; their wit is keen and tempered, and they can often ad minister a perfect snub in brief, terse form. In illustration of this there may be cited the follow ing instance. There was being tried in a court a case involving the possession and ownership of a piece of property. The litigants were brothers. The holder, who was clearly not the rightful owner, had assaulted and ejected his brother and was protesting his right to defend his claim. The examining magistrate listened very patiently to him until he closed with the words: "Even a cur may baik at his own gate." Then the judge quaintly voiced the judgment, as if stating an abstract point of law: "A dog that has no gate bites at his own Method of Harvesting Szzd. TV" elected Governor of Kentucky, don't want yours, like so many will encounter in that office great others, to be received with inopportunities and also certain difference or worse, and ten days difficulties. after Christmas to be cast aside In the first place the constitu- and forgotten. Raking or sweeping the ripen- tional powers of a Governor o : You take no such chance in ed pods from the ground is the Kentucky are not nearly as giving The Youth's Companion only method used in harvesting broad as they should be. The for a year. spotted bur clover seed. When other State officers elected on Did you ever know of a home the pods are not perfectly dry the same ticket with the Governin which it came amiss, or of one care must be exercised in curing, or Tuesday may work in harmony in which it was not conspicuous as otherwise the piles will heat, with him, and, again, they may on the library table or in some with consequent injury to the not. If they do not, he has no one's hands all through the year? UCh ADLER-I-KUSED seeds. It is probably due to way of influencing their conduct. It is worth while to make a IN COLUMBIA. such heating that the commerOther places where the pow- gift of that sort, and it is worth It'is reported by Paull Drug Co., cial seed so often shows low ger- ers of the Governor of Kentucky while to receive it, too, for The is sold in Co'that much Adler-i-k- a mination, Every Southern farm- are less than they should be lumbia. People have found out that Companion illustrates the bests ONE SPOONFUL of this simple er can easily grow his own sup- cited, and Mr. Stanley, if we are traits in American life in its buckthorn bark and glycerine mixture ply of seed at small not mistaken, will meet with relieves almost ANY CASE of stories and sketches, upholds the expense. nation, sour or gassy stomach. It is troubles in other directions as best standards in its articles and tao powerful that it is used successfully well. Whether the liquor men other contributions, and comn appendicitis. ONE MINUTE afPacts fOr sufferers. will have the intelligence to stay bines the practical and informter you take it the gasses rumble and Pain results from injury or conges in ,pass out. It is perfectly safe to use the background and leave ing with the entertaining and -- and cannot gripe. tion. Be it neuralgia, rheumatism, Adv. well enough alone is for the fu lumbago, neuritis, toothache, sprain, --Keeping Hogs Healthy. ture to determine, but there will If you do not know The Combruise, sore stiff muscles or whatever let us send pain you have yields to. Sloan's Lin- be others who will not stay in panion as it is y risk." A successful dairy farmer and imentbrings new fresh blood, dis- the background and who will you one or two current issues Distress in the Stomach. stock raiser in western Ken- solves the congestion, relieves the in- besiege Mr. Stanley with re- free, that you may thoroughly There are many people who have a jury, the circulation is free and your cfcucky, writing to the New Era, quests to appoint unworthy men test the paper's quality. We ' tells his method of keeping hogs distress in the stomach after meals. pain leaves as if by magic. The na- to office, to destroy his own will send also the Forecast for is due to indigestion and easily ture of its qualities penetrates im.4n a thrifty condition, as follows: It and his career in order 1916. remedied by taking one of Chamber- mediately to the sore spot. Don't "'INow for hogs the young Every new subscriber who lain's Tablets after meals. Mrs. Hen- keep on suffering. Get a bottle or that they may try to punish pig is the road to quick profit ry Padghan, Victor, N. Y., writes: Sloan's Liniment. Use it. It means their enemies or feather their sends $2.00 for the fifty-tw- o tiry to make a good heavy pig out "For some time I was troubled with instant relief. Price 25c and 50c. nests at the expense of the pub- weekly issues of 1916 will receive of him by the time he is four and ache and distress in my stomach after $1.00 botttle holds sis times as much lic service. free all the issues for the rest of one-hamonths old and by that eating, also with constipation. About as the 25c size. At Paull Drug Co Nor will Mr. Stanley find his 1915 and The Companion Home Adv. .aneans you can handle three six months ago I began taking Cham task the easier because of the Calendar for 1916. berlain's Tablets. They regulated the launches a year. I believe in hog fact that the State is in an exThe Youth's Companion, Peter Radford Says action of my bowels and the headache raising; that this hog cholera tremely critical frame of mind Boston, Mass. and other annoyances ceased in a siould be stamped out completely short time." For sale by Paull Drug Cheap money will solve many in regard to its Statelgovernment. Adv if all the farmers would follow Co. of the farmers' problems. It will expect something con- A Clogged System Needs Attention, Are you bilious, dizzy and listless? -up this simple home remedy: The nation's menu must be There is not enough of the structive from Mr. Stanley's ad- Dr. King's New Life Pills taken at 2B01I poke root with shelled corn made up from the fields, pas- community spirit among our ministration, and, if it is disap- onces seizes upon constipation and bout one each month and tures, orchards, and gardens, starts the bowels moving naturaUy pointed, no excuses will avail. rural districts. acts without give it to the hogs in slop form. and to farm intelligently the Mr. Stanley, on the other hand, and easily, Moreover it farming depends Success in griping. Neglect of a clogged sysXiive the corn at night, and tea farmer must know what is needhas the advantage of serving tem often leads to most serious comlargely upon proper marketing the next morning. It is very ed. ure, both plications. Poisonous matters and a methods, cheap money and co- - with a body poorly functioning need immedvsimple, just dig about half a branches of which will be operation. Clubbing Offer. iate attention. If you wish to wake bushel of the root, shred it with controlled by his own party. He up morning happy in mind Something is wrong in our put in a big pot ua corn knife and will have, moreover, the moral and entirely satisfied, start your treatFor a short time we make the fol marketing system when a small ment tonight. 25c a bottle at Paull Allow boil for two hours. support of the whole State if he Drug Co. r lowing offer, one of the best we Adv. crop brings more money than a gallon to each hog. It one-hgiven to the readers of the News. up and put is able to take , bountiful one. Kentucky Conference. will expel the stomach worms. Here is the proposition: through a constructive program. The Adair County News, "Worms and lice are the origin of between practi- The fate of Mr. Stanley's adCincinnati Weekly Enquirer, The first round of Quarterly Confer4iog cholera. About every ten The Housewife, cal farmers and proficient busi- ministration rests largely with ence for the .Columbia District will ' "--days put the pigs in a close pen Reliable Poultry Journal, ness men will eliminate igno- Mr. Stanley. Louisville Post. be as follows: sand .spray them with a stock dip Farm Journal. rance and prejudice. Liberty charge, Nov. 9 and 10. A Splendid Offer. All the papers for one, except -- snS irann water to drive the named and that will be sent Columbia circuit, Nov. 11 and 12. The highest duty of State and dice off them, and you will never the last Until further notice we will years. for five Federal governments is to place furnish The Adair County News one Edmonton circuit, Nov. 16, IT and shave a hog with cholera. $1.65 takes the entire lot. If you Weekly Enquir 18. agricultural education within the year, the Cincinnati want them subscribe at once. Magazine, monthly, Boy's -- Campbell's Scientific Farmer, n a recent issue says: "The farmer is the only manufacturer who buys in the open market paying whatever price is asked and sells in the open market for what ever is offered. '.This is not as it should be; it is snot a square deal. But it is largely the fault of the farmer shimself. For years he has been .giving his attention to buying and has been ignoring the most important factor of the problem; selling, tff the farmer will combine and control the marketing of his (products the output of his factoryhe need not worry about the buying end; that will take care of itself. The chaotic state of the selling market of farm products has afforded the his opportunity." -- Practically all of the commercial seed of spotted bur clover is that grown in the cotton States, and the supply has usually been much below the demand. Thus far the seed has been marketed only in the bur, but there seems no good reason why clean hulled seed should not be produced in quantities. Hulled commercial seed is much more easily sown, and once the land is inoculated the regular seeding of bur clover in cotton would replace to a large degree the dependence on volunteer crop3. The reliable household Remedy Good The Year Round Ready-to-take PERU-N-A FOR SALB AT ALL DRVQ STORES Mr. Stanley's Future. Just the Right Present. Mr. A. 0. Stanley, who, upon Don't take chances in the matthe face of the returns, has been ter of Christmas presents. You mid-dlema- n- A bur-clov- er blood-stirrin- g. to-da- use-fullne- ss -- lf Legislat w have-eve- al on - -- Chamberlain's TaWets. ' This is a mediclna Intended espec ially for stomach troubles, biliousness --and constipation, lb is meeting with success and rapidly gaining in .much sfavor and popularity. For sale by Adv. aull Drug Co. er, one year, one year, Farm and Fireside, semiBy with monthly, one year; year; and Household helped The farmer can not be neighbor the farmer can learn monthly, one year, all for Journal, new methods of culture and in- until he organizes, and the gov- $1.65. This is the best offer ever made terchange of ideas will benefit ernment can beat help the farm- by this, office, and all who want reading matter should send their subscriper through organization. both. tions to this office at once. 'oo-operati- his reach of all. To-day- 's Maga-zine,monthly,- Albany charge, Nov. 23, 24 and 25. All the official members as well as all others will please be present, it is necessary as we want to get to work and with God's help make this the best year for Kentucky Conference. O. B. West, Sup& of Columbia District. i - &i? .'4 THE ADAIR COUNT"X:NEWS STOP AT THE Plenty of Things to Invent. 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For Sale By Page & Taylor 6 Eaat Matket Mreeif Between First and Brook Louisville, Ky, Birdseve view'iof our Plant In some remote corner of the Edison a could-b- e earth y may be experimenting with the to-da- MISSION OF THE RURAL DMLIRCH SHOULD BE UNIVERSITY OF LEARNING. RE-LfelO- An Ingenious Inventor has evolved teakettle lid that need not be removed in order to fill the kettle. Tbfe inventor has turned the old fashioned! lid upside down and taken the knob off. The new device is of aluminium and fits in the opening of the teakettle., but it is rarely necessary to take it off, as the kettle may be filled without removal of the new cover. It has an. opening In the bottom which is covered by a spring operated trap, andt when you want to fill the kettle yox simply allow the water to flow intc the cover and it passes into the kettle. It also offers a very convenient place to keep food and beverages at a desirable temperature when It la. necessary to lay them aside- a l posibilities of cities on the sea. There are millions of square miles of water that are more or less wasted, and sooner or later, as the land area of the earth becomes crowed, people will in- Duty of Christianity to Evangelize tho World. By Rev. Jno. A. Rice, D. D. Pastor St. John M. E. Church. South. St Louis. Mo. "The changing or young people from one employer to another and from on& Job to another undoubtedly has an Irr portant bearing upon their later success in industry nnd in life." states the-repor- t- More Money For Work. evitably take to the cities on the sea. Come a little nearer home. Get your children's toys together, you man with the eyey-ope- n habit, and see if you can't see "Largest in Dixie" something worth while. The V. S J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated walking figure can't you make its walk more walky? The wooly lamb Louisville, Kenfuckv. I can't you make its bleat Teaching the Art of Living. ber besides Itself and one; but man? ing inventions which she never numbers cannot, and If they cannoi The church is commissioned also they are known as prime numbers. O! protects with patents. to teach and train those who are all the numbers having a value of coal cinders will keep the ground rich with its evangelistic message. Some Timely Hints. l.OOC. Snere are 1CD that art The term, Religious Education, has prime. Of these twenty-siin good condition. are smaller come to mean a si'rcific tblng in our "IKJldBO BJiedoi ,.'snq, appear between than 100. twenty-onsjbo. country, namely, the training of the 100 and 200. sixteen between 200 an In grafting the greatest care Do not be in a hurry to mulch Hupq jo nojjujndoj aqj o3 Pub JB9 oq; uj sqjaora oojqj djijcu people in the local church In those &Q0, sixteen between 300 and O0v fieep matters which pertain to tho should be observed that scions the strawberry beds. Wait until qaiqM eaq aqj Avoq nMotuj ou si ji seventeen between 400 and 5G& tonx-art of living. I am not now speaking teen between 500 and GOO, sixteen 'uoijcjnday 9Sbj v are not taken from tree3 infested a good stiff freeze comes along. of the work of education in schools, GOO and 700. fourteen between colleges and univ titles, but the work 700 u3:iiui aqj sj Bq.u jno and 800, fifteen between 800 and with San Jose scale or that are conat our ano After the bees have been safe- unSn oj 2nii4 Avon arap arp in amoq of education Every doors, In thereach 900 nnd fourteen between agency in gregation. in any way diseased. ly housed in a dry cellar, with sBjsan "niJBqo b aim sji.io.n ;j pun,, should be employed to the utmost in LOOO. 'UBraoAi qsp3uno aqj pjbs .OABq i Beggars of Costa Rica. the bottoms of the hives resting puajji jjapia oqj pasB ..jpojsaa this important mission. Indeed, tho Do not set out evergreens in One day a week the beggars of Costa local church could be made a rrt of 3ns i sb bbi amoq samoo aq naqiv Is, Rica are privileged characters the fall. Have them delivered on pieces about two inches thick, spjOM. pntJi qTM prtBqsnq jnoi Strnaaja university for all the people, In which on Tuesday they are allowed thatbeg to the simple, practical arts and virtues do not disturb them until spring. ;o Bid aq par no aABq pay,, of everyday life should be taught and from shop t shop. It is the cnstosri as early in the spring as possible pojjjoyw ;i m Only recently has this for business houses to prepare for th& enforced. and make the ground ready now. Msojrrc Xuaqor,, cam nx Bpecial phase of the church's work re- weekly visit of the mendicants and to. If You less-ihax Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, ouur Yvom, orcxtvcta, cu. vviilc iur uur waLciiug Windows, WHOT.RSAT.R more bleaty? Above all, keep your eyes on Some years ago, the question was asked: What is a college? The attempt to answer it shook the educational world in America from center to circumference. Another question is now beginning to be asked: "What is a church? "Without undertaking to give a definition of it, let me ask, in this initial paper, what the church Is for? The New Testament reveals three distinct tasks to which it is committed. First, that of evangelization. The church is divinely commissioned to reach for the lowest and the least man in tiie least land and offer him souship to the Eternal God; offer him a divine power, uhich lifts him out of the bog and places him upon the highest levels of human life, where God and the soul are in fellowship. This alone were an immense privilege. mothers' pension laws in this country encourage destitution, while thoss of Denmark and New Zealand "encourage thrift on the part of the mother and imply a certain standard of family living by making the pension on a sliding scale, supplementing tip to a certain per capita whatever smal property the family has." The two years' work has been don by a small staff on a small approprH tion. A larger appropriation has beer granted, and during the coming yea field studies of "the social significance of Infant mortality" will be made in number of states nnd cities. Johnstown, Pa., already has bee studied, and there, says Miss Lathrop, was found "a coincidence of underpaid fathers, overworked and Ignorant mothers and those hazards to the life of the offspring which individual parents cannot avoid or control." Prime Numbers. It also makes the assertion that tho Nature, Who is continually mak- number can be divided by some num- It might appear at first that ever;? n e u Ji-u- n WOO -- i A In order to obtain the largest blooms on your chrysanthemum are troubled with heartburn; gases and a distressed feeling after eating take a plants, pick off all but the large central bud and do it as soon as the buds begin to show. After the drain tile has been put in, crushed rock, gravel or 1 before and after each meal obtain prompt relief.Sold only.by us,25o oo BnjQ nsd and-you-w- JssSSssi 9&ALaQlL Dyspepsia pupi Sue uoaiai 9Bq eqs U3um VioqjoK ) hj japuo ipuy noX u-c- S23 Tablet Biaq ptre spunks oq uua Xbm Sujuuiaj. tj SBq Xaaqof VCus Xaq? 'seq osrn jtaaqof Bjq U 8M0H0H For Sale. 1 good second hand cook stove and lady's side saddle. oajqj jsddns a pay sjua oau b puy Xnuqop V91 sq noj ) jpoqos uiojj souioo gq asqAi 'sqSjs aaqioira joji uoos eq eons v s;a3 eq uaqv 83J aouap-es.iatrjojj uoou iooqoB uiojj omoq 'jCuuqor aoui on,s ouo sa-ct- 2-- tf Mrs. J. F. Neat. uo JBtnoi SRS HlM. epcaJds eqs 3 no 9U03 110 O) Jaj Read Our Liberal Paper Offers iojtso pjos J9;jnq pun s33a )saq ej en eoijuj asqioif Xuuqop )oq U3AO eq) uqx :pio jo jo bb en oq; ipj pub 3tUi 'JnoLS sjj A"naoqB snopji, sj ?i naqAV ceived anything like adequate atten- hand over to them small coins or arti-ltion. The New Testament word for cles of little value. In some instances where merchandise is given away the It is Edification. beggars peddle It about the poorer School of Religion Needed. quarters and so earn a few center Of course the Sunday School is the apiece. center for all this work, although the ciaspmg a Dig bunch of straw. He activities of the church should extend eald nothing, and I said nothing. through the entire week and the Sun had brought our gtms It would. , day School should cease to be &o have been a question of the best maau named. It should be called the School But, as it was, It never occurred to b of Religion or the Church School or to settle It with our fists." something else that indicates it to bt Enemies Used Same Trenohi activity. During this an time various and sundry clubs, classes, A British soldier relates a remarkamusical organizations, culture courses, ble story of how the English and Ger as well as distinctly religious meetings, mans hobnobbed in the same treses a should be held. Thickly settled neigh- few miles south of Ypres. borhoods, as we shall see, offer fine There were a handful of German opportunities for the development of &&d a smaller handful of allied forcp things spiritual. f 12-w- e K : THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ta THE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS party. Although" defeated, I feel and British had met with a de- - vn f that out of my campaign has, cided reverse. -7 v and will, come only good for mf, Teutonic pursuit of the Ser- BY THE , State. I believe I have awaken- - bians is continmnor vigorously. Have Removed Adair County News Company ed the conscience of Kentucky Berlin announces. The War to extravagance and inefficiency Office reports that the booty (Incorporated.) New on in the conduct of the public busi- captured at Krusevac amounts to To desperate condition 103 cannon, mostly modern, CHAS. S. HARRIS, Editor. ness, to the of the public treasury and, above while the Bulgarians took 100 They have a desirable location and will Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest all, to the truh that broken prom- cannon at Nish and twelve at pay the highest market price for all kinds of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair ises to the people bring only evil Leskovac. and adjoining counties. of Produce. consequences. It is declared by German army as second Entered at the Columbia The next year will see enacted headquarters that Rus The Firm is known as Srong and Reliable and for class mail matter. law to destroy the sian offensive movements near an years has been dealing with the people of SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR "Shack That Graft Built," a cor- Riga and in Volhsnia, near Adair and adjoining counties. rupt practices act to protect the have been checked. WED. NOV. 17.1915 ballot and the public office, a The Italian steamer Ancona, Bring on your stuff and get the CASH. scientific and equitable tax law. sunk in the Mediterranean by a Mr. Morrow, Republican can- And in all the departments of submarine, had 482 passengers didate for Governor, published a State there will be an awakening on board and a crew of 160, accard last week, conceding the and a guard placed over the excording to Rome advices. Of election of. Mr. Stanley. His po- penditure of the people's money. this total of 642 persons, 324 Champagne, and grenade and DR. JAS. TAYLOR, sition is one to be admired from Believing I will have been in have so far been accounted for. bomb fighting to the East of standpoint of expression and strumental in procuring these rethe Some Americans are reported to Argonne. Has located in Columbia and while defeated sults, I feel that I have not lasentiment, have been among the passenand will do a General From Texas. by a very small margin he an- bored in vain. gers. practice. nounced that he accepted the I thank the people of Ken sinking of Few details of the Residence on Burkesville Slreet. Denison, Nov. 7, 1915. result and no contest would fol tucky, without regard to party, the liner, which was bound from Office in Duller Buildin low. That is the spirit that on Public Squarefor their personal kindness to me Naples for New York have been Editor News: builds; that shows respect for throughout the campaign and for Trusting I may find space in received in Rome. Of the suryour paper for a short letter. the will of the majority; that their confidence in me as expart of the world. I learned at vivors, 270, some of them woundplaces the public welfare and pressed To those ed, were landpd at Bizerta, while Tonight finds me making my Sayres that I was not far from at the polls. peace above personal ambition who fought and labored for me fifty-foufirst attempt to write to the cousin Nina Goul, whose maiden r members of the crew, Adair County News, notwith and strife and, beyond doubt will I attempt to give no word of including several injured, were name was Shannon, and whose standing, I have been in the add very much to Mr. Morrow's praise my gratitude is above mother was cousin Nannie Mat landed by two of the Ancona s powers as a leader of his party. words. With all my power I West a long time, in fact, since Shirley, sister to cousin Dick boats near Cape Bon, Tunis. So far as we are able to learn the I was quite a small boy. I was Shirley, of Milltown, shall continue the battle for the London has a report from a but to my perhaps not more than 6 years election passed with as few ir- good of Kentucky and the wel sorrow, time was so close with Rome news agency that 100 regularities as any similar con- fare of her people. old when my mother, with my me that I couldn't go to see her. shells were fired into the Ancotest ever held in this State and sister and me, came West, soon Moreover, expected to EDWIN P. MORROW. return na before she was torpedoed. I under existing conditions Mr. after the death of my father, to that country A British cruiser has sunk two and could see Hiram Shirley, who died at GraMorrow has pursued the path of her later. I had left one of my German submarines in the WAR SITUATION. dy ville. . About six years ago in least resistance with credit to men in charge of my work and Straits of Gibraltar, according to company with my mother I vis himself and party. felt an early return almost aba telegram from Algeciras, Moited in Kentucky, and it was solutely Mr. Stanley and his Democratsinking of the Italian rocco, to London. In the necessary. I have a then that it was made known to crew of men now ic associates now have a chance liner Acona by a submarine in stationed at The British Admiralty anme what old Kentucky home and to prove the mettle of which they the medeterranean 300 persons Pittsburg Texas, fencing right nounces the loss of the British friends of which I had so often are made and if they stand by were drowned, according to adof way for the Katy K. R. Co. torpedo boat destroyed Louis, of heard mother speak, meant. It the peoples interests and dis- vices received by Lloyd's in LonWe work from Greenville Texas, 965 tons, wrecked in the Eastern was there that the fire of love charge their duties without tear don from Bizerta, most of these to Shreveport La. Yesterday Mediterranean. All on board and friendship was started to or favor they will bring to light being women and children emNov., 6, at Denison Texas, was were saved. burning, which is still aglow in that predicted forty thousand igrants. A Sofia report by way of Bud- my heart for Kentuckians and held one of the most interesting majority and turn it over to their Lloyd's advices state that only apest and Berlin says that in a and expensive entertainments will be until the day I die. I Democratic successors, otherwise 130 persons from the Arcona ever given by the Katy. She the running will not be as good were landed at Bizerta. Early battle between Krivolak and had scarcely arrived at my des- spent lots of money to make it Prilep; in Serbia, the French and tination there until 1 realized as it has been in the skin of advices had given 270 enjoyable for the employees, as as the British were badly defeated and your teeth majority just given that it was truly said, that in well as the entire country. number. In addition to fifty-fo- suffered heavy losses at the It Kentucky was found beautiful the party. The independent was called the Katy Athletic members of the crew land- hands of the Bulgarians. The women and fine horses, and voter is a factor. Both parties ed near Cape Bon forty-on- e meet and every important town Tunis, Allies are said to have been at- time itself cannot erase must meet the issue there is no the mem- from St. Louis to the Gulf was members of the crew arid tacking the Bulgarian defensive ory of the pleasant hours spent escape. Cabins or- - Roosters no represented there on that day. four passengers have arrived at positions. while there, in and around Ed.longer direct the stencil with Malta, having been picked up at Crowd estimated at 100.000. 45 The town of Veles, in South- monton, Gradyville, Sulphur thousands of our people and the sea. autos ran all day carrying ern Serbia, has been recaptured Well and other points. Nor can free list is rapidly growing. The the visitors from the city to the The total number of persons on by the French, according to adit erase the memory of some of park and back. Well, 'I must narrow margin is a warning that board the Ancona is said to have vices received by the Serbian lethe pretty little girls I left be- soon stop should make its impress on evfor this time. The sad been 642. If 270 survivors, in gation in Athens, forwarded by hind me. Some day soon I mean ery true Democrat from Governnews of my uncle, J. D. Patterfact, are at Bizerta, the total ac- the Athens correspondent of a to wander back and find out how or to Representative, and bring son's ill health and his conveycounted for reaches 369, leaving London newspaper. many of them remain as when I results that will be good beyond ance to the sanitarium has just 273 missing. Rome ha3 a report from Ath- left. Most Northern people esquestion. reached us. It is hard indeed The American Consul at ens that orders will shortly be pecially find sport in deer huntfor his family, but eventually Mexico, reports to Wash- issued demobilizing the HE WILL MORROW ANNOUNCES Greek ing in the Kaimiche and Cadoo each of our homes must be darkington that the American steam- army, the plan being to leave mountains, but I think I'd enjoy NOT CONTEST. er Zealandia, while lying in port but 50,000 men under arms. most finding my Dear where ened by similar circumstances. To the people of Kentucky: at Progreso, was forcibly Advices from Athens to London Boone had his adventures old So thanking you in advance, if this is published. I am a well After eight days of doubt the searched last week by a party state also that newspapers there Kentucky. wisher of the News anp! all its closest election the State ever from a British cruiser, which lay supporting the present Greek Well, I'll proceed to relate a readers, and would be a subknew is at an end. The official outside. Government declare that the dis- little of my - experience of the scriber if my mother, Mrs. John count now discloses Mr. StanReports received in Rome, solution of the Greek Chamber past week. One week ago toButler, 'didn't take it, and any leys election by a small plurality, which have not been officially is imminent. night I left Denison Texas, bound way will, when I get stationed and however or by what meth- confirmed, say the submarine Great Britain will have appro for Northern Oklahoma. My long enough in one place. ods obtained, I shall accept it as which sank the Ancona was Ger- priated $8,310,000,000 for war object was to locate and purfinal. Ed Shirley. man, although flying the Aus- purposes when $2,000,000,000 for chase a 160 acre track of land 1 To plunge the State into a con- trian flag. whfch Premier A squith will ask had heard of. From Denison I I keep on hands a full stock of test before the Legislature would Paris has - Athens advices the House of Commons went to Witchata Falls Texas, coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keep retard its progress, stop its de- stating that in an engagement has been votedr From there Elk's City; from Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and velopment and create strife and with the Bulgarians at Krivolak Paris reports the repulse of a there to Sayres Oklahoma, then two hearses. Prompt Hervlce night or bitterness. The welfare of Ken- French troops were victorious. German attack in the forest of Residence Phone 29, office day. drove a distance of 25 miles. By phone 98. tucky, its people and its material An earlier dispatch from n Givenchy, in the Artois. . There ,. J. F. Triptett, prosperity is above the ambition sources declared that in has been a violent artillery duel this time it. almost seemed' that 1 yr Columbia, Ky. of any man or the success of any fighting in this region the French northeast of Tahure in the we had reached an uninhabited Ad Published Every Wednesday S. H. Grinstead & Co., their Building Cross Street Post-offi- to-da- y anti-lobb- y Czar-torys- k, 4 F. H. DURHAM, Manager. - I : ur Pro-grea- to-da- y Austro-Germa- 45-- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ) j ,x Reba. JUZ Pres. G Treas, J, F. Dannehold, Jr., Plee-Pre- s. Geo. Twyman, 5cS. i & Co. Out community wasgreatly i INCORPORATED enthused and helped by the Unit-e- d MATST Brethren Quarterly Confer Strictly Independent. A very important question DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. ence, which convened in the U. to-d- ay which every housekeeper 11 24. 11 32 S. E. Cor. Main & Twelfth Street B. church in our place, the Disoust decide for herself is whether LOUISVILIJE, KT. 'she prefers pure, cream of tartar trict Superintendent, 0. B. West, baking powder like Royal or was present and gave a thorough, Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Best Light in City. Best Inspection. whether she is willing to use stirring address founding his re- Auction Sales Daily. Returns Promptly Made. Mark your hogheads, Main taking powder made of inferior; Street House. marks on the last chapter of substitutes which do not add healthful qualities to the food".- AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY Malachi, telling the people their Write for Particulars. One kind is easily distinduties and admonishing them to guished from the other, since hold to their own church and not tthe laws of various States require J. A. Wilmore, of Lexington, we have every reason to believe, follow off after every ism and the ingredients to be printed upon the label. If anyone is in thing that comes along, also spent one day with us last week. that they will take the place of 'doubt which kind is most healthFrank Dulin put in several the retiring family in every reagainst allowing every Tom, ful, is worth while to ask tha days of work on his farm in spect. Dick and Harry entering and family doctor. Then decide. Metcalfe county last week. in our churches. And when once a decision is Owensby. reached let no advertisement or We had a very good attendance Remember we have Thanks'dealer's argument or canvasser's and good feeling and interest giving services at Union. Evsolicitation change the decision. The election passed off quietly shown. Each of the churches erybody invited to attend. It is notOfa question aof a few in this community, Nobody pleasing salesman. cents or on the charge represented and George Atkins, of Milltown hurt and no one too sick to eat. It is a question of health. expressed their determination to community, was in our midst Mr. M. L. Owens, of this If this appeals to you as reado better work this year than one day last week and informed sonable and sensible advice, ever before and stand by their us. that their corn on Russell place, who was the Independent is worth reading twice.. And it! Is worth remembering ., pastor, G. H. Schad, who has creek bottoms was greatly dam- candidate for Circuit clerk, made a fine showing. In a county been well received by all people. aged by the last tide.-v-. ROYAL BAKING POWDER C0.: that gave Morrow about 416 maHenry Barnett and wife were New York S. E Bridgewater, of Columin attendance and mingled with bia, put in several days of work, jority: Mr. Owens was beaten by the Republican nominee, by only friends and acquaintances. last week, recovering the house about 159 votes. As Mr. Owens me sermon at nient was a of W. M. Wilmore. Mr. J. W. Short, of Cumberland didn't decide to enter the race county, visited the famUy of Mr. E. F. stirringfone and the large audiOur two Doctors have been until too late to get under the Mullinix last week. ence was much pleased. We very busy for the past month. rooster he had to run as above Dr. Oscar Keene, of Burkesville, feel that this will be the greatMrs. A. D. Purdy,of Bradfordsville, They have informed us that mentioned. After running a was here a few days ago. visited relatives in Adair county last est year the Kentucky Confer- there is quite a number of cases Mr. D. T. Curd, representing Rob race which is a credit to himself week. iuson, Norton & Co., was in' Adair all ence has ever known. We have of typhoid fever in the Pickett and his adopted county. Mr. Mr. B. T. Marshall, traveling saleslast week. the material and the workers community. man, was here Thursday. CLwens wishes to thank his many Mrs. Tola Walker and her two are here to serve and use ' this Mr. Robert Wethington, of The new stock and feed barn friends both Republicans and daughters, Misses spent several days of last spent several days Alice and Ella, material for the Lord. of last week in of W. L. Grady, is now com- Democrats, for their loyal sup week, visiting in Columbia. Louisville. r.lf..i pleted, so far as the carpenter's port. Mr. Hugh Richardson, wife and For Rent. Mrs. Caroline Jeffries and her work is concerned. It was put children, Campbelisville, were here .daughter, Miss Mollie, Mr. Bartleson, the n visited at the last Thursday. up by the noted barn builder of grocery drummer, makes this home of Mr. X W. Miller, CampbelisA ten room residence, well located Mr. and Mrs. Ray Montgomery vis- ville, last week. in the town of Columbia. Has a this section, Granville Bradshaw, place every two weeks. ited Mrs. Tina Wells, Russell Springs, Mi Mont Willis, who has been liv- large barn, orchard, etc. Will rent in who understands his business, last week. Misses Martha and Pearl Muring in Buffalo Hart, 111., returned connection, if desired, a small first'bot-tofor corn, also meadow. See Dr. and puts in all the day and part ray, of Sewellton, and Miss Mae Mr. W. H. Irvine was here from home last week, and will remain durJ 2T. Murrell, Columbia, Ky., or of the night when he begins a Russett Springs last Thursday. ing the winter. Snow, this place, were the pleaswrite Mr. T.A..Murrell, Lebanon, Ky. Mrs. Ada Taylor and daughter, Miss Mr. Thornton Flojd, of Lebanon, job of this kind until completed. ant guests of Miss Emma Grider Jessie, Montpelier, were shopping and was here a few days since. Mr. Grady will have his barn so Foxes visiting in Columbia last Thursday. Saturday night. Mr I F Orebough, Louisville, was arranged' to have water in every Clem Keltner, wife and chil- at the Hancock notel a few days ago. Mr. Mr. S. B. Collins lost a ft- dren, of near Campbelisville, visited $2 50 to $4.00 each; Coons SI. 25 each; stall for his stock which makes Mr. and Mrs. W. E McCandless and heifer recently. in the Gradyville country, where they Squirrels 40c. each. Send them to it very convenient for him. their little son, Earl, visited relatives formerly resided, last week. W T. HODGEN, Mr. Daniel Ballenger and wife at Jamestown last week. Mr. W. E. McCandless, wife Box 232, Campbelisville, Ky. Mr. Wesley Grider, of Esto, was of Kendall, spent from Saturday Mr. J. D. Squires, Glasgow, was and son, of Columbia, were in here Thursday, en route to Burdick, until Sunday with Mr. Elihu Colwhere he will spend several weeks here a few days since. For the next week, I will pay 25c. our midst one day last week. with his daughter, Mrs. Arch Mr. G II. Gray, Lexington, was at lins. cash or 2Gc. in the store for eggs. Mrs. McCandless remained with the Hancock Hotel recently. D. M. Moore, Garlin, Ky. We are indeed glad to know her mother, Mrs. W. P. Flowers, Mr. Luther Williams went to LouisMrs Depp, mother of Dr. n. W. ville Thursday for the purpose of buy- Depp, is visiting in Columbia who has been confined to her that work on the Dixie is proing a supply of goods, and also to visit For Sale. yrooiufor several weeks with a gressing fairly well. With it Mrs .'as. Butler, who lives in the the bedside of Mr. J. O. Russell. complete, a good college and Mt. Pleasant country, and whc has complication of troubles. Mr W. T. Price, circuit court clerk, 1 good second hand cook stove and been very sick, is improving. canning factory located at Jameswas quite sick all last week. 1 lady's side saddle. We all can certainly boast of town, the wheels of progress Mrs. Wm. Butler's condition re- Mrs. J. F. Keat. Mr. J. E. Gowdy, Campbelisville, was the fine weather we have had mains about the same. unclogged and industry' started. here a few days ago. during the fall season. There ' Safety First. Mrs Susie Page and her niece, Miss We feel sure old Russell would Mrs. J. J. Simpson has been quite has not been enough frost to Mary Page, called at the iSTews office sick for the past wtek. Ruptured; which means, If shine forth to her sister countie3 scarcely injure our grass. Our Mr. F. II Durham had a pleasant last FiiJay. They reside at Coburg. use only a "Smithsonian" Truss. as a beacon iight, pointing the For Sale by Page & Taylor. visit to his old home, Merrimac, Taystock can have fine grazing at way to industry, progress, edulor ccuutj, last week. While there he the present, and with the boun- A perfect support disused of some personal property. Locals. ruptured. The Drs. to all who are tiful croP of mast we have in cation and enlightment. Smiths' "Honest Mr J. A. Wilmore, a practicing atMrs. S. B. Collins' health retorney of Lexington, is visiting at the our woods and the woods are Page & Taylor. John" Truss. . home of his parents, Gradyville. simply full of hogs getting fat mains about the same. Gradyville. Mr. B. Ross, Burkesville, was here Miss Idell Sims, who spent a every day. While our corn crop Christmas, Birthday and Wedding the latter part of last week. is not as good as we would like week visitingher uncle and aunt, Gifts. George Jr., the little sou of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Keltner and for it to be. there is enough of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barger at Mrs. G. W. Staples, was quite sick family, of Campbelisville comseveral days of last week. other good things that will over Ozark, has returned home. Premium Toilet Soaps and Shears-- all munity, is visiting here this for SI 00; Fancy Pocketbooks, 75c: Miss Mary Breeding, this place, has oalance the snortage. we are The children of W. P". Vaughan S1.50. Many other Beau- week. entered the Western formal, Bow- each, worth glad to note that every thing is are making preparation to join ling Green, leaving for that point last tiful and Usef al Presents, including The entertainment of the looking up in this section finan- him at Hodgenville. Mr. Vaughan Watches and Rings. Agents Wanted. Saturday. school children was fine last Fri- cially. W. T. HODGEN; Box 232. is employed in a roller mill and Mr. W. P. 2J unnally made his regCampbelisville, Ky. day night. ular trip to Columbia last week. place. J. A. Parson and family, who light plant at that Allen Stevens is confined to I Kissler, Horse Cave, was here a Rev. Pennycuff is holding a have been living in our midst ADAIR GIRCU1T COURT w days ago. his room with typhoid fever. OttieBell, &c, for the past four years, will meeting at Hays' chapel at this ,'ev. O. M. Johnson, Dayton, O., vs. Charlie Morrison spent a day move to their property at Port- time. was at the Hancock notel a few days J. H. Kinnaird, &c. or so at Greensburg last week. since. land in a day or so. We regret Judge Carter is holding-aex. In compliance with an order of the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Goff and their Adair Circuit Court, rendered at its Judge N. H. Moss' residence to see this family leave our tra session of court at Jamestown little daughter returned from a visit September term, 1915, I will, at my is now connected with the out- midst. We have never had bet- at this writing. He means to to Cumberland county last week, ac- office, in Columbia, Ky., hear proof of by Mr. Goff's mother. companied claims against the estate of C. S. side world by telephone. ter neighbors in every particular clean up the docket and put all Bell, deceased, from this date until Mrs. Will Caplinger and her sister, Sam Mitchell and C. Cren- than they were. Mr. ' Joel evil doers where they belong. Miss Lillian VanUIeave, of Shelby-vill- January 1st, 19IG. W. A Coffey, Master Commissioner. shaw, of Columbia, were in our Rodgers and family, of Roach-villMrs. J. K. P. Aaron, who has were visiting, their aunt, Mrs A. C. C. week. day or so of last week. midst a will move in at once and been quite sick, is some better. Mary T. Harvey last Will You Read This Twice? Main Street Tobacco Warehouse STREET HOUSE . it or-gani- ne it Personals. Clem-entsvill- e, well-know- m 1 Mc-Elro- y. 49-t- f. . 2-- tf you-ar- e Additional -- J n - T e, e, c. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The Soil Transfer Method. 'Government Crop Report. Washington, D. C, November 8, 1015 A summary of preliminary estimates of crop production and prices for the State of Kentucky and for the United States, compiled by the Bureau of Crop Estimates, and transmitted through the Weather Bureau, U. S. Department of Agriculture, is as follows: - Visitors method is the surest known way to secure the inoculation of any legume. The soil should be taken from a spot where bure clover is growing successfully or from fields of yellow trefoil, or melilotus. The same germ inoculates all four of these plants, so that soil from near the roots of any one Soil will inoculate the others. should be taken from the top 8 inches and broadcasted over the area to be planted at the rate of 250 to 500 pounds per acre. The spreading is best done on a cloudy day, as bright sunshine is destructive to the bacteria. If spread in sunshiny weather immediate harrowing is important. Care should always be taken to secure soil free from troublesome weeds or diseases. On account of the expense involved it is seldom advisable to get large quantities of soil from The soil-transf- er al-fa- la, to Louisville Looking For Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Are never disappointed when they I IrfH XX! visit our store. No bigger stock, no better values anywhere "Most for your Mon- CORN. State: Estimate this year 120,000,000 bushels, final esti- mate last year 91,250.000; price November 1st to producers 54c. per bushel, year ago 73c per bushel. 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 Biggest Carpet and Rug Store Hubbuch Bros. & C5t.v. l&2&&3 ii".? - Wellendorff, Street nsmi! goodies that just in your mouth light, fluffy, tender cakes, biscuits and doughnuts that just keep you hanging 'round the pantry all made with Calumet m-e-- l-t United States: Estimate 5,673,-000,00- 0; INCORPORATED this year 3,090,000,000 bushels, final estimate last year November 1st. price 61.9c, year ago 70,6c. WHEAT. 522 & 524 W. Market "Efficiency" has made our growth possible. State: Estimate this year bushels, final estimate No- the safest, purest, most economical Baking Powder. Try it drive away bake-da- y failures." Received Highest Awards ee Kac Cook Book Slip in Pound Can. Five-S- last year 12,540,000; price The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Age has Its attractions no less than youth in a more serene and quieter life. But It is this very life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders that arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in this way, with accompanying symptoms of belching:, drowsiness after eating", headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is difficulty of digesting even light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to find a suible remedy. First of all the advice my be given that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as well as men, is a mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without griping. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition toaic emedles. Trustworthy people like A. B. TIgrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newbern. Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., say they take it at regular Intervals and in that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle of it in the house. It is good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St.. Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. a distance. It is better to sow but a small patch the first year, which, if successful, will supply abundant soil to use as inoculation for more extensive vember 1st, to producers 105c. per bushel, year ago 102c. properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other United States: Estimate ua JfADEBY THE TRUS. this year 1,002,000,000 bushels, final estimate last year 891,000,-00November 1st, price 93. c, 1 0; year v. "I Don't Feel Good" That is what a lob of people tell us. ago-07- . 2c. OATS. Usually their bowelsonlymeea cleansing. State: Estimate this year 4,539,000 bushels, final estimate the trick and make you feel fine. "We know this positively, f Take one tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. will do last year 3,675,000; price Novem Paull Drug Co. KM Baking PhViI0 (ft- - ber 1st, to producers 45c, year ago 52c. World's Richest Children. WELL DRILLER Cobbler 120 Years Old. State 6,550,000, The two richest children in the I will drill wells in Adair and this year world are little John Jacob Astor final estimate last adjoining counties. See me be Thomas Morris, who claims to be the oldest man alive, has lived through the terms of every president of the United States, a half a dozen or more rulers of England and most of the big historic events of the past 120 years. He is believed to be the oldest man in the United States and in all probability is the oldest man in the world. His nearest known rival is Henry of Liberal, Mo., be 116 in March. Chicago Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not save you money. Calumet does it's Pure and far superior to sour milk and soda. Dor-ma- n, who will Morris is a resident of Wester- ville, Neb., where he followed his trade as a cobbler until a few years ago. He is the only man, it is believed, who has lived in three centuries. He was three years old when Washington's term as president closed. He was 11 when Nelson won his sea victory off Tragalgar and reached his majority six months before Napoleon met his Waterloo. He was 64 when the first Atlantic cable was laid, and 67 when Fort Sumter surrendered. foot. Then he became a cobbler and followed the trade unMorris has til six years ago. cobbled shoes on two continents. In 1871 Morris left his home in Wales and migrated to the United States, expecting to locate in Chicago, He arrived in that city the day after the great fire, then left and located in Blackstone, Livingston county, IU In 1822 he went to Mis- souri and six years later to his farm at Westerville, where he lives with Charles My thon, his constant companion during the past 57 years. Up to six years ago Mr. Morris made almost fiaily walks of a mi le and a half to Clear creek, in Custer county, to fish. This sport was his principal diversion from daily toil. Mr. Morris still has the use of year 2,250,000; price November 1st to producers 59c. per bushel, year ago 80c. United States: E s t i m a t e this year 350,000,000 bushels, final estimate last year 405,921,-000- November 1st, price 60.8c, year ago 52.8c. APPLES. and Vinson Walsh MacLean. Latest imJohnnie Astor, when he comes fore contracting. of age, will inherit over $20,000, proved machinery of all kinds. 000, the fortune of the late Col. Pump Repairing Done. Give Astor, whose tragic death at the time of the Titanic disaster will me a Call. ; be recollected. The child is guarded day and night by a bevy of nurses, in case he is kidnapped or his baby limb3 are injured by accident. Phpsicians are always at hand to alleviate the slightest symptoms of illness, and a score of detectives travel everywhere with the millionaire baby. J. C. YATES State: Estimate this year 4,170,000 barrels, final estimate last year barrels; price October 5th, to producers $1.70 per barrel, year ago $1.95. 3,000,000 1 Splendid Clubbing Bargain A We Offer and he Adair County News United States: Estimate The Cincinnati WeeRIy Both One this year 76,700,000 barrels, final Vinson Walsh MacLean, who estimate last year 84,4000,000 in later life will handle a fortune barrels; price October 15th, to of several millions, has from his producers $2.14 per barrel, year birth been kept under the closest ago $1.79. surveillance. TOBACCO. Enquirer Year For Only $1.35 Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weekiy Enquirer is It Is issued every Thursday, subscription price ?L00 per year, and it is one of the best home metropolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities Of the great DAILY ENQUIRER for obtatning the world's events, and for that reason can giue you all the leading news. It carries a carries a great oznount of valuable farm matter, crisp editorirls and reliable market reports. Its numerous departments make it a necessity to every ome. farm or business man. ThU grand Offer Is limited and we advise you to take advantage by rabscrib'njr for the above combination right now. Call or mail orders to te 370,000,000 pounds, mate last year 364,000,000. He takes his State: Estimate this year motorcar always guarded final esti- airings in a stell by United States: Thomas Morris was born in Bellew, Montgomeryshire, Wales Jan. 15. 1794. He never at tended school and never married. In boyhood he was apprenticed to a butcher but gave his faculties. He never bought a pair of glasses and walks around the yard at his home un aided, except for the use of a Agriculture. cane. He never had any serious Safety First. sickness and was never ill exyou are Ruptured? which means, cepting for one day on which he Ifonly a "Smithsonian" Truss. use Page & Taylor. up the trade because of a crippled) suffered a slight sunstroke. Tor Sale by this year 1,050,000 pounds, final estimate last year 1,034,679,000. More detail data concerning crop production, quality and prices will be published in the "Monthly prop Report" of the United States Department of three detectives, his nurnes is fitted with flexible iron shutters Estimate that let down from the inside, which carry and alarms to the nearest police station are fitted in every room of the mansion where the child rebell-pushe- rs sides. The trouble hunting season is still open. The Adair County News, Columbia, Ky. Only a very wise man can support to all who ar& A perlect to a woman that ruptured. The Drs. Smiths' uHonesfc write a letter Page & Taylor. doesn't mean anything. John" Truss. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS M (B H) IB i) IB IS Si O) (I) n M It Always Helps 9) Luck Bringers. Spectacles for Cows. The idea of cows wearing spectacles spems most ridiculous, and no doubt you will laugh at the very idea. Nevertheless, there are cows who do wear spectacles, and these may be sepn on the plains or steppes of Russia, which are covered with snow more than six months of the year, The cows subsist on the tufts of grass which crop above the snow, and the rays of the sun on the snow are so dazzling as to cause blindness. It occurred to a kind hearted man to protect the cows' eyes in the same way as those of human beings, and he manufactured smoke colored spectacles which could be safely worn by cattle. These spectacles proved a great success, and are now worn by upwards of 10,000 head of cattle. The animals no longer suffer from snow blindness, which once caused such untold suffering amongst them. For talismanic purposes, red is indispensable in China. It is interwoven with the pigtail, and must form a part of children's clothing. Written charms must also be in red ink on yellow pa- i -- says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give fn the drinking water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera. Llmberneck Prevents Sickness; One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At WSPW eists or bv mail postpaid, druzJaXvHablopoultry book free. L- f' BOURBON FEW DROPS OF POULTRY CURE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ut a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, feelings, etc, are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! 164 Woodson Lewis GREENSBURG, KY. 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. All Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. per to be efficacious against the multitudinous ill omens and evil spirits which seem to surround the Chinaman, and for this reason all Imperial decrees are written in vermilion. One of the commonest amulets worn by an only son is a small silver lock. The father collects coins from about a hundred different heads of families, and has them exchanged for silver, which is converted into a native padlock used to fasten a silver chain round the boy's neck. This, it is believed, will preserve him from evil spirits, lock him to life, and contribute to his health and longevity. iPis 8QUBB0N REMEDY CO. Lexington, Kj. Everybody Likes Her I . Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. 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.! U H. C. Prices. International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands 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. -- q, ? Woodson Lewis, I GREENSBURG, KY. &&&Q&X&$$ 4$M D. Surveying C. "fr Landowners Attention T. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e Crenshaw The tiger is the god of the gambler in China, and a tiger's tooth is regarded as a talisman in speculation and for good-luc- k in games of chance, while the claws and whiskers are worn as What a vigorous impu'se it sent! How bones. love charms, and for success you opened wide your lungs to take in She is the girl who, whether it and good fortune generally. those invigorasing and mysterious is warm or cold, clear or stormy, qualities. Yes, Dr. Bell's Pigs are also considered lucky, possesses those stimulating finds no fault with the weather. and luck bringers in the shape qualities and overcomes hacking cough She is the girl who makes this of little pigs made of gold and The inner lining of the throat is strengthened in its attacks against world a pleasant place because silver are worn to attract forcold germs. Every family needs a bot- she is so pleasant herself. tune's favors; but the black cat, tle constantly at hand. 25c. at Paull And, by and by, when you Adv. which, in our own country, is Drug Co. come to think of it, isn't she the regarded as a mascot, is not fagirl who makes you feel she likes Wiley Old Elephant. vored by the Chinese, who beyou, and therefore you like her? lieve it to be a harbinger of povThe workers who drop their erty, misfortune, and Jsickness. tools soon Coughs That Are StoPped! as the whistle blows, as Careful people see that they are, and the girls who keep their stopped. Dr. King's New Discovery How to Prevent Croup. eyes on the clock during school is a remedy of tried merit. It has It may be a surprise to you to learn hours, have a sympathizer in an held its own on the market for 46 that in many cases croup can be preyears. Youth and old age testify to vented. Mrs. H. M. Johns, Elida, O , elephant which was employed in its soothing and healing qualities. relates her experience as follows: "My a lumberyard. A number of Pnuemonia and lung trouble's are oflittle boy is subject to croup. During logs had to be removed by him, ten caused by delay of treatment. the past winter I kept a bottle of New Discovery stops those Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the and only one remained when the hacking coughs and relieves la grippa house, and when he began having that bell rang for ceasing work. tendencies. Money back if it fails croupy cough I would give him one or Of course the elephant knew 50c. and $1.00 at Paull Drug Co. two doses of it would break the atAdv. tack. I like it better for children the bell and what it meant, and than any other cough medicine be was sauntering away when the In spite of of the cause children take it willingly, and foreman bade him move the last American newspapers, we may it is safe and reliable." For sale by log. He did not object but with be pretty sure of one thing: All Adv. Paull Drug Co. all his tugging and straining did the Germans are not devils and Porter Charleton, the Young not manage to lift it Seeing all the Allies are not saints. American just convicted in Italy this the foreman called up a sec- And as for atrocities, a greal of murdering his wife, gets only ond elephant to help, but even deal depends on which side gets one month in prison. Evidently the two together did no good the its story in first. the Italian courts wanted him to log could not be stirred. It must The secret of success is a se- feel at home. be left. day to the foreman's as- cret that women never tell. Pine-Tar-Honey Dr.-King's There is a certain type of a girl who everybody seems to like. No one can tell exactly why; but after you have met her you turn away to some other woman and say, "Don't you like Miss Nellie?" Now the reason you like her is a subtle one. Without knowing all about her you feel just the sort of girl she is. She is the girl who appreciates the fact that she cannot always have the first choice of everything in the world. She is the girl who is not aggressive, and does not find joy in inciting aggressive people. She is the girl who has tact The Colds Of Mankind Cured by enough not to say the very thing Pines! that will cause the skeleton in Have you ever gone through a typical pine forest when you had a cold? her friend's closet to rattle his nine-tent- hs Next VETERINARY SURGEON What is the best laxative? Years of experienceln selling alMonds 'leads us to always recommend as the safest, surest and most satisfactory. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Paull Drui People Ask Us . tonishment, when the bell rang Isn't it queer that a man nev-- for beginning1 w6rk,therfirat er shows his tember uritiP'Sfcter"" x v years Speclal Fiatulo. Poll-evifcric&l work done atiairnricefl. 1 an well fixed to take care of stock. Hon due when work is done or stock reawved from stables. LKATMN-NE- AIEI C. experience. Charges reasonable. Phone 74 or Attnetin to Eyes SDavin oranv'rar l. But it doesn't take a blunt long to come to the point. elephant marched straight up to he loses it? log, lifted it quite easily, and Seware of Cheap Substitutes. carried it to its proper place. In these days of keen competition it is important that the public should see that they get Chamberlain's Cough &xa!IL write It's enough to make a wife frown if her husband "smiles" too often. Dyspepsia Tablets Will Relieve Your Indigestion 'Paull Drug C. t.'C Faulkner,? Columbia. Ky. lOtRS N I Of KSYILLE MSI1ENCE STtEET., Remedy and not take substitutes sold for the sake of extra profit. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has stood tha test and been approved for more than forty years. For sale by Paull Drat Co Adn ,tt THE1 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . V i i I am also aware that my pe- FEELS REand made and mended shoes till HENRY W. DEPP, midnight. This caused people culiar style of expressing myself of that region to sit up and take is misunderstood by some peoLattimore, Nov. 9, 1915. DENTISTI FRESHED THESE notice; for diligence in manual ple. A joke never appeals to a Editor News: Am permanently located in Co who regards a face long Somehow. I felt that with type- labor was the exception and not man MORNINGS lumbia. written matter, that glaring the rule in that community. enough to wear a bridle as an Mr. Oscar pile and Jasper Snow evidence of exalted piety. Such All Classes of Dental work done. Crow mistakes would notcreep into very industrious; but people regard humor as a piece the subject matter that I con- came there dge and Inlay work a Specialty. . Oldest Railway Company Emsoon relapsed nd spent a good of sad news; and irony, metaphor, tribute to your columns. I All Work Guaranteed ploye Buoyant After Takwrote it "The Irrepressible J. C. deal of their time telling jokes hyperbole and allegory; strike ing Tanlac. Office over G. W. Lowe's Yates;" and he, 'dotbtless feels on Lum White. However, both them as relentless facts. They gar'Shoe Store like throwing boquets at me;-- or these men made a good living, revel in the literary feast Louisville, Ky., Nov. 16 Pat Lally ; nered from a medical almanac brickbats; when it read "Irre- and were excellent citizens. inspector lor the LouisThe "cuss" word of Dr. Voils and .enjoy a joke that would ville Street Railway Company and an sponsible." convulse the crew of a livery employe of that Arm 37 years, has Jim Cager was oneJof the was, "rot take" and he called this to say about Tanlac, the premier Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Mr. Oscar Pile, "Oysten." Mr. stable. Thatdass is to be found preparation: kindest friends I met during my everywhere. At a death bed, have suffered from stomach "I Eye Specialist sojourn; and I hate to'leave a Pile had some very fine pigs, they would read the exploits of trouble which developed gradually in- Special attention given Diseases of all to a general debilitated condition. I false impression. I know it was and the doctor wanted three. He went over, and was told that Samson with that jaw bone; and had, indigestion and my food didn't Domestic Animals not intentional on part of either be surprised, that it was not a taste right. When I got up in the" Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on printers nor editor; but IJnotice the pigs were for sale. After a disagreeable taste in Jamestown road. message of consolation. For morning I had constipated, there was my mouth was linotype they were caught and tied, the that new hands on a 114 G. dialogue ensued: this class no writer can afford to a fullness in my head and I had no Phone cause correspondents to say some following Columbia, Ky. desire for breakfast. "Well, Oysten, what are they waste his, sweetness on the desfunny things. I am something "I was tired all the time and pulled myself through my day's work with wuth?" "Oh," said Mr. Pile, ert air. of a tyro in use of a typewriter, Business Pho e 13 the greatest effort. As soon as I had leddence Phone13 B Melvin L. White. you. Just and now and then make wrong "I'll not be hard on a half bottle of Tanlac, I betaken gan to improve. When I awake in letters, and small letters for cap- take the pigs along; and I'll let From Georgia. N. MURRELL g the morning I feel refreshed. My ap- DR. yot pay for them in itals. petite also is good and my food agrees and mending. I like to encourwith me. That tired feeling has left IDENTIST, Iamsertain that JinT'Cager age Nov. 4, 1915. me arid I am buoyant and feet like a an.industrious man." "Well, knows that PTiold him in graterot take it," said the doctor, In Valdosta Georgia Fair there new man." premier preparation, is Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g ful memory; as well as all others weighed Tanlac, the "unti&tem theji. I'll pay you was a small man who sold in Columbia at Page & Taylor's up Stairs. . that are regarded as my friends; fur; the pigs ,an.!. youay. jne fur 65.'pounds 3 feet 'drug store. Adv. but all the sophistry of moralises Columbia; - Kentucky my work.. JEtqt take it, I owe, no in 'height. His - wifevswetehed' a cr si d 'j j. forgive "an can not cause me tir 42 pounds and;was'3feet 3 inches This is a sweet potato country. man; .ah.'. never,. intend to." , , could impenitent enemy. I one child This has not been a good year in height. They-had- fight a man in sudden heat and Among friendsiof by gone days, was a girl 22. years old, .and for-them as it has been dry. Notice were George "Ridley" Hurt and make friends; but a deliberate weighed 703 pounds. Can you Some have weighed as' high as General BlacKsmithlng Tom P. Hurt, the, latter a son of and premeditated injury; .the beat that?. 18 pounds this year. If it had Buggy. Carriage and Wagon Repairing neatly of--. Pleasant laws of neither God nor man re- Gurren 0. Hurt, There wa3 a covr which had been a good year, no telling done. AH kind3 of Rubber Tires put on. Specla quire me to paliat or condone, memory. five legs and two udders. One ud-d- how much they would have attention to Horse Shoeing. Prices right and George was a man of fine, condifference between me and the and leg on her back. She weighed. rsatisfaction Guaranteed. through some other people, is, that they versational powers, gave milk from both udders. I have" seen the rice in the Shop on Depot St. near L. & N. Depot J claim to forgive and I don't. I which bubbled a vein of humor. I;am now in Berrien county field. They plant it in rows and PHONEINO.i 73 have heard preachers preach for- I learn that both are still citizens Georgia. I have at last located plow and hoe it like corn. Some giveness, and then backbite and of Adair; but to my regret, JEFF PARSON, a schopl for the year. The school is threshed out ready for use. failed to meet either. attack their enemies by innuenCampbellsville, Ky will' be five months and begins They beat it off the straw by Another man that I remember do. This is not the code people the last week in this month. hand. Sweet oranges grow here preach; but it is what they prac- pleasantly is Guin Bradshaw. Teachers are plentiful here this in this neighborhood. Grapes tice. Of course if an enemy re Of course I remember Sherift year. I think the time is here in abundance. pents and proves his sincerity; Sam Mitchell kindly; for he tenI am prepared to do any kind of Tin when Georgia will supply her The towns are clean and nice Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. I it would be both cowardly and dered me the hospitality of his schools with her own teachers. and attractive. Pleasant people make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized unchristian to withold pardon. home; and fed me the fat of the Kentucky teachers will have to everywhere you meet. Tanks, Sand Fumpsand any other Among old friends, I have lost land. It was with sincere rething made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call find work in other States. Yours very truly, sight of Philip Voils. While in gret tfyat I. failed to see Miss at my shop if you need anythin6inmy Jas. O. Prockr. Times are fine now in Georgia. Missouri, I learned that Dr. Salli.e Stewart; one of my best line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Cotton is worth from lie a She, doubtless, reOver L. W. Bennetts '3 Store. William Volls, his father, was teachers. Knlfley. pound to 30c a pound. Corn75c cut off at the untimely age of gards me as a poor exponent of S. E. Bridgwaters, 'to $1.00 a bushel. 106. In days gone by, I knew her skill; but so far I have mancommunity I have decided to study law The health of the Jim Voils, Henry Otterson and aged to escape the penitentiary is very good at this writincr. J. B. Stone J. H. Stone Miss Tenneesee Voils. These all and the poor bouse, which is and quit teaching as soon as I Miss Flossie Arnold spent last came from the volunteer State to some cause for congratulation. can. I may teach one more year Stone, & Now and then I hear from Allen after this as I have contracted in Saturday and Sunday with her Kentucky, some forty years ago. sister, Mrs. Fannie Tucker, of Attoney-At-LaTThe doctor, at that time, was of Pile; and remember him as a no- your county for another year. Casey creek. I like Georgia fine. I have "venerable aspect and patriarchal ble youth and a manly man. 3 Will pra(5tice m whiskers. He was an unregis- Winfield S. Hurt and Sid Snow been down here so much I feel Rev. Oscar Capshaw filled his this and adjoining counties. regular appointment at Parnell's tered "bocanical doctor" and are friends of by gone days; and like I am a Georgian myself. While in never exhibited a diploma. He both are in Missouri. Jamstown, Cotton picking is the order of chapel last fourth Sunday. Kentucky : that State I hoped to see them; the day. The gin at Aclel gins The social at John Arnold's believed that the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the but was disappointed. My old about 80 bales a day- - and that last Saturday night was largely DENTAL OBTETICE nations, and governed himself friend, Cyrus Hurt, is I think, sells at about $100 a bale of long attended. All reported a nice at Elida, New Mexico; and I cotton. The short cotton gin, time. accordingly. Dr. should enjoy to see him again. gins about 40 bales and that is Misses Bess Cabell and Reedie He did not advise you to swat DENTIST the fly, not to spit on the floor, There is a colored friend and worth about $50 to $60 a bale. Dulworth spent last Saturday OVER FA.XJISC DRUG CO. not build a hog pen too near the acquaintance that always greets You can see the amount of nightand Sunday at G.R. Feese's "house, to bathe every day. not to me with a cordial welcome; and money turned loose daily Jin BerMr. and Mrs. C. M. Baulc Columbia, Ky. Col. Logan Bomar. Men rien county. Turpentine has spent last Sunday at Tom taste the luscious lips of fem- that is RES PHONE SB. OFFICE PHON1 may come and men may go; but, gone to ouc a gallon. Liumoer inine beauty; nor did he persege goes on has gone up to the top notch. A series of meetings are in cute the germ and lowly microbe. like the brook,-Loforever. Like Col. Amos Owens, "strin-,iganprogress at Plumpoint church, He gave "tonigans, Good times are in sight all SAVE NOW conducted by Rev. Phillips,- a former and picturesque char- over the South. and 'as a last resort; his Misses Edith Chelf and Hazel incomparable "hellbuck." When acter of Cherry Mountain, N. My school will pay $50 a month Knifiey spent Saturday night $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma hellbuck failed, human lore was C.;Logedoes penance for including board and washing. I with Miss Flossie Arnold. of the revenue laws; but $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand unavailing; and the next thing am now going to teach an arithWe have a new blacksmith in was the undertaker. The doctor North Carolina has canonized metic school for a short time at our town Joseph Moore, of Tay- Course, Time Unlimited, if you enroll on or before November 1st was strictly honest, and never Amos Owens; and Loge may yet 10c a day a scholar. lor county. martyr. made a debt. He brought his be regarded as a W. B. Hovious is having a new Write today for catalog and $20. This is one of the times I ran discount coupon No. 32. family and effects into Adair Not that my friends are nu- out of money and would have addition built to his house preAddress, paratory to moving back to this county with a yoke of oxen, and merous; but all who have shown been up against it if it had not place. H.O. KEELING, Pre. Tented part of the farm now me kindness in the past are en- happened that I found friends. Stripping tobacco and gather& owned by Bascom Garnett. Jle graved on the tablets of my Georgia has some of the best ing corn ia the order of the day Iryait Straiten BvsiAe& Ctllege Louisville, Ky, in this section. people on earth. worked about 14 hours a day, From North Carolina. well-know- n L. H. Jones -- shoe-makin- J. . . : and-wa- .. . . - . , to the Public ,- , er . TIN WORK. . Stone w James Triplett Mc-Dermot- t's. j" $20.00 in-frati- on