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It is but little trouble for some to make selections: others find it very difficult to select just what they want By looking through the show windows, it does seem like the desires of both the young and the old could be satisfied, as many handsome and useful articles, suitable for gifts, are on display. A mistake is often made in buying for children. Instead of selecting articles that are soon broken and thrown into junk piles, buy presents that are useful, something they can keep nice books and articles that will not break from a slight fall. Another thing should, be strictly kept inviolable. Do not tell a child that old Santa is going to bring it certain things, and then have the child disappointed when the time comes Stick to your promises, thereby making the little ones happy. Columbia, like all towns of its size, has within its borders poor children, some of them orphans, hence arrangements should be made in due time, by the five Churches, whereby every child wjthin the corporate limits should be remembered. Christian talks and Christian promises do but little good without action. Help the poor and when you lie down at night your conscious will be at ease and you will be blessed with peaceful sleep. We have never known a man who practiced real charity giving to the worthy unfortunate, whom God did not prosper. Lost. From Tandy Hotel "or on road be- Attacked by Bull. ty-fiv- Well-Know- n Minister dead. Thompson-Ewin- g. Eloped to Jeffersonvilie. Mr. Jas. Herriford, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Herriford, who recently removed from Columbia to Buffalo, Larue county, and Miss Nell Hind-madaughter of Mrs. and Mrs. L C. years of A. J. Bridgewater, fif e On Thursday afternoon, December age, of Lebanon, Ky., a cattle sales- 2, 1915, Rev. W. H. C. Sandidge, after man for Tatum, Embry & Co., was at- a long illness, closed his eyes in death, tacked by an infuriated bull in the the end came at his late residence in company's cattle pen at the Bourbon Greensburg. He was the pastor of Stock Yards last Thursday morning. He was severely bruised about the body and legsand probably whouldhave been killed but for the timely arrival of employes of the stock yards, who rescued him as he lay helpless on the ground with a big animal trampling him. Mr. Bridgewater is a man of large build, weighing over 200 pounds The bull first rushed him, pinned him against the side of the pen. It hooked its head between his legs and tossed him over its back. He fell clean, but before he was able to arise the animal jumped on him with its fore feet. Stockmen, armed with heavy canes, rushed in and beat the bull off. Mr. Bridgewater was removed to his boarding house, 1009 Story avenue, where he was attended by Dr. C H. Hunt. In addition to the bruises he was badly shaken up and suffered a nervous shock. An examination "revealed he sustained no broken bones. Although it cannot be determined unhours. til after a lapse of twenty-fou- r It is thought he is net hurt internally. Louisville Times. Mr. Bridgewater is a son of the late P. H. Bridgewater, and was born and reared near Cane "Valley, Adair county. He has been a salesman at the Louisville Stock Yards for a good n many years. He is to all the stockmen in this section of the State. well-know- the Presbyterian church of that place, and had been for a number, of years. years old, and more He was sixty-nin- e than twenty years of his life he resided at Bliss, Adair county, and during his stay In this county he was the pastor of the church at Hnion, loved by his members and the cdmmunity generally. He was truly a Godly man and his works will follow after him. The news of his demise brought sorrow to many homes in Adair county. The funeral services took place last Saturday, the sermon being preached by J. R. Crawford, of Pikeville, Ky. On November the 28th Mr. Claud Thompson was married to Miss Mabel Ewing. The ceremony took place at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. S B. Ewing, Birmingham, Ala. The bride is a daughter of Mr. Wesley Ewing, who died atCamp-bellsvill- e many years ago. Her mother, before her marriage to Mr. Ewing, was a Miss Borders, a daughter of Mr. George Borders, who was a citizen of Campbellsville for twenty years. The couple will reside in South Carolina. The bride's father was a son of Mr. Jas. R. Ewing and was born and partly reared in Columbia. G n, Loose Leaf House. Hindman, of Sonora, Hardin county, eloped to Jeffersonvilie, Ind., and were married last Friday night. The Hindman family also recently removed from Columbia to Hardin county. This announcement will not be a surprise to the young couple's friends of Columbia ,and vicinity, as those who were on the inside have been expecting to hear of their marriage. The groom is a very, industrious young man, and the bride is a favorite. Mr. The Greensburg Tobacco Market Be sure to visit the window at Rus- sold on their opening sale 50,000 pounds sell & Eubank next Saturday and save of tobacco at an average of 37.10 per cwt., on Burley and 85.40 per cwt., on time and worry. Dark tobacco. We had very little dark on sale and it was of very poor After the Game. . Jas. S. Ray Dead. s The Monticello Outlook, in commenting on the recent game of basket ball played here, the former town High School team against Columbia High School team, makes the following statement which is absolutely correct: 'The Monticello boys are offering all kinds of excuses as to how it happened, but the general opinion is that they got a fair, square licking, and the thing for them to do is to quit thinking they are IT and play harder.' Mr. Jas S. Ray, who was a prominent lawyer of Louisville, died last Saturday morning, aged 69 years. When a young man he was a citizen quality. of Columbia and boarded at the home One fine crop of Burley sold by C. E Nunn, of Greensburg, of 2,000 lbs., of Judge Jas. .Garnett, Mrs. Frances at an average of 812.50 per cwt. Wood, who was the mother of Mrs. Garnett being his aunt. He was a Prices ranging as high as $19 75. Bring your tobacco at any time, and moat efficient business man and a lawyer of recognized ability. He was the you will be promptly waited on. Daily sales, Free rejection, Cour- son of Preston Ray and was born and reared near Edmonton, Metcalfe counteous treatment. Greensburg Loose Leaf Tob. Co ty. E G. Dobson, Sec. A. W. Howard, Mgr. A Death. - Christmas Money for School Box candies and toys at the Nell & Hill's Come and see store of t. Teachers. .will tween Columbia and Jamestown, on Nov. 27, a black Leather traveling bag. Will pay a reward of 5.00. Emma Vories, Monticello, Ky. 6-- lt Died in Burkesville. Mr. W. H. Newby, who some years ago was a citizen of Columbia, residing in the poperty where Mr. W. H. American Ever Keady Works, Long Wilson now lives, died at his late Island City, New York, who manu- home, in the suburbs of Burkesville, $919, 746 46 goes to the 'rural school facture and sell to the retail trade last Wednesday. He was about fifty-fiv- e 8209,294.10 to the city years old and a good citizen, one teachersand flashlights and goods of line character, teachers? offered a medal, solid silver, for the who will be missed from the busy The school teachers of the State not have to wait for their Christ mas money this year at least," for warrants amounting to $1,129,040.56 have been drawn on State Treasurer, Rhea, by Superintendent of Public Instruction, Barksdale Hamlett, for the double payment due the rural and city Primary school teachers. Of this amount The death of James Roberts- occurred on Nov. 12th, 1915, about five Thoroughbred Berkshires, five gilts, o'clock, at Madison, Illinois, while employed in a car shop. He dropped 8 months old, elegible to register. dead while working on a car. Cause Nice individuals, 815.00 each, if taken being heart trouble. at once. On receiving a telegram I left on Ernest Flowers. the first train to be at the bedside and to see after the burial of my deceased brother. HONOR ROLL B. L. Roberts. e--2t For Sale. Department Lindsey-Wil-so- n Card of Thanhs. Mr. J. K. P. Dixon, who lost his wife two weeks ago, desires to express his also the other surviving members of the family, their grateful thanks for the many kindnesses shown during the wife and mother's illness. Such friendship is always rewarded by the Father above, and can never be Training School. window showing the most attractive display of their goods. Mr. L. L Eubank, who is a salesman in the Paull Drug Company's Store, this place, and who is known as an artist in window dressing, entered the contest, dressed a window had it photographed, and the picture sent to the Ever Ready Works. More than one thousand contestants competed, for the prize, the result to be named by competent- Judges. After a careful inspection, Mr. Eubank was giveri the decision, and he received the medal - walks of life. He leaves a wife and Notice. perhaps one or two children. During his stay in Columbia he made quite All who are indebted to me for millia number of friends, all of whom will nery goods are Kindly requested to settle be sorry to learn of his demise. at once. I need the money. Rabbits. Mrs. R. W. Hurt, Gadberry, Ky. 6.2t. Seventh Grade. Mary Harris. Frances Strange. Amelia Damron. Elizabeth Harris. James Frankum. Louie Feese- - " Fifth Grade. ? Mcfc se-a- forgotten by earthly friends u : last week. county is call to the immense stock of candy at Nell & Hill's. 6-- The attention of the teachers in the The Louisville Times of last Saturday commented, editorially, on the steps Prof. Huffaker has. taken, as School Superintendent, to compel parents to send their children to school. The article paid him a high compliment, and urged that he keep up the good work, and suggested that other Superintendents follow the course pursued by Prof. Huffaker. Go to the lOcfStore sure. Eev. O. M. Johnson, of Dayton, O., has located in this place, and he and his wife are occupying rooms in the on Burkes-vill- e Hancock rooming-house-, Street. He will have charge of the United Brethren Churches, outside of Columbia, in the Columbia dis tyrict. Dr. H. W. Depp has removed from Bomar Heights to the cottage he pur chased from Mr. J. S. Breeding, located on the street leading from Mr. Don't leave Town until you see our Breeding's residence to the Graded line of new goods. We havemany arschool. ticles you may want. Wilson's 10c Store. We commence publishing a trip to California this week, written by Mr. Mr. Ed Moss, the lineman for the W. T. McFarland. It will go on for Columbia Telephone Company, fell several weeks, and is worth reading. from a pole, on Bomar Heights, last Thursday, receiving a severe gash on loushold furniture for sale. Call his left arm and was otherwise bruisoojtev. O. M. Johnson, Columbia, . ed. . The two National Guard companies, Live Rabbits, trap caught, not crippled, 15c each. Send them to- - of Lexington, two from Louisville, andthe companies of Richmond, W. T. Hodgen, Eminence, Frankfort, Campbellsville, Ky. Henderson with, bands from Richmond and Hopkinsville are par The people of Ataandaville are de- ticipating in the inaugural ceremo termined to keep out of the creek and nies which are going on at Frankfort (Tuesday.) The companies the mud. .Cumberland county failed purposes, are under the command of Major C to accept State aid for road but the citizens living in the afore- W. Longmire, of Frankfort and Masaid community have taken the mat- jor Thompson B. Short, of Lexington, ter in their own hands, and by private who is temporarily located at Columsubscriptions, they have bought bia, being the manager of the Rapid scrapers and other road machinery, Transit Company which runs between and are now at work, building a metal Columbia and Campbellsville. highway which will afford an outlet We will have a nice line of Books in wet as well as dry seasons. They and Bibles, suitable for Christmas will expend thousands of dollars on this road which is coming in the di- presents. See them. Wilson's 10c Store. rection of Columbia. We glory in their determination tb bring about The December number of the Rebetter road conditions. view of Reviews is of special interest, and readers who are endeavoring to I now have on hand pumps of all kinds for any depth well. Come and keep up with the European war should send for this very able magazine. The see my stock before you buy. are based on S. F. Eubank. facts and are written in a way that R. K. Young bought of R. F. Paull, make the events of special interlast Thursday, two Aberdeen Angus est. Besides war news this periodical male calves, four and six months old. deals in all other important matters. Reviews, 30 Thes are fine specimens of this breed Address the Beview of N. Y. New York, of cattle. Consideration, $150 for the Irving Place, two. You will find it at Wilson's 10c Store. Shel-byvill- er e, Mad-isonvlll- Delbert'Arnold. Sadia. Mullinix. , Margaret-Harri- s. t.onnn M.jMUVI A.WUUW Rmnh "- - . Third Grade. ' . ' . For the next week, I, will pay 23c; cash or 24c. in the store for eggs. D. M. Moore,-.Garlin,Ky- .o. A o-- . 49-t- f. s-- tf to-da- y. While on a recent trip to Casey county, Mr. G. R. Reed, the ;" Raymond Shreve. Insurance man, met with the misforn V Bill Hudson. ' J tune to get his buggy horse considerably hurt. He was driving out of First Grade. a Liberty, and was about one mile from Maxine Moss. town when the horse broke through a Alta Barbee. bridge. One hind leg was badly hurt Delmar Pennycuff . bruised, Mr One hundred per cent, in speling for and the horse otherwise Reed left "his horse in charge of a vetNovember: erinary and returned home, hiring a Perry Bronaugh. livery outfit to convey him. James t well-know- n -- Virginia Harris. .. KatheHne Williams,? . Frankum. Sadie Mullinix. Sanford Strange.. Katherine Williams. Look at my stock ' 6-- 2t you buy. 6-- of pumps before They work easy. S. F. Eubank. If you want stick or fancy candy call at the store of Nell & Hill. Eu-bank- 6-- Ky. 6-- The show windows of the business A blind horse that belonged to Corhouses about town are now attracting tes Miller fell over the bridge, on Water Street, last Tuesday night which the attention of the "Christmas existence. oded hte-earthi- y kinds of handwork, as well as Springs, stopped. As soon as good useful articles and edibles will be for weather sets in the work will be sale. pushed to completion. Get your Christmas presents at Russell, & Eubanks, 'next Saturday. The Ladies' Aid Society of the " Presbyterian Church will give a social December JLlth. Tuesday evening at of. Judge John Henry Rice,, of color, was be- IF.iC.Baker. All- members of ithat.. fore Judge Herriford Monday morning church and their families are cordialThe business for the year 1915 is upon a charge of unlawfully selling ly Invited to attend. rapidly coming to an end. All outliquor. He was fined sixty dollars standing debts must be paid, hence and given twenty days In jail. Childrens' hats 50 cents at we want every dollar that is due this t. Stults & Co. fs behind on office. Every man who The pupils of Miss Clark and Miss and we hope they King will present "A Fairy Conspirour books knows it, Walker Bryant, County Court Clerk, We acy" will not delay longer in paying at the High School Gymnasium, pur obligations to meet, and we Tuesday evening, Dec. 21, at 8 o'clock. has issued, recently, the following have marriage licenses: must colle.ci In order to do it. Come John J. Biggs to Katie B. Pike. and pay or send in a remittance. in will operate its The Lindsey-Wilso- n Cash Coomer to Geamle Jessie. own electric light plant. It is being Owen H. Stone to Malinda Penick. Morrison & Baker, the hickory peo- installed this week. ple of this town, started operations Mr. G. A. Smith sold his Cumber Born, to the wife of Attis McFarMonday on the Julius Gaskins yard. load this land, Jamestown, on the 30th, nit., a land river farm, a few days ago, to S. will ship a two-ca- r They S. Jones for about 88,000. month. son. the-hom- e 5-l- writings A. H. Ballard, who is State Road Inspector for Russell county, on ac- The ladies of the Baptist church count of weather conditions, has had will have a bazaar at Russell & work, for the present, on the road on Saturday Dec. 11th. All leading from Jamestown to Russell many s, r j ; y. y THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS or buildings, a pavilion for danc- just a little lower down. ing and other amusements, the Here we readjusted our specks, And again are looking around. ferris wheel, Here in this Royal Canion, balls and babies, and many oth- Lives the Grizzly Bear, er attractions, and out on the Of course I did dot stop, InterestJA Trip to California and Other lake they have their motor boats, Fearing I would find him there. ing Places. reel, gasoline and other kinds of As we have got down to the boats. Tourists, pleasure seek- city of Sacramento, will tell you down, "3!o the Readers of The Adair County News: ers, were constantly going and a few things that I think I know. Even the bald eagle with his crown, coming in those boats. It is a I find some of the finest looking A trip to the West and South- a description, "What is the Gar The monkey and the Polar bear, They in numbsrs were there, great place for bathing, and farms and some of the prettiest west, also to the Panama Expos- den of the Gods?" And to an- The coon and the wild cat, question I'll be honest Elk and deer, what do you think of numbers and numbers would be cattle I have yet seen and the ition at San Francisco, Cal. We swer this tha? bathing at a time. They remind- city of Sacramento is a beautiful and say, I don't know, but here The hoot owl with its noted horns, Myers & Son's large 'boarded is what I find. First, our atten- And the parrot with feathers that ed me of wild ducks forty years city. Seemed to be plenty of ago on Cumberland river, when business. Wheat crop the best .Auto Tuesday morning at 10 tion was directed to three, let adorns. -- o'clock, a. m., Aug. the 3, 1915. me say, big rocks. Those rocks We 1, we left the city at 10:00 they would come in droves and yet. So many herds of fine cat "We are now off for Campbells- - could nob be described to make o'clock, a. m., came back by way settle down on the water. The tle. Shorthorns, Herrifords, ride. This the reader sensible or see them of Pueblo, and entered Feather bell rings and we are off for the Holsteins and Jerseys. ville, a twenty-mil- e space was soon covered and we as they are. They stand 380 feet Canon or Royal Gorge, through city. On our return we take a Now, back to the land propostreet car and take in the sights, sition. Fifty miles east of San arrived in due time, had a nice high. Are of a yellow or red- Castle - Gate. You may ask lay-ovwaiting for the train until dish color. Stand on end or edge- what Royal Gorge is. I say and then to our train, go to bed Francisco and on down to the .3:30, p. m. Then the Greensburg wise and have the appearance scenery or show. In other words, and move on we know not where. bay, we find many pretty farms, tnixed train came along took us that they had fallen from the sight seeing, or seeing sights I Monday morning found me up some beautiful orchards and up shook us about and at 5 o'clock sky. They have a very peculic r cannot describe, but there are early viewing the country, as we groves, yards or vine fields. set us down in Lebanon, Ky., and shape. Near the top of two of hills and bluffs hundreds of feet swiftly passed. Through this Wheat sacked and stacked by here we had another them our attention was directed high. Some of them seem to territory we were passing, there the roadside. Straw also being rest. Then there came along a to what they called the kissing hang completely over the rail- were more jack rabbits coyotes baled and stacked up ready for faster train took us in and we elephants and you could see the road. I looked and looked till and so on than I ever saw before. the train. are now speeding for the city of picture. my eyes were sore. It is dark A gentleman on the train told me Just here let me stop to say Louisville. Leslie Johnson and We next visited a house that now so I cannot look any more. that the jack rabbits had become We are in sight, San Francisco Bay, evening at two o'clock, snyself being together, the time would take the traveler away While asleep we passed Conti- so obstructive to crops in some It is Tuesdaybeing And we are hurried to the dock soon passed. We arrived at 10th back. We found here an old In nental Divide, or Tennessee Pass. places that it was getting to be Safely here do we land and Broadway Station at 9:00 dian whittling out his bow as in So I am up Sunday morning at a serious question as to what t0 Completely under our captain's com mand. o'clock, d. m. We went direct ancient time. They had relics 4 o'clock looking for another do with them or about them. Up the stairway we made the flight, ly to the Victoria Hotel, spent a and souvenirs to sell. Saw a pet- rock. We were now traveling Just here we made a stop switch Just for che purpose of seeing a sight, good night, meeting several of rified Indian, so said to be. So throug the Rockies, and many off of the main track, and while And this we did, don't you know For we were insight of San Francisco. waiting for another train to come Allow me here to make a note. .our party and with others, Mr. we are called off here by Mr. wonderful sights to be sepn. ,J. T. Cruteher, who was to chape-son- e Cruteher to the Sunnyside Hotel We are now making what is we took a little outing. One That we were ushered onto a boat. Yes, boats are plenty to be seen the crowd. Wednesday morn- for dinner. The dinner was fine called or in other man had a gun and killed a large Although I was afraid of a submarine. ing, at 8:35 o'clock aboard a steel and much enjoyed by all, and words winding down the side of rabbit, and the rest of us threw There were warships looking fine, Pullman sleeping car and now now comes the excitement. We the mountains. We are moving rocks and had the fnn of seeing And that's the reason I was afraid of a mine. we are off for the big trip. We are to start in a few minutes to on now, and it has been an them go. We were traveling But across we went safe and sound, .took the Louisville, Henderson the top of Pikes Peak. Yes, we eventful day many things to through Nevada Valley. Sand Autos waiting was what we found. One thing I remember well & St. Louis R. R. We went down got there all right. Have been to attract attention. I have been as far as you could see, and Was when we landed at our Hotel. looked like a body of water lying Here we all got very quiet, tthe Ohio River passing through the top and have returned to the amused muny times y several nice little towns, Owens- bottom safely, and now what watching prairie dogs hustle to out before you. No doubt in my I am done now, Good night. Here we are in San Francisco, i)oro and Henderson, crossing the about it. First, will say it is their holes or stand on their hind mind that there has been many We passed over 14,000 feet high and takes feet and look and listen to see lives gone out trying to cross the Wednesday, Aug. 11, 1915. Well, ariver into Indiana. through Evansville, a very nice over two hours to go to the top and hear what would be the next Great American Desert. And here we are, up early, and ready little city. Crops in many places on a train. 'On a train did you thing done, Some of our crowd, now as tne snaae oi evening for the Great Exposition. Peowere drowned out or badly dam- say? Yes, we went up on a train when opportunity was afforded came upon us, we entered upper ple are now crowding in and I, aged. So here we are in St. One that was made especially for threw rocks at them, but by the California We soon found a like the rest, must go too. We ILouis waiting our change. After the business. An ordinary track time the rock got there the doe change in the atmosphere as we now have spent the day and struck the pine forest. Nieht about it what shall I say? Will a short time we are switched to was laid and in the middle of was gone. it do to just say it is a big show? ' the Missouri Pacific and leave this track was also layed a row The next thing I wish to speak came on and I was forced to Well, it is all of that and more. We go . St. Louis at 9.00 p. m. of cogs, and this row of cogs of is a coal mine near the rail- close my eyes cot satisfied bevo bed, have a good night's rest, were so adjusted and attached road, quite a dirty looking crowd cause we were entering Royal It being the first of the kind I are up early Aug. 5th, and to the engine that it made safe coming out and going in on the Gorge or Feather River Canon, ever saw, it would be very naturonly that, we were told al for me to say it is the best find ourselves nearing the Kan the going up and coming down. side of the mountain. There and not sas line. I am pleased with a The distance we travel on this were Hobos, Dagoes, little mule as we retired for the night that ever, I believe from what I have seen and heard others say, it is good deal of this country. While line is nine miles. A very steep dump'carts, and near the place there had been a wreck on the one the greatest Exhibitions this jthe corn crop was not what I ex- grade in some places. You may were some nice farming lands, road just three miles down the country has ever had. One who pected to see having been so be surprised when I tell you that some nice stock, wheat harvest- line, and that five cars had been stays at home all of his life has jemuch wet weather. Most all the mile ing was going on, and gardens derailed. So I went to sleep unthe last one and one-ha'oFheat still in the field and I saw has a 25 per cent, grade. Yes, were looking pretty and green, der those conditions, waking up but little knowledge as to what man reaping wheat. It had you do feel very queer indeed on and would remind you of a gar- at four o'clock next morning, I is going on in the world or how straw-falle- n found we were still waiting for it is going. I will say some of and seemed to be top of this hill. den on "Pea Ridge" in Columbia. something, so in a very short the Islands hsve done themselvee ..as dry as a shuck. I found out Now let me stop and say I am reminded here that we are time the wreckers began to come proud. China has a fine display by asking that we ara now in I cannot describe it in Utah, and nearing Salt Lake. you know, Quite a number of But one thing don't in, and whether this was an ac- of silken fabrics and other very Colorado. Well, we ran into Salt Lake Sun The top was white with snow. pure and simple, notable things. New York has towns and places we might men Stop and wait, hear what I say. day eve August the 8th at 7 p. cidental wreck is or a providential one for tourists a display and the one that I shall tion, but space and time will not Yes Sir, it lie.snowing here today. m. (I mean the city, not the No not at all no This is -people, I never make mention about particularadmit. For our company is now playing snow- lane.) While it was our purpose and ly is her furs and skins and some ball. We come now into the city of to see the lake, we were inform will know. Suffice to say, that of the finest furs I ever saw are To look away makes one weak, ;Pueblo, Col, one of the buiness From here you can see Cripple Creek, ed on arrival that a train would we were allowed the sight's that here on exhibition. Indiana comes places of the west. While here And dear friend don't you know leave for that point in five min we had desired so much to see. along well represented. The woDenver Colorado. we have been pleased to see just You can see and and go down utes. Then there was quite a And now to try to write a description men's work was immensely adstop here I vain in me, people do things. They Some other time I'll come around. Jiow stir getting out and across town Certainly would beits granduers vertised. South Bend Chilled beauties and It's .dnean business and do business. Bacfr now to our train we go to catch the train, Leaving our You will have to come and see. Plows were also advertised. Also Thn onto Denver Colorado. vWe leave this point now for Cobaggage in charge of a porter, But a few notes 1 wish to make Yes, here we are just feeling fine. other states and machine comPardon me should I mistake lorado Springs.Garden of the Gods Got here on splendid good time. we rushed across and boarded a To give you an idea panies, the Case, the Internation everything quiet .and Pikes Peak. Well, this trip But after supper stay train for the Lake a twelve mile As to just what it is all night. We concluded to al Harvester Co.; Osborne and lias been made, about it I now After staying all night, am glad to say trip, and we sure enough come" to Writing, reading and looking, others, the Argentina Seal exwrite. The boiling up of this We conclude to tour the city next day. Salt Lake. Shall I tell you Going through in a whiz, is all over, hibit was something of a show And Its clear gurgling waters, mineral water is a wonder, of I willafter this come back certainly what I saw out at the Winding on its ownway, about and creatures of the sea and here which we all drank freely, and And give you a description, Well, there are many And its high top peaks, Lake? is something I will spell its name High as the cloude, I would say, .afterwards felt much better, and If you think you would like. things I might say about Salt Jt winds on like a snake Well the tripes over and we are back for you and you will have to projiow we take automobiles and again, Lake, but to describe the place Thafrcrawls after night. We ran into great tunnels, poetry 1 cannot renounce it Tatucoreetodasypus. igtour the Gardens of the Gods. I And from writing will do. It is a stopping place And we are gone out of sight, frain. (To be Continued.) iiear you ask before I commence We took a touring car went all around, or station, a very large building Only to come out again, just a splendid good town, And just here by the way, I have something else I wish to say, In this great city as you know, The people hustle and they sure go, We toured the city for two hours, Admiring its grandure and its flowers, We also made a visit to the park, Here we could have stayed until dark, They had every thing from buffalo We find Denver HISTORICAL PAPER, Merry-go-roun- d, -- er -- two-hou- rs . f , . Loop-it-to-Ioo- p, to-da- -- . -- d lf to-da- j sight-seein- g -- ? THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r5 GET RID OF CHILLS AND FEVER Dr. DENTAL OBTEICE IS) (B 9! 3) Good Healtb You Need a Tonic posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com- Doubles the Value of Your Services 'A James Triplett Columbia, worth half pay. A man or woman in poor health makes a poor leader, a poor sort of a parent. half sick man la not CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. The value of Peruna in the home can scarcely be estimated. It prevents many of the common ailments. It is an excellent remedy for coughs, colds, catarrh, grip, spring fever, tired-o- ut JDEINTISX Chills and Fever, or Malaria, are caused by a germ. Millions of these germs are OVER FAXJIL DRUG CO. soon multiplied from the few that first find Ky. foothold in the blood of their victim. To RID YOURSELF of these germs OFFICE PBON1 you must PURIFY your blood, strengthen RKS PHONE SO. make yourself so the vital organs, and robust, vigorous and healthy that they will be CAST OUT to STAY OUT. DR. THACHER'S SAVE $20.00 NOW Liver and Blood Syrup has been widely known for many years as the "Best Chill Tonic." It has earned this $75 00 Bookkeeping or Shorthand reputation by helping countless THOU- Course, Time Unlimited, if you SANDS of people, many of them living in the malarial sections of this country, enroll on or before November 1st. to CLEANSE their blood and BUILD UP their strength so that the fever germs Write today for catalog and $20. would be cast out of their bodies. discount coupon No. 32. A vast multitude of people take Dr. Address, Thacher'js Liver & Blood Syrup to prevent Fever and Chills from attacking H. O. KEELING, Pres. them. It is a wise and profitable precaution. It PAYS to fortify yourself against Bryant & Stratton Business College malaria. And if it happens that you neglected to do that, and are now afflicted, it Louisville, Ky. will surely pay you to take instant action and get this reliable remedy working for you at once. TRY IT AND PROVE that relief is at hand. and $1.00 bottles. I am prepared to do any kind of Tin THACHER MEDICINE COMPANY;) Work, Roofing, Guttering, &c. I Chattanooga, Tennessee. 50-ce- nt feeling. $55.00 pays for a Full Diploma Sit down and think it over. See whether you can afford to go on half sick. Some people prefer Peruna Tablets to the fluid Peruna. The Situation in Mexico. 161 Has Helped Thousands. tWi IBJ XXXXX 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. AH Wheat Ground should be Rolled Before Seeding. Clod Crushers and Pulverizers at $25.00 and up This $25 Crusher has always sold at $33.50 Plain Rollers 7 ft. $19.50. There are indications that the situation in Mexico is gradually resolving it3elf into a state of guerilla warfare. Deprived of ammunition the forces of Villa and Zapata are gradually disintegrating into bands of marau ders which prey not only upon native and foreign elements in Mexico itself, but cross the bor-band raid American ranches. Villa has gone so far as to serve notice that he will respect neither American lives nor property, while Zapata kills and burns without taking the trouble to give notice. With forces at his command Carranza is unable to give assurances, though he is undoubtedly doing the best he can to establish peace and security. er TIN WORK. I For Sale By Page & Taylor In A Tight Box. ii. Mason Fruit Jarsr Pints 40c. Quarts 45c. Half Gallons 70c. International Harvester Company's 8 Disc Wheat Drill Complete, $60. Manure Spreaders at 25 per cent, off wholesale prices. I. ft. C. Prices. ' International Harvester Company's Disc Harrows, sizes on hands at 10 per cent, less than Prices. Prices good while stock lasts We also sell the Superior Wheat Drills, the Oliver Chilled Plows the farmers best friend, Bellvue Disc Harrows and Walter A. Wood Smoothing Harrows. Yours For Your Good Will, I. H. C. Woodson Lewis, Surveying Landowners Attention. tfT. C. Faulkner, is prepared to do your Surveying correctly. He has thirty-thre- e !eM$i$ years rea- anEEisrsBuna, ky. $ C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON 9w4tr&cU Special Napoleon once said that could see a dozen ways of getting S. E. Bridgwaters, an army into England, but had never been able to think up a the allied army away from Gallisingle plan of getting that army poli, and suggests that, perhaps Lord Kitchener has gone co that out if a reverse came. The English themselves are front for that purpose. It will be easy, of course, to get the now in a position to remember first detachments away, but as this saying of Napoleon with an soon as the allied line is weakarmy of several- hundred thouened by the withdrawal of troops sand men on the Gallipoli peninfor embarkation the Turks may sula which is unable to go forattack, and the position of the ward and cannot be removed The situation is further comlf of the or last without great hazard. plicated by pressure brought by army of invasion may be very The original landing of French foreign nations to secure settleperilous. Such an army cannot and Enlish troops at Gallipoli ment of financial obligations. be embarked in one day or in was a difficult enterprise, but neNot only Madero but Huerta seven. Louisville Post. the situation then was very gotiated large foreign loans, givdifferent from what it is Coughs and Colds are dangerous. ing concessions which have been The Turks and their German Few of us realize the danger of practically valueless. Some of "We consider them Coughs commanders were not informed commonand Colds. and harmless ailments. Howforeign nations now need these of the plan and only a small ever statistics tell us every third pertheir money, hence their efforts son dies of a lung ailments. Dangerbody of troops was ready to re ous Bronchial and Lung diseases folto collect. But with the curren As your sist the landing of the allies. low a neglected cold. germs, no body betcy of Mexico debased and otherstruggles against cold The first men to land promptly ter aid can be had than Dr. King's wise disordered, payment is prac Its merits "dug themselves in" and their If ew Discovery. young In has been use over tested by old and tically out of the question. MexAvoid years. Get a bottle trenches proved stong to hold 45 ico is exhausted. Its resources risk of serious Lung ailments. the back the Turks until a sufficient- For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. dissipated. There have been ly large army had landed to in must be a long period of rehabA conference has been arsure the safe landing of reinilitation If foreign nations will ranged with Gov. Stanley to conget the money; if forcements. wait they will sider the tax problem in Ken This was more than six months they will not they may suffer tucky. ago. Since that time the whole loss. situation has changed. An army Take a English and French is of 300,000 War Upon Pain! OxdenBXeJ. Pain is a visitor to every home and faced by at least that many Tonight v usually it comes quite unexpectedly. Turks and at many places the It will act as a laxative in the morning But you are prepared for every emer lines are very close. Neither gency if you keep a small bottle of '" Paull Drug Co. Slpan's Liniment handy. It is the the allies .nor the Turks can greatest pain killer ever discovered. come forward, but the allies will Simply laid on the skin no rubbing A Splendid Offer. required it drives the pain away. It find it hard to get away if it be is really wonderful. admitted that the Turkish deUntil further notice we will Mervin H. Soister, Berkeley, Cal , furnish The Adair County News one writes: "Last Saturday, after tramp fenses are impregnable. year, Cincinnati Weekly Enquir - make Sheet Iron Stoves, Galvanized Tanks, Sand Pumpsand any other thing made in Tin or Sheet Iron. Call at my shop if you need anythinG in my line or repair work in tin or sheet iron. Over L. W. Bennetts's Store. he one-thir- d one-ha- to-da- y. to-da- y. !feaa& . - 3 a, experience. Charges sonable. Attnetin to Eyes ur-ric- Phone 74 or write T. 0. Faulkner,? Columbia. Ky. Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock, lion due when work is done or itock removed from stables. UCATltN-NEA- KE) I0GIES' tESlBENCE MtWKSVlLLE STREET. ing around the Panama Exposition This situation is discussed at with wet feet, I came home with my neck so stiff that I couldn't turn. I length by an officer of the applied Sloan's Liniment freely and went to bed. To my surprise, next American army in the New York almost dismorning, the stiffness-haappeared, four hours after the ssecond Times, and the writea concludes application I was as good as new." that it will require military abil March, 1915. 25c. For sale by Paull Adv. ity of the highest order to get Drug Co. the er, one year, Boy's Magazine, monthly, one year, Farm and Fireside, semimonthly, one year; year; and Household Journal, monthly, one year, all for 31.65. This is the best offer ever made by this office, and all who want read ing matter should send their subscriptions to this office at once. To-day'- s Maga-zine,monthly,- 4-THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 e P. P. Wesley was in Columbia prices are not much inducement FEELS NQ NEED on business' Vast Saturday. to our people to raise them. R. D. Williams and W. C. Quite - Mr. bam Underwood and famRabbits are plentiful. OF DIETING NOW Evans were visitors at W. E. HIGHEST PRICES PAID, ily, of Cropper, Ky., are visiting a number are being killed and Remittance Muled oa Day Williams last Thursday. Shipment U Received Dr. S. H. Kelsay, at this place. placed on the market Quail is Misses Fannie, Lois and ShirNo Commission to Pay of Dr. scarcer than formerjyears. No J. W. Dougherty Says He Eats He is a brother-in-laWrite for Price Lilt ad ley Williams spent last Thursday Kelsay. He is also postmaster one reports of bagging but a Shipping Tbk All He Wants Since He Bevery few in a day's hunts. night with Mrs. Bess Williams, and depot agent of the above gan Taking Tanlac. M. Sabel & Sons of Dunnville. place. Mr. B. F. Rakestraw is build EtUi&iied 1SSS Iaesrponkd LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. Mag Rubarts spent sevBorn, to the wife of Woodruff ing the Prague" church near here Louisville, Ky., Dec. 7. Among Hearon, on Thanksgiving, a girl. for the colored people. He is a those who have tested the value of eral days last week with Frank first-clamechanic, and the Tanlac, the premier preparation, and Neat and wife. Mother and child are doing well. who. are loud in its praise, is J. W. JAS. TAYLOR, house of worship will be a credit Dougherty, of 2111 West Marketstreet Mrs. John White and daugh- DR. Sam Gribbins, who was raised to them as it will be modern in this' city. He is widely known in ter Marie, visited at.Rudolph Has located in Columbia "Louisville. Becently he said: at Merrimac, was killed by Dan every respect. "For a long time I had been a suf- Beards last week. McClain near Loretto fast Saturand will do a General Rev. Joe Furkins preached two ferer from catarrh and stomach trouSeveral .from this neighborday. The trouble grew out of a practice. to speak of. had no ble. sermons at Libtrty last Sunday. EveryI morning I appetite it seemed to hood attended the social at Ras got up, divorce suit of McClain and his He has been employed as their mepfeeling worse than I had the day Combest, of Dunnville, Friday Residence on Burkesville Srreer. wife at Lebanon, at which GribOffice In Butler Building before. I was all choked up, and what pastor for the coming year. night. on Public Square sleep I got seemed to do me no good. bins was a witness. The reBorn, to the wife of Charles I tried dieting, but that did not help. W. R. Knifley and wife spent mains of Gribbins were brought S. Thorpe, on the 22nd, twin My condition ?ot worse instead of last Thursday atWel by Willian,s. back to the Merrimac"cemetery HENRY W. DEPP, boys. Mr. Thorpe claims his better "Friends urged me to give Tanlac a Mr. Spurling, of Taylor counfor burial. wealth is $10,000 more than it trial, finally I did. It was remarkDr. C. V. Hiestand happened was previous to the advent of able how quickly it helped me. My ty, was in this community lookappetite improved It wasn't a ques- ing after stock, last week. Am permanently located in Co to a very painfuljfaccidentJUast the boys. tion of dieting any longer I ate all 1 Quite a number from this Thursday. Inhandlingla pistol lumbia. Prof. George Roberts, of the wanted and I wanted a lot. I began discharged, shattering the Kentucky Agricultural Exper- sleeping soundly. I have gained neighborhood attended the sale it was All Classes, of Dental work done. Crow strength and weight." at J. B. Thomas', Casey county, bone of his fore finger.HIt had iment Station, made a very inMany others suffering from catarrh dge and Inlay work a Specialty. to be amputated below 5the structive talk to the farmers of have found relief in Tanlac, just as last Thursday. Mr. Dougherty did They have made All Work Guaranteed knuckle. Taylor county on the improve- public statements like his in praise of Gradyville. Office over G. W. Lowe's remedy. ,Rev. J. S. Chandler preached ment of the soil and modern this peerlessnow being is sold in ColumTanlac Ray Flowers and Mi3s Jennie an interesting Thanksgiving ser- methods of farming. It is worth bia at Pajje & Taylor's drug store. Shoe Store t Adv. church. while for every one to listen to mon at the Presbyterirn McFarland, of Columbia, were in He had a large congregation and talks on conserving the soil. our midst one day last week. Born to the wife- - of 'Whit all were well pleased the way Mr. W. B. Gibson, of Clermont, The first Quartetly meeting on v Veterinary Surgeon and'Denlist 'the message was given them. Kansas, "was visiting his brother Grear, Nov. 27th, a son Clar- this work convened here last """ s Rev. Chandler is going to be near here this week'. Mr. Gib- ence Russell. Eye Specialist Thursday. very popular with the church son was State Superintendent of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Breeding Quite a number of hogs were Special atenticn given Diseases of all and son areTvisiting at Milltown Domestic Animals people. the schools of Kansas a few slaughtered here last week. Office at Residence, 1 mile of town, on this week. Mr. J. W. Kerr is at Russell-vill- e years ago. He has made good W. L. Grady has a fountain of Jamestown road. Dee Tarter visited his parents, and other points this week, and shows what pluck will do. . water at his well recently drilled. Phone 114 G. Mr. Jacob Cappock and wife near Tarter, from Saturday un-adjusting claims for insurance, Columbia, Ky. A. Dolphus Rodgers was visitand looking after the welfare of and Mr. Cloid Cappock and wife, til Sunday. ing his friends over in Green Several from this neighborthe companies he represents. motored irom Troy, Uhio, one Business Pho el3" county last Saturday and Sun- (esldence Phone13 B day last week to our town. He hood attended the social at Mr. day. Mr. Jesse Sims, Lebanon, was has a brother here, and spent Harmon's near Frazer, Thursday N. MURRELL at this place Wednesday placing T. B. Do well spent several days DR. enjoyable days with him. night, given in honor of Miss several in position nice monuments at on the tobacco market, last week, Mr. Jacob Cappock is also a min- Bess Cabbell. All reported a IDENTISTj graves of B. Ford and E. F. the in Louisville. fine time. ister, and filled the pulpit for Turner. They are the nicest Charles Morrison and family Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g Rev. Link on Sunday. Mrs. Viola Neat is quite sick pieces of work in Bethel Cemehave moved to Strong Hill's up Stairs. writing. tery, and marks the respects their Mr. Robert Sublett, of Romine at this J. S. Breeding was in this property, on water street. Columbia, - Kentucky children have of them as par- and Miss Myrtle Gardener of Saloma, were married by the community last week on business. Jo McCubbins, while squirrel ents. J. H. Stone Rev. J. L. Piercy, Wednesday. hunting one day last week, killed J. B. Stonb Dirigo. Miss Elizabeth Turner and Mr. Both are highly esteemed, and a very large grey fox, at a long Robert Gaines were married on and all wish them a happy and News has been very scarce at range. & Stone. the 22nd by Rev. A. G. Link. prosperous married life. Dirigo for the past few days, Charlie Sparks bought a comNo invitations were sent out, and Mrs. Maggie Smith, daughter The entertainment at Bird bined horse from Ray Flowers, Attoney-At-Laonly a very few intimate friends of J. D. Miller, of Hatcher, is school house Thanksgiving Day of Columbia, one day last week. were present. They will make visiting relatives in this county. Q Will practice in was largely attended and every n C. D. Mayfield, the their home with his parents near She lives at Huntington, W. Va. this and adjoining counties. one in attendance appeared to dry goods man of Nashville, was Roachville. The bride be rememMrs. Maggie Turner, who re- enjoy the occasion. calling on his trade in this secKentucky Jamstown, : bered by some of your people, as cently sold her property here, Several head of hogs have tion last week. she attended school in your town moved to Campbellsville this changed hands in this community Frank Dulin and family who attended. All reported a nice two sessions. week. W. T. Mardis moved to lately at $6.00 per cwt. have been living in our commun- time. Mr. J. Hugh Gibson and son, the property vacated by her, and James W. Campbell, who is ity for the past two or three Tom, spent a pleasant week with will continue to farm. Nearly Born, to the wife of Oscar Arthe only Mexican soldier now liv- years, have removed to their nold, the 23rd of Nov., a boy of the property owners . his son, Walter, at Willisburg, one-ha- lf ing in this county, has been very farm in Metcalfe county. We county. Walter is and tenants in this neighborhood Stanley. Washington sick for the past few days, but regret to loose this good family. in the mercantile business at the will live at different homes next Miss Flossie Arnold spent last is some better at this writing. George Dudley and family, year. We never have had as above named place. Sunday with Misses Eula and JuQuite a number of the younger who have been giving in the much changing of places to live. lia Corbin. Several of the farmers butchJudge Cloyd had the misfor- set from this place attended the Pickett community for a numered their meat the first of the Miss Rosa Bryant, Leslie tune to lose five stock hogs this spelling bee at Greenbriar school ber of years, are moving to their week. It was not really cold and wife, Bob Beard and property, hear this place. We house last Wednesday night. enough to take the risk, but not week. He prepared some medA. C, Wheeler, Jr., spent last George Hill, Fairplay, did busi- are glad to have this family, of many think they will suffer any icine for them but instead of Sunday at G. H. Feese's. people with1 us. curing it is thought that it had ness here one day last week. loss. Born, to the wife of J. I4J C. O. Moss has the cromofrfor effects. His hogs jyilliam Hobson, Camnbells-villCorn gathering is almost done, were not thrif was here one day last week, slaughtering twp of the largest Feese, Nov23, a boy. thought and a good crop has been gar- they needed a tonic. looking after his timber interests. hogs in this community up to the Several from this neighbor- present. The two tipped the hood attended the social at Allen nered. Corn is selling at $2.50 Neatsburg. Eunice. scales close to eightj.hundredl Harmon's, near Purdy, Thursa barrel. pounds net, and made two hun- day night. Several 'from this neighborA few people enjoyed their Several from this place were dred and fifty pounds of lard, as Born, to the wife , of L. R. hood attended the sale at Joe Thanksgiving by eating turkey in Columbia Monday. we understand. Chelf , a boy. Miss Sarah Grant, who has Tucker's last Wednesday. and the accessaries that go with Killing hogs is the order of such, but such is a luxury this been visiting: relatives at Eunice, Elmer Rubarts and wife visitKnifley. returned home Monday. the day in this aeighborhood. ed at Dunnville Sunday. season on account of the scarce-t- y rvs Miss Lillian Bryantspent last '' of turkeys. Turkeys are low, Neat, who has been Millard Young is receiving The social at S'. H. Knifley's Thursday night with Miss Mat-ti- e Frank ,spokes at this place now' quite ill for some time, is better. Thanksgiving nigbt selling at 12 cents a pound. Such Evans. was largely Hatcher. VI w -- -- ss " L. H. Jones J. Stone w well-know- Dul-wor- th fche-opposit- e, ty-and-- he- -- il. TT THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 6 & EVERYTHING IN ar- . - V ROOFING Asphalt, Gravel, Rubber, Galvanized FRANKFORT PLANS ELABORATE ENTERTAINMENT FOR KENTUCKY HOSTS AT THE INAUGURATION and Printed. Also Elwood and American Fence. Steel Fence Posts DEHLEP BROS. . CO- - ncoroorated 1 12-- 1 16 Eaat Matket street Between Pirst and Brook Louisville, Ky. Birdseve viewlof our Plant SHBHsk 9p w5Sfcx7 xa l EHS!? r "Largest in Dixie" V. J. Hughes & Sons Co. Incorporated i5 yL !&3 Aj ift i, 33 .3 3a LjaJ wlv Cr Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Florida has increased its pop- They live in 19 miles of Jacksonulation 39 per cent in five years. ville. I also visited Eugene Buster and family. They all seem Danger Signal. to like out here and doing well. the fire bell should ring would If I liked out here fine so, I went you run and stop it or go and help to to work on October 2, and I got pub out the fire? It is much the same a place to live, and wrote back way with a cough, A cough is a danger signal as much as a fire bell. You home for the rest of the family should no more try to suppress it than to come out here. We live on a to stop a fire bell when it is ringing, farm six miles from Jacksonville but should cure the disease that causes but we can see the city from our the coughing. This can nearly always place, It is so level. The roads be done by taking Chamberlain's are fine here, and the autos are Cough Remedy. Many have used it with the most beneficial results It many here. Jacksonville is a nice little city is especially valuable for the most ben eficial results. It is especially valuable with 18,000 population. It hasn't for the persistent cough that so often any saloons in it. The State asyfollows a bad cold or an attack of the lum is here. There are 2,300 pagrip. Mrs. Thomas Beeching, Antients here in the asylum. The drews, Ind , writes: "During the winter my husband takes cold easily and State Dumb School is here. There coughs and coughs. Chamberlain's are about 1,000 in this school. The Cough Remedy is the best medicine State Blind school is here. It is for breaking up these attacks and you .next to the largest blind school cannot get him to take any other." in the United States. Since I For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adv. got here the weather has been fine. I have only been hindered From Illinois. from work one day on account of of bad weather. It is not very Jacksonville. Nov. 23. cold here. There has been sevEditor News: Trusting I may find space in eral frosts. Corn shucking is your paper for a short letter. the order of the day now. John When I left Kentucky I promised Kelsay and myself will shuck some if I did stay in Illinois that about 80 acres of corn for one I would write to The News, so man. Corn is very good here. they would know where I was. I It will make from 40 to 75 bushel left Glensfork Adair county, Sep- per acre and is selling at 53c. tember 26. I got to Jacksonville per bushel in the crib. Wheat is 111., September 28. I visited worth 80c per bushel. Oats, 50c Charley Wilborn and family. per bushel. It was very wet Top Left Gov.-eleStanley. Top Right Below Left Gov. McCreary. Below Right Lieut.-Gov- . Lieut.-Go- v. elect Black. McDermott. Top Center The Capitol at Frankfort. Below Center The Governor's Mansion af- - Frankfort. (Continued on page 6.) here this summer like it was in Kentucky. People out here raise lots of hogs. Each farmer that has hogs at all have from 100 to 300 head and some have quite a lot of cattle. Some farmers feed as many as 80 head. It seems to me like it would be a good place for Mr. J. A. Young to -- FEW -' DROPS -- When you feel out of sorts from constf pation, let us say that if do not relieve you, see a phya. because no other home remedy . only by us, 10 ceata. Paull Drug Co. Our Advice Is: .. .J.-So- OF- ld BOURBON POULTRY CURE He would not have to ride over so many counties to get a drove. We would like to see a letter from Glensfork each week in the News. Now, if any one wants to write to any of us, you know where we are. Hope I will get time to drop a few lines some other time. M. E. Blair. Many People In This Town never really enjoyed a meal until we advised them to take a come to buy cattle. before and after each meal. by us 25c a box. Paull Drug Cb. A GREAT Sold only SUBSCRIPTION OFFER. Read Our Liberal Paper Offers We will send the Adair County News one year. The Daily Evening Post, one year, The Woman's World, one j ear, Home' Life, one year. Home and Farm, one year, People's Popular Monthly, one year, A beautiful calendar for I9J6 all for S3.25. If you want reading matter now is the time to subscribe tf and was a good christian woman. She was a member of the U. B. BOURBON REMEDY CO. Lexlngion, Ky. church, and will be greatly missed for to know her was tc McGaha. love her, for she was all her husband and busy gatherThe farmers are she leaves father, niothezv-brother- s find the yield very ing corn and and sisters and a host" good. of relatives and friends to mourne of the farmers are kill- her loss. Several ing their hogs on account of the Rev. I. M. Grimsley and Ruck close among them. er Grimsley have returned home disease getting Some have lost several of their from Tennessee, being called to--hogs. see his sick daughter, but reached' Hazel Powell, who has been on here too late. the sick list for the past week, We are all glad to know that is up and about. the rock is being prepared fonr William Harmon's family is on building the.new pike. the sick list. Bud Hooks, who has been on I keep on hands a full stock o?" the sick list for some time, im- coffins, caskets, and robes. I also keey proves very slowly. Metallic Caskets, and Steel Boxes and Mrs. Wonnie Breeding, the two hearses. Prompt service night or wife of Lilburn, died last Sunday day. Residence Phone 29, office " morning and was laid to rest phone 98. 1 yr J. F. Triptett, t Monday in the Freedom cemeColumbia. X35- tery. Mrs. Breeding was the Ad, love,-Besid- es one-chil', In the drinking water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures Roup, Colds, Cholera, Limberneck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. At drce-gis- ts or by mail postpaid. Valuable poultry book free. daughter of Rev. I. M. Grimsley d, ' 45-- - vy t . Nervous Women. A Foxes J W When the nervousness is caused by $2 50 to'31.00 each; Coons $1.25eacft constipation, as is often the case, you will get quick relief by taking Cham- Squirrels 40c. each. Send them to W. T. HODGEET, berlain's Tablets. These tablets also Campbellsville, Ky.-- . Box 232, improve the digestion. For sale by Adv. Paull Drug Co. 1-- tf. THE ftDAtRXOUNTY NEWS THE ADAIR Ji COUNTY NEWS to have been thrown back several,, miles. , .Mining and aeroplane oper 6 - BY THE ations continue on the Franco-Belgia- n front, both Berlin and Adair County News Company Lindsey-Wilso- n Paris reporting successes at va(Incorporated.) rious points. Closely following the visit of CHAS. S. HARRIS, EDITOR. Emperor William to Vienna comes Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest the News that three members of of the City of Colombia and the people of Adair and adjoining counties. 9 the Austrian Cabinet have resigned, the withdrawing memas second Entered at the Columbia bers being the Minister of the class mail matter. Interior, Commerce and Finance. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.00 PER YEAR successors have been named. The resignations and the GerWED. DEC 8. 1915 man Emperor's visit have given rise to a wide range of speculaThe Louisville Times pays Mr. tion as to the present state of Huffaker the following complaffairs in Austria, particularly iment: Tobias Huffaker, Superas to whether the happenings intendent of Schools for Adair have any connection with rumorcounty, has set to work to have ed peace moves by Austria or to the compulsory school law en- concessions that might be desirforced. The method is simple ed of her with a view to the the fining of delinquent parents. maintenance of Rumanian neuIt is not to be denied that the trality. When the Entente Al law, which fixes the school age The Winter Term of Lindsey-Wilso- n is arranged with lies have concentrated 500,000 at from six to twenty years, reference to rural teachers. Proper clasification can be made men in the Balkans, Rumania . works an unnecessary burden on will deliver an ultimatum to Auswhen your school is out. Total expenses for Teachers in this the taxpayer and serves in a according to a ' report curtria, part of State cheaper than elsewhere. measure to account for the large rent in Bucharest. Demonstranumber of "children out of This term is arranged with reference to boys and girls from the rural schools. tions by meinDers of 'the Rumant Responsibility for the school. Their best time to. enter is Jan. 3rd. They get a full half year's work, avoidian Parliament who' favor ihtetf fact that there are some 200,000 ing the bad weather and other disadvantages of rural schools' after Christmas. Vention in f avotf'of the Entente children of school age that do Allies are reported to have ocGive your son or daughter an opportunity, under safe care, thorough courses, not attend school is not, howevcurred at the recent opening of good surroundings, and low rates. er, to be explained away on the the session of the Rumanean legscore that the age limit is carried -islative body. too far. The bulk of the chilRome claims further progress dren out of school are under for the Italian armies in their e i g h t e en, and, in not a few desperate struggle for Goriziar. the d e 1 i Columbia, Kentucky. The current official statement of parents is responsible. from Vienna admits a slight Mr. Huffaker is going at a wrong withdrawal by the Austrians thing in the right way. More from a small portion of the Go- power to his elbow and more of rizia front. his caliber! . Sinking of the British steamer bullet during the Serbian oper J. P. Lewis winsnn his fight Kingsway with the probable loss tions. before Judge Stout in the race of five members of her crew is The British steamers Middle-tofor Secretary of State. The reported by London. of 2,506 tons, and Clan MacAccording to an Athens dis- Leod, of 4,796 tons, have been Judge dissolved the temporary Have Removed restraining order granted patch, Serbian soldiers who fell sunk by submarines in the MedBarkesdale Hamlett. The Com back into Greek territory after iterranean. Four men on the To New on Cross missioner will now issue a cer- Monastir was evacuated were Middleton were killed and one tificate to Lewis, the Republican, not disarmed, but were treated They have a desirable location and will was wounded. who has 115 majority. Hamlett with notable consideration. pay the highest market price for all kinds Much suffering is reported should now quit. Rugby. of Produce. among thousands of refugees The negro, Jack ' Henderson, from Monastir who are arriving Bro. Purdue, of Bridgeport, murdered John Fox, the post at Fiorina, Greece, after a long preached an interesting sermon The Firm is known as Srong and Reliable and for who master at Glenarm, near La- tramp through deep snow. years has been dealing with the people of at Harrod's Fork last Sunday. grange, Ky., will be tried at ShelDebarkation of additional Willie Bragg and wife, of Adair and adjoining counties. by ville. It is very evident that British forces at Saloniki is reBridgeport, visited Mrs. Bragg's the electric chair awaits him. ported through London. A Brit- parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 J. Bring on your stuff and get the CASH. It is now Governor Stanley, ish correspondent at the Greece Thompson, last Saturday and the inaugural ceremonies having port, howover, declares the mil- Sunday. itary situation there is not satisEli Rosson is down sick with been completed yesterday. factory from a standpoint of the malaria fever at this writing, Congress convened Monday Entente Allies. T. J. Rosson's condition is a FARMERS AND DEALERS IN T08AGG0 and all indications point to a A Montenegrin official state- little better at this writing. busy session. ment declares that an Austrian Ship Your Tobacco to The Mrs. Flora Josson and Mrs. attack near Plevlje, in NorthFrances Rupe are in bad health "OLD RELIABLE LOUISVILLE HOUSE" western Montenegro, a short WAR SITUATION. and have been for some time. distance from the Serbian "Where every Hopshead will have the Best of Attention, and be sold Crit Janes and family have Capture of 15,000 Serbians by was repulsed. 2for its Full Market Value Returns promptly made- the Bulgarians when they took A wirelss dispatch from Ber- moved from here to Loss Janes', Four months storage Free. Prisrand, the fall of which was lin denies rumors that Germany near Toria. We can recommend L. T. Logsdon, Asst. Mgr. reported yesterday, is announced is contemplating peace proposals. him to any neighborhood as be- Glover& Durrett, Mgrs. A Bulgarian The report that Emperor Wil- ing a good citizen. by Berlin statement places the number of liam is to visit Constantinople is Some one killed Crit Janes' STOP AT THE prisoners at between 16,000 and also denied. dog one night last week, in the 17,000, together with fifty canLondon has a report, which woods near home. Cause unnon and howitzers,3 20,000 rifleg lacks confirmation, that twelve known. and much war material. trenches have According to the Sofia Wa? miles of German Misses Vada and Myra Hayse, WHEN IN LOUISVILLE Office, Bulgarian troops are op- been taken by the Russians along o Sparksville, visited at T. J. the road to Tukum, west of Riga. erating successfully against the GOOD IROOIVCS $1.00 JEER DAY. SirjROPElAH' Reasons last Wednesday. A dispatch from Petrograd Allied troops in Southern Serbia. Pine Dining Room, Excellent Setvice, Low Prices Lawrence Harvey transacted The left bank of the Cerna is re- carries the report that Field Turkish and Electric Baths Tree Auto Bus Meets Trains. Marshal von Mackensen was business in Columbia last ported cleared of the forces, who are declarpd slightly wounded by a Serbian write iron reservations. Published Every Wednesday frO Training School -- ' Post-offi- 1 4 A .- 'instances, 4 4 Moss & Chandler, n, ee4e$4fr4444444Q46HQ"S'96 their Building S. ti. Grinstead & Co., Street 4 F. H. DURHAM, Manager. -- bor-be- r, " to-da- y. ' GALT HOUSE FL-AJS- .. Anglo-JFxen- ch THE ADAIR COUNTY .NEWS .. 7 F. Dannehold, Pres. G lhe Idler. W Hv J. Treas. J, F. D.nnehold, jr., Plc.-Pre- .. Geo. Twyman, Sec i NO ALUM i (By Robertee Campb.ll.) Main Street Tobacco Warehouse Co. , fll Oi... IM ROVAL BakingPowder AbsolutelyPure Avoid Alt Substitutes Personals. Programme. INCORPORATED He likes to be called "Mister James," While you are simply "Tom," And he never tires of talking Strictly Independent. DANNEHOLD & CO. Proprs. ? : About the place "I'm from." He usually has money, which 24. 32 S. E. Cor. Main & Twelfth Street Some kith or kin hath made liOUlSVIIEE, KY. By dint and brawn till dark from dawn Storage Four Months Free of Charge. Best Light in City. Best Inspection. While he lay in the shade. Promptly Made. Mark your hogheads, Miam Auction Sales Daily. Returns He's always IT when he's around, He takes the best In store, Street House. And you will smile approval, though AUTOMOBILE GIVEN AWAY You know he is a bore. Then when he gets the best you have Write for Particulars. He passes down the line, And bums the other fellow while Your crop is growing fine. But when he's gone you cannot rest, This man is such a bore, Center & Jefferson Streets For picture postcards, glowing scenes, He'll send you by the score. Kentucky. Louisville, Then when your work is over and $3.00 and $3.50 With Bath. Hot American Plan: S2.0O and 53 50 Your crop is gathered in, Privilege of Bath and Cold Running Water Your larder's stocked, your fruit is Local and Long Distance Telephones ripe, Your rest may now begin; in all (Looms. But no, the Idler seeks you out To tell you where he's been. W. R. LINDSAY, Mgr. maust Street house 1 1 1 1 WILLARD HOTEL I have a few fine White Wyandotte Misses Annie Lee Branham The following program has been ar- roosters I will sell at 81.00 each, Mr. Leward Smith, of LouisW. E. Harris, ranged by the committee for the Deand Mary Emma Smith are still ville, bought S. G. Bank's farm Mr. H. T Baker made a business Columbia, Ky. cember meeting of the trip to Louisville Tuesday. holding the medal for being the last week for $3,000. Mr. Century Self Culture Club" which Smith Miss Mary Miller is visiting in meets with Mrs. Geo. H. Nell at 2.30 Sinclair's is the place to get bar- best spellers in Breeding school. and family will move back to Louisville. Tuesday afternoon, December 14th: gains. Come and look. Born, to the wife of Rollin of Play ina Paper, The Function God's country. One by one they Messrs. L. O. and P. Hardesty, Leb- sjstem of Child Training, Branham, Nov. 17th, a son. Breeding. Hancock Hotel a - Mrs. B. E. Rowe. anon, were at the all'-ge- t back, and we are glad to few days ago. Misses Delphia Kinnaird and Isaac Hurt,, who , Jiaa ..been , General Discussion, have Mr. Smith and family. n Mrs. J. N. Murrell. Corda 'Fudge ' spent Saturday quite sick, is, out again. . Mr. J. E. Gowdy, the Necessity for Games, was here from Camp, stave dealer, John SimpsoU'lostaJine horse J. W. Fourth is visiting his ' Mrs Allen Walker. night with Miss Nina Simpson. bellsville, a few days since. Physical Training for Young Chil- ' 'Mrs." 'Eva Brown, of New Port Wednesday . Some trouble with son, Frank, in Chattanooga,' Mr. Wm. Francis, insurance agent, Mrs. George Wilson. dren, and out in the counwas in Columbia Ky.ls visiting Mrs. John Simp- its foot became so serious, that Tenn. Children's Amusements, ty last week. His home is Campbells-villeMrs. A, EL Ballard. son, at this place. he thought the case hopeless Willie VanHoy made- a busiJenuye McFarland, Secy. 'Dr. Holland Simpson was seri and had it killed. Barnett, of Chicago, Mrs Herman ness trip to Loretto last week. 111., is visiting her parents, Mr. and See my line of Men's Suits and ously ill Saturday night and SunSausage and spareribs are evMrs. W. R. Myers. The Band boys are stepping Overcoats at reduced prices. day, but we are glad to know ery day fare in our section now. Mrs. W. A. Hynes, who visited Mrs. 5-Albin Murray. he will soon be out again. It is told me that the largesc high. They are on the top round C. M. Barnett, Mt. Vernon, III., has returned home. During the month of December, A lively bustle of socialbility in crowd every packed into Breed- of the ladder. When you want 1915 and January and February, 1916, Mr. J. E Bohanan, Cookville, Tenn , j our village is making things ing school house, gathered Thurs- - to hear some nice band music, we wui.send the .Louisville uany Herwas here recently. day evening to witness the ex--1 COme to Cane Valley on Monday ald and The Adair County News one move around. Mr. B. F. Hatcher, Campbellsville, year each for $3.25. tf. Misses Sarah and Janie Tray-lo- r, ercises given by the school here, 'nights, when Prof. Sullivan, of was in Columbia a few days ago . from Beck's Store, was with Every thing went off quietly and) Columbia, is with them, and you We are closing out our stock of Mrs. A. E. McNatt, Bowling Green, was at the Hancock Hotel a few days Clothing and Shoes. Sinclair's. Miss Elsie Froedge Thursday i am sure no one present was will be delighted. since. night. Misses Corda Froedge, sorry he came, for the program Notice. Mr. W. W. Abell, called to see our Lula and Lille Fields were guests was a most enjoyable one. The Cane Valley, 'No. 2. groceryraen a few days ago. of Miss Myrtie Janes Monday teacher, Miss Laura Smythe, has We will pay cash for white oak Beer Dr. B. F. and Dr. Jas. Taylor and In the presence of only a few gone to East Fork, staves in the rough at our mill in Co- night. Misses Lelia Garmon the reputation of being a most their wives have lumbia. Ky., for the following beer after the holidays. to remain until and Myrt Janes were with Miss skilled disciplinarian, and a won- relatives and friends Mr." O staves: O. Bright, of Horse Cave, Mr J. and i Barrel, 221 in., 4 in. wide $20.00 up, Elsie Froedge Sunday. Miss derful expert with young folks, Stone and Miss Lindia PenickJ was here a few days ago. m. Rosie Thurman was visiting Miss and her management on heart, pay clear of sap, of the two very prominent young peoB Mr J. C. Shirley, son of Mr. B. W Barrel, 22 in., 3 in. and up to 4 in., i school here has proven her worVirl Rowe Thursday. Louisville for the pur- If on heart, pay $15.00 m. Shirley, is in pie, of near this place, were unitinpose of having an operation on one of Barrel, 18 in. long, 4 in. wide, clear The dwelling of John Froedge thy of the reputation. Her his eyes. of sap, If on heart, S10.0; m fluence in the Sunday School and ed in marriage at the residence Must be clear from worm holes and was destroyed by fire last TuesSpindle and T. W. SpinMessrs. L. church work is also highly ap of W. S. Dudgeon December 1st. dle, of Louisville, who are uncles of streaks, water soaks, bird pecks and day. About everything in the We could recom- We wish them much happiness Mr. R. W. Shirley, visited iu Adair a all defects. This runs till January house was lost. There was also preciated. days ago Mr. Wm. Hudson also 1st, 1916. few a beautiful $180 piano, which he mend her to any community but throughout life. Elrod & Co. came with them. had purchased in' Louisville it is useless since she is not seekSeveral people from this olace Mr. J. C. Goier, Nashville, Tenn., Closing out Bargains at Sinclair's was here lastlFriday. months ago. I un- ing a position and we hope she attended the Thomas sale, near about two Diddle, of Logan county, Mr. J. A. derstand Mr. Froedge is pre- will not seek a change for many Milltown, last Tuesday. years to come. a former citizen of Adair county, was For Rent. paring to erect another house on Columbia list Saturday. in f Mr. W. M. Hancock made a the same site. Valley. Mr. C. S. H:rris attended the inauCane A ten room .residence, well located business trip to Liberty, Ky., gural ceremoi: es at Frankfort Tues- in the town of Columbia. Has a The entertainment at Wilson day. large barn, orchard, etc. Will rent in school house last Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Chat Dohoney last Friday. "Mrs. J. O. Eussell came out from connection, if desired, a small first botMr. E. J. Page and son, Wel-bwas greatly enjoyed by Miss are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Louisville lastiTuesday and remained tom for corn, also meadow. See Dr. Gainsville, left Saturdav, Dec. 4th, for here until Fn ay. fane came ro ar- - J N. Murrell, Columbia, Ky., or Laura Smythe ana more tnan a Guy Breeding, in write! T. A. Murrell, Lebanon, Ky. range for m r. Kussell's home coming, Texas. dozen of her grown pupils from Indiana, for a few days stay. believing that ,he would be able to Bramlette Beard and family, Bargain. this school. They all say, "Hurleave the hospital in about two weeks. Esq. W. E. Hancock, who was who have been in the hotel busiHe is improviur daily, and our inforrah! for Wilson school " thrown from his horse and conmation is that 111 indications point to 1 am agent for the Louisville HerMiss Corda Fudge entertained ness in McKinney, Texas, for a permanent cire f ull restoration to ald a live daily and can make you a past two years, have re- siderably bruised up some days health. special price of $2.25 per year for a the following named young folks the short time. You can get it every day Tuesday night: Miss Lula and turned here to make their future since, is improving. at my bhop for 1 cent. Quite a number from this place Lilhe Fields, Myrtle Janes; home. V. Sullivan. Dr. N. M. Hrncock conveyed attended the entertainment Nov. Messrs. Gilliam Branham, Sam Singer Sewing Machines. Simpson, Harry Harrison and Johnnie Biggs, of the Mt. Car-m- 25, at Smith's Chapel, given by neighborhood, to the ElizaBob Fudge. their efficient ieacher, Niss Mat-ti- e am in charge of the Singer SewI Sunday Sctpoi Attendance. ascension, at the beth hospital in Lebonan, and The balloon ing Machines in Adair county and am Young and her scholars. It hi positlbn to show you the merits of school house Wednesday after- operated on him for appendicitis, 129 this old, well established machine Methodist quite a success. an interesting and last week. Young Mr. Biggs was 109 the best oa the market. Office in the noon, was Christian well and if Mrs. Clarence Newton and 91 Hancock Hotel on Burkesville Street. beautiful sight to the many chil- stood the operation Baptist 40 t L. W. Hayes. Presbyteiian dren, who had never before wit- no back set, he will be home in Mrs. John Railey, of Spurling-to- n, t. t. well-know- v - " 2t 5-- va 5-- t. ' y, Additional Locals. c-- 3t el nessed an ascension. s J. H. Janes has sold out. and I have 300 ricks of eighteen inch has removed his family to Horse We will furnis you oil drums at He and his family will $4.25. Oil, 50 gal m lots, 13cts. Also wood, on my yard, for sale at 60 cents Cave. headquarters for all country per rick. I will deliver at $1.25 per we are be greatly missed from our & ' To the Peoplepf Adair County. Wood for Sale. produce. 6t. -- Durham Hurt. rick. t. E. A. McKinley. three weeks, much improved. are risiting friends and relAn empty house on the farm atives at this place. of the late John H. Beard, was Mrs. Beard has removed from consumed by fire last Monday. Just how it caught is not known. this place to Bradfordsville. We regret to see them leave. No insurance. THE1ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ilT (Continued from pane 3.) (By Roger 'Burllngame.) Frankfort, Ky. Special Standing In the shadow of the magnificent $2,000,000 Capitol with his eyes resting on the statue of the martyred William Goebel, his friend and counselor, Augustus Owsley Stanley will take the oath of office as Governor of Kentucky at 12 o'clock, Tuesday, December 7, while the greatest throng that ever 'has witnessed an inauguration in Frankfort will be present to do him honor. Carrying out his campaign promises Governor Stanley will once more proclaim himself the champion of economy, retrenchment and the rule of the people. Arrangements rapidly being completed for the inauguration presage the greatest spectacle it has been the lot of Kentucklans to witness and from reports received by the various committees in charge of the details incident to the event, Kentucky from the Beargrass, the Bluegrass, the Penny-ril-e and the Purchase will be present to lend enthusiastic acclaim to the State's new Chief Executive. Ohio Visitors Coming. Vieing with the uniformed marching clubs from Louisville, including the Mose Green Club, the oldest and strongest political organization in the metropolis will be the Duckworth Club, the crack Democratic marching club from Cincinnati whose members will join the throng in Frankfort for the inaugural festivities as a tribute to the former Congressman who In many times of battle has been ever ready to go to the aid of his Democratic brethren in the Buckeye state. Henderson, the home of Governor-elec- t Stanley will send a special train with a brass band and a thousand enthusiastic "home folks" while Covington, Newport, Paducah, Owens-iboro- , Bowling Green, Shelbyville and Lexington will have marching clubs in the big parade that is confidently expected to eclipse that of any former inauguration. From 5000 From Louisville. Louisville alone 5,000 visitors .greater portion of the population of Lexington will spend the day in the Capital city. Already the advance reservations have exhausted the available supply of hotel accomodations and for days the members of the Accommodations Committee have been at their wits end to find quarters for jthe thousands of visitors who will be in Frankfort for one or more days. The committee has issued a call to the residents of Frankfort asking them to report the number 'of rooms they will place at the disposal of visitors and has fixed a standard price of $1.00 for sleeping quarters for persons who remain over night. The committee (will have the addresses of all persons who have available rooms indexed and will have members of the committee assigned to the hotels and the depots to take visitors in charge and escort them to houses where they can securp quarters, at the price agreed upon. The Executive Committee in charge of the inauguration determined to do away with the idea of sending out invitations over the State inasmuch as the ceremony is an event of interest I are expected and it is believed the to the whole people and in lieu of the usual invitations has Issued a general invitation through the columns of the various newspapers asking everyone to become a guest of Frankfort for the event. Parade The Big Feature. Naturally the parade will be one of the chief features of the inaugural day ceremonies with the inaugural ball at night as second in importance on the entertainment program. Here too will be displayed the determination of the committee to avoid any appearance of discrimination and the invitation that has been spread broadcast throughout the State includes attendance atthe grand ball. The fact that a majority of the visitors will remain over night and attend the ball is giving the committee some concern and the place for holding it has not yet been decided on. Of course a majority of the visitors simply will attend as sightseers but there will be so many persons dancing that it will require a floor much larger than has been available heretofore. Robert A. Brawner, chief marshal of the parade and the members of the Parade Committee have formulated plans for the inaugural procession which will start from the historic Capital Hotel and wend its way through the business section and across into the residence district in South Frankfort, enroute to the new Capitol. Chief Marshal Brawner has designated as aides men familiar with the duties of that office and in a majority of cases trained in the military maneuvers. Program Not Complete. The exact program for the inauguration has not been completed but will be announced a few days in advance of the event. Governor-elec- t Stanley is expected to arrive in Frankfort accompanied by Mrs. Stanley and their three sons on Sunday and they probably will be the guests of friends until they take up their home in the mansion. Governor James B. McCreary will introduce Governor-elec- t Stanley and Lieutenant Governor-elec- t James D. Black, to whom the oath of office will be administered by Chief Justice Shackelford Miller of the Court of Appeals. The inaugural address of. Governor Stanley promises to be interesting not alone because of his gifted powers of oratory but for the reason that he will outline a plan of proceedure for the next four years that will accord with the wishes of all Ken-tuckian- childreu, the Colored Normal School and the numerous other points of interest. As usual Col. E. H. Taylor, Jr., proprietor of the Old Taylor distillery will keep open house and incidentally win extend a general invitation to visitors to roam over his magnificent ble-mind- Visitors to Louisville Looking For s. The arrangements for police protection while the thousands of visitors are thronging the streets and the show places in Frankfort are being carefully looked after by Chief of Police Mangan and Mayor Joseph Rupert, Cincinnati will send a squad of trained men and Louisville and Lex s ington will furnish of recognized ability to insure absolute protection. Interesting Trip Promised. Aside from the interesting incidents that will feature the inaugural plans the trip to Frankfort will be made the occasion for thousands of visitors to get a look at the new Capitol, the historic old State House, the Reformatory, the Arsenal, the Institute for Fee thief-taker- county farm and see his champion herd of Hereford cattle and other stock. Col Taylor's estate is destined to be the rival of the Haggin farm and already is considered one of the show places. At Baker's distillery and the many others In and about Frankfort the welcome sign will be hung out to visitors while merchants and citizens throughout Frankfort will have the latch-strin- g hanging outside. Warden Wells of the Reformatory is planning a holiday for the unfortunates incarcerated behind the grim walls of the Reformatory and thousands of visitors probably will take advantage of the opportunity to get a glimpse of the inside. Rain Will Not Interfere. The committee in charge of the arrangements for the inaugural ceremonies at the Capitol has completed plans whereby a stand may be thrown up in a few hours either Inside or out, according to weather conditions. The disagreeable weather that marked the induction Into office of Governor McCreary will have little effect should there be a recurrence, for the broad corridors and galleries in the new Capitol will hold several thousand visitors and in the event of rain the stand will be erected inside and the ceremonies held there. That the attendance will be larger than ever before is conceded. The editors of all the Kentucky newspapers have been placed on the Publicity Committee and through their papers have extended the invitation to to be present and Darticinatft in the inaugural ceremonies. The Pub licity Commitee will have headquarters in a building adjoining the Court House, equipped for the convenience of newspaper men who will be anion;; the visitors and a cordial welcome has been extended to all of the Kentucky newspaper-meto be present and partake of Frankfort's hospitality. The beautiful scenery In and about Frankfort, the drives along the Kentucky river and the splendid roadways radiating from Frankfort will furnish opportunity for visitors to spend a portion of their time in pleasant sightseeing trips after the Inauguration ceremonies are concluded. Cheap Railroad Rates. All steam railroads in the State of Kentucky have published rates to Frankfort and return on account of Inauguration Dec. 7th of three cents per mile plus twenty five cents for the round trip. Tickets to be sold on Dec. 6th and 7th good returning until "Woodford prize-winnin- g Ken-tuckia- Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Are never disappointed when they visit our store. No bigger stock, no better values anywhere "Most for your Mon- ey" is our Motto. We compete successfully with catalouge offers and in many iustances give better values. Write to us if you are not able to visit Louisville Biggest Carpet and Rug Store Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Street - ISCORPORATED 522 & 524 W. Market "Efficiency" has made our growth- possible. A Remedy No Family Should Do Without tem-orar- y. n No matter how healthy a human Seine may be It is safe to say that lot many months are passed without ome obstruction of the bowels, in ..ords, constipation, even if only other The bloating, the dull feeling iay start after the evening meal. If a xative is not taken that night it is certain that sleep will not be sound, and you will awaken unrefreshed. Hence, it is important for you and for all the members of your famil that a reliable laxative be always kept in me nuuse ior just sucn emergency. It is sure to be needed, and when needed ou warn it at nana. ?2 !?.l&..t.h?.t.j areful of its health can such a remedy. But the question of which remedy to have on hand is also of vast Importance. The laxative most highly recommended by the majority of intelligent Americans as being best for babies and grownups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- - I sin. It is a liquid laxative-tonimild, and never gripes, is effective on robust People and can be given with safety to an einfant. Children like it because of th-gentle qualities and because it Is pleasant to the taste. It is the best remedy you can have in the house for any disorder of the stomach, liver and bowels, and many people like R. H. Morgan, Price, Tenn., and Jlrs. H. C. Davidson. "Wart-rac- e. Tenn., say they would as scon be without the necessities as without Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Anyone wishing to make a of this remeuy before buying it in trial regular the way or a aruggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home ?.r.ee f charge by simplv addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.. Jlonticello, 111. Tour name and aidressr on a postal card will do. c, all-arou- Dec. 9th On above basis the round trip fares to Frankfort and return from the principal cities are as follows: Louisville ..$1.90 Covington ..$3.55 mid-nigh- t. In the Kentucky Senate the WELL DRILLER Republicans will have six members out of 38 and in the House I will drill wells in Adair and 38 out of the 100. adjoining counties. See me be xoqo oss 'ram tpra oajc piro oiopq o aircj o st raaxp jo ip .oj ooupu jno 'atn Tfluv 33j2b qou Baop qt 'pooj !jtnp jo siqi qua (jomreo j Paull Drug Lexington Richmond .. .. Paris Bardstown .. Cincinnati $3.55 C. W, Hay, . Transportation Committee. Vice-Chairma- n, 1.10 1.90 1.45 2.95 Newport .... Henderson .. Owensboro .. Paducah uisdadsAQ 3.55 6.20 5.30 8.65 lffi&Ge C. Latest imfore contracting. proved machinery of all kinds. Pump Repairing Done. Give me a Call. J. Com-missi- on C. YATES term of Hon. Charles COIds Need Attention. present when the end came. fit to call her home before her McChord, on the Interstate Internol throat and chest troubles expires in December, Mrs. Chapman was a faithful daughter arrived. produce inflamation, irritation, swellis expected to ing' or soreness and unless checked at attendant upon her mother dur Mrs. Dixon professed her faith and the President once, are likely to lead to serious ing her entire sickness. Mrs. in Christ at a very early age in reappoint the Kentuckian. trouble. Caught in time Dr. Bell's Pine-TaHoney loosens the phlegm W. L. Page, the other daughter, life and united with the United Special Notice To Columbia Folks. and destroys the germs which have whose home is at Melrose, N. settled in the throat or nose. It is Brethren church and lived a conWe wish to announce we are exsoothing and healing. Pine is anti- M., did not reach here untit sistent Christian life until the clusive Columbia agents for the simseptic: honey is soothing both to It end came. ., gether possess excellent medicinal after her mother's death. ple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycThe r A Splendid Clubbing Bargain We Offer he Adair County Mews and The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Both One qualities for fighting cold germs. Inwas a very sad home-comin- g 25c sist on Dr. Bell's Adv Mrs. Page, she having at Paull Drug Co Pine-Tar-Honey. Obituary. A sad day comee to every home, and this was the case at J. K. P. Dixon's on Saturday, Nov. 13th, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, when the Death Angel claimed for its victim, his beloved wife. She was married To to Mr. Divon Nov., 1872. this union four children were born all of which have preceded her to the grave. In early life Mrs. Dixon was married to Mr. Jeff Moore, he having died. To his union were born three children, all living, two, Mr. Joel Moore, Kniflel, Ky., and Mrs. N. J3. Chapman, Garlin, Ky., being to ) All that a devoted husband and been loving children could do was away for 18 years. It was a done, but to no avail. She bore touching scene to friends lookher sufferings very patiently, ing on as Mrs. Page looked on and died with perfect faith in the lifeless form of her dear Christ1 that she was going to mother. Her mother's last prayshare the peace and joys in her er was that she might be perHome with Christ, and her dear mitted to live until her daughter ones who had gone to the Great could reach her, but the Father Beyond. who doe:h all things well, saw Nona Chapman. Cough Medicine for Children. Help Your Liver-- It Pays. Hugh Cook, Scottsville, N. Y , When your liver gets torpid and says: "About five years ago when we your stomach acts queer, take Dr, were living in Garbutt, N. Y I docyou will tored two of my children suffering King's New Life Pills and yourself feeling better. They from colds with Chamberlain's Cough find you freedom Kennedy .and found it just as repre- purify the blood, give constipation, biliousness, dizzisented in every way. It promptly, from fine-j- ust checked their coughing and cured ness and indigestion. You feel like you want to feel. Clear the their colds quicker than anything I overused." For sale by Paull Drue: complexion too. 25c at Paull Drug Mrs. Co. This erine, etc., known as Alder-i-ka- . remedy, used successfully for appendicitis, is the most THOROUGH bowel cleanser we ever sold. It is so pow erful that ONE SPOONFUL Irelieves almost ANY CASE of constipation, sour or gas9y stomach. Alder-i-k- a never gripes, is safe to use and the INSTANT action is surprising. The Paull Drug Company. Adv. Year For Only $1.35 Enquirer is Subscription may be new or renewal What the Weeky It Is Issued everyrhursday. subscription price $1.00 peryar. an d it is One of the best home metrojolitan weeklie of today. It has all the facilities Of the great DAIIiYENQUIREr for obtaining the world's events, and 'or that reason can giue yon all the Ieadag news. It carries a carries a grtat omant of valuable farm matter, crisp editorils and reliable market report- - Its numerous departments make it necessity to every ome. farm or busicss man. This grand offer I limited and we advise you to take adrantge by subs crib' as for the above combinaion right now. Call or mail Orders to te Clubbing Offer. For a short time we make the lowing offer, one of fol er Adv. Co. . Adv. the best we have-evgiven to the readers of the News. Here is the proposition:. The Adair lounty News, The Adair County News, Colun&ia, Ky. Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, The Housewife, Reliable Poultry Journal, The little Chaese Emperor is Farm Journal. to have $4,OOOjOOa year. All the papers for one, except (mi fervonstipattas. the last named and that will be sent Chamberlain's tablets are excellent for five years. for constipation., They are pleasant $1.65 takes the entire lot. Ifyou to take and mikind gentle in effect. want them subscribe at once. J For sale by PauliDrug Co. Adv.