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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
Adds Healthful Qualrtlestotiielboil
Pro Prescott, .of the University of
Michigan, testified before the Pure
Food Committee of Congress, that the
acid of grapes held highest rank as an
article of food and he regarded the re
sults from baking with cream of tartar
baking powder as favorable to health.
Royal is the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar,
- Miss Nellie- Tarter, hasretqrned
from a visit to Jamestown.
Mr. M. M". Murrell, left 'this.- Tues
day morning, for Georgetown, Texas,
at which, place he will re-enter the
South Western University.
Capt. Geo. Nell, who is at Htncock
Hotel, has-been quite sick for a .. few
Elizabeth, a little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Montgomery, has been
quite sick for several days.
Mr. and Mrs A. W. Glasgow, are
visiting in this county.
In the Coils After Twenty Years.
Thomas Melson, who murdered a
man in the county twenty years ago,
and who escaped after the crime, was
caught in the neighborhood of Glen
ville Monday night, brought to town
and lodged in jail. The arrest was
made by Deputies Oliver Willis, M. C.
Winfrey and Grover Grissom.
.Every Odd-Fellow should be at the
Hall Thursday nigfit. TKefewHrne-
Lost, a small tan poket book con
taining over $2 in money. The finder
will please return to th is office.
If yon owe me for millinery please
call and settle at once I need the mo
ney. Mrs. Geo. Staples.
W. L.Walker has an attracting "ad"
in this week's paper. Read his inducements.
Read Russell & Co's Clearance sale
ad in to-days paper.
Resolve to do better in the year 1913
than, you did in 1912 and keep the
Mr.' Frana Rice, of Campbellsville,
visited Mr. Brack Massie last week.
Mr. Thos. H. Cook, of Illinois, and
Mr. John W. Cook, and wife, of Dal
las, Texas, former citizens of Adair
county, are now here, visiting their
brother, Mr. Geo. W. Cook.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Burdette, of Ma
rion county, spent Christmas in Co
lumbia. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baldauf and little
son, of Elizabethtown, spent the holi
days in Columbia.
Mr. Jo Russell, who travels out of
Louisville, spent last week with his
wife and children here. From the 15th
of September to the I9th of December
he traveled twelve thousand miles in
nine different States.
Mrs. Shelby Oatts, of Danville,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W. F JJo
gard. and Miss Cora nogard, of Cen
tral City, are visiting their parents in
Dr. P. II. Ccnover and wife arrived
from Monticello last Thursday.
Mr..Jo IfcsentieUl came in from Mid
dlesboro OJhursday and will remain
f ith his family until the first of the
Rev. Bascorab Grider, of Louisville,
is visiting his parents at Montpelier.
Mr. John T Harvey spent a potion
of last week with his mother and sis
ter here. lie is now making his head
quarters in Louisville.
Mr. E. L. Feese, who is employed as
packing and shipping clerk in the
Courier-Journal Job Printing office,
was with his family here last week.
Mr. M. Cravens was in Louisville a
day or two last week
Mr. W. F. Hancock and wife, Louis
ville, are spending a few days in Co
Mr. Shelby Oatts came aowu from
Danville "with his wife and remained
a day or two at tne home of his father
in-law, Rev. W. F. Hogard.
Mrs. R. Mont Feese and little
daugHr, Kathrlne, of Somerset, are
visiting relatives in Columba.
Mr. N. B. Falkeuburg was here
Christmas Eve, enroute to his home
in Jamestown. '
Mrs. J. C. Strange, who was quite
sick several days of last week, has
recovered and is now at her place in
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edsall, of
Louisville, are visiting relatives in
Columbia. Mrs. Edsall before her
marriage was Miss Verna Dohoney.
Mr. Tom Waggner and wife and
Mrs. Ellen nolladay returned from
Oklahoma last week. They report a
very enjoyable visit.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hamilton were
here from Frankfort for the holidays.
Mr. Herman Barnett, brother of Mr
C. M. Barnett, spent Christmas in Co
lumbia. Miss Roxy Falkenburg, of James
town, was in Columbia a few days ago,
enroute home from a visit to Texas.
Mr. Elmer Wheat, of Jamestown, is
now in the revenue service and is lo
cated at Lebanon.
Squire John Eubank, who was quite
sick last week, is able to sit up.
Mr. and Mrs. Tim B-. Cravens, whose
marriage was announced last week,
arrived from Torapkinsville last Fri
day afternoon and are now at the
home of the groom's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Denver, of Lex
ington, Tenu., arrived last Friday af
ternoon. The former will remain on
ly a short time: the latter several
Miss Pearl Ilindman, visited Mrs.
eorilla nindman, Louisville, last
was here from
Frightful Polar Winds
blow with terrific force at the far
North and play havoc with the skin,
causing red, rough or sore chapped
hands and lips, that need Bucklen's
Arnica Salve to heal them. Unrival
ed for cold-sores, also burns, boils,
sores, ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles.
Only 25c at Paull Drug Co.
It was a white Christmas, and a
white Christmas is said, to make a
lean grave yard.
By subscribing with us you can get
the daily Courier-Journal one year
for $3.00; G months, SI, 75,' three
monthe' $1.00. In order to take this
advantage you must call or send in
your subscription during the months
of January or February.
A very ugly case is reported from
Campbellsville, the crime having been
committen in the suburbs of the town
A very old woman was the victim.
One man is out on bond and another
one is in jail.
3IOO Per Plate
was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay
in New Orleans in 1842. Mighty costly
for those with stomach trouble or in
digestion. To-day people every
where use Dr. King's New Life Pills
for these troubles as well as liver, kid
ney and bowel disorders,. Easy, safe
sure Only 25cts at Paull Drug Co.
Mr. Willis Railey and family, who
removed last year to "Duck River"
Tennessee, have returned to Adair
county to live.
Mr. E. L. Reese,
Miss Jennye McFarland, who has
been employed in a large department
store, Indianapolis, Ind., for more
than a year returned home last Sat
urday night and will spend the winter
Misses Mollie Jeffries and Lula
Todd, spent several daj's of Christmas
with Mrs. Mont Conover and Miss
Mr, U. S. Howard, of London, spent
a few days in Columbia last week.
Mr. Paul Chandler-, son of Rev J.
II. Chandler, spent Christmas with
his home people.
Mr. E. L Sinclair and family have
returned to Columbia, -
Mr. H. C. Ilindman is now on duty
at Coon nollow.
Mrs. B. W. Todd and her little so,
who have been visiting here for sever
al months, started to-day to their
home in Oklahoma,
Week of prayer will begin the first
Sunday night in January and will go
from Church to church. Services
each evening at (J:30.
Wonderful Sales Of Buggies.
A special from Washington,
D. C. says: Represensative Cor
dell Hull, of Tennessee, the
pioneer in the fight to have the
Government improve the upper
Cumberland river, has been noti
fied by the War Department
that the Board of Army Engin
eers, had made a favorable re
port upon the project of securing
estimates for the building of
locks and dams between Car
thage, Term., and Burnside, Ky.
This rep rt has been approved
by the chief of engineers and
transmitted to Major Harry Bur
gress, of Nashville, army engi
neer in charge of the Cumber
land river. Maj. Burgess' work j
is to resurvey the project and
prepare estimates of cost for any
work he thinks should be under
taken at this time.
I will be here Monday, county court
day for the purpose of buying mules
from 3 to 7 years old, from 15 to 16
hands high. Must be sound.
S. M. Burdette.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
'Five years ago I had the worst case
of chronic constipation I ever knew
of, and Chamberlain's Tablets cured
me," writes S. F. Fish, Brooklyn,
Mich. For sale by Paull Drug Co.
The Adair circuit court will open
two weeks from next Monday, the
third Monday in the month.
Fewer visitors in Columbia than
known for many years during a
Next Monday will be county court.
We would be glad if friends by the
hundreds would call and renew their
subscription for 1913.
The school Superintendent is now
ready to issue checks to teachers.
If you do not intend to keep
lution do not make it.
It is estimated that fifty Mil
lion dollars were spent in New
York City for Christmas pres
ents. The poor as well as the
rich were remembered. Chica
go expended twenty million for
the same purpose. Christian wo
men entered the slums of the
city and distributed gifts.
Sells A Car Load Of Buggies Every
" Saturday June 22nd.
Main Street Greensburg was Blocked
for two hours with Buggies sold
by Wood Lewis.
During the day Town Marshall called
on to clear the street.
What is the cause of these ,Phenominal
Quality, Styles and Easy
After the conference of President-elect
Wilson and Speaker
Clark at Trenton, it was an
nounced that the extra session
of Congress would be convened
perhaps on March 15. It was
stated that Cabinet appointments
were discussed, but each refused
to divulge names of persons considered.
REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy
man, the Mower and Binder man, the
Gasoline Engine man, the Farm
President Taft, it is stated, will
sign an executive order about
January 15 which will abolish
many ports of entry. It is said
that Paducah may lose its collec-
torship, and that the salary of
the surveyor at Louisville will be
reduced from $5,000 to $4,000.
Herman C. Tafel
Jobbers and Dealers in
Inside and outside construction material,
tools, telephone and farm lighting equipment.
236 W, Jefferson, St.
All Calicos 5c per yd.
All 10c Dress Ginghams 7ic per yd
All 10c Dress Flaneletts 8c. per yd -
Cut prices on Men's, Ladies and Childrens Sweater Coats
" " " " . " - " Underwear
Men's $11.00 Suits Cut to $9.00 Men's $10.00 Suits cut to $8.00
$9.00 " " '$7.50
Same Reduction in Men's and Boys Overcoats, Boys and Childrens Suits.
All Wool Blankets price $5.00 Now $4.00 per pair. Cotton Blankets 60c
to $2.00 per pair
The above prices are for Cash. I will make reductions on all Winter
goods. Give me a call and get prices.
W. L. WALKER.