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Weaver, of Louisville, who, when a young lady, was a resident of Columbia) her father, Eld. Ca leb Sewell. being the pastor of the Christian Church here, and a teacher in C. C. College, addressed a large audi-enc- e Thursday evenat the court-housing. She was introduced by Gov. J. R. Hindman, who took occasion to say that she was remembered as Miss Annie Sewell, who was known here as a cultured young lady, and quite popular with all her associates; that she went with her parents to Louisville and married the Mayor of the city. He was quickly corrected by Mrs. Weaver, who said, she married P. C. Weaver and made him Mayor The speaker's sudject was the "Improvement of the Public Schools." She talked about one hour, showing that she was deeply interested in her theme, giving many reasons why there should be many changes in the methods of teaching, and in the school bui and the formation of school leagues in each district. Having been .a teacher herself, she could cite the needs, bringing out her points clear and forcibly. Mrs Weaver takes a great interest in the affairs of women, the work they are doing and can do, and is a leading spirit among the prominent ladies of Louisville. While here she stopped at the home of Governor Hindman, and during the evening met many of her old friends. A Quartet composed of Prof. J. D. Harris, Mr. Wesly Turner, Rev. D. H. Howerton and Prof. W. M. Wilson, rendered melodiously three beautiful songs before the lecture commenced, she went from here to Tennessee e Death of a Bright Little Boy. Allen, the four year old son of "Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Miller, joined the angel band last Wednesday morning at 6:30. While no sin had ever come into his life, his death brought sorrow, not only to his parents and little sisters, but to many who had learned to love him. He was a bright little boy, the sunshine of the home and a general favorite. (The old people were very fond of him, and strong men expressed the deepest sympathy for the parents during his short illness, every body anxious for his recovery, and when his little spirit took its flight, all heads bowed in sorrow. Religious services were held at the residence Thursday morning, conducted by Eld. Z. T. Williams. Many of the little fellow's admirers, old and young, were present, and quite a number went with the remains to Crocus, the parent's former home, where the body was interred. There were .many beautiful floral offerings. His death was caused by an accident, which was reported in last week's News. "Son" as he loved to be called, thy sun is set, but your bright face and happy expressions will not be Dear little boy Avltb eyes so blue. It was hard, very hard to see you go. But afterwhlle. we'll understand Your departure to Father land. Resolutions of Adair County Close of the Institute. The Lindsey-Wilso- n, A Home In- stitution. -- t We, the teachers of Adair county, recognizing the present Institute as the best our county has ever held, having ha'd with us some of the best educational leaders of the State, and as a result of their presence the educational interest has been awakened, and that the benefits derived therefrom will leave an impression of good upon the county that will only improve with time, do therefore resolve: 1st That it is the sense of the Institute that the teachers of the county should be paid according to the classification of certificates, length of service rendered and professional training, and that the minimum salary not less than forty dollars per month; 2nd That the Institute of Adair County indorse resolutions adopted by the K. E. A., at its session this year, relating to educational legislation. 3rd That the teachers of the county favor a plan looking toward holding a commencement exercise for the grad uates from the rural schools to be held during the session of our next Insti tute, and that each teacher pledge his service to the accomplishment of this end; 4th That we indorse the good work f being done by the County High School, with its and pledge our ' Stole a March on Their Frinds. L McLean, a prominent con tractor and grocer of this place, atid Miss Estelle Bennett, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hamp Bennett, were quietly married at the residence of Rev. D. H. Howerton, sastor of the Baptist Church, this city, last Sunday night at 8:30 oclock. The groom is a very successful business man, and his many friends will be glad to learn that he has been happily wedded to one of Adair county's best young ladies. In a few hours after the ceremony the couple left for Louisville, where they will spend the week, taking in the Fair and other places of interest. It is our understanding that upon their return they will go to housekeeping in Mr. McLean's residence, now occupied by Mr. J. T. Barbee," Jr. The News extends its best wishes. Mr. . J. J management; oth That we thank Profs. V. 0. Gilbert, McHenry Rhodes, and Mrs C. P. Weaver for the splendid service they gave us, and that we heaf tily approve of their work ; 6th That we feel that the service of our instructor, Prof. W. J. Craig, has been of inestimable value to the teachers of the county, and as an expression of our approval of his efficient work, do ask our County Sqperintendent to secure his service for the year 1912; 7th That we recognize in our County Superintendent, an enthusiastic worker for the cause of education, and we heartily approve of her efforts to raise the standard of education, and pledge ourselves as a body of teachers, to cooperate with her in this great work. 8th That a copy of these resolutions be sent to The Adair County News for publication. . E. A. Strange, G W. After being in session four and a half days , the Institute closed at noon Frin school The opening of this day. It was a very interesting and Tuesday, September 5th was very gratiprofitable sessien from the beginning Neil-so- n to the end. Prof. Craig, who was the fying to the Principals, Messrs. & Moss, who have become permainstructor, is a very entertaining man nent residents of Columbia, and who are and he advanced many new methods, doing every thing they can to educate which will doubtless prove of great boys and girls of Adair and adjoinbenefit to the teachers. His lecture the ing counties. It is expected in a very Wednesday evening was scholarly and very much enjoyed by the many who short time more pupils will be on the hill than any other year in the past. heard it. Tuesday evening the teachers and young people about town met The principals have secured theservices of a n excellent corps of assistants, in the court bouse hall in a social capacity, ice cream being served. Miss teachers who are interested in the success of the instituution, and there is Hindman, the Superintendent, did every thing in her power to make the no just leason why it should not be patronized by all home people. coming together pleasant and ' It is an enterprise established largely by the people of Adair county, and we take it that that those who are interNotice. ested in the building: up of the town and county are proud that such a school In ebedience to the Adair County has been established in our midst Court, the voters of Milltown voting Tuition and board away from home is district No., 3 in Adair County, Ky., very expensive, hence a home instituare hereby notified that at the Regular tion should be encouraged by home State Election held on Nov. the 7th. people. The dormitories at the Lindsey-Wilso- n are in excellent condition, the 1811, in said district, the question will rooms of ample size and well ventilated. be submitted to them whether or not cattle or otner species thereof, shall be Good wholesome foud. Send in youi permitted to run at large in said voting boys and giris. They will receive best of treatment, and will be advanced as district. Given under my hand as Sheriff of rapidly as at any other school in Kentucky in the same class with the Lind Adair County, Ky., this Srpt 9, 1911. 43 4t The course of studies are A. D. Patteson, S. A. i laid down in the catalogue, and they will bn taught thoroughly A Sad Death. well-knowsey-Wilson. We learn from Mr. that a very serious trouble occurred on Green river last Thursday afternoon between two women, the wife of Mr. Zach Sanders, and. Mrs. Nancy Richardson. Mr. Knifley states that Mrs. Sanders went to the home of Mrs. Richarrson, called her, and invited her out to the fence. Some hot words passed, and Mrs. Sanders reached and got a rock, threw it, striking Mrs. Richardson on the head, cutting a severe gash. The wounded woman returned to her dwelling, and just as she . reached the door she fell, senseless. A doctor was called, who pronounced her seriously hurt, and that her recovery was doubtful. - She had several spasms during the night. Mrs. Richardson is the wife of Solomon Richardson, and bears a good reputation. Mrs. Sanders, also has stood well"" in the community. All the facta will be brought out at the examining J. W Knifley trial. Farm for Sale. In the Eastern part of Adair county, Ky., 1 miles northeast Tarter P. 0. 100 acres of average ridge land, 65 acres in cultivation in good condition, balance in timber. A good grain aad- stoctc farm, moderate buildings, three good springs, good orchard, outside range. Price, $900. For information, address Marcus Tarter. 45-lTarter, Ky m No. Tribute of Respect. Whereas, Mrs. Georgia R Shelton once tauglin the public schools of Adair county"andt,was at one time County Superintendent of Adair coun- ty, and. Whereas, God, in His infinite wisdom, has seen fit to call her to the life be yond; therefore, be it Resolved, First: That we recognize in her death that the people of Adair county lose a woman of broad mind, " Mrs. Grace Sublett, who was the wife of Mr. Jesse Sublett, died last Thursday night at her home, in the Pelham neighborhood. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd, and was an excellent young woman, and will be sadly missed. A few nights before her death she became the mother of twins. The babies are aliye, ana neroic error ts will oe made to rear them. The entire neighborhood is in sympathy with the husband and all the lelatives. A large number of friends T. W Wheat sold a mule colt last week to Oscar Ramsey, of Wayne OF THE CONDITION OF (county, for SI 10. This was an extra THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK icolt, having been awarded the prem-- ! ium at Russell Springs and the Colum AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE OF. bia Fairs and also at the colt show. KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPT. 1, 10 1 1 RESOURCES. Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured U. S. Bonds to secure circulation Bonds, securities, etc Due from National 8ot 35 REPORT 6769. attended the funeral and. interment. The deceased was only about twenty years of age. She was a consistent Banking bouse, furniture, and fixtures merriber of the Christian Church. , Bank-- J C 21 CO interest in the grecery store, conducted by Rich ardson & Beck, to the former, who will continue the business at the same old stand. next monday, 'and Hon. E. J. McDermott, Democrathear ic candidate for Lieutenant G vernor. He will entertain you. Be in Columbia Mr. Sam Beck has sold his 25 000 151 12 3000 1 00 (not I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, which cost only 15 cents more than the died at oi bushel barrel which you buy elseThe Subject of this notice 33-Dividends unpaid Sam Lewis G. W Turner. Black's Ferry in Tennessee, last Mon- where. Died at Lakeland. Individual deposits subject to Mrs. J. W. Walker. day morning. He was about sixty-eigcheck years old, and had been a practic.Miss Rogers, of Chicago, a member Total . Notice. Miss Mollie Wilson, a native of Ohio, ing physician for many years. When of the Presbyterian Woman's Board of an aunt of Mrs. . T. Williams", of this quite a young man he was married to Home Missions will occupy the pulpit State of Kentucky, Cocnty of Adair j far the best year yet. place, died at Lakeland Asylum last Miss Ermine Tutt, of this county, who In obedience to an order of the Adair Wednesday morning. She was never is a first cousin to Messrs. J. R Tutt, of the Presbyterian church on the I. E. H. Hughes Cashier of the above morning of the fourth Sunday. In the County Court, the voters of the Grady-vill- e do ihat years Milltown, and N. M. Tutt, this place. afternoon of 'the same day she will named bank, truesolemnly swearmy the abov married and was seventy-eigh- t Hotel for Sale. statement is to the best of knowledge voting district No , 5 in Adair old. She came to Columbia last year The deceased was an uncle of Messrs speak at the Union Presbyterian and belief. E. H. Hughes. Cashier. County, Ky., are hereby notified that with the view of making her home with J. C and Elmo Strange and Mrs. Sam Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th at the Regular State Election held on Mrs Williams, but in a few months she Beck, all of Columbia. The relatives church. to Miss Rogers should vhave full dav Sept. of 1911. The Hotel khown as the Hancock Ho' & houses hear her. November the 7th. 1911, in said dis- became unbalanced and gradually grew G. P. Suytiib. N. P. A- - C. tel in Columbia, Ky., is for sale. It is here were notified that the remains Commission Expires. Jan. 24. 1914. trict, the question will be submitted to worse until it was necessary to send would be brought from located on Burkesville, street In said It will be gratifying to' the many Tennessee to the them whether or not cattle or other her to the asylum. Her remains deceased's old home on Big Renox, Cum- friends of the family to learn that Correct Attest: town, has '23 rooms, is comparatively Henry N. Miller. Director. species thereof 'shall be permitted to reached here Thursday forenoon, and in new; has fine well, two stables, one Thomas Cyrus, the little son of Mrs. berland county, for interment. He is Z. T. Williams. Director run at large in said district used as a livery staole and the other as Zilpah Wheat who has had an afflicted Braxton Massie, Director. the afternoon religious services were survived by his wife and seven or eight Given under my hand as Sheriff of held in the Christian church, conducted children, five sisters and two brothers ankle for two years, is rapidly getting a private stable; the finest garden spot Adair County, Ky. this Sept., the 9th, by Elder Z. T Williams. The inter- He was a native of Adair county, and well. He can now walk a little withm Columbia. The hotel is well furnish- On next Saturday at 7:8U p. m., the A D Patteson, S. A. C. 1911. led. Will sell all the furniture and ev- out crutches, and in a few weeks he pastorwill was a son of Mr. and" Mrs. A A. ment was in the city cemetery. meet the members of Zion ery thing connected with it The hotel t Strange, who died on Big Renox, sev- - will be able to discard them, and walk church and Sunday School, for the pur- s a3 fine patronage as any hotel without limping. eral years ago. Back at her Post. pose of organizing a Teachers Training ever run in Columbia. For any furthec Dr. William Voils, who is making f Thtre will be a Congregational Meet- Class. Please let every member who narticuiar3 aDDiv to or address. his home with his great grandson, Ev-eris interested, meet with us at this time i Four Thousand Dollars. Junius Hancock. Yates, atPairplay, Adair county, Miss Lorena Pyle, who has been abing of the Presbyterian' Church, held in Columbia, Ky. k connection with the was 103 years old the 2nd day of last sent from the Exchange for several service This is to certify that J. E. Murrell, Mr. 0. A. Taylor, of Montpelier, one January He is a very remarkable months, returned to her post last Wed- ag"ent of the Connecticut Mutual Life on Wednesday Evening at 7 o'clock. of Adair county's best young men, has man, being in fine health at this time nesday morning. She is a very su- Insurance Company, has this day paid All members of the congregation are accepted a position with the Paull Drug ! Cash for Accounts and Notes This year he cultivated, with his own perior operator, and the people general- - me iour uiuusanu uunars, as executor requested to be present. Co., and is now at his post of duty. hands, ten acres of corn. His ly are very giaa tnat sne is again aoie of the will of the iate s D. Crenshaw, He has had several years experience as Comes easily if you place them with Rev. J. R. Crawford, pastor, assisted and hearing are gqod. He reads The to take her position. She is quick and j an(j bemg the amount of insurance said a druggist, and is a careful, painstak- - us &r couection We collect notes and County News every week with- accurate, rendering valuable services to Crenshaw held in said conmanv by the Rev. W. B. Holmes, D. T, ing gentleman. He invites his friends Adair s accounts and look after claims any Evangelist from Tennessee, and Mr. to call and see him. out glasses. He was married three the company, and also to the patrons Sept., 11, 1911 Rollin Hurt, Ex'tr. where in the United States, and do not times. No children bv his last wife, of the various lines. If there are persons who'are contem- Presley Clark, singer, from Bowling make any charges unless we collect. but twenty one by the first two. Rev. Currie will preach his last serplating taking out insurance, they Green, Ky., will begin revival services in the Edmonton Presbyterian church mon here, before the meeting of the If any body owes you. write us about could find no better company than the For Sale. May's Collection Agency. it. As an evidence of the high esteem in next Sabbath. Conference, next Sunday morning and old reliable Connecticut Muljual. .. Somerset, Ky which "she was held, the Presbyterian night. Every body is invited to attend J. E. Murrell. All the stewards, trustees and Sunchurch would not accommodate all the I desire to sell my stock of millinery ' friends who were here to attend the day school Supt., are urgently requestThe Adair County Board of EducaHon E J. McDermott at the courtgoods at greatly reduced prices. The Mr. L. C. Winfrey was baptized into pastor at the Meth! jin'eral of Mrs. Georgia Shelton. The stock is clean and desirable. Monday afternoon. People ed to meet with the Sunday afternoon. tion will meet the last Saturday in evalso house next the Christian Church chnrch next Wednesday, night. services were conducted by her pastor, sell my rubber tier buggy, who live a'long distance from Columbia J odist Three others joined from other Christ- ery month, at the office of the County which must be atRev J . R. Crawford, who told feelingly Superintendent. All cleims in the sevnew, a good wheelbarrow should be here. It will b a great Important business ian churqhes and usefulness of the to. tended the life, character eral districts must be presented to the first-clas- s lawn mower . I will speech, and it will come from a man and a BM Currie, Pastor. deceased. His words certainly brought take pleasure in showing the above who .is recognized by all parties as a chairman, and will only be paid at these For Sale. consolation to the living, especially to named articles. regular meetings: gentleman of superior ability. tfee immediate family of the departed. just Iwo weeks now until the Pearl Hindman, Supt. It's Mrs. Lou W." Atkins, wagon .frames, will sell Two, From the church a large concourse of Louisville Annual Conference convenes, Columbia, Ky. . .ri Reed Hardware Company are making' J cheap.,.' Columbia Column Co. the Mp"eopie luuuwcu lug jcmaiuo iu luc 7 White Cook wanted at Lindsey-Wi- lpreparations to erect a large ware and the pastor of that- Methodist church every member etery. is .anxious here son School. "Watsor," the aligator, the proper- house on the corner of the Miller Jot on thing,for the be' campaign is iairiy opened and ty of Oraa and Jo Barb.ee, died at Water Street. Theyare now jeceiving shall contribute some the'' Mr. J.' E.. Beard left for Louisville ;i jfi The church. See nevolent claims of last week with a view of undergoing an ' Born, to the wife of Robt. Stott3. " throughout the State are Mdnticello during the first day of the lumber, aud the building will be put up "'ft" f. him at once. Dirigo, September the 7th, a son. .. operation. .Fair. The boys had him on exhibition. iu October 3t loving disposition, and one who stood for high ideals in education. Second: That the teachers of Adair Notice. county realize the loss of one who has done so much for the cause of education both in her teaching and as servThe voters of the Elroy voting preing as an official, and that her life was cinct No., 6, in Adair county, Ky., are a noble example wliich we may- - strive hereby notified that at the regular to imitate. State election to be held on Tuesday, Third: That we tender to the be- Nov , the 7th, 1911, the question will be reaved family cur sincere sympathy; submitted to said voters, as to whether that we condole with them in the loss or not cattle qr other species thereof, of a loving sjster and mother, who shall run at large in said voting pretaught by precept goodness and kind- cinct. ness. Given under my hand as Judge of the Fourth: That a copy of these resolu Adair county court, this 4th day of tions be published in the Adair County September,- 1911. News, and a copy sent to the family. N. H. Moss, J. A C. C. W. M. Wilson, Turner, Susye V. Johnston Committee. Come and Hear Him. If the peop'e of Adair county want to hear a real speaker they should be in Columbia next Monday at 1 o'clock, p Hon. E. J. McDermott, Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor, and one of Kentucky's most gifted sons', will be here and will address the people on the political issues of the day. m. The members of the Baptist church are hereby reminded that Wednesday evening, the 13th, is the time for ou regular business meeting. At this time we should transact our matters of business preparatory for the Association, which meets October the 4th. On next Sunday the pastor will speak in the interest of training for more efficient rervice in our Bible School. The members of the Sunday School will take notice that the offering for this Sunday is to go for State, Missions. D. H. Howerton, Pastor. .SALT FOR SALE. reserved atreubO 0$ Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies and Savings Banks Due from approved reserve Graded School Begins. The Public Schools of Columbia open agents Checks and other cash items.... N tes oJ other National Banks 9i4 36S Fractional paper currency, nickels, and cents Lawful money reserved in bank, S viz: Specie Legal-tendnotes i Redemption fund with U. S. er 50"i mk Treasurer Total (5 per cent, of Death of Dr. Arch Strange. LIABILITIES. Capital s'ock paid in Surplusfund Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid National Bank nojes outa tandingr Due to other National Banks ht Z-- 1 pupils. This is the largest enrollment the schooi has yet had on a first day. 414 63 There is no doubt that by the first of next week the enrollment will reach t. pupns euroneu in e w i'wie 10 o02 75 the High School department. This number will be increased in a few days. 12 00 There were present at the opening 173 w: M all four pastors of our churches, the County Superintendent, and several 23 000 00 parents. Splendid talks were made by 13 50000 the pastors of the churches, the County Superintendent, and also by some of 2 255 43 the patrons. All were delighted with 25 000 00 512 Si the improvments in and about the school. All the grades sre under teach ers who have had speci'al training for 103 653 72 their work. The school starts full of 5173 SH)7 30 life and enthusiasm. Both the teachers and the pupils intend for this to be by S.5 00 I "50 2: ed Monday, 11 Sept., the llrh, with 182 I 45-4- j , enj-oy- et mid-wee- ' eye-sig- ht , j j j J 4 45-S- -- omparatively I -- -- - -- r x ! r (uJr f :- - 8c Vi jg r,.-- . .f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS voters to take an Interest In the can- - 13 one. Senator on whose title there la or not in office, to do all In my the functions of the Legislature and didates, and in the election, we must no stain, and on whose record there is powe to improve and develop KenIn effect raised the tax rate. have methods for the nomination or no blot." Why was it necessary to 3ay tucky Take Warren County as an example. the party candidstes whlh will in anything on that subject? It seems The Achievements of Democrats in the elec- to me that if the hour of eulogy h3d In 1910 the Republican State Board sure general participation Kentucky. of Equalization raised Warren County tion, and I believe a primary election arrived it would have been more apThe Democratic party i3 the Party 15 per cent on lands, town lots and according to the statutes rf Kentucky propriate for Bradley to have euloof Progress, the Party of Peace and personalty. This made a raise of is the best plan to selc the nomi- gized O'Rear, as he had just been Law and Order, the Party of Liberty $791,092 in lands, $480,670in town lots nees for the various offic nominated as the Republican candidate and Equal Rights, the party that has and $212,440 in personalty, making a prescrlbs for Governor. The statutes of Kentiu given to Kentucky its educational ad- total raise for that year on Warren the rules and regulations .jr nominat- Judge O'Rear's Resignation as a Judg: vantages, its development and its ad- County property of $1,484,202. candidates ing in of the Court of Appeals. He Begins His Campaign at Bowling Qrean In a vancement, and therefore, if Ken- For this year 1911, Warren County for Stateprimary elections or municidistrict, county Judge O'Rear, In his Elizabethtown tucky Improves, Democracy must be was raised 10 per cent on lands, town pal offices. There Is no statute regu- speech, to excuse himself for not Strong Address That Is Received With triumphant in our State. lots and personalty, making a raise lating State contentions or county the office oivJudge of the I point you to the contrast between on lands of $555,106, on town lota $333,-26- conventions. Court of Appeals while a candida-- e Republican rule and Democratic rule Great Enthusiasm. personalty of $157,694, or and on Success is always greatly promoted for Governor, referred to me as fol in Kentucky. a total raise on the property of the if we have equal rights for all "and lows: "My distinguished opponent As against the Republican record of county of $1,046,06S, thua making a Bpecial privileges for none, and o also hold3 an office of power and dig assassination, bloodshed and disre- total raise for the two years of portunities given to all Democrats to nity as Peace Commissioner, perhaps law I present $2,530,270 has in nominating the candidates with One of the Largest Crowds That Ever Attended a gard offor peace, strict the Democratic county.. on the property of the assistwill support at the gereral elx- signedsome profit, alio. He and not regard for huI tope record from that position, man life, and respect for and mainAs the State tax rate is 50 cents tion are eirourag'ng to the voters he wil not resign." Politcal Meeting in the State Greets tenance of law and order. As against on the $100 it will be seen that this The humblest Democrat has a3 mu-If Judge O'Rear had asked me a treasury with only $338,852.69 and raise on Warren County for the two right to participate in the nomination about this, I would have preven'ei the unpaid warrants against the State years has added over $12,000 in taxes of D raoc-at- ic State officers as tha' him from misrepresenting me. I wa amounting in July last to $1,359,502, paid to the State alone. jAs this raise most prominent and influential Dm-- ( President of the American Peace and bearing 5 per cent interest, I present also affects county, city and district ocrat. and the farmer In the country Arbitration League, which has a lar the Democratic record of a magnifi taxes, doubtless the raise caused an should have equal chances with th membership in various States, an1 paid He Proclaims Himself in , Favor of the Extension of cent State Capitol, erected and every increase for all these local purposes Democrats in a town or city. Com- - j whose main object Is the settlement of for without any extra tax, and of more than twice $12,000, as loci1 parat've y fw persons attend court-- j International disagreements without Just claim against the State promptly rates are probably more than a dollar houfe conventions, and often 100 per-- war by an International arbitration the County Unit Law, and Leaves No paid in full. on the $100, as against 50 cents for sons, or a less number, in a cou -' tribunal. platform the State rate. As against Republican hous" convention choose delegates or! When I decided to be a candidate Doubt of His Position. pledges and promises that have been So it can be stated that for all pur Instruct for candidates, while several for Governor I was unwilling to ho!-- ' broken, Democrats present a record poses the citizens of Warren County thousand Democratic voters of the ' that office and not attend to Its duties showing all pledges and promises have had to pay, in the two years, be county are absent at their homes. while a candidate for Governor, an I faithfully complied with. I call cause of these raises, about $30,000 I resigned, to take effect January !. , Adantage of Primary. 1 A HEARTY, SINCERE, RINGING tion to the record which shows that additional taxes. ? associates tried for a whi The government should be brought the State debt was about one million As long as Kentucky Is a sovereign close to the people, and there can be to keep me In office, but my resigna dollars before the Democrats came state the people will hold leading Re-- j no brsses or rings or machines in con- - tiosn s finalIy, accePted anc 1 re: into power In 1900, and was wiped out j publicans responsible for the record nection with a primary legally ard reived no pay from the first day or BOWLING GREEN, Ky., Sept. 4. Governor James B. Mc- i by Democrats, who left a balancp they have made in Kentucky when honestly held, and all who know m January. 1911. The letter of the ,Gei. soldiers the Capitol know I would not accept a nomination e Secretary of the American Peac-unleCreary, Democratic nominee for Governor, opened his campaign in in the treasury of a million dollars , they brought and madeto bayonets" and since Republican Governor Will-- of the State and. Arbitration League accepting m. came to was inaugurated the State is in perior to law and soldiers superior to fairly. ItExperience me honestly and ' re31Stion Is as follows this city today. The 'largest crowd that ever attended a political has taught the more than a million of dollars legislators; when they caused judges debt meeting here was present. Democratic voters poured in from the A Democratic Legislature established of the Court of Appeals and State &- Tn B' f two State Normal Schools for the , Legislators to pass under bayonets on surrounding counties to give their personal approval to their party of the State, the way to their respective official Kentucky primary elections are held .thjro. r "Dear Sir--In compliance to nominate the county officers, and' leader and to indorse the platform upon which he is asking the votes training of the teachers appropriations for their duties, and made opoa' ar tthe0d "Ct, every State south of Kentucky holds ' January 1,"fni" x of the people. The enthusiasm with which Governor McCreary was maintenance, and established the State When soldiers and gatllng guns and June. 1910. ,. i ctcuua iu rn.ui.uaie wuui, , f University, and also appropriated cannons were placed on the Capitol lwnr Alr. CleWS. if and St"te officers, and many of the personal affairs niark received gives evidence of an aroused party spirit, which augurs well money for its benefit. The common grounds, when the Govrequire your atter-tio- n in accord wit. school law of Kentucky, was enacted ernor was cowardly assassinated and Northern and Western States nomlfor Democratic success. nate their county and State officers in your In Kentucky, and Vice President by a Democratic Legislature, and all Republicans made no protest, and primary recent letter to elections. His speech was a complete review of the political situation in ( the improvements and Increased facil- made no effort to have the assassins , Clark, reaffirming the same, your res A few months ago ities for education come through of the Governor arrested, and when "ference of Governors there wa3 a con-- ignation as President of the American Kentucky and the nation. It leaves no live subject untouched. It and Governor Democratic legislation. A Democratic the assassins were brought to justice and Arbitration League wa3 ac- at Frankfort and Louisville, and Peace at in flrllnnrnflrl mooting ff th. calls the Republican party to account for its failures to live up to its Legislature the Geolog- and tried and convicted, a Republican in a discussion on primary elections pantorl Clews-al- l ical Survey, provided for a Confeder Governor pardoned them. of platform pledges. except one favored primary e l- - I Board A Directors, held at Mr. 19 1911. offi ate Home, with proper appropriations There is nothing clearer in onr were present Governor McCreary delivered a masterful speech. He heartily ' for the support of Confederate veter State than that Republicans have no tions, and thirty-sevevlr prpQlrtPnt niflri. PRllnen rha The State Democratic Executive honor on account of business engage- of anything they have right, -Indorsed every pUnk in the Democratic platform, nd left o doubt "and done, because govern Kentucky. "They Committeo peered a primary lection ment3 reqUiring his absence many to ....... u.. iue ...at uj) ui j Ulj . iuUe in the minds of his hearers where he stands on every public question. made It a State institution, and en- - have been weighed In the balance and 1911, in every precinct of the State montn3 m the year, and .Mr. Clews was elected as president 01 tee larged the Agricultural Department so found wanting." His speech in full ia as follows: the primary the incude forestry and lmmlsra. Republicans Are Endeavorinq To D- under of Kentucky, election law of can- League. to nominate State worm have been greatly quickened. tion and established a Normal School "By unanimous vote of the board ivert Attention of Voters From didates for the t"tnte offices and u you were elected as Honorary Vice our State must keep step to the music at Frankfort, Ky., for colored people, Their Record. Fellow Citizens: I have the honor of United States Senator. President. Kindly acknowledge rethe age, and we must have united, and made liberal appropriations for One of the principal issues in this I was nominated, as were al! the ceipt of addressing you today as the regu aggressive efforts for industrial and its maintenance. of this and oblige. Yours truly. larly nominated candidate of the Dem- - j commercial supremacy and Kentucky Republicans Can Refer to No Benefi- campaign Is. itsShall thein Republican other Democratic candidates for-- Stat t "ANDREW B. HUMPHREY, Kentucky oraces, at tne primary election r.e'U party, with record "General Secretary ocratic party for the office of Gover-- must forge to the front as one of the cial Legislation, and Their Recand In the United States be given a t0 the Plan nor. , leading T?C,COr n? States of the Union in farm- I was under no obligation to resign. new lease of power by the election ol ord Does Not Deserve InNo words I can utter seem strong ing, in manufactures, In mining, in because I did not hold either a Sta'e Republican candidates to the highest edy for machine enough to express my gratitude for education, and in all the varied inter- - , dorsement. office or a United States offi but r put upon them a.uu,: U1U "ut ,a offices, and thus . hp,nlK. T i.m 11T1,,.iUino. tn "ic cAciiar-the nomination given to me by the ests of a great people .inhabiting a Republicans can reter to no legisla-grea- t Stateseal of approval by the people, ... ........ 1, WW WW.3U the recently ofDemocrats of Kentucky. State. tion originated or enacted by them in and tell them to renew and revive the the Democratic platform adopted at the State Democratic con- neglect theI dutiesa of an important I can only say I am sincerely and Few States, if any, in our Republic Kentucky which has increased educa-hav- outrages and extravagance and bur was fice while candidate for Govvention contains a resolution decidearnestly thankful for the great honsuch geological formations, such tional tacilities, added to internal taxation which they have up ing In favor of a direct prinury e!ec- - ernor, and which I believed would conor conferred upon me, and I shal tiy of soils and mines, and such ' provements, adjusted or lightened bur- - densome advocated? sume nearly one year. held and i tion law at the public expense. T c?hrilr1 nor Vioro poforroil tft TnJim with whatever energy or intellect I varied attractions as Kentucky. dens of taxation or benefited Ken- t Republicans are endeavoring to di How Were Judge O'Rear and His possess to arry the Democratic flag Great Agricultural and Mining State, tucky in any way. o'Rpnr hnlrti nn offi whll a mn. vert attention of voters from the un Nm.inated;? . to victory, and if I am elected GovThe record shows, however, a re-f- paralleled record they have made, , T , J'cket anu nis assoo.a-e- on i didate for Governor but for his refer- The soil of Kentucky is very rich juuge u near ernor of Kentucky I will have no per. M,. . .V agricultural numoses. Nowhere markable military history, in which Nation, by iL I" State and tne itepuoucan ticKet were nominal. . Judge 0.Rear has been, accorfllns r3 advance, no individ- can be found better producing tobacco the expenditures tor active militia in both in theimmaterial. the sonal schemes to Irrelevant or by a convention held in LouisvHJe ual aspirations to promote, but I shall land, better producing hemp land, bet- - three and a half years under Governoj injecting issues, hoping to draw Ky. sHe wrote the platform, and he hIg own statement, a Judge of 'he rav power to discharge every ter producing corn, wheat, rye, oats Willson amounts to $277,158.87, or an unsupported away do all in Court of ApFeals for eleven years. H3 from main questions the people duty required of me faithfully and eff- and barley lands. average expenditure per year of $79,- - and have the campaign pitched on says the provisions of the platform has flve years t0 serve as Judse be. were In the main set forth in th ir fore nj3 prebent term expires. For iciently, and try in every proper way 188.24, as against $29,359.16, or an av-o- f side questions. Our State produces nearly I believe the people to upl'ft Kentucky, promote progress, erage expenditure per year of $7,333.79 have the requisite virtue and intelli- nouncement of his candidacy thivp two years it has been currently the tobacco grown in the United before the convention waI ported Judge o'Rear would be a improvement and advancement, pre- States and 90 per cent of the hemp for the four last years of Governor gence to rid the politics of the State ACCOrdIng tO the Statements C ' rtWlntP for-- Rnvornnr an.1 fnr n nu-serve law and order and uphold all of the United States is produced in Beckham's administration. of demoralizing and Improper m" Republicans he nampH tha pin.li.ljros ' n.. r . . . .1.- - u that will !r ng prosperity to the Stale Kentucky. Thus it will be seen that the Repub- - fluences. and Democrat, will see that tj to be nominated for tue parlous K aXurne or the perforL sunV and happiness to the people. With an area of 41,283 square miles Hcan expenses are nearly ten times as are bed responsible for a It will always be a .source of pleas- only .about 1,500 square miles are un-- j much for active militia in three years Republicans both in State and in Na offices and he aJso named the olu not man of the State convention. Aboir duties of Judge, but was actively ure to m that Madison County fit for agriculture. Our coal fields are and a half as Democrats expended in their acts, tional affairs. Republicans voted In the Repub- - gaged making speeches and conduct-Hca- n where I have resided all my life and unexcelled in any State, there being four yeais. Clean Politics and No Bosses or convention which nominate 1 ins his campaign and consulting w;t'a g where I am thoroughly known, in- 15.GS0 square miles of Since so much has been said in the Judge O'Rear. Over 100.000 Dm - his political supporters, and he will be Machines. dorsed me for the office of Governor, newspapers aqout expenditures for ac I have always been in favor of clean crats voted in the primary election in t absent from his duties as Judge d' with only "A votes against me in ths tive militia, I have been asked to state I and other Democratic cand politics, and opposed to bosses, "ma intr the months nf Sentpmher and Or- primary election and 2,100 votes for the expenditures for active militia . . .. t .mica f n tli. OtbAn unices were lui me oiaie m me, in a very busy season, being not tober. The average man will ses four years I was Governor, and I chines or rings the When I had the honor to be Gov- - nated. Judge O'Rear's situation and the diffi- have obtained the statement from thefar from tie f"'l Democratic vote of very nttie perception 13 required to culty of discharging his duties as the county and in the Eighth Con Auditor's office, showinc that for the ernor before, no Republican or any gressional izgmM:f trict, which I represent- four years I was Governor there was other man ever cnargeu tnat mere see tnat judge o Rears nomination Judge during the years he was prepar ed in Congress for twelve vears. 1 expended for the active militia $20,- - were bosses, rings or machines at tha; and the nomination of the other can ing to be a candidate for Governor, didates on the Republican tick- - when voters, whose support he de wp ndor?ed bv a majority in the 401.C8, or $5,100.17 per annum, being time. Judge O'Rear. in his speech at Eliz- looked far more like boss rul? -1 sired, had cases before him in th election of over C.000 votes. one fifteenth as much per annum as At the outset I wish to say with ' under the present Republican admin- - abethtown, tried to appear as the machine rule than my nomination aM Court of Appeals which involved the5.. apostle of good government and pure the nomination of my associates or property, liberty or life. They wI emphasis, if I am elected Governor I istration. T hnvp hppn asirpH K&K& .M , ' maalso notice that durinc the montr-- i i fMH will not be controlled by a clique, nlso tn smto hnw elections, and he spoke at length tne Democratic ticket by a nrimar . j Judge many days I was absent from the about political machines and boss rule election. O'Rear engaged in an acm chine or Individual, hut I shall he as .' ' If ever there was in any State a fal- - ' canvass for the nom. nation and in .: Kentucky. I was before when I had thf honor to State during my four years' service be Chief Executive the Governor of (as Governor. The record shows I was ' These are strange utterances by a primary election wherein the pep. campaign after his nomination, and uninfluenced, - though not performing any of tha Constitu-- t from the State during my en- - Republican who has voted so often to uncontrolled the State according to the tion and the law. days, and the ' indorse National Republican rule, sembled at their respective voting t duties of his office as Judge, he drew tire term thirty-fou- r state paid to the. Lieutenant Governor which has been conspicuous for the- places and nominated candidates of j' the satory of that office, which amoun-- I j Duty of Democrats. and machine- their choice, it was at the Democrat' ed to $5,000 per annum, or $416 ptr for that period $402 while the pres- - support of There was never a time in our State State primary election held on the la"- month, and announces that he will nr ent K I'ltliciMi Governor has been ab- -' ruled Republican States. when Democrats should hct moiv alcr resign unless elected Governor, an 1 When a Republican speaks in favor aaj or Juiy last. sent from. the. Sta'e iO (lavs, and end aggressive, more harmonious and Turbulent Times and Disgraceful Lieut-ra- nr ' avomor Cox has drawn of clean politics and against machines that he will appoint his own succes-- 1 Km united, thr.i the present tip sor. and not have his successor an- Scenes for this tine S4.23C.20 for actins as after the record made by the Kepub- tucky Democrats are to fight the opene an remember the turbulent pointed by Governor illson. It Is iGrncr. or .e per diem being $17.80, Hcan party in Kentucky. Illinois, New ing political battle this year, which land Gnerncr Willson drawing the York, Pennsylvania, California and in- times and disgraceful g,ceaes that no excuse for him, as stated by somj will nrecede the great National battle Southern States, It must be re- marked Kentucky's history about vn ; of Iris friends, that in all the historv awe amount for the same 2U9 rtavs. for President next year. Kentucky Tl e ecord also shows that the ..hir- - garded as one of the wonders of the years ago. when a motley crowd ol of Kentucky no other Judge of n 3 Democrats will help start fVo move-- 1 eenth poction of the last Republican present time. For years New lork.New itepumicans marched to our State ra" highest court of the State has ever ment which I believe will result in and cannon were placed In the done before as the jurist candidate of platform adopted in 1907 promised ' Jersey, Connecticut Massachusetts. GOV. JAMES B M'CRKRY the election o - npmocratie President that if put in power RepublicALs would and Ohio were under boss rule and the Capitol grounds and legislators and lhe Republican party is now doin? in 1912. and that this is the first act of tha 'reduce the taxes to tne lowest possi- - machine control until a majority of Judges of the Court of Appeals wr-- r While Democrats in other States area, with coking coal in seven coun- ble rate consistent with an efficient ad - the voters determined to overthrow driven to the city of Louisville for j kind, and therefore should be ocr ties of the western coal fields and flae full are carrvine the govern- - bosses and machines, and Democrats safety and protection. Where was Julo:f looked. high advanced to victory and In- - ten counties in the eastern coal fields. ministration of the State ment." More than three years and a and Republicans rose in their majesty O'Rear then and why did he not rai, ' The Cases Cited By Judge O'Rear Are , and cannel coal in abundance. creappd rcaioritie .. Democrats in Ken-Ms then as Not Analogous to His Case, Her timber districts are immense, half of the Republican administration ,and power and overthrew Republican tcs voice law and now for clean r ' tuckv must not filter or hesitate, hut and order? Why did has passed and we have not heard rule and placed Democrats in control f The cases cited by Judge O'Rear t . comprising vast forests of merchant-vinciblrathpr be energetic, enthusiastic, in-not refer to these times In his p!a' excuse him for holding the office an! able timber of every variety, and iron anything .more about the proposed re- -- of the States I have named. victorious. I know there is no boss rule or mt form, adopted by the Republican "on - ' drawing the salary of a Judge of t,e ore, lead. zinc, building stone and pot- - duction in taxes. The people, how' The State of Kentucky. tery clay abound in almost inexhaust ever, have felt a movement of the op-- chine rule in Kentucky at the present, ventlon, as did Democrats in their Court of Appeals while a candidate Tin first and foremost subject to en- nav"-n- r posite character. There has been no time unless it is in the Republican Platform, adopted by the Democratic for Governor are not in ooint, and are 0n ; whil':., ..'h list attention of all Is the State of not analogous to his pssp. direct increase in the tax rate, but it nartv. There are some Renuhlirnns convention? Kentucky. There is everywhere in ,vas necessary to raise money to pay Who believe there was a Republican while I am speaking of the late Re Mayor Head discharged all 'he of the State our State a greater desire for prog- - tions the increased expenses inaugurated machine when f ho Inst StatR Rpmih- - ' publican State convention I must r ' duties of Mavor while a pnndidnto fnr- oaaa ,:i ir and ress. improvement rT,V advancement , riv including the Ohio and Missis - b" Republicans, and they have resort - , Hcan convention was held at Louis- - fer to conspicuous events in that con - , Governor. Hon. Ben Johnson attend- 1m a nvnw Imf a Innn flAT : : mo iui""'i "' v- A i.uau. cc. uciuic. .u eu iu au inuirect metnou or raising vine, anu tne steam roller was run amaucu aiu as. ,eu 10 an 01 nis auues as a congress- I ti, "".., i....i .... 'man n.l.i1f a nnnJU.n mr invprnnr uuc the rate. The Republican State Board . over a worthy soldier and uuuuiudic "" . - and Hon. OHIe James, . convenient show men and the attractive women inat convention approved and inwhile a candi- for travel of Equalization Increased the valua other prominent candidates in order) dorsed the Republican administration date for United States Senator, attend- tion of property as turned in from the to carry out the "plan and speciilca- of tne affairs the State and all ed to all of his duties as a member ol of the counties. Take the years 1910 and tlons" determined upon by the bosses means employed fby that "Sf&nLVproepeSXaS;ela,on.i'?ori' administra - Congress, and neither of these three 1911 as examples. In several coun- of the Republican party. tion for tne PreSprvation of law and men had cases before them in I was born and reared in Kentucky, t ,.,.,.' Be ties this raise has been as great as State-Wid- e Primary Elections-T- he Grea Manufacturing State. 25 order and although Jlldge Q.Rear ,3 the voters were interested, whose su" and I have alwavs loved my native Wl" nemeay. Kentucky is not only a great agri-wis- h per per cent and in other counties 20 sald to have criticized Governor Will port they desired: and State, and It is but natural for me to cent, and 15 per cent and 12 per Judge O'Rear said in his Elizabeth- - SOQ.s mJutary exploits, he was quick said of Judce Pavnter It mav ha , to see her outstrip all of her sis- - cultural and mining State, but her cent. In 1910 ninety-thre- e counties town speech: 'State-wid- e primary to get on the platform which indorsed date for United States ter States In every material interest manufactures are extensive and raise being rapidly, and being situated were raised, the average1911 seventy- - election is the for bossism the very thing which he was the first short tim. hP rm9in Senator onlv a every desirable form of progress. creasing about 12 per cent. In to criticize and denounce. occupies a central place midway between the Northern Lakes two counties have been raised, the av- - auTu Kpntuckv " and attended regularly to his duties A conspicuous omission of the cop as Judge. In the great Mississippi Valley, and and the Gulf of Mexico, and between vrd.iz.v raise i,0inB a it.tu mnro man h i, 7 nave always been an adocate of i. nno w w w. A1nAf ventlon which nominated my di3tin- Judge O'Rear seems to no part of the world shows greater the Eastern and Western ranges of per cent. Thus it will be seen lOal . K nv fnrAnfTT.ctv lL..t opponent and other members looked entirely the seventh have nrnsrrpfcs nn ac.Hvitv than that vast tne North American Mountains, Is while the State tax rate was not actu- - i' Minim IkJ- inuiiLiia ai;u incuu au. nlankinthe region streteHnc- from the Alleghanics destined on account of location and ally increased, the result was the Democratic candidates for the State of the Republican ticket was that the I Republican platform, which he wrote by invitation delegates did not deign to mention in himself, according to westward to the Rocky Mountains, and. iaciaiies to Decome alter a wnne a same in these counties as if it had ffices met In Louisville his own admis-th- e convention or in the platform the slon. and which provides that the soutnwara to tne liuif or .Mexico, con- great manufacturing State. per cent of the Democratic State Executive great Athenian been raised an average of 12, per cent Committee to consult as to whether of the present Republican Gov- - dlciary of the State In both the Cir taining an area of a million and a 'when Solon, the 1910 average of 9 was full of years and full In 1911. and an was equivalent ' Democratic candidates Quarter square miles, and having a cuit ana Appellate Courts should be In This to rais- the State nominated by a State con- ernor of Kentucky. event The most dramatic in that Re- chosen on nonpartisan grounds, and population ofHhirty millions, and pos of honors he said: "I have done all ing the State tax rate on these coun- should be Eessing natural advantages unexcelled In my power to Improve my country ties from 50 cents on the $100 to 5G vention or by a State primary elec- publican State Convention was Judge the continuance in office of faithful and to defend Its laws." If by anv section of the globe. cents in 1910 and 54 cents in 1911. tion. I advocated a primary election O'Rear's undertaking to eulogize Sen Judicial servants should be deter- arguments now presented ator Bradley by declaring wt: he mined by no other qualification will emulate his example We While her sister States are developThe Legislature, with the approval and I used than ing and utilizing every advantage, will have a great era of development 3f the Governor, has the' power to In- hy Judge O'Rear Id ravor of the pri- was making a speech: "I am proud to 'fitness. mary election: I said In addressing say of Senator Bradley that despite go forward also. We In our commonwealth. Judge Parker, of New York, Kentucky Tnust crease the RepubI will always be ready, whether In lican Board tax rate, but the usurped the Democratic State Executive Com- the machinations of the lobby, there nominated as the Democratic whenlive In an age of progress and develof Equalization and!mittee, "If wo wuA tU DwMcratlc opment, and the pulse and pace of the GOVERNOR MXREARY'S office J a OPENING SPEECH 8, re-th- ey - Ex-Gover- nor. 1 . ( ' j atten-DUCUmfcl- N "" , , ss su-so- n S6 InvcratJunty1 -.-- , j '. ,.. ": ..J" " I 1 t duly-electe- d , I I "V n SLy I 1 SiL9,"' ", . fST ,:. a s -- M. ., WV e J or 1 MH-- I , j one-thir- d , can-heln. d. -- ! , rJ 1 J J1'? 'I coal-bearin- 1 ifflBm, m J rI- - n-ji- - I 1 -- pri-mar- v 1- " I ! ! nt I .t- j I ! J boss-ridde- n ( ' - ! I I , 1 ! '1 j 1 I t J e, j :.. ",..': ..!. l? i 1 ;... , 1 m j uc al , .- l I , In-an- d I .. ., ,T t .,. .,;: -- V !." ,... ove-guish- c- - ed - ju-na- law-give- r, -- Ken-tuckia- J. : i, -- j fj f IflE ADAIR C0UN1Y did not mention the farmer or laboring men, but the fourteenth plank of the Democratic platform Is as follows: "We favor organization and among the farmers and the laborers of the State, and the enactment of such constitutional laws as will protect them from the greed and oppression of the trusts and monopolies of the country, which are the direct fruit of Republican legislation." Kentucky had no Department of Agriculture until I had the honor to be Governor of the State. I recommended to the General Assembly the passage of a bill' establishing a Department of Agriculture and authorizing the appointment of a Commissioner of Agriculture. This Department of Agriculture has rendered valuable service to the State, and its scope has been extended so as to include forestry and immigration. There was no Department of Agriculture when I entered Congress, and I introduced a bill to establish a Department of Agriculture, and the Chairman of the Com mlttee on Agriculture reported a bill substantially the same as mine, and It was passed, and we now have a Secretary of Agriculture In the Cabinet of the President In 1906 a Democratic administration put the State Fair on a permanent basis, and provided for an annual State and County Farmers' Institute, and in this way the farmer's facilities for ob talning information have greatly increased, and the State Fair gives him an opportunity to see the best that is produced upon the farm, and laudable competition is encouraged among nr-w- n NEWS 1 A- - k TfSir ..ndcr the highest tariff schedule ever cuse being that tariff revision should rears, and was suppo'rtcd both by ' in the world. wait until reports are made on the Democrats and Republicans at the Republicans promised in the last different tariff schedules by a tariff iate session of Congress and passed. ! alional contest for President to re-- ' board composed of men who have no The great and conspicuous differis- - the tariff downward in the lnter-- c more capacity and no better informaence between Democrats and Repubt of the consumers. They revised tion on the tariff than the members licans as regards the pledges or dect upward in the interest ol duopo of the Ways and Means Committees larations maile in their platforms is lies and manufacturers, but in doing which reported the bills to which I that Democrats are faithful to their pledges and carry them out. while Rethis they made plainer and clearer to have referred. the people than ever before that the President Taft Is the first President publicans have been conspicuous for true Democratic doctrine as to the j in all the history of our Republic who their broken pledges and disregard of tariff is that the Government has no vetoed bills to cheapen the clothing platform promises, both State and right in equity or in law to collect a j 0f the poor people, cheapen bread and National. Republicans Will Be Powerless If They dollar of taxation except for its own t meat for the hungry, cheapen macnin-supporand that Rerublican doctrine ery and tools for the farmer and laboi- Had the Governo-- , as Both Branches for the ing men, and yet my distinguish e i op is that taxes mav of the General Assembly Are Cerbenefit and prorection C? favored indi- ponent, Judge O'Rear, voted for Taft tain To Be Democratic. viduals and preterred classes, wnich and indorsed his platform In 190S, and It may be said in this connection at the late Republican .convention is legalized robbery. that Democrats are certain to have Look for a moment at a few of the Kentucky, held July ll,he wrote and control of both the State Senate and tariff voted for a resolution in the Repub- - House of Representatives when the inequalities of the existing rates. On clothing worn by the labor- lican platform which indorsed Wil- - ' next General Assembly convenes, and ing man it levies a duty of 8G per cent-O- Ham H. Taft for renomination for P es- - will be in a condition to perform and champagne the duty is 65 per cent. ident in 1912. The King of England carry out their pledges, while the ReOn woolen or worsted goods worn by has not in centuries exercised s ch a publicans have no prospect whatever multitudes of women it is 1C5 per cent, right as Tatt has exercised, and, in of controlling either branch of the next and on the fine silk edstume of the my opinion, if the King of England General Assembly, and if they had, rich the tax is 50 per cent. On the were to veto such bills as Taft vetoed the Governor they would be powerless plain, coarse blanket of the poor the it would cost his crown, and indignant, j to enact or amend a law; one-haof tariff Is 165 per cent, while on the fin- determined people all over our coun- the State Senators hold over, and they is 71 per try will see to it that Taft will lose are all Democrats, and the majority of est and costliest blanket it cent. On carpets used by the owners his crown or office at the November Democrats in the House of Repreof fine mansions the tariff is 50 per election in 1912, and all those who sup- - sentatives last session is too large to cent, while on the cheap carpets used port and uphold him in the matters to be overcome. In the modest homes of the working which I referred should lose their The Republican Party. chance for office, also. man it is 127 per cent. Kentucky Republicans are now sayThe existing tariff law contains ing very complacently we should in Asks Judge O'Rear "Questions: 2.024 articles, and the report of the this campaign confine ourselves to Judge O'Rear wrote the resolutions Department of Commerce shows that Stare questions Of course, they dethe total production in the United adopted at the Republican state conven- sire this, for they do not want the bad States of goods protected by the tariff tion, which indorsed the administration of record of the Republican party, both last year was thirteen billions of dol- President Taft and which recommended in the State and Nation, brought to lars, and there was Imported into the President Taft for renomination as the the attention of the people farmers. As Kentucky is a part of the United There should be no politics in farm- United States last year goods valued Republican candidatefor president. In ers' Institutes, but it has been charged, at 779,000.000. on which a tariff tax this connection wish to ask the Repub- States, important questions which afand, so far as I have been informed, of $329,000,000 was collected by the fect the Republic will also affect each not denied, that Republicans have United States Government, but the lican candidate for governor, Judge- State. Legislation for the classes and prostituted the farmers' institutes Into unparalleled outrage is that the pro- O'Rear, questions which are very Inter- ' not for the masses, laws enacted by a political machines. ducers in the United States of the estlng to all the people of Kentucky and Republican Congress or vetoed by a From the farms as well as from the thirteen billion dollars' worth of which Involve cheaper clothing, cheaper Republican President, which involves cities and towns come the soldiers goods were enabled because Of the goods, cheaper farming machinery and economy in public expenses, cheaper who fight our battles in time of war, protective tariff to increase the price mpementsf cheaper mechanics' tools and clothing, cheaper food, cheaper farming implements or machinery, reducand from the farms as well as from '' of their roods so that they made also Justice under the law. the cities and towns come leaders in ninety-tw- o millions of consumers pay you Indorse President Taft's veto of , tion of the burdens of taxation, are Do sclencet JIerature and art, Presidents them a tribute of about four billions the bill known as the farmer's free list ' of grave interest and importance to colleges and universities, and chief of dollars. of the people of Kentucky, and it is proper and right that the record of the officers cf banks and railroads and inPresident Taft said Inhis speech at bill? Do you Indorse President Taft's veto of two great political parties should be dustrial institutions. From the farm Cincinnati when a candidate for Presalso, as well as from the cities and ident, on September 22, 1908: "If I the bill reducing the existing tariff taxes presented exactly as they have made towns, come Senators, Governors, am elected President I promise the on wool and woolen goods? them. Representatives in Congress, Judges nation I will use every fiber of my Democrats know that Kentucky ReDo you Indorse President Taft's veto of and other officers, and two of the being to carry out honestly and de- the bill reducing the existing taxes on publicans voted for President Taft and greatest Presidents furnished by the cently the tariff revision promises of indorsed his administration, and also the latt National Republican platDemocratic party, Jefferson and Jack- the Republican platform." Two days cotton goods? Do you Indorse the votes against the form, and son, were reared on farms, and two later he said at Milwaukee: "It is my that Kentucky Republicans of the greatest Presidents furnished judgment that the revision of the tar- farmers' free list bill which were cast by voted for Governor Willson and inby the Republicans, Lincoln and Mc- - iff In accordance with the pledge ot Senator Bradley and Representative Pow- dorsed his administration In the last Klnley, were reared on farms. Not- the Republican platform will be, on ers and your campaign chairman, Repre- - Republican State platform. Kentucky Republicans have indorsed and upheld withstanding the conspicuous service the whole, a substantial revision sentatlve Langley? the highest protective tariff law in the rendered by farmers, they have been downward." After the Payne-Aldrich Do you Indorse the tariff world, a the main victims of Republican legis- bill was passed which Increased taxes tariff law which has been an lation. They have felt the terrible he signed it, and called it "the best bill which President Taft signed and incubus with its burdensome taxation which he said was the best Republican upon the farmer, weight of the trusts, and the heavy Republican tariff bill ever enacted." the laboring man, of the tariff, both of which the business man and all the people of burden According to Democratic faith In tariff law ever passed? Do you Indorse the pardon by Governor Kentucky. reach nearly everything the farmer making all tariff schedules, the tariff buys or uses. Kentucky Republicans have indorsed tax should be lowest on the necessa- Willson of Taylor, Flnley, Howard and legislation which has made more milWhile I was in Congress I did all ries of life, and highest on luxuries. Powers? In my power to reduce the burdens j The enormous tax provided for in the You have been silent on these great ' lionaires in the United States than in all the nations of Europe put together, of taxation and free the farmers from schedules of the Payne-Aldric- h bill re- the clutches of trusts and monopolies, increased the price on every article questions,of some of which Involve thefood, ' but the millionaires have been conthe price of clothing, fined to the special classes benefited and I advocated taking the tax off to- on which It is levied, and helped to ductlon bacco every time I could get an op- make the cost of living 60" per cent farming machinery and mechanics' tools by the taritf, and not to the people of portunity. higher than it wa3 ten years ago. A to the amount of hundreds of millions of Kentucky. They have acted with the political Conclusion. good law is that law which benefits dollars. These questions are of grave I have spoken longer than I Intend- the greatest number of people, and and vital Importance to the people of i party whith has legislated for the ed. It will be a great honor for me the Payne-Aldriclaw will not stand Kentucky, and the people of Kentucky classes, and not for the masses, and to be elected Governor of Kentucky this test. want to know where you stand. Come which has by its legislation brought into our country trusts, combines and again. There are four things every man out candidly and say where you are. monopolies, which have been like a I will be sincerely grateful to all wishes to obtain as cheaply as posbox of evils to injure the who vote for me, and I will do all in sible: Judge O'Rear Inconsistent. j Pandora my power to be worthy of their confiJudge O'Rear appears to be incon-- , prosperity of the people, consume A home for himself, wife and chil dence and support. sistent. He claims to be a progres- - i their hard earnings and increase the ' dren. expenses of living. Hopeful Democrats are watching Clothing to protect them from the ' slye 'et be is for Taft for Kentucky all over our great country, cold Democratic National Achievements. as President, and Taft is a standpat Democrats made great achievements and victory for Democrats In Kenter, and O'Rear commended in his Edibles to support life. tucky will probably mean victory for s at the last November election. Then platform Senator Bradley and Farming implements and mechanDemocrats In the next Presidential ics' tooja Langley and Powers, who Northern and Western States, which with which to labor. election. Republicans In the existing tariff are standpatters, and he has Langley had been strong Republican States, If every Democrat will do his duty law put a tax on lumber, with which as his campaign manager, and Bradley elected Democratic Governors and inat the November election wo will car--i the home Is built, and a heavy tax on and Langley and Powers voted against creased their Democratic representa ry our State for progress, for good the farmers' and laborers' free list bill, tion in the United States Senate and government and for the Democratic woolen and cotton goods with which and the bills reducing tariff duties on j united States House of Representaclothes are made, and a tax on editives. ticket by 20,000 majority. bles, and a tax on farming imple- wool and woolen goods ari on cotton. The result of the last November ' Democratic Tariff Vs. Republican ments and mechanics' tools. Demoelection marks a new era in our counCraycraft. crats have done all they could to Tariff. try, and should strengthen the faith make these articles free or as nearly President Taft started the tariff of all citizens in the virtue, intellifree as possible, but President Ta'ft. campaign a few days ago at Hamilton, gence and patriotism of as I have already stated, vetoed the Mass., when on the 26th of August he ' 'and in the success of free the people, The health of this community , bills and was sustained by the Repub-- ' made a speech and'severely criticized under popular government. institutions s licans in Congress, as it required Speaker Clark and Representatives It was a great protest the peoremains about the same. of the members to pass the bill Underwood and Senator LaPolIette ple against the conduct of Republicof over his veto. The people have a Senators of censure Miss Pearl Hindman the coun- great remedy change of administra- and otherpassing the and Representa- ans, and it was a voteRepublican upon tives for bills he vetoed, the President and Conelect Democratic President of he accused them of ignorance of ty school Superintendent, visited tion United aStaits and turn Repub- and effect of the legislation, and he gress, and a prelude, I hope and be the the lieve. to the overthrow nf thA ppnnh. reached his climax when he said: J.lican oligarchy which has become in- the Concord school last Wednes- - licans out of office. The conditions are favorable in va- "Men of Massachusetts, it seems to power, day. rious respects for change of adminis- .me that the slogan of the Republican toxicatea witn despotic tyrannical in legislation and in the tration, and especially because the party should involve a National cry agement of Government affairs. manMrs. Bernard and sons, Wal-lac- e, Republican party is divided Into two and not be confined to mere State isDemocrats in called session oi factions, the Insurgents and the sues. Democrats everywhere are ready Congress which the has Just adjourned Bruce and Edwin, who Standpatters. A distinguished Demo- to accept this challenge, and we be- did their duty nobly and faithfully. Congressman said not long our cause been true to the pledges have been visiting relatives in cratic "The difference between them is lieve taxation, willofbeJustice, right and They haveour ago: fair victorious. made in National platform, and Adair and Russell counties, re- as to the amount ofbythe loot." Insur- in Both of the great political parties they made a record which not onlv gents say, "Rob Congress now face the realization surprised their friends and discourthe protective turned to their home in Louis- tariff, but rob a little." The Stand- that the defeat by the President of aged their enemies, but gave hope and patters say, "Take it all," but Democ- so much needed, Just and important encouragement to Democrats everv ville last Saturday. racy appeals to the command which tariff legislation at the special session where comes from Sinai and says, "Thou of Congress makes certain a tariff batThey passed the Canadian reciprocMr. W. H. Blair and family shalt not steal." tle at the regular session beginning ity measure, which President Taft on the first Monday in December, could not get the Republican Congress v wr J. D. Hays and wife, all visited I Farmers and Laboring Men a .avCAUCCU Ullll.Il l!Al, n,h L Will ...t.:v.r III UCI tCIltJtjO to pass. know I am addressing today an ' . They passed resolutions providing uuLue wuitu ever relatives in Taylor county, last largely of farmers a"y miiu the tarif wln g0 uuuuntsii, and tnat Into the for an amendment to the Constitution ' ! and,1 con,fess ' Presidential election next year with to author'ze the election of United week. se"timents force and fierceness never equaled ne--! States Senators by frvfnJeS .53 for the direct vote en B th.at concerns them. I j forQ. In Presidential contests tbe people, but a Republican amendThe singing at Shiloh chu rch, n a fam' andTalthough l whee theall the has been the great ? tariff L ment prevented the final adoption of many years' hVe also on last Sunday night conducted owned farms many years, and have a sue- - Democrats have always been vic- - the resolutions. torious, and I hope and believe They passed a bill providing for the now. All classes and all kinds tory will repeat by Prof. R. O. Cabell was exitself in 1912. The publication of campaign contributions of business depend upon the prosper-- ) arguments are convincing and unan- - before the election. cellent. wi lanuers anu jaDor- ; swerable, in support of the Democratic w uU " They passed the farmers' and laboring men. When farm qrpps fail or position for tariff reduction diminish, business of all kinds lan- get tariff for revenue only as so as to ers' free list bill: Miss Flossie Calhoun was visitsoon, as They passed bills materially reduc guishes. I am in favor of possible. ing at Mr. Solomon McKinley's and organization, both among farmers The Robert Walker tariff bill, en- ing the tariff duties on wool and woolen goods .of all classes, and they and laboring men. acted in 1846, is said to have the on last Tuesday night. A majority of our population live best tariff bill ever passed by been Con- passed the cotton bill, and admitted the Arizona and New Mexico to Stateon farms and more than United The quilting at Mr. J. O. Pol-ley- 's State taxes are paid by the half our gress of thewas less States, and tt--its av- hood. farmers erage rate avthan half President Vetoes Most Important and the majority on last Monday was well Democrats. The, of our farmers are erage rate of the existing tariff law. Bills. Democratic party has It remained on the statute books unQuite a nice lot of from the foundation of our govern- changed until 1857, a period of eleven The Republican President, William attended. ment championed the farmer's cause, years. Blaine, in his book, H. Taft, vetoed the three most Imporquilting was done and the even- while the Republican party has crip- "Twenty James G. of Congress," stated tant bills passed by Democrats In the Years pled his Interests and the interests of that the eleven years of the House of Representatives, and passed ing pleasantly spent. laboring men by compelling them to tariff were the most prosperous Yalker by Democrats and Insurgent Repubin the licans in pay tribute to trusts, monopolies the Senate, and these bills Republic, Mr. Samuel Murrell and wife, combines, and carry the burden of and life of the so satisfiedand that the peo- gave the greatest relief to the people. ple were opwith it that in pressive taxation. He vetoed the bill reducing existing 1856, after it had been in operation ten who have been visiting their years, neither of the great political taxes on wool and on woolen goods, e There Bhould be no the people of children in the state of Illinois, vote among the farmers and laboring parties which presented Presidential which savedhundred millionsthe United of dollars men at the next State election. Demo- candidates referred to the tariff in its States two per annum, and he vetoed the bill rehave returned home platform. cratic administrations have enacted every law on our statute books The Morrill tariff ,blll was passed in ducing existing tariff taxes on cotton ImMr. Albert Blair had an all prove agricultural conditions, to 1865, after the Civil War commenced, goods, which saved fifty millions per while annum to the people; and he vetoed Republican administration has to party day working one day last week, no credit a single act to upVlUd agri- and the Republican Nationalhas since the fanners' and laborers' free list its that time In every platform bill, which saved one hundred millions culture In this and an excellent dinner was late Republican State, and ben the promised a revision of the tariff. The of dollars to the farmers' and laborers, convention was held revisions have always been upward inat LoulBvllle the platform adopted stead of. downward, uatil w now live big remarkable and unsatisfactory ex- terved. , and should not be made a par-tisan issue between political parties, and favors the extension of the pres- ent local option law as applied to the sale of liqutrs, which has been upheld i;.--:; ' f.--'e , for President, resigned as a judge of the Supreme Court of New York the day that he accented the Democratic nomination for President, and his salary was $18,000 per annum, by our highest court as valid and con- Governor Woodrow Wilson, of New stitutional, so that the citizens of each Jersey, resigned as Pn -- idem of and every county in the State may de- Princeton Unhersity the day that be termine for themselves whether spirit- accepted the nomination fer Governor uous, vinous or malt liquors may be of New Jersey, althorgh he was receiving $10,000 per annum as Pras sold therein. t, ho-Yi- ed c ; , n j lf ; 1 ' I ' i ; J i ( J h Ryan-Aldric- i i h I I voted for and I endorsed every sectitfn of this platform, and it is proper I should say in this connection that I voted for the first local option law passed by the Kentucky Legislature in 1874 I then being a Rpnrpspntntivp frnm ATrulisnn Cnuntv. At a local option electiou held in abse t adding to Richmond I w my duties except the was that laj March 3 last, and compelled to be in Losvttle tojtf ? Sa tend a meeting of cratic Executive Comnuttee that day by the chairman theoff the business of which was to all which I had auo- primary e'ecPo" cated. and m which I was deeply interested. At the recent Democratic btateconvention I advocated at the Demo- cratic candidates meeting a declaretion to be placed in the platform in favor of extension of the present local option law. and it was agreed to Dy the Democratic candidates, and was put in the Democratic platform. On this platform of principles Dem- Irreocrats appeal to all Kentucklans. spective of previous political aflilia- tions, to support our State ticket and all other Democratic candidates. May- Judge O'Rear in his speech at field on the ?.lst day of August asked me to answer the following questions: Are you now in favor of the exten- of the county unit law in Kension tucky. etc.. and when did you come to conclusion? I have already said in my speech to-day that I endorse every section of the Demociatic platform at the State convention at Louisville on the 15th of August, 1911. but I will say nowspecifically -- I am in favor of the extension of the present local option law as applied to the sale of licpiors. so that the c'tizens of each and every in the State may determine for themselves whether spirituous, vinous malt Manors may be sold there'n. These are the exact words of the State Democratic platform. t pnmp to this conclusion some time ago when the question of the exten- of the county unit law became and I regard it as the best plan to settle an important question. If Judge O'Rear had read on the day of the State Democratic conven- tion the mibl'shed account of the viporc f thp stntP Democratic candi- dates for office he would have known that I and nU the other candidates for State oflines were in favor of extending the county unit law. Judge ORear says he proposes, if elected Governor, to remove the in- -of the liquor lobby in the KenLegislature, and its allied lob- .. ji i..t j. inuyuae Dies, antl usits me wuai. t nnnnr.n i." do about it? My answer is as stated in the Democratic platform, and is as follows: "I favor such laws as will under appropriate penalties destroy all cor- runt lobbying seeking to Influence anv legislatiyOody in the comraonwpalth dent of the university, and his salan as Governor was little more than ha.f as much as he received as President of Princeton University. Robert Riddell, of Kentucky, resigned the office of Circuit Judge when ne accepted the nomination as a Dem- for J SticofcaAn speech, made a lengthy de'en.e of , Mntjdnte(j Senator Brad, s a mie q hfa geat and said: .Senat0r MpCrear -- "e SfnJJS Jj - . nel John Allen and Colonel Frank FeQr anfl & number Democrats in Kentucky w-.voted for by those ilisurgents 0f wh,c ever ym wanfc tQ caH them aQd ator McCreary never once asked tbm tQ change tneir votes from hlm indi. catng that he wag wlll5j; to receiva tne votes of these four Democrats, who aiterward voted for Bradlev. Judge 0.Rear co,;1d ave avol(led "misrepre- sentation of me if ne nad asfced me to tel him the facts j was not in Kentucky during the contest between Beck- nam and Bradjev for united States senator, but I was in Washington ct-tending to my duties as a United States Senator, and I now have in mv possession a letter from Hon. Gua RiChard?on, Representative from Meade County, in which he says: "I wrote you after a number of ballots had been taken, and it was evident to me that Beckham could not be elect-thed, and asked permission to nominate you if any break should come. In your reply you said positively that 'you would not permit the use of your name, and that you did not want any Representative or Senator to vote for you under any circumstances as long as Governor Beckham was a candi-date." I also have a letter in my posses-count- y sion from Hon. George T. Harris, in which he says: "You requested me ask the Democrats in person and pri- vately to not vote for you, as under no circumstances could you accept the office, if elected, while Governor Beckham was a candidate. I did com-slo- n Ply with your request, and did co Mr. McKnight and stated ycur request to him, and as the other men that would not vote for Beckham you "" u iimuem-- wun, i assea "" McKnight to see them, and neither of them voted for you after that day." An tne allusions I have made to my distinguished opponent, I only desire to state facts and correct misrepre- ?een,tatios- - ,"HI,! iuS m,blic careef. Kentuckians. and I wo1l s thn3 to disparage what-fluenmerit he has displayed, or to from his standing as a party I Jract e long-drawn-o- R Patterson, OUie Ja j. Colo- - at i ; to-o- r ' ' e , ce fer de-tuc- I Rerre-sentatlve- I J 1 two-third- ; I 4 nnfZrwS ng3 "i!t ,.i wX 11 v JS 1 rm his-far- m I - , e stay-at-hom- -- -- . - The Democratic Platform. The Democratic platform adopted at the State convection held at Louisville, Ky., August 15, reaffirms time-trie- d d and Democratic doctrines, and it announces ut"""- - iluaies which are wor-n- n thJ of the support of all Kentuckians. or the fKiVwt nf I indorse was election of officers by it. or In any adopted by the platform whichreprethe convention. It other matters" and I will do al In sents the principles of the Democratic my power, if I cm Governor, to carry ticket and presents the policies out fully the statpments in this sec- State will be upheld. platform, and that tion of the Democrntic Speaking with candor and deliberaIf tho cou"fy unit 's net enacted at tion, I can say that in my opinion bo the first session of the Legislature if better or more appropriate or proI am Gov ror I will determine then gressive declaration of principles was whether the Legislature shall bo ever made in Kentucky by an earnest, e: tra session to con Intelligent, called into patriotic body of men. repsider it. resenting tie Democrats of every part Judge O'Rear asserts in very strong of the State. language what he will do with the I shall not at this discus Legislature if the members do rot length each section of time platform. at I the obey his dictation, and it Is proper in hope It will be read and carefully conthis connection to say that each sidered by each voter. It Is sufficient brairch of the Legislature Is certain to for me to refer briefly to the subject be Democratic, and will be more I" matter of most of the sections. sympathy with a Democratic Gov The Democratic platform, after ernor than with a Republican Gov- pledging anew our faith in and devo ernor. d tion to the and eternal Before I finish my speech I will ' TjHncinles of our nartv. and reaffirm- ask Judge O'Rear to answer some im- - ing Gur faith in successive platform-portanquestions, but they will be 0f the party, and especially reaffirming more appropriate when I discuss an- - our faith In and devotion to the Nation- al Democratic platform adopted at other question. Republicans Have Seized Some of the Denver, Colo., in the year 190S, d ' ciares in iavor oi a airect pnraa. Most Important Principles of Both the passage of a corrupt t election, State and National Demo.practice act, a more efficient system. Platforms. cratic in Republicans after years ot opposi of public schools, woman's suffragelob, prin- - school elections, abolition of the tion to Democratic policies and State utilities clples have in the last few years by, the creation of aaccounting cgmmisslon, uniform seized some of the most important tern. advocated by by Selection of the Prison Democrats in Kentucky, and some of the Governor instead o : by Board al the in Na- the most important principles t0 confirinat!on- Democratic platforms. -- - y n,e Many of the declarations in the Re-' of our tax system by sub-publican State platform are in favor mIttin& tof afJote f Pe reople principles which Democrats have or they des-rto adopt an for years, notable among amendment to our State Constitution eelu- ovement of our them being Assembly so that it may classify ; wuom ....J..........W..- - Property for the purpose of taxation. incut,,?, iiuiumwii. ucuai cinvi Creation of a Department of Bank from politics, thorough inspection of ing, providing for competent inspecof labor dis- tion. State banks, arbitration putes, prohibition of peonage and Wise and conservative laws as win Blave traffic; and it may be said in and this connecMon that the first local op encourage roadand bridge building. Organization among; by a Democrats tion law was passed Legislature in 1874 and approved by a the farmers and laborers of the Staf and the enactment of such ConstituDemocratic Governor. Republicans have also eagerly seized tional laws as will protect them from planks in Democratic National plat- the greed of the trusts and monopolies of the forms. This was notably the case fruit of qountry, which are the direct Republican legislation. when ReDublicans declared for Gov regulation of railroad rates, j Favors laws for the protection from ernment for this was written in. three National accident and injury of all laborers engaged Democratic platforms, beginning with a wise, In hazardous employments, and conservative law regulating the the platform of 189S. arbitration of labor strikes and deUnited States Sen- putes. The election of ators by direct vote of the people has Opposition to all mobs and lynch-ing- s, been advocated by Democrats for a and severe penalties on all offi- quarter of a century. I ?Ssf2??faS,ft0iProt.ect PrIsoners Reclprocity in trade was advocated by the founder of the Democratic . Law prohibiting party, Thomas J'efferson, nearly a cen- male slave traflic, peonage and feregardless of color. tury ago, and was endorsed by several Election of' United States Senatora Democratic National conventions, and by direct vote of the people. was advocated by the present RepubEnforcement of the laws and rule of lican President, who called a special the people. session of Congress in order to secure Religious and civil the passage of the Canadian recip- terable opposition to liberty and unalraising any rerocity measure. ligious test as a qualification for holdPublication of campaign contribu- ing office. tions before the election has been adtemperance , Is essentially vocated by Democrats for a number of a Declares moral, and social que- time-honorete 'man. ' time-honore- t j sys-princip- les and-polic- ies Gen-tlon- 1 E18 e5fr of wheth-advocat- ed e j H1Bi!m:lBrttS :'':.' "",s noa-polltlc- al U . ! ; j? --- - -- - '4 THEfADAIR COUNT'S' NEWS sion of thelcountyrunit- - law became prominent, and I regard it as the best plan to settle an important question. the; aowr county hews Published Every Wednesday BY Q"frQ"Q4'Qfr'Q"fr'00"Ce'Q0"fr6 iraili J Q"O4404Ofr4440004fr THE day of the State! Democraticjconvention the pub-- , EDITOR. lished account of the views of Q CHAS- - S. HARRIS the State Democratic candidates 9p Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest of the City of Columbia and the people for office, he would have known Adair and adjacent counties. that I and all the other candi- dates for Sttte offices were in as Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. 1 favor of extending the county (Am unit law. WED. SEPT. 13. 1911, Governor McCreary 's bold ac- ceptance of 0 'Rear's challenge Democratic Ticket. P will shock that distinguished Ju-- ! rist. He had hoped to put his JQ For United States Senator Democratic opponent in a posi- OLLIE M. JAMES tion where he would repudiate For .Governor the solemn Ddeclaration of his JAMES B. MCCREARY party platform; but he evidently i For Lieutenant Governor EDWARD J. MCDERMOTT does not know the leader from" (Am For Attorney General Madison. When his party takes JAMES GARNETT n tipvpv tnlrprs. and h For Auditor when, as in this case, it is in HENRY N, BOSWORTH line with his convictions, he en( Adair County News Company. Incorporated.) "If Judge O'Rear had read on the j ( BEFORE I Doin,4 Your Fall Painting , J jT r Post-offi- ce Be Sure to Investigate I . j i j j H. &. W. ; I '3l. Prepared Paint i " The Brand That Raised The Standard jT j r Guaranteed 100 per cent pure i i I For State Treasurer THOMAS G. RHEA ters the contest with renewed courage. ' For Secretary of State C. F. CRECELIUS For Supt. of Public Instruction. BARKSDALEHAMLETT Judge O'Rear will have to put another string on his harp. Reed Hardware Co. 4444nfrMtQHQMQMQaQ4 Judge 0'Rearis somewhat like Nickademus, the ruler of the Jews. In answer to questions ROBERT L. GREENE put to him byJSenator McCreary For Railroad'Commissioner he says: "I have not read the W. F. KLA1R tariff bills, and I am not familiar On the fourth Sunday in this month ANSWERS JUDGE GOV. McCREARY The Institute. with President Taft's vetoes." there will be a roll call at ths Christian O'REAR. It occurs to us that the Republi Church. All members are urged to be It is the universal expression present. can candidate for Governor is of the teachers that the Institute WATCH MAKER and JEWELER Judge O'Rear has but one away behind with his reading. Hiram' Stotts sold three head of catjust held was the best one that tle to J. W Simpson, at 34 cents. He string to his harp "county Adair county bought a milk cow from John McCHs, "unit" and he thrums on in all Henry Clay Beattie, who mur- has convened in suc- ter. for $30. My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction day and far into the night. Al- dered his young wife near Ches- within the last decade. It's part Mr. J. A. Dulworth, of Camp Knox, though every law" for the pro- terfield Court House, Va., was cess was due, for the most Office in has lost several hogs from cholera. He jury placeing to the practical, aggressive, motion of temperance in this tried last week, the had the State Veterinary surgeon on J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. supervision of the in- his place last week. State has beenput on the Statute him in the electric chair. It was W. J. Craig, of books by the Democrats; he a righteous verdict. The trial structor, Prof. D. H. Howerton will preach at the Judge fixed November 24th for Bowling Green. Much credit is Christian church in Cane Valley, Sunclaims to be the original discovhearty day afternoon, at three o'clock. erer of the "county unit" idea, his electrocution, but the case due the teachers for their in the work of the The concrete waik in front of the and that helalone!must be trusted will be appealed. Institute and the promptness city cemetery grounds will be com- with its enforcement. Hon. A. J. Oliver, Republican with which they responded to all pleted this week. When the Democrats put the candidate for Secretary of State, assignments to topics of discusplank in their platform, Judge Per cent, goes on town taxes the first Wholesale, and Retail addressed a small audience at sion. of October. O'Rear was quick to proclaim it Geo. Coffey, Collector. ' the court-hous- e laat Friday. He Everybody was very favorably a fraudulent, lying device to paid tribute to Judge O'Rear, catch votes. He even went fur- endorsed the actions of Repub- impressed by the personality and I have 150 bushels of winter oats for All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5asli, Doors and Blinds Gilsale at 50 cents. ther and charged that Governor lican party, past and present, inspiring talks of Prof. V. 0. W P. Summers. bert and the lectures given at Columbia, Kentucky. McCreary did not favor the and urged his hearers to support night by Profs. Craig, Rhodes White Cook wanted at "county unit" ; that he did not the ticket. School. and Mrs. Weaver, were classed as want it in the platform, and that the most excellent orations ever DurocKs for Sale. he would not dare to stand on it. No man who comes to Colum- delivered before an educational But Governor McCreary, bid- bia next Monday, to hear Hon E. 1 have two pure bred gilts, fine indiassembly in this county. A supvery properly, until ing his time, by pure bred candidate for erintendent of less ability than viduals. Safely with pig a bargain. J. McDermott, Duroc boar. Will sell at his opening address, reputed all Lieutenant Governor, will our worthy Miss Hindman could A. K. Rupe, his assertions. He stood on be disappointed. He is a great Breeding, Ky. 44 2t not have put work together in so every plank of the Democratic speaker. splendid a manner. It was upon Eld. Caleb Sewell, who many years platform. In reference to the When You Want Columns ago, was a teacher in Columbia Christhe whole a great Institute and tian College, this place, died in Clay Absher. "county unit" question, and bE3 Ours is the only Colonial gplumn it is sincerely hoped that we may county, Tenn., last Friday. He was giving an explicit answer to quite an old man, and was the Father Factory in Kentucky. Nothing but S Mr. Marcus Ellis, Cane Valley, have the pleasure of attending of Mrs. P. C. Weaver, of Louisville. Judge O'Rear's sneering quesi':V 'f tH another one, next year equally as The latter left here friday morning, Solid and Bored Poplar. tion, he made the following was here last week. im with the hope of reaching her father's Mr. Sylvia Humphress is some good. frank, sincere answer: bedside before death. Remember that we are in better poA teacher. speech better at this writing. "Judge O'Rear, in his sition to furnish Columns than any Squirrels have not been so plentiful at Mayfield, on the 31st day of Miss Annie Robertson and for many years. The woods in Adair Additional Locals Firm in the State. county are full. It is a common thing August, asked me to answer the nephew, Claud Smith, were-- in for a hunter to kill all he wants before Our Prices are Right following questions: Cane Valley one day last week. J. E. Sampson, son of Judge J. breakfast. It is said they are swiming ?r. be mar"Are you in favor of the exMr. John Weatherf ord and sis- R. Sampson, Middlesbo'ro, will of Phila- Cumberland rivar in droves, coming in Discount to'Dealers ried to Miss Gertrude Caton, tension of the county unit law in ter spent last Sunday at Mr. A. delphia, on the 27th inst. The ceremo- this direction. Phone No. 108. Kentucky, etc., and when did Brockman's. ny will take place at Asheland, N. C. At the Parsonage N. nephew of Mr. M. Mr. Sampson is a "you come to that conclusion?" Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Thomas Cravens, this city. Mr. W. M. Grant and Miss Eliza Rig--1 COLUMN CO. "I have already said in my were at H. B. Robertson's last ney, of Neatsburg, were married by in speech y Lost. that I indorse ev- Sunday. COLUMBIA, KY. iVCV. JL). ill. VjUlliC HL Lite paiouuagc last Saturday afternoon. The couple ery section of the Democratic Mr. John Rule was at Neats- left soon after the ceremony, for their platform adopted at the State A suit case containing ladies clothes. home on Green ri"er. burg one .day last week. liberally The finder will will be convention at Louisville, on the rewarded by leaving the same at this Emerline Duncan, the old colored womKENTUCKY FAIR DATES. loth day of August, 1911, but I Miss Judelle Robertson and office. It was lost on Burkesville pike. an, who has been a faithful servant in George Rice visited at Delaney G. P. SMYTHE will say now specifically, I am in the home of Mr. Jo Coffey for about years, left last week for The following are the dates fixed The tri of H. A. Bagby, who killed twenty-fiv- e for favor of the extension of the Robertson's Sunday. Town Marshal of Grensburg, Ver- Indianapolis, where she has children, the present local option law as apMiss Zella East was 'visiting non Coffey, was concluded at Camp- and where she expects to make her holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as FIRE INSURANCE Saturday. The jury home. far as reported. Officers of fairs are plied to the sale of liquors, so her aunt, Mrs. Rose East last bellsville, last and gave him 21 years, the same verdict as requested to report to us any omisthat the citizens of each and ev- week. Mr John C. Calhoun, of near Camphis first trial. the one given at REAL ESTATE correction of dates: bellsville, was here last Thursday. He sions or ery county in the State may deMiss Audra Dillingham spent states that the corn crop of Taylor Scottsville, Septe mrer 143 days. termine for themselves whether Thursday night with Miss NanNot A Word Of Scanaal county is good, the wheat crop was Horse Cave, September 204 days. spiritous, vinous, or malt liquors nie Russell. , marred the call of a neighbor on Mrs. fine, and that several business houses MorganstoMn, September 21 3 day. may be sold therein: These are W. P. Spangh, of Manville, Wyo., who are being erected in Campbellsville. Glasgow, September 27 4 days. " A. Miss Effie Sanders spent last said: "she told me Dr. King'erUew Life the exact words of the State Mayfield, September 274 days. The 4th Quarterly Conference for the of obstinate kidney Pills had cured her week at her father's. Falmouth, September 274 days. DENTIST. Democratic platform. trouble and made her feel like a new Columbia and Tabor charge will be held' Tabor, Sept., 23, 24. Rev. T. L. " Paducah, October 3 1 days. Mr. W, H. Absher was in woman." Easy, but sure remedy for at COLUMBIA, KY. I came to this conclusion htomach, liver and kidney troubles Hulse, P. E. will preach at 11 o'clock Bowling Green, October" 4 1 dkys. Campbellsville one day last w.eek. Only 25c. at Paull Drug Co. both days. orxics o kcmxll it. me time ago when the exten- days, Blrrray7 October For Commissioner of Agriculture J. V. NEWMAN For Clerk of Court of Appeals 00900040i S. N. HANCOCK OPTICIAN up-to-da- te V Sandusky & Co. LUMBER SI r Remember Us II COLUMBIA to-da- V J 1 T. SMITH n'l-n, t 111 J y - THE ADAIR GOUNTY'EWS '.V "rf 3V Fancy S Busies Want To Go and Harness w And Young People S9& In -- Style a- il 5? and in order to so do, they are getting prices from The Buchanan Lyon Co. On their Fancy Buggies and their Finest Harness. .IV , in Central Kentucky, and the Greatest Variety. ber the place, The largest stock to select from The prices being Corect. Remem- BUCHANAN LYON CO. INCORPORATED Campbellsville, Ky. $k sa CL m x r bT " .W !gSS W,Jtn PERSONAL J Mr. Silas Denny is on the sick list. Dr. day. Mr. Robt. Ingram, cashier of Bank Russell Spring's was in town en route to Louisville. Mr. J. W. Voils, Russell Springs, who is engaged in the milling business, was in Columbia last Wednesbay. to-day, L T. Logsdon. representing the Pickett Tobacco Warehouse, one of the best Mr. W. A. Helm is in Louisville this in Louisville, was here Friday. week. Mr. C. C. Traylor and wife, of Beck's Mr. W. I Ingram was at Kuifley last Store, were m Columbia last Thursday and called at the News office. Monday. Mr, J. B. Coffey, who was selected Mr. H. T. Baker is attending the as Judge of mules, etc , at the State State Fair. Fair, lett for Louisville yesterday. Mrs. Geo. W. Staples left for a week Dr. C. A, Cox left for his home, or ten days. Jonesboro, Tenn., this morning. He Mr. W. R. Iloskins, Campbellsville, will be missed by his many friends was here Sunday. Mr. Walker Bryant attended the Mrs. R. F. Paull has been quite sick meeting of tbe State Association of for tbe past week. county clerks at Frankfort last week. Mr. W. D. Frazier is on a business Mr. J. F Vigles and Mr. N. B. Faulk-enburtrip to Algood, Tenn. of Jamestown, werehere ThursMr. Wm. Kobson, Campbellsville, day, the latter en route 'to Frankfort. was here last Friday. Mr. Tim Cravens accompanied Mr. Miss Zella Pelley left Monday for Jas. Garnett to Greensburg Monday Georgetown College where the latter had an appointment to g, J. J. Booker was here last Thurs r ij filing wagons, ' Harness, Saddles, Fence, Seeds, Fertilizers Manure Spreaders, Superior and Em pire Wheat Drills, Disc and Hoe Prices Right Look ovor.your old Drills and if you need Repairs let us know in time to save Express or Postage 4 4 Mr. Frank Sinclair left for the cinnati market Monday. Cin- speak. Mr. Leon Baldauf, Louisville, reached Columbia Friday afternoon, Mrs. Mr. Luther Potts, Creelsboro, was Baldauf having been here for several here the first of the week. weeks. Mr. Rollin Hurt is attending circuit Mr. C. M. Barnett and wife, who court at Campbellsville. visited here several weeks, left for Mr. J. A. Wilmore left for the State their home in Evansville, Ind., Saturday College, Lexington, Friday. afternoon. 4 4 4 The Jerries Hardware Store. Messrs. R. T. Baker, G. W. Brock-ma- n and Finis Baker, all of Amanda- Mr. O. W. McAllister.of Mentz, Mo., ville, were here Monday, en route for the State Fair. was in Columbia last Monday. Miss Fiances Gamed, daughter of Mr. Guy Feese' condition remains Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Garnett, left Monabout the same. He is very feeble. day for Danville where she will enter Mr. Frank Cox, of Kansas City, Mo., Caldwell College. is visiting his Uncle,. Mr. A. B. Cox. Mis. Virginia McLean, this city, and Mrs. L. A. Routzong, (if Miami is visher aunt, Mrs. Harriet D. Cundiff. of iting friends in Spokane, Washington. Cane Valley, are spending a week in Rev. B. M. Currie returned from Louisville, visiting relatives. Brownsville, Tenn., last Friday evening. Mr. W. R. Todd, who graduated from Mr. Jas- Holladay and his sister,Miss Central University, Danville, last year, Lois, will enter Georgetown College to- will teach in the institution this year. day. He left Saturday morning for his post of duty. Mr. W. H. Wilson and wife are in Mr. J. O. Ewing, a prominent attornLouisville this week and will attend the ey of Burkesvillle, and Prof. C. R. big fair. Payne, principal of the school in that Mr. L. C Winfrey, of the Columbia place, were in Columbia last Friday bar, was in the Taylor circuit court and Saturday. last week. Miss Katie Murrell left Friday mornMiss Ina Dohoney, of Bradfprdsville, ing for Earlington, Ky., where she was visiting Miss Maye Montgomery will teach during this shool year. Her last week. mother, Mre. Corinne Murrell, accompaMrs. J. P. Scruggs, of Midway, is nied her as far as Campbellsville. visitng her brother, Mr. James Garnett Mr. M. Rey Yarberry reached Columfamily. and bia last Friday. His mother, Mrs. Ann Mr. Ilorace Hamilton visited his pa Yarberry, twho has been with her daurents in Metcalfe county last Saturday ghter in Frankfort for six or eight rod Sunday. months, has also returned to the county and is now visiting at Cane Valley. Judge W. W. Jones was in the Tay- r county circuit court last week, on Mr. P. H. Bridgewater, of Cane Val-lwas in Columbia last Wednesday, ral business. the second time during this year. For Messrs. Ray Conover, G. W. Dillon. years he has been a regular visitor, son,Richard, are taking in the State coming in two or three timep a month, i ir tms weeK. but he met with an accident six or eight Ir. Walter S. Taylor,)f Montpelier, months ago, and has been, until recentft for the Transylvania University, ly confined at home. ixington last Friday. y, I Mrs. T. R. Stults and son. Count, are attending the State Fair. V. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. Bank of Columbia, Plff, ) vs Wooten & Pulliam &c Df t. ) ra Geo. W. Thomas returned to neral of Jumbia and attended the Shelton. s. Georgia R. rs. Ermine Wilson and son and Mr. mr Stanton, Russell Springs, are ended the State Fair. iiee, of Burdick, attended the funer- Mrs. Georgia Sbelton. : 1 r. Read Caldwell and sister, Miss By virtue of a Judgment and order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the September Term, thereof, 190" in the above cause, for the sum of Two thousand and thirty seven and eighty-seve- n one hundredths dollars and $24.85 costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the ISth day of September 1911, at 1 o'lock p. Notice. m., or thereabout (being Circuit Court) upon a credit of six months, the followN. H. Moss, County Judge in and ing described property, to wit: A cer- for Adair County, Kentucky, and Gortain tract of land lying on the waters don Montgomery, County Attorney in of Harrodsfork in Adair County, Ky., for said County and State, are hereby containing 586! acres, and being the notified that application will be made to same land conveyed to these defendants the Board of Prison Commissioners of by Jdlin R. Royse & wife by deed re- the State of Kentucky, for the parol of corded in Deed Book No 20 page 17 in Will Ed Jones, now confined in the the Office of the Clerk of the Adair State Penitentiary at Frankfort, Ky.f County Court. Refference is also made for the killing of Tom Dudley. to the Judgment and order of Sale in Sept., 1911. Sam Jones. this case for complete description and bounkary, which is recorded in Order Farm For Sale. Book No. 11, page 388 in the Office of the' Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court. Containing 154 acres on Columbia and The undivided one-ha- lf of defendant Pulliam or a sufficiency thereof will be Jamestown road at Montpelier, 10 miles sold first, and should it fail to bring from Columbia. In good repair. For enough to satisfy said debt and cost f uther information write or call on, Bert Epperson, then the interest of Wooten or a Montpelier, Ky. Look Here. sufficiency thereof will be sold to" satis"milk cow for sale. 2t fy same. For the purchase price, the I have a good purchaser with approved surety or seB. L. Conover. We will send the daily curities, must execute Bond, bearing 2t from now until the 30th of Decem- legal interest from day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of ber, four months, and the News one Rev. B. M. Currie will preach schoolhouse next Sunday a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared ' year for $1.80. Now is the time to sub-- I afternoon at 3 o'clock. Let all the to comply promptly with these terms, scribe, as this offer will' not hold good W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. but for a short time. friends attend. -atiDis-aDDointme- Forced To Leave Home. Every year a large number of poor sufferers, whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs, are urged to go to another climate. But this is costly and not always sure. There's a better way. Let Dr. King's New Discovery cure you at home. "It cured me of lung trouble," writes W. R. Nelson, of Calamine, Ark., "when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight. Its surely the kings of all cough and lung cures." Thousands owe their lives to it. It's positively guaranteed for Coughs, Colds, LaGrippe, Asthma, Croup all Throat and Lung troubles. 50c & SkfcO. Trial bottle free at Paull Drug Co. FALL ATTRACTIONS Our Greatly Enlarged Rug and Drapery J Department With its wonderful selection of the best that the market affords, offers Special attractive Bargains every day in the week. The Fall Line of Carpets-Linole- um . Makes shopping-a- t ourstore pleasant and profitable. Stocks overflowing with splendid values. You are always welcome at Louisville's Big Carpet and Rug Store. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated 522 and 524 West Market St. A Dreadful Sight nt to H. J. Barnum, of Freeville, N. Y., was the fover sore that had plagued I will sell mv residence on Rtirk;vni his life for years in spite of many rem-idi- street, to the highest bidder, on Ion-dthe first day of circuit court. Iti i he tried. At last he used Bucklen's a very aesiraaie nome. Arnica salve and wrote: "it has entire- 44-Kittie Smith. ly healed with scarcely a scar left." Heals Burns, Boils, Eczema, Cuts, Notice. Bruises, Swellings, Corns and Pile like magic Only 25c. at Paull Drug Co. In obedience to an order of the Adair County Court, the voters of White Oak voting district No., 9 in Adair The plans and sppcificalions for the Ky., are hereby notified that county at the new Baptist Church, can be seen at the Regular State Election held in said disoffice of Walker Bryant. The Building trict, the question will be submitted to Committee invites all p'rospective con- them, whether or not cattle or other species thereof shall be permitted to tractors to examine said plans and make run at large in said district. Given under my hand as Sheriff w4 a sealed bid for the work as specified of Adair county, Ky., this, Sept., the 9tb. therein. 1911. .A. D. Patteson, S. A. C Building Committee of Columbia Baptist Church 45-es ay 2t 4t For Sale. M i v TT b the Xdaik county news 1 There is but one person whose "When you suffer from any form of of this remarkable cure for stomach, welfare is as, vital to the welfare indigestion it is always well to take liver and bowel troubles through a something for the liver, as usually the free sample. Mrs. Frank Lilly of of the whole country as is that : .nA ; tii ir trouble lies there. If you are bilious, ni Of the Wageworker who does have a bloated feeling after eating, if cured her and she is open in saying j you belch, if your skin is yellowish tnar sne win never iaKe piutur snuuj; manual labor, and that is the til cathartics' again, as Syrup Pepsin acts you may be sure it is liver trouble. you need is something to stir so mildly. Mr. W. L. Bryant, the ler of the soil the farmer. If What Postmaster at Sardis, Tenn., says he un the liver, to arouse the gastric will never be without it again. No there is one lesson taught by his-- , juices so that they will aid in the di a gestion 01 your ioou. n. vcij guuu sick person can afford to ignore this. tory, it is that the permanent remedy for this, and one highly rec- remedy so highly endorsed as from , ommended by those who have used It is srood for all the family mild, greatness of any state must ulti-infancy to old age, because it is it, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, mately depend more upon the which you can obtain of any druggist free from griping and yet promptly Furthermore, results are character of its country popula- at fifty cents or one dollar a Dome. effective. minrnntofrl nr . . ., ...w.- - j .. w. mnnPV will But if you have any doubt about its aUJUlUiVIJ jMW uuii uictii ujjun any tiling eiatr. .merits, and would prefer to try it be refunded. first, send your address to Dr. CaldFor the free sample address Dr. W. No growth of cities, no growth well and he will promptly send you a B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, free sample bottle. of wealth can make up for a loss Thousands of people first learned Monticello, 111. in either the? strength or the character of the farming populat$ ion.'" In the United States more OO.S1I, UUU13, LHI11UO, I than in other country we should J prize our country population, A; vvnen cms nation Degan it s E : existence itlwas a nation oj farmers, The towns were HUGHES small and were for the most part ' EUNDS. , more seacoast trading and fish4 ing ports. The chief industry of Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House the country was agriculture, and in the South. o the original citizen was in some Send your orders to us for prompt shipment way connected with it In every and good goods. If We appreciate them. 4 great crisis of the past a peculiar dependency has had to be placed E. Main Street upon the farming population ;and LOUISVILLE, KY. INCORPORATED. this dependedce has hitherto been justified. But it cannot be justified in the future if agriculI U. G. HARDWICK, Pres. H COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec J. ture is permitted to sink in the scales as compared with other employments. We cannot afford to lose that permanently typical INCORPORATED ESTABLISHED IS6I 188- 9American the farmer who owns his own farm. Theodore JVULiLiWtJIGHTS tVc-klito1- GOOD LIVER REMEDY FREE The Tiller of the Soil. pes IN Tfc L IttAiN No. 27 No. 23 No. 79 No 21 & N. Time Card 9:4ani 7K b M REMEMBER THAT M 7K Nl NI IN IN NT N In effect Monday. Dec. 31. 1SC8. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville 1 Ar. Lebakcd am 5:05pm 8:00 pm 6:30pm NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ar. 8 Jo lOrteram lOKJOjpm 7K No.93 Train o. 24 o. 73 Louisvills TO.aci 10:15 6:55 8:15 y 7K IS IV j $K V Tn- - o.28 72am iJZOpm IN The Adair County News Is Going To The lo. 22 Jo. 92 Noa. 92 and 93 623 pm 10U5.am 7:32am are.Sunday trains only. am pia pm A IN Ub-w- u i , sir Tin IN Nl JN $. IN M TTn WILMORE HOTEL w. ja. cmiafaoRe, Prop p. 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DEALERS IN i M IN mACfUlSTS 7lN v IN NI ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 N. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfilRTeeWTfl-MftlLOUISVILLE McCreary Sure Winner. ready Large List IN Joseph Jamstown, H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work at; 4vr The Democratic host at Louisville have done well their part. The platform promulgated by the convention should and doubtless will receive the hearty sanction of every Democratic voter in the 7In Will praclice in this andmadjoining counties. : NJ Kentucky, IN NI IN NI IN Nt IN IN VT. H illf'li M hi &. fi&-v3F. ... - state. It expresses the stand $1.50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly IN NI Why ' ' JOBBING WORK SOLICITED gggggfij wirsana-V V5: ""' that will be taken by the party in the state campaign on the NJ. IN TN IN IN AH Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - ELLWOOD 26 INCHES WIRE FENCE HIGH AT 17 CENTS PERzROD IN main issues now before the peo- k: ple and with this platform and IN with the splendid ticket of Mc- -' niIN Creary and company, not a Dem- ) ocrat in the State should sulk. Most any well informed politi- - n cian either Democrat or Republi- -' (j) ' can, will agree with you that Mc- - ' IN Crparv will win hv nf- Ipnsf 9? flflfl NIIN IN. Not Nt IN NJ IN j Read The r . j Courier Journal One Year Nl NJ J - Wewmsayeyoumoneyona26mchHOGPR90PPENCEaslongmajorily. I 1 lasts. We carry m stock all heights and 0Ur tlcket Pltched gainst and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. O'Rear and his gang and the 58 INCH Phoenix Hill crazy-quil- t of a plat form we honestly predict majority will not fall short of 50,000. On with the dance Logan County News. j Mc-Creary's with this platform Tn Nk: NI TInIN - IN Courier TIN IN IN NI IN 1 Louisville Times and News IN Journal? NI 7f Could Pick Them Out. NX iOoVFrdStlK!! Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. ; A Republican speaker in his talk to an audience one afternoon said he could pick out any DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. We Have Prepared A Regular Bargain Feast for Visitors to Kentucky's State Fair Every section of our Great Store is Teeming with Extra Ordinary Values. We want you to come and say howdy. Visit with us and make our store your Headquarters. man before him and tell what party he supported. He then pointed to an elderly man to the left of the room and said: "You are a Republicae." "Yes sir," said the man. He then pointed to a man to the right of the hall and said- he he was also a Republican. The man rose in his seat and said he was. The speaker next pointed too sickly looking gentleman at the rear of the hall and said: "You, sir, are a Republicau." ,'No, sir, I'm not. I have had the grip for nearly two weeks, and that's the reason I look so - $4.50 )K)K)K)K)K)K)K)K5K The Attention Readers! Tin 71 HENRY WATTERSON Editor. furnish You We Can Adair County News and the special attention extended to all readers of The Adair County News, also to all visitors to Louisville during the State Fair, September 1911.' As a special inducement we ask you to fill out this, cut out, sign your name and plainly,, and present at our store and we will give you on every one dollar purchase a Silver Dime. Remember we sell quality and everything as low as the lowest. A ad-addr- ess Weekly Courier-Journal Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give," liberal Cut out this Coupon Name .. ' " ; 4 . " Street Town ; combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier j County Write Courier-Journ- al sour. i Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, . CITY HALL PHARMACY, s,l,svnSonK Foxes Wanted Cut Rates ( ' tRcerperalcfl 522 and 524 WestJMarket St. - Live Ked and Grey Foxes. Squirrels. Coons. Minks and Skunks. Send name of your expreea office in first letter. , W.T.HODGES v Xouisville's Biggest and Best Carpet and Rug Store. $ .r - CampbellsvillcKy Box2S2. The Adair. County News and Roth One Year for SL50. Courier-Journ- al pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire., but be sure to send your subscription order J! Com to this paper HOT to the courier Journal. i ?, '! . - ., i w THE ADAIR COUNTY NEffS them not only in vetoes, but in aiUiUiUiUiUUUUUiiUiUUUtnUitiiUiilUlitlUiiiUUlUUUUV! public utterances. O'Rear is anxious for the people of Kentucky to forget all about the record of his party in national af1 fairs, because he knows that he cannot win on such a platform, And we all must economize the election of a Democratic by buying where we can get Congress, and the whole trend of all public thought showing the lowest PRICES an any conclusively that the country is and Everything. turning to the Democratic party for relief from Republican extravagance, and bined Red For Sale: One six year old Bird com- Bad Spells " I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. MoIHp. Naw. nf Walnut. N. C. "At last. I was n, almost and had to give up. We had three AH thp. fimp. . was crpttincr worse. I had bad doctors. -. .....- -, I .. D......D .. spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave cardui a trial, 1 could eat, sleep, ana joke, as wen as anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid for 5 weary years Cardui relieved me, when everything else failed." bed-ridde- fiuunty 1 Mnnni; 13 TUUt I! 151 II i for cattle. horse. Would trad Call on The News. THE I LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 191! 1 Cardui If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. They found it of real value in relieving their aches and pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for use, at once, by you. Try it, today. tor Special Instructions, and Writ fn WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KY. oppression. Lnrltpc A rlvi nrv Hpnt. ge book, " Home Treatment for Women' sent free. Printfannmm Mpriirini Cct ffiMtflnnnM TVnn J 57 "I 1 a 2t , S. S)unbar BUILDING. RING Res. 'Phone 29. Dr. Office 'Phone 40-- 5 2entist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN James Triplet! Dentist. JEFFRIES' 'PHONE NO. 40, 3. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCK1 COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY Si WEEKLY GDURIER-JOUR- NrtL HENRY:WATTERSON, Editor Is a Nacional Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL v Try as he may, Judge O'Rear ! must discuss national questions in this campaign, because the result in November will determine whether Bradley shall succeed himself, or whether Ollie James, a true Democrat, will represent Kentucky in the Senate. If the voters of this State want to be represented in the Senate'3 by a standpat Republican who "j endorses the policies of Presi-- 1 3 dent Taft, who believes in a pro- - "s tective tariff, and whose record j5 as a hungry seeker after patron- - "3 age is a disgrace, they will vote 5 for Judge O'Rear, and the elec-;- 3 tion of a Republican Legislature. The Democrats are going to win this fight, because the voters want a change not only in State, but in national affairs, and the turning out of Willson only pres-sagthe turning out of Taft next year. Judge O'Rear is an artful dodger, but he is seeking votes as a Republican, and he must bear the burben of his Dar- ty in the State and Nation, ivbiAGi. iic vam.o tu ui nut. I 1 The Great Green River Merchandise BRIGHTER, BETTER,; BIGGER THAN EVER Distributor Offers pure Hog Lard 50 lb Tins at $5.50 " Hogless Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 65c ' 241bs 1 bag THEJREGULIR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Second Patent Flour, $5.00 per Bbl. 55c 241bs bag $4.49 per Bbl. I 1, If IS $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR YOU WILL SEND ORDEi I Lard anp Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction. If not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. No charge for what it takes to try. If TO US, YOU CAN GET Wire and Wire Fence bars 38 in. Stardard 25c 10 Bars 47 in Standard 28c " 8 " 32 in, " lgSc 7 bars 26 in 2zlc Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $1.65 Spool of 80 rods. Barbed Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 80 rods. Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent, but we offer at same-pricas made before any advance. 9 es THE ADAIR COUNTY I E ! NEWS AND THE L0U1SV1LEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR es Fertilizers 10-- 2 at 90c for Corn 2-8-4 1-8- at $1.05 corn or tobacco at $1.30 for Tobacco. Write for prices, any analysis you need. Disc Harrows 8 Discs 16 in. 12 10 18 at following Bargain Prices $17.00 10 Discs 16 in. TOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is fcf the best afternoon paper printed TZ anywhere. at " ' $19.50 ' $20.50 8 12 n 1 at 18 Anna, Texas. $18.00 $19.00 $21.50 Other sizes at same proportion I ANO THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS I ! For $1.50 I ? u t snowers nave raiien tor tne past TION RIGHT AWAY A ... T71I? n.'r. Lt i .! uu unev nave a 11 ' Inn lcuae .. your Hill ana ionr. " iew wetJKS. nut HiiMiKr. ' TO THIS PAPER-- not been so light that little good was PiI1 writers from the dead, and ' to The I Miss Sylvia Humphress is very derived Corn ''feller" Louisville Time CC flfl Iniimol Vr UUlUU I completefrom them- - time, was a te1set at Russell Springs week so sick with fever. to the alarm every I. failure this Ualljf UUullu!JUllllldl while II Mr. G. C. Russell is building a uata, wiieax anu cotton are ex- - "c ai1 " up anu write a let- tremely light. I do not expect ter to tne News. I think all of very large barn. Courier-Journ- al, 2 Yr Very Serious Sunday cotton will average more than ' them aie feeling awful sleepy Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hendrick-one-fourIt is a very serious matter to ask bale per acre. Some tnese hot Summer days. Wake son and son, were visiting here for one medicine and have the M We can give you a combination cut has been picked out and sold for UP boys! What is wrong with several days last week wrong one given you. For this i s 4$ or o cents to tne . 11 j. ....o: et your oia stuo pen and,1 jyiiss icuduu we uic jiuu i.i uujriu tw h on Daily or Sunday if you will write n it rate gins. With vuu Emma Robertson spent be careful tc get the genuine all crops almost a failure, Texas vour oJd ink bottle and scratch a Saturday night this paper.with her cousin, few lines from vnnr nlano f Mrs. L. wnilM hp in a carinne nnnAii-irF. Feese. S t ) 452)SSl were not her sister states to lend niSht r now. Tell us how you Mrs. Van Humphress and little Liver Medicine her a helping hand, which of and yur neighbors are getting son, were visiting their uncle B. The reputation cf this c!J, reliacourse will be cordially extended, along. We old Kentuckians ble medicine, fcr coronation, inF. Robertson Thursday. digestion and liver tnuL'j, is firmThe little town of Anna, from scattered all over the United ly established. It docs r. Jt imitate Mr. C. C. Renfro is on the sick other medicines. It is better than which I am writing this article, States, want to hear from you. others, or it would not be the falist. is situated on the H. & T. C. R. That's why we take the paper. vorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. Several from this place attendR., 42 miles north of Dallas, inWakeup before Editor Harris SOLD m TOWN F2 ed the singing at Little Cake last' Co! the center of the great black land loses a dollar, & C. A. belt of Texas. An Interurban Wishing the News continued Sunday. PROPRIETORS- Mrs, Granville Russell visited at Roiey last Friday and Satur- line also connects it with Den- - success, and wiHi haat- Tot, wtawaa kuv vy JOIlCia her sister Mrs- - WmJohnson day. T. Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. ison and Sherman on the North, for Hlp m ni , and with Dallas and Ft. Worth ' Mrs.Audra Dillingham is spend Yours Truly,as. a. bridges four Months Storage Free ch G. BRIDGES on the South. Anna 'is about the W. E' S' R,Ce Was the guest ing a few days with her sister, Mf Alva Bowmer. size of Russell Springs, Ky., and "L uia uuuie' ,ur-- manon Ice oi Mrs. Owen Hendrickson, of Ca . uampbelisville. JUDGE OfREAR AN ARTFUL DODG have no concern for the voters is almost filled with Kentuckians sey county. COLUMBIA DISTRICT, FOURTH of Kentucky, and that the only mostly from Adair, Casey and Miss Bertha Martin was visit- ER. Miss Susie Kate Page spent a ' KUulMU. QliQm inor Miac Annio KjiiaLLf Cn;...J matter they have to settle is who Russell counties. UAbUlUiiy. day of ...& ... ".".n. last week with her cousfn to fill the State offices next NoSay, Mr. Editor, I want you ta Messrs. Howard Russell and of this place. President Taft said in a recent vember. jog up yourlrvin's Store corresAlvin Martin visited Mr. Frank Tompkinsville Sept. 910. Speech that while the Massachus n Mr. W. B. Morns, the Cooley Sunday. The President of the United pondent a little bit, and make Cane Valley Sept 13. to do with btate etts election had produce agent, was here Mr. Matthew Robertson visited States has more courage and him contribute more often. I Gradyville-S- ept sues it was absolutely neces- 1617. look to see if he is in the his sister, at Knifley last Satur- a few day3 ago. sincerity than Judge ry to discuss national ques more Columbia & Tabor, Tabor-Se- pt. list the first thing when. I open day night. Mrs. Haller Bault and Miss and his or O'Rear. He at least stands for tions. Judge O'Kear 2324. the paper, and am always disapi Mrs. M. A. Brdckman and Mr. Annie Robertson, were in Co!umT gans say that national questions his convictions; and proclaims pointed when I don't see him. T. L.Hulse,.P. E. and Mrs. H. B. Robertson visited biaa few days aoTj 1 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Two HorselWalking $15.50 and $16.00 Here comes an old Russell Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 county boy with a few words to EE " Our Cultivators are the best made. All Equipthe dear old home paper. I get :S Sp ped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Bull Tongues. The News regularly each week, Five tooth Cultivators with lever$2.2o and I sure enjoy perusing its :rs "y " Fourteen tooth $3.10 columns. Every issue brings Black Hawk Corn Planters, Check Rowers $34.00 2 horse me news of people I know in the Drills One horse with Fertilizer $11.50 grand old home state. The more " ' plain $9.50 5 I read it, the more I love it. 1 We belong to no retailers combine. We make the Price couia not do without it now. irrs Let every issue come. ARE YOU WITH US. ' Texas is a dry old State this 3 Correspondence Solicited, Satisfaction Guaranteed. year. Water is a scarce article. 2 and is in much demand, few,iM!!Hn!nfnfflfnn!nimf!!!t!mf!! HmitmmmmmnninK j I Editor News: Cultivators fr ' Has the best corps of corre3 pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest mat kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics,-bu- t jr j fair to.everybody. SEND YOUR a E SUBSCRIP 1 1 11 1 l-- i. 1 j nurjnr I ! $2.00 I th ' , .... , I m-- . I I I I -- : i ! dssas I , BUck- taugHT Pickett Tobacco Warehouse ! INDEPENDENT BRIDGES I - I 7 w , - ' well-know- al-wa- ys - N i W ' .- - ir " wc l . "J -" ' N 8 the Adair county news Gradyville. re- We are having plenty of freshing showers every few days. W. L. Sharp and G. E. 'Nell spent a day or so in Louisville last week selling tobacco. J. A.. Diddle was in Columbia last Thursday. J. A. Wilmore started for Lexington last Thursday where he will enter school. Mr. W. L. Winters, our efficient cashier was in Columbia Monday. Mr. J. M.' Campbell, Breeding section, was in our midst last Friday. to mother, rock me to day. " sleep. (B) Its obligation to Foreign Immigration in America, Sandridge filled Rev. W. H. C. j: Q.MONTGOMERY. Rev. Philips will hold a meet- Mother, dear mother, the ytars have . the pulpit' at Union last Sunday been long J. R. WOODRUM ing at our new school house in Since I with a very interesting se rmon. last listened your lullaby song; (c) Its obligation to the world V. G. MONTGOMERY. October. Sing then, and unto my soul it shall Mr. J. A. Diddle and son, J. P. DANIEL seem Mr. J. W. Bennett is in a very Charlie, spent last Sa turday at Womanhood's years have been only a 2 The relation of our County District and State meetings Z. T, WILLIAMS. critical condition. dream. Sulphur Well. SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1:50 full of life. Miss Ann Todd's condition re- Clasped to your heart in a loving em- -' Mrs? W. W. Yates' condition brace, 1 The Bible School its Benefits, Our merchant has a big trade LUTHER YOUNG. mains unfavorable. With your light lashes just sweeping my remains very critical. LESLIE BOTTOM. on watermelons. He will join face, Misses Annie and Dollie BenDr. L. C. Nell returned from the boys and guess on them. 2 Evidence of Pardon, Never hereafter to wake or to weep F. J. BARGER. ., nett spent last Monday night with Rock me to sleep, mother, rock me to Sulphur Well last Monday, after TOBIAS HUFFAKER. sleep. their brother, Mr. Iven Bennett. Vestcr. watering a week at that noted 3 Reports of Chuches "Florence Percy." Mr. Luther Curry has had a place. He is much improved. 4 Reports of Evangalist. Answer to Rock Me to Sleep. Last Wednsday evening, Aug., well put down. He reports plenMesdames J. A. Diddle and 15 Reports of commiltees. 30th, Mr. Hiram Cofer and Miss ty of good water. My child, ah, my child! thou art weary W. L. Winters were on the sick SATURDAY NIGHT 7:30. Malinda Dooley were united in week. Mrs. Allie Smith and children Thy spirit is sad, and dim is the light; list last The needs of the churches in Adair county and How to supply them, marrige. The groom is a very Mon- Thou wouldst call me back from the and Sallie Curry spent last Miss Mildred Walker spent last TOBIAS HUFFAKER.N echoless shore, industrious young man, who has day F. J. BARGER. with Lory Bennett. week visuing in Columbia. To the trials of life, to thy heart as of many friends, and has been in Place of Prayer in conversion, Z. T. WILLIAMS. yore; Mr. Brack Cain sold a milkcow Messrs. Brud and Ray Walker 111., about one year and a half Sermon Sunday morning Thou longest again for my fond loving o'clock. of Nell, were in our town trans- and returned home last Friday. to Miss Florence Bennett. care. Miss Nnnie East was the For my kiss on thy cheek, for mv hand acting business last week. The bride is a very poular young air; guest of Miss Anna Robertson But angels around thee their loving 33 miiuiuuimimuiuiiiiuiuuii luuuuuuuuiuuuuiiumg Mr. P. H. Keltner bought a lady by all who knew her. The S. ' watch keep, span of work mules from ceremony was beautifully pro- Monday night. 3 And angels, my darling will rock thee Z Ray Walker, of Nell, last week. nounced by Rev. John Rice in Mr. Phil Sherrill was at Dela-n- y i: to sleep. Robertson's a few days ago. Backward? Nay. onward, ye swift J. H. Smith bought 9 or, 10, the presence of a large circle of J2 rollinp vparsf Mr. Travis Morton and Miss mule colts last week from prices friends. We extend our conon thy armor, back tears; ranging from $60. to $80. each. gratulations to this very deserv- Zelma Goode were at Ray Wil- Gird not thy trialskeep effortsthy vain Count nor in :3 They'll bring thee the light of thy g liam's one night last week. Mr. W. L, Grady is erecting" ing couple. childhood again. Messrs. Ray Williams and Bud Thou shouldst not weary, my Mr. Warner Shepherd, who a handsome dwelling on his new child, by lot near J. A. Diddles' residence. lives at Farmersburg, Ind. , has Watson bought some hogs of Mr. the way. But watch for the light of that brighter Murrell and Willis, of Columbia, returned home. Burt Bryant last week. The Green River Merclian- day; have the work in charge. Mrs. Mary East and Miss Men- - Not tired of "sowing for others to Mrs. Kate Sutton spent last reap," i dise Distributor, has Received a if" The work on the Methodist Tuesday night with Mrs. J. S. ifne Cheek visited at Mr. Henry For angels, my darling will rock thee Cooley's one day last week. parsonage and Dr. S. Simmons' Dooley. to sleep Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- Tired, my child, of the base, the untrue! zZ residence is progressing nicely. Mr. Raz Sutton, of Lebanon, Rockdell, Va. In the I have tasted the cup they have given ' S ' Mr. Charlie Sparks, the noted spent a week with his parents, of January the 25th you gave in Shoes &c. s to you ;3 answer to a request for the song "Rock I've left the deep sorrow in the living Z says he Mr. and Mrs Charley Sutton. blacksmith of our town Me to Sleep, Mother," only the first green has relinquished all of his claims and second verses. Thinking that the Of :i low, mossy grave by a snvery Which he is offering at Popular prices; Mrs. Sarah Burton and Miss person who wrote the request would on stock that is going South. stream. Dollie Burton were visiting Mrs. like to have the entire poem, I am Bur the dear mother I then sought for ' 25 Mr. Strong Hill one of our not- S. It pleased to send it for publication in vain J. Dooley last Monday. 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. was written by Mrs. Elizabeth Akers Is an angel presence and with me again, ' 3 men, was in partnered business Mr. Hiram Cofer left last Allen, who wrote under the nom de And night' frm the ship with Mr. Sparks on this line "so1' deep" silencel Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar plume of "Florence Percy," who was Monday for III., where le will of stock up to the present. We also the author of many other pathetic Come the bright angels to rock me to Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for ' $625 spend two or three months. and beautiful short poems. "Rock Me cl pan -" had no report from Mr. Hill -I hwe X L !.! !!- zzz oesr Kaiieni riour per ooi to Sleep, Mother," is the most popular 4.75 Rev. Jo Turner preached a very poem she ever wrote. I also send the Nearer thee now than in days that are suppose he has his on hands yet flown, Second Pat. 4.25 sermon at Bear "Answer to Rock Me to Sleep," which Purer the love light encircling thy home; We are glad to note that Mr. I do not know if is equally beautiful. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to J. D. Walker, who has been con- Wallow church last Sunday night Mrs. Allen was the author of the latter Far more enduring the watch for tonight, fined to his room for several days and will preach for us again the or not. give Satisfaction, wire and wire Than ever earth worship away from the rjs Mrs. C. W. Johnson. with a complication of diseases, third Saturday night and Sunday light. fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay Soon the dark shadows will linger no in this month. is considerably better at this time Rock Me to Sleep. you to consult me before buying. more, and it is hoped by his many Mr. Jim Burton and wife were Nor come to thy call from the opening r2 Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers O Time, in door; will be out at an visiting the latters parents, near Backward, turn backward, friends that he your flight-MBut know thou, my child,- that the an- 3? at prices that defy competition and early date. Sano, last Saturday night and me a child again just for gels watch keep, Mother, come back from the echoless And soon, very soon, they'll rock thee that will give You satisfaction. Buy Mr Jim Small, of Mo., in com- Sunday. shore; to sleep. your Fertilizer from me and you will pany with Willie May and Mrs. Take me again to your heart as of yore; Lizzie Thomas and nephew Mr. Kiss from my forehead the furrows of They'll sing thee to sleep with a soothSmiths Chape!. always know what you bought. ing song, care, George May and wife and little Smooth the few silver threads out of And waking, thou'lt be with a heavenly throng; daughter, Ruth, spent a few days my hair; Mrs. Mary Corbin returned Over my slumbers your loving watch And thy life, with its toil, its tears and I Have Full StocK of visiting his brother and family, its pain, keep-Rhome Friday after visiting her Mr. A. T. Sherrill, of our com me to sleep, mother, rock me to Thou wilt then see has not been in vain. daughter at Ozark several days. Thou wilt meet those in bliss whom on sleep. munity. This meeting was quite Bone Fertilizers they are reliable earth thou didst love, Mr. Bob Corbin and wife visit- Backward, flow backward, O tide of the a reunion and all were made And whom thou, hast taught of the And you get you moneys worth. years, "mansions aboye." happy to be together'once more. ed Mr. Josh Montgomery and I tears-T- oil am so weary of toil and of family Tuesday. "Never hereafter to suffer to weep." Write me what vou want. Also, Mr. Sherrill had not seen his siswithout recompense, tears all in The angels, my darling, will rock thee Salt, Lime and Cement. Mr. Jo Moore and family visitvain ter and brother for 29 years. to sleep. Take them and give me my childhood ed Mr. England and family SunI will buy all your crop of wheat and again. FESGE CHEAPER THAN WOOD day. Mr. England has taken the I have grown weary of dust and decay-We- ary French Valley. H2 pay cash for it, am now paying 5c of flinging my soul wealth away; contract of ditching at Portland. We are very glad to report the Weary of sowing for others to reap r2 per bushel more than anyone esle. Mr. Homer Edrington visited Rock me to sleep, mother, rock me to hpfllf-- of Miss Lizzie Petty great sleep. at this Pce Sunday. mEQgigjja ARE YOU WITH ME? jrffi finjpJPCLj'' .fj " p4v"4V'uLv ly improved and she will soon be H Tired of the hollow, the base, the untrue, out again. Mother, O mother, my heart calls for We Sell iron Fence you. Mr. U. T. Selby is overseeing MANUFACTURED BY Many a summer the grass has grown purchased The Stewart Iron Works Company a boundary of timber green, CINCINNATI, OHIO and faded our faces between; Blossomed T af Lucien Moore which he is, f leftmevith a frightful cough and Yet, with strong .yearning", and passion-- 1 j 7 IWhose Fence received tbe Highest VA'mutt,-turning into staves. Gold Medal," World's veryw.eaK, .Load, spells when I could oin Y Fair. St. Louis, 1904. ttfcG ("""(I ' hardly' Breathe or speak for 10 to 20 for your presence again. r rrn roqsu economical lenca.you can f.10 A: Mr. Perkins and wife are minutes. could notlielp jXong 1 buy. Price les3 than a respectable wood ComejEromJ;he silence, so long ana so me, "but I was completely cured by fence. Why not replace your old one T visiting at Richard Stearman. no vr, mux a neat attractive wuxija vjs, , Rock me to sleep, mother, ,rock me to "LA8TAI.IFETIME." W. Rexroat visited her Mrs.J. Over 100 designs oi Iron Fence, Iroa Flowtr GREENSBURG, KY. 'Sleep?-- Nowr Vote, Sotteet, eta, shown In oar catalogues. brother, J. D.'Grider 'Monday . Xjow nteu will surprise xoa, Mpwwwwi j Overvroy heart in thejdays that are ' -- '' JAX AND SES-trMrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet,Ul. : night. ' v flown, . - S. FCutwmF' 50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS.- -' ever has shown; like mother-lov- e vis- No love Mr. Coffey of Georgia; is immmm!iiimninimn!mmmmmmmfi!m(iiffi Columbia, Ky. --- iting his .brother, M. D. Coffey. Born, to the wife of T. F. Hurt August, v28th, a sop. .. J. T. Hale and wife went' to Casey county to see the latters sister, Mrs. F. M. Gilpin, who is very sick. Edward Aaron delivered a very interesting sermon here Saturday night. Mr. J. W. Voils has moved his saw mill to Mrs. Margaret ' farm. ' Mrs. Sallie Hurt sold a fat cow to U. T. Selby and bought a milk cow from Wm. Murphy. J. W. Hale and son were in Columbia Thursday. The school at this place is progressing nicely. Prof, Hale is enjoying a large attendance and with a smile he passes everybody, Per-ryman's Maple Hill. i Mr. Iven "Bennett and wife have just returned from Taylor county where they spent a few days visiting relatives. Of the meeting of the Christian Mr. Bob Corbin and wife, of Church of Adair county which will convene with Highland Park, are visiting rel-Tabernacle Church Friday evening Oct. 27th 1911, 7:30 place. this Come, let your brown hair, just lighted p. m. with gold, Mr. Selden Hatcher is reported Devotional. Fall on your shoulders again s of old; some better. Let it drop over my forehead Purpose of this meeting F. J. BARGER. shading my faint eyes away from the Frank Karnes, who has been '.' Duty of Church tolts preacher P. M. BRYANT. light; confined to his room with typhoid For, with its siinny- - edged shadows once ' V. H.CUNDIFF more, fever is slowly improving. SATURDAY MORNING 9 O'CLOCK. Haply will throng the sweet visions of Mr. J. W. Garnett, wife and yore. Devotional Lovingly, softly, its bright billows 2 Church of Christ. sisters, and J. I. Bennett and v sweep wife attended the Institute Mon- Rock me sleep, (a) Condition of membership TOBIAS HUFFAKER Co-operat- at No other worship abides and endures Faithful, unselfish and patient, like yours; None like a mother can charm away pain From the sick soul and the world-wear- y brain, Slumber's soft calms o'er my heavy lids creep-R- ock me to sleep, mother, rock me to sleep. PROGRAM. ion , 5 ; to-nig- ht, " t, 1 1 ; ' n val-unab- le , Woodson Lewis great just t s 3 Courier-Journ- al j in' j n g ! ""-'- -' I l--- T-- k T- interesting ake - to-nig- 3 3 m ock j a m jfr 3 3 3 3 3 h w j1 I j PNEUMONIA V L My-iloct- 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed. ii - " iV m to-nig- ht j DR;klICi'S WOODSON LEWIS t I- - flicnnvorv j' ;-'- -: -- vIf , S. i r Jfcft-- o .i