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Murreli, One of the this section, died at the home of his Best Known Men in Adair Coundaughter Mrs. Thcs. F. Templeman, at Pratt, Kansas, Tuesday, March 19th, ty, Crosses the Divide. of heart disease following Asthma aged 75 years, llmonths and 2 days. Mr. Royse was born in Adair county, MANY FRIENDS TAKE THE LAST LOOK. Kentucky, April 17th., 1836 and the earlier part ot his life was spent in that Saturday afternoon at 6:30 o'clock section. It was there that he married the earthly pilgrimage o Mr. Jhn N. and lived until about 23 years ago when Murreli peacefully ended at his country he came to Missouri and settled in Carhome, near Columbia. The deceased roll county, where he has since been was the first born of Nathan ard Mar- one of our best citizens. garet Murreli, his whole life being About four years ago, his wife died E have a full line of Men's Low Cuts and spent near this place, and when the fi- and since that time he has made his nal dissolution came he lacked only five home with his children, spending a part Shoes, the Latest Styles the Factory Affords. Also a years old, of the time with a son, at Coalgate, Okdays of being eighty-on- e having been born the 4th of April,183l, lahoma, and with his son, H. S. Royse, full line of Men's and Boys Clothing. A nice line of his death occurring March 30, 1912. . north of Norborne. Several months He Is survived by his only daughter, ago he went to Pratt, Kansas, to spend Ladies Sample Shoes we are selling below wholesale grandchildren the winter with his daughter, Mrs. Mrs C. S. Harris, ten cost. Also a complete line of Misses White Shoes. and a number of relatives, his wife Dollie Templeman He had been away having died about twelve years ago. from the Templeman home for several com-plet- e. You will find our line of Trunks and His passing removed the last member days and returned Monday evening beof his parents family, a sister, Mrs. tween five and six o'clock but Mr. and Our prices are as low as the lowest. All Cal Kate Smith, having died about four Mrs. Templeman were not at home. weeks ago. On their return home about 10 o'clock ico 5c per yd. Call on us when in town, you are The deceased was a man of strong Monday night he was lying on the porch character, and was universally known in an unconscious condition. He was always welcome. as a man who was positive in his dec- carried into the house and put in bed larations. In other words he was not and a physician summoned. However a changeling. He read much in order he was past medical aid and died at six to keep up with the times, and he o'clock Tuesday morning, having been expressed himself on all public ill no more than 12 hours. questions; and a position once taken was He is survived by four sons and one not removed. He stood for what he be- daughter, also by a sister, Mrs. Mary lieved to be right, and was on the side Ann Conover and by a brother, Solomon of the godly in each and every instance. Royse, both of Kentucky. He was a constant reader of the Bible Mr. Royse was a good citizen, a kind and Sacred history, and could quote and indulgent father and a devoted husmuch Scripture. He was a regular at- band. He had many friends here who tendant at church, and closely followed will Team with sincere regret of his the pastor in his discourses able to re- death. The body was brought to Norbone, late the main points at the close of i&fei 3&&&1 Thursday, and taken thence to Antioch each sermon. 'W" When quite a young man he made a Church Cemetery where he was laid to profession of his faith in Christ, united rest to await the resurrection. Nor Home Com- - Death of a who had gone leaving many dry faces; The Aoril Voman's with the Presbyterian Church, remain bone, Mo., paper. n Young Man. Spence Dabney. gone like Jim Smith's cow and calf ing a zealous and useful member until panion. when he bowed his head to cogitate a the end. He lovedvhis Church and he Before Supreme Court. Mr! W. Godfrey Hunter, who was a met his obligations to it. He died a During the early part of the eightes thought and condense an idea, and raisson of former Congressman W. G. find the cow and the calf had ruling Elder, a position he had acceptaKathleen Norri3, who became famous there appeared at Albany, Ky., an old ed it to C. last bly filled for many years. man who seemed to have passed his evaporated spontaneously, and left no as the author of "Mother," begins a Hunter, died in Washington, D. Washington, March 30. (Special to Several years had new serial novel in the April woman's week, a victim of rheumatism of the trace resumable. He lived on the farm where he died the Courier-Journal- .) To represent three score and ten. Though bowed years, and was the State of Kentucky in the argument with the weight of years, he was still a elapsed when Moses like the prodigal Home Companion. It is a love story heart. He was born in Burkesville, his for more than sixty-fiv- e known throughout the surrounding to be made Monday before the Supreme man of striking appearance, and would son, repented and was wending his way laid in California. Other fiction is con- mother before her marriage, being Mis3 country as a high-tone- d gentleman and Court of the United States in the case have attracted attention in a crowd of homeward had been converted, and tributed by Mary Stewart Cutting, Car- Sue Alexander, a sister of Mr. W. F. a very accommodating neighbor, one of the Louisville & Nashville railroad several hundred men. Lanre and well like ,,Uncle Gundy" with a letter from olyn Wells, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and Mr. Horace Alexander. YThe det I. ,.. AAnnAs- "vf years old, and il ceased was thirty-tw- o who will be greatly missed not only by against Siler, in which the constitution- proportioned, with an enormous headi i tne cnurcn, wiieii attuacu ui nnfinrv Hie and Mary Hastings Bradley. "& v Among articles of note in the April he had seen much of the world. When those who were near and dear to him by ality of the McChord act is attacked by that claimed but little blllllUUIJgki nnH nrrlerlv renlied: r "I'll let vou know sir r of I'se got my hgon in black ana wnite. Companion are the following: An auto- quite a young man he often visited at the ties of blood, but by the entire com- the railroad, Attorney General James that around the border. With none So Mose with his religion in hia. pocket biographical chapter by Howard Pyle, this place, and he is remembered by a 1 and little U munity. big Garnettand E. W. Hines.of Louisville, that parents In testimony of the high esteen in arrived in Washington manner. He was mild and modest as a aimed to break the news gently to Bro. the great American artist; an account number of Columbians. His Mr. who was at that time engaged full of personal details of the life of were with him when the end came. which he was held, hundreds of people Hines, who is a special attorney in this maiden not loud or vulgar he possess- Jones, His remains were brought to Louiswinning polite- in another great revival in the wilder- Germany's present Crown Princess assembled at the residence Sunday case, will open the argument for the ed that ville and interred in Cave Hill. Besides service Moses entered who is twenty-fiv- e years old and afternoon to hear Rev. J. R. Crawford, State, and Attorney General Garnett ness devoid of effort or affectation, ness. At night pastor of the Presbyterian Church, pay will close. Col. Henry L. Stone, of like a gray-haire- d drummer we wot of quietly beseating himself in a remote the mother of four children; "Making his parents, he leaves one brother, Mr. tribute, reciting the many noble traits Louisville, is expected to speak for the who passes our way, whose manner corner. After some solemn hymns bad the Most of Moving Pictures," an ac- W. A. Hunter, traveling salesman, who business as makes this place often. of character of this good man. captivates on first sight After the ended Bro. Jones arose, and in the same count of the moving-pictur- e railroad. The deceased was as well known in The case here is an appeal from a de- lapse of many years he had returned to impressive manner read; "As Moses an educational factor; "Getting Rid of as any man who resides in cision of the Federal Court of the the old stamping ground to finish the lifted up the sarpent in the wilderness, the House Fly;" "Good Health a BusiColumbia Convention Next Saturday. town, and a very large circle of towns- Frankfort district in which decision the battle of life where he had begun it even so shall" When Moses was ness Asset," in which the author gives people attended the sad rites. During lower court held against the railroad nearly half a century before. He had standing erect and with tearful face much practical advice, particularly to Next Saturday Republicans of Adair the afternoon of the burial, it would be when the railroad sought an injuction been a journeyman saddler the greater and faltering voice exclaimed; "Bro. women who work in business; and an county in will meet in the court-housa difficult matter to tell the number of to restrain the Kentucky Railroad Com- part of his life had drifted to Cincin- Jones. Dlease don't raise that old snake Easter talk by the pastor of the Broad- Columbia, and will select delegates to person who gave testimony of his Chris- mission from enforcing an order re- nati, where he was one of the first tale no more, then related his wonder- - way Tabernacle in New York City. attend the district convention which tian character and his great worth to ducing the intrastate rates on certain drummers sent out from that city, also ful experience, presented his letter, The regular household, fashion and meets at Corbin on the 9th. At tht filled some minor city office which he was that night received into full fellow- home decoration departments are filled the community. He fought a long and commodities. Corbin convention delegates will be good fight; he finished at the portals, afterwards claimed he filled with much ship and ever afterward maintained with new, interesting facts and sug- - named to attend the State Convention entered in at the straight gate to redignity and very little ability. He had that the snake was the providential gestion. Notice Stock Men. which will meet in the city of Louis-yill- e main for evermore, and to be ready to rented a small room on the South side means of his? conversion. for the purpose ot selecting four Dabney was a very poor man most of welcome those who are to come after of the town, and was running a sadlery We can furnish you matting carpets delegates and four alternates from the Men of Adair and adjoining counties, on a small scale. After hearing "that the time, but it was said that he him. rugs at prices to suit your purse. State at large to attend the Chicago passing brought much general I have this spring, one horse, Red Bird, Spence Dabney was in town, I was would sometimes yield to King Sol- and His Convention. The meeting here next FranR Sinclair. sorrow, and the world was made poorer. Jr., which is a sure enough Red Bird. anxious to see the man of whom 1 had omon's injunction when he. wrote; "Let Saturday, promises to be very interHe is more like his great sire than any heard so much was introduced to fyrni him drink and forget his poverty and Peace to his honorable memory esting. The county is claimed by both known horse He surpasses old Red as Tom Jones, the dentist, and of remember his misery no more," alMrs.fcrahTurpenDead. the Taft and the Roosevelt followers, color and model. I will courseh e had "heared" of me as a skill- though we never heard that he At a meeting of the session of the Bird in size, ' and it all depends upon management in Mrs. Sarah Turpen, who was the wid- organizing the convention. Presbyterian church, held, this the 1st say without fear of being truthfully ful tooth carpenter, and knew that I violated a law of his country by carry contradicted, he is the best model ought to have a spring-seate- d gentle ing a little of this remedy to his inva'id ow of the late John Turpen, died at the day of April, 1912, the following paper horse in Central Kentucky. As to his man's saddle of the kind he was mak- - wife or sick child in a dry territory for home of Mrs Fanny Walker, this city, was adopted. Mr. Harlan Shaw, of this place, has Bailey, Henry ing, and in a persuasive manner gave a Dabnev was a lonelv man. King Sol last Thursday mornjng. She was sixty-foOur brother, John N. Murreli. de pedigree, Messrs. Rufus accepted a position with the Louisville W. lecture on their superior qualities. I omon may have done so as he was a years old and was sick but a short Stove and Tinware Co.. and he is now parted this life at his home near Colum- Hen son, T. T. Tupman and John who know of him, say there had heard and read Dabney's yarns married man and we presume had jaore time, a victim of a rising in her head. bia, Saturday evening, March 30th, Watson, He was in the city last are none better in this country. I can written for the Cincinnati Enquirer by or less(brobably more) sickness in his If we are correctly informed, she was a on the road. 1912. week, contracted with the firm, and back native of Tennessee, but had lived in He came to his grave '"in a full age, refer you to a number of patrons last Senator Bradley, and in the Courier family, but Solomon would be a assigned Adair, Green, Taylor, who said that $100 would not Journal by Savoyard, both of whom number now, not up to the present Columbia for many years. Her hus- was spring like as a shock ff corn cometh in his Casey, Russell, Cumberland, and Mete hundred band died about eight years ago The season," being at the time of his death buy their colts when first on their feet. claimed that Spence Dabney was the date as some twenty-ninis a trustconvinced of finest story teller they had ever known. brief Summers have flown since he remains were interred in the city ceme- calfe counties. Mr. Shaw Come and see him and be eighty-onyears within a few days of worthy gentleman, has plenty of enSolomon McFarland, a truth. He remarked that Tom seemed to be a passed away, and perhaps was never tery Friday morning at 10 o'clock. old. ergy, and we believe he will make the Cane Calley, Ky. favorite name with the Jones families, permitted to behold the face of a good Notwithstanding she lived here many campany who has engaged him a good He had been a member of this church to which I replied that my friend, Billy local optionist or a pious bootlegger. years, sne was personally Known to out from his early youth, and for more man. improving. Winfrey said they named all their boys We believe Dabney died at Albany two few people, as it was a rare occurrence than forty years had served it as one j Tom. He then said the first Tom Jones or three years after this, and thus to see her away from her home. She of the board of elders. He lived n Millinery Millinery. he remembered was an evangelist in oassed out one of the finest humorists had been at Mrs. Walker's but a few faithful, consistent, consecrated Christ Lebanon, Ky.. March, 30 1912. the mountains of Tennessee, where he this county has ever produced weeks, going there when Mr. Forth and ian life, and left behind him an honor-- 1 The Adair County News. I now have on display the nicest line bub in benefit of the many friends was born, who was a great revivalist. thing which many "Uncle" Solomon Turpen removed to of millinery I ever handled. Ladies ed name, and an example of righteous For the the country, living, as a citizen, and a church mem-ber- r of Mr. Arthur Rupe, 1 wish to announce During one of those. meetings at an old which few succeed. every where cordially invited. J. T. Jones, worthy of emulation. In view of through your paper, his improvement. church, in a sparsely settled part called Mrs R. W. Hurt. Mbntpelier, Ky. was his life, so simple in .its modesty, so He stood thw trip from Breeding to the the wilderness, which Bro. Jones Gadberry Ky. Notice pure in its purposes and actions and Hospital at Lebanon well, but had an conducting, a tough citizen called Mose strong in its faith in God, we can con- attrack of Perritonitis afterwards, Brown was attending', and one night Mr. J. B. Coffey, met with a painful A S. H. Lawrence Rouseau, No. fidently say of him, now he has gone which was very much to his disadvan- during the rousements before disAny one desiring hair braided call on accident last Wednesday. He was on tage, yet now am glad to state, he is mission a large black snake was thrown R , will make the present season at my Mrs. J. Z Pickett. Columbia Ky. from us: the hunt of a box in which to plant "Blessed are the dead which die in rapidly recovering, and I truly hope to in at the window, alighting on some barn, on the farm known as the Jordon seed. Stepping into Miller & Miller's the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith send him home soon fully restored to good old sisters who were enjoying an Page farm, near Cane Valley and will was told tbat he could probabrejoicing, causingsomeof serve mares for 310, to insure a living Rev. W. F. Hogard, Presiding Elder store, he Mrs. Mary P. Jones, the spirit, that they may rest from health. ly find one to suit him in the basement'. Nurse in charge- - them to swoon, others cried: "Snakes," colt, money duf when colt' is foaled or of the Columbia Destrict, has perfect- In decending. a step broke, precipitattheir labors; and their works do follow-them.while-al- l made a rush for the door, mare parted with. This is the greatest ed an arrangement whereby Rev S K. ., stairway, which was bared for the occasion. horse sired by old Red Bird For full Breeding will take chaTge of the ing him to the foot of the Resolved, that realizing our own loss Puts End To Bad Habit. bruising his right thigh considerably. ' ' Greensburg circuit The minister who they description and pedigree, see bills. in his death, we tender to his daughter Things never look bright to one with Lights were extinguished, and W. C. Van Hoy. was in charge, Rev.. Williams, had and the other members of his family, 'the blues," Ten to one the trouble is came tumbling over each other through We learn from one of the principals 2l-2- t to give up the work on account of failour sincere sympathy in their bereave a sluggish liver, filling the system with the window. Some thought it a . real that triis has otthe Lindsey-Wilso- n ing health. Rev. Breeding is a ment. bilious nnisnrir that Dr. King's New snake, while others believed it was the very satisfactory year, and that minister, born' and reared-in- . been a more students in school now Reselved. That this testimonial be . Life Pills would expel Try them. Let Satanic Majesty turned loose. .On 'the the Cincinnati Week Eromfthis date Adair county, a sob of the pioneer there are any year m of" the record book the joy of better .feelings end "the tne past, seven .than in spread upon a page Enquirer and Adair County News Methodistpreacher, Rev. James for stomach, liver and following morning the brethren were ly be $135 peryear. weeks before closing of the cession as a memorial of " the de- - blues." Best " up in arms searching for Mose Brown; ' will ' kidneys. 25c. Paull Drug Co. ceased. NOTICE r W, Suitcases Paffeson & Penney, Weil-Know- w m 1 -- r -- -j w self-importa- to-da- y. Ce-cili- e, e, ur e some-attem- pt 27-1- I " r zealous,-entertainin- g r V THE ADAH. JOUNTY NEWS Kentucky News Item. For the purpose of raising funds for new uniform and instruments, the Third Kentucky Regiment band has leased Holland's opera house. . Hopkinsville Madisonville ht farmer, twenty-eigliving in the Pond River country, left town on horseback two evenings ago and has not been seen since. His wife fears he has been murdered. Franklin Senator John H. Durham's announcement of his candidacy as delegate from the Third district to the Democratic National convention has been well received and it is believed he will not have any opposition, Hopkinsville Headed by Col. Willis Willey, a years old, j I ostponed their regular business session and attended the meeting in a body. During the day Mrs. Breckinridge spoke to the students of the Hopkinsville high school and Junior Civic Improvement league at the West Side school. BowHng L$ca! Theology. d" Breeding. Green.The grand jury has returned indictments against the following druggists: T. H. Aull, Sublett & Jenkins, Morris & James, Phil Valenti, J. E. Tyler, P. M. Read E. Hugh Morris and Montgomery & Wil- liamson, proprietors of, the Man sard Hotel, charged with suffering and permitting slot machines to be operated in houses under len?" visiting relatives here left for "Oh, yes, I've heard of that; their control. her home at Nashville, Tenn., but what does that prove?" DrTMary" Walker. last week. , "Did you ever hear of 'em be- Mrs. Myrtie Baker, of Amanda-villWill Wilgus and Capt. Arthur G. Dr. Mary Walker, whose seri- in' cast out of any odder woman, was visiting her father a Chapman, fifty business men of ous illness is reported from New sah?" and the old man 'assumed day of last week. this city have made up a guaranYork, is a prominent citizen of a wise look. We are glad to know that Fitee fund for a chautauqua to be "No, I never did."-America, whose distinction, acheld here the latter part of June. cording "Well, den, sah, de odders has nis Thurman is improving. to the iate "Bill" Nye. Com- Prayer meeting at this place Hickman M. E. Hill has filed is that she is the only prominent sure ot 'em is progressing nicely. suit against the Illinois Central American who was not a poorpamon o railroad for $2,000. He alleges boy. Dr. Walker has attracted! Repels Attack Of Death. Sarah Reece entertained a num that through the negligence of attention chiefly by wearing mas-- ; "Flve years ago two doctors told me ber of her friends on last Friday the railroad company's employes culine attire. Dress reform has l nad only two years to live. ' Tnis last afternoon, it being her birthn startling statement was made by he was thrown from a train in been her hobby. There would Green, Malachite, Col. "They day. Those present were: Misses such a manner that several bones be little difficulty in bringing told me I would die with consumption. Janie Dillon, Ada Barden, Kizzie It was up to me to try the best lung were broken. about such dress reform it were medicine and I began to use Dr. King's and Nina Rupe, Myrtie Janes, Paducah Eight days after the not that "breeches" are less New Discovery. It was well I did, for Elsie Mae Frodge and Master today I am working and believe I owe death of his son, Douglas Over-stree- t, attractive than skirts. The garb my life to this great throat and lung Frank Dillon. She received at Evansville, Ind., John worn by men is not at all pic- cure that has cheated the grave of an- many nice presents and cards D. Overstreet, aged eighty-tw- o turesque. It allows little latitude other victim Its folly to suffer with and the evening was enjoyed by coughs, colds or other throat and lung years, died at Evansville, as the for individual taste, and is not troubles now. Take the cure that's all. result of infirmities and grief especially Bob Williams, of Marrowbone, decorative. A woman safest. Price 30 cents and $1 00. Trial bottle free at Paull Drug Co. over the death of his son. Until who is young and pretty and was here on business a day or st two years ago Mr. Overstreet saucily week. attired in a suit of clothes From Texas. lived in Paducah. such as a man wears, attracts County Clerk Pearce favorable attention because Paris Children are much more likely to she Editor News: contract the contageous diseases 'when Paton has received a check for is a novelty, but if all women Find space in your paper for a they have colds. Whooping cough, $1,133.74 from State Auditor ;were dressed like men tney few lines from a Kentuckian who diptheria, scarlet fever and consumpHenry M. Bosworth to be paid would ,ose 30 much in looks that is now located 7 miles N. E of tion are diseases that are often conto the Bourbon county farmers the onvenience of their clothes Gainesville, a nice little town of tracted wheh the child has a cold. who have had sheep killed by in rainy weather and for 7,000, and two railroads. I have That is why all medical authorities say beware of colds. For the quick cure The pro rata will be about door exercise WQU,d nofc make up been here in Cook county, for of colds you will find nothing better seventy-nin-e cents on each $1 due for the loss That, and not d seven years, Adair county is my than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. will be paid out as soon asjcause skirts are more modest dear old home, for I was born It can always be depended upon and is called for. tjian trousers js tne reason for four miles west of Grady ville and pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Wood English, administrator the failure of Dr. Mary Walker lived there until came to Texas Paull Drug Co. of the estate of James Hansbor-- to popularize "pants." eleven years ago. I was back to ough, colored, obtained a ver- Her life work has been in vain, se'e my dear friends last summer A boy can help clear a vay diet in the Hardin circuit court So will that of an v other woman and sure enjoyed my visit. I meal, sweep the floor, polish the yesterday evening for $1,000 who takes it up. Dr. Walker ordered the News while I was stove or wash the dishes, just as against the Illinois Central rail-- . has won distinction as a physi-roa- d there. I like Texas all O. IC, it effectively as a girl. He as a for the killing of Hansbor-- 1 cian, but few persons have paid is a fine country, we had three rule, is stronger. He will love ough, at McHenry, in August, any attention to her attainments dry years straight along and his home more, and when he be1910. The petition alleged care-- 1 a3 a professional woman. Her it has caused the people to get in comes a man and has a home of lessness and negligence on the trousers have attracted too much hard luck, having to buy so much his own, he will respect his wife part of the railroad company. ' attention. The result is that as feed, corn is 88cts per bushel all the more for having been Nicholasville The Rev. F. W. she approaches the end of her! I own me a little home here of taught to respect his mother and Noland, for many years a mem- life she is best known as a freak. 60 acres, and as dry as it was sisters. ber of the Kentucky Methodist Fad Dr. Mary remained in skirts last year I gathered and sold conference, also a former bank- - she would not have done any bet- - something over .$1100 worth of In the home should be found er of chis city, died this morn- - ter work, but she might have of stuff off my place. There is the most delicate and refined solots of good old boys I would like ciety, as here it is that we reing of heart disease. He leaves been more favorably known. to see in Ky., and shall come ceive our first and most influenfour children, Mrs. T. C. Hollo- - Frankfort News Journal, way, of Lexington. Mrs B. Y. back to Kentucky on a visit soon tial lessons in the great school life. These lessons should Willis and Mrs. E. J. Moseley We have seen little children again. I will close wishing suc- of and S. D. Noland. of Nicholas-- 1 while running at play, or perhaps cess to all of Adair county and partake of perfect honesty, truthfulness, manhood, heroism, on an errand for their parent's, the Editor. W. R. Harper. ville. &efc a au an( bump a head or patriotism and all things that r, i rr L i Pointed Paragraphs. DdKer, a oity t reter central skin a finger, and when they; tend to elevate the human charf iarmer, died at his home near to their parents for aj It's difficult for a man who is acter. Midland after a protracted ill- - would ness. Mr. Baker was a native kind word of comfort they would broke to break into society. The Savannah River at Agusta A woman may pray to get into oi ivicL.ean county, .for manyi say: "Well, next time look where years was a school teacher.and you are going and don't be so heaven but she win fight to get Ga., is at a standstill, and it is believed that the worst is over at a later date he entered the awkward, go long now hush." into society. drug business. He had for the That child will certainly find out It's easier for a man to make there, the damage i estimated last fifteen years lived on his sooner or later that its parents mnnev if he isn't on sneaking at $1,500,000. Disastrous floods are reported from North and, farm in this county. He leaves have no love or sympathy for it, i.terms with his conscience, South Carolina as well as Alababesides his widow, five sons, and will grow up without any kind ' would save people a lot of ma. It , , ,, . Messrs. Sam, A..T. John, Her- feeling toward that parent. But trouoie li tney coum De Dorn on, the other hand let the child bert and Jesse Baker. Press Fowler, a juror, who with their wisdom teeth already come to the parents for advice, Hopkinsville Under the was wounded when the Allen cut. of the Civic Improvement and if kind words are spoken the Talent in the kitchen and a gang shot and killed Judge Mas-sileague Mrs. Desha Breckenridge, child will never forget it, and the Sheriff, and Commonof Lexington, addressed a large will always look with respect on balance in the bank should form a combination for generating do- wealth's. Attorney at Hiseville, public meeting at the Ninth-stree- that parent. Va., Thursday, died, bringing mestic bliss. Christian church, her t the death toll up to five. are hard to theme being "Women's Work in Cutlery importers are charged Some women Kentucky in Relation to the with having defrauded the gov please. They hardly get a wedYou can say goodbye to constipation with" a clear conscience if you use School." She was introduced by ernment. It seems that they ding gown before they seek maChamberlain's Tablets. .Many, bare Mayor C. M. Meacham. The shaved Uncle Samuel and didh' t terial for a dirbrce suit. Chica- been permanently cured by their use. Frsale by Paull Drug Co; ,, members of iihe city council let him know anything about it. go News. ! I The health of this community A negro known as "One-EyeWalling was, and prob- is very good at present. ably is now, a preacher in Mr. A. K. Rupe, who has been Virginia. His ideas of theology in a critical condition for some e werev often time was carried to the hospital 3K and human very original, as the following at Lebanon, this week, and it is X hoped that he will soon recover. anecdote may prove. A gentleman thus accosted the Mr. H. A. Moss and wife, passold preacher on Sunday: ed through here en route for "Walling, I understand you Greensburg. believe every woman has seven Mr. Oscar Demunbrun, of Het-ric- k Sid devils. Now how can you prove in 111., was visiting at Mr. A. that, I'd like to know?" K. Rupe's. last week. 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JOBBINQWORK SOLICITED -- All Kinds , of Machinery Repaired 1HE ADAIR 03UVTY ber of reputable and honorable men who dawn at bottom distrust popular government and when they must it accept it with reluctance and hedge around it with every species of restriction and check and balance so as to make the power of the people as limited and as Ineffective as possible. Mr. Taft fairly defines the issue when he says that our government Is and Opposes President's Attitude on should be a government of all the people by a representative part of the peoPopular Government. ple. This is an excellent and moderate description of an oligarchy. It defines our government as a government of all Df the people by a few of the people. PEOPLE'S VOICE MUST PREVAIL I am not speakiug jokingly nor do I mean to be unkind, for I repeat that many honorable and well meaning men of high character take this view and Cheered For Speech In Opening Active j Quotes' have taken it from the time of the forCampaign For Nomination Taft as Opposed to the Majority. mation of the nation. Essentially this is a strait-jackthat Stands Squarely on His Columbus ' view isto be the constitution used for the control of an (O.) Address. unruly patient the people. Now. hold that this view is not only false, The salient passages In Colonel i but mischievous, that our coi fritutions Roosevelt's forceful campaign speech, are instruments designed to secure jus delivered in Carnegie hall. New York, tice by securing the deliberate but efWednesday evening, are given below: fective expression of the popular will, Trie great fundamental issue now be- that the checks and balances are valuafore the Republican party and before ble as far and only so far as they acour people can be stated briefly. It is, complish that deliberation and that it Are the American people fit to govern Is a warped and unworthy and impropthemselves, to rule themselves, to con- er construction of our form of governof trol themselves? I believe they are. ment to see in it only a means prethwarting the popular will and of My opponents do not I believe in the j right of the people to rule. I believe venting justice. Mr. Taft says that that the majority of the plain people "every class" should have a "voice" in a of the United States will, day in and the government That seems to me very serious misconception of the day out, make fewer mistakes In governing themselves than any smaller American political situation. The reaj class or body of men, no matter what trouble with us is that some classes voice. One of the their training, will make in trying to have had too muchall most important of the lessons to be govern them. I believe again that the taught and to be learned is that a man American people are as a whole capa representative of ble of self control and of learning by should vote not as a a class, but merely as a good citizen, their mistakes. Our opponents pay lip same as loyalty to this doctrine, but they show whose prime interests are the other good citizens. their real beliefs by the way in which those of all Taft's "Disbelief In the People." they champion every device to make Mr. Taft again and again, in quotathe nominal rule of the people a sham. I have scant patience with this talk tions I have given and elsewhere of the tyranny of the majority. When- through his speech, expresses his disever there is tyranny of the majority I belief in the people when they vote at shall protest against it with all my the polls. In one sentence he says that heart and soul. But we are today suf-- the proposition gives "powerful effect fering from the tryanny of the minor- to the momentary impulse of a majorities. It is a small minority that is ity of an electorate and prepares the grabbing our coal deposits, our water ' way for the possible exercise of the powers and our harbor fronts. A small grossest tryranny." Elsewhere- he minority is fattening on the sale of speaks of the "feverish uncertainty" adulterated foods and drugs. It is a and "unstable determination" of laws ' small minority that lies behind monop- by "temporary and chauging majoriolies and trusts. It is a small minority ties." and again he says that the systhat stands behind the present law of tem I propose "would rasult In suspenmaster and servant, the sweatshops sion or application of constitutional to popular and the whole calendar of social and guarantees according injustice. It is a small mi whim," which would destroy "all pos industrial nority that Ss today using our conven- sible consistenry" in constitutional in tion system to defeat the will of a terpretatlon. 1 should much like to of the people in the choice of know the exact distinction that is to delegates to the Chicago convention. be made between what Mr. Taft calls "the fitful impulse of a temporary maNot For Recall Everywhere. to a question such Aly opponents charge that two things jority" when applied as that I raise and any other question. In my program are wrong because they ' my proposal to Intrude into the sanctuary of the judi- Remember that under by popular ciary. The first is the recajl of judges review a rule of decision vote, amending or construing to that and th,e second the review by the peocertainly ple of judicial decisions on certain con- extent the constitution, would take at least two years from the time stitutional questions. I have said again legislature which and again that I do not advocate the of the election of the only four months act. Xow. recall of judges in all states and in all . passed the the nomination The integrity of our elapse between the as president,and fill communities. to election of a man judges, from Marshall to White and years the most important ofHolmes and to Cullen and many others for four land. In one of Mr. Taft's in our own state is n fine page of i fice in the speaks of "the voice of speeches he American history. But I say it sobethe people as coming next to the voice rlydemocracy has a right to approach then, the decision the sanctuary of the courts when n of God." Apparently,the presidency, aftof the people about special interest has corruptly fotiud Is to be Sanctuary there, and this is exuctlj , er four months' deliberation, to the voice of God," as "next what has happened in some of the. treated but if after two jears of sober thought states where the recall of the judges is they women and children .a living issue. Is it not equally plain shall decide that in industry, or men be protected that the question "whether a given so- protected from excessive hours of lahor cial policy Is for the public good is not unhygienic condition', or wage, of a judicial nature, but should be set- - i under compensated when they lose tied by the legislature or in the final workers Um1 in the service of others, life or instance hy the people themselves? then their decision forthwith becomes . The president of the United States, a "whim" and "feverish" and "unstaMr. Taft, devoted most of a recent j of "the grossest speech to criticism of this proposition. ' ble" and an exercise "layiug of the ax to j tyranny" and the He says that it "is utterly without the foot of the tree of freedom." That merit or utility, and instead of being j Is the old, old doctrine which has been in the interest of all the peo-- ! upon for thousands of years pie and of the stability of popular gov-- j acted ernment, is sowing the seeds of coufu- - j abroad and which here in America has been acted upon sometimes openly, slon and tyranny." (By this he, of j sometimes secretly, for forty years by course, means the tyranny of the ma-- 1 many men in public and in private jority that is, the tyranny of the ' life, and I am sorry to say by many American people as a whole.) lie also a doctrine fact says that my proposal (which, as he judges; to create a which has in privibulwark for tended rightly sees, ig merely a proposal to lege, a bulwark unjustly protecting give the people a real instead of only a special interests against the, rights of nominal chance to construe and amend the people as a whole. This doctrine a state constitution with reasonable is to me a dreadful doctrine, for its efrapidity) would make such amendment fect Is, and can only be, to make the and interpretation "depend on the fe- -' courts the shield of privilege against verish, uncertain and unstable deter- popular rights. Naturally, every upmination of successive votes on differ-- ! holder and beneficiary of crooked privent laws by temporary and changing ' ilege loudly applauds the doctrine. It majorities," and that "it lays the ax at is behind the shield of that doctrine the foot of the tree of well ordered that crooked clauses creep into laws, freedom and subjects the guarantees of that men of wealth control legislation. life, liberty and property without rem-- 1 "Just Judges Safe." cdy to the fitful impulse of a tempo-- , Remember I am not discussing the j rary majority of an electorate." This criticism is really less a criti- - j recall of judges although I wish it cism of my proposal than a criticism distinctly understood that the recall is of all popular government. It is j n mere piece of machinery to take the wholly unfounded, unless it Is founded j place of the unworkable impeachment on the belief that the people are fund- - j which Mr. Taft in effect 'defends and amentally untrustworthy. This is the that if the days of Maynard ever came question that I propose to submit to back again in the state of New York the people. How can the prevailing I should favor it. I have no wish to morality or a preponderant opinion be come to it, but our opponents when better and more exactly ascertained they object to all efforts to secure real than by a vote of the people? The justice from the courts are strengthenpeople must know better than the ing the hands of those who demand court what their own morality and the recall. In a great many states their own opinion Is. I ask that you. there has been for many years a real here, you and others Hke you, you the lecall of judges as regards appointpeople, be given the chance to state ments, promotions, reappointments and and this recall was your own views of justice and public not sit meekly by and through the turn of a thumbscrew at morality and have your views announced for you by the end of a long distance rod in the well meaning adherents of outworn hands of great interests. I believe that philosophies, who exalt thp pedantry a just judge would feel far safer in the of formulas above the vital needs of hands of the people than in the hands of those interests. human life. My remedy is not 'the result of a liposition is the position Mr. Taft's held from the beginning brary study of constitutional law. but that has been of our government, although not al- of actual and long continued experiways so openly held, fcy a large num ence in the use of governmental power rv LET PEOPLE RULE, ccept SAYS ROOSEVELT et r ! I - ma-Jori- ty ! j , i i . to redress social and industrial evils. A Again and again earnest workers for i social Justice have said to me that the A 3 81 most serious obstacles that they have &J 3 in PH Vfi St 3 'J. encountered during the many years i that they have been trying to save American women and children from destruction in American industry have been the courts. That is the judgment Breed to of Stock in Kenfuckv for of almost all the social workers I know Money and of dozens of parish priests and clergymen and of every executive and legislator who has been seriously at ' tempting to use government as an agency for social and industrial betterment. What is the result of this sys- torn of judicial nullification? It was accurately stated by the court of ap ' peals of New York in the employers' liabiiity case, whore it was calmly and judicially declared that the people under our republican government are less free to correct the evils that oppress them than are the people of the monarchies of Europe. To any man with vision, to any man with broad and real social sympathies, to any man who believes with all his heart in this great democratic republic of ours, such a condition is intolerable. It is not government by the people, but mere sham government in which the will of the people is constantly defeated. It is out of this experience that my reined has come, and let it be tried in this field. When as the result of years of education and debate a majority of the people have decided upon a remedy for an evil from which they suffer and have chosen a legislature and executive pledged to embody that remedy in law i nnd the law has been finally passed and approved I regard it as monstrous j that a bench of judges shall then say j to the people: "You must begin all over again. First, amend your constitution which will take four years; second, secure the passage of. a new law L which will take two years more; third, carry that new law over the weary course of litigation which will take no human being knows how long; fourth, submit the whole matter over again to the very same judges who have rendered the decision to which you object Then, if your patience holds out and you finally prevail, the will of the majority of the people may have its way." Such a system is not popular government, but a mere mockery of popular government People Will Define "Liberty." The decisions of which we complain This Celebrated young Stallion will make the present season (1912) at our barn at Roley, Ky., for the sum are, as a rule, based upon the constitufor a mare colt, or $10.00 for a horse colt. Rex Paull is registered 2928 in the American Saddle Horse Breeding tional provision that no person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property Association. without due process of law. The terms DESRIPTION: Rex Paul! is 16 hinds high, a dark bay, with fine mane and tail. He is 5 years old and weighs "life, liberty and property" have been 195 pounds. used in the constitutions of the English speaking peoples since Magna Charta. Rev Paull has defeated more Stallions in the Fairs, as a show horse, than any other horse in this part of the Slate. Until within the last sixty years they ' His colts won the blues over the colts of four counties. were treated as having specific meanHis colts cleen months old, 700 pounds, and is 14S hand ings "property" meant tangible prop- - h;gh erty; uoerty meant ireeuom iroui We insure all colts to get up and suck. Lean retained on all colts. AH care taken to prevent accidents, but not re personal restraint, or, in other words. ' sponsible should any occur. from imprisonment in its largest deii- nltion. About 1870 our court began to j attach to these terms new meanings. Now "property" has come to mean every right of value which a person i At the same time and place we will offer the service of Royal Peacock, who is a combined saddle and harness horse, could enjoy, and "liberty" has beeu j' nine years old, a model in form and action. He is the sire of some of the best colts in Adair county. He will be permitmade, to include the right to make con ted to serve mares for S 7.00 This is a rare opportunity to breed to this horse, as you will probably never have another tracts. As n result, when the state limits the hours for which women may chance to breed for this small fee. He was sired by Old Peacock, owned by Thompson Bros., Lebanon, Tenn. His first labor, it is told by the courts that this dam was Capt Harper's blooded mare, by Young Clipper He will stand on the insure plan, the money due when the; law deprives them of their "liberty." colt is foaled or mare parted with, or traded or sold. and when it restricts the manufacture of tobacco in a tenement it Is told that the law deprives the landlord of his Now, 1 do not believe "property." any people, and especially our Will make the present season, (1912) at our stable at Roley at $8.00 to insure a living colt all right. that American people, will long confree BEAUCHAMP is 8 years old, 15i hands high, bjack with mealy points, heavy bone and muscle. Benuchamr? sent that the term "liberty" shall be defined for them by a bench of judges. has proven hirriself to be one of the best mule Jacks in this part of the State, imparting size and style to his gets. His mules Every people has defined that term for were among the best in the county last year, and brought lop prices. itself in the course of its developmr ;it, Beauchamp was sired by Ben McFarland's fine Jack and his dam was a well bred Jennet by John McFarland's 16 Task Is to Strive For Justice. hand Jack. Friends, our task as Americans is to Money due when colt is foaled, mare bred to other stock, traded or removed from neighborhood. All care taken strive for social and industrial justice, achieved through the genuine rule of j to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. the people. This Is our end, our purpose. The methods for achieving the This fine Jack will make the present season at the same place, at $6.00 for a mare colt or $5.00 for a a end are merely expedients to be finally accepted or rejected according as actu- horse colt. Jeff is a coal black with white points, and heavy bone and muscle, This Jack has proven himself to be one of al experience shows that they work of stock before breeding. well or ill. But in our hearts we must the finest breeders in the country. Stock men will do well to see this line have this lofty purpose, and we must strive for it in all earnestness and sinStock will have our personall attention. We will pasture a limited number of mares at $2. per month, or a reason-cerity or our work will come to noth- able price for gram. ing. In order to succeed we need leaders of inspired idealism, leaders to u.ix whom are granted great visions, who '. dream greatly and strive to make their iW'Sl dreams come true; who can kindle the Casey people with the fire from their own burning souls. The leader for the time being, whoever he may be, Is but an the clock. At night a touch on A true marriage js the soul's A Talking Clock. instrument to be used until broken a lever reduces the clock to si- Eden. It is the visiting placeog and then to be cast aside, and if he is worth his salt he will care no more lence. But if one wakes and angels. It is not given to words when he is broken than a soldier cares The newest timepiece which is when he is sent where his life is for wishes to know the time without to express the refinement feit in order that the victory may be shortly to he placed on the marstriking a light, an easily-foun- d pleasure, the delicacy of joy "audi, won. In the long fight for righteousket actually calls out the hours, us is ness the watchword for all of DUtton is Dressed ana tne cicck the abounding fullness of satisspend and bo spent It is of little mat- half hours, and quarters.dayand immediately sta'es the time. The faction that those feel whom God ter whether any one man fails or sucnight, unless shut off, and will speech ceeds, but the cause shall not fair, for film is practically inde- hath joined in a high marriage, it is the cause of mankind. We. here tell you the time to the minute structible and occupies very lit- of spirit. Such a union is thev In America, hold in our hands the hope of the world, the fate of the coming any hour in the night, if you tle space, since, because of its highest school of virtue, the-soul'- s vonrs. nnrl shnme nnd dlsirraeo will be i press a little button at your bedmay be wound upon elasticity, .t ours if in our eyes the light of high convent where the vestal The works of this remarkresolve is dimmed, If we trail in the side a very small roller. fires of purity are kept continualdust the golden hopes of men. If on able clock actuate a stout belt new continent we merely build this ly burning. May only such hap. another country of great but unjustly which runs over a roll connected Glorious News. py unions attend the young men-andivided material prosperity we shall with a sounding box. Upon this Comes from Drv J. T. Curtisa, have done nothing, and we shall do as maidens of our vicinity whetf little if we merely set the greed of envy belt, or rather film, the hours, Dwight, Kan. He writes: "I not only may even now be planmag-fReTragainst the greed of arrogance and by a have cured bad cases of eczema in my thereby destroy the material well be- which have been recorded patients with Electric Bitters, but-alswedding garments. ing of all of us. To turn this govern- phonograph, are impressed by cured myself by them of the same disf ment either Into government by pluease. I feel sure they will benefit any Senator Dixon. Ttnnaavath tocracy or government by a mob would galvanization on a copper plate. case of ecezma." This shows what be to repeat on a larger scale the The mechanism which moves the thousands have proved, that Electric ager, stated yesterday that conlamentable failures of the world that with the Bitters is a most effective blood purifier. tests would be made in all SouthIs dead. Wo stand against all tyran- hands Is connected many. We speaking device, and this with a Its an excellent remedy for eczema, teeny, by the few or by the ter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and run- ern states against Taft delegates, stand for the rule of the many in the which reinforces the ning sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys alleging that the Interest of all of us, for the rule of the funnel conventions' many in a spirit of courage, of com- souncland projects it outward and bowels, expels poisin, helps digeswere called and controlled by mon sense, of high purpose, above all tion, builds up the strength Price 50 fine-gratopening cts. Satisfaction guaranteed by Paull office holders and In a spirit of kindly Justice toward through a were illegal every man and every 'woman. attached to the narrow side of Drug Co. and fraudulent in 1 ra n n I II 1 r &f t-- the best string the Least i , HEX PAULL 0 1 ( ( ( ROYAL JKACOCK , !EAr(1-JAM-l i C WOLFORD BROSJ CreekJKy: of ! d 1 o ed character.. I ' " ,- - l- - " t 4 -- " . r. THE ADAIR COUNT ' " NFWS ...... -- . .......... iTH- E- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday Russell & ( " " ' - BY THE - - lo.n m 7iM. Adair County News Company. Incorporated.) ' - '" - best Turning Plow? HT .it CHAS. S. HARRIS " EDITOR. in-er- Democratic newspaper devoted to the of tbe City of Columbia and the people Adair and ad jacent counties. Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-office x im yf as sec-n- d vSlff "THE VULCAN 1 1 Wire Drs. Hess & WED. .APKIL., 8.1912, Editorial, New York Evening Post March 15, 1912: What is Mr. Taft going to do about the Ray case? The question becomes more pressing with each day's testimony (before the Helm Committee). Yesterday, for instance, a former Paymaster General, C. C. Sniff en, admitted that he had on one occasion "succumbed"to the political influence brought to bear upon him, and sent Major Ray back to Chicago to his party work, contrary to the rules and interest of the seryice. I admit it, he said, "with shame. He described his indignation when Edwards of the Insular Bureau cabled him from Manila asking that Major Ray "be sent back to the United States- for political duty. After he had served only two months of his two years tour in the Phillipines. I had my own opinion, said Gen eral Sniff en, as to the value of an unreliable Army Officers to a Presidential aspirant. Today General Edwards is to testify further as to the reasons why he took from the War De-ptment official records, the property of the United States, and concealed them in his house, and why he feared that Adjutant General 'Ainsworth might use them to injure Mr. Taft, Will Mr. Taft permit General Edwards to retain his office? Will he permit Major Ray to be pro moted? Will he make an example, confess his faults, and stop this Sort of thing once for all? Or yill be conclude that the best thing is to drop the matter so far as Congress will let him. Brig-General 1 What's the Best, Heaviest and Cheapest mi lii! Mil We are showing all Styles and Prices in Madam Grace and American Beau ty Corsets. Come and let us give you a correct and comfortable fit. Pence "The American" m What's the Best Stock and Poultry Tonic? Clark's Remedies. m Call on THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE for all the above articles, together m m m m i 92 with Field Seeds, Fertilizers, Wagons,. Buggies, Farm Implements, Saddles, ness and a General Line of Hardware at the LOWEST PRICES. Har- Ladies Footwear You must see our Stock IlilllllllllilHIlII MQ"Q"fr8"6Q"9"9"Q"Q"Q"9"S mwwwmwwwwmmmmmmm 9 Ladies and Misses Shoes and Oxfords, White Bucks and Canvas, Tans, Black and Brown Velvets, in Button Shoes, Pumps and Ties. Silk Hosiery 25c to $1.00. Lisle and Gauze Hosiery in all the of QiS"QS8Q660"CS"O 0 Prices Sell Goods popular shades. Ladies Dress Goods and Furnishings In this Department our Stock cannot be surpassed, all the Sea sons Novelties are here. You don't have to go to the city to get We will furyour Spring out-fi- t. nish you just as good style goods and save vou monev besides- - 4 Low Prices al (t have.just returned from the Louisville and Cincinnati markets, where I purchased a nice line of goods. In order to convince you that my prices are right I will name you a few specials. will sell you Calicos at 4 and 5c. Dress Gingham as low as 6c, good Bleach Domestic 7 and lie,' Brown Domestic as low as 5c. I have a fine selection of dress goods, also Laces, I 1 ! Embroideries, Yoking, Banding, etc. I have a big line of Shoes and Slippers. I handle the American Gentlman and American Lady, made by Hamilton Brown, St. Louis. They" are as good as money can buy. Also the Penitentiary line, the best Cheap Shoe in Kentucky. n Waldo Shirts, bought direct from the factory, there is I sell the well-know- Embroideries & Laces We have a beautiful assortment Embroideries, of Flouncings, The Taft followers controlled Laces, Embroideried- Shirt Waist and the Indiana State Convention, Patterns, all kinds of Flosses Embroidery Material. which was held at Indianapolis, by a majority of 105. The four delegates selected were instructCut Prices the Chicago coned to vote at We are still making cut prices vention for the President for The Roosevelt forces on all Calicos, Bleach and Brown PowalpC HincT- -' Pnffnne ' "" , held an independent convention, Jl ' wnu fTtlll selected iour ueiegaitss, mU win go to the national convention to I QhSi-finrfC no better made, both work and dress shirts. You will find my stock of Hats large and prices right. X have quite a lot of $2.00 Hats I can sell you for $1.50 while they last, also bargains in cheaper grades. CLOTHING You will find a good stock and prices right. Remember I have the exclusive sale on O'Bryan Overalls, one of the best lines ever made. Don't fail to you. in see-m- y ten cent counters, they will surprise J W. I. INGRAM. 6QQ"S"6"S"9"S&4$4$Mfr$4i V J - contest the rights of the Taft Mens Furnishings delegates. In New York Mr. Taft Our entire Spring Stock is ready had everything his own way. and Out of the ninety delegates he for your inspection. Mens in all the Boys Low Cut Shoes secured eighty-threNeckwear, Lasts. e. 9"8fr48"8&"6"Q"&'Q"9"fr'9"8 ! Fashionable ii-'-t- y - ' Laundriedand Soft Shirts, Silk, Senator Lorimer, of Illinois, Lisle and Cotton Hosiery, Under- -' New Mexico Legislature elect- - Col. Roosevelt stated at St. Wjhy not this kind? A good course Almost a Miracle. could be secured at a nominal expense. One of he most startling changes won out before the investigating wear and everything worn by Man ed two Republican tfnited States Louisville that he would not bolt There ought to be in Columbia and viever seen in any man, according to W. Committee, and he will hold his or 3oy Senators last week Albert B. the national convention if he cinity at least two hundred persons who B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex., was efwould purchase season tickets. This seat in the upper branch of the Fall and Thomas B. Catron. The was not selected as the Republi- would provide a course of four or five fected years ago in his brother. "He had such a dreadful cough," he writes, The Comnational Congress. numbers, consisting of two or three former is a native of Frankfort, can nominee. high class lectures, a strong musical "that all our family thought he was mittee decided that in the formClothim going into consumption, but he began Ky., the latter a native of Cyn- -' Senator Bob Taylor, of Tenn- - number, and an evening with a first to use Dr. King's New Discovery, and er trial tbe Senator was given thiana. Ky., class impersonator, cartoonist or maesse, Known over ine worm as a gician Now, how does a winter course wa3 completely cured by ten bottles. seat, and that he could not his We have the largest; Ntw he is sound and well and weighs suggestsame be tried twice for the of Strictly Tailor From the . tone of the papers writer, of sunshine, is dead. The of entertainments such as here me that U18 pounds. For many years our family stock rapidly, end came in Washington Sun- - ed strike you? It seems to has used this wonderful remedy for this is just the thing. Let us begin Made Clothing ever shown Hon. Champ Clark is Cough3 and Colds." It's quick, safe many believe day. now to plan for such a course next in this part of Kentucky. gaining favor, and reliableand guaranteed. Price 50 cents year. But we must begin now. Come, A favorably report on the bill and $1.00. The line embraces the best and so express themselves, that Additional Local let us hear from you Here is my hand Drug Co. Trial' .bottle ' free at Paull reciproci- to repeal the Canadian and heart in the matter. Will you help Qualities of Serges, Cassi- - he will be the Democrats nomi SALT FOR SALE. in the good cause of giving our people law, exempting section 2, re Baltimore convention meres and Wosteds, mad& nee at the To the Citizens of Columbia and something that is uplifting, and that laung to wuuu puiu cum ymiL pa- to fit you. Don't miss for President. will put us In the class of the progress Vicinity. ) I have an honest 7 bushel harrl calf per; was authorized by the Sen seeing ives in this line as well as in education- trap stock before " which cost only 15 cents more than the al and business affairs in which we rank Hon. Champ Clark is evidently "' "ate Committee last w,eek. buying your Spring Suit. Why hot let uti have a lecture course ' so well. I am interestedin the matter, 51 bushel barrel which you buy elseeaininsr as a Democratic caudi- - next year? It seems to me that we Are you? where. Sam Lewis. There will be something like Presidency. 1 he ought to provide something in the waj j D. H. Ilowerton. date for the s entertainments that would M TOoTTirrafiV Po'nrPflen- - of one hundred more delegates in 1. MMmmnv Alllrt.4iAnnl tiuu Russell's creek was higher here this Jlrs. Lou W. Atkins- - and daughter ' De OUUJ liuuwiuuuai wl 0 Chicago convention than there tatives in Congress are said to be thoroughly elevating in nature. We (Tuesday) morning than ever before aiiss MaoeJ, nave taxeri :rooms at the home of Mrs. M. E. Marcum. were in the last one held. have other forms of entertainment. known. solidly for him. . . ! ' I . I 33-- 3t v irf Russell & Co. high-clas1 i l- - cih-ciciu- w THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 - The debate. I $Q"O"6"Q"fr4M0MQMQMQi OYAL AKWGPCVWDE Absolutely Pre -- SAKES HSME BAKING EASY Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts (la The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar '&&isfe yjt Roosevelt Club. W PERSONAL 5 J a A Roosevelt club of 40 members was Mr. W. B. Patteson spent Sunday at home. Mr. Ewing Stults is at home from Lancaster. Miss Bettie Wade visiten Miss Mabel Hindman last week. Mr. W. R. Lyon, Campbellsville, was here last Thursday. Mr. Ores Hamilton is visiting relatives in Metcalfe county. Mr. Geo. E. Wilson, was quite sick a few days of last week. Mr. Ed Staples returned from New Mexico last Saturday night. Judge H. C. Baker spent a few days at the Cumberland circuit court. Mrs. M. D. . Baker, who was quite sick last week, has greatly improved. Mr. C. C. Phillips, of Lebanon, was here Monday with the view of buying mules, Mr. J. H. Wormack and J. L. Hale, of Russell Springs were here a few days ago. Miss Elizabeth Drake, who has been confined to her room for ten days, is improving. Mr. Rollin Hurt was at Jamestown on professional business last Thursday and Friday. Dr S. N. Hancock returned home Sunday. Left for Greensburg Monday afternoon. Rev. C. R. Dean, who is in business at New Albany, Ind., is visiting his family here. Mr. Hiram Conover left here Friday morning for Freeport, 111., where he expects to remain several months. Mrs. Lou Miller, who has been in delicate health for several months, has not been doing so well during the past two weeks. Messrs R. S. Scudder andH. E. Gann, of McKinney, Ky., were here last week with the view of buying some good horses. Mr. H. P. Cravens, ofJoppa, this county, left for Paxton, Illinois, Friday morning where he has been employed for the Spring and Summer. airs. D. H. Howerton and son, George Russell, returned Tuesday evening from Russellville and Bowling Green, where they visited relatives. organized at the Court-hous- e in Columbia on last Saturday night March .'50, Judge Junius nancock was elected chairman and G. P. Smythe Secretary. A number of enthusiastic speeches were mad 2 by citizens present, after which the following resolutions were adopted: "Whereas, The members of the Columbia Roosevelt Club, being honest and fearless Republicans, having the welfare of the country, the common people and the Republican Party at heart, and being unwilling to be controlled and dictated to by the professional politicians and ofilce holders: Be it Resolved, "That we hereby pledge ourselves to support Ex- - President Roosevelt in his heroic and courageous fight for the people against the officeholders who, backed by malefactors of great wealth, and aided by the profession politicians are attempting by force, fraud and corruption to force upon the people the renomination of President Toft. "We deplore the hard times and business depression through which the country has gone during the present administration and especially do we de plore the hard lot that has fallen to the working man and those depending upon him. "We condemn as a fraud and a farce the so called New York Primary, where only one of every twenty Republicans had the privilege of voting. The result of it is not the will of the people. "We condemn the present administration for its flagant and unwarranted use of Federal Patronge for political purposes, and condemn the office holders for their attempt to renominate Taft over the wishes of the people. "We point with pride to the peaceful and prosperous administration of Theodore Roosevelt from 1901 to 1908, and long for that great friend of the people to return to power. The people want Roosevelt, the country needs Roosevelt and the Republican party must nominate Roosevelt or meet defeat in November. "We call on all true Republicans of Adair County, who cannot be bossed controlled by the town Politicians, and who wants to return to Roosevelt and better times, to come to the convention at Columbia, next Saturday and vote for Roosevelt. "That a copy of these resolutions be published in the Adair County News." The Frogge Literary Society and the Columbia Debating Society of the Lindsey-Wilso- n had their annual debate on Saturday night, Feb. 23rd. There was the usual intensity of interest and excitement among the students, each society and its sympathizers being pure of an easy victory over its opponents The subject for debate was"Resolved: ' That it would be better for the United States to prohibit immigration entirely than to deal with it in the present way." Chas. Diddle and Clarence Strange, representatives of the Frogge Society, had the a ffirmative. Dick Weldon and J. W. Nelson, representatives of the Columbia Debating Society, had the negative. These young men all did great credit to themselves and to their respective societies by their speeches, fighting each point to the last ditch with a lull determination to win or fall with their faces to the enemy. As each speaker closed he was vociferously cheered by his partisans, and had the audience been permitted to decide the question it would have been divided half and half. The judges, only being three in number, were able to come to a decision, two in favor of the negative and one for the affirmative. Before the arrival of the speakers the two societies from opposite sides of the house whiled away the time by cheering, singing and guying each other. After the speakers had taken their seats and Prof. Neilson had assumed his place as .chairman for the evening, the audience stood and was led in prayer by Prof. Paul Moss. Immediately following that Miss Cary Rosenfield played a piano solo. Then came the debate in regular order. While the judges were out making their decision a beautiful quartette "In the Shadow of the Carolina Hills" was given by Misses Milliken and Crockett and Messrs. Catron and Hill Also Miss Loretta Dunbar gave a very interesting reading, "Come Here." After this the decision was rendered and many hearts made glad but an equal number were saddened. The judges were: Messrs. Horace Jeffries, Paul Smythe and Prof. J. D. good-natured 72.50 Bu ggies $ 44$44$444 4 37 In order to make room for other grades of Buggies we are offering our regular $72.50, strictly high grade work, at $60.00. We are also making the same reduction on the"! same grade buggies with rubber tires. These are rare bargains for any one contemplating purchasing a buggy this spring. Investigate. 4 Reed Hardware Company. fr ft'8"8'S"8"8"6"5"g"8"g"g Ad 5 S"9"9"9"8S$$$$$$ Lady ? Astra Entertains. Farris. The Danger After Grip. n Lies often in a system. Weakness, nervousness, lack of appetite, energy and ambition, with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease. The greatest need then is Electric Bitters, the glorious tonic, blood purifier and regulator of stomach, liver and kidneys Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves, build up the system and restore to health and good spirits after an attack of Grip If suffering, try them. Only r0 cents. Said and perfect satisfaction guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. run-dow- Jacks For Sale. I have three jacks for sale, one ten years old, 14 3 high; one five years old, 14 hands high; one four years old, 15 hands high. ' The two first have proven to be grand breeders. Will sell at a bargain. S. A. Hatcher. Greensburg and Columbia road, five miles from the latter place. Mrs. G. W. Staples' millinery store was visited by, many ladies last Wednesday. There were many handsome hats on exhibition, the display being exceedingly attractive. The spring styles are very much liked by the ladies of Columbia, and if next Sunday, which will be Easter, is a bright day, many will be seen at churches. The members of the Ad Astra society Lindsey i Wilson entertained the members of the Philomothies society on Friday evening March 29. It was a very formal affair and very beautifully carried out. The guests were met at the door by little mad, Miss Mary Fleming Neilson, who received their cards. They were then conducted to! the receiving line, at the head of which stood Miss Ollie Crockett, president of the society, who in her turn presented them to the guest of honor, Miss Alice Walker, and so on to all who stood in the line. After every old acquaintance had met every other old acquaintance, the guests scattered out over the room to engage in a book contest, which consisted in guessing the names of books from certain pictures. The contest resulted in a tie between Miss Regina Russell and Miss Milliken, but Miss Russell got the shortest straw and was awarded the prize. Miss Walker was then presented with a guest prize, which consisted of a little rabbit and a nest of little Easter eggs. This was followed by the refreshments, which it is unnecessary to say were highly en joj; ed by all. After this, was a mus'c contest in which the contestants were to guess the names of several pieces of music, by hearing a small part played. A number tied in this contest, but Miss Elsie Coy was the lucky one in the casting of lots, and received the prize. The sitting room was beautifully decorated in purple and green, the old Astra colors, and the room for refresh' ments was decorated in yellow and white, the colors of the Philomothies society In the center of the sitting room was placed a booth prettily arranged, for the serving of frappe. The guests were given violets and daffodils for souvenirs. Every body spent a very enjoyable evening, and another landmark of the happiness of ones school days was left in theminds of all. of New Moddels in American Corsets Sold by V. L. WALKER. wnmm I M Wi vi? r ill Nat Brown. h This fine combined saddle and stallion will make the present season Mrs. James Garnett and her little at my stable li miles south of Milltown son, James, arrived from Frankfort at $10 to insure a Jiving colt He is a the middle of last week. It will be grand son of old Nat Brown and out of several weeks before the return trip is an English draft mare. He is unexcell' made. ed in disposition, being, so kind and Mr. D. C. Hopper and Mr. Herschel ' gentle that any lady or child can ride Dunbar, lumber dealers of Russell ' or drive him with perfect safety If county, were here Friday, on their re- -' you want to breed to the best don't turn from a business trip to Campbells- fail to see this horse. At the same place I will stand Jack ville. Chinn, one of the best known Jacks in Dr. John N. Murre.l arrived from Adair county. Fee $6.00 Elida, New Mexico, last Friday mornJ. C. Browning. ing. He is here for the purpose of 22-practicing his profession. His family stopped over in Louisville, but wilL Entertained Saturday. reach here in a few days. 6t Fire and Accident InNotice. surance Companies, and have been assigned this teriitory. If I will sit each day from March the you need Insurance, either Acci15th, 1912, until May 1st, 1912, at dent or Fire, write me, Sparksville, Kv., to receive claims CHARLIE MULLINIX, against the estate of Thomas England, assigned. Rife, Ky. harness C. C. Roe, Assignee of Thomas Engfirst-class Monday was county court and many representative farmers were in town. Fire and Accident There were several mule buyers here and a number of mules changed Insurance. hands, prices ruling high. Sam of Lebanon, who has been trading in this market for some time, was I am the Local Agent for two quite Bur-dett- e, successful in buying. land. 20-- 4t . Why He Was Lgte. G. P. SMYTHE Mrs. Drake, of Bowling Green, mother, of Miss Elizabeth Drake; who is a teacher in the Public Schools, reached Columbia last Friday morning. The latter has been quite sick, but recovered sufficiently to accompany her mother home. Mens, boys and Children's Spring for suits noW ready to deliver to you for FIRE INSURANCE just a little ready cash. ' KM should b3 an hour late getting home to Frank Sinclair. and supper." down the throat of a "srapey '"I know, but I asked him how he was chicken destroys tha worn REAL ESTATE The base-ba- ll season will open here feeling, and he insisted on telling me and saves the chick's life. A few drops la the drtnilnsr wate? next Saturday afternoon, Campbells- about his stomach trouble." ville against Columbia. If it should be "Did you tell him to take ChamberCURES and a fair afternoon a great many people lain's Tables? PREVENTS GAPES will witness the contest. The game "Sure, that is what he needs." Sold white diarrhoea, roup, cholera You will look a good while before you will be called at the Lindsey-Wilso- n and other chick diseases. by Paull Drug Co, find a better medicine for coughs and grounds colds than Chamberlain's Cough RemeOne Bottle of dy. It nofonly gives relies it cures Golden Seal. Several new pupils entered the Lindsey-Try it when you have a cough or cole1, r. Wilson last week, among the and you are certain to be pleased Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Fred Rainwater, who is here If you have any Golden Seal, (el-lo- the prompt cure which it will with Misses Elliott, Milliken and McGav-oc- k effect. Every poultry raiser should ieep a bottlo of Root) for sale, or expect to collect ati the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. in due time for Field Day exercises this medicine on band. Write for free sample For sale by Paull Drug Co. and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address will be announced for early in the wild roots during" the season, write Hindman at dinner in honor of the I4th which MUMOX REMEDY C 8 LIP ANY, LexJgt. KT me, as I want several hundred thousand 'the month of May. anniversary of their daughter, ,NelI. Sold by for planting purposes. Address J. W. Stock Peas of the va PAULL DRUG CO. O. Box o63, Somerset, Ky. riety for sale. Call on, phone or writ Born, to the wife of H. C. Wolford, Modern Woodmen banquet postponed Sears, P. 21-J. A. EnglisTi, Columbia, Ky. on March 22, 1912, a son. Columbia, Ky. Friday night, April 12th. until "What made you so late?" "ImetSmithson." "Well, that is no reason why you f&bSOP 50c Wk BourbonPouIfryCiire num-ber'M- w whip-poor-w- ill N 5t A.' THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS How to be Certain of Prejudice is a hard thinpc to overcome.-uim iuu nc Dm wnere neaun is ut reliable people opinion of thousands of yours, prejudice then bediffers from comes your menace and you ought to Jay it aside. This is said in the interfrom chronic est of people sufferingworthy of their constipation, and it is attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it before, but do not doubt its merits on that account, or because it has not been blatantly advertised. It has sold very, successfully on word of mouth recom-jnendation. Parents are Riving it to their children today who were jriven it by their parents, and it has been truthfully said that more druggists useany it personally in their families than other laxative. J non-gripi- Fertilizer Wastes. LOCUST - GROVE - STOCK - FARM Curing Constipation Letters recently received from tx. E. Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Hammersmith, 118 W. Chestnut St., Louisville. Ky., are but a few of thousands showing the esteem in winch Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is held. It is mild, not violent, liko gentle, salts or cathartics. It cures gradually and pleasantly so that in time nature again does its own work without outside aid. Constipated people owe it to to use this themselves SDCCiflC Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or ono dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and addresa on a postal card will do. grand bowel The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al uutiiiaauaiiitiiauiiaaiuiiuiuiauutiUiUiuiiiiaiaiiauiai Farm manure always has been and without doubt always will be the principal material used in maintaining the fertility of the soil, but it is an unquestionable fact that the greatest source of loss to American Agriculture to day is in the enormous waste of farm manure. If corn, were worth $1" 05 a bushel, then the average annual valve of the corn crop of the United States for the past ' ten years would be equal to the average value of the total farm ma nure annually produced in this country. This statement is bas ed upon the careful estimate ot the United States Department of Agriculture,placmg the average annual corn crop at nearly 2,500,-- j 000 bushels, and the average value of the manure annually producted at more than $2,500.-000- . PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when 1 could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by 1 OR. KINO'S New Discovery Mrs. AND 50c J. E. Cox, Jolict, 111. SI. 00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. ggggrarj C. D. Stock that will make the Seasoruof 1912 at my Barn. I Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY Lewis The great Green River Mcrckan- - sr irs dise Distributor, has just Received a g H Magnificent stock of New Fall clotk- - S s ing, Skoes &c. rs Which he is offering at Popular prices. 3 is H 50 Suits carried over at one Third - off. -- E E j3 Sugarjl5 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl Second Pat. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to 3 give Satisfaction, wire and wire r2 fence at Lowest Prices. It willjpay 3 5 you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers $6.25 4.75 4.25 55 E 5 5 2 S2 i E: jjE 5 5 at'prices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and youwill always know what you bought. I rE 5jr r Have a Full Stock of 5? 2 2 3 2 Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, c s S 3 3 3 H Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop of wheatand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? f 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1 WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KY. Sired by Red Bird 1956 J955f he by by Gist's Black Hawk. Cabell's Lexington 3234, I 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Special Attnetin to Eye? Cabell's Lexington 55234 By Gist's Black Hawk. 2nd dam by Cald l, Spavin or any surPistulo, well's Denmark, he byjKing Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Uld gical work done at fair prices, i am well fixed to take care of stock. Mcr Nat Brown 81. ey due when work is done or stock G Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 hands high, removed from stables. years old, he has the best of eyes feet and legs, a beautiful head LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. The evidence is sufficient to and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries STREET. 0NBURKSYILLE conclusion, and prac- to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, 'and justify the tical observing farmers will agree the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most that at least one third of the ma- rrnnnor Vnn will nnl-- fmrn hie hroor?inor fViaf he hp5 H. produced is wasted "n 6, nure ffho hag perhaps sired as average American farm. If this manv show, and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces Attoney-At-Lais true, then the total value per) on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen! J Will practice in annum of all commercial ferti to be one of the greatest sire that ever lived. Raven Bird is one ' this and adjoining counties. f e Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent lizers used in the United States Kentucky, Jamstown, : ' breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given , 000) (amounting to about an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his wor-i- s equal to cnlv one tenth of the thy gire gervice fee $1Q 00 to insure a Hving annual waste of farm manure. Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R. This is no argument against the intelligent and profitable use of Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by ' commercial plant foods by those Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam L . who made and save and use dueiits Kj. xow uy jewel utuuuarh. u, uy vva.5imigi.uu ueuaiaitv farm manure to the greatest pos- 3rd dam by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Artist j sible practical extent, but it is a beautiful red chestnut, five years old, 152 hands high. You ' serves only to emphasize the will note from the above that there are few if any better Stallions tremendous loss to the country in Kentucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as good and from the waste that is permitted. as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double hnrsp single har ' hp is a rnmhined tiippIv nf nirrh nP55 nnrl in fact A Uaiiy Prayer. 'class, and nresents a maernificient amoearance anvwhere vou ulace! him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle horsGood Lord, deliver us from the es, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 to in-- 1 man who tells the story that we sure a living colt. were going to tell. From the Marion man who reads the paper to us Marion is a black Jack with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands after we have finished with it. high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. From the people who talk all the He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features time and keep us from talking. of a first-clas- s Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most From those who tell us things excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. we really ought to do to our self. The above described. stock will do service at my barn in Colum HENRY WATTEKSON bia. From. all those, indeed, in giving us any sort of adI am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a dis- Editor. vice but that which pleases us. tance. Mares pastured at S2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. In. all cases money is due and must be paid, when mares are bred to Erom the old snaggle-toothe- d We CanFurnish You stock, traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. woman who has nothing to do other All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be but gossip. Also fron the land- taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but will not be responsible T AcJflJr COUIltV NCWS lord who insists upon oollecting should any occur. the rent; from the gas man, -and (he Columbia, Kentucky. from the piano man, the milk A. S. CHEWNINQ, man, the ice man and the plumbthe recall and President Taft re-- ! Arizona And The Recall. Weekly er; from all those, in fact, who mains in politics there will be no persist in trying to separate us from the money which we have The Legislature better campaign capital in his re. Arizona Courier-Journ- al not, good Lord, deliver us. - cord as a public man than the threatens to reinsert in the conLet a wife and mother love stitution the provision for the e veto of the Arizona admission bill ' Both One Year hom'e and her children, with call of judges to which President puts the experience of Arizona the most absolute answering de- -' Taft objected, and which caused with the recall of judiciary, adopted despite that veto and af- For $1.50 votion, and serve them with the a bill for the admission of ter the State became a State un- -' unselfish fidelity, there are zona to be vetoed by the times when she is dent. der a bill without the provis ion We can also give liberal weary. She knows better than The Courier Journal aptly to which he objected, Frank, combination rate with Dailv s, else the steps and the served a few days ago that fort News Journal. or Sunday Courier Journal. the same things done ville had just witnessed a recall over and over, and the pettiness of the judiciary by the Allen ComWrite Courier-Journ- al his The father returns to the trials that come to the nur "Gang. There was something pany, Louisville, Ky., for sery and kitchen. They are so more than jest in the observa home after a weary day at bus- I RAVEN BIRD he hy Cabe1s Joe Brown Poll-evi- J . Joseph Stone, j j w ! j $75-00- I ,',,,,. Why j i. Not I Read i " The ; j Courier ( Journal? I who-per-s- ist J ' j ; i j re-th- j i i Ari-mo- st Presi-neverthele- ss ! ob-anyo- , ne ' Hills-stitche- j I mmffliiinifflnimnifflimnininnimnnnmmnmmimmr? The Adair County News and Daily Courier-JournBoth one year $4.00 al insignificant that she is ashamed to talk about them, and we fear she sometimes forgets to tell her Savior how hard they press her and so, bearing her cross all alone its weight becomes crushing. tlon. , Cantrill is now the those who have tried to bring Democratic nominee for Congress about his undoing, and we are in the Seventh district, having really glad that he "laid them defeated those of his enemies all in the shade" so nicely. Now who tried every method at their let'his enemies prove themselves command to retire him. We are Democrats worthv the name hv not a great admirer of CorTgress- - COming to his rescue in Novem-ma- n Cantrill, but we deem him ber next and returning him to quite as good timber and a far j ' Congress by an increased Democrat than many of ority. Somerset Times. 1 Campbell -- j ma-bett- er he throws off care; he is joyous , pnr nnp(3l to this paper ssOT to the . fu rtinil(rilk nf he wjjj meet af ter hours of ab.- Courier Journal. syscem. ' sence. His young daughter, in Good housekeeping has more President Taft acted wisely in a pretty gown, with the bloom, to do with domestic happiness . .Nineteen Miles a Second. than young lovers dream of . We vetoing the bill with the recall freshness only girlhood T li Arizona s wears, should be ready to give Without a jar, shock or disturbance, believe these times need womenProvlslon in it. is the awful speed of our earth through whose most beautiful work will Legislature wants to amend the him the attention he loves the space. We wonder at such ease of na there is nothing apown doors. Constitution be done inside their kiss, the cherry word, to help ture's movement, and so do those who parently, to prevent the Legislamother and the rest in let- take Dr. King's New Life Pills. No Without good housekeeping, the doing so, but that will her ture from griping, no distress, just thorough ting her father see how much he work that brings good health and fine romance will soon go out of marnot injure President Taft. And is loved at home. riage. A feelings: 25c. Paull Drug Co. in our opinion, if Arizona adopts The Aliens typified, with exaggeration that merely lent emphasis, the spirit of the mob unrestrained which would oper ate to maKe tne courts menective and ridiculous under the recall iness. mind. latch-ke- y He is tired in body and iree bampie copy oi euiuon Qoming back, as his you desire, but be sure to turns in the home door sen(i y0Ur subscription order . fp i ; A 7- - THE ADAIK muMPY" NE.VS 1 "Cardui Cured Me" For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She I says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors gave me up. I read- - that Cardui had helped so II Ttianv $ if AiiraM anri T faarrin tr foWa it fnfAtti rtia saved my life! Now, I can do anything." , BREED TO THE BEST FOR THE LOUISVILLE TIMES 1911 CARDU I Woman! Tonic If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, or suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, feelings, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow- n or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. after-effec- ts. BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THEJREGULAR1PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR IP YOU WILL SEND 0RDB lor Special Instructions, and Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Medidne Co., Cbattanoora, Tenn., re hook. "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 51 i TO US, YOU CAN GET J The Famous Duke of Adair No. 4660 Res. 'Phone 29. Office I JTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND To Mothers-Rn- d Others. 'Phone 40- -i i I You can use Buckleu's Arnica Salve to cure children of eczema, rashes, tet- ter, chafings,ocaly and crusted humors, as well as their accidental injuries, Dr. James Triplett Dentist. cuts, burns, bruises, etc , with perfect safety. Nothing else heals so quickly. For boils, ulcers, old, running or fever sores or piles it has no equal. 2o cts. at Paull Drug Co. JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 This is a true photo of the Duke, taken one year ago. This fine registered Sadi die and Harness Stallion will make the season of 1912 at my barn, 1 mile north of Montpelier on Russell Creek, at the low sum of $10.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when c6It is foaled or mare traded or sold. All Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. Duke has no equal as a breeder. 6h hands high, dark brown or black, has fine style and action, and a model horse. Duke was sired by old Red Bird 950, he by Cabell's Joe Brown, 1955, by Cabell's Lexington 3234, he by Grits Black Hawk. Red Bird's 1st, dam Liza Griffin, she by Bailey's Dexter, he by Cabell's Lexington. Duke 1st dam Maud Bailey 7862, she by Hubbies on Time, 745 he by Stonewall Jackson 72. 2nd dam Black Kate, she by Red Squirrel 53, he by Black Squirrel 58. is 1 THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE: is truly Duke 6 years old 1 S FOR ONLY $4.50. prin- WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL ECHO V. M. EPPERSON Freak Ads. Found. j THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper ted anywhere. HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National 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 COUKIER--JOURNAL This noted mule Jack will make the season of 1912, at the same place at $5.00 to insure a living Has the best corps of corres colt. Echo has heavy bone and body and good head and ears, and is a fine breeder. AH care will be pondents. taken to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. Montpelier, Kentucky, nice large dog, the county A will eat anything, very fond of hat. Sale-! , J j Covers the Kentucky field per- - i fectly. Covers the general news fielo. For dares pickup that1, ! AND.THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BOTli ONE YEAR For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper 110t to the Courier-Journa- l. completely. ren- Show me him." demanded A newspaper man has made '.Yourself," said the Has the best and fullest the following collection of freaks; For Sale A parlor suite by an Pete. jSheiff, with a flattering smile, reports. in advertising, and shows what old lad' stuffed with hair- ' the misplacing or omission of a Lost A green lady's leather Pete picked up the hat, and a minute later was in handcuffs. word or comma does for a sen- pocketbook. Mr. Roosevelt was much im- - fair to everybod-v- tence. For Sale A cottage by a Wanted A furnished room by gentleman with a bay window. YOUR SUBSCKIP- an old lady with electric lights. Lost Silk umbrella, by a lady expectation that Sheriff Taft can DirHT Tlflftl KlUfll AWAY Wanted room by a young with brass ribs. work any such diplomacy onT.I gentleman with both kinds of For Sale Six Brown Leghorn R. Chicago Journal. hens now laying $1.25 each. gas. j j J r ' i Wanted A room by a young gentleman with double doors. Wanted A man to take care of horses who can speak German. Wanted Saleslady in corsets and Wanted Ladies to sew buttons on the second story of Smite & under-flannels. Absher. ,'Hai The Is Iu The Ring". Watson. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 ELLW00D Misses Eula and Gertie Bault, of Holmes, were at G. C. RusBrown building. you a combination cut We can give sell last Saturday and Sunday. Wanted A dog by a little boy Mrs. H. C. Humphress who is rate on Daily or Sunday if yon will write Miss Ida Grant, who has been I with pointed ears. at her fathers sick, is slowly im- on an extended visit to relatives this paper. Wanted A nice young man to proving. and friends in Little Cake counpool room out of town. run a ' )3)5XS)XSs j Misses Eva Hancock, Lura and try returned home a few days Wanted A boy who can open Nannie Humphress, were visit- ago. oysters with a reference. ing friends and relatives in thia Mr. Richard Humphress, of Wanted Experienced nurse Hovious, was at this place neighborhood last Saturday. for bottled baby. Monday on business. Math Overstreet bought of Wanted An organist and boy Mr. Edgar Rule, of Knifle; JNlliE Henry Turner, Campbellsville, country. INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD , ju 26 to blow the same. span of three year old mules. was nere one day last weeKfon1 This fellow scratched a circle one wanted A room for two young business. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as Jong in the dirt with his toe, took off Price $250. stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights gentlemen about 30 feet long as our Mr. G. C. Russell, mad &&u& his tattered coonskin cap and Mrs. C. M. Bauit and daughter, and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. and 20 feet broad. business trip to Campbellsville nnedropped it inside the circle. Ora May, were visiting the famiS8INCH Wanted A boy to be inside few days ago. 50INCI1 "Fli kill anybody who picks ly of W. S. Bault last Sunday. yww uu U and partly outside the counter. ' Mr. J. B. Russell, of Columbia up the hat, he said. 42IRCH Mathew Overstreet and John Wanted By a respectable girl And he produced a big blue-ste- Humphress, made a business was here a few days ago. 34ich BM her passage, to New York, willrevolver. Mr. R. A. Cooley, was trip to Columbia last Wednesday. 26INCH ing to take care of children and There was an immediate scat- -' Columbia one day last week. Mrs. Ethyl Overstreet, is on a sailor. tering of the crowd. the sick list. Wanted A furnished room by You judge a man not by what he From a safe distance everya lady about 16 feet squire. R. W. Bault, was transacting promises to do, but by what he has body watched the mountaineer iM,&w!tVr&xte&iixMvxtmMM'MiFvntmiu&&riiHAIi '.iz:i1MS.tt 't523 ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) MADE IN SIX HEIGHTS Wanted A cow by an old lady swaying about his hat and brand- business in this part of the sec- done. That is the only true test Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judged tion last week. with crumpled horns. ishing revolver. Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $2.00 ! i WIRE FENCE zled many people. A man who was in Ashland, in the Kentucky mountains, when Mr. Roosevelt made a speech there in 1900, has what he believes is the answer. After the speaking, when Mr. Roosevelt was leaving the grove where the crowd had gathered to hear him, his way was blocked six-foby a youth, who had obviously been partaking freely of the wine of the raw-boned, ot derivation of Theodore Mrs. John Pike, is dangerousRoosevelt's now famous phrase, ly ill with a complication of dis"My hat is in the ring," has puz- eases. W. S. Bault and son, Finis, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Weather-for- d, of Knifley, visited relatives here a few days ago. Miss Annie Robertson, who has been at Knifley for some time returned home last Tuesday. made a business trip to last Wednesday. Camp-bellsvil- le - jlfffl TTTTUnTTTSf ; el ' j k. r Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., a 116 n Fast Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. ' Then the Sheriff walked out to Mrs. Bill Currie and children, by this standard has no superior. PeoFor Sale A farm by an old everywhere speak of it in the high gentleman without outbuildings. him and laid his hand on his and grandmother, Mrs. Nancy ple Irvine, spent Wednesday with est terms of praise., For sale by Paull For Sale A nice mattress by shoulder and said: v' Pete, there's only one man in W. S, Bault. Drug Co. an old lady full of feathers. ' V JY-'r- - ' ' t 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS subject, one day last week, he 2nd Sunday, delivering a fine the remark ' that his wife had sermon. Bro. ' Tarter is ai? exMr. W. W. Yates;of Edmonton, sold on this market, since the cellent preacher, a man with a is in our midst this week. first of January, one hundred great influence and capable of Mr, Clem Keltner was in Col- and twenty dozen eggs, besides doing good. MADE-TO-WEAR umbia, last Wednesday. what they used at home, in adMr. D. Grider bought a two Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the Uncle-Charli-e Yates has been dition to six or eight hens sitting months old jersey calf, of Dock passing years. confined to his room for the past and also a lot of young chickens. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not Barnes, for $12. given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. days, with risings in his ears. Doubtless there are several other few On March, 2nd Mr. Mack families in this section has done J. A. Diddle spent a few days EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. likewise. The produce trade at Clemens had a sale disposing of in Columbia last week. It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There this place is enormous and we all his property. Fe and his The contract for building a is a dirrerence. T.tS?. family went to Indiana, stayed are glad to have it. bridge to span our creek will be over night and returned home. The printed formula appears on every package There are a few things going in a few days. let Mr. Owen McKinley and Miss on in this neighborhood that of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. Mr. Frank Dohoney, one of delicacy Stella Long and Miss Emma your reporter has had a Milltown community best farmers I O ' This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have the Grider visited Miss Pollie Belk, fin their product. of mentioning through and business men, was transactSunday. FOR SALE BY We are only sorry for last ing business in our midst last News. the many readers of the News to Now, as the gentlemen have Friday. know that we live in a communi- expressed themselves in regard Miss Ora Moss, of Columbia, ty where such people exist, but to the compulsory school law, so is spending this week with Mr. doubtless this is true. When will this correspondent. 'Mr. teachers can revolutionize the! and Mrs. C. 0. Moss. society Taylor's views are good and we schools of Ky., by demanding HIBBUCH BROS, & WELLENDORFF people get so low down in The continued rain for the past and so hard up for something to could present him similar scenes and paying qualified teachers, The jeadersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS few days put a stop to our farm- wear, that they have to go and to the ones he mentions on Casey teachers whose voice is the voice will be pleased to heart that our facilities fot handling ers, who were just getting a steal clothes off the clothes line, Creek and near Glenville, if he of preparation and conscience; Floor Coverings of AH Kinds good start towards plowing and and go to the tobacco fields and will but come with us on a tour teachers whose knock at the Have been greatly enhanced. More space is devoted sowing oats. take the canvass off the beds, through Russell, or any other door is a consecrated love; teachcounty. to the practical display of immense stocks of ers who carry the child's life in Judge X. H. Moss, of Columbia, the public ought to know it. comBut first, we believe the com- their own lives; teachers whose Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums called to see us on his return This has been done in this munity. The losers have an idea pulsory law should be for the lives prompt community unity from below here this place, where A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for' where it has gone. The tracks teachers. We do not wish to in- and ideals; teachers who walk the showing of he spent a day or so seeing after of the parties were plainly seen, sinuate on the teaching profes- in the steps of the Lowly Messiah sowing grass. Lace Curtains and Draperies and if this continues in this com- - sion, but simply want to state administering to the wants of Dr. L. C. Nell and Mr. J. F. Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our munitv as it has been for the fact. It seems to us that the man. Pendleton are on the Louisville past week or so, it is very easy judgment day of the scalawag, Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our big live store. market, selling tobacco. Additional Local. to nrocure the services or some who is in the teaching profession Mr. Jacob Nelson, of Greens- - blood hounds and locate the guil- for the draw, for the existence H Bros. & Weilendorff, Kl iubbuch section last ty ones, and then let them abide that it makes possible and for a burg, was in this Nearly all the Fair Associations in Incorporated week receiving staves. Mr. Nel- by the consequences. We hope job rather than for the privelege the State have agreed upon dates and 522 and 524 West Market St. son informed us that first class a thing of this kind will never of service has arrived, and that are making preparations for ths coming meets. The trouble with the ColLouisville, Kentucky. staves were in good demand and occur in this section again. it is the, professional duty of all umbia Association in the past has been, getting to be very scarce. Mrs. Geo. E. Nell is spending progressive teachers, (and there that it waited until about five or six weeks before the date before preparaSparks-villjr Miss Mary Akin, of this week by the bedside of her are many of them in qur splen tions were begun not time enough to is spending this week with mother, Mrs. John Rose, of the did Commonwealth) to join in properly advertise the Fair. the great movement to eliminate relatives at this place. Nell community. It Looks Lihe a Crime the deadheads from the profes Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Nell spent To separate a. boy from a box of Buck We are glad to note that Mr. a few days last week, with rel- S. A. Harper, who has been dan- sion. It is an inspiring work to len's Arnica Salve. His pimples, boils, Wholesale and Retail assist in kindling a fire under the scratches, knocks, sprains and bruises atives, at Milltown. gerously sick for the past two demand it, and its quick relief for burns, Mr. J. W. Keltner is danger- weeks, is improving at this time. feet and digging a professional scalds or cuts is his right. Keep it grave before every sluggard in handy for boys, also girls. Heals evously ill, with double pneumonia. it quick. All Kind; of Plaining Mill Work, 5aih, Doors and Blinds the teaching profession. No in- erything healable and does cents Unless there is a change in his Unequaled tor piles Only 2o at Denmark. dividual has a right to remain in Paull Drug Co. Columbia, Kentucky. condition, he can not last but a u the profession unless he is willfew days. Later he died MonMrs. J. W. Blakey is slowly For Sale. ing to assume the great responday night. improving. sibility of training the youth and The Famous Parry Buggies. Price Messrs. Tolbat Ccomer, C. Little Sam Pierce is very sick to prepare for his chosen work. reasonable J. H. Pelley. Gowen, Zed Akin, William and at this writing. Columbia, Ky. It is hard to think of a crime Albert Brummett, Henry Gaskin Homer Kimbler is dangerously that is higher than a profession"My little son had a very severe Lucien Bardin, of Sparksville, sick at his father's Logan Kimcold. I was recommended to try al dishonesty and indifference week. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and bewere in our midst last bler. that rob the child, our noblest fore a small bottle was finished he. was Keen, one of our Mr. Elmer Mr. Moore Coffey got a nice possession and the future gener- as well as ever," writes Mrs. H, Silks, inDowling Street, Sydney, Australia. merchants, has sold one half mare badly hurt, while plowing ation, of a training he is inher- This remedy is for sale by Paull Drug terest of his store to Mr. G. T. last week. ently entitled to receive. Co. The style of the new Flowers. Behind every great school lies One of our dear friends and & firm is Flowers and Keen. Suc- neighbors, Mrs. Vina Buchanan, a great soul, constructive burnRev. Palmer, State workerfor the League, delivered two cess to them. sweetly fell asleep in, Jesus, on ing personality of a great teach- strong talks here Sundy, and received ' Rev. J. R. Crawford will fill iWed., morning Mch., 20th. She er. . The school will never rise a liberal collection. his regular appointment at Union was a victim of lung trouble and above the teacher, in one sense Be at the Parlor Circle this (Tueson Saturday at 10 o'clock, before had been sick quite a while, She it is what is in the mind of day) night. Extra good lot of reels. JORDAN PEACOCK. the first Sundayin April, and on bore her suffering with great teacher, pupil and layman. It There will also be a splendid show Sunday, at the same hour. Jordan Peacock, No. 1148 will make the present season at fortitude. She had a sweet follows, however, that what is Don't be surprised if you have an at- McKinney, Lincoln Co. I have placed him in the hands of Mr. Mr. William Coomer sold on disposition and was loved by all likely to .appear in the life of the tack of rheumatism this spring. Just Dick Scudder for this season. this market, one day last week, who knew her. She realized her layman and pupil first appears rub the affected parts freely with NOBLE PEACOCK. $33 worth of chickens and left time had come and was perfect- in the life of the teacher. The Chamberlain's Liniment and it will soon disappear. Sold by Paull Drug This fine young Stallion will make the season at my barn in hens. Mr. ly submissive to the Father's teacher is inherently the leader Co afchome eighty-fiv- e Grady vUle, Ky., at the low price of $15 00 to insure a living colt. and Mrs. Coomer certainly know will. She leaves a companion of educational thought in the Mrs. F. G. Willis, of Joppa, has sent Noble Peacock, is of Jordan Peacock, first dam by Artist Jewel, L and two little boys, also many school community, and if he is to this office an extra large hen egg. how to raise chickens. dam by Cronwell Denmark 73, 3rd, dam by Artist 75. This is one loved ones and friends to mourn weak in leadership there is not The shape is perfect, and it measures of the best bred Stallion in Kentucky and i3 a first-clas- s Saddle Mr. Amos Keltner, one of our her loss. Let us all prepare to likely to be a good school in the in circumference 7i inches by 8. always in the money. If horse, has been shown severals times and .? best citizens and merchants, was meet her where there will be no community. The community that You will find a full line of W. T. you want to raise a good colt and one that will bring a good price taken suddenly ill one day last pays a goods salary and demands Rawleigh's remedies, extracts and toilet bred to Noble. j&wceift. with his heart, but we are separation. articles, at the store of Nath Kelsey, a. good teacher pursues a wise near the roller mill. TWO FINE JACKS. tKJB note at this time he is 22 4t Owensby. policy and one that will secure My two fine, Jacks will serve mares for $10.00 for a mare .considered better.' educational results, bo Jong as For rheumatism you will find nothing mule and $8.00 for a horse mule, to insure a mare mith.foair Mr. Debau, traveling salesman, Mr. Mayfield, the friendship, kinship and other better than Chamberlain's Liniment. They are two of the best Jacks that was ever in Adair coungoods man, of Nashville, was calling on our merchant, items that frequently influence Try it and see how quickly it gives redry ty. Last year was the first season for Black Diamond and the lief. 'or sale by Paul Drug Co. Mr. M. L. Owens, and spent the made our town last week. second season for Highway. Their colts sold last fall" from $70.00 the selection of a teacher enter night at the Owensby tavern. R. Crawford received the sad to $125.00. l Mrs. J. Average $91.83. into the organization of a school intelligence of the death of a sister Messrs. John Cook and S. C. Mr. Condd Collins sold a milch rather than a desire to secure Parties that sold some of these mules: Henry Parson 1 for last week. She resided in Lexington, Neat, salesmen of Louisville, cow to Lige Burton for $20. $100 00; P. N. Blades 2 for $250.00; Luther England 1 for $85.00; educational efficiency we shall Iy , as we are informed. were calling on our merchrnts Albert Brummett 1 for $85.00; Robert O. Keltner 1 for $80.00; G. Mr. Conda Collins and wife not have properly taught school. l Be sure and witness the Jast week. M. Hindman 1 for $77.50; Huston Bradshaw 1 for $75.00, and game Saturday afternoon. Campbells-jvill- e have gone to Lebanon, to live. "" The 1 The produce trade in our town interest of the children of . Squire Kemp 1 for $80.00. , 'jjft against Columbia. These are just a few that brought th'ese prices. E measured for the past two months has been Aunt "Nancy McFarland, who a community is infinitely higher . exceedingly good. There are two has been quite" sick isr much im- - than that of any individual, and Court of claims is in session this 46 of Highways colts last fall that wastfrom.3 feet & m; . " & ' It is hpp'eSl 'tbat action "will be 9 in; afTdaysiold, theyyeraged 3 feet 6 in. rJ$6w if jqui.want produce" men that make proved. true patriotism will put the in- .week. looking regular to bettering the road mules that bring tn'e must tnoney you can get themat my stable, taken jthis place each week, and both Mrs. Julan.Long is on the sick terest of the children above that Conditions. if mares or traded and leave MyJacks have the sizeMoney-du- e of the applicant's" iriHividiiaf & tr & ." r gctirom one to tsvo wagon loads. list. Respectfully;"' &V V th'neigbl6rKo6 J .. tQ :i"., t ' MrVmBurdetteT bought" eight .sWhile in conversatibn with Mr W.4. GRADY. mules inthis county last week, paying ti Bro. Tarter filled his regular Wheeler, on the produce appointment at Bethlehem, the ''Those persons who'empldy the from $140 to 1175 per head. D? C: "3"- y" ftif. Hanna's Green Seal "THE PAINT" -- THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE e, Sandusky & Co LUMBER Have Your Rub ber Tires out on by J. W. Coffey. GOFF BROS. COFFFY. Anti-Saloo- n Gradyville Stock Farm. well-kno- wn base-bal- i I s tq.fet x r , '7-- i -- . ' "N