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Reports coming to this Department sued from the office of the Clerk of the j as to the condition of crops on the first Adair Circuit Court on the 10 day of day of June show the condition of wheat The Present Congressman Sweeps the June 1912 for the sum of ($132. 71) Crowd with him in the Joint Deto be 75.4 per cent. This is a decrease One hundred thirty two dollars and Two Women Discovered Dead by of nearly 4 per cent from 79 per cent bate in Boyle County. seventy one cents with interest thereon j Preacher in Country Home. since the first of May. from the 8 day of April 1911 until paid The wheat crop has not come out; as at the rate of 6 per cent and (Danville Messenger) it has sometimes after a severe freezthe further sum of ($11. 40) Eleven ADDICTED Before a large and intelligent audiTO ing during the winter. With an acreage iMORPfflflL dollars and forty cents cost in favor of and a condition of 75.4 ence, Messrs. Harvey Helm, Jerre Sulof 83.8 per cent, L. C. Winfrey Bank per cent, there is not a great prospect livan and Jack Chinn presented their against C.A. Coy.A.D.Coy & J.W.Coy. for a wheat crop in the State this year. claims for the Democratic nomination 1 will on Monday the Somerset, Ky., June. A grew3ome day of July Condition of rye is given as 72.2 per for Congress, at the Danville court- 1912 His find wa3 made by the Rev. J. L. Murat the Court House door in Colcent; the corn acreage as indicated is house Saturday afternoon. Much in- umbia, Ky the same being the first of rell, of Monticello, who had been called 92.6 per cent, or an average crop condi- terest has been awakened in the fight regular term of the Adair County Court to the home of "Sis" Hicks, in wayne tion of corn 81.8 per cent. The great by reason of the prominence of the canat 1 o'clock p. m. or thereabout offer county, to conduct funeral services of amount of rainfall and the flood condi- didates and the fact that both Mr. Sulfor sale to the highest bidder upon a Uncle Marion Denton. When the Rev. tions prevented the sowing of a large livan and Mr. Chinn have been making months the following Mr. Murrell arrived at the home he crop of oats, 79.7 per cent being re- all their fight on the record of Mr. credit of three found Mrs. Hicks and her daughter, described personal property, Hon. Jere A Sullivan, candidate for and by his efforts the high schools were ported, the condition of which is 90.3 Helm. The Boyle county people, while upright piano, to satisfy execution, Florence Hicks, both lying dead on the the Democratic nomination for Cong- founded, and even Judge Sullivan's per cent. Potatoes is one of the most they were aware of the good work Mr. and cost as the property of C. floor of the sitting room. He cajled in ress in this district, is. a man of large strongest opponents, who have seen promising crop3 Kentucky has this year. Helm has done in Congress, were anxi- interest A. Coy, bond with approved security some of the neighbors and an examinabusiness and political experience, and is the results, must admit that his ideas The acreage being 95.3 per cent and ous to hear what his opponents could and bearing interest at 6 per cent from tion showed that both parties had been thoroughly equipped ''to occupy the re- were correct and that his work will the condition 95.3 per cent. The per say against him. After Saturday afterdead for several hours. eventually take Kentucky out of the il- cent of dark tobacco transplanted June noon's oratorical battle, our people date until paid will be required of the sponsible position which he seeks. Strychnine and laudanum were found He was born near Richmond, during literate column. Kentucky was almost the first is 91.4 per cent, indicating rap- were only all the more convinced that purchaser. This June 15 1912. in the room and suicide was the theory. A. D. Patteson S. A. C. the Civil War. While the subject of the last State in the United States to id progress is being made in the plant- the attack on Mr Helm is wholly un However, it was thought by some that 33-this sketch was very young his father establish a normal school. Practically ing of this crop. The Burley section warranted, and the speeches only made Florence, who wa3 about thirty years died leaving a widow and seven chil- from the time he was admitted to the has transplanted only 51.1 per cent of them the more enthusiastic for him. of age, had killed the elder Woman, Russell Circuit Cout. dren in poverty. The mother inspired bar Judge Sullivan has been recognized its crop. The recent dry weather has The Messenger does not desire to belitwho was about fifty-fivand then comthe children early in life with a desire as one of the ablest and most successful prevented the rapid transplanting of tle the claims of either Mr. Sullivan or suicide A number mitted and The June term of the Russell circuit bruises were found on the face and for a good education and all of them re- lawyers, and has been counsel on either tobacco, and the use of "setters" has Mr. Chinn, in fact we would not do so sponded and used every honorable effort one side or the other of every import- been resorted to in order to get the under any circumstances, as their long court opened at Jamestown last Mon- head of the elder woman, and this acand faithful work in the party entitle day. The docket for the term is about tuated the idea of both murder and suto secure the same. Judge Sullivan ant suit at the Madison bar. His prac- crop out. was educated in the common and pri- tice has extended to many other counBoth the pig and lamb crops are them to the highest consideration, but as usual, and it is believed that the icide. vate schools of Richmond until he en ties and into the Federal Court. He short ones, indicating a crop of 88.6 The Messenger is for Mr. Helm because Commonwealth cases, before the court, It is said that both women had been tered the Freshman class of Central I has at all times been recognized as a percent of pigs, and 88.7 per cent of he has been weighed in the balance and will be disposed of by the middle of the addicted to the morphine habit for some University, from which institution he progressive citizen, possessing sound, lambs. The shortage of pigs and lambs cannot be found wanting We believe week. time, and that one of them had been In Judge Carter arrived about 10 o'clock feeble health. Whether it was an conservative judgment, and is one of in a great measure is due to severe win in rewarding a good and faithful sergraduated with the highest honors of conditions. vant, and can not see the wisdom of Monday morning and by the dinner hour agreed double suicide, or whether suhis class. During vacation he usually the most successful business men in ter and unfavorable spring respect. giving up a certainty for an uncertain- the grand jury had been instructed and icide and murder, will never be known, worked as a hand on the adjoining Kentucky. By his own industry, start- Poultry has also suffered in this was at work. ing in poverty, he has amassed a splen- The fruit crop is not a good one. Con- ty. as there were no other members of the farms in order to secure funds with did estate, and upon the removal of J. dition of apples, 70 4 per cent; peaches, There was a very good crowd of family present, the two residing alone. Mr. Sullivan spoke first. lie made a which to purchase books and other nec- Stone Walker from Richmond, Mr. Sul- 61.8 per cent; pears 72 9 per cent; plums good speech, sketching his career from people in town when court convened, Louisville Times. essaries. Shortly after his graduation livan was chosen President of the 81.8 per cent; grapes 82.7 per cent is birth, when he came into the world pen and during the day the merchants, he served as deputy county clerk and State Bank and Trust Company, the reported. Blackberries are said not to niless and, when a mere boy, was and grocerymen did a paying The Danville Advocate in retracting deputy circuit clerk of Madison county largest financial institution in Madison be so plentiful this year. Only 70.2 thrown upon his own resources. By business. some of its "sensational charges" conand at the same time read law under county. Shortly after his admission to per cent average crop reported, with j hard work, he managed to assist rela The business of the court will probabcerning Congressman Helm says it the late T. J. Scott, who subsequently the bar, Judge Sullivan became secre- raspberries but little better, 77.1 per tives and secure for himself a good ly go into the second week. does not want to state anything untrue became circuit Judge and was one of tary to Gov. McCreary during his race cent. education Mr. Sullivan certainly is j or unfair, which of course means that the ablest lawyers and judges in the for Congress. Later upon the election Blue grass is reported as showing a entitled to great commendation for his Committed Suicide. it has stated what is not true and what State. Judge Sullivan completed his of Grover Cleveland he was tendered condition of 103.5 per cent, alfalfa 91 manly struggle in the world, and the is unfair, nevertheless Mr. Sullivan is education in the University of Virginia, the position of first deputy under Col- per cent, and clover 88.4 percent. surmounting, unaided, of many great Mr. J C. Muncie, a prominent law- having these untrue and unfair statewhere he studied law After being ad" lector Bronston, but declined as he pre- Some places report an entire failure of obstacles. His speech was devoted yer of Edmonton.and at one time Com- ments printed in the papers of the dismitted to the bar, he formed a part- ferred to continue his law work. He clover, and others an unusually good principally to thrusts at Mr. Helm, de- monwealth's Attorney in this the 29th trict at his expense. The Advocate nership with Hon. H. B. Herd, who has been elected Chairman of the Dem- crop. The same is true of the fruit claring that Helm's record was a blank. judicial district, committed suicide by has thrown a fit or two concerning Mr. Helm was the next speaker, and shooting in his home town last Satur- some alleged agreement on the part of shortly after located in Ft. Worth, Tex- ocratic county committee of Madison and berry crops. Failure is reported county repeatedly without opposition from soma points in the State, and an when he arose it was shown by the day morning. The particulars have not Mr. Helm not to enter the present race as, where he has made a great success and likewise a member of the Dem- unusally good condition in others. The ovation that ten to one in the audience reached this office. Mr. Muncie was for Congress, stating that it would a lawyer and business man. as ocratic State Executive Committee. southern section of the State, as a rule were for him. He told of his record in about 60 years old, and in very good produce such a pledge signed by Mr. He has also served as a member of va- reports wheat in fairly good condition, Congress, and referred to the fact that circumstances- - He has been in wretch- Helm, in the presence of witnesses, rious State campaign committees. He while the central and northern section the work of the present Democratic ed health for several years, and it is which we said was not true and called drafted the Democratic platform which of the State report an unusally poor house had made the election of a Re- thought here that broading over his on tne Advocate to produce, which it was adopted at the convention in Louis- condition exists. publican President an impossibility. physical condition caused him to take could not do. ville and upon which Governor James Taken as a whole, the report for June He told of his personal work in his own life. The news of his untimely In a nut shell Mr. Sullivan's ettorts-t-o V McCreary and his splendid ticket indicates that it will be impossible for frauds in the war department death and the manner of the endiner. remove Mr. Helm from the race is won such a crowning victory last No- Kentucky to produce an unusally large whereby 511,000,000 of the people's was a shock to Metcalfe county. He convincing evidence that he cannot vember. Then, after Gov. McCreary grain crop even with the most favor- money was being wasted every year. leaves a wife and perhaps several chil- win with the Congressman in it. The had changed an 18,000 defeat to a 31,- - able weather conditions prevailing the "Isn't that in itself enough to show I dren. gentleman 'from Madison wanted to 000 majority, Mr. Sullivan was asked remainder of the season. earned my salary?" He thundered at make the race two years ago, but after by the new Governor to prepare measDepartment of Agriculture, his opponents. He explained that the Eld. Tobias Huffaker will preach at going over the district found that the ures which were to carry out the platwork of his committee in checking this Frankfort, Ky ' Smith's Chapel school house on the 4th Tall Sycamore loomed up in every pre-form pledges. This he did, spending J. W. Newman, $11,000,000 steal had been acted on by Sunday in June, at 10:30 a. m. and at cinct so strong and so formidable that Commissioner the House, and checked by a Republiseveral months in the patriotic work. 3 o'clock p. m. will preach at the j the barrier could not be broken down. Practically all of the pledges were en can Senate, but they would be compellid he then cry out that Helm had Hutchinson school house on same day. I ed to act favorably if a War AppropriaM asreferofr J" acted into law by one of the best legis .1 Bad Accident. On the 5th Sunday he will preach at promised not to run again: Verily he latures Kentucky has ever had. His Mr. Helm called tion bill is passed. did not, but if Mr. Helm made such a church great service to the party actuated A frightful accident which proved attention to his work for the good roads Hebron m. will at 11 o'clock a. m. and promise then was the time to hava en- preach for the' colored at 3 p. hundreds of his admirers in the eighth very serious to Paull Akin, son of Zed bill, whereby the Government will pay forced it And the same is true of the Congressional district to eall upon him Akin, Sparksville, occurred a few days $25. per mile annually for roads used by folks at the Flat Woods Christian present race, as well as all other races church to enter the race for Congress, real- ago. Paull and Clifford, a younger rural and star routs carriers. He also which Mr. Helm has made. It seems izing that he would be a great force at brother, had accompanied their father told of his fight for the farmers free Sandusky that the opposition to Lincoln county's Messrs. John and Frank the national capital and would in the to the woods for a wagon load of list bill, making a saving of $390,000,-00- 0 have purchased s. a nice automobile and son will have to trump up another or language of Jack Johnson, "bring to the farmers; the tobacco bill and Returning, a cow scared the it arrived a few days ago. Other per- - j " any rate a more reasonable charge, home the bacon." X team, the wagon upset, the whole load many other measures, in fact so many sons in Columbia are thinking of pur - for this is puerile. Interior Journal In I88"i Judge Sullivan was nomfalling upon Clifford, but he was not accomplishments that the accusa chasing cars, and it may be that in less inated and elected county attorney of opponents Death of an Excellent Citizen. his became seriously hurt, but Paull was not so tions by j The rain Friday night and Saturday than Madison county without opposition ridiculous. It is them.a year the town will be full of prevented the Baptt3t Sunday School fortunate. His left arm was broken absolutely withAgain in 1S90 he was Mr. W. B. Sublett, who was a most and he will probably be deprived of the well known here that Mr. Helm from holding their picnic Saturday. It party. To excellent out opposition from either citizen, a retired proper use of if for life. Mr. Akin, in has done more to further payment of The fine rains, last Friday afternoon has been arranged to hold it next Wed; ward the end of the last term, he an- farmer, died at Cane 'Valley trying to hold the team, also got con- old war claims than has any represen- and Saturday morning, revived vegeta- nesday afternoon and evening at the nounced that he would not be a candi- last Friday morning. He was SO years siderably hurt. tative the district hajj ever had. He tion in Adair county. In the next few grounds. Be on hand at the referred to his work on the Government days there will be beans and potatoes Fair date for a third term on account of the of age, and had been very successful j 'church at 2 o'clock with your basket growth of his practice which required in life. He was the father of Messrs. A gentleman, who resides in Taylor buildings, and the fact that he quickly in abundance. In the White Oak coun- - j fte& tne occasion, and conveyance all his time. His record as county at- .1. W. and R A. Sublett, who are county, was in Columbia last week. In secured an additional allowance for the try there was more rainfall than here. w;n for be provided to take you out. Ev- torney was progressive in every partic' speaking of the decision of the United handsome structure now standing in ery member of the Sunday School and ular. He helped in the movement to The deceased was a man of honor and had States Circuit Court concerning the Danville. Mr. Helm was cheered to d Durham Bros., Campbellsville, re- - church together with any other the respect of everybody in the neigh- railroad tax of Taylor county, said: the echo, and at conclusion of the extend turnpikes, build bridges and Milltown, last Thursday, a bers of your families have a cordial at the county aloner all lines. Al borhood He lived a religious life from ''The last step has been taken by the speaking was surrounded by citizens of hntm the host sold in that vitatijn to be present. In connection and warmly congratulated. though often requested to become a boyhood and was ready to meet his county and our citizens now realize that with the supper hour the prayer-meCol. Jack Chinn closed the debate in locality this year. Price, 6 cents. candidate, Judge Sullivan declined to God. The News extends its sympathy the bonds will nave to be paid." "A ing service will be held, and there will make another race until 1907, when he to the surviving sons and all other rel short time ago," said he, "the county one of his characteristic speeches. He be no service at the church that night. could have compromised the debt for has a keen sense of humor and can tell wanted, 50 boys to sell novelties in, became a candidate for representative atives. ball games. Be first, Let all come prepared to make it both a fifty or sixty thousand, and as it now a joke in a winning way. He had the Fairs, shows, and of Madison county at the solicitation 10 cents for. terms; pleasant and profitable occasion. Send stands we will have something like audience laughing most of the time. write of hundreds of his fellow Democrats. The P. ' H. Bridgewater farm, near pay. Under the decesion His remarks pertaining to the present postage ect. He was again nominated and elected Cane Valley, Adair county, will be sold $180,000 to W. T. Hodgen, Box 232, fight were in attempted ridicule of Mr. Mr. J. B. Coffey, assistant fire marwithout oDoosition. He went to the by the heirs, at public sale, on a credit we can not collect for county purposes Helm, and he closed by appealing to Campbellsville, Ky. play politics but to of six and twelve months, at the court- - j without collecting for the bonds." legislature not to shal, after having made a thorough inthe farmers to ' send a farmer to Conenacted house door in Columbia, at the August frame, introduce and have Born, at the home of Mr. aud Mrs vestigation reported the recent fire in gress. Card of Thanks j measures that would improve and ad- county court. gWhile the candidates threw the hot H. B. Ingram, and to the wife of Ed this place as accidental. It is his belief vance the State. He introduced a bill About 100 acres in cultivation and one another, the debate was Shively, Saturday night, June 8, 1912, a that the fire originated either in the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sutton and chil- shot into requiring tne inspection oi oiaie uanw , abnt g() fine timber Qood residence gentlemanly throughout. Mr. Helm's son. Mother and baby doing well. bed room or the loft just over it and on a similar basis with national banks, j and othcr buildings. til Aug 1st. dren, wisli to thank their many friends friends are in high feather over the for their kindness and sympathy shown nave resuIted Irom a maIcn ar0V J but the measure tailed to pass unru The work of rocking the public square must outcome of the debate and are all the . mt to them in the loss of their son. up by the last legislature. Altaken Mr. G. R. Reed has purchased of of Jamestown goes on and in a short pea r trom a cigarette, mere was no more sanguine of his success. though not a member of the 1912 legis- Judge T. A. Murrell the time the walking will be good in wet one in the barn at the time the fire was latter's fire Repair Shop. lature, he drew the bill which was insurance business and the former is weather. discovered. adopted. Under this law, a depositor For Sale now in full charge. Mr. Reed is a feels that the State bank is as secure good business.man and is perfectly reI am prepared to do all kinds Some stock cnanged hands at James n Last Saturday morning a of buggy work, painting, etc. , a as a national bank. Judge Sullivan town Monday, the prices ruling high. liable, and we feel sure that he will do traveling man, Mr. T. B. Pemberton. Horse shoeing (50 I have some household and r.ther examining the school census of 1900, a good business for the companies he specialty. goods which I will sell privately Call cents. Spring and road wagons Born, to the wife of Albert Mercer, representing a Louisville firm, died at hlch showed a.remarksble degree of represents. also put, in condition. Workfirst- - and see them. Milltown, June 13, 1912, a daughter. illiteracy in Kentucky, set to work to Bowling Green from complication a o S. N. Hancock. W. H. Eubank.The railroad from all points in the class. improve the educational system of the Mr. Pemberton was well troubles. water street matters so State to the Educational meeting to be State, or rather The Burkesville Fair will open Aug- and favorably known here and a son oL Mr.- Jake Van Hoy, who was hurt in that the people would get advantage of held in Louisville June 25th to 27th inon the L. & N. between ust loth and continue four days. the wreck Mr. S. C. Pemberton, who vi3itshere the immense volume of money that is clusive, will be one fare plus 25 cents The last setting of tobacco lor this Lebanon and Campbellsville some time a.. every year,. The New3 extends" ita being expended annually for the cause for the round trip. This is the lowest season evidently was made last Satur KO.Avas paid four hundred dollars as a Born, to the..wife' of Heck Corbin,' sympathy in this bereavement. K of public education With others, he rate'that can be given, and many ed- ) day and Monday and now. the (trouble compromise for injuries. ' j" "J .'. June 10, 1912, a daughter. t. helped establish two normal chools, ucators should take advantage, of it. I HON. J. A. SULLIVAN. Candidate From June Crop Report. HELM DAY IN DANVILLE Execution Sale. GREWS0ME FIND Brief Sketch of the per-anu- Madison for the Denocratic NominaRecord tion for Congress. is Worthy of Emulation. Rec-Citize- ns 2t e, of-cut- s dry-goo- d, i nearthing I I 'A I bean-stick- I ! j mem-ceive- im-nro- j i I et to-da- y. i af-t"- V well-know- - re-adj- ust - . ' . ."t'VJ.-'Jfc- i aJ r.i - v- - ' I t- - r -- ... SA. K' Twins Joined at Hips Get Along to get away with the goods, to shout "stop thief" and turn the Nicely. A iTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Modern King. f Gift for Business. aKaK3lK During Year w IX pack on some inoffending Holyoke, Mass., June 7. Ap- by- stander. So many things happen over- parently gaming strength each day, the twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Griggs, whose bodies are joined together, are being closely watched in the city hospital. If the Griggs twins live to grow up and the attending physicians say there is no reason why they should not the case will be the second authenticated instance of the kind in history. The Siamese twins, who died in 1874, at the age of sixty-thre- e, were joined by a fleshy ligament at the chest. The The Griggs twins are joined at the hips by a ligament which physicians believe may ossify. The union of the Griggs twins is more pronounced than was that of the Siamese twins. For a few days after the birth of the twins their separation by an operation was . considered. The practical certainty that the operation proposed would result in the death of one of the twins and might prove fatal to both, led to the abandonment of the idea. Aside from the fact that they are joined at the hips, the twins have no more in common thsn any other twins and lead practically independent lives. Thus, one smiles while the other cries or sleeps. One twin is a little larger than the other and eats more than htr sister. m night and so much is variable that is certain that we will not tie ourselves down to a definite expression. We will only register an impression and that is, that Mr. Taft's star shines a little brighter, that Mr. Taft's speed is getting a little speedier, and that there is an unmistakable, but not very noisy, revulsion of feeling in his favor. Isen't it just a bit bold and brassy, for example, for our friend from Nebraska, whose name with wonderful propriety, is Howell, to tell the National Republican Committee that he must take his seat and pass on the contests because he has a mandate from thepeople? His colleagues to be of course, being Is it not a merely singular misconception that for his and his employer's particular benefit all the established rules and customs and precedents shall be disregarded and it shall not be necessary for the committee to pass upon his credentials? For more years past than we care to remember, and through more conventions, it has been regular practice for a convention to organise the Nantiun- al Committee after, and not before; equally, newly designated members they are no more were never admitted until the activities of the convention had reached that point. Tbe new men will take care of the future, their day is not today but to- morrow. We believe we may say with safety that there is no exception to this practice, which and is, besides, common-sensibl- e alike of Democratic and Republican usage. But Mr. Howell, who, of course, is no boss, proposes, nevertheless, to boss 'the committee. The distinction i& man-mad- e. "Frederick, the late King of Denmark, says one of his biographers, "had a fixed place in the affections of his people,be-for- e he came to the throne. He was a fine specimen of manhood, mentally, morally and physically, universally popular." Such modern kings are not so rare as some persons believe. It is the custom of sensational writers to picture all royal famlies as being of defective stock and all male members of royalty as being dissolute. But nowdays princes are trained with a good deal of care and princesses often live simpler lives than American heiresses. There is not much work or room in the world for crowned heads nowadays, and the royal famlies are cannv enough to know that a little "cutting up" goes a long way toward public dissatisfaction. They are anxious to hold on and they make a greater effort than ever before in history t0 make a good imPression- - The result is that not a lew princes are fine, manly and clean men. Frankfort News. Cuba. Willie's father conducts a boat renting business on the Jersey side of the Hudson. "I'll give you a dollar if you'll bail out the boats, Willie," said the father one morning after a 1912 rain. There were 25 boats and Willie wasn't keen. So he was noncommittal. A little later his friend Albert came over. "I'll give you a quarter if you'll bail out the boats," said Willie to Albert. ' "Gee! What d'ye take me for? required Albert as he surveyed the fleet of rowboats. "It's worth 35 cents, anyway." "Well, all right, 35 then," said Willie. 7K k IX ! We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List Mi ix ix Albert got busy and did the bailing, while Willie looked on and, Tom Sawyer-likbossed e, XIX fx IX $ 50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly the job. The work done, Willie collected, paid Albert and pocketed 65 cents. "That boy'll be a business man," remarked the father to Willie's mother later, but not in the boy's hearing. New York Herald. A IX XIX Ix XIX XIX IX Courier Journal One Year d Surprise. For the third time in its very short and checkered history the Republic of Cuba confesses its inability to deal with a domestic crisis, to protect the lives and the property of the alien one of the first duties of a Government, to Murder Mystery. secure respect for the law. And for the third time its godfather, Adairville, Ky., June 10. The ed. under whose tutelage it chafed ' body of Houston Burchett, a I appreciated it more than words and fretted, is compelled to aslaborer, living two can tell ana teel this morning sume a responsibility the limita- miles from this place, was found that my life has not been in vain tions to and duration of which no mirplv worn mv frionrlc decomfn in an advanced stage of man may forecast. position near the store of G. F. and many thanks to the ladies Always on such occasion the Dorris. six miles west of this for the part they took. same old arguments are heard; place. This day will ever be a bright always we are told that this spot in my memory. A preliminary investigation by I also want countrv could administer Cuba to the coroner developed that his thank my Taylor county friejids tvith little difficulty; that the for they certainly know what a been cut; that he throat had proximity of the island renders man needs as he goes over the had left the home of his employ- Rooseveltian. er on Sunday morning with But to return. These and it all but an integral part of this hill of time. about $60 and was seen in com- similar exhibitions are not hav- country; that the problems there Best wishes to all. Bay to be encountered are, whether pany with several persons near ing the effect that Oyster W. VV. Cornelson. financial, or ethnological, or adDott, Ky. His pockets were cut would hope. It may be that the out, evidencing that he was mur- Ohio delegates-at-larg- e were ministrative, by no means of the Roy. same character and magnitude money. The Cor- - chosen by an act of bridandage dered for his oner will continue his investiga-- , we don't know; but we would as, tor example, are presented Mr. Silas M. Roy is very low. and the murderers ask by what kind of an act of by the Phillipines. And, fination Mrs. Martha Leach was visitapprehended. will likely be transfer, purchase or force or llyand this is the clincher we ing at Mr. J. W. Richards Sunpretty promise, instructed Taft are invited to consider the prac- day, her condition remains about Plethoria. delegates, in Alabama, for in- - tical viewpoint; to consult our the same. in- someto Born, to the wife of Jo Stapp, There were Gargantuan feasts stance, are nM3 neglect their rt own interests; to allow Wl a!i Ar aim piuiiip TAV me thing on the score of expediency iui June 9th, a boy. in hhnse davs. we are told: barons &uuuLiun& Colonel? Are. they heroes, after so generously and unselfish- - The wheat crons are looking! of beef and monstrous pasties Or ly living up to a Quixotic under- good gome reafly tocut and sheep roasted whole and side Williams Tells and the like? .asow roocw um ro;Hi mpd are they merely the accidental caKing. uur motives nave Deen this week. praiseworthy-w- ell and a cask full, and flagons of claret, ' beneficiaries of the fact that high and Mr. Lucien Moore started to roll-cagood! Now let us get down to of Alabama is first on the and finished off with jorums Stanford the 5th, with a nice located to lead business. ram; thereafter repletion and and conveniently bunch of cattle. We have no fear that Mr. Taft regurgitation and, sometimes. the advertised stampede? Mr. John Calhoun bought a We repeat that to our unac-- 1 will be tempted to improve his nausea. young horse from Mr. Douglas Something of the same kind, customed and uncritical eye opportunity; we are very certain! Holladayfor$85. if we do not mistake the symp-- ; diagnosing the case pathological- -' that Secretary Knox, so lately a Mrs. Docja Conover and Miss guest ot the Lromez aaministra .. -w w AT fm mniirnllv cnpnUinov ia in- -' lv nnt nnlitfrnllvj wfl.wfl avnin- - w AW M v LUIUl. UlWUlVMiiJ Wfc.l Lillie Webb were visiting in Rus- Hopeful firvr mill aUUlU if lnvollv, nnH onnnnrf ,. , dicated throughout the nation, toms of plethoria. "J "..J C..J,. ""l Hill we rejoice that the 3uncture will fed beyond its capacity on symptoms. Loui.ville Times, It has m by men with a high There is no deal need of anyone being food a la Roosevelt; . be handled highly spiced in- sence of honor and of judicial troubled with constipation. Chamber- it has tickled its palate with Pointed Paragraphs. Iain's Tablets will cause ajnreeable temperament. delicacies provided by an movement of the bowels without any has overloaded its it One may pay too high a price unpleasant effect. Give them a trial. Lots of people stir up strife by For Sale by Panll Drug Co. stomach with the vilest of abuse even for a pearl, and the pearl of armony- Preachin . most clamorous of claims the Antilles would be dearly According to a London professBut a bird in the hand doesn't most barefaced of brag. and the bought at the price of the or the most humane way. to kill ear wu""' everlastingly feed You cannot of the American nation. an oyster is to eat him. But Most fresh people consider on condimentary sensa- a man We cannot afford another Pan- suppose one does not like oysters. expect the last one to themselves the salt of the earth. ama. Louisville Times. jtions and The California surgeon who rehe same effect as the first; you, Lots of unemployed men would find fault than find work, moved his own appendix only cnay not with impunity hit below rather A sprained ankle may as a rule be the belt and appeal to the gods One of the unpardonable pol-f- cured in" from three to four days by ap- proved that some persons will do fair play; and it is the com-- 1 itical sins is the acceptance of a plying Chamberlain's Liniment and ob- anything to escape paying a docserving the directions wity each bottle. tor bill. jaion trick of the welsher, trying small bribe. For sale by Paull Drug Co. i i t i Sunday morning June,the 9th, XIX IX being my 61st birthday, as I was XJX xix feeling a little under the weath- XIX iK XIX er from a fine fox chase Saturday XIX night, a few of my friends be- - XIX JS 3TT to drop in and then they xtx 2an IX came trom Adair, Taylor and Green counties until yard and xtx Ix VJX lot were filled and then came one of the best dinners I ever enjoy XIX Louisville Times and New: Ttx XIX xjy xK $4.50 NtX XfX Mx simple-- minded j FiiAmifthinrf 1 t vijUHiig' a n The Drug Line i At Lowest Cut Rate Prices Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner Laxative Bromo Quinine Singley Laxative Tablets Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets " " " Nyals " A. D. S. " ' Rexal Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion " Cod Liver Oil Nyals Wine Rexal Emulsion " ! " Per Box M Bottle 42-850-1- 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 3c 00 to-da- y ! ; 100 89c 50c A. D. S. 83c 83c 1.00 j ri-..-- t 1 Y 4"Vl Vinol Write us for Quotations CJJY HALL PHARMACY, Sixth & Jefferson LOUISVILLE, KY j ll j j I ! : j . 0. G. HARDWlCt. Pres. J. H. COCKE, Y. Pres. R. H. D1CTZMAN. Sec j j W. T. Pyne Mill AS upply Co. ESTABLISHED 1361 INCORPORATED 1839 . fcJf- -' w . j -- J j 1 t DEALERS IN j ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. 1301 N. ex-Pres- ident; j GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS THIRTeeNTff-MftlLOUISVILLE i SMOKESTACK Sheet Iron and Tank Work -- a'annye self-resDe- ct AJiW.'Cl H?K or JOBBING WORK. SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - IHE ADAIR GOUNTY. NEWS The Daily but the gift of Louisville And The Times News Adair County through Jesus Christ our Lordj" As Cuba is even further away Elkton, Ky. from New York and New England than Georgia, they might Rowes X Roads. be expected to show some sympathy for the " I went to Cumberland county last week to preach the funeral of comrade Harry Myers, and to n. USE AND REMEDY. be at the decoration. We had a good time and a great dinner. Uncertainty of the immediate There were only six of the old "uture is looked upon by many men boys present and they will soon n atTairs, as a blockade to enteral se and business prosperity, and be no more on earth. iris blockade is now quite apparent Here is the names of those that ' 'iroughout the channels of trade. The Presidential Election; the were present: : Torts of Congress with no fixed Thcmas Hadley, G. 3rd., Ky., .jurpose; Organized Labor as a new "down-trodden.-- God is eternal life is even a little more inconsistent. offered when, in 1831, Belgium the other day with nine cultured The News one Tear and The Times from Xow until the 30th of November For Only Two Dollars. The Price of The Daily Times is $4.50 per Year. Bv subscribing with us at this -- time you get it nearly six months for SI. 00. Send in your subscription for both papers at once. i information, etc., with the exclusion be seen that what reallv exists is COMMISSIONER'S SALE. of all matters of scandal and imhighly specialized elecorate. morality, is today the Cleanest a adair rrnniiiT coiirt cekly family Journal obtainable, j Not one man one vote, as the Claudia Simpson &c Plffs Each issue is alone worth the price Notice Socialists demand, but, roughly Birdie Walker &c Bits. ) 01 a. year's subscription. a will Solicitors for subscriptions make speaking 1,500,000 voters withj Pursuant to judgment in above styled a handsome profit and increase the o mn nftft votes. In Other words case rendered at May term, 1911', I will on Monday, July 1st 1912. at the court good influence of The Enquirer in house door m Columbia, Kentucky, to industry, the minority rules. the uplift of morality and highest and best bidder, on a credit of .. welfare and for the betterment and I he combination six months. sell six tracts of lands, all community. For terms write of the 1 Devotion Thomas Selby. to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. Was badly beaten at the polls, of which are situated in Adair county,. 2 Song Service J. V. Dudley and refuses to accept the verdict. ? Leatherwood creek- - near e!, K VIZI Times will youandB. a. Coffey. The Union S Strength. With a grim and ominous per- - One tract containing UUi acres known 3 Teachers Training Class of sistence it voices its protest in M the Leftwich land and a W. S. Knight. timbered land containing '291 acres, . acts ot angry violence; it refuses owned by the heirs of S. R. "Walker, j 4th Purpose of the Sunday More even than Itlay Belgium to g0 backto work until its rights deceased; also two tracts'of 'lands, one Scho1 Roberfc AntIe containing IOO acres more or less, and might have been called Until re-'woe unto you, how can you dis-- 1 Society, Its Evils. e granted , and b ifs acfci 5th-Ju- nior Kin- - centtimeSageographicalexpres::itaddsto Class Charles please God so? the ferment that nett. sion in spite of the fact that just kissinLr and seethin- through all i,ton and heirs of s- - R- - Wa,ker de". Woe unto you society people! 6What would be the best as there were Italians in Caesar's sect;on, of thp jw,.;.,! world. ce,ased' and both to be sold as 0Retract: BY MISS FLOYD WYATT. , . Also a store house and lot, and a ... . that are church members for ye pan to induce men tQ gQ tQ Slm , day, so likewise mere was a ual- - And the Government, at its wits dwelling house and lot, at Nell; one Woe unto you society people enter not into the trtie service of day SchooL Lee Lawless. l and lia Belgica. that are church members for you God but enter into the society"! ends.meeting f violence with c"tainine acrf 19 poles,Pole3t ai?d the 1 acre jointly other 7 The adult Bible class and all the week and dynasty apart, however, .violenae, discovers when too late owne(1 by Leroy H Walker and heirs of . As a run with Satan Woe unto you so- - now to teach jt. Eldridge Mont- hall instead! there has been a King of the that its troops are wavering and S. R. Walker, deceased. Oil Sunday stand in the congreciety people that are church gomery. Belgians little more than eighty that employers openly encourage Bond Tith aPProved fretles ref "r.ed gations and sing "Am I a Soldier Bir- for purchase price. ye continue in sin members for 8 Train Christian workers C, years, a King moreover, always employes. ' of the Cross?" and on Monday die Walker, William Walker and iTob- and idleness while the world is m Dpnn begin to work with Satan again! of exceptional ability, acumen 1"" if the critical condition . perishing because of thy neglect! 9 Home department Luther and industry although, in one purely local Belgium might he not to be paid, but remains a lien upen Woe unto you society people Woe unto you society people JVilliams. notable instance, something of left to worry through, the rest ? aid lands beari"g' interest until said. that are church members for you 10 Definite decision for Christ an international scapegrace. Be - ;ofthe world looking on. But. heed not the commandment of that are church members for you VZ L. Piercy. neglect the worship of God and fore that Belgium had been at unfortunately, Holland and Bel- - pointed. Reference to judgment o the Lord saying, "If any man James McKinley. more E" continue in sin and set a bad ex- various times an appanage of gium possesses more elements of rde,r bok sid urt defile the temple of God him shall description ot said lands Thomas Hadley. Spam, an adjunct to the Nether-(potentidanger to European' w. a. Coffey, Master Commissioner God destroy for the temple of ample for the younger generation Committee. Adair Circuit Court. iuijuw : lands, a land divided and abonepeace than even the Balkans.. God is holy which temple ye lu ot contention generally, uver. jThe King a new and untried! are!', woe unio you society ueoDie rnlp rnmmi.cinn9r. J .JU1W. , Northern Inconsistency. IUIIIIIIIJJIVIII.I whelmingly Catholic, more so, .man may abdicate; a republic; that are church members and Woe unto you society people probably, than any country in;maybe proclaimed; remember-- : that are church members for ye also mothers having daughters! The Courier-Journcalls upon Europe, it has, like its northern ing the national motto: Union ADA1R circuit COURT KENTUL'KY- only breaking God's heed not the exhortation that ye You are not the shades of the abolitionists to neighbors, the national sense in 'is strength," singularlv like. 'J;?.-- Young, Plaintiff, "Present your bodies a living law but also setting a bad ex- ' witness the attitude of the North Nellie & Larance Curry, Deit. ) a dominating degree, while its ' Kentucky's, it may reach out a By virtue of a Judgment and Onfcr ample before them. sacrifice holy and acceptable unas to the negro who wants his thrift, enterprise and artistry hand to Holland; and then Ger- - o Sale of Adair circuit Court- - rencr- which is your reasonto tho Lord Woe unto you society people rights in Cuba and to compare ed at the 3Iay Term, thereof, 1912 ia are approacned only by the many hungers for Luxemburg the above cause.for the sum of one able service!" that are church members for it with their attitude during the when again it resembles and the Dutch colonies and coast, dred and thirteen dol. 2S cent3. with Woe unto you society people you heed not the yawning pit of troublesome days of Keconstruc-Sata- n in an all but complete abstention and France would like to round thc intefst a'the "'5 p? day annum the yourselves but drag others tion. that are chuich members for you out her frontiers as in the past. until from emigration. costs :md $33.G0 paid, heed not the exhortation which after you! neyer known The North has Geographically considered Bel- What is "immediately likely. mo" , is "Abhor that which is evil; Woe unto you society people, much about the problems of the gium, except in its eastern forest however, i3 a compromise, the umbia Ky., to the highest bidder, as. cleave to that which is good!" that are church members for you South, and has never shown the section, is practically a continu- - abolition of plural voting for ex- - Public Auction, on Monday the 1st day Woe unto you society people that heed not our Father's pleading jewel of consistency. of July 1912, at one o'clock p. m., or? When ation of the Low Countries, ample or the placing of all thereabout (being County Court) ujon. are church members for ye heed voice: "My son give me thine Northerners are at home and traversed by canals as they are, schools on an equal footing, King a credit six months the following, not the commandment saying, heart!" see little of the negro race they a dense population.! Albert'. English and French 'Let every soul be subject to the regard Southerners as very bad X7ro ,,v-- Tmfn vnn cnniofv nonrlo people, who habitually walk half again as large as that of (friends will not willingly see him! Ky., on Green River containing w acres,,v. ww. KK.v. higher powers; for there is no great- - provoke an international crisis. more or less, and fully described by that are church members for you aoout on the necks of their Canada within an area not power but of God!" meets and bounds in the Judgment and Iy in excess of that of Massachu- Louiaville Times, order of sale, to which, reference is " But let a setts, and supporting it well. Woe unto you society people heed not the Savior's command: brown brothers. made. ' ,, For the purchase- price, ihe purchase that are church members for ye "Enter ye in at the strait gate; Northern housekeeper or emplny- - With France it has something A Dog Dinner. er with approved surety or securities' er try it a while in the South more than a sympathetic affinity; for wide is the gate and broad is heed not the saying, must execute Band, bearing legal in- -' see what she, or he, has to in France are domiciled near hand is upon them that do good; the way that leadeth to destruc-ian- d terest from day of sale until paid, ac! g say about the South- starving pocr were having the force and effect of a JudgBut the wrath of God is against tion." half a million Belgians, the rest While the erners wno it.taKe entirely too of the outside world holding suffering within easy reach, if ment. Bidders will be prepared. to comply promptly with these terms. then that do evil!" Woe unto you society people much" off of the colored domestW. A. Coffev Master Commissioner.. fashion-manprobably less than a tenth as not at their doors, the Woe unto you society peop le that are church members for ye ics and farm factory hands, Of From France, too, it able members of New York's that are church members for ye continue to attend the theaters course the inconsistency of an Now is the time to have your Rubber most of its political ideals, mous "400,"who would probably tires put on. I have fresh mbW enter not into the true worship and moving picture shows and unsentimental attitude toward as the present unrest implies, scorn to dine with so ordinary a made thisy ear. prices lower than ever of God and shut up the doors to heed not the Savior's words: the Cuban negroes who say they and it was to the son of Louis person as a Congressman, s. F. Eubank.. st those that are entering in! I say 'por the wages of sin is death: are not getting their civil rights Philippe that the throne was first luncheon at the Hotel Vanderbilt 1 ; ; j Tou need Daily paper During the Presidential Louisville Contest Luther 3rd., battallion light Artillery. Oscar Higginbottom, 71 cost Artillery. Comrades, when the last roll is called let us be ready to go home and be with Jesus and our friends forever. The Distiict Sunday School Convention for Russell county will convene at the Liberty church, two miles west of Esto, Ky., the fifth Sunday in June. Everybody is invited to come and bring your dinner with you. The following is the program: :jcLor in politics; together with ther matters of greater or less Abe Garner, I 5th. , Ky. , Cav. r.iport, represent at this time a W. M. Campbell, F, 5th., Ky.f haotic conflict of separate interim, ttf harmonize which is now the Cavalry. r ' lem before the country. ' !1 want Prosperity, Peace and Pollard Appelley, C 5th., Ky., ily. Read with care the Cin-:-.ii. W. M. Smith, J 1st., Ky., Cav. Enquirer, a journal that James McCoy, D 5th,, Ky., all the news each day from Cavalry. ivory commercial center throughA barometer of Charlie Myers, 47 U. S. Co.,K. out the world. causes and effects that points out, A. J. Melton, F 13, 1st Cav as a Beacon Light, the danger and John Smith, 20th., Co., F U.S the safeguard therefrom. rs well known, the Daily En niiirpr ii tho Inrcrpcf in ciyp nnrl Infantry. highest priced paper in the United Riddle, Infantry. -- ati ! States, yet cheapest, measured by quality and quantity. The Weekly Enquirer, with the cream and dicest of all the news, able and conservative editorials, market reports, methods and results from Government and State Experiment Stations, veterinary matters, People's Forum, choice literatur short and continued stories, non-sectari- an and Holland became sovereign and highly intelligent Pekinese independent States, French, ' pups. The table as "resplendent moreover, is to a preponderate with burnished silver and polishing extent the language of the ed crystal and a flame with Fiemish coming next, vuils." One of the dogs daintily and German hardly counting at lapped up nourishment from a a" silver platter held by his escort, And since in France theques-;Mr- s Carl E. Ackley." How tions of 'secular and clerical edu- -' many sick children in hospitals cation, far too tangled for mere and elsewhere in the city would casual observers to elucidate, have enjoyed the flowers and have been wrecking ministries been aided to health by the nour-f- or a decade and more precipitat- - ishment. " ing conflict, embittering the1 Commissioner's Sale. national life, and tainting thei army, it was wholly natural that ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, a like condition should spread to KENTUCKY- Belgium, lnere at the elections Rachel Hughes &c ..Deft, j Bv virtue f a Judgment and order recently held, a of sae of Adair circuit court, rendered majority has been returned to at the May term thereof in the power very cons idera bly above cause, I shall proceed to offer for e door in strengthened, and one might sale at the Ky., to the highest bidder, at pub- bia, reasonably have inferred that in lie auction, on Monday the 1st., day of . , , , i ji a lauu wuere universal mannooa July, 1912, at one o'clock p. m., or (being County court) suffrage obtains, this might have thereabout six months, the followingupon a credit of de been accepted as the people. scribed property, A certain, But universal manhood suffrage tract of land lying in Adair county Ky.r on the waters of Russell creek, and fulin Belguim is something of freak ly described by meets and bounds in varity. Every male Belgium the Judgment and order of sale, reference is made for a more gets a vote on attaining the age particular description. f jon-peop( le, j ' ! Court-hous- i 1 to-wi- t: sermons, general For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securities,, married and with a family, he must execute bond bearing legal interreceives another; university est from day of sale until paid and hav- diplomas, official rank and cer- - j ing the force and etfect of a JutJgment. to comply iiiaaers tain property qualifications bring promptly wi'i be prepared with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner- him two more, and thus it will thirty-fiv- e, of twenty-one- ; at if J I anti-cleric- al 1 ' And keep t , Posted. ar ! , - ! is.SSZZ ' v I ! , . ; eienelZQrJ ! ( " ' ,. ' S j i ' al -- I al j j 1 j I hun-Fren- ch. I ! I : ""'',! j . j lfd j ; I , ! j - ESSStAd - ( C - j I ; ; , j j I i easy-goin- . . ' y. fa-dra- ws j tooklE''!'!-"1 - -- w -r - i- ADAIR THE ADAIR COUNTS KIWS THE " GODfiTY.HEWSiwillbeadeadlockand that the Nebraskian will receive the hon- , I notwithstanding he has been three times defeated by the - Afeir County News Company, 'for the Presidency, he is reccenizea oy an parties as one or ( Incorporated.) greatest men- American's Editor, honest in public and private life. CHAS. S. HARRIS a man who walks in the fear and wAprntin npwcnanpr dpvntpd to thft inrest of the City of Columbia and the people admonition of his Maker. or. To-da- y, Published Every Wednesday IMMWliJJilJiffliiJJiJiJiJi jig Look Your Binders and Mowers Over Report to us REPAIRS Needed at once and Save EXPRESS We are ready to Furnish you Beering Bind ers, Mowers, Rakes, and Twine. Adair and adjacent counties. Post-offl- There is no disguising the fact Wjjj d as Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. that good roads is the one thing MJJ mu&L iieeueu m una part 01 uie WED. JUNE., 19. 1912 'State to bring prosperity and J contentment, on the farms. For w 'TIS vv BcHiocF8iic Ticket years the drif of young men has been from the country to the cities and as a result agricultural 1 For President pursuits havesuffered and oppor- OSCAR W, UNDERWOOD, 91 tunities for profitable employof Alabama. ment in the center of population Announcements have become less numerous. To rebuild the farms, to For;Congress estabilsh and pride thrift "We are authorized to announce Jack in agriculture, to make the Chinn a candidate for Congress in the eighth district, subject to the action of land "blossom as the rose, "to the Democratic Primary to be held Au- prevent our hardy intelligent gust, 3rd. young men from leaving the old country home for the uncerSullivan. tainties of city life, a change in condition must take place in the We are authorized to announce J. A. " : : ! marls Sullivan, ofjMadison county, a" candi- countrv. To onr mind D for Miss Ida, and hope she can date for Congressman this the Eighth are most important. But few uue uay iasL weeK' District, subject toj the action of the The Seventh Annual Assembly of the Misses Maggie Ruberts and find relief and come home well. Demccraticlprimaryjtojbe held August men are inspired to improve and Mrs. Tina Wells accompanied 3, 1912. beautify their farms when pub- - Hatfcie Workman, of Dunville, lie roads leading to their homes were shopping in Russell Springs Mr. James Montgomery on a trip Harvey Helm. to Jamestown one day last week. Transportation Thursday. We are authorized to announce that are uninviting. Hon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln couuty facilities are indispensible and Mr. Irvin Isbell, Bowling Dr. Combest was called to is a candidate for Congress, m the Greens Star Senter Fielder has Dunnville last week on the acAssociotion Eight district, subject to the Demo- it stands to reason that the cratic primary to be held August 3, better they are made the more returned to Russell Springs his count of the serious illness of his 812, lasting improvements will be old home to rest up for a position brother. Lebanon, Ky., July 3 to 12. This is as true of the awaiting him in Oklahoma City. opinion is that Mr. imade Our candid Prof. U. G. Hatfield is home country as it has proven to be in Irvm is'nt one of the boys, Roosevelt did not strengthen his for a short stay from Scottsville, Beautiful Grounds. Ideal place for Camping. building of cities and if this Mr. Lenoard Wilson has been where he was the Principal of cause by abusing the National the section ever comes up to its great on the sick list for a few days, the school at that place. Committee. The possiDHities it must build goo l and we are glad to note that he Miss Myrtie Phelps was m The Kentuckv Press Associa roads. Other parts of the coun- - is verv much imnrnvprl nr. nrps- town shopping Tuesday. tion enjoyed a delightful outing try are awake and alive to road ent. Daily Band and Orchestra Concerts. at Oiympia Springs, Bath coun building and in every section! Knifley. iirs. ermine, vvnson miss Myr- ty, last week. where this work is in progress t;e Phplns snpnr. last. wppIc in Dry weather prevails in this ' , Base Ball Every Afternoon , iarm improvements ana pros- - Burkesville, attending the M. E. section at this time and the farJudge Robert J. Winn, of the, . ror onterence. They report a mers are taking advantage of Cnnrr, of Anneals, has annoimred periLy are in eviuence. ' years this serioUS condition hasj splendid time and are loud in same. No tobacco set to amount Grand Fireworks on night of July 4th. Make your his retirement from the race for arrangements now for Camping and to any thing but most people the Republican nomination to cuiuronteu uie peopie ana sun their praise of the Burkesville attending this have their hills ready. we move m the same old way. pe0ple. succeed himself. We favor good roads and know Meadows will be short here Mr. Lee A. Lawless and wife Great of no better way to build them The new Prison Commission, of Denmark were shopping in again this year owing to the cold as announced by Gov. McCreary, than by securing money through Russell Springs Monday. jwet spring. For Program and information write is Henry R. Lawrence, M. F. county bonds. To undertake by The health of this section is . Mr. Sylvanus Wilson the pro- Li , . ... i uoniey and Dan &. u. Sullivan, tne siow process oi paying as we timp pnetor oi tne supply uo., nas, verv eood at this O. news-papQuite a go with a small tax levy will all men. Young corn has a bad color on been farming some this week, ' number of other appointments never accomplssh much. Wheth- Secretary, Lebanon, Ky. says, , ,1 am in the store after account of the cold wet spring. ' er the people of this county were given out. J. V. Dunbar has a cow that Tuesday." ' would vote bonds is unknown were visiting i. he affects of J. J. Humphrey ford, of Knifley, has twin maIe calves, Con- Dr. Elam Harris has completed The Republican National but if we ever get ideal roadg Bankrupt was sold here June here last Sunday. , veuuuu is now m session ai they must I.UIUC 1lllUUglI m. has course in dentistry and re- - Mr. John L. Hovious and 11th, for $178, Johnson Humph-- , H1C Misses Julia and Eva Nance, Chicago. The supporters of Mr. bond rout. We favor bonding turned to Russell Springs where daughter Flora,' of Eubank, Ky., teyo puiuiwacu uuc cuuic oiuta. of Elkhorn were visiting in thi3 he is permanently located. We are here on a visit to friends and Taft seemingly have everything and building. neighborhood several days last to their liking, but there is no Mr. Hovious is a were all glad to know that Dr. relatives. Vester. week. certanity as to what will happen. Harris was among the first in his father of our merchant A. Hovi-clasRussell Spring. : ce i sec-r.- j j : fc ! Prices Right. The Jeffries Hardware Store g wmMilMllllllBaaBff Proctor Knott j WeMmw ! j Chautauqua J j , Greatest Platform Attractions I j c- r- i , ; I Chautauqua , , er W. Dilley, , I j , , i s. ous. The two delegates from the Born, to the wife of G.O.HanMrs. Ara Wilson and Mrs. May Clean up, clean up is the cry Eleventh district were given to of every butiness person in Rus- Bottom visited Mrs. Walker Bry- cock a daughter, also to the wife Mr. Roosevelt in the Republican sell Springs, at present. On the ant of Columbia last Wednesday. of J. W. Parnell a daughter. State convention, but the Na-- 1 Messrs. Bun Rice and R 0. east side Mrs. Ermine Wilson and Mr. L. C. Winfrey the stave tional Committee did not think Mr. J. W. Kimble began the man is now at Greasy Greek at- - Dillingham, of Egypt spent last he was entitled to but one, and move by putting down side walks tending to hauling staves to the Saturday night in our town. it acted accordingly. ' and tearing up old planks for-- 1 river. He reports a good lot of Mr. H. S. Robinson of maly used for sidewalks On the staves on hand, was in our town one Robert C. Wickliffe, Congress- man from Louisiana, a native of wesfc side, The Supply Co., has! Dr. A. A. Hatfield is doing day last week on legal business. Kentucky, was struck by a train made great improvement in the some dental work at Jabez this Mr. Wyatt Feece passed in Washington, D. C, last week way of painting and other decor: week. through our town one day last killed. At the time the ations. and The two Sunday Schools at this week on his motor cycle. fatal accident occurred Mrs. Judge T A Murrell of Colum- - place will unite in giving an en- Mrs. Louisa Beard who has WicKiiite was m tne ganery or bia was transacting business in tertainment on the 4th, of July been afflicted with a cancer for the National House, who was our town Tuesday and Wednes- -' Every body invited, we are a long time is quite feeble at this to a private apartment day necting a good time writing. where she received the sad news. Mr. Tuller, the new Hotel man Mr. Bur Gilpin a commercial Mrs. Mollie Humble, who has The remains of the late Congresscertainly is making an effort to been visiting her father, Wm. man was to see our merchants man were brought to Louisville, entertain Summer boarders. He Vaughn at this place returned to last Tuesday.- the native home of the widow, is a hustler and we fell confident her home at Somerset last Sun- Mrs. J. C. Gose and daughter and interred. he will do his part in keep-- , day. Her neice Miss Margie Nellie, and Mrs. C. G- - Jeffries, that ing up the reputation of the fa- - Graham accompanied her to spent a day or two last week It hegins to look like the mous Mineral Water, never was spend a few days. j with their parents in Columbia, fight in the National Democratic Convention will come between the picturesque old oaks more in- Mrs ida payne wno has been Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ingram. Clark and Gov. Wood-row- e viting or the spring in a morei speaker in poor neaith for some time, will Dr. Z. T. Gabbert of Casey Wilson. While Mr.- Bryan sanitary conaiuon. in n fpw dnvs to Creek, passed through here last is in no sense a candidate, there Mrs. Mollie Smith, of Fonthill to be placed in an infirmary for Tuesday en route for Cane are a number of metroplitan papers who believe that tnere was visiting Mrs. Ella Stephens treatment. We are all anxious i ' i are having some fine Messrs. R. 0. Dillingham and weather at present and the E. S. Rice made a business trip farmers are making good use of to Campbellsville last Saturday. We , iu, aumu t Camp-bellsvill- e, j ! ! and some just finishing planting. Wheat and oats are looking fine in this neighborhood. Mr. Leslie Shepherd and wife were visiting Mr. Sam Smith and wife of nearPellham, last Saturday night and Sunday. piuws wvCl M1C11. w Charlie Walker and children, of Watson, visited in Columbia Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, f Mr spent C. Russell Sunday with Mr. D. P. G. Rice of Holmes. , j J j " Sunday school is progressing, Mrs. Harriet Robertson spent very nicely with several in at- - several days last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sam Smith tendance. and Mrs. Haller Bault. Born, to the wife of Buck' Mrs. Mary A. Brockman visitChapman on May 29th, a boy ed at Mr. Delaney Robertson's weighed 11 lbs. last Suuday. Mrs. Rosa Curry spent last Mr. and Mrs. Ode Lawless, of Tuesday night with Mrs. Cordia Yuma, were visiting at Mr. W Goodin. H. Absher's the latter part of Our merchants;' Mr. J. W. last week. Moore and Mrs. S. J. Dooley are Miss Annie Nance and Mrs. having a very nice trade. J ' i " j Absher. Jimmie Davis were visiting in this neighborhood a few days ago. - ctf Mr. W. H. Cave spent Sunday Mrs. Van Humphress and son, o Knifley, were visitors at De- at Mr. W. P. Dillingharas. Mr. and Mrs. Garlan Weather 1 kney Robertson's last Friday. "TOBBW. -- .r - " THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ,' "Personal was here one was Russell Spring Hotel 1 LOUISVILLE Latest Quotations Shipping steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows. MARKETS M I i 'j . apsijijw ; on Live Stock Mr. W. P. Nunnelly day last week. 6 miles East of Columbia CATTLE k $7V007.50 Mr. J. E. Snow. RufiselllSprings, Now Open for Guests Spring greatly improved ONE ABA -- here last Thursday. . .". ... : 5.506.50 425(6.00 2.00:i.OO aru mo? Sandusky Columbia, & Co. Mr. W. A. Coffey spent several days recently in Louisville. If Ice can be secured, Ice Cream and in Mrs. R. H. Price visited Lemonade served every Saturday last Thursday. afternoon and night. Mr. W. L. Baker and children, reCome and recuperate your health and turned to their home Monticello. visithave a pleasant time and rest. Mrs. L. C. Hurt, Louisville, is ing friends and relatives in Columbia. Camp-bellsvil- le ; Cutters Canners. Bulls Feeders . 3.004.00 ! .. , Stockers Choice milch cows Common to fair cows HOGS ... 3.255.00 4.255.75 S.755.50 35.00-45.15.C0-35.C0 00 down the throat of a "eapey" chicken destroys the worm ana ?aves the chick's life. A tew drops in the drinklos: water Wholesale and Retail IB BOURBOH CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea roup, cholera and other chick diseases. LUMBER All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds Kentucky. One 50c Bottle of WHY NOT MAKE Mr. R. W. Todd returned from Central University, Danville, last Friday. Mr. L. W. Staples. assistantpost master, was on the sick list last week. Mr. Bbne Drye was here a few days of last week. Rates: $1.00 per day, $5.00 per week. Choice 210 up I. M. fuller, Proprietor. n, Mediums, 165 to 210. Pigs Roughs SHEEP AND LAMBS 7.75 7.65 G.50 BourbonPoultryCure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. REMEDY CC11PANY, Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ot 7.00 this medicine on hand. Write tor free sample Rnd Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address Lexinxtcn, Ky. $200, A MONTH S1Q.QQ That's weeks, has wonderfully imHe came down in an several proved, and last Saturday she went on auto. a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. .1. Calli-soFraser, Saline, Kansas, Mr. W. Middlesboro, visited in Columbia several days of Brice Walker, a grandson of Mr. C. last week. A. Walker, Glensfork, who has been in Mr. T. R Stults and son, Count, of Oklahoma for several years, returned Lancaster. are at home for a few recently and will teach in Adair coundays in this city. ty. Hewas owing some money when with funds Mr. Walter Taylor, Montpelier, who he left, but he returned to satisfy his creditors and has been in college, Lexington, return- sufficient have a nice purse left. Push and ed home last week. is what makes a man. Mrs. F. W. Jack, of Lebanon Junct., and Y. M. Webb, of Akron, Ohio, are ' Mr. and Mrs. J. S: Coles and two children, Murrell and Jesse, of Gray- visiting Mrs. R. H. Price. ville, III., visited relatives in Columbia Thursday until Monday. Mrs. !f -ttHn-iveiBMuucuauu.- . Coles, before her marriage, was Miss "'"""I Wiliiamsburg and Stanford Hattie Murrell, a daughter of Joseph C. S. Harris, who has be en in B. Murrell, who died many years ago, Mr. Virginia for several weeks, returned and was born and reared in Columbia. She is also a neice of J. E. Murrell, of home last Friday morning. Mr, .1. C. fTutchinson and wife (nte this office. Dr. and Mrs. Woodruff Flowers arMiss Ida Lyon,) of Glasgow, visited in the county and friends in rived from Cincinnati last Wednesday relatives Columbia last Thursday. They were afternoon and are now at the home of Mrs. Nannie accompanied by two of their children, the groom's mother, Elizabeth. Flowers, on Greensburg street. The Keneth and Ida Mr. T. B. Lyon, who has been living couple were n.et at Campbellsville by in Arizona for several years, returned Mr. Fred Hill and Miss Pearl Hindman and the party came over in a surry, to Adair county last Wednesday. Relatives and friends met and welcomed Miss Clara Wilmore. who has been teaching in Missouri, returned to her them at the residence. home, Gradyville, last Saturday. W. R. Myers, wife and daughter Dr. Elam Harris, graduated from the leaves Wednesday for a trip South in Louisvilie School of Dentistry last week. their Ford Automobile. They expect to go by the way of New Haven and He has located at Russell Springs. then over the Lincoln way to Glasgow, Mr. J. A. Wilmore, having graduated to Bowling Green, Ky., Nashville from the Law Department, Lexingtos then and Dicken, Tenn., where they will visUniversity, returned home last week. it the family of W. L. Rogers and atSchuler, of New Albany, tend the wedding of Mr. Roger's oldest Mr. Geo. A. Ind., was here last week, representing son, Phimon, on the 24th. Mr. Myers the firm who handles the Diamond and family expect to be away for at laest two weeks. Coffee Misses Mary and Corrinne Breeding and Miss Ruth Paull, are spending two WhatMc We Do to Them Next Year? weeks with Mrs. Charles Pile, at Hus- tonyille. Mr. R. A. Myers, of Monticello, who j I feel a deep sympathy for some of is here with his family, was quite sick the men who I have heard are going to i.. .).,,. ne lr,of iirool- - Vini- - hp is now i De canaiaates ior county omces next year on the republican ticket, If I am himself. Mr Blane Drye and Miss Rose Hunn; informed correctly the line will be Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Walker visited j strictly and distinctly drawn between Campbellsville last Thursday evening j the Taft and Roosevelt forces in Adair county, when the time comes for nomi- in an auto nat.ino- a rennhlip.in count v tiokpt Inexr. Dr. Ben F. Taylor, of Bridgeport, year and thJ first que5tion that whl be was here last Thursday, to see his sis asked a republican candidate for county ter, Mrs. H. B. Garnett, who is in very office, will be "How did you stand in delicate health. the Presidential race last year?" and upon his answer will determine whether Mr. Monroe Powell, of Stratton, Neb., is visiting at the home of Mr. or not he has any earthly showing to E. J. Page. From Adair he will go to win. Under the direct primary law, the republicans of Adair county, will every Russell county. one have a voice as to who our next Mr. G. Reed Shelton received his county ticket will be, the matter of diploma from Carmell University, New nominations will not be left a packed York, last week, returning home last convention or to the county committee, Saturday afternoon. ' but to the will of the majority. Woe Triplett and his daughter, t be unto the candidate who was not on Dr. .lames Roosevelt men will Miss Mary, visited relatives in Hardin tho right, side They also spent a number 'A to Taf ts 1 in Adair county. county last week. day or two in Louisville stick-to-tiveness Best lambs Culls 5.00 6.00 Sold by $50.00 a Week, almost fire-pro- of well-to-d- o a Day 3.005.00 S.00-4.00 PftULL DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. You Need Cultivator. Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, has on hand two car loads of the best makes bought at exceedingly low prices and he is offering to close them at the following prices and '"erms. Two horse walking Cultivators regular gangs at $15.50. Two horse walking Cultivators beams $16.50. Two horse riding Cultivators four ' plew gangs 625.00. Will sell any of these cultivators on time at above prices and will give 1.00 off of any of them for all cash. All new fresh stock just received. Now is your time my good Adair county farme.s cosave money and make corn at the same time. Binders, Mowers and Hay Rakes at bargains prices Buggies. Woodson Lewis. par-rell- el I Fatsheep GRAIN, Wheat Corn. 105 SO Local Market. To-day. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks ... 12 8 15 3 '. . V.: ";..I"'M ;; ! Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool spring clipping Hides (green) 7 4 10 18 Selling ictor Safes and boxes to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and farmers.all of whom realize the of a safe, but do not know how easy it is toneed own one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of g the best, clean-cu- t opportunities ever received. Without previous experience YOU can duplicate the success of others. Our handsomely illustrated catalog fillip. reimlBI will enable you to jirrsent the s.ihieet to cus tomers in as interesting a, manner n.-- thoii"h you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed a Milcsnirii receive advice and instructions for sellin.' ..,,;.,.. coisYtnciiig talking points which it is impnU!e for a aont YOU tie the lirt to apply from your Mcinity before souuomeleKets tn Wr- Why the territorvr We can favor only one salesman out of locality. The 2fth anniversary of our ' company was celebrated Vy . - Tl-fAMCT-jif5fc e.eciing the most modern salt jfactor in the world. WidefeftAtfW! awake men who received oar CV J special selling inducement., . rendered it necessary todoubi JS. wT1ffff' w.i f ii ll . our output. e are spending; MJHgg5g-'gLr'irj.'JIIt ft: Vi-- i t'-j77l l"7 iSSSSZea man' thousands of dollars eniiMKniiLZCwriMwML l i' . C5)t. larging our sales organisation, ii iMJWftliilifflliTrilllTJi'l W but to learn all rarticalars, it will co.--t you onfy the price oC a postal card. money-makinUw-pa- W 9 - fc ' -. rvfW$ ;L - m ir a i w iJL--i ?ss?rtes?. . mmt i HI rLtmtt-im- 'SJ.r M-LJl A Ask for Catalogue 16T. THE VICTOR SAFE Our New Homo. Capacity 20,000 Safes Annually. Feathers ! Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Root May Apple (per lb) & LOCK OKIO 00. , CINCIKKATI, i I visit to the old home land, the meeting of kindred and friends and noting the many changes made within a few fleeting years yields bountifully in renewed vieror for ones accostomed avo- cation on return to duty. It was the pleasure of the writer to spend a few days in the Old Dominion, his native state, returniner last week, and while there to meet Father, brothers and A Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. W. It is reported that Kentucky's crop For Sale. of blue grass seed is the best ever harvested in the State. That means lower The Famous Parry Buggies. Price reasonable. J. H. Peliey. price for seed. Columbia, Ky. I will replace my stock scales at the same place within two weeks. L. C. Hurt. I I ' - , many friends. It was also a pleasure to find Virginians from Cumberland Gap to Richmond not only preaching the doctrine of good roads but actually building them. There is not a state in the South, possibly, so active in road building and we feel safe in saying none surpass in the class of roads being constructed. In the mountain section of that State the grading is very expensive but regardless of expense the work is being pushed and within a few more months hundreds of miles of fine roads In the Central, will be completed.-Eastern and Southern sections as well part of the State as in the South-wesimilar efforts are being made to build desirable roads and unless the work soon halts the Old Dominion will be in the fore front in public roads. land values are rapidly advancing, business in all lines acti ve, the farmers happy and hopeful. It looks like the Old State is to reclaim her prestige for homes and happiness which was lost in the sixties. " 1 st Jorre-sponding- ly Clyde : Maijorie Eubank, Deft. ( By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit1 Court, rendered at the "May Term, thereof, 1912 in the above cause, I shall proceed to ofdoor in fer for sale at the Court-hous- e Columbia Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 1st day of July 1912, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court) upon a credit of six months, the following deA certain scribed property, tract of land situated in Adair county Ky., on the turnpike road, near the town of Cane Valley, and fully describ- ed by meets and bounds in rhe Judg ment and order of sale, to which reference is made. For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid, and having the forbe and efftct of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. to-wi- t: a. Jones Jr., Plantiff f STOCK NOTICE Zion. Jersey Hull We have a Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bull that we will stand The farmers of this communi-thi- s at $1.00 at the gate, at our home ty are making use of fine on the Somerset road 11 miles from Columbia. weather. Mr. James Holladay Jr., and sister, Lois, have arrived from Georgetown, where they have spent a very successful school Garrison Bros. DR. J. N, MURRELL, term. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Waggener, of Garlin, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Willis, Saturday and Sunday. at-tenda- ece DENTIST OKKICK OVBI! OKF1C 1TOCKC1B ", 1 .j. :sr. haukv DRUG Want Homes, The Kentucky Children's Home Society has a great many little people needing homes. They have quite a number of attractive babie's, as well as older children of both sexes up to 13 and 14 years of age. The children are expected to be treat ed as members of the family, sent to school, Sunday-schoo- l, etc We only place our children with christian famlies. If any of the readers of this paper can give a child such a home and would like to take a child to raise, if they will write to the Kentucky Children's Home Society, 1086 Baxter Ave., Louisville, Ky., they will take the matter up with them. Geo. Sehon, State Supt. ; Quite a large crowd was in at Zion church Sunday, to hear a most excellent sermon Social Gathering. delivered by Rev. D. H. HowerOn the evening of June 1.1th, from ton, his subject being, "Sancti- ., .i .I. uvoumutenociocKone ori. tne most.fication We are always glad enjoyable social event of the season, was held at the country home of Mr. to hear Bro. Howerton on any J iK Work of is a woman s Done Bv .ii Buster Brown's u H. Pelley was called to Somerset last Wednesday, word having reached here that her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Feese, was quite ill. Mrs. .T. CQ. E. Jones Li. H. Jones Jones & Jones by their two pretty daughters, Misses Jennie and Nellie. The afternoon was spent in playing: croquet, there were many interesting and exciting games. As the shades of night came on, they entered the reception hall and parlor and indulged in social conversation and parlor games, until the hour of nine, when thev were invited into the dininer room, where they were served with many Kinds ot salads, ices, cakes ana and Mrs. N. C. Butler, subject. i I DarnlesS" Guaranteed Hosiery ' of Craycraft, visited relatives in this community Saturday and Mr. Anderson Murrell, Sunday. i Mrs. E. R. Willis is visiting her mother, Mrs. Geo. Morrison, i Q No need for the darning needle now. If Buster's "DARN-LESS- " Hosiery doesn't wear without holes for four months, it will be promptly replaced without argument with new hosiery. All Styles, Sizes, Colors and of Gadberry. Weights For Men, Women and Children. fruits. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentiat Mrs. W. D. Jones, Knoxville, who has been visiting at the home of her 9 years experience. Special attention father, Judge H. C. Baber, left for her given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School horns last Saturday morning. building. Judge H. C. Baker, Mr. J F. MontPHONE NO. 7. gomery, Mr RollinHurt, Mr. Gordon Montgomery and Mr. F. R. Winfrey will attend the Russell circuit court New Barber Shoo. this week. Mrs James Garnett returned from Mr. Leo Svvanson, a barber of Frankfort last Friday afternoon. She ear's experience, has was accompanied by her daughter, Miss eight who'has been in Caldwell Col- opened a shop in the Russell Frances, lege, Danville. building in the apartments for-- , Dohoney, who has been merjy occupied oy ijeo. r. now--1 Miss Winnie in the Millinery business at Sonora, ers, Jr. He respectfully asks Ky., returned home Saturday night accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Walter for a share of the patronage here. Willis, of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Winston, Bowmar, Liberty, who visited Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Davidson, were called to Lexington, , Mr. J. C. Strange had fine luck a message notifying them that a,daugh- - spontooning forked tailed catfish last week. He was at the creel: only a few ter was lying dangerously ill. One weighed hours, killing three. Mr. Lincoln Denton accompanied his eight pounds the other two 5J pounds wife and daughter, Miss Marie, from each. It is only in the last season or Campbellsville last week. They will two, that the blue forked tail cat has probably spend the Eummer here as Mr. been caught above Milltown. It is beDenton is engaged in business, in this lieved that they are now plentiful be- town, tween Smith & Stevenson mill, on Rus-- ! creek and Wilson's old mill, near Mrs. Lou Miller, who has been in St. sell's Columbia. Sor Hospital, Louisville, Anthony 31-- 4t There will be singing at Zion The young ladies and their parents the fourth Sunday afternoon certainly know how tc entertain their conducted by Prof. R. O. Cab-bemany friends. and others. Every body is Those invited and present were Misses Mary CundifF, Katie Murrell, Ann Liz- cordially invited to be present zie Hood, Cora Smith, Rena Cundiff and Bettie Lee Butler. Messrs. and also help in the singing. ll 25c a Pair Dollar Box of Four Pairs Guaranteed Four Months C Made of the finest Egyptian Misses Katherine Willis, Mat- Smith, Claud Cundiff, Daniel Murrell tie and Mary Young, Lena, Eva, Mrs Charles Sandusky, of this place, and John W. Butler XXX and Elva Murrell, Messrs. Chas. received a message from Lebanon early Friday morning stating that her brothThe lawn paTty given by Mr. and Murrell, John, Mark and Arthur er, Mr. Ras Sutton, had just been killed Mrs. R. A. Waggener, to the young at that place by a fast train. It is our people last Saturday evening, was Holladay, Robt. Willis and Lewunderstanding that the deceased was largely attended, there being more than is Young, of this place, attended standing on a railroad bridge when the a hundred present. It was a merry train struck him The deceased was a meeting and the evening was delight- the lawn party given by Miss native of Camp Knox, Green county, fully spent. Virgie Conover, of Tabor. All but at this time his parents live at VeB-te- r, Russell & Cci I reported a delightful time. Adair county. Mr. Sutton was I have an extra milk cow with young ! years, old. His re about twenty-thre- e Columbia, Ky. calf for sale. Makes over a pound .of The Sunday School is progressmains were brought to -Colombia butter per day. She is aberdeen and ' nicely under the managefor interment. Jersey and but few better in every ing I The surviving members of tne family particular. Aberdeen f M.1 L". Mitchellr ' ment of H. G. Young. Every my have a twoyear-olbfarm that will serve art !,, . ITs ig a Jiave the sympathy of the ,people o:f, ; Columbia. body come, and lets make our fine individual and superb!; bred. this town. R. meeting will be held on Sunday School something we 33-The open-ai- r Columbia ;. The Columbia Fair Association has" the lawnof 'Mr. J. O. RusselLnext Sun- will always speak of with pride. decided to give the most attractive day afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, conductQuite a number of the people The brick jard will pay $2.50- per premium list offered by the Association ed by Rev. J. RL Crawford. cord for good pole wood, 4 feet for some time It will also irrtroducei of this place have been attend- livered on the yard. Good, long desome new faatures of interest to the meetings at split wood will also be accepted straight The automobile is the forerunner of ing a series of at same many who attend. Fix up your Btock price. Haulers will please callatoncfe and make arrangements to be at the good roads. We hope that many more Glensfork, conducted by Eld. Z. and make contract. Fair beginning August the 20th and may be purchased and used in this T. Williams and L. C. Young. 1 W H, Sims. continuing four days. 3-ply 2-p- Killed at Lebanon. Lambert Sanders, James Hood, Wilber cotton yarn obtainable with every feature of durability and style Special features "German Loop" toe. sole, heel, French gaiter "tearless" top, double knee and smooth m seamless finish and body. You'll save yourself work by "joining" Buster Brown's "DARNLESS:-Glub- . ly high-spliced 4-ply i V. tf 7 o - 6 nr 11 ti THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS Some People Are Superstitious. xsp-g- e The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative Tt Is natural for a child to laugh and play and when it sulks drowsily or cries you may depend on it something physical is the matter. If you see no evidences of a serious ailment you will not he wronj? if you quietly sive it a Jose of mild laxative that evening- on putting It to bed. recom-tnended )sxsxso e It's queer how superstitious some people are. inere are if those who are so superstitious that they almost go crazy worry ; WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when 1 cculd hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could ncthcln me, but I was completely cured L there is nothing in. Uncle Sam The remedy most generally knows something about the for this purpose is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which mothers superstition of people and the throughout the country hiive been giving heir children for a quarter of a centroubles they have, and that is tury. Today thousands of families aro using it where hundreds used.it then, why it is unlawful to send an and there must be good reason for this "word of mouth recommendation. admittedly the perfect laxative It is follor children, women, old people and all dollar a large bottle (family 'size) can anonymous letter like the others who need a gentle bowel stimu- have a sample bottle sent to the home lowing, which we, have just relant and ot a violent salt, cathartic free of charge by simply addressing doctored Dr. jill or Pepsin willMater.gently, Caldwell's W. B. Caldwell. 105 Washington Dr. ceived through the postoffice: St., Syrup act and when Monticello, 111. Your name and address taken beforo retiring will bring com- - on a postal card will' do. "'Lord Jesus, I implore-Theto bless all mankind and keep us from all evil and take us with Thee eteranally. The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al This prayer was sent to me Both One Year for $1.50. and is sent all over the world. M Copy it and send it to ten of !! liuaiiiiiiiuaiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiuaiiaaiiaiiiiiiiyaiiiiiiiiUiiia your friends. Sign no name and see what it will bring you. iii It was said in the time of Jesus that all who wrote this prayer would be delivered from all calamity, but those who would not write and pass it along would suffer some misfortune. Commence the day you get this copy and send one each day and on the tenth day you will receive Green River Merchan- H The Do not break some great joy. ! All classes of good American people keep it in the home for ills of tho stomach, liver and bowels, and among the thousands who have written the doctor that they will never be without it are Mrs. J. TV. Haynes. Brady, Ky., and Mrs. E. U Weeks, 1744 W. 2nd St.. Owensboro, Ky. A dose of it has saved many a person from a serious illness. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one After a short use of this remedy all ing about things that their good forms of outside aid can be dispensed with and nature will again act alone. sense ought to teach them that I plete satisfaction in the morning. 60URIER -- JOURNAL DR. KING'S HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics.- - It prints all the news without New Discovery Mrs. 50c AND I J. B. SI. 00 Cox, Joliet, 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. J The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the "WEEKLY fear or favor. COURIER-JOURN- AL C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY e I AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS ...1.1, For $1.50 t if you will givcor send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Special Attnetin to Eyes Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION Woodson Lewis i II 3! 9 NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. 0NBURKSVILLE STREET. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6.00 Joseph Jamstown, H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- great H dise Distributor, has just Received a H Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- ing, Shoes &c. H f Which he is offering Sunday i Courier-Journ- Yr '. $2.00 l! Will practice in this and adjoining counties. -. the chain." Each age of our lives has its joys. Old people should be happy, and they 1 will be if Chamberlain's Tablets are ta- We can give you a combination cut Kentucky, s rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. at Popular prices. 1 ; 3 :r- - 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. ken to strengthen the digestion and &X&s)&SS keep the bowels regular. These tablets are mild and gentle in their acton and and especially suitable for people of middle age and older. For sale by Paull Drug Co. wwmmmm w mmmmmmmt Not J Why Read The Courier zzz Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl - Life" 34 Days After Death. r5 Second Pat. 52 - - - - $6.25 4.75 4.25 Some years ago Dr. Alexis Car rel, an English scientist, showed Attention! The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. that the various organs and tis- - i5 s 5s rs :H Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay you to consult me before buying, Terf carloads of the best Fertilizers 3 i ii atjprices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and yoifwill always know what you bought. sues taken from a living organism can be maintained in a live - state for a race or less prolong- ed time by placing them in a S -r suitable medium at the right" E temperature, and that such tis- -j sues may even grow for several S days. His results have been contradicted by other authors, but more recently Dr. Carrel has achieved even more striding re- S i J j This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to ; The News, Columbia, Ky. t Journal? HENRY WATTERSON I taking theprepara- Editor. tions out of their nutritive med- 1 Have Full Stock of We Can'I Furnish You . S ium at the riuhr time and trans- Will Second Clark S Nomination, work for nothing at a thing that s ! fernng them to another medium . isn t worm doing. Bone Fertilizers they are reliable The Adair County News z consisting-o- three parts of the! Washington, June 9 Senator Not until the queen tries to And you get you moneys worth. j; normal plasma of the animal in elect Ollie James may deliver Sr question and two parts of water, one of the speeches in the Demo-- cook a meal on the king's new and the Write me what you want. Also, stove will the true test come. Convention and repeuti nir the operation at cratic National Salt, Lime and Cement. The man who loves prope-if-.M- i up to as many seconding the nomination of WeeKIy I will buy all your crop of wheat'and hi finds that the Speaker Clark for president. ed winters has been caught r as pay cash for it, am now paying 5c 5 connective tissue great The Clark managers are desirous studying a seed catalogue. Courier-Journ- al per busheljmore than anyone esle. j activir.v. even as long as thirty- - of having Mr. James for the Persons who clamored for an Sr 'four flavs af'r its removal from role, partly because Kentucky old fashioned winter are said to ' ARE YOU WITH ME? is the speaker's birthplace and have ceased clamoring. 2Z the body. Both One Year partly because the senator-elec- t If there is a sleeping volcano from that state is recognized as uncjer the Panama canal the Satisfaction ' For $1.50 the finest convention orator in thing for it to do is t0 3ieep on. captivity. Mr. James has been fi.g feefc may indicate a among mentioned INTERNATIONAL. wou,d. We can also give liberal brain bufc most wom Democrats as Washington as a rather nave beauty than brains, DICTIONARY combination rate with Daily THE MERRIAM WEBSTER likely man for permanent chairor Sunday Courier Journal. The Only New unabridged dicman of the national convention. tionary in many years. QREENSBURQ, KY.j Speaker Clark will probably be A Cleveland preacher says the. Write Courier-Journ- al Contains the pith and essence Com- placed in nomination by either American home is rapidly disapof an authoritative library. Covers every field of knowl Senator Stone or Senator Reid, pearing. He must be missing Panv Louisville, Ky., for edge. An Encyclopedia in a of Missouri, njinmfflnfflfflininiininiiimnimimmnmmniimmnmBi dinners he us free sample copy of edition single book. the the The Only Dictionary with ed to be invited to. you desire, but be sure to New Divided Page. Brief Paragraphs 400,000 "Words. 2700 Pages. vour 6000 Illustrations. Cost nearly 77 Ribs. send J subscription order Man Coughs After all it is no Sunday half a million dollars. The Adair County News Daily Let us tell you about this most afternoon stroll to the south pole After a frightful coughing spell a man to this paper NOT to the remarkable single volume. in Neenah, Wis., felt terrible pains in j Courier-Journ- al I SSSJiSEgSBgHPM write for sample Both one The speed mania has its dan- his side and his doctor found two ribs Courier Journal. par- IwKZkTCEigBSpk pages, full gers in railroading as well as in had been broken, What agony Dr. v - S; suits.- By a mwmmwm m wmmmmmmm , , f H , . i old-fashio- n. : nun-time- d, i ; i Guaranteed. H WEBSTER'S NEW ite(&mj$ : y big-frequentl- WOODSON LEWIS . old-fashion- ed and year $4.00 , j J Ends Hunt for Rlcli Girl. acne, fainting and dizzy spells they pro Often the hunt for a rich wife ends mote. Everywhere they are woman's- when thrman meets a woman that uses favorite remedy. If weak or ailing trv Electric Bitters. Her strong nerves , them at Paull Drug Co tell in a bright bram and even temper : complexion and rudy Her peach-bloofrom reatful sleeps; her elas- lipsresult yasgar girlg haye formed ,& fire ' ticsteps from firm, free muHctes, all brigade; but it is supposed that telling of the health and strength E!ec- - j trie Bitters give awoman, and the free-- they Will dispense With the hook dom fiom indigestion, backache, head- - and ladder company. , 0c ! m j Name this dlw ABcm W I m paper and we will send free a set of motoring. Hapa m Pocket Aeroplane records continue to be broken almost as often as kaTH h.Ht xv JKj&B aeroplanes. e Modern railroading gets a every time a spectaular side-wip- r SprlacfielO, G.C.lfriaaC. wreck occurs. A man is generally willing to King's New Discovery would have sav-- ; ed him. A few teaspoonful ends a late j when your child has whooping cough cough, while persistent use routs obsti coughs, expels stubborns colds or be careful to keep the cough loose and nate heals weak, sore lungs, "I feel sure expectoration easy by giving Chamber-ifcj o . . to humanitv." writes .,am . d S 0Ugh Kemedy as m b "quir FSffift Morton. Columbia. Mo., for i M. ed. This remedy will also liquify the I believe I would have consumption today, if I had not used this great remedy. tough mucus and make it easier to exIts guaranteed to satisfy, and you can pectorate. It has been used successfulget a free trial bottle or r,0 cents or $1 00 ly in many epidemics and is safe and size at Paull Drug Co. For sale by Paull Drug Co. j sure. f?nH-sen- V THE-.ADAI- C mr? EV73 Bryan, the Forerunner. ors, senators and judges, Bad Spells L " I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was n, and had to give up. we had three almost All the time. I was getting worse. 1 naa Daa -- doctors. lls, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid for 5 weary years ! Cardui relieved me, when everything else failed." bed-ridde- No American,in or out of public office in the last ten years,can challenge the proud, station of William Jennings Bryan in private life glorified more and more with every surge of the public legis lators in states and nation as a great inventor makes masters of finance and industry by supplying the spiritual basis of success often without ability to reap personal profit from it. Minneapolis Tribune. A rency laws, which will create a safe and elastic system, preserve! the independent banks, prevent any dominant political orfinan-- ! cial control and render recurring panics, with their attendant loss and suffering, impossible." THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Editor Mike Hetherington, in his paper, the Lakeland (Fla.) Telegram, on "Mother's Day" paid the following beautiful tribute to his mother whom he never knew save in infancy: "He nev If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, er knew her. His coming into to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more the world was the signal of her than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, ailing sufferers. has been used by thousands of weak and going forth. A few brief days of real value in relieving their aches and They found it she clasped him to her heart pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved the heart whose last beats were and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for most fpr him; then ere the baby use, at once, by you. Try it, today. eyes had learned to look with moral appeal. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., " Home Treatment for Women, sent free. J 57 book. for Special Instructions, and recognition upon her, she kissed The same intellectual limitathem closed and closed her own tions have clouded the moral Vaguely through life brightness of his teachings by forever. boy, It is now well known that not more i Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40-denying his power to put them he missed her. Times, as a than one case of rheumatism in ten rewhen the night wind moaned in practical or popular form. It quires any internal treatment whatever. outside, and within fantastic figDr. James Triplet! was notill pinchbeck imitators All that is needed is a free application ures and shapes of fear formed in both parties adopted for gain of Chamberlain's Liniment rnd massagin the darkness, he cowered be Dentist. ing the parts at each application. Try of fame or power the principles neath the covers of his cot and it and see how quickly it will relieve he proclaimed for their intrinsic JEFFRIES BLOCK wept passionately for something oppressive. the pain and soreness. Sold by Paull vale in the government of the re-- I KENTUCKY COLUMBIA TIMES Drug Co. that he wanted but could not America, peculiarly favored in public that his prophetic inspira name though afterward he many ways, enjoys a monopoly tion was recognized. BOTH ONE YEAR knew that the thing he craved of panics, currency panics that ProgresBryan was the First was sheltering mother love. His sive. He began as a voice cry- playmates had ever a source of is; England knows them not, FOR ONLY ing in the wilderness of indiffer- - unfailing love and sympathy, they excite to merriment in Paris and are foreign to Berlin; they f !e"ce and rtempt the 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD ifr which he nw them copi- - belono to the Orient where the THE LOUISVILLE TIMES return to the untram meled rule ously and continually draw; and We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long 0f the people with all its chances hoarding of predou3 metalg .g ag the besfc afternoon wer prin. ne luil uiai tut; rums nau jeiu an article of faith, or to as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights of blind impuise and generous the Dark ter anywhere. something out of the scheme of and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. .. HCglCVUCU tnui. XJ.C C11UO 0.0 liIIG narran,oA his life, and in the midst of the Ages when ivmgs exorted con58INCH Has the best corps of corres leader of a chorus that has swell buoyancy of youth his eyes tributions" by the pulling of ,50 IN nRrt ei with the cry of office hungry would grow wistful and his teeth, the wrenching of anat- pondents. omy, and such other pleasant bounds as well as the higher note heart be sad. Then a man and practices as might raise the Covers the Kentucky field perof awakened civilization. sometimes, after the struggle of fectly. When Bryan said twelve y ears the day, when came the quiet wind. Covers the general news field But, proud of this distinction ago the higher citizenship of the hour musing o'er flood and fell, country is saying now with the or gazing far out into the sad and or not America holds tenaciously completely. volume of irresistible numbers solemn sea he would dream of to a banking system defensible Has the best and fullest mar vju.v ;t v- - "wv""i - ixr jwwM'gag.gcT8'T.L&'wray;iitfiy and the compulsive force of the the land beyond the setting sun only on the theory that we are kets reports. united will and purpose of the of the mystic glories which accustomed to it. It ought to be Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. whole nation. Some follow one eye hath not seen and of her improved over the face of the DEMOCRATIC in politics, but of his copyists and imitators and who loved him first. Aye, oth- land. Some day it will be and we, fair to everybody. some another, but all, conscious ers came and crept into his heart note.with pleasure that Kentucky 116 East Market Street, Eelween First and Brook. or not, draw inspiration from the and filled it with love that was is in line. Louisville Times SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPLouisville, Ky. same unfailing source almost pain; but in its inner- Never Kill a Bird. he nation that denied him most holy of holies kept ever a TION RIGHT WAY Thirteen in Death House. exaggerate their wrongs as much the presidency three times is chamber inviolate for the mother as the exaggerate theirs. building the principles he stood he never knew. And it pleased Kentucky Fair Dates, , Thirteen men now occupy the If you want to feel the morn- for more than any personaram-bitio- n him to believe that, though he The destruction done by in- sects is beyond computation. death house at the Eddyville ing ginger avoid the highball into its laws and constitu- saw her not, she walked through Harrodsburg July The loss to the farmers through penitentiary, awaiting death in night cap. 2. tion. The states that threw elect- life beside him and many times the electric chair. This is said The loafer cuts a big figure in oral votes against him have been made her presence felt in sweet the destruction of the insectivor-- ; Mt. Sterling July to be the largest number of men politics, where he "gets even" reshaping their own governments suggestion of kindly deed, in si- ous birds is beyond calculation. 3. Georgetown July ever under sentence of death at for many affronts offered him in in accordance with his ideals. lent stirrings of the heart that And yet we in Kentucky are doBerea Fair August one time in Kentucky. Those business and in society. He has been the most potent in- turned him from temptation's ing nothing to save the birds. Versailles August The next thing you hear about fluence in late America's public. who make a study of such things way. And whatever of good or Men who have not yet reached Mt. Vernon August say that the reason the death ' a man who has become famous What political success in the gentleness, or generous impnlse their majority can recall when, Vanceburg August penalty has been imposed so of-- is that he wants a divorce. same period is comparable to ever blossoms in his life, to her every year Litchfield August there were thousands oy juries or this State, dur-- . ten If a thing isn't in you no this? What successful politician he gave the credit. Therefore, , Brodhead August , ,, c, vr ing the last few months is be- amount of effort can get it out. is not his debtor? Contemplate Lawrenceburg August on "Mother's Day," when thousthere are scarcely any and uncause the execution of the death Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 Beware of a boomer; money the career of glutted but unsat ands have the blesssd privilege less there is a closed season in sentence takes place at Eddyville lost in a bursted boom is as ef- isfied ambition built out of the of laying the votive offering of Hardinsburg August Kentucky, in a few years the and not in the county seat of the fectually lost as though it were fragments of his philosopy of their love at living mother's dove will be as extinct as the Columbia August county where the crime occur- lost in a political morals like modern shops feet, and other thousands live Fulton August train robbery. carrier niceon. The call of the red. Many sheriff's objected to and stables out of an ancient over tenaer memories 01 aays;, London August Bob White" is unknown to presiding at an execution and An optimist is a man who wants temple! Franklin August when mothers walked by their children whose heard it from evused their influence either to credit tor telling white lies. Barbourville Fair September Reflect on the extinction of side he wears the white flower No man ever accomplished as prevent the return of a death ery hillside. The woodpecker, those who resisted his teaching, for her for her to whom he bepenalty, or, if it was returned, he expected, and you can't. destroy Bowling Green September and the swift exhilaration of lieves his nature owes its best. who lives off insects that were active in efforts to secure a It's a pity that other questions sight. those who were keen enough to So, in the dusk of this dear day, trees is becoming a rare Tompkinsville September commutation of the death sen can't be settled as effectuallv every sort and kind, see in it a ladder for climbing to while the flower is fading, Birds of tence. Since the electric chair 'as supremacy in Sanders September baseball is set- - power and manifold joys power though its fragrance lingers from the little "Jennie Wren" Monticello September has been installed the applica- - tied; practically no one disputes can give to them who seek it for still, he writes these lines for the to the crow, the friend of the Newport September tions ior commutation ot death that PMiaainL:n ..u uimucimo uau 1.1- .- Uest their .own sake. sake of those who, like to him, farmer, are ruthlessly killed by Lilts Horse Cave September sentences have not ceased, but icii,h last i n fu Senator Crane is the last to knew mother only in the land of boys and men. The Kentucky Morgantown September 19- the applications are not backed LUarrel about everything else fall before the weapon of his dreams." . Legislature should pass a law 21. by so large a number of citizens (Louisville Times, spirit, as the Aldriches, Hales 8 forbidding the killing of birds Lexington October 912. as formerly. Banking Reform. and the like went before and the , of any kind in Kentucky for at Mayfield October Lodges and Penrose are to come Makes the Nation Gasp. least five years. Shelby Record. As "Ed" Howe Sees Life. The eight plank of the DemoThe awf nl lists of injuries on a Fourth after. They who have risen to Move On Now! of July staggers humanity. Set over the degree of his political phil- cratic platform lately adopted in says a policeman to a street crowd, The man who predicted, a hard andwhacks heads if it don't. Move on I'm not ' particularly modest, against it, however, is the wonderful osophy increase in number with this State runs as follows: healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of but 1 hope I'll never have an op- thousands, who suffered from burns, every new illumination of the "In the interest of the farmer, winter is mighty chesty, but now," says the big, harsh mineral pills to bowel congestion and suffering foleration performed and be cared cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explo- road to popularity and success. the wage-earnand business there is consolation in the know-ma- lows. Dr. King's New Life Pill3 don't sions. Its the quick healer of boils, ulfor by a woman nurse. He is a moral Warwick, who we favor an honest revision ledge that he has tQ pay hig coal bulldoze the bowels. They gently percers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25 cts suade them to light action, and healtR has made presidents and govern- - of our national banking-ancur- I sometimes think stepchildren at Paull Drag Co. follows 2."5c at Paull Drug Co of Cardu i -ge The WomansTonic mind towards the democratic standard he set up so boldly and has upheld so steadfastly. The figure Bryan history will celebrate clears its true, proposition slowly with oblivion of his own error and the perception of his countrymen of the deeper truth he proclaimed through it as much as through his later and wiser policies. Intellectual limitations that have expanded since bound him up with a fatal error of f undemental finance all of the more insiduous for its false and Beautiful Tribute. IM3 5' Strangely enough so pious and incontestable a proposition has excited the mildest of comment. It has been accepted as among 1911 FOR the things that are needed, but not immediately obtainable, for BRIGHTER, BETTER,! the welfare of the CommonBIGGER THAN EVER wealth, when, as a matter of fact, such reform is of vital conTHE REGULAR PRICE OF cern, not only to the "farmer, the wage-earnand the business THE LOUISVILLE TIMES man' but to all the citizens of all the State everywhere, at IS A YEAR. home and abroad. Banking reform is an economic, If YOU WILL SEND YOUR 0RD not a party, question; labels have uothipg to do with it; it should TO US, YOU CAN GET be aloof and apart from the contentious clamor of the candidates. THE ADAIR COUNTY In a sense the tariff was not inaptly described as local; but our NEWS banking conditions, chaotic and AND haphazzard, "the worst in the world," are of necessity univerTH L0U1SV1LEE sal, and, in a pinch, universally er $5.00 LLWOO WRE FENCE, $4.50. ! Tf I j j - n. ! CM i j ! j ! . - DEHLER BROS., j i : j 30-Aug- ust 23-2- 7. 30-Aug- ust 1-- 3. 7-- 9. ' 7-- 9. 14-1- 7. j I 13-1- 6. , 14-1- 6. 20-2- 3. 20-2- 2. , 20-2- 4. ' 27-3- 1. M -- -- r-- 0 w 27-3- 0. 29-3- 1. 4-- 4-- 7. 4-- 7, ! 4-- 7. 3-- 6. -- vr uj u.. 17-2- 1. 18-2- 1. V ' -- 9-1- 2. ; er n, I d 8 - THE ADAIR COUNTYJNEWS Gradyville. -- place, on the creek, was in. our midst one day last week and inC. B. Diddle was in Metcalfe formed us that his growing crop county a day or so of last week was looking fine and bids fair to looking after sheep. make a bountiful yield. Mr. Dr. J. H. Grady, of Columbia, Keltner informed us that he had was by the bedside of Mrs. Thos. noticed a few wharf rats about his premises. On investigation Grady one day last week. Dock Walker was on the sick list a few days of last week. Austin Wilmore spent a day or so at Glasgow last week. Mrs. Lizzie Grissom, of Columbia, spent one day last week visiting Mrs. Wm. Wilmore of our city. Miss Alene Montgomery, 01 Columbia spent a few days of last week visiting Miss Mildred Walker, D. Walker was in Columbia a day or so of last week. Cole Camp. Q. P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE Dr. Oscar Keen of Burkesville, spent last Sunday night with his uncle, Mr. C. T. Keen. Mr3. James Cole visited Mrs. Bettie Cole Saturday and Sun- THEITEST Proves Which, mmmmranni he found that they were making headquarters under his corn crib and he at once secured help and went after them , killing one n hundred an d fifty rats He said from the appearance of them they were all in a healthy condition and fat and were raised on bottom land corn. If any one can beat Mr. Keltner at one time on the rat subject let us hear from them. full-grow- J day. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Thomas IS BEST I You have two houses to be painted. "We want to sell j'ou Slaslic Paint for only one of them. We would rather you would use some other paint on the other house. Paint the two at cce one with a- Russell Springs. A good rain would certainly be appreciated just now. Wheat harvesting is in progress, and the yield is expected to be 20 bushels to the acre or more. Mr. Ed Bradshaw, the genial J. Cane Valley. Judge N. H. Moss and wife, of Columbia, spent last Saturday night yisiting the family of Mr. Squire Kemp. J. A. Wilmore returned from Lexington last Wednesday. Guy Nell spent last Sunday in Edmonton. Mr. Robert 0. Keltner was on the sick list a day or so of last week". Misses Pinkie Callison and Julia Penick, were visiting the family of Mr. W. S. Griffin at Hatcher last week. Mr. Chapman Dohoney of Campbellsville, was here on business several week. days of last Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Parson of Gradyville, were visiting relatives at this place last week. Dr. L. C. Nell had a fine lot of clover hay saved last week. W, L. Fletcher has a fine-crof one sucker dark tobacco growing. Rev. W. B. Cave, of Cane Valley, spent a few days here op last week. Strong Hill, one of our mill men, is putting down a mill in the community of Weed this week. ' Mr. Curt Yarberry and family, of Cane Valley, spent last Saturday night and Sunday with the family of Mr. Silas Cain. Mr. Tom B. Lyon who has - been in Arazona, for the past Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCanless, who have been visiting rel- three years, returned home for a atives here for the past few days few weeks visit last Tuesday. returned to their home the first Capt. E. C. Page returned to of the week. his post of duty in Frankfort Mr. John H. Holliday spent a last Monday. day or so in Frankfort last week. Glcnsfork. Our town was well represent last week by commercial men Elders Z. T. Williams and with all the department of goods. Luther Young are conducting a . Urban Keltner one of our best farmers is confined to his bed with inflammatory rheumatism. Mr. Powell, wife and daughter, of Nebraska, are visiting the family of E. J. Page. Mr. Carl Bradshaw of Mt Erie 111., who visited the family of W. E. Hancock, fourteen years ago, is here on a visit. Mr. Bradshaw has many dear friends here and we are glad to see him again. J. E. Rice of Romine bought a fine bunch of hogs of Jim Harmon last Monday. traveling salesman for Louisville Grocery Company, was here a few days ago. He goes after business and gets it. Messrs. Leonard Jones, veterinary surgeon, and Jeff Bradshaw, from Columbia, spent a day or two here last week and then went over to Jamestown. Mr. Claud Hatter from Casey county, representing a Lexing ton house, was here last Thurs- day interviewing our merchants. Mr. M. L. Grissom from your city, spent a day or two of last week here on business. Mr. E. Harris, our popular dentist, is home again from Louisville, where he has been for severed weeks. Croquet is a very popular pastime here now. Boys, it would spent Sunday with her father Dr. T. T. Baker. Miss Ella Baker is visiting her aunt Mrs. E. A. Morgan at this writing. Kev. Marrs filled his appointment at Providence Sunday. Misses Lizzie Cheek and Ida Baker are spending a few days with Mrs. J. E. Cole. Several of the neonle of this ' neighborhood attended county court at Burkesville Monday. Mr. D. R. Wood andjdaughter, ' Willia, were called to the bed side of his mother inJClinton last week. Mastic"" Mixed Paint" "Tho Kind That Lasts" i -, and the other with an- - other paint, it matters not what brand some mixed paint or Lead and Oil. We will only sell you one lot of paint this time; next time we will sell you Maslic Paint for both houses in fact we expect to sell you paint for the other house before the Maslic house needs repainting. TJTR THST P7?ni7Tlfi WHtHTT TX 7?7?.?7 '"ivasGSkMKi Manufactured by jfmnuwmmmr-- . PEASIEE-GAUIBERT CO.. Inc.. LOUISVILLE. KY.. FOR SAUE BY Paull Drug Co. HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLENDORFF The readersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling j Fletcher sold a'Lmule to Charles Holland for $125, and bought a three year old mare from Robert Baker of Amanda ville for $117. Bob Makes the NafionJGasp. The awful lists of injuries on a Fourth of July staggers humanity. Set over against it, however, is the wonderful healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of thousands, who suffered from burns, cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explo- -' sions: Its the quick healer of boils, ul- cers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25 cts at Paull Drug Co. . Floor Coverings of , AH Kinds More space of immense is Have been greatly enhanced. to devoted . the practical display stocks of Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums A new handsome Store Room the showing of hus been arranged for Pickett. be much better if you would Owing to the dry weather the drop this sport on Sundays, go to Sunday School and devote the crops have not grown very fast. day to storing your mind with Wheat harvest is about here, useful knowledge, and thereby and it is not very good. honor your God. Sabbath ob- st Aal a J nAnl frn uvea wj. peupie wuuiu ue giau servance is rapidly becoming ajtoseeagood rain, as a great' thing of the past all over our many haven't got through setting land and country, and will surely tobacco yet. tend to destroy us as a nation. Fry and Pickett Chapel base- Divine laws must be respected ball teams have played several or punishment is bound to come. immoc :f COQWC fW fuQ ""UL iUM to"""' VW.W Mr. Rexroat has been engaged Chapel boys get the best of I in getting up a subscription for them. The game last Saturday I -- Lace Curtains and Draperies t Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our big live store. - - - 1 4 V i I flubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated 522 and 524;West Market St. uf UV-i- painting the Baptist church. He was 15 to 4 in favor of our boys. secured a nice sum, and the There was a large crowd at a work will likely be given to the birthday dinner at Mrs. Whit-lock- 's lowest bidder. a few days ago, it being Mr. G. A. Kimble is preparing to lay a good concrete sidewalk all along the front of hi3 hotel. If others would follow his exam-pie it would be a great convenience for all, and enhance the value of real estate. 1 IN "The Flour with the Nutty Flavor" 3S Mr. D. C. Wheeler will begin protracted meeting at this place. work on his new residence in a Some fine preaching is being done There has been five conversions few days. Mr. B. B. Janes bought a nice up to present. John Jones, who has been bunch of cattle from Strong Hill teaching in Georgia since Christfor $95. Rev. Dudgeon,of Cane Valley, mas, has returned home. Mr. r n T i ceacner, will fill his appointment here on uuneb is an excellent l the fourth Saturday and Sunday and met with splendid success in this month. Everybody in- in the sunny south. i . One of the best attended union prayer meetings was held here Iast Wednesday night. From 50 to 60 attend, and meet one night at the Baptist and the next at Miss Eliza Vaughan, who has the Methodist. Misses Bell and Hughes, two been teaching in Georgia,return, Christian spirit, popular young ladies, of Edmon ed home a few days ago. We ton. spent a few days of iast have it that Miss Vaughan taught Mr. a splendid school and that her week visiting relatives and ug Ine-ram- . j vited to attend. This shows a days. and is very her youngest son's twenty-firs- t 7K birthday. W. G. Pickett left for Bowling Green one day this week, to ac- - w company his daughter home, IN school being out last week. IN Mr. John Durham, of Greens-burIN passed through here one 7l. day this week with a nice bunch of cattle. Vl' George, John and Wyley Rodgers sold a lot of timber for railroad ties in the last few & g, IN. It is made on a "Midget" Marvel Flour Mill the last word in milling machines. All of the milling operations take place in this one machine. It is a sanitary mill, none of the product is touched by hand or comes in contact with the outside air, In this mill the wheat and flour travel less than twenty feet instead of the hundreds of feet in the ordinay modem mill with the result that this unusually short and quick system keeps the flour clear and free from impurities, preserving its natural creamy bloom and the volatile oils which contain the flavor and aroma of the crushed wheat are not evaporated. Thb flour has that sweet, rich, nutty flavor of the "Old Fashioned" stone ground flour. You will also notice this flour has more strength than other patent flour, it will rise quicker in the dough. V We most cordially invite you down to our plant to see this wonderful mill make "The Flour with the Nutty Flavor." Self-Contained )K) vjr v sir w Louisville, Kentucky. Nk: rs. 7& v 7K as 7T. 7K Ts Richardson & Walker, Props. vvvjnvmxvvk vvjrvvi tvj y vr i is isis our hankpr $2 Q in- - work met with the highest ap- - posits have been made at the proval of both school officers and bank here in the last three Our farmers are all about up patrons. months from the poultry buswith their work so far as plowMrs. John Helm and son, Wil- iness alone, and that annually ing their corn and preparing their tobacco ground. If we only lie, of Campbellsville, are visit- the receipts will amount to full $60,000. Now, our farmers! could have a good rain they ing at this place. The schoolhouse that our dis-- 1 should put out more tame grass, ' would all get through transplanting tobacco and be ready for har- trict has been in need of for the nave from ten to twelve good vesting their wheat that is about last fifty years, is being built at cows on each farm, erect a mod- ready to be cut. The wheat crop last. The contractors, Messrs. ern creamery for about $3,000 in this immediate community is Henry Well and J. E. Bennett, and clear from $30 to $40 on each ' not much, if any over one half are doing a good job and the cow, and at the same time to building bids fair, when com rebuilding up tHeir farm lands. ' crop. Creamery butter is worth 27 Mr. Geo. H. Nell, wife ..and pleted, to be the best school-- j cents per pound in Louisville1 house in this section. daughter accompanied Mr. Charles Jones, of Cumber- now, and country butter here 15 W. L. Winters, wife and daughter cents. Quite a difference in spent a few days of last week land county, is visiting his son, profits, as well as the work. the with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yates, Mr. James Jones, of this place. We need a "Booster's club" toi at Portland. They put in a day advertise our great resources, seor so Ashing with good results. 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