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Miss Lula Allen, a Popular Teach- No. er, Married to Mr. L. 0. Tay- lor, Last Wednesday Afternoon. LEFT F02 HOME OF GROOM'S MOTHER, Quite a number of friends assembled at the residence of Mr. L. L. Eubank, lasl Wednesday afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock to witness the ceremony of marriage, the vows being taken by Mr. L. O. Taylor, one of Adair county's best young men, a gentleman of high character and standing before his fellow men, and Miss Lula Allen, a popular and cultured teacher, whose hdme has been Columbia since childhood. The ceremony was pronounced beautifully and solemnly by the pastor of the contracting parties, Eld. Z. T. Williams, of the Christian church, and immediately thereafter the couple left in company with Mr. Ray Conoyer and Miss Ada Feese, Mr. O. A. Taylor and Miss Jessie Taylor, brother and sister of the groom, for the home of the groom's mother, Mrs. Ada Taylor, near Montpelier, where the wedding supper was served. The following article was contributed and was published last week, but the OF THE CONDITION Of compositor overlooked setting up the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK name of the author, hence it is reproduced, as readers might have concluded AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE that it was the voice of the paper: OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE "I feel a deep sympathy for Borne of OF BUSINESS JUNE 14, 1912. the men who I have heard are going to RESOURCES. be candidates for county offices next teans and discounts 100 475 39 year on the republican ticket. If I am Overdrafts, secured and informed correctly the line will be 337 C8 strictly and distinctly drawn between U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 25 000 00 the Taf t and Roosevelt forces in Adair Other Bonds to Secure Postal county, when the time comes for nomiSavings 2 012 Bonds, securities, etc 30 223 SS nating a republican county ticket next Banking bouse, furniture, and year, and the first quesiion that will be fixtures 3 400 asked a republican candidate for county Due from National BanU (not 10N034 97 office, will be reserved agents) "How did you stand in Due from State and Private the Presidential race last year?" and Banks and Bankers, Trust upon his answer will determine whether Companies and Savings or not he has any earthly showing to Banks Due from approved reserve win. Under the direct primary law, the agents 43 005 79 republicans of Adair county, will every Checks and other cash items.... 149 14 one have a voice as to who our next Notes of other National Banks 1 103 00 county 'ticket will be, the matter of Fractional paper currency, nickels, andcents 257 51 nominations will not be left to a packed Lawful money reserved in bank, convention or to the county committee, 8 894 20 viz: Specie but to the will of the majority, Woe notes 10 S&l 20 2 900 be unto the candidate who was not on Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of cirthe right side. Roosevelt men will culation) 1 250 W number 3 to Tafts 2 in Adair county. Fred McLean. Total 229 237 63 1 Legal-tender , REPORT 6769. Whafle Wc do to Them Next Year Good Citizen Crosses the Divide. Mr. O. Last Thursday morning, at 7 o'clock, Mr. Cyrua Roy, who lived on the Russell Springs road, eight miles from Columbia, passed over the river of Death. The deceased was one of Adair county's best citizens, and will be greatly missed not only by those who were near to him by the ties of blood, but by the entire neighborhood where he resided from early manhood to old age. He was a very hospitable man, kind and obliging, and for many years he had been at peace with his God, and was ready when the summons came. The deceased was a gallant Federal soldier, serving in the 13th Kentucky Infantry, Capt. O B. Patteson's company. The funeral services were largely attended, and the interment was near the residence. The deceased was seventy-six- . years old last May. He leaves a wife and several sons and daughters, all grown. May God comfort them in their sorrow, and may they so live as to meet husband and father in the land beyond the skies. few days Mr. C. here last Mr. C. iting in Columbia. Oma Barbee was in Jamestown eral days of last week. assisted Mrs. Geo. W. Staples in herr millinery business this season, left for home last week. She wa3 very much, C. Pace was in Columbia b liked here. " ago. Mr. D. B. Waller, representing KenW. Bruner, Frankfort, wa3 tucky Children's Home Society, LouisThursday. ville, was in our midst a day or two C. Jones, of Glasgow, is vis- last week, soliciting aid for this very worthy cause. sev- Personal Mr. J. M. Frazer, wife and two daughters, Miss Laura and Bettie, of Mr. W. A. Russell, Campbellsville, Somerset, arrived last Wednesday. Mrs. Frazer and her daughters will rewas here a few days ago. main several weeks. Mrs. R. Y. Hindman, Mrs. Mary Bigg3, Misses Minnie Kemp, Pearl Hindman and Laura Smythe, left Monday morning to attend the Association at Louisville. State-Educational Program. LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, ess expenses 25 000 00 20 500 00 1 717 63 23 000 00 7 SOI S7 67 51 Execution Sale. By virtue of execution 1909 which issued from the office of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court on the 10 day of June 1912 for theum of ($132. 71) One hundred thirty two dollars and seventy one cents with interest thereon from the 8 day of April 1911 until paid and at the rate of 6 per cent the further sum of ($11. 40) Eleven dollars and forty cents cost in favor of L. C. Winfrey Bank against C.A. Coy.A.D.Coy & J.W.Coy. 1 will on Monday the 1st day of July 1912 at the Court House door in Columbia, Ky the same being the first day of regular term of the Adair County Court at 1 o'clock p. m. or thereabout offer for sale to the highest bidder upon a credit of three months the following described personal property, upright piano, to satisfy execution, interest and cost as the property of C. A. Coy, bond with approved security and bearing interest at 6 per eent from date until paid will be required of the purchaser. This June 15 1912. per-anuRec-Citize- ns In testimony of the popularity of this very excellent couple, many presents were received. The News extends its greetings, trusting that happiness may attend them from the altar and all during the days and years of their lives. For the present the couple will board at the Hancock Hotel, and later will begin housekeeping in Columbia. and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding Due to other National Banks Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers Dividends unpaid Individual deposits subject to check Postal Savings Deposits Total 149 133 70 34 93 The following is the program of the Mr. W. G. Ellis and Mr. J. H. SanFifth Sunday Meeing, Baptist Church, Mrs. W. T.McFarland left last week Cane Valley, Ky., June 29 and 30, 1912. ders, Pellyton, were here last Satur- to visit her Mr3. day. Talraage Smith and Miss Jennye SATURDAY, JUNE 29, Mr. Sam Lewis) returned Sunday Indianapolis. Miss Alma 10:00 A. M. Devotional Exercises, M. morning from Elizabethtown ann Louiswho has been with her sisters D. Prescott. ville. in Indianapolis for the past month, will 10:15 a. m. The object of the Fifth Miss Eunice Spears, of Roachville, return with her mother. Sunday Meeting, D. H. Howerton, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. .7 . P. HutchFrank Harrison, W. T. Underwood. Mr. U. G. Hatfield, a native of Rusinson. Song sell county, the principal of the Scott3-vill- e step-daughter- Mr. I. M. Tuller, who is the manager ' of the Russell Springs Hotol, wa3 in Columbia Monday, enroute to his forMr. T. R Stults started on his re- mer home, Monticello, Ark. During turn trip to Lancaster his absence the hotel will be conducted Mr. J. T. Goodman, of Rowena was by his wife. here a day or two of last week. Misses Johnson, Howard and Annie Hodges, who are visiting at the home Mr. and Mrs. R. T. McCaffree have, of Prof. Neilson, will spend a few day3 returned from a visit toLebanon. this week at the Griffin Spring3. Mr. J. O. Rusaeims in 'the Louisville While there they will be met by the and Cincinnati market this week. Misses Leachman, Greensburg. to-da- Mr. Ralph Hurt spent a day or two in Jamestown last week. Mr. W. H. Lillard, Panville, was here the first of the week. Miss Lola Gentry, ofMadisonville, is visiting Mrs. W. II. Wilson. Mr. Tyler Marshall, Campbellsville, was in Columbia lastJFriday y. s, Mc-Farla- nd, Mc-Farlan- d, State cf Kentucky, County of. Adair ) Adjudged insame. We regret to chronicle the inteilli-genc- e of the unfortunate condition of Rev. T. F. Walton, who was adjudged Correct Attest: insane last week at Burgin, Mercer Braxton Massie Director county, and sent to the asylum. Rev. J. F. Montgomery, Director. Henry n. Miller Director. Walton was pastor of the Presbyterian Church here about twelve years ago. It is our undertanding that he has been in very poor health for some time, and Commissioner's Sale." his physical condition, it is believed, brought on insanity. His last charge before going to Burgin, was Bradfords-vill- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. The people here feel the deepest e. J Hughes, Cashier of the abovqg I. E. H. named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. E. H. Huches. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20tb day of June 1912. G. P. Smythe. N. P. A. C Commission Expires, Jan. 24, 1914. A. D. 33 Patteson S. A. C. 2t W. fl. Jones Jr., Plantiff ( sympathy for the unfortunate minister, Clyde & Maijorie Eubank, Deft. who has many friends in Columbia. By virtue of a Judgment and Order Meeting Closed at Glenvilie. The revival meeting at Glenvilie which was Conducted by Elds Z. T. Williams and Luther Young closed on Friday night of the 14th inst. The attendance was unusually good through- Teddie Slays the Trusts. Teddie of the trusts did say Like Sampson, I my thousands slay. O yes, cried Taf t, indeed you do You have the selfsame weapon too. You honeyfuggle, buck and paw, All donkey's heads are mostly jaw, And of the bosses let me tell You take 'em fried or in the shell. You long to own our Ship of State And claim for booty all her freight. But at Chicago you will feel, A strong desire for the square deal. Let each receive due homage then, For we're primary gentlemen. Though devious ways we oft pursue, We love our country that we do. We have the roller, you the steam, But don't we make a bully team? All this is lovely, but you see We're running of the G. O. P. J. T. Jones, Montpelier, Ky. J of Sale of Adair Circuit Couift, rendered at the May Term, thereof, 1912 in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 1st day of July 1912, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court) upon a credit of six months, the following described property, A certain tract of land situated in Adair county Ky., on the turnpike road, near the town of Cane Valley, and fully described by meets and bounds iu rhe Judgment 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 force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. to-wi- out the entire meeting notwithstanding the farmers were very busy. The results of the meeting were five vis-ab- le t: This paper desires to extend its pro- foundest sympathy to Mr. S. C. and Mrs. S. C. Pemberton, of Horse Cave, who were recently bereft of their beloved son, Tom B. Pemberton, who died a few days ago at Bowling Green. "Tom," as he was familiarly called, was a born gentleman, a friend to every body and everybody was his friend. He was known to agaeatmany Columbians his father, also, having a number of friends in Adair county. The deceased leaves five or six brothers besides his parents. A majority of the brothers are stock dealers and have often been on this market. Mr. Charles Herriford, who was on a business trip to Marion county.'got badly hurt accidentally, last Tuesday. He was driving on the Miller pike, near St Marys, when his buggy was struck and upset by a mortocycle. Mr. Her- riford's left shoulder and left arm were badly bruised. He was attended by Dr. H. P. Smock, and in a day of two was able to return home. i , W U I have an extra milk cow with young calf for sale. Makes over a pound of butter per day. ' She is aberdeen and in every Jersey and but few M. L.. Mitchell, particular. -- Columbia. The P. H. Bridgewater farm, near Cane Valley, Adair county, will be sold by the heirs, at public sale, on a credit or. six ana twelve montns, at the courthouse door in Columbia, at the August county court. About 100 acres in cultivation and Rev. J. R. Crawford will preach at about 90 fine timber. Good residence Carmel church next Sabbath morning. and other buildings. til Aug 1st. In the afternoon, weather permitting on the Griffin Springs hotel lawn, at 0 o'clock. And at 8, p. m., also on Home as Heaven. the lawn, will give an illustrated talk on the stereopticon views. Should the weather prove unfavorable for the open The earthly home is only a type. Our air program, the night service will be town is "a city of homes." In my J held in Asbury chapel. b ather's house are many mansions," said the homeless one of Galilee. Birds Quite a number attended the open air of the air had nests, foxes had holes in meeting at the home of Mr, J. O. Rusthe ground, but he had no where to'lav sell last Sunday afternoon, Rev. Crawhis head. John Howard Payne, who ford preaching a most interesting diswrote "Home, Sweet Home," was al- course. There will uot be an out door so an exile, like his master. In a little meeting the second Sunday in July. village graveyard a tombstone to 'a The services will be held at the church, mother has this homely epitaph: "She and it will be a lecture, "A story of Made Home Happy." Sounds like Christ," illustrated as told by General Christ's "She hath done what she Lew Wallace, in his book, "Ben Hur." could." A real home is surly a happy place built on the hilltop of cheerful-ness- . wanted, 50 boys to sell novelties in, No shadow rests there. Morn- Fairs, shows, and-bal- l games.Be first, ing comes early; evening stays late. write Send 10 cents for terms, Life is a stormy sea, home a harbor. postage ect. W. T. Hodgen, Box 232, I have a Aberdeen at Campbellsville, Ky. my farm that will serve at $1. He is a fine individual and superbly bred. Born, to the wife of W. T." Dohoney, R. K. Young, on the 17th, daughter. 33-t- f Columbia Ky. 3:-3to-da- confessions and one accession from another church. The meeting was a spiritual uplift to the entire community and especially to the church. Glenvilie that use to be called a tough place is now one of the most quiet and peaceful villages in the county. There is a fine lot of young people in the community that have an ambition to do something and be somebody in the world. There are more good teachers in that community than elsewhere in the county in so small a territory. Jan Dudley, Wesley Turner, May Upton, Brice Walker, Libert Webb, John Jones and Elie Strange. These are all 1 can tnink of but there may be others. There is a splendid citizenship there living in peace with each other and with the outside world. So Matthew Taylor would say. W. Pnblic Shools, was in Columbia Miss Annie Hodges, of Greensburg, is visiting at the home of Prof. P. D. Monday, en route to the educational as(Dinner on the ground) sociation, Louisville. He was accomNeilson. 1:30 p. m. The New Testament panied to Columbia by his brother, R. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Smythe returned E. Hatfield, of Russell Springs. Church, R. F. Jaudon, W. B. Cave, from a very pleasant visit to Albany, Wm. Kirtley. Mrs. M. E. Jones, who urderwenfc 2:00 p. m. The obligation of Church last week. an operation at St. Joseph's Infirmary, member to his Church, T. E. Ennis, H, Miss Rena Conover, who has been in ago, accompan S. Robinson, Able Harding. school at Bowline: Green, returned i Louisville, two weeks ied by her husband, Dr. M. E. Jones, 2:30 p. m. The duty of members to home last week. returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Jones support the institutions of ths Church Mr. B H. Gilpin was here the latter stood the ordeal well and will soon be Dr. Alex Shively, T. W, Underwood, part of last week, taking orders from restored to good health. Taylor CounSamuel Currie. our grocerymen. ty Enquirer. SUNDAY JUNE 30. Mrs. Margaret T. Thomas, who 10:00 a. m. Devotional Miss Lois Holladay and her brother. 10:15 a. m. What is the object of the James, returned last week from teaches at Monticello. reached Columbia last Tuesday and will be here during Sunday School, H. N. Phillips. Wm. Kirt- Georgetown college. the month of July. This week she will ley,- Alva Currie, Mr. Mont M. Murrell, who has been be in Louisville, attending the State 11:00 a. m. Sermon, R. F. Jaudon. in college, Georgetown, Texas, returnEducational Association. She has a All are invited to take part in the ed home last week. great many friends in Columbia, having H. N. Phillips. discussions. Miss Rose Huggins, of Harrod's at one time taught here. W. S. Dudgeon, is visiting Committee. creek, Jefferson county, Mrs. J. R. Hindman. The entire county of Marion will vote I will be at my home in Columbia all on the whisky question, wet or dry. Miss Annie Long, niece of Rev. J. this week and a part of next selling at R. Crawford, is visiting in Columbia. This vote will be taken under the Counprivate sale, a portion of my house- She resides at Knoxville. ty Unit law and the election will be hold effects, consisting of a set of furheld September 12. Lebanon recently niture 2 sets chairs, tables, cooking Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mullinix and their voted wet, but the election was conrange and all kinds of cooking utensils, daughter, Miss Sarah, visited in Cum tested, a decision being reached last dishes and many other things too berland county last week. 1 week in favor of thewels. The case numerous to mention, all at a bargain. will now go to the circuit court. Mrs. Bettie Butler. Miss Verna Hurt left Monday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Ed Walker, of MaLast Wedne?day Mr. Walker Bryant, comb, 111., for a few months. county court clerk, issued three mar- Gard of Thanks. Mr. J. C. and Mr. Elmo Strange left J.iUgC lltCiiaca. Jtw mv- - wjv &....w.. secona, tne it was J W. Sublett, brothers, and sisters, Monday morning to spend a day or two second,his hrst application, Mr. Bryand third, the third. want to tljank their neighbors and with relatives at Burkesville. ant says that if an applicant had called friends for their kindness during the Miss Cora Hogard left for the Chicahad heretofore been married three last illness and death of their father, go, Illinois University last week, where who times his licenses would not have cost W. B. Sublett. she will be in study for the summer. him a penny. NOON I 11:00 a. m. Sermon, J. H. Riffe. The funeral of Mr. J. C. Muncie.who suicided at Edmonton, was preached by Rev. J. R. Crawford, of this place, who was in Edmonton when the fatal shot was fired. Mr Crawford says that the deceased had been unbalanced, at times, for quite awhile, and that he was not responsible for the rash deed His business affairs were in good shape, perfect harmony prevailing between himself, wife and children. Last Wednesday at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith, Campbellsville, their daughter. Miss Candace Hord Smith and Mr. Grover C. were married in the presence of quite a number of relatives and friends. They are now on a bridal tour and in a few days will be at their home Laurel, Miss The bride is a cousin of Mrs. Rollin Hurt, this place. Mc-Caugh- an The steam roller which is to put the pike in good condition, reached Campbellsville more than a week ago. It has been doing some work on the streets of the capital of Taylor, and in a very short time will begin operations on the pike. It is our understanding that Mr. Gowdy is determined to make the travel easy between Columbia and Campbellsville. On the eighth page of this paper can be found the speech delivered before a Democratic State Convention, by Gov. J. R. Hindraan, who seconded the nomination of Hon. P. Watt Hardin, for Governor, a number of years ago. It is full of fun. ol Mr. John A. Jones, son of Mr. J. W. A most interesting lecture will be deJones, Glensfork, who has been teaching in Georgia, returned home last livered at the Presbyterian church by Rev. J. R. Crawford, the second Sunweek. day evening in July. It will be "A Mr. W. T. McFarlandjleft for JamesTale of the Christ" Ben Hur. taken town thi3 morning where ne will be ena book that has been read by mil- gaged on a job of work for the next from lions of people. It will be illustrated month. by eighty beautiful stcreopt icon views. Attorney General James Garnett reached home, last Saturday afternoon Mi?s Jennie Garnett, who owns the and will spend this week with his Garnett homestead, is going to make family. great improvements in the appearance spend a great of the residence, and will also have it Mr. R. W. Todd will of the summer in the interest of the made much more convenient. Mr. J. Central University. He is now in A. Willis and Mr. W. C. Murrell have the contract. Danville. ' ot Jellico, I Miss Jennie Garnett, Tnn., is spending a few weeks at the The brick jard will pay 42.5peru home of her brother, Attorney General cord for good pole wood, 4 feet long deS Good, straight livered on the yard. James Garnett. split wood will also be accepted at same Misses Elsie and Anna Coy who have price. Haulers will please call at once been visiting here since the close of the and make contract. Lindsey-Wilsoleft last week to visit W. H. Sims. an uncle in Louisville. i n, Hfec y. Eld. Z. T. Williams returned from A few days ago Mr. J. B. Beard, of Lexington a few days ago. He states near Coburg, met with a very seriou3 that Mrs. Williams, who is being treat- accident. He was driving nails when ed in the city, is improving. one flew and struck him in the right eye, destroying the sight. Mr. Beard Miss Mollie Jeffries will leave for was a great sufferer for several houra. New Mexico Thursday morning. She expects to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs Ernest Jeffries. Mrs. George Cheatham, of this town, has a pumpkin that measures 44 inches Misses Elna Barger, Allye Garnett, in circumference. It was gathered last Clarice 3totta, Rena Conover, liula fall and apparently is as firm now as Royse, Nell Miller, Ethel Moore have when plucked from the vine. returned from Bowling Green school. A young cyclone struck Neatsbttrg, Monday morning'of lastweek, destroy ing the school building and doing considerable damage to fencing and other utbaildings . two-year-o- ld Mrs. J. R. Crawford is spending a .few days in Louisville. On fier return accompanied by her .daughtConvention for she will be Union Sunday-Schoer, who has been visitingln Lexington. Adair county will be held at Mr. Pleasant July 20th and 21st. Miss Lydia West, of Alabama, who THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS The Farmer. The farmer was once caricatured as the embodiment of ignorance and credulity. He was pictured as the prey of gold brick endors. He was thought to be totally without savior faire in personal conduct and far behind informain a tion. But the day when such an idea of the former had such application has gone and evidences that it is gone are to be found everywhere. Here is a very recent one: "Questions asked the prospective jurors thus far have disclosed the fact," says a newspaper dispatch of the trial of the packers of Chicago, "that farmers are closer readers of the news papers, than are persons who live in the city. As a result the lawyers have found that men from the rural districts as a rule have divided opinions on government regulation of business and in many cases are better versed in the intent and meaning of the Sherman act than many of their city neighbors." The old notion of a farmer was always a gross exaggeration. Now it is too far away from the truth to arouse even a smile. The farmer knows fewer things than does the city man, but what he knows he knows thoroughly and not superficially. b'reast-of-the-times ernmental affairs. It is signifi-cathat the Veterans association composed of colored troops participating in the War with Spain, is the nucleus of the present revolt against the Gomez government. Ex. nt hogs, hens, ducks and guineas, but am too poor to own a dog. This being the case, I am out of harmony with my neighbors. North Carolina prefers dogs and ignorance to sheep and ed- I keep horses, cattle, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Advertising "Our Town." Do you take pride in your town? In speaking of it and working for it, do you say "our town?" When you say "our town," the The two houses composing the "greatest deliberative body in the world," United States ConHis Good Name. fine or imprison him, a second is gress, have concurred in their to send him to the Legislature, views as to the Bristow Constituno- and the third is to electrocute William Dean Howells, the tional amendment, which puts velist, recently gave to a promo-to- r him,' but fines, imprisonment the question of the election of an answer that might well be nor electrocution entail as deep a U. S. Senators by popular vote impressed upon the mind of stigma of disgrace as going to up to Superficial knowledge is characthe 48 states now compos every young man. According to the Legislature. ing the nation: the legislatures teristic of dwellers of the city, a story by the New York Times When a citizen of three fourths, or thirty six of particularly of the large cities. Mr. Howells was offered the is mentioned for the Legislature, these states must concur in this The newspaper is the one best presidency of a mining company. he either enters the ministry or amendment, when it will become means of conveying information, "But, sir," Mr. Howells 'pro- - leaves the state. a part of the constitution. Fol-- ! not only of current events but tested, "I know nothing about As weather, personals and lowing is the proposed amendof the course of developments farming seem popular topics in ment; mining or finance." whether the developments be ' "Oh, that mades no difference, your columns, allow me to say "The Senate of the United commercial, civic or political, " We won't we are. now tnreatened witn a States shall be composed of two promoter replied The farmer, cutoff from the the .. ,.,. exnect vou to do anv work We "June freshet." Senators from each state, elect" manv distractions or citv nie.not Crops are late, by reason of so use your name, you ed by the people thereof for aix only reads his newspapers, but only want to much rain in winter and spring. years; and each Senator shall he studies it. He thinks on his know." Cotton is small, but an excellent But Mr. Howells shook his have one vote. The electors in own account. stand. Oats and wheat are fair- each State shall have the qualifiAnd thus his grasp of public head. ly good, and melons are late. cations requisite for electors of "No," he said, "No, I must questions equals where it does I have 300 hills of melons, that the most numerous branch of the not exceed that of the average decline. If my name is so well are late and small. The cold State Legislature. worth using, it must- be equally city man. June weather has stunted cotton, When vacancies happen in the well worth protecting." sweet potatoes and melons. Causes of the Trouble. representation of any State in It may be of interest to some From North Carolina. the Senate the executive authoripeople who know me to learn A copy of a manifesto issued ty of such State shall issue writs that I carded up my 55th mile by the Cuban negro, just receivof election to fill such vacancies. Lattimore, June 14, '12. t on June 8 1912 ed explains the cause of the Editor News: I am always glad to get the Provided, that the Legislature of present trouble in Cuba better After a protracted silence, no News; and to realize that my an- - any State may empower the thereof to make tempor- than any other document or ar doubt relished by your readers, I cient friend, Dr. U. L. Taylor is ary appointments until the peo- ticle that has so far been pub-- ! agajn crave admittance to your alert and vigorous at over 80. pie fill the vacancies by election lished. According to this an(j cherish the hope Where is that rollicking, giddy as the Legislature may direct. festo the cause is the enactment that it may crawl down your youngster, Dr. Wm. Voils? He of a law prohibiting the negroes columns bv August the 15th. This amendment shall not be must be about 106, and when I from organizing political parties ,19 2. so construed as to effect the last heard of him, was playing along racial lines, The reason election or term of any Senator After filling principalship fo leap-fro- g with his great grand for this law is found in the fact Henrietta High School for sever-thchosen before it becomes valid as children, reading without glass-- j about 80 per cent of the'al months, I am now'on my farm part of the Constitution." es and eating green apples. I of Cuba is colored," either pure with those of my family at home. A constant endeavor should be negro or blood mixture; and that If I have any friends in the hope is living and enjoying his made to render every home period of adolescence. this 80 per cent, could easily con- land of my birth, it is my pleasIt will be remembered that cheerful. In every heart there trol the goverument of the island ure to inform them that my oldlived 938 years after should reign innocent joy. There were it permitted to organize est son, W. E. White, won a $20 tethusela was too old to pay poll tax; is often discontent and restlessfor this purpose. The law is in- orator's medal in a ' trial of he and924 years was too old to work ness in homes, not for the want tended to secure control of forensic skill when 12 contestof virtue and prayers, but begovernment to the Spanish ele- ants arid four high schools were the road. Here's hoping the doctor will cause the home lacks sunshine. ment of the population, notwith represented. live many more years. Each member has his part in standing Cuba is a republic. My second son, Lucien, is Melvin L. White. making or marring the happiness The manifesto further clai ms holding down a good job at of hon: e, yet we do not think Each age of our lives has its joys xr n. tttU;i m,r that it was the negroes of Cuba tt;t,4-o1B J old people should be happy, and they any one can add to or take from who drove the Spanish from the ly daughter, Pearl, after grad- - will be if chamberlain's Tablets are ta its happiness as the mother. island with the assistance of Uating at UOrianO institute, naS.Ken to Birenguieu uie u.geauonaiu mnfUl.;B V-pa., keep the bowels regular. These tablets ri licit out. uiuouti io ninu, nn , , r, American forces; that for this government jod at jonnson are mild and gentle in their acton and tient and cheerful all the inmates service the negroes should be City, Tenn. and especially suitable for people of apt to be consale by Paull of that home are As this is a political year, al- middle age and older. entitled to a voice in the governtented and happy. Drug Co. ment of the island in proportion low me to say, that with due In one of the Denver high to their numbers and interests; apologies to Champ Clark and These are the days when the jthat this is practically denied to his "houndawg;" I am for Wil- man who has time on his hands schools girls are being taught them and for this reason they son for President; and North finds it difficult to make up his how to be good wives. The lesoppose the Morna law whose ab- Carolina so instructed. mind whether to go fishing or sons will hardly be effective unrogation they demand, as well Clark is my second choice, but watch the excavating for a new less they include the folly of nagging. building. as" larger participation in gov? alas! I have no "dawg." i self-respecti- ng i i expression has a different meaning from what it does when you say "the town," "this town" or "your town." Practice saying "our town, un- feated him was "agin" everytil you can give it a musical and thing his opponent wanted, and attractive sound that is confi- that is about all the platform he dence inspiring and means the has. We expect nothing of him true loyalty of a citizen. except to shoot when we hold plac- him. A third candidate was for There is a big difference ed on the meanings of words by a whipping post, for giving the the tone in which they are ex- "squires" more power, and makpressed. Some people can say ing every man pay his debts. "come in," in a tone that means He nibbles ginger cakes and stay out more than it does come drinks water every time while in. his opponents are speaking, then In speaking of your town, he arises as one man and an make every word mean confi- nounces the three planks of his dence, loyalty, prosperity, wel- platform, He received 28 votes come, and you will have a town out of k063 cast. We have already three ways of that exhibits all these, The Redegrading and punishing a man tail Merchant. in Cleveland county. One is to ucation. We had a primary recently, in which we nominated legislators, and county and township officers. One candidate was a lawyer, who was for Simmons, our present United States Senator, who helped boost Lorimer, and who voted 19 out of 43 votes for "protection." We saw that he hit the dust. The man who de ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. Claudia Simpson &c Plffs) ! Notice Birdie Walker &c Dfts. ) Pursuant to judgment in above styled case rendered at May term, 1912, I will on Monday, July 1st 1912, at the court house door in Columbia, Kentucky, to highest and best bidder, on a credit of six months, sell six tracts of lands, all of which are situated in Adair county, on Leatherwood creek, near Nell, Ky, viz: One tract containing 1104 acres known as the Leftwich land, and a tract of timbered land containing 29 acres, owned by the heirs of S, R. Walker, deceased; also two tracts of lands, one containing 100 acres, more or less, and the other containing 72 acres, more or less, and jointly owned by G. E. Hamilton and heirs of S. R. Walker, deceased, and both to be sold as one tract: Also a store house and lot, and a dwelling house and lot, at Nell; one 7Jx containing 1 acre and 9 poles and the other 1 acre and 19 poles, and jointly owned by Leroy H Walker and heirs of S. R. Walker, deceased. Bond with approved sureties required as for purchase price. The shares of BirIN. die Walker, William Walker and nob-so- n Walker in the 110 h acre tract, and IN in the 100 acre tract and 72 acre tract, not to be paid, but remains a lien upon said lands bearing interest until said HKaKaeK During Year as 1912 We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List as x $i 50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly X infants arrive at the age of 21 years respectively, or have guardians appointed. Reference to judgment on order book of said court for a more particular description of said lands v W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner 7 Adair Circuit Court. Up ! w ts to the Various States. 7K Courier Journal One Year as IN IX MX Louisville Times and News as ; rr j tk K $4.50 U. G. HARDWICK, Pres. as as as as as X ittKtt7KsssKrt7K ttittAAAA7K?KttAAAK J. H. COCKE, V. Prts. R.H. DIETZMAN-S- ec i ! . WJ.PyneMil& Supply ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 Co. JWIMiWSlGHTS ! DEALERS IN f ,1. mRCflHSUSTS ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfflRTeeNTFf-MM- N. LOUISVILLE B - ; SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank WorK n iajfTFl J y$f jag tgfo cQv' fiiiSaH TMW1 V -- it? ' j ex-exuti- ve JOBBING WORK. SOLICITED sSPWI j All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - -- Population of the World. 391, and in the latter 3S9 women to every 1,000 men. at j j J ! ! i j q ' i ; A I ; i lr The total population of the world is now estimated at 1,700,- No talents, no circumstances, upon the no opportunities, will make a 000,000. This is based most recent censuses, which all! creature a man, withcivilized countries now take with out energy. The bright boys, a careful estimate of the number the geniuses, who take first of inhabitants of uncivilized prizes at school, very often fall lands. The proportion of the to the rear when they are exsexes is known for 1,038,000,000 posed to the long and weary of these, the ratio being 1,000 competition of real life. They males to 990 females. The ratio lack endurance, or they fail in varies considerably in different that energy of purpose which no places. In Europe there are native "smartness" will replace. men to .1,028 women; in It stands to reason that what Africa, 1,000 men to 1,045 wo- mayl)e very brilliant and expert men; in America, 1,000 men to in a boy is far different when 964 w'bmen ; in Asia" 1,000 men to measured by the standard of 961 women; in Australia, 1,000 manhood. He who is content men to 937 women. with the trivial triumphs of The highest proportion of wo- school days will have a poor men is found in Uganda, where chance in the rough and tumble there are 1,467 to every 1,000 of life, while energy and invincimen. The lowest proportion is ble determination will carry in Alaska and the Malay States, through the worst of dunces on where there are, in the former, to success. two-legged 1,-0- 00 ev-x-. IHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS by white people in 1666 and before that time was occupied by The judgment of Luke Ma- The crop of blue grass seed ' the Indians. Exchange. ... thewsla as to weather conditions Atlas Feck let his imagination which is ready to be gathered is can at all times be relied upon, run away with him Friday Loyalty in Business. night considered the heaviest that has In his palmy days he used to be when he saw a strange white been raised for several years. an umbrella mender. something sitting oh a tomb- Central Kentucky produces prac- -' I have been in the business The Mail Carrier's watch has stone in the Dog Hill graveyard. tically all of the blue grass of the world for ten years and I have been left at the blacksmith shop, A home talent play is being world, and the crop of seed is found that the greatest asset for where it is undergoing extensive gotten up by the Wid 0nion one of important revenues of the one to have is loyalty- - to his repairs school teacher and will be pre- - Central Kentucky farmer. The work. And The PokeEasley is spending the sented in a short time at the annual production runs all the It makes no difference wheth-wa- y week at the postoffice, watching Wild Onion school house. There from 300,000 'to 800,000 er you are a clerk, stenographer dirtdobbers build their nest on js supposed to be a real battle- - bushels and this year it is esti- -' or stock buyer. Loyalty to your u- the rafters. This is the onlv!Chin in io nrA u mated may make almost: 1,000,- -' work will advance you quicker job of work Poke ever watched has written to the navy depart- 000 bushels. The price varies than any other asset, without suggesting a better way ment. 40 or 50 cents to $1 per! Let us see what it will do. It from to do it. bushel. In view of the heavy will hold your attention to your The STews one Year and The' Times from Another show is soon to apA Thought For The Boys. crop the sales this year are start-- , work, to your employer and his pear at the opera house in Tick-villmgat50 cents a bushel as it interests, and to anything which Now until the 30 th of November The merchant of that city stands in the pasture, the buyer pertains to your work. W c An r.4- aec .,U ttl . ii uv iiuu r.. umcu wilCLtJll gets in free to all these shows as doing the stripping. For Only Two Dollars. " by3' wh blue grass will produceAn acre of It will keep you ahead of your he furnishes the barrel staves if0"""1 from 15 "job," so to speak. It will call. tears and to P3" for the slap sticks, 30 bushels of seed, and as the attention to ways and means prayers 01 every unristian man Miss Flutie Belcher will wear and woman. Thprp is a nprinrl reaPinS or tne seed m no way which will help you and will uimPairs - the value of the grass ' make you give your best at all her new dress to Tickville in a inthelifpof ahnv wvon w iti.v v. uut iiiicix. ii itrz , few days and will walk cast the U1UIVUJ . llilt3LilIYC:rt- - lltfllUIM III 'tor graining purposes, the sale of times. In other words, it in- w, O. The Price of The Daily Times is 4.50 per show window there to see if some classes, at least, are apt to the seed stands as a special sures your advancement-Rose- , --Marie paid annually Janesville, Wis. Year. Bv subscribing with us at this everything is hanging all right magnify the same, and having premium blue grass sod. to the owner of bemnd- the tact of being more critical Discovers Cause of High Prices. Tobe Moseley read an entire than correct, the matter is time you it nearly six months You Don't Know the Fish. medicine ad the other jnounced to all the world, or to in your subfor 1.00. Send night before he realized what an that portion in which the culprit An Irishman was fishing inai Among the witnesses who ap- awful risk he was running. dwells. That most angelic chris- river when it began to rain heav-- pearea DeIore the lNew ork looa scription for both pae, In a column of plate matter turn gra-- Charity, fails to come !, . investigating commission was H. j-r Pol. that was printed in 'the Tidings t0 tne trembling balance and soaked through, sought shelter ' B FulIerton a truck farmer at pers at once. last week Tobe Moseley read of weJSh he urden upon the sideunder a railway' bridge spanning! Riverhead' L L He said he de a church wedding in high life, of mercy, and so the boy is hoot-- , the riyer and here he pUed his cided to follow his products from and the article in describing the,ed and reviled as he goes "slip- - ;rod with'true Waltonic zeal, ut- - the soiI to the door of the said the bride marched Pin down the ladder rung by , terly regardiess of the trai-n-s that sumer and find out if possible ' You will need a Daily paper During the down the aisle attired in a hand-- , rung," till he is eventually lost mcessantiy thundered overhead, how t haPPened that he receiv-snm- fi j- ed a low twice for what post rhp cnwn TnVAavc nnfVn'no-- to love and trust. There is not. rresenuy n i.i i - -- w r anoiner maiviauai ap- like that could happen in the a od christian woman on earth peared on the 3cene and politely public a lot of money. He found uu buuu 1L ue WU1 nogroru cnurcn as long as he( vv"u miuuiemen Decween nimsen asked Pat what he was doing. only speak kindly and encourag is a deacon. "Two of "pishing," was the laconic re ' and the consumer. ingIy to those wild boys and try In every audience there is a tort. The stranger laughed. them with n0 office but their hats And The Louisville Times will keep you tradition that the girl on the!to draw them into something ' "Pray what is the use of fishing:and lead Pncil3." as he puts it, stage is several years older than thafc ,s good and nobIe Make under the bridge while such an and he decided t0 try an exPeri' , . them realize that they have one . . .,-, Posted. she looks to be. ..Qh ment. ne packed several hamp- ss'mpathe'ic friend The Dog Hill preacher tart shut up, man," replied Pat indio-- ers u1' ot attractive varieties of W'" aS3,St andlnantly. "You don't knov, the veetables and sent by express commended as a delicacy for the Sundav took his text on the f,!I.ea.St;?ne..that Short Stops. a selected list or consumers. ; They'll come under here to , generauon. aeiena m tneir darkest hours. fi table. We should prefer stuffed uvu.kx P T gelectsome wiW give himiout With the hampers he sent a card ot the ram humming birds. But Yam Sims missed the sermon u- -i U; n j saying: "These vegetables are The waiters fear that the new Dressed poultry reached its on account of his mule bemer too arouse the spirit of 3 cent pieces will be used as tips. true man-slofresh from the garden and have Tangier Island. to get there in time. U. maximum when $250,000 was hood and try to impress upon not been handled by five sets of One way to become contented paid for Rem brandt's "Old WoA bridge is never built across him that, .. . with your job is to knock off and mu T, , . nu .middlemen They are quoted in man Plucking a Fowl." a creek if there is any way to get' "it is not all of life to live at $3. If you .'the market y go fishing. apeake bay, 12a miles south of MacVeagh's plan to make mo- around it. One rarely ses a Nor all of death to die" ., , keep them please remit $1.2d. , L, A Central park elephant ob- ney smaller is excellent, but it bridge across a pond, for the UI1U 11(13 UcllLilllUIC, WUC1CUIC In every case the hampers were -, , . jects to the paring of his corns would be a more popular idea to reason that there is a way to . stood still for more that a hun ., Wonders of Surgery. rdiameu anu tne money sent.ine with a jackplane, dred years. Tangier island isi get around it, make it more frequent consumer thus getting the bet- five miles long and much less than L , Louisiana farmers would feel The Tin Peddler came through Jt ., , ,.,, The leaning tower of Pisa ter proauccs ac ie3S tnan nan tne .1 Surgery has taken another d - a nine wue ouC mure tuau .,better about it if they had wantj, pr-cto stand, although the to see us last week. He buys charg(j The people live dn it. There is vance step at the Johns Hopkins ,o00 ed their land irrigated. wag vertical campanile at Venice up all kinds of feathers, and got deducdng where recently three oniy one street, v me xeec wioe. fa A modern pnysician says tumbled down and had to be re- a big lot of bat feathers from Hostital, netted $1,biue warn,,, anu ti - wiuiout ATxo housekeeping is the best known built. . """ Jefferson Potlocks. He Patients suffering from tubercu- houses are all built along this.which was mQre than he former losis of the knee have been cured cure for nervousness. ly got from commission men , . That person who smuggled 14,-0- pays by the pound, but d d not .L, L zne mleccea omcs were er glass eyes into this country have to pay her anything as they Wireless in midair is the latest. . i.l- - uay " """'AH rightfor producer and con J utsLweeu deep water oi tne U.. Ut. cut away and substltuted bv the sumer, but what becomes oi the Yet communication must have thought that the long were so light they did not weigh same parts of a body of a patient each two houses. There b only Hi-- . J ...jr hatpin had committed dreadful anything. is not really a novelty. J- - J Jf. . , IU.UI wno aiea irom one cnurcn presided over oy a, llltiluuuim.H. &w w .. ... Ihe Deputy Constable is still in. normal iieaitn i The reichstag has adopted an ravages. Methodist minister, and only one rnnnincr fnr vp.aUoHati fhonrVi ft A Philadelphia explorer, has antodueling bill, which is one ' Surgeons in Germany have also doctor, and there is no cemetery. gone to Brazil to take moving the great excitement now pre - i. way of challenging the kaiser. Brief Wills. found the oneration siicopRsfnl the dead of each family being .. . . pictures of a boa constrictor. vailing mthe Presidential cam , . :.. ... mu. San Francisco's three mile J !3nu nave Succeeded in putting uuncu ii. mc jam. incic w.w, Perhaps some of them will be in- Ipaign has distracted attention, n bridge will at least be a more lockup! back m Place a nser which had newspaper, no jail, no The deputy has been Probably the document tangible wonder than the Golden side views. been rtl,.ff by a machine, and and no lawyers or any need for, . A messenger boy in Wall street mingling with his constituents in alter treatment, the finger grew them. Every body is deeply re- -, ever probated a3 a will was a Gate. '. . finA AtaA. tnamnvonlnrrt .. .. manV VOtlllff nrPmnf.f.? fnrfVlo, voum. Now an- aviator and. his bride was given 25 cents for restoring again normally. Advanced sur- - ligious, and profanity is punished fe paatsevera. days, and before the "Everything is Lou's," written lgeonsarenow tryjng t0 find a with a fine imposed by the dea.: are about to pass their hpmey-moo- n $621,000 worth of bonds. How by decedent in a railway train different it is in life outside of deebon comes off he hopes to way tQ remove from body con of tbe church. in the air. It simply had meet each and every . voter and ,,. ... record book kept by him; his Wall street! nA afffi fiahill T. mon to come! tell him how well he has always1 and put m their place good lungs i,. in sailboats early on Mon - widows' name being Lula. The omg It is to be hoped the hot air A Detroit man has secured six imcujiim, aiuu wuat a r; lineman taken from the body of a patient day mornings and do not come.1IiauuiIIBUt wa&neiu iu ue suinci-hom- e damages for being beaten generated in the campaign will cents he is. until Saturdays, when they ent as a holographic will, howev-hav- e who had no such infection but not remain permanently in the up by a policeman. It appears Fit Smith was found under a who died from some other disease marketed their sea harvests er in Smitn v- - Smith, 70 South- from this distance to be a poor atmosphere. way to earn money. tree near Hog Ford yesterday or from accident,, In an opera in towns on the mainland. eastern rieponer, 4U1, oy the It will take all of that $1,000,-00- 0 Virginia supreme court of appeal. A Boston man has invented an morning, and was believed to tion of this character the sur There are no gardens, no horses gift to break some farmers a. Dear Uld automatic trombone player. But have been murdered. The cor- geons have already found that or cows, but plenty of chickens A note reading: of planting potatoes in the dark to give you my then Boston may find relief by oner was sent for and after an one infected lung could be en- are raised. Fuel is supplied toiNance: Iwish of the moon. treating it with baked beans and investigation had him removed tirely removed whithout causing the islanders by sIoods. which! watch, two shawls, and also $a You old friend.E. A. Gor-wiThe only objection to a every month or so loaded 00codfish balls. the death of the patient, but come to his home. He was carried in piece is that some factory is sure wood and anchor off Tang-- ! don"" was sustained as a will in a wagon and the noise or the prolonging life, even though the to make a cigar bad enough to fit Makes the Nafion Gasp. ier, sending small boats piles Clard v-- Ransom, 50 California, rough roads woke him up, much other lung was slightly infected. The awful lists of injuries on a Fourth it in price. with cordwood and kindling to 55; and a dated and signed mem-- e of July staggers humanity. Set over to the surprise of those who had very house by means of the lit- -' orandum, "Mrs. Sophia Loeper When the make against it, however, is the wonderful may as a rule be A sprained ankle healinp:, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of their appearance it may become thousands, who suffered from burns, decided that he had been foully cured in from three to four days by ap tie canals. The women wear sun- - is my heiress," was upheld in u olf TTrifVi mai bonnets and go barefooted, and Succession of Shrenberg, 21 necessary to.get larger toy banks cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or exploplying Chamberlain's Liniment and ob- sions. Its the quick healer of boils, ul- erai large purple spots, but Fit serving Annual, 280. The the directions wity each bottle, there is an organ in nearly every Louisiana for the children. cers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25 cts explained these by saying that For sale bv PauI1 Drug Co home. Tangier was first settled Docket. Potted English sparrow is re at Paull Drug Co. The Daily Hogwallow Doings. they were made while eating mulberries, and was only taking a nap when found. Blugrass Crop Heavy. ' j ...... i j Louisville Adair Times News ' j ; ; : County j j e. ' . : , ! i ! ;w, ,- -f i -- get an-pate- nt ' j . -- - j -- , con-occasi- on . i ; -- '-- """6, j I i.i Presidential Contest . j i I I , J"""1 A- - i -- ! ' w ! I I ; to-da- j j i,. i con-tinu- es i ! .,.!.. 1 L e ' - . I I 00 ! L I - up-in-the-- -- j ... ,,,,. .- -, WW r i i , ... I .,., . 'fri, k..:. ... I ' i ! '..,,,..,, i i clo-nor- l - , I ; ., i ,..,,, ,,,.., I I 'h 1 , I . ; J i i ' j A 1 v - nt ! - th half-penni- es ! -- , X u, L - .. ISHtV . -,-. -- .r jjijt tt rr . . . - hr, ,. 1 Jk r- - &: THE ADAIR fHE ADAIR COUNTY COUKTY-KEW- HEWS his present course are qaestions efforts are made ,to nominate a Taft would be nominated with to be settled at the voting booths temporary chairman. Published Every Wednesday BY THE next November. On Monday pol. Jack Chinn Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robertson Absher. President .Tait was highly, were visiting at Mrs. Mat Mar- elated over the nomination, say- government and ignored others Wheat harvesting is the order ,tins' last Friday. ring that a crisses had been aver-- ! The convention was in session ted, it matters not what the re of the day. Dirhjo. continuously from 10 o'clock yesMiss Zella East spent Saturday suit in November. ve an en?ective work in assist- - terday morning until about 11 Harvev Helm night at Mr. H. B. Robinson's. the change of this county o'clock last night, all the Taft S We are authorized to announce that RECEIVES NEWS CALMLY. Messrs. Mont Williams and L. H. Jones, the contractor, Hon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln couuty from the Eleventh to the Eierhth delegates being seated according Congress, iu the is a candidate for Wayne Goode were visitors at has completed Greenbriar school Eight district, subject to the Demo- Congressionl district would have to the findings of the National Mr. Ray Williams last Saturday house and turned it over to the cratic primary to be held August 3, received ample expression of Committee, which were followed Washington Correspondent to night. 912, County Board last Saturday. R. gratitude in the August primary, by the Committee on CredenCourier-Journsays: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Watson and L. Roe, a member o the Board, The nomination of Pres. Taf t had he continued in the race. tials Only a few of the RoosePresident Taft's routine did' sons, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. went and examined the house and Vice Pres. Sherman for re- - Under present conditions it ap- - velt delegates participated in the not vary y despite the news Russell, of Columbia, Saturday and pronounced it first class in election, last Saturday, closed pears that Mr. Helm will have convention, reserving themselves ' from Chicago. He talked with and Sunday. every particular. the most complete political round- -' everything his own way in this for the other convention which an occasional caller, signed a few Miss Audrey Dillingham Mrs. Finis Stotts was very sick is up in the history of American county, unless his opponent was to name the Colonel as their letters and played golf this after- spending a few days with her several days last week but is politics and marks an epoch of should make inroads after standard bearer. Cummins and noon with his two sons, Robert sister, Mrs. O. G. Hendrickson, some better at this writing. if not a complete ing this county. Mr. Helm's La Follette received votes in the and Charles. It was Charlie's, Casey county. Mrs. Mary Oily Gibson who overthrow, of the Republican visit here; his speech in this town! convention. first appearance on the Chevy Congress, are party. Following an established and his record in Messrs. Lewis Moore J. W. has been in feeble health at the In the dying hours of the Re- - Chase links against his father, custom of vindication, at the factors that win votes. pnblican National Convention, in and the President put up his' Sharp and sister, Miss Annie, home of her son, John Gibson, of hands of his party, the President j which he had met defeat, former best game just to show him how and Misses Rebecca and Fannie this place for sometime was re- A Private detective emPloved sought the second term but his President Theodore Roosevelt some, strokes should be made by Brockman were guests of Mr. moved to the home of her son-iby the local Council of women at ambition met the sturdv. un. ; was nominated for President, on a golfer of some years' stand- - Alvin Martin and risters, Sat law, Baker Jessee,of near BreedIndianapolis announced that he ing one day last week. It was daunted, aggressive Roosevelt urday night. tidret The con ing. had secured evidence upon which with his host of associates rusult-- 1 j vention held in Orchestra Hall Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Rice, Mr. j thought that a change of scenery In spite of News that the con-- 1 an indictment could be returned ing in the most bitter and undig--, launched a temporary organizaand Mrs. Ran Benningfield, of might be beneficial to her health. vention was at a point where a for the murder of Dr. Helene nified campaign ever waged in Creed Stotts and sister, Miss tion, and beginning it Elkhorn were guests of Mr. and Knabe, who was found dead in nomination was in order, the' this country. For a time it' will be extended State by State Mrs. G. C. Russell, Saturday and Alice, of Bliss, visited relatives her apartments last year. President stayed on the links unseemed that the administration i here several days last week. Sunday. with the purpose of holding a til long after 6 o'clock and then forces were doomed to defeat Mesdames Mose and Matthew President Taft has pardoned national convention in August. Misses Audra Dillingham Vin-ni- e Joitered back to the White House and that Roosevelt would win in Franklin P. Mays, who was con Puesident Taft's routine did Weatherford, Flora and Ma- Wooten visited relatives at scoring, but there was a victed of land frauds at Port not vary yesterday, despite the at the usual gait: He had a ry the last Sparksville a day or so last week. quiet family dinner in the White j Grant were guests of Misses power whose partisan zeal for land, Ore., in 1907, basing his situation at Chicago, and he reG. G. Campbell attended the Cleo Cave Saturday ' Arva and the President and his policies action upon grounds that Feder-- 1 ceived the news of his renomi- - House, and later Mr. Taft sat on night. funeral of Austin Hurt of Met- played the game which no oppose . al proSecutors pursued improper nation with his usual equanim- - the south portico and read the The social given by Miss Arvaj calfe county last Friday. ing power coma resist, ine mptuniis :n epnr;nr t.hP. man's ity. He gave out a statement convention bulletins. They were taken over from the executive Cave, Saturday evening wasj Dr. Willie Wheat, the Glens-largeNational committee, favorable to COn"viction saying a grave danger to the na- offices one at a attended and enjoyed by fork, patent medicine man, was time and read . unquestionalby was the; Taft, tion had been averted. here last Thursday and did a aloud. The President was par- all. electric button under the thumb There are conflicting reports Senator Bradley did not make ticularly interested in the news Mr. and Mrs A. C. Wheeler good business. of the President, through which ag tQ why Senator Bradly did not his speech seconding the nomi- that Col. Roosevelt was holding and daughter, Miss Lillie, of ' J. C. Campbell bought the his nomination was made acer - make a speech secondinff the nation of President Taft. Some a separate convention. He had .Knifley, were at Mr. Jesse terest in the mill at this place tanty and secured. It is not our , nomination of president Taft. ' of his friends say he was taken no comment to offer, however, Absher's last Sunday. formerly owned by Mose Wooten. business nor our purpose to criti- - j Qne is thafc he was taken quite ill, while others declare his speech and heard the result from the one Mrs. Lucy Grassam, of the'The consideration was ciseor condone the acts of that ,. the other hfa speech too bit. was too bitter in its denuncia- regular convention with the same Mt. dollars, Pleasant neighborhood; is hundred and seventy-fiv- e convention, its history has ter in the judgment of Taft lead- tion of Col. Roosevelt. equanimity he has exhibited since spending several days with her! This puts Mr. Campbell the been given through the city ers. j er of the entire mill. the fight for his nomination be Mrs. Henry Cooley. press as it was made and in every R- - L- - Campbell made a busi- Nearly 350 of the Roosevelt gan. Misses Nannie Cooley and chapter clouds of suspicion hung The only time Mr. Taft failed When the balloting began Mrs. Ethel Russell and sons were ness trip to Fairplay last Thurs delegates declined to vote, and over the victors and as given to make a mistake when an ophastened away at adjournment Charlie Taft assumed full con- visiting at Mrs. Elizabeth day morning. to the people the most besmirchportunity was presented, so far time to tender to Col. Theodore trol of the telegraph room aTthe Cooley's last Sunday. ed nomination ever handed an J. M. Campbell did business at as we know, was at Chicago and White House. He read each Roosevelt the nomination of a aspirant for the presidency of Miss Mary Martin, who was Columbia last Thursday. the truth is that may prove his ' bulletin as it came' in, laughed thrown from a horse, is able to new party. this country. On the other side A United States Marshell visitcrowning and last political blunwas be out again. heroic efforts were made, found561 of when he saw the President Hresident Taft received ed this section one day last week der. gaining, frowned when he wasn't, ed and backed, so charged by exMr. Richard Humphress was and invited some of our neighthe 1,078 votes in the convenbut sent them all post haste to in this neighborhood a few days travagant and unwarranted more than a tion, or twenty-Bn- e bors to come down to Louisville his father. Miss Helen Taft ago. claims under the name of hones-- 1 There is no doubt but Teddy majority. next October and tell where they tyand a "Square deal." Mr. dropped his hat in the ring, and The Jdecision of the Roosevelt was the only one of the family Mr. and Mrs. Fred Faulkner, had been buying their whisky. Roosevelt, on the scene of ac- it is just as evident that the people, under direction of their missing, and she is out of town. Campbellsville. visited at of near Secretary .Wilson and Repretion, in charge of his own cam- - standpatters would not let him leader, to refrain from voting, Delaney Robertson's last Wed paign, was beaten to a frazzle" reach and pick it up. The fact left no other candidate near tlie sentative Hill, of Connecticut, nesday and Thursday;' DR. N. MURRELL but will lead the fight for "my is, Teddy did not get near the President. The. announcement occupied seats of honor in the Mr. Bun Ingram of Columbia, policies" before the people of the ring. of the Taft victory was greeted- - main reception room at the exec- was here a few days ago, and DENTIST entire country through commis- with cheering from his adherents utive .office. Mr. Wilson could was accompanied Jiohae by Miss sion'of the third party to be It is predicted in Baltimore that and groans and hisses from the not find his glasses in the black Annie Robertson. qFTTCE' PHQNIfE I OFFICE' OVER- known as the Progressives. the Democratic National Con opposition. alpaca coat he was wearing, so Mr. Fred Humphress and. sisMr. Taft was right or Cr.r.JPAOE'.a RES. 18 whlch meets t0'day Wl11 When it became absolutely Mr. Hill read. the. bulletins to ter, Ella, were shopping wrong at Chicago, whether Mr. tl0n' in Roosevelt is wise or unwise in have a fight on its hands when certain early that Mr. him. DRDO 8TO: one day last week. -- withdrew from the fight for the ( Incorporated.) Democratic nomination for CongEDITOR. ress in this district leaving the CHAS- S. HARRIS race to Congressman Helm and Democratic newspaper devoted to tlie Mr. Sullivan. This action came the City of Columbia and the people as a great surprise to the many Ad&lrand adjacent counties. friends of Col. Chinn in this part as secEntered at the Columbia of the district who were giving nfl class mall matter. him loyal support, not merely i?ED. JUNE., 26. 1912 for the good expected of him in the future, but as truly for un- Democratic Ticket. wavering fidelity to our party in-- ! terests in its troubles of the past. If there is a truer Democrat in For President who has nsnAP w t TTNnRwnnn '' v.i. ijuiv "' of Alabama. 11 wjut, 'the State, one made more faced sac more danger or rifices for the party than Col. Announcements Chinn. we have no knowledge or such a one. True to tne parFor'Congress ty; true to friends; unflinching in v e are autnonzea 10 announce J acK ; Chinn a candidate for Congress in the battle, and unwavering in his eighth district, subject to the action of active, loyal support to the Dem the Democratic Primary to be held Au- ocratic party, he will merit any gust, 3rd. gift of the honor in the of the district. Democrats Sullivan. We are not informed as to his .' withdrawing, but be We are authorized to announce J. A.. reasons for Suliivan, ofjMadison county, a candi- - they what they may. Col. Chinn date for CongressZin this the Eighth wjjj ever jjave a warm spot in District, subject toj the action of the Democratic;PrimaryltoJbe held August the affections of many true,Dem- 3, 1912. ocrats of Adair county. His ac- Post-office Adair County News Company, -. out difficulty the leaders in control of the convention decided to The Republican National plat- give him as a running mate his form declares for high protective companion on the ticket in 1908. tariff, but fails to say a word SHERMAN ONLY CANDIDATE. against the trusts. All others dropped from the race, and Mr. Sherman was the The Republican National Comonly candidate regularly placed mittee can't fix the people for before the convention. A MoTaf t like it fixed the delegates. tion from New Hampshire to Chicago was in the ring last make the nomination by acclamweek but Baltimore is on the ation was declared out of order. There were many scattering map now. votes on the rollcall that ensued. The convention, amid much This country is not yet committed to the Third Term policy. confusion, adjourned sine die. The Seventh Annual Assembly of the Proctor Knott Chautauqua 12. Associotion Lebanon, Ky., July 3 to Beautiful Grounds. Ideal place for Camping. The Greatest Platform Attractions Daily Band and Orchestra Concerts. ' V-- i At no time was there an indiThe country is safe for the cation of a walkout of Roosevelt present. delegates. They expressed their revolt by silence. Taft snd Sherman. Courier-Journ- al Base Ball Every Afternoon Grand Fireworks on night of July 4th. Make your arrangements now for Camping and I ..:. .From Sunday William Howard President Taft was renominated by the Republican National Convention in Chicago last night. Vice President James S. Sherman was named as his running mate A platform was adopted which took a fling at some of Col. Roosevelt's pet principles of In the confusion just before adjournment a resolution was adopted giving the National Committee power to declare vacant the seat" of any man on the committee refusing to support the nomiees of the regular convention of 912. 1 attending this Great Chautauqua For Program and information write W. O. Dilley, Secretary, Lebanon, Ky. Sherman's vote was 597. j j i I I al ; j to-da- j t i i ! i visit-disintigrati- on, I ; i j I j ! ! t j : n- j j i j I tot t to-da- y, I j i j ly j i j ! i I in-ne- ar ! own-daught- er, ; j t J. ! ven-Wheth- er Co-lumb- er, to-d- ay A,J "J& " p V vra THE ADAIR CvOUNTY NEWS Good Homes, I Will offer for Sale Good to the Highest and best Bidder Investment. on Thursday, July, 11th, at 1 o'clock, 60 WELL LOCATED BUILDING LOTS 60 And 3 well improved lots with, nicely furnished Cottages, and all out Buildings making very desirable homes. All this land adjoins the property upon which is located the FAMOUS RUSSELL SPRINGS, which Is known throughout the State pf Kentucky for i ts properties, a'nd is also within an easy walk of the best school in Russell county. Located in the town of Russell Springs, a town wonderful Health-givin- g that is rapidly growing and supported by a large scope of good farming and timber lands. Our terms will be easy so that the man with small capital may have an opportunity to buy a home with little cash to invest. We will be entertained by the music of a good Band and upon the day of the sale will give to the lucky party a deed to one lot without the investment o one cent. Absolutely Free. Come every body and enjoy the day and profit by your coming. R. Q. Woods, Stock Owners Attention. examin- Russell Springs, Ky. speeches in other territory for the Democratic ticket. He was Have your aged horses teeth also a member of the platform ed, diseased teeth cause blindness loss upon of flesh, weak eyes, necrosis of bone, committee four years ago, abscesses nasal gleet and fistula of the which Bryan made his race. jaw. should be laid Uneven and enlongated molars prev- Little differences ent proper mastication of food produc- aside at Baltimore, and perfect ing colic, indigestion and general debili- harmony should prevail. ty. Sandusky & Co. Wholesale and Retail Buggies surreys Runabouts, LUMBER All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. f The Democratic Convention at Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Baltimore now in session, may Office at residence near Graded school, prove a lively gathering and may Columbia, Ky. create some heat along the line 34 of debate. It may also surprise of Jamestown The the country in making its nomiLodge will build a hall on the east corner of the public square. All arrange- nations but one thing seems cerments have been made for the work. tain, it will evidently escape the Mr. G. F. Stults and two other odium of theft and robbery as gentlemen had fine luck spontooning no chances for steal or holdup is catfish last Thursday. They got eight, afforded by contesting delegapounds. the lot weighing forty-fiv- e tions. Under present conditions Z. T. Williams and Luther Young will begin a meeting at Edmonton on it bids fair to offer the voters of Monday the 24th of this month and will the country and able, progresscontinue ten days or two weeks. ive nominee with no taint of There will be an all day singing at old fraud on his commission. Purdy next Sunday, conducted by R. L. H. .Jones 2-- m Odd-Fello- Examination free Columbia, Kentucky. Woodson Le Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Oar Load Of Bu-o-ies LOUISVILLE Latest Quotations Shipping steer Beef steers Fat heifers 2nd cows MARKETS Sheer on Live Stock S7.007.50 Hosiery Weights Plus Guaranteed Wear A E handle the only 25c sheer " silk lisle guaranteed hosiery made. Its heel, toe, sole, knee and top are heavily reinforced with strong linen thread but its body is sheer and thin, seamless and smooth. It's Buster Brown's CATTLE Cutters Canners. Bulls Feeders 7 Stockers Choice milch cows Common to fair cows HOGS 5.506.50 J 4256.00 3 004.00 2.003.00 3.255.00 4.253.75 3.755.50 35.00-45.00 00 55 Saturday. ... 15.00-35.- P. Grimsley and invited. Bring well-fille- others. Every body i d baskets. ' For Sale I have some household and c fuQT,rt:clT,00f ou, v . . goods which I will sell privately Call . xvumbii, main.. Best lambs pen- the Sherwood dollar-a-da- y and see them Culls s n. Hancock. sion bill apply to veterans of or- - Fatsheep I have a lot of good brick for sale at my place 2S miles west of Cane Valley. 34-3t ther The House Pension Committee reported favorably the bill recently introduced jointly by Representatives Langley and Choice 210 up Mediums, 165 to 210. Pigs Roughs SHEEP AND LAMBS 7.75 7.65 6.50 7.00 "DarnlesS" Guaranteed Hosiery Saturday June 22nd. Main ,. 25c a Pair 5.00 6.00 Dollar Box Guaranteed 4 Months guar- If it fatls to outlive its signed " 3.005.00 3.00-4.00 W. L. Farris. ganized Union Militia, and affecting about 3,000 persons in Kentucky and other states. Representative Martin ton has prepared a resolution calling for congressional investigation of charges of bribery at the Republican National ConvenLittle- GRAIN. antee of four months, new hosiery will be furnished free without argument. Greensburg was Blocked! for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. Street Wheat Corn. 105 SO For Men, Women and Children. All Colors,. Weights, Styles and Sizes Buster's Hosiery is bought by our shrewdest, most thrifty customers for their families. Over 99 per cent of Buster Brown's "DARN-LESS- " Hosiery outlives its guarantee and it's been a boon to mothers who detest darning. Born, to the wife of O. D. Smith, Jamestown, on the 19th, a daughter. Local Market. To-day. Dr. S. P. Miller is having the ell of his residenc raised another story, and front and back porches built, which will add greatly to the appearance of tion. the home. Read the statement of the First National Bank. The institution makes a fine showing. Dr. F. H. Winfrey Eggs. Hens. Chickens Cocks 12 During the day Town Marshall caiTadl on to clear the street. What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. -- 3 15 is selling the Watkins remedies in Russell county. Wednesday. The medicine has given great satisfat-tio- n in Adair courity. President Taft and his wife ancelebrated the twenty-sixt- h niversary of their marriage last Turkeys. Geese... Ducks. . . Wool spring clipping Hides (green) 1018 8 42 4 00 25 3 ! Feathers Jack Chinn has withdrawn from the Congressional race in this district, The race is now between Helm and Col. Russell Spring Hotel 1 6 miles East of Columbia Ginseng Beeswax Yellow Root May Apple(per lb) - '... Vi m. H. Russell & Co. Columbia, Ky. - Quality, Jones h. H. (Jones Styles and Easy Riding. 50 o Jones & JOfteS- - Sullivan. Now - Open for Guests Wilson Store. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist 9 years experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONE NO. 7. A very light crowd attended the openSpring greatly improved Mr. Joe Wilson, who has been ing of the Russell circuit court which week.- A convened Monday of last in Illinois for the past eight great many farmers were detained on If Ice can be secured, Ice Cream and months,returned home last week Lemonade served every Saturday teir plantations cutting wheat. He was accompanied by his sisafternoon and night. Mr. Geo E. Wilson has rented Mrs. and recuperate your health and ter, Mrs. Flora Burton. Bettie Butler's residence and has mov Come Mr. George Reeves made a flyhave a pleasant time and rest. ed into it. Mr. Hanks Goff will occupy the residence vacated by Mr. Wilday Rates: $1.00 per day, $5.00 ing trip to Glensfork one son. REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man, the' Mower and Binder man, the Gasoline Engine theFarm. man, - Implement man. several months. Mr, Silas M. Roy passed away The end came at his home near Mr. F. B. Simmons will have Evidently there will be a scrap , I. Yl. Tuller, Proprietor. charge of the mail route from Roy, Thursday morning, j June 20th, 1912. He leaves a wife, at Baltimore over the election of Ozark to Roy after July 1. GREENSBURG, KY. two sons and- - one daughter: and temporary Chairman. Mr. Par--, STOCK NOTICE Mr. E. B. Powell, of Pellham, f a host of relatives and friends to ker, of New York, has been se New Barber Miod. was here on business a'few days mourn the loss. jersey Bull merly occupied by Geo. T. FlowThe funeral lected by the committee, but Mr. v' ' Regis- ago. Thoroughbred was held Friday morning inthe ers, Jr. He respectfully- - asksi Bryan and the Wilson forces will We have a Bull that we will stand tered Jersey bet- - presence o a large crowd, Miss Annie Hardin is no oppose him. It is claimed that after Mr. Leo Swanson, a barber of for a share of the patronage at $1.00 at the gate, at our home ' . he is not a progressive, but in on the Somerset road lh miles ter at this writing; which the remains were laid to eight year's experience, has . here. ' a. every national convention be has from Columbiar Miss Ruth Bryant left Monday rest in. the Freedom burying opened a shop in the Russell building in the apartments for 31-Garrison Bros. left his own State and made for Illinois where she will spend ground. per week. last week. WOODSON LEWIS 1 j - . : 4t r' 6 r THE ADAlh COUNTY NEWS A Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation Although those may dispute it who Jiavo not tried it. yet thousands of others, who speak from personal experience, assert that there is a permanent cure lor chronic constipation. Some trouble never came back on them, while others admit they took several bottles before a steady cure was brought about. 's The remedy referred to is Dr. Syrup Pepsin. It has been on the market for over a quarter of a century and has been popularized on its merits, by one person telling another. The fact that its strongest supporters are women and elderly people the ones most persistently constipated makes it certain that the claims reKarcUns it as a permanent cure for constipation have-nobeen exaggerated. cathartic It isornot violent likeoperates pills, waters, but gently, salts Cald-Tvell- Crocus. 9&d&)j(Sti testify they were cured for as little as lifty cents, years aso. and that the Mr. Lafayette Blair who has been on an extendid visit in Texas, returned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Miller's without Krinincr and without shock to system. It contains tonic proper- the Vilrlrpn have returned home ties that strengthen the stomach and J 11 bowel muscles so that in time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with and irom scnooi at uanvme to snena nature is again solely relied on. fUp VarflHnn wifh fVipir parents, Among the legions who testify to these facts are J. F. Blankenship, Sharon, Tenn., r JoOm, tO tlie Wire 01 Ml. J. n U. and Beulah I Rogers. Kosmosdale. Ky., and they always have a bottle of it in the ' tj j t, .e u DraClSnaW a nne DOV. I ' j WEEKLY 2 : PNEUMON left me with a frightful cc ich &i d very weak. J had spells when, ir ra.d hardly breathe or speak for I to 20 minutes. Mv doctor could r zlclv me, out iwas completely crrr. L 1 1 t T- 11 . i GOU RER -J- OURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a Na cional Newspaper, Democratic in politics.- - It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL 1 OR. KING'S New Blsooverir Mrs. J. E. S1.00 Cox, Jolitt, I... DP.lGG'STS, t remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simplv addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.. Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. house, for it is a reliable laxative for all the family from inrancy to old age. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this ! 50c AND AT ALL BWTV7?3iMIK Mr. John Jones who has been teaching Georgia returned home last week. Mrs. M. A. Loy and children, Greensburg, spent last week with in C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY The Adair Countv News and Both One Year for $1.50. J Courier-Journ- al her parents. A large crowd attended the baptizing Sunday evening. Mrs. B. Melson is very sick at present. ' NEWS " I AND THE ADAIR BOUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR .1... - " liuuiiiiuiiutiiiuuittittiiiiiiiitniiaiuiaiitiuiiattiuati3 Mr. Geo. Morrison, Miss Atta Grant, Mr. Silas Cundiff and Miss Caroline Taylor were married a few days ago. Mrs. S. A. Antle, Special Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Attnetin to Eves sur- Russell gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Men ey due when work is done or stcck removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES Spavin or any 1 Woodson Lewis I Springs, is visiting Mrs. B. S. Miller thib week. The addition to Mr. J. V. Dudleys house is nearing completion. Miss Nell Miller returned from Bowling Green last week. Mr. J. C Miller, our expected architect, left for Louisville Thursday where he will for sometime be engaged in the work of his profession. 1 Mr. W. A. Collins is very sick if you will give1 or send 30111 order to this paper riiot to the Courier-Journa- l. RESIDENCE. ON BURKSY1LLE STREET. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6.00 $2.00 1 Joseph Cj H. Stone, w The great Green River Merchan- H dise Distributor, has just Received a lr 3 Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - E 3 in I Sunday Courier-Journ- Attoney-At-La- Yr Will practice in this and adjoining couniie;. : We can s;ive you a combination cut I. Jamstown, Kentucky, Shoes &c. at Popular prices. :: off. at present, Ozark. s Which E5 5 i rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. f g I.WlW lltlL he is offering mmwmmmmm m 50 Suits carried over at one Third . fEld Wyatt Montgomery wife and babies, are visiting his mother, sisters and brothers, at this place. Miss Annie Harden is in a low state of health, she is at the home of Mr. Green Reynolds this , place. l iiiiiiiiiii BIS 2 Second Pat. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to Es give Satisfaction, wire and wire r fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay E5 1 you to consult me before buying. Ten" carloads of the best Fertilizers atjprices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy ji your Fertilizer from me and youwill always know what you bought. Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Sz Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for H Best Pattent Flour per bbl - $6.25 4.75 4.25 Attention! The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. mz Read The Courier sr C: 3 Miss Pearl Bell who has been 2 clerking for J. C. Montgomery cr'for a year, will return to her! E home in Clinton county in a few ' days. Sbe is loved by all who S , " This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to l t j ZZ. have met her. , Dr. Taylor and family, of Montpelier, were visitors at the . The"News, Columbia, Ky. Journal? HENRY WATTERSON j 2 ; ( home of Mr. Frank Montgomery ( I Have a Full Stock of tz S ' last Sunday. Missess S' Lula' BryantFannie spent mmmmmMMM m Maupin and Sunday week with approved surety or securities, - 3 jrg 2 i is iri Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop of wheatand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushefmore than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? ?r gr must execute bond bearing legal inter-- J est from day of sale until paid and hav- Z? All early planted gardens look ing the force and effect of a Judgment. It costs more to live in this, Bidders, wi?f.bft prTred tocom well most every family have the month cf June, 1912, than i-terms. Zj been eating vegetables. Mrs. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. ever before in the history of the iiiiiin High Prices. to-da- Editor. We CanFurnish You wifh Mr " SalKo "Rof- The Adair County News and the I - Robert ! , H Satisfaction Guaranteed. Hudson was the first to 5 have beans, she has been using Commissioner's Sale. ;E beans two weeks. The wheat crops will soon do ADAIR CIRCUIT court, KENTUCKY. ST to harvest,-i- t is not very good. ) .T. H. Young, Plaintiff, Corn looks very well. Nellie & Larance Curry, Deft, By virtue of a Judgment and Order Sri Mr. and Mrs. Hall, of Virginia, of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderparents of Mrs. R. B. Reaves. ed at the May Term, thereof, 1912 in E are here on a visit to her daugh-- s the above cause.for the sum of one hunj I j" jr i I dred and thirteen dol. 28 cents, with the interest at the rate 6 per cent, per 19 day of Mr. and Mrs. Rue Mont- - annum from the costs and ?38:60, gomery, of Columbia, were visit - ' "ntn. pTaid herein, shall proceed to offer Si ; j. .Bryants a few for saie at the Court-houstors ac Mr. door in Col Ky., to the highest bidder, at umbia days ago. Public Auction, on Monday the 1st day GREENSBURG, KY. of July 1912, at one o'clock p. m., or Commissioner's Sale. thereabout (being County Court) upon a credit six months the following det; A certain scribed property, iinnmnTHfflTnnnmmmfflmmmmmTnnimimmnmnTBs ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, tract of land situated in Adair County KENTUCKY. Ky., on Green River containing 90 acres ) N. M. Tutt, Plaintiff, j Rachel Hughes &c ..Deft., f more or less, and fully described by By virtue of a Judgment and order meets and bounds in the Judgment and of sale of Adair circuit court, rendered order of sale, to which reference is at the May term thereof, 15)12. in the made. above cause, I shall proceed to offer for. For the purchase price, the purchasCourier-Journ- al door in Colum- er with approved surety or securities, sale at the Court-hous- e bia, Ky , to the highest bidder, at pub- must execute Band, bearing legal inlic auction, on Monday the 1st., day of terest from day of sale until paid, and Ends Hunt for Rlchfilrl. ache, fainting and dizzy spells they pro- July, 1U12, ac one ociock p. m , or having the force and effect of a JudgOften the hunt for a rich wife ends' mote. Everywhere they are woman's- - thereabout (being County court) upon ment. Bidders will 'be prepared to when the man meets a woman that uses favorite remedy. If weak or ailing try a credit of six months, the followirg de- comply promptly with these terms t: A certain Electric Bitters. Her strong nerves them We at Paull Drug Co. scribed property, W. A. Coffev Master Commissioner. tell in a bright brain and even temper. tract of land lying in Adair county Ky., complexion and rudy Her peach-blooIf the inhabitants of Mars are on the waters of Russell creek, and fullips result from restful sleeps; her elasNow is the time to have your Rubber 12 feet high as some poople think ly described by meet8 and bounds in the Judgment and order of sale, tp tires put on. I have fresh rubber tic steps from firm, free muscles, all no doubt they find it easy to which reference is made for a more made thisy ear, prices lower than, ever telling of the health and strength Elec ' and am prepared to pa!nt Buggies, also trie Bitters give a woman, and the free - reach the sirup pitcher at the particular description. call and get prices and see my work. dom from indigestion, backache, head- - breakfast table For the purchase price, the purchaser S. rV Eubank. 8t ter-S- i i WOODSON LEWIS r t. e' to-wi- The Adair County News and Daily to-wi- United States, except perhaps Weekly during wartime. Prices were high a year ago, but y " they are on the average Courier-Journ- al nearly ten per cent, higher according to trade authority quota Both One Year tions. Food products are thei highest on record. Meat, eggs, butter, fish, coffee, tea, sugar, For $1.50 salt, molasses, rice, beans and' peas average twenty-tw- o per We can also give liberal cent, higher; wheat, corn, oats, combination rate with Dailv barley, flour, etc.. thirty-thre- e per cent, higher. Fruits are the or Sunay Courier Journal, Corn-grow- n only things good to eat that have Write Courier-Journ- al cheaper during the last pany, Louisville, Ky., for twelve months, but they are still f editin higher than in 1910. Leather free SamPk desire, but be sure to products cost twelve per cent. and chemicals and drugs thirteen send your subscription order percent, more tnan a year ago. to this paper NOT to the Textile goods, however, are a trifle cheaper. Economists dif- Courier Journal. , fer as to the reason for the general upward tendency of all comwhen yourj child has whooping cough modities during recent years, be careful to keep the cough loose and which has been world-wid. j j ! yu e. m -- There is no deal need of anyone being troubled with constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets will cause agreeable movement of the bowels without any Give them a trial. J unpleasant effect. For Sale by Panll Drug Co, expectoration easy by giving Chamber-Iain- 's Cough Remedy as may be required. This remedy will also liquify the tough mucus and make it easier to expectorate. It has been used successfully in many epidemics and is safe and! sure. For sale by-- Paull Drasr Co. I- -' -f "j -- v r' w - -- - kJV f dt iJtJfh , J THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS Freedom arfd License. Carrv Cheer Into the Stable. Bad Spells " 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 doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad soells. 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- A cheerful spirit carried into a Evening stable full of stock will make The Richmond, Va., Journal was indicted for sending that place just like itself. Did obscene matter through the mails you ever think of it? A sour.un-happ- y the matter being complete reexpression, and roughness ports of the testimony on the tri- when opening the stable door, al of Henry C. Beattie, Jr., for will put every animal on the de- the murder of his wife, and the fensive, ready to kick and reThis, according to the Jtheory. case was called before Federal sent. Besides, good cheer is was the ritual equivalent of a 1911 Judge Waddell at Richmond. distinctly advantageous in the FOR mountain. There was no dispute as to the production of meat, milk and BRIGHTER, BETTER, sending of the testimony in the wool. The milker who "croons Into the flat lands between the Tigris and Euphrates came columns of the paper through to the cow". is encouraging herto BIGGER THAN EYER Babylonians the mails, but the Journal in- do her best. The same rule ap- the ancestors of the Assyrians out of the moun- THE REGULAR PRICE OF sisted that it had the right to plies to the family and help. Let and tains of Arabia. There they' If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, print and publish testimony giv- happiness and cheer predominate had worshipped the storm god, HE LOUISVILLE TIMES to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more en in open court on the trial of a everywhere, day by day. Farwho dwelt upon the heights! than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, case and that any other ruling mer's Home Journal. by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. has been used among the clouds, with whom would be an infringement on the IS A YEAR. They found it of real value in relieving their aches and they communed, like Moses, by Want Homes, freedom of tne press. pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved climbing up and making their and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for Judge Waddell upheld the conHome Children's The Kentucky YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDE offerings and saying their pray-'I- F use, at once, by you. Try it, today. tention of the Journal, and the Society has a great many little people needing homes. They have quite a ers upon the summit. And be- uiananooea. lenn., Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Medicine TO US, YOU CAN GET indictment was quashed. It was, number of attractive babies, as well as " Home Treatment lor Women, sent tree. J 57 book, for Special Instructions, and cause there were no mountains both no doubt, a right ruli ng. If older14childrenofofage. sexes up to 13 in their new country they erect- - Til C AH AID years and & fflllWTY courts should be allowed to draw The children are expected to be treat- ed beside every temple a little! I8IL IAJUN1.I the line so closely as the United ed as members of the family, sent to mountain In the yard, Thus the It is now well known that not more Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 1 etc. We only NEW! States claimed on the trial of the school, our children with christian zikkurat, and then . the minaret, than one case of rheumatism in ten replace quires any internal treatment whatever. Journal, the lines would speedily famlies. Dr. James Tripletl and then the campanile and then AND All that is needed is a free application come to be drawn according to If any of the readers of this paper the steeple of the parish church, j can give a child such a home and would of Chamberlain's Liniment rnd massagthe political leanings or holdings like to take a child to raise, if they Dentist. George Hodgers in Atlantic j THE L0UISVILEE ing the parts at each application. Try of the administration that might will write to the Kentucky Children's Magazine. it and see how quickly it will relieve Home Society, 10S6 IJaxter Ave., JEFFRIES BLOCK be in control of governmental Louisville, Ky., they will take the the pain and soreness. Sold byPaull TIMES KENTUCK) COLUMBIA affairs. The statements publish- matter up with them. Drug Co. What the Mosquito Cost.s Geo Sehon. ed by the Journal were tranState Supt. BOTH ONE YEAR The foremost authority on the scripts of the testimony taken mosquito, Doctor Howard, of the during the progress of the trial. FOR ONLY In that sense they were legiti- CAUSE AND REMEDY, Department of Agriculture, has mate items of news, and the more than once called attention THE LOUISVILLE TIMES freedom of the press warranted 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD Uncertainty of the immediate to the enormous money losses their publication, though a due future is looked upon by many men caused by mosquitoes. It ap - the best afternoon paper prin- We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long K, of affairs, as a blockade to enter- pears that the value of real es- - rod anywhere. as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights regard for the proprieties ought prise and business prosperity, and to have kept the objectionable this blockade is now quite apparent tate in regions infested by them and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. Ha3 the best corP3 of corre3 r SBINCH matter out of the columns of the throughout the channels of trade. is reduced beyond calculation, ... J555L The Presidential Election; the Journal as it was kept out of the efforts of Congress with no fixed The development of one whole pondents. associated press peports and out purpose; Organized Labor as a new state New Jersey has been Covers the Kentucky field per- factor in politics; together with held back by the pest. f other Richmond papers. nrher matters of greater or less In many states lands eminent- - f ectly. In quashing the indictment import, represent at this time a of separate inter- - , fifc d fl fl Judge Waddell said that "repu- chaotic conflict which now the Covers the general news field f& 6 J is ests, to harmonize mg cannot be effectively used table newspapers would be gov- problem before the country. completely. All want Prosperity, Peace and for such purpose because of at- erned by common decency in "Dnorl lvifh earn fhf I in- Has the best and fullest mar acting under the confirmed right cinnati Enquirer, a journal that tacks of mosquitoes on the cattle, IN SIX MEIGtlTS" ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) of freedom of the press." He prints all the news each day from thus reducing the yield of milk, kets reports. vicinity of New York and j was right in that also. Very Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. Ve A DEMOCRATIC in politics, bui much of the testimony on the ranges and effects that points out, Philadelphia there are large trial of Beatty was unfit for pub- as a Beacon Light, the danger and jareas of Iand rendered almost; fair to everybody, the safeguard therefrom. 116 East Market Street, Eetween First and by swarms otcpiun lication and ought not to have Brook. As well known, the Daily En- - uninhabitable VftUP IIRPPIP been published. The Journal auirer is the largest in size and these insects, notwithstanding Louisville, Ky. priced paper in the United exercised its rights under the highest yet cheapest, measured by cne destruction of thei Dreeamg . States, TI0N RIGHT WAY Some Don't for Wives. guaranteed freedom of the press. quality and quantity. places. Don't get off the car till its . .. The Weekly Enquirer, with the ' , some parts But there is a distinction between or the north- -' in StODS." cream and digest of all the news, Kentucky Fair Dates, A few "don'ts" for wives were freedom and license. Owens- - able and conservative editorials, western states horses must be given by the Rev. Dr. W.W.Bus-- ! It was probably the first timelboro Messenger market reports, methods and re- - covered in the daytime withHarrodsburg July tard, pastor of the Encilid.avenue that from the lips of a stranger ' " Experiment Stations, veterinary sheets to protect them from at- Baptist church, of which John came the verdict that the world Due to Lack of Advertising. matters, Peoples torum, choice tacks of mosauitoes. It has Mt. Sterling July D. Rockefeller is a member, in had begun to look upon her as literature, short and continued stor- - been estimated that the cost of sermons, general ies. 3. Georgetown July his sermon Sunday night. Some an old lady. Thirty or forty years ago the information, etc., with the exclusion house screens in the United Berea Fair August of them follow: n. She must have known that her Mammoth Cave shared honors of all matters of scandal and im- gtates fa gomething Hk t morality, is today the Cleanest Versailles August Don't marry a man for a living, shoulders were a bit stooned with Niagara as a point of in- Weekly Family Journal obtainable. hon dollars a year, Mt. Vernon August but for love. Manhood without but old? No, not just in the terest for travelers. No Amer- Each issue is alone worth the price Young man if you expect to Vanceburg August of a year's subscription. money is better than money prime of life, and the very idea ican felt that he knew his own Solicitors for subscriptions make attain success you must work, Litchfield August without manhood. ! of that man calling out: "Watch country till he had visited the a handsome profit and increase the Success does not Brodhead August crown the ef-wonderful opening in the earth. good influence of The Enquirer in Dont overdress or under-dres- s; out, grandma!" Lawrenceburg August the uplift of morality and industry, forts of a boy who runs away common sense sometimes d welfare But after all, what matters No foreigner visiting the United and for the betterment Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 from ghool d Wk w States was expected to return to of the community. For terms write is better than style. A wife what the conductor said? There Hardinsburg August Cincinnati, Ohio. ons. Success does not crown the with a hobble skirt and a hus- is a rumor of inner conscious- his own land without see- to The Enquirer, Columbia August efforts oi a youth who stands band with patched trousers ness that should tell one if one ing and exploring the cave. " around the street corners smok- - Fulton August f hnrrh Stppnlps make a poor pair. It was one of the features of ' is growing old. London August ing cigaretts and expectorating school goegraphies. illustration in Don't tell your troubles to "Don't look at your face to ,., on the sidewalks. Success dopsi Franklin August ,., m. It furnished a subject for countmere is a meory wnicn ti j mius your neighbors. Fight it out see if age is creeping on. Watch Barbourville Fair September . not crown the effort of a man less magazine writers and illus- the spire of the New England with your husband if it takes all the heart. Beware of allowing . . who stands around the corner of trators. meeting house in the mountain care to make crows feet there. summer. Bowling Green September the street talking about his Now, we never hear" of the peaks of Arabia. f. ,. ouu a Don't nag. The saloonkeeper! Oliver Wendell Holmes sum- Mammoth Cave. Public attenTracing back the process of neignoors ana wmtuing Tompkinsville September is always glad to welcome your med up the philosophy of life tion is called to the fact that the evolution, we come first to Lon- financial policy. Success is the Sanders September when he said: "I am seventy legitimate result of labor and aphusband with a smile. monster hole in the ground "is don, where the clean sweep of Monticello September years young today." plication to business. Every still there ' by the announce forget that home is wogreat fire gave Sir Christoph Don.t the Newport September birthaay should see one's heart change in ownership, er Wren his opportunity to exment of man's kingdom, where she reigns Horse Cave September Man Coughs and Breaks Ribs. younger. The only way to keen the former proprietors finding periment in steeples, and then as queen. To be the mother of Morgantowh September After a frightful coughing spell a man from growing old is to keep that all profits on their investa Lincoln, a Garfield, a McKin-IeVenice, where the campanile is in Neenah, Wis., felt terrible pains in growing young The only time ments had vanished. his side and his doctor found two ribs is to be the mother of a Lexington October 912. a shining example of a tower be- had been broken, What agony Dr. to begin growing young is The fact is, the Mammoth Cave prince. Mayfield October sides a church, but separate from King's New Discovery would have savbefore one begins to grow old. has not been advertised in re- it, and then to Alexandria, where ed him. A few feaapbonful ends a late cough, while persistent use routs obstiSurest Test of Old Ae. Move On Now! There are mental attitudes and cent years. It is just as won- the famous light house on the i nate coughs, expels stubborns colds or But, isle of Pharos contributed to the heals weak, sore lungs, "I feel sure says a policeman to a street crowd, limping worse than those of a derful as it always was. to humanity," writes and.whacks heads if it don't. Move on The dear little old lady was faltering foot. There are aches soniehow, practically all attempts religion of Mohammed both the its a Mrs Effie Morton, Columbia, Mo., for now," says the big, harsh mineral pills just as cross as she could bel and pains caused by selfishness in the way of advertising it have form and the name of the minar- I believe I would have consumption to- to Dowel congestion and suffering folJust why this is, it et, and then to the tower of day, if I had not used this great remedy lows. Dr. King's New Life Pills'don'c and narrowness much worse ceased. All because the Its guaranteed to satisfy, and you can bulldoze the bowels. They gently perts conductor had said: "Be care- than those of rheumatism. Be- may be impossible to say. But Babel at Borsippa and the get a free trial bottle or ."0 cents or $1 00 suade them to light action, and health Baby- - size at Paull Drug Co. of the temples of follows. 25c at Paull Drasf Co, Watch out, grandma. gin this moment to grow young. the fact remains. ful. " 1 i Ionia and Assyria. A zikkurat is ' a huge quadrangular mass of! brick, rising in diminishing Qtnriac n n rmm nlnppi n mor block on the floor and put a smal ler one on it andlon that smaller still and ascended by a winding balustrated stair to a shrine on top; THE LOUISVILLE TIMES CARDU I Woman'sTonic ! $5.00 .. ce I j 40-- Funday-schoo- i l, j . i ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE $4.50. ' j j n j i , ! ! ; T)1-.if- -. ! MADE DEHLER BROS., "" j bterbo I i j ! I j . j - j 30-Aug- ust j j 23-2- 7. i non-sectari- an . 30-Aug- ust 1-- 3. i ' 7-- 9. ! 7-- 9. 14-1- 7. j 13-1- 6.' 14-1- 6. j 20-2- 3. j 20-2- 2. 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. 27-3- 0. j ; 29-3- 1, ' 4-- 6. j 4-- 7. 4-- 7, 4-- 7. 3-- 6. 17-2- 1. 18-2- 1. 19-2- 1. y, 9-1- 2. ' God-sen- d old-fashion- ed zik-kura- w i ). I? know something about what it is to fight Republicans in their stronghold. It won't be five minutes after he has G. P. SMYTHE undertaken a speech in this great edfor ucational campaign, surrounded by men who belong to the Great Army of the RRE INSURANCE Republic and who have their pockets You " Fire Insurance full of pension money, before that and Owen county Democrat, or any other Because of of loss. RCALtESTATE Democrat in Kentucky who has not been used to it, will feel the cold chills Because it protects against this uncertainty, running up and down,his back and his buildings knees begin to quake worse than down. never when he gave that lunch to GOV. HINDMAN'S HIT. some friends some time ago. (Laughagainst against against certainty of ter and applause.) .. 11 1.J . r1 .1 f i tirn "These people have sent me here to rrom allowing to go Why make this speech. They are on the The Reasons the People of the Tennessee border and have to spend a Insurance is even Fire Insurance to is oft Eleventh District Want Hardin hundred dollars apiece in order to come neglected loser. here and stay at this convention. We for Governor, Humorously knew that the convention was going to for 33 Expressed. do right, which is all right (applause), of buildings. but if there is anybody who ought to quality service economy of know how to preside, it Is some man finish it equal. for color The following speech was delivered who has just come out of a twelve by Gov. J. R. Hindman. of this place, months' session of Congress presided sold by seconding the nomination of Hon. P. over in a stronger and firmer manner Watt Hardin for Governor, in a Dem- than any other Congress since the ocratic State Convention, held about world begun. Hardin did not know sixteen years ago. It is full of wit, Goodnight was elected until it was all and it caught the convention, keeping over and he saw him here, and we are the delegates in an uproar during the an satisned. 1 was talking to a man whole of the time it took to deliver it. from Knott county the other day and n Howerton, an able divine, of Mr. J. Walker, the Governor Hindman said: he told me that he had to ride fifty "Gentlemen of the Convention: I miles on horseback to get here, and mill man of Columbia, was in Columbia, will begin a series of understood a short time ago that the three hnndred and fifty miles on the meetings, in our town, at the gentleman who has been selected to cars, and when he came here he had to our midst last Friday. second the nomination of Mr. Hardin shuffle around to find a place to stay, Miss Nora Sherrili is visiting Baptist church,on Monday night The readersi of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS would not be present, and I was asked at a cost of three dollars and a half a will be pleased to heart, that our facilities for handling after the second Sunday in July. on the part of the delegation from the day. It costs a true mountain Dem- friends in Columbia this week. county of Adair, the old home of Gen. ocrat in the fastnesses of our State Mr. Charles Sparks made a As Rev. Howerton is one of our Hardin, as well as on the part of the more to attend a state convention and Floor Coverings of AH Kinds Eleventh Congressional district, which listen to the wrangles over difficulties business trip in the community best preachers we are all looking I believe stands solid in his support, to that have been brought up in these of Breeding last week and made forward to a good meeting. All Have been greatly enhanced. More space is devoted, stand here and say a word by the way strong Democratic strongholds, where to the practical display of immense stocks of of seconding his nomination for Gov they have to fight each other, than it a deal for one of the best blind Christians have a special invitaernor of this Commonwealth. You cost a few years ago to buy a mountain mules that ever came down the tion to in this meeting. have all heard a good deal, I presume, farm in a great many of these coun- pike of Rugs the kind. Let everybody that can possibly about the Eleventh Congressional dis- ties. trict. The Legislature of Kentucky at Wheat harvest is in full speed attend be present. Remember "Now, do you know the reason why A new handsome Store Room hus been arrangea (or its last session undertook to corral all they have sent me up here to second in this community this week and the time. ' the showing of the Republicans in the Eleventh dis- the claims of Gen. Hardin? I will tell trict, and corraled a good many of us you. "When we get in trouble over our farmers are satisfied that good Democrats over there with them there we all send for him. (applause.) we have not over one-ha- lf Lace Sparksville. of a I do not know much about the geography Wherever the Hon. Wm. 0. Bradley of that district, and I could not tell you takes the stump and we want to see yield but of a good quality. Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our exactly the number of counties in it his vanity punctured, we send for HarOur old friend, Gov. J. R. Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at- - our but I believe it is somewhere between din and he has never failed to come. The crops in this community Hindman, of Columbia, made his big live store. sixteen and sixty. (Laughter.) Neith- Whenever Finley gets on the rampage er have I studied its geographical boun over there and is intimidating the few appearance in our town last Fri- are looking fairly well. daries, but I understand from gentle- Democrats in that section and we day Mr. Henry Moore, of Greensand as usual in a few min& men who are better informed than my- want a man to roll a saw log over him self that it is bounded on the north by and scratch him, we sent for Watt utes had quite a number of our burg, Robt. Strange, of Fair-pla- y, Incorporated the State of Ohio, the home of Foraker Hardin. (Applause.) people around him shaking his and J. M. Corbin, of this and McKinley (laughter;) that it is 522 and 524IWest Market St. "You ask me if Watt would make a bounded on the northeast by the State good Governor, I say yes. In the first hand and hearing him talk. We place, have all formed a partnerLouisville, of West Virginia, and the dividing line place his name is indicative of the fact are always glad when the Govship, and will put up a new in the celebrated creek of Bull Skin, on that he would fill any position; and in comes. 7 one side of which lives the noted fam- the second place he was born and raised ernor store house at once and put in a ily of the McCoys, and on the other the down in Adair county, where Mrs. W. L. Winters and daugh- general line of goods. There about evHatfields I understand that on the ery other man would make a good Goveast it is bounded by the State of Vir- ernor (applause, and laughter,) especial- ter left for Owen county last will also be a new roller mill at NJ Sg NJ iU: Tin 7t i tn N i viy nj i 7K i si i ginia, the home of George Washington, ly if you send him to Central Kentucky Thursday, where they will spend this place in a short time. i in ff IN A 'A. Thomas Jefferson and Stonewall Jack- and let him get a little polish on him several weeks visiting their rel5&1 IN; The new telephone line run son. Gentlemen who understand it and some bluegrass shine. You make as better than I do tell me that it is bound- Watt Hardin Governor of Kentucky atives. with ning from this place to Colum- ed on the south by the State of Ten- and you will have an honest, faithful Mr. W. L. Fletcher has lefWn bia, will be completed in a few Ml nessee, the home of Andrew Jackson, man to hold the reigns of yourGovern-men- t It is made on a "Midget" Marvel Flour our office some of the finest heads days. James K. Polk, Bent McMillin and Col. Mill the last word in milling machines. All of the milling operafor the next four years. He has Johnson, and they say that its extreme the stalwart manhood that will cause of wheat that we have seen in tions take place in this one machine. It is a sanitary mill, none of 7KW. L. Gadberry and family western boundary is a place known as him to scale the highest mountain to the product is touched by hand or comes in contact with the outside this country for several years. and Mr. Jackson's Purchase, the home of my!makea Democratic speech. He has air, In this mill the wheat and flcur travel less than twenty feel Martin Rowe spent the 5 distinguished friends, Hon John W. that stalwart Democracy that nvpr The grains are very large and instead of the hundreds of feet in the ordinay modern mill with the viy! day at Gadberry, last SunStone and Tom Corbett. I understand. quails in the face of an honest enemy, plump. result that this unusually short and quick system keeps the flour clear IN day. furthermore, that it is bounded on the and he has the ability to make you a and free from impurities, preserving its natural creamy bloom and the Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Moss, of northwest by the fairest of all lands, good Governor." (Applause.) volatile oils which contain the flavor and aroma of the crushed wheat in Joe. W. Wooten, who has been the bluegrass country, a country whose are not evaporated. This flour has that sweet, rich, nutty flavor of Greensburg, stopped over for a fertility excels that of the Valley of the "Old Fashioned" stone ground flour. You will also notice this sick for some time, is better at Gradyville. night with their brother, Mr.C. is the Nile, a land fairer than a dream, a flour has more strength than other patent flour, it will rise quicker in r. this writing. IN land prettier than a poet's picture the the dough. 7K 0. Moss last week, while on their grandest spot in the world; a place We most cordially invite you down to our plant to see this & Paul Akin, who got his arm IN We are having fine rains this from Bakerton. i where the women are beautiful and wonderful mill make "The Flour with the Nutty Flaor." ?K broken is getting along nicely. have nothing to do but to cultivate week. Mrs. W. H. C. Sandidge, of in their beauty. (Laughter and ApMiss Francis Rowe, an accom& Judge N. H. Moss, of Columbia, Greensburg, accompanied by her H plause;) a place where the men have IN nothing to do except to stand and watch was here Friday. daughter, Mrs. Levi Tarr, and plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r. ' the bluegrass grow, to attend the races s.7K7KKk?KiyK7K7Ks7K. 7K7K SS JS l VL TlN7lNlNlN. INIXJNT W. W. Yates came in from Ed- daughter, of New Mexico, spent C. C. Rowe, was quietly married and run for offices. (Applause.) I a few days visiting their old a few days ago to Mr. Luther have given you what I understand to monton Thursday. be, perhaps, not a very accurate but C. 0. Moss was in Greensburg friends in our city last week. Gadberry, of Gadberry, Ky. the best I could do in the way of giving We were all certainly glad to see They received many handsome the geographical boundaries of that last Thursday. WHY NOT MAKE S200.00 A MONTH district I hail from that has sent me Mr. J L. Durham, of Greens- them once more. -and useful presents. here to make this speech. As to the At the beatiful home of Mr. Rev. size of that district in geographical burg, was here the first of the 350.00 a Week, almost S10.o a Day Scott bought a cow from miles I do not know exactly. They tell week buying cattle at the mar- and Mrs. G. E. Nell, of our city, Elroy Rowe, for $30. Selling Victor Safes and me that it is bigger than Italy, which ket price. to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentistsboxes gathered about forty of their reland farmers, all of whom realize theneed is talking of fighting this country. Elroy Rowe sold one Jersey of a safe, but do not know how easy His to own one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of (Laughter.) They tell me it is not Messrs. B. B. Janes and D. C. atives and friends last Sunday. cow and calf to g Herschel Breedthe best, clean-cu- t opportuniquite as large as Australia, but beties ever received. Without previous experiWheeler were in Columbia a bay The occasion was brought about ing, for $50. ence YOU can duplicate tiie success of others. tween the size of Australia and the Our handsomely illustrated catalog in commemoration of the thirty-fift- h or so of last week. Argentine Republic. will enable you to present the sal.jeet to cusElroy Rowe bought one cow yon tomers in as iiltcrr.itiitf n. in.mti. l.n..i. "Now as to what they have up there. were piloting them through our factory. JJen appointed as anniversary of Mr. Nell. Miss Clara Wilmore returned saifsuiiMi receive auvice ami instructions lor selling safes, giving from Jessie Breeding for $3.50, wu The Eleventh district has the purest reporter has had the pleasminis laming UUIH13 which it is impossible ior tt prospective cu stomer to deny. Why . Lnj and clearest streams and more mineral from Frankfort, Va. , where .she Your liih tiiiir uriiiiii riainru cj.mtvi; and has bought several head of We cana favor only 111 j iu &auui iiiiii of each locality,l.va en ..n. vu else gets tne territory ? one salesman out wealth and braver and better fighting! spent a few weeks visiting ure in the last forty years of atThe 25th anniversary of our after sheep from different parties. comMny was cwebmted bv Democrats than any other place in this tending several surprise birtherecting the most modem saf country. (Applause.) You gentlemen ' the close of her school at Key factory in the world. WideCharlie Rowe has opened up a ,. . .. I. awake men who received o day feasts, but we must say here wao Jive in tne uemocratic strongho'd West, Fla. selllug induce hum, xt ndered it necessary to dun1 of the State do not know any thing that this occasion was something butcher shop' at this place, and our output. We are spenainc Mr. Escoe Reece and family many thousands of dollars er .about fighting. You take a Democrat is getting a fine trade. larglngour sales organization from that famous host of Democrats in srtent a few days visiting rel- similar to the day of Penticost. but to learn all particulars, r will cost the price o' the county of 'Sweet Owen,' where he Instead of the good things di Rev. Billie JVooten, who has a postal card. never saw a Republican, and he does atives here last week.' minishing they certainly increas- been in feeble health for some Ask for Cafalogue 16T. jnot know how to fight them. You take The Gradyville baseball team ed. The last table of people that timeis no better. a Democrat from the city of Louisville THE VICTOR know, anything about i crossed bats with the Edmonton dined- the good who does not things could Mrs. S. B. yoten is on the ncbtinrr the common enemy, or from team last Saturday. SAFE & LOCK' CO. scarcely bemissed-ironi- s the '!the county of Daviess or the county of sick Hit this' week. Miss Mollie Flowers returned bountiful table; i Our Nw Homo. Capaolty 20,000 Safss Annually. Harrison, or any of these counties! CINCINNATI, OHIO ithat'' , from Bowling Green last Thurs-- prepared by. MreJ-Fel- l, C. C. Rowe bought one sow where they never had an whojis so party fight, and you' 'put them in the day where she spent a few days things and pigs from Bruce Preston for well qualified cqunty of Whitley where Finley lives, 'X'' with two thousand Republican majority, visiting after the close of her for an occasion like unto this day $16.50 in Harlan county school at Russellsvillej o back over the-will long b'e.V'emembefed by 6very si wlhere there are about nine hundred For Sale., Miss Florence Sherrili is spend- one present."-.- , vltes and seven hundred and fifty of iNeii 4a&ceivea tnem are Republicans, and let them ing this week with- relatives and many'nicek-Rresef- i ;The' Famous Parry Buggies. Price Courier-Journ- al rc5H reasonable. J. H. Pelley. tackle Billy Bradley on the stump befriends at Lebanon. "r Columbia, Ky. Please remember that Rev fore a crowd of that land, and he will r 8 the:adair countyinews "Figure It Out For Yourself" cany and why? sudden Bel-shazz- ar the danger you although your burn may Do you protect them decay the weather the dead J ucprcuduun iesuiung tnem unpamted. not? Paint worth more you than yet sadly and you are the MASTIC PAINT years has proven the "real protector" For and beauty has no Ask card. Pauli Druo Co well-know- HUBBUCH BROS, h WELLENDORFF co-oper- ate Carpets, and Linoleums Curtains and Draperies ilubbuch Bros. Weilendorff, Kentucky. aOK38K39 Self-Contained "The Flour the Nutty Flavor'' - K., w s. Richardson Walker, Props. - That's flre-pro- of well-to-d- o m money-makin- x td you-onl- - . habeen -' " e i . jir. , (The, Apain County News and Daily - i$ H