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Sullivan Will Get a Combined With Interests in mors Afloat. Can He Deliv- Rousing Majority in Madison Anderson County. er the Goods? And State Administration Crowd Col. Jack Chinn According to reports received in DanHon. Jere Sullivan has always been ville, Congressman Harvey Helm, who Off the Track, According to His loyal to Madison county, and if chosen Has Congressman Harvey Helm is a candidate for made an as the congressman for the district he unmerciful attack on Democrats who promised the collectorship provided he Announcement. will be loyal to every county. He will is and a Democrat is chosen have scratched the ticket in the past have back of him a record of something a. in iiuvciuun; xtua 10 in his speech at Lawrenceburg last accomplished. No Democrat in the Monday. It was rumored that Con- question which is going the rounds, says the Danville Advocate. It is talkState has been more loyal to the party gressman Helm had planned to make Administration Backs Sullivan; Whiskey and last year when a report, started at ed that Mr. Paul Goddard, of Harrods- State the attack in Danville last Saturday, Stanford, came very nearly wrecking but on account of the large number Of burg, will be the collector if Helm's inTust Backs Helm, nd Left alone With the fluence can land him the position. It is the paty, he exerted his best energies independents in Boyle county, held up in restoring harmony. In the light of also whispered around that one, two this part of the speech until he spoke Fox Hunters, Col. Chinn, Quits. such facte should a Stanford man be in Lawrenceburg, where the independ- and possibly three prominent Boyle county Democrats have been promistd honored over him this year. Are the ent element is comparatively small. Congressman Helm's influence in seDemocrats willing to forget so soon. While the editors of the Advocate becuring the job. If these reports are such patriotic and unselfish devotion to lieve in voting the straight ticket yet party principles. Old Madison pro we are inclined to take back to the fold true, is it unreasonable to suppose that Col. Jack Chinn, who has been mak- Helm's visit to Lawrenceburg and similar promises have been made in ing a vigorous campaign for the De- whisky people turned against methe poses to do her share on election day any of those who have made mistake and in Nicholasville, mocratic nomination for Congress forty-eigare willing to repent and come back. Stanford, Richmond, is hours. All of them are and the leaders are predicting that Sul The Democratic party needs all the reg- Lawrenceburg and elsewhere. A relidistrict, announced his withdrawal now backing Helm to a man. Al- livan will not poll a majority of less able Danville man charges that Helm ular men, bolters and independets it speech though I did my best for the admin- than 2,500, with a possibility of 3,000. at the conclusion of a red-hpromised to endorse him for a position can get and we do not believe in delivdelivered to a large audience in the istration at Frankfort last fall and Madison is going to give her favorite in the Democratic congress last Decem ering insults to any class of voters, court house at Lancaster Monday helped to elect the ticket, still they son a majority that will be difficult to Congressman Helm seems to have ber a year ago. By agreement with afternoon. The following are the think that they are under greater ob- overcome, for locally we owe him a started out to wreck the party or win Congressman Helm, the said Danville reasons given by by Col. Chinn forquit ligations to Jere Sullivan and I am in- debt of gratitude and as Democrats the race. A large number of Helm sup- maft made a trip to Washington only to ting the race: "At the beginning of formed are doing their utmost to line we are bound to him for his loyalty in porters in Danville are busy putting find Mr. Helm seeking the heln of nth- - this contest, there was no special line- up their temperance forces behind the past and his liberality both in time out an insult, similar to one started er Kentucky Congressmen to land the up and the whisky people and the him. So with the temperance people and money. Richmond Climax. from Stanford last year which is calcu place for a Nicholasville man. Helm temperance people in large numbers flocking to Sullivan and the liquor Stroke of Paralysis. lated to wreck the party if it is not gave the Danville man whom he had were tor me. As a member ot the people to Helm, I find my candidacy stopped. Last year Stanford publicly promised to support a cold deal after Kentucky Senate, I had been suc- backed by the fox hunters and tobacco offered the insult; this year it is being making an appointment for him to cessful in securing what Anderson people and they are in the minority, Mr. J. D. Walker, of Grady ville, clandestinely passed around. If the come to Washington. Therefore the county wanted in the wayof legis and therefore I gracefully retire." It father of Mr. Allen, John Lee and Danville man in question wishes to Democrats want to succeed in this dislation and had warm friends there, is said that Col. Chinn made one of the ar-Mrs. Bruca Monttrict, they had better get Ilelm off the warn those to whom the collectorship although I knew the whisky trust hat- best speeches ever heard in the Gar- J. W. Walker gomery and brother of Mrs. J. track or force him to change his tac-- ! has been promised to require Congress- ed me as I had been instrumental in rard county court house to one of the O. Russell, met with a stroke of paraltics. In line with the current rumor of man Helm to guarantee the promise by passing laws which made it possible largest and most enthusiastic audience ysis, at his home, late Thursday afterHelm's antagonism to the State admin- having a reliable bonding company for every county in the Eighth Congres. ever gathered there. Hundreds of innoon, as he was entering the dining istration at Frankfort is the further stand behind the obligation in order to sional district to become dry. The fluential citizens begged him to reconreport from Lawrenceburg that the maEe it certain. However, there is a weisky forces knew that if I went to sider his action and stay in the race room. His left arm and left side were partially paralyzed, and for a time he Helm henchmen combined with the national law prohibiting any Congress Washington I would introduce a bill but he remained firm, declaring that was in a critical condition. His friends whisky men to defeat the McCreary man from promising jobs, except secre- making it unlawful to ship liquor the two great factions in the district in Columbia are anxious concerning his taries, and the candidate who makes from forces at the recent convention and did another State into dry territory. had crowded hiin out. Danville Advo- condition, and hope that he will soon defeat them. The question is being such promises must forfeit his office The word was passed around after cate. recover. His children and relatives asked, is Helm combining with the li- after election. Each candidate along here went to his bedside upon notificawith his campaign expenses at the genquor men in Lawrenceburg and the tion of his illness. Taylor-AlexanDeath of a Good Woman. temperance people in the dry territory. eral election must make oath that he How is he on the liquor question any- has not promised positions of any kind save exceptions above. So if it is true Hon. J. A. Sullivan, Democratic Miss Nellie Taylor, daughter of Mr. way? Danville Advocate. Last Wednesday afternoon about the that Congressman Helm has been at- T. W. Taylor, who is candidate for Congress, will speak at n in , tempting to trade the collectorship off, this place, having often made the town hour of 3 o'clock-- Mrs. Margaret Perry- - court-hous- e nextSaturday afternoon man, who was the beloved wife of Dr. Harvey Helm's Position on Tem- the supposed beneficiaries should study in the interest of the International R. H. Ferryman, died at 1 o'clock. at her late home the law which will show them that Harvesting Company, and Mr. Maurice perance Legislation. near Ella, this county. The deceased these promises are worthless and so Alexander, son of the widely known was about sixty-fiv- e years old, and her Marriage Licenses. known by Congressman Helm. traveling salesman, Mr. John Q. Alex- affliction dates back several months. (Stanford Interior Journal.) ander, were married early last Wednes- The deceased was a sister of 'Squire The following licenses were issued day morning, by Rev. A. J. Link, of William Wolford and Mr. Milton Wol-forCol Jack Chinn, of Harrodsburg, from the Adair county clerk's office Epworth League Picnic. the Presbyterian Church, in the draw-roowithdrew from the race for Congress in and she leaves many relatives during the month of June: of the bride's home, Campbells-ville- . throughout the county. She was a lathis district Monday, announcing his W. L. Gadberry to Frances Roe. The groom is assistant cashier dy for whom every body had the utwithdrawal in a speech at Lancaster in A. L. Garrett to Callie Rasner. The members of the Columbia Ep- of the Farmer's Deposit Bank in his which he proved the belief of many most respect, and she will be sadly Richard S. Button to Cilia Burton. worth League Society and several home town, and the bride one of Democrats that he had been merely a missed in the neighborhood where she L. O. Taylor to Lula H. Allen. most attractive young ladies. resided. Her christian character warstalking horse for Judge Sullivan friends who joined the party, spent last Luther Brockman to Fannie ShepThursday very delightfully at the They left for a short trip to Louisville throughout the entire contest. rants the belief that she was at peace herd. Griffin Springs. The party left Colum- and other cities. In attempting to injure Harvey Helm with her God. Owen Antle to Nannie B. Bennett. all he could in his valedictory Col. bia in buggies and surries, arriving in The husband, who is well known in due time to spend several hours on the Chinn declared that the fight would For Sale. this town, has the sympathy of its inI have a Aberdeen at now be waged between Sullivan and lawn, playing games and partaking of habitants. He should go to God, who my farm that will serve at SI. He is a Helm with the Whisky Democrats the health giving water. At 6:30 House and lot known as the late Os- alone can comfort in such a trying fine individual and superbly bred. backing Helm. As Col. Chinn has fre- o'clock a most ternpting lunch was car Pyle property. Lot contains about hour, and be ready himself for the R. K. Young, quently stated in his own canvass that spread The refreshment hour over, 3 acres with house of eleven rooms all Master's call, for he knows not the the party started home, arriving about f Columbia Ky. if the "night riders, toll gate raiders day nor the hour when he too will be 9 o'clock, all loud in their praise of the in good repair. Also good outbuildings, and fox hunters" would vote for him fine well, cellar, good garden and nice called hence. It is hard to part with a the other fellows could have the enjoyment of the day. apple orchard. For further informa- loving companion, but it should be a Mr. O. H. Holt has accepted the "preachers and prohibitionists" one joy to know that she is now in a world local agency for the Southern National tion call on or write, might be inclined to wonder whether where sorrow and afflictions are un- Life Insurance Company and will work Miss Lorena Pyle, The P. H. Bridgewater farm, near Col. Chinn gave the subject sober known. in Adair, Clenton nnd Russell counties. Columbia, Ky. thought before asserting so positively Cane Valley, Adair county, will be sold Be in Columbia next Saturday afterthat the whisky men have made such a by the heirs, at public sale, on a credit of six and twelve months, at the courtnoon and hear Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of sudden switch in their preference. Mr. O. C. Hogan, of Williamstown, Mr. R. Lee Durham, a prominent Matlison county, who is a Democratic Col. Chinn wants to know what is house door in Columbia, at the August Grant county, .has been appointed attorney of Greensburg, and Miss Mary candidate for Congress. Congressman Helm's attitude and'asks county court. Third Assistant Attorney General by Nellie Stowers were married at Stow-erAbout 100 acres in cultivation and if he will oppose the shipment of liquor Attorney General Garnett. He has enKy., one day last week. The bride into dry territory. about 90 fine timber. Good residence tered upon the discharge of his duties. formerly taught in Greensburg Public Stock Owners Attention. The Interior Journal is hardly in- and other buildings. til Aug 1st. The position pay3 32,r00 per year. Schools, and was very popular with the clined to believe that Mr. Helm will patrons and pupils. The couple will refeel violently constrained to give Col. ' The July term of the Casey circuit side at Greensburg. This is the secFor Sale Have your aged horses teeth examinChinn a categorical answer to this quescourt convened Monday. There are ond marriage for the groom, his first ed, diseased teeth cause blindness loss tion, in view of Chinn's own conduct in about 30 appearance commonwealth wife being Miss Elrie Willis, a daugh- of flesh, weak eyes, necrosis of bone, the present race. I have some household and other cases, and 200 old cases on the docket. ter of Mr and Mrs H. P. Willis, who abscesses nasal gleet and fistula of the As a temperance newspaper at all goods which I will sell privately Call times, however, the Interior Journal The Equity and ordinary dockets con- live near Joppa, Adair county, and jaw. and see them. Uneven and enlongated molars prevfeels inclined to state right here for tain about the usual number of appear- who died eight or ten years ago. S.N. Hancock. ent proper mastication of food producitself that it knows Congressman ances. The case against Jess Thomas, Every body should be in Columbia ing colic, indigestion and general debiliHelm's position on this matter, and is charged with murder, is set for the 3rd Rev. D H. Howerton will preach on completely satisfied with it. It knows day, and if it is tried the business of on Friday and Saturday the 12th and ty. the term will go into the second week. 13th of July. They will be bargain the lawn of W. L. Walker the first Examination free that he stands pledged to support -- the Sunday evening in July at 7 o'clock in L. H. Jones Shepard Kenyon bill in Congress, Mr. Fred McLean left Friday to assist days at all places of business, a propicircuit clerk, Land through the court. tious time to buy what you need. Read Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. stead of the church, every body cordialwhich will prohibit the inter-statOffice at residence near Graded school, ly invited to these services the premiums offered by the merchants, shipment of liquor into dry territory. It further knows that leading temEld W. B. Taylor, a native of Adair grocerymen and other business men Columbia, Ky. 34 Every person on the day of lot sales perance men in the district who have county, who has been pastor ot the and enter the contest. It will bean amusing sight to see the heavy loaded at Russell Springs will be given a inquired his position on this bill the Christian 3hurch, Lagrange, for sever- wagons with humanity. Quite a number of young ladies and chance to draw a prize. Ten dollars in only measure the temperance people al years, tendered his resignstion last young married women have organized gold will be given away. The date have asked him to support have been week and accepted a call from the a picnic club which meets once a week, Thursday July 11th. fully satisfied that he is heartily for it Church at Owenton, Ky. Eld.' If you want to see from seventy-fiv- e Taylor going from home to home. The first and pledged himself for it long before has great many to eighty-fiv- e persons seated on one a relatives in this countmeet was with Misses Alice and Ella Mr. Jack Grady, vho was a nephew Col. Chinn or any one else with an ul- ywagon, the team to make its entrance Walker, the second with Mrs. Marvin of Dr. J. II. Grady, recently died in terior purpose to serve, sought to eminto Columbia Friday and Saturday, Young, the third, last Wednesday even- Texas. He was a native of Adair July 12th and 13th, be. in own on the barrass him by asking him such a quesing with Miss Katie Murrell. Monday county. Secretary of.State Crecelius has ap- above dates. tion. evening of this week the party met The charge that Harvey Helm has pointed Mr. J. R. Garnett, of this with Mrs Neijson, in honor of Misses Nona, a 17 year old daughter of Zach aligned himself with the whisky inter- place, Assistant Automobile clerk and Get ready for the Bargain Days in he is now at his desk in Frankfort. Columbia, July 12th and 13th. People Howard and Johnston, of Alabama, and Franklin, died near Columbia last Friests is as base a falsehood as the accu(Wednesday) evening the gather- day afternoon. She confessed her sation made by a Danville paper that Mr. Garnett is a young man of correct from all section of the county will be this will be at the home of Miss Elmer Savior during Roberts Bros, meeting. qualified, his appointment Tiere. The merchants have received ing habits, we'l he fought McCresry and his friends. meeting the approval of the people of fresh goods for the sale days, and there Page. Adair county. will be bargains for everybody. I have a lot of good brick for sale at A communication from the Fourth Acting Postmaster General, to Hon. my place 2 miles west'of Cane Valley. It is said that the mast "crop will be WiL. Farris. r unusually large in Adair county. The Mr J. B. .Riggins has left at this 'Sheriff A. D. Patteson is "now ready j Harvey Helm, states that the petition 3t-3-t beech and hickory treas are full. office a bunch of oats, grown'1 on his to receiye taxes and he urges prompt' on star route, No. 29,818 Columbia to Where the stock law doss not inter- farm, containing 71 stalks all from one payment. The sooner paid the better ' Knifley has been changed so that the Parcrtno nrVin txrnnf t Vtoarh hnmaa ' beginJ -sKonld te at the Rus3ll Springs Thurs- fere rojs will have a fina time a little grain. The bunch measured 5 feet the taxpayer will feel. carrier, beginning Julv 1, 35-- tf eight inches tall. and end at Absher: later. day July litn. ed Whiskey Trust 3000 MAJORITY. WARNINGS-DEMOCRAT- S. Harvey Helm Objected to Taking Casey and Adair Counties in the Eighth Congressional District. Editor Adair County New3: I have it upon reliable authority that Congressman Harvey Helm strongly opposed the addition of both Adair and Casey counties to the Eighth Congressional district. Now that his opposition proved futile, we understand that he is attempting to deceive the votera into the idea that he stood by them and endeavored to have the law enacted, It is personally in-th- ht ot went before the redistricting committee and insisted that these counties ba added to the district. All Democrats in these counties should take' the trou ble to make a thorough investigation on this subject before casting their ballots. Respectfully known to me and also publicly known that Hon Jere Sullivan June 25, Mclntyre Editor Danville Advocate. W. Owen 1912. Mrs, T. H. Curd Entertains. In compliment to Mrs. Lou Miller, of Columbia, Ky., who is the truest of, her sister, Mrs. W. J. Callison on Engle-woo- d Road, Mrs. T. H. Curd at her beautiful home on West Cumberland Avenue Tuesday gave a noonday luncheon of five courses to a number of her old Adair County friends, For the occasion Mrs. Curd had the interior of her home beautifully decorated with sweet peas and roses. Those who enjoyed Mrs. Curd's hospitality were Mrs. Lou Miller, of Columbia, Mrs. Mary Craven3, Mrs. M.H.Rhorer, Mrs. Mary Lee Frazier, Mrs. W. J. Callison, and Miss Reed, of Columbia, Mrs. J. V Logan and Mrs. Phil McKay were also invited and were present to meet the Columbia colonly. Middie3-bor- o Record. The interests in the farm of S. R.' Walker were sold at the court-hous- e door last Monday by order of court. The tract of 110 acres, known a3 the Leftwich land brought $1520 and wa3 bought by Leonard Walker. The 170 acres, known as the J. T. Hamilton land, brought $1830, and was purchased by G. E. Hamilton, Twenty-nin- e acres of timbered land wa3 sold to Bob Simpson for S22-5- . The store house and lot was bought by Roy Walker for $150. A small dwelling house wa3 purchased by Leonard Walker for 15, der. well-know- d, m Oamp-bellsvil- le two-year-o- ld 33-t- Prof. Chester Turner, who will be at the head of the Public school, this place, for the term beginning in Sept ember, is a young man who has a State reputation as an educator. He attended the State Educational Association at Louisville, and was prominent in it3 conduct. Leading educators who wera present and who know Prof. Turnar well, stated to a Columbian that he was a thorough teacher, a disciplinarian and a most excellent gentlemen. People who come to Columbia on the and 13th of this month are cordially invited to call at the News office and get a refreshing drink of ice water. The Presidential contest will soon be on, and every body who is not taking a paper will want to read and keep posted. We are furnishing daily papera with the News at cut figures. 12 th s, James Triplett has sold his dental outfit to Dr. J. N. Murrell. and the latter is now occupying the appartmeats formerly used by Dr. Triplett. in the He invites his Jeffries building. friends to call and see him at his new place of business. ' Dr Wanted Lumber and Posts to build' a barn ISO by 42 feet. e J. H: and W. R. Goff, Columbia. Ky. The Columbia baseball team meet 2-- m the Coburg team for the second time last Saturday and again came out victorious. The Coburg team did not expect to win, but it is coming to the front. The operator at the exchange wishes to notify the public that there are two Wilsons groceries in uoiumbia and will you please name which you desire. Remember the big lot sale at Russell Springs,Thursday July 11th at 1 o'clock. If you want a cheap home attend the sale, .. ., account Grady. Grady ville correspondent give3 airs of the deatfi of Mrs. ThoaJ vv.S tr I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Good - Homes, Good 1 Investment. o'clock, I Will offer for Sale to the Highest and best Bidder on Thursday, July, 11th, at 60 WELL LOCATED BUILDING LOTS 60 And 3 well improved lots with nicely furnished Cottages, and all out Buiidings making very desirable homes. FAMOUS RUSSELL SPRINGS, which is known throughout the State of Kentucky for its All this land adjoins the property upon which is located the properties, and is also within an easy walk of the best school in Russell county. Located in the town of Russell Springs, a town that wonderful Health-givin- g timber lands. is rapidly growing and supported by a large scope of good farming and opportunity to buy a home with little cash to invest. Our terms will be easy so that the man with small capital may have an give to the lucky party a deed to one lot withouf the investment of of We will be entertained by the music of a good Band and upon the day the sale will - one cent. ' Absolutely Free. Come every body and enjoy the day and profit by your coming. R. G. Woods, For Roosevelt and New Party Russell Springs, Ky Advertising. to-da- I have been a consistent slowly improving. aeKaeK & Republican voter for more than Mr. Walter Taylor, who has the mighiest factor Is forty years, but I cannot approve been attending the Bible college, in the business world. It is an m Lexington, Ky., June 25 Rethe steal that was put through at Levington, Ky., for the past evolution of modern industrial publicans of this city and county, Chicago by the Taf t committee. year, is home on a short visit, competition. It is a business I t as who supported Col. Roosevelt beCol Roosevelt refused to stand that Bro. Luther Young filled Bro. builder, with a potency fore the Chicago convention, and for it, and he and I see it exactIN Z. T. Williams appointment at goes beyond human desire.' It is believed that his personal populy like. Yes, I shall follow the larity would insure him the Re- leadership of the Colonel in this Pleasant Hill last Sunday preach- - something more than a "drum- - IN ing a very interesting sermon to !mer" knocking at the door of 7K publican Presidential nomination campaign." do at that convention, are still as Other prominent Republicans a good and attentive audience. the customer something more salesmanship-on-pa- family, of than mere enthusiastic for him as ever, and .1S here who made a hard fight for Mr. B. 0. Hurt and It is a positive, creative ?f: declarations according to their Ozark. and Mr. Valment Cheat- -' Per. y Roosevelt against the Taf made here since the adjournham, of Bakerton, Cumberland, force in business, it builds facto machine in this city and counries, skyscrapers and railroads. ment of the convention, they are ty are equally as loyal to the Co., were pleasant guests of the It makes two blades of grass as ready to follow him into the new Sunday. Sage of Sagamore Hill, and are Misses Murrah last row in the businef worlTd whf MX Progressive party. Or, in the f Mrs. Dr. Miller and daughter, Progres- ready to affiliate with one rew tore it mum-M- r. event that the third party fails sive party, in the event that Col. of Columbia, were visiting at' human wants and intensifies Colonel, some of to nominate the Luther Williams last Satur- - Plies Roosevelt is its standard bearer. as human desires. It furnishes ex- them assert that they will vote Others still more radical and im-- ( day night and Sunday. ?K for a Democrat for President be- - placable declare that should the Messrs. Charlie Murrah and G. cuse to timorous and hesitating ?K ones for possessing the things My fore they will vote for taft. party not prove form- - A. Bradshaw have formed a part- which under former conditions 7K new third They have been keeping a keen adablej the movemenfc dying 0ut nership in buying lambs and are they could easily get along with eye on the doings of the Chicago hefme fche November election, paying fair prices. as out. convention, and even before the fch )W. m votes for any their Mr. Frank Taylor, who has The human mind is so condelegates returned home to give good Democrat bef ore they wm j been in Indiana for several structed that it is appreciably afan account oi tneir stewarasmp, yote for the present occupant of months, arrived home a few days m fected by repetition and, after had made up their minds to folT Lhe white House. ago. all, advertising is only repetition. low the leadership of Col. Roose pARTy WJDE BREACH IN Trnman A. DeWeese. velt. A Girls Thoughts. The demoralizing effect of the They take the position that split in the Republican party at ?K What Makes A Woman? Taft has been nominated, not by Chicago is reflected in the rank Great and wise men have ever One hundred and twenty pounds, six 7i. My the Republican voters of the and file of the party here, the loved laughter. The vain, the more or less, of bone and muscle non't 7T 1 TN country, but virtually by the Roosevelt supporters declaring ignorant, the dishonest, the pre- make a woman. Its a good foundation. M Put into it health and strength and she IS. tentious alone have dreaded or may handful of men, who composed rule a kingdom. But that's just that they will have no further despised it. what Electric Bitters eive her. Thous- - T ly the Taft majority on the Re political dealings with the Taft i t smvmg jTifla Hlooa HioiD fnr nvprpnminc faint- ' ..! r ' " uo oraveiy onwara publican National Committee, : ing and dizzy spells and for dispelling j 7K or administration crowd. The and for this reason they say relor flJgn ana nODie aims lOOKing weakness, nervoushess, backache and breach is such a wide one, and so neither backward or forward,but tired, listless, worn out feeling," Elec fuse to be bound by the action much bitterness has been engentrie Bitters have done a world o good," just at of the convention. writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla., "and dered that the more conservative Hope looks for something ev- 1 thank you, with all my heart, for Thomas L. Walker, former members of the Republican parmaking such a good medicine." Onlylyis Postmaster of Lexington, one of ty fear that the two factions ery morning, otherwise Hie 50c, Guaranteed by Yaull Drug Co. ? the cheif lieutenants of the will not be able to get together would be impossible. Hough Rider candidate in Kent- for the local county race schedulIt takes an unselfish woman to While walking on the streets ucky, and Rooaevelt chairman of ed for next year, as the split if listen gladly at another's praise of Louisville, Mrs. Mary A. Noe, the Fayette County Republican not bridged over by that time, sometimes it is harder than it of Springfield, had the misfor- yN m tune to receive a fall from which Committee until ousted by the will mean the ousting from office sounds, decision of the Republican State i of the present county officials A little child can teach us much she sustained several bruises, f:ing to the Central Committee, is still as and the triumph of the Demo- that we can not learn from books. She was crossing a railroad track Narrow SKirts, wearer at least a reas loyal to Col. Roosevelt as ever, cratic ticket. The situation is as and stepping on a rail, her foot onable freedom of movement. Those who bring sunshine to No! If you look around you will see a and has signified his intention to unpromising for the local G. O.P. the lives of others cannot keep turned: causinsr the fall. Paris, June 24. Once more the distinct tendency in that direcbones were broken and it is question of fashions for women not only follow the Colonel's as it is with the Republican par- it from themselves. thought that she will be able to is the subject of controversy in tion. The Parisienne has abanleadership, but to take off his ty nationally you would be happy, be indoned the hobbla skirt. In tailIf Paris. be out in a short time. coat, roll up his sleeves and work or made costumes the skirts will terested in others. A few days ago the European for his election as the head of be tight around the hips, but,in-stea- d Montpelier. Though we should be grateful Desha Breckenridge in his pa- edition of the Herald published a new Progressive party. the of being still further tightwho for good homes, there is no house per to the Press Association at letter from a Franco-Russened lower down, as in the hob"old liners" FOR ROOSEVELT. Farmers of this section are like God's nquired what had become of the ble skirt, will fall straight. Olympia Springs said; "I do "There will be a much greater Make the best of everything, not know from what jails or changes which Redfern some Capt. John W. Throckmorton very busy harvesting .wheat. time some time ago said were change in afternoon and evening who was one of the first promi- The early sown crops are said to think the best of everybody, counties. you men come from." imminent. He particularly re- dresses. We have not got to the hope the best for yourself. of course he intended to say nent local Republicans to don a "be fine, the late not so good. ferred to paniers, balloon skirts paniers,but at the drags and the when asked Roosevelt button, This neighborhood is being For soreness of the muscles, whether something else, but it took five Grand Prix you will see the new and other "antiquated horrors." mode in flounces last night what would be his at blessed with good showers of induced by violent exercise or injury, minutes to restore order after or dragery of Redfern returns the attack. lace. Chambertitude in the presidential cam- rain for the last few days which there is nothing better than the break was made. lain's Liniment. This liniment also reFe disclaims ever having wished "Lace especially is one of the paign, said: was badly needed. lieves rheumatic pains. For sale by News. to revive the antiquated horrors, features of the coming fashion. Paull Drug Co. "You see this button on the laGardens are looking well in The edict has gone forth that but he repeats his statement The skirts will still be close fitpel of my coat' pointing to the this section and everybody is enwoman's dresses this year are to that the hobble skirt has gone' ting, but fuller and draped. likeness of the Rough Rider," I New York's death rate has have countless buttons. This is out. There need be no fear that panjoying peas, beans and potatoes. the campaign weastarted into been halved since 1866. The where the matrimony, rate will Miss Flora Grider, who- has "I 'said" he declares, "that iers will com? in at least not ring this button, and I will follow people who live there are be- take a big slump. skirts would be made fuller, giv yet." it into the camp of the Progres- - been, quite ill for- - sometime, is coming more hardened. sives. y . i During Year 1912 ) , j ! We not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List IN. , ! f j I IN. fc 50 : One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year -- ,,7 - to-da- y. Louisville Times and News I i S4.50 i aseKas HeK&&a e, out-of-doo- rs. . E-to- ' - - x '.i f s. 3Pb. .A. 1HE ADAIR OOUNTY NEWS The Daily Louisville And The Times News is the one foundation on which to man and Norman E. Mack, of Don'ts for Hubbys. A decalogue of dont's for hus- build surely commercial stability New York, chairman of the combands, was issued by Mrs. Myra and good government. mittee, will advocate the selecHartshorn in response to the 0 Kentucky has long had need tion of Judge Alton B. Parker, in defiance of Mr. Bryan's threat to don'ts for wives, complied by of such a convention as is met fight Judge Parker on the conRev. Bustard Rockf eller's pastor. willing to face the fact vention floor. 1. Don't marry a doll and find that Kentucky's illiteracy is the! The Wilson men's attitude is at fault because she is not a help-- ' chief barrier to Kentucky's pro 1 to-day, either Senator Culberson, Texas, or Congrossman also of Texas, named and ct of Henry; that Adair Coonty The 5fews one Year and The Times from STow until the 30 th of November mate. 2 Don't be afraid of a woman with education and some brains, 3. Don't forget that nine out of ten times your wife wants to be your chum. 4. Don't nag your wife until she loses her temper or goes insane. 5. Don't make the blunder of n r ui- -t ueueving j.ii. a i o ui u iuuui -i- ! j j i i i , gress and determined that an end shall be put to illiteracy. Time was, and not so long ago at that, when the men and wo- men who have gathered here would come and go without other greeting than that given them by the members of their calling resident in Louisville. The realization that the work in . i , .g sQme i .thing more than the work of a e ...:.u..i. as. j craft has been slow in develop- - XM WMOUL National Committeemen DanMr. James is beine- backed For Only Two Dollars. ing. That it has developed is iels, of North Carolina, urged his clear from the fact that hun strongly by Speaker Champ f this morn dreds of Louisville's business Clark's friends. His selection is ing that harmony must be mainmen are now enrolled as mem- by no means unlikely. Mr. Bry- tained and conferred with" his an would have no excuse to fight bers of the Kentucky Educationif Mr. James was named. There associates in an endeavor to find The Price of The Daily Times Is $4.50 per al Association, that the Commersome way of bringing about a was more talk this morning ip solution of the temporary cial Club, the Board of Trade among tne By subscribing with us at this conservatives, com problem. Members of and every other business organ- - mitteemen like Thomas Taggart, the Arrangement Committee ization of Louisville has extend- - of Indiana; Roger it nearly six months time you Sullivan, of ed an official welcome to the con- - Illinois; Chairman Mack and called to name the temporary . for 1.00. Send in your subvention; that the churches have. Clark Howell, of Georgia, of officers of the convention are; Chairman Norman E. Mack, opened their doors to its sessions giving Mr. Bryan the fight he is P. L. Hall, of Nebraska: Urey scription for both paand that the press, not only of looking for. It is probable that Louisville, but of the State, has the full committee would sustain Woodson, of Kentucky, Josephus pers at once. joined hands with the teachers !the naming of Judge Parker for Daniels' of North Carolina;Clark Howell, of Georgia; John T. Mc- in the common cause of Ken-- ; !tflmwo,w chairman, but it is by Graw, of West Virginia; R. M.tucky's advancement through no means certain that the con-th- e New State Laws now Effective. Johnson, of Texas; Martin J. instrumentality of the com- - 'vention would do so if Mr. Bryan Wade, of Iowa; Edwin O. Wood, led a fight against the man from ' mon school. You will need a Daily paper During the of Michigan; Roger C. Sullivan, ,. Esopus. Amnnc thp most important: me convention, wnose open of Illinois; Thomas Taggart, of acts that were passed by tne last ing session was held this morn-- , Baltimore, June 20. -- Members Indiana; Robert Ewing, of Louis legislature and now the law, ing, is of larger concern to ; of the Arrangement Committee iana; Robert S. Hudspeth, of having taken effect Wednesday, Louisville and Kentucky than meeting today to name the tem New Jersey: Thomas H.Browne, June 12, are the following: the convention held at Chicago porary officers of the coming 0f Vermont; John E. Osborne, of creating the State road And The Louisville Times will keep you Act Democratic National Convention j Wyoming, and J. F. C. Talbott, sesfund and remodeling the road last week or that which is in faced the opposition of William of Maryland. sion at Baltimore this. And Posted. laws. J.Bryan to the selection of Judge Louisville and Kentucky are, at MAJORITY FAVOR PARKER. Act creatine: a new Prison Com- Alton B. Parker, of New York, , ?M; All the members of the Com' Ky. , last Friday morning June uuso,u" f kq- onnn;nf " "J "" last, awake to that truth. From for temporary chairman, who w "FF"""-Ella. that knowledge will come the had been practically agreed upon. mittee on Arrangements were 14th, stating that their son, Mr. Governor. power to solve, and to solve here except Mr. Hall, of NebrasActs abolishing public drinking We have been having plenty Ras Sutton, had been killed by Several committeemen openly speedily, the greatest problem ka. Noon was the hour fixed for of rain for the past week. 'asserted this morning that a the train that morning. He was cups. the meeting. that confronts the State. Louis- ' majority of their number were years old and Act providing for compulsory The farmers in this community about twenty-on- e ville Times. determined to name Judge Par- - It was authortatively stated at had been away from home for attendance of children at country are very busy cutting wheat. ker, notwithstanding the attitude 10 a- - m- - that a majority of the JUDGE PARKER IS Mrs. Ella Swiggett, from Ind- about four years. He is surviv- schools as well as city schools. ' .. oi Col. Bryan, who yesterday committee were lor naming .. . .. iana, was called to the bedside ed by his father, mother, one Act extending the county unit NAMfcl) UtAIKMAN (sent word over the telephone Judge Parker for temporary of her sick mother, Mrs. Mag brother and three sisters. The law to all counties. from Chicago to his friends here chairman, and that the commitPerry man, who is very low at remains were brought to ColumAct giving women right to vote tee would go through with that bia for interment. The surviv- in all school elections. this writing. Selected By Arrangements Com that he was opposed to Judge plan. Several of the committeeParker on the grounds that he Mrs. Martha Abrell and Mrs. ing members of the family have mittee of Baltimore ConAct establishing a Department men said they thought that the was a conservative and that as Mary Etta Robinson, and daugh the sympathy of the entire com - of Banking and providing inspec vention. matter would be taken to the (the party was progressive mj ter were visiting at J. B. Abrell's munity. tors for State banks. convention floor. It was inforspirit a progressive should be, last Saturdav night. Act providing that telephone mally proposed this morning, as PRESAGES ANOTHER FIGHT, 'chosen to make the keynote companies must give interOzark. The little child of Mr. J. C. a possible solution of the ques' speech. changeable messages. Holt is very sick at this writing. tion, that Col. Bryan be named Baltimore, June 20. Former Act creating a Tuberculosis MURPHY DEMANDS PARKER. Mr. Oscar Sinclair, of Pelly-topermanent chairman. People are busy cutting wheat Judge Alton B. Parker, of New Commission and appropriating was visiting at Mr. J. B. this week. W. F. McCombs, leader of the Charles F. Murphy, leader of tern- -' York, was selected $15,000 a year to be used by the Abrell's last week. Tammany Hall, telephoned here Wilson forces, said that the Wil- Mr. Jafy Kearnes andwife,and porary chairman of the Demo-early today that the New York son people had no candidate: for The drummers called on our Miss Kathleen Keen, of Mont- - board. creating a Forestry Com- cratic National Convention, delegation had put forward temporary chairman and wouldt Act merchants last week. pelier, were visiting Mr. Joe which meets here next week, by mission. Judge Parker's name and that ' abide by the committee's selec-the- v Born, to the wife of Jo Goodin Kearnes near Ozark one day last the Committee of arrangements. Act creating a Game and Fish wanted a fierht made to se- - It.ion. on the 16th, a boy. week. Opposition was made to Judge', . . Commission. lect him. It was generally ac- - It was understood nere v visMiss Ethel Williams was Mr. Joe Kearnes is having Parker's selection. The vote fol cepted that should Judge Parker that the Clark advocates would iting her aunt, Mrs. Sis Bottoms, plenty of work to do in the shop Act providing for a vote on a lows: Judge Parker, 8: Represen-- V De named by the committee the meet in Washington . at Russell Springs last Saturday since wheat harvest has come. constitutional amendment to per- tative tienry. oi m Texas, 6; sena- fight will be carried to the floor to determine their course. mit convicts to work on public night and Sunday. tor Kern, of Indiana, 1; Senator Mr. Silas M. Roy died June roads. of the convention, where it will Charles F. Murphy, leader of Mr. Oscar Hardwick and wife O'Gorman, of New York, l;Sena- the 20th. then determined at tne opening Tammanv Hall, was expected Act providing for a vote on an were visiting at Mr. F. J. HardOllie James, of Ken. . .1 llJ with Gov. Dix wie sessiun wneiuer .u &u caimu here Born, to the wife of John amendment to section 171 of the tucky, 3.. wick last Saturday nighc. progressives or the conservatives following the day after and Akers June the 12th, a daughter. Constitution, so that property Vester. are to name the presidential no- Judge Parker was expected probCorn is looking fine iu this may be classified for taxation. minee and construct the party ably on Monday. Temporary Chairman Act providing that all warWe have been having a good section. platform. Miss Annie Harden is not any rants issued by fiscal courts shall The Lou., Times special service. past week. deal of rain for the Theodore A. Bell, of Califorbear six per cent interest. Mr. Leslie Shepherd and wife better at this writing. Baltimore, Md., June 20. In nia, a friend of Col. Bryan, was The Choice of A Husband Miss Ruth Bryant left for spent last Sunday night at Mr. order to give more time for the talked about torday as likely to Is too important a matter for a wom-aThe Educational Convention. Illinois Monday. to be handicapped by weakness, bad' conservative and progressive be named as permanent chairFrank Shepherd. blood or foul breath Avoid these members to confer among them- man of the convention. Mr. E. A. McKinley will have Mr. V. B. Smith and family, by taking Dr. Bing's Life Pills--, The members of the Kentucky selves, the meeting of the Sub New strength, fine compaction, pare of near Columbia", were visiting a nice building when completed. Educational Association are wel- committee on Arrangements of Just what candidates, if any, breath, cheerful spirits things that at Mrs. S. J. Dooley last SaturThere will be singing at Clear win their use. come, "an' a lee tie to the rise," the Democratic National Com - the Clark and Witeon forces will sure, 25c Paull Drug Co. Ea.sy, safe, day night and Sunday. Spring the first Sunday evening for Louisville' is not unaware mittee was postponed from 10 put forward for temporary chairMr. June Bryant and wife, in July, every body go and do that it is entertaining angels, Urey man for consideration by the o'clock until noon spent Saturday night and Sunl WANTED, 50 boys to sell novelties in your best. The business that has brought Woodson, of Kentucky, secretary Arrangement Committee was Fairs, shows, and ball games. day with Mr. Frank Shepherd Be first, Misses Ida, Clara and Parlie them here is that of an intelli- of the committee, will present not learned at an early hour to- write Send 10 cents for termsr and family. Helm, of Columbia were visiting gent patriotism, which recogni- the name of Senator-elec- t Ollie day. It was expected that the postage ect. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sutton W. T. Hodgen, Box 232, Mrs. Ella Kearnes last Saturday. zes that an educated citizenship M. James for temporary chiar- - Wilson people would seek to have Campbellsville, Ky. a message from Boston, received ' Tear. get energy and brain power. o. Don't lorget tnat lire witn-- i. out children is a mighty emptv sort of existence. 7. Don't refuse to do what you can to lighten the burden of child rearing in your home. 8. Don't forget that you get out of marriage exactly what you put into it. 9. Don't make your purse strings the mean3 ot controlling your wife's thought and conduct. 10. If there are no children, don't oppose your wife's taking her place beside you in the work-- a day world. Ex. the Clark leaders were looking to Senator-eleOllie James, of Kentucky, to lead their fight for the honors of temporary chairman. Senator O'Gorman, of this moment problematical. They New York, sent word that his may decide to divide between name must not be presented for Jud ere Parker and Jamps nr fnimnnroi-- oiioiVman present their own candidate, who OPPOSITION TO BRYAN. may be Representative Robert L. Some of the National ComHenry or Senator Culberson, of mitteemen favoring Judge Par- , Texas. "There is no telling what . . mnM M. - ,. will happen, said National Com , MT mitteeman Wood, of Michigan at dared that if a question of 11 o'clock a. m. "We may fix. whether Mr. Bryan was to con-on a man who has not yet been trol the convention or not was to mentioned. Efforts are being come it would be better decided made tO compromise, but thus now than later. ( . ! 1 ' - i ellow-committeem- en chiar-mansh- a j t Presidential Contest ( i, i I ... 1 i , j ' n, t to-da- y 1 I T' to-da- tor-ele- ct to-morr- I I n kill-ho- pes -- men-follo- w ; to-da- y. to-da- y. iy THE ADAIR COU'T KEWS r - r jHf fti jB Bfiff B The Merchants of Columbia whose Ads. Appear Friday and Saturday In addition to these Great Bargain Prices they will give Premiums on Farm and Garden "Products and Horse Pattcson We ,50c shirts " and Ladies 25c hats " 25c ties & Denncy All calico T5 1 !ff . - 0nlyiBeed 4cyd 4c yd 7hc will sell the articles listed below at these prices on July 12 and 13th. lot Muslin 1 8 Miller $1.00 $1.00 8 cts Mens $2.50 to $3.50 Patent Oxfords $3.5 0 Patent Button shoes " $2.50 Patent Lace shoes $1.48 2.20 1.58 35 20 15 15 25 c suspenders Boys $1.75 Patents Oxfords 1.25 5 c Muslim Ale 15 c Muslin 12c Ladies 25c Bells 15c '"1.50 $2.50 Black. silk waists Calico 05 We will give to the Lady or gentleman paying us the most money for goods or on an account $3.00 cash. See our line of clotoing and get our Prices. -- All 9 and 0c dress Gingham Heavy Brown domestic Medium brown domestic All aprom Gingham . ' .'' 0 per cent reduction on all Lace curtains 0 per cent reduction on all dress goods Mens 50 cents shirts Mens $1.00 shirts Lot Mens $2.50 and $2.00 low shoes black and tan lot boys $ .50 and $2.00 low cuts shoes at ' j. Y1I. ah ea-c,f j want over suues rvi p. ' All $4.00 Walk over shoesr. Ladies $2.50 slippers All All Ladies $2.00 slippers... g f.i? $i 1 lot Mens and young metis1 '$2.00' haU Mens $9.00 Blue Serge suits 1 1 1 1 1 n 6c yd 5c yd 5c yd Granulated sugar 17 lb. Brown sugar 18 lb. Good can Corn 39c 79c $1 50 '""1.25 Can Peas 31b can Tomatoes 8 cts 10 jj 1 - f .3.00 3.50 1.98 1.49 Good cts - -- J White Sy rripr Uneeda Biscuits 40cagar4c a package 4cva - Rubnomore Powder i package 5 !' 1-0- 0 " $10.00 $12.50 " .: 7.00 8.00 10 00 : Columbia, Kentucky. 20 per cent, reduction on 10 Miller & J Miller Reed We will sell on the above dates olbjomatoes 6 cakes C. E. Soap 6 " B. D. " " 6 " Lenox 3 li lb package Heath Coffee and Rugs $2.45 per 00 lbs no. 1 galvanized wire $2.50 per 100 nails all sizes Lot Remenants1 and shirt lengthen all kinds dry goods at - Bargain Proper reduction in all lines, call and see us. We make prices. our prices right. 1 1 , all other clothing, childrens suits, mens odd paints and other suits per cent, reduction on all Druggets, Carpets, mattings Big Reduction in Granite and Tin Ware. W. L Walker Hardware 7 1 Co. The Jeffries Hardware Store i lOcts 25c 25c 32 in Royal Fence " 39 " " 47 " " " .,....,..:. " ...... 25c 65c 4 cakes Shine all for house cleaning 10c 90c 5 gal smokeless coal oil We will give one 50ct glass lamp for every $2.50 cash purchase 5 gal Progress Tin churns worth $ .25 " 4 Doz clothes Pins Mrs. Potts Irons worth $1 .25 4 Brothers axle Grease 25c buckets -1'Oc boxes 3 for r 25c per rod " 28c " " 31c " 1 00 0 5c Buggies, Wagons, Harness, "and Saddles" ' 90c 20c 25c 35c set Mowers, Rakes and all kinds Farm Machinery Carbs Magnetic Razors Guaranteed. A full line of the best 'Pocket knives and scissors. Common wire nails "' " $2.50 hundred. per No. 1 We Will also give 5 per cent, off on all Bridge Brand Hatcaes " Hammers 50c ", 100 Mound city " Hand Saws "2 50c Galvanized Tubs " " .40c ". ' 40c 40c Close-price- s on everything in our Stock. .'75c accounts paid on these two days. CS5 10 'per cent. Discounts on all goods not listed. .T .. Columbia, Kentucky. A .' w If. Ingram Don't forget to call on me for special prices on these dates 12 and 13 July. 1 ii. n have a large line of Shoes, Slippers Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, that will be sold at reduced prices. Call on me for Furniture, Carpets O'Bryan overalls and Waldo shirts. have a big lot cfrld pantsyj am, closing at bargans. Remember it sell all the school books, also Kandleen-cil- s, tablets, school bells, clocks, Lunchjbpx.es and baskets. Remem ber 1 "" This Space Reserved For This Space is Reserved Russell & Co. jS2QUi,ir Frank Sinclair V For V I (BmXyT, -- .' sr .. The Place For Bargains. -- - r. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS JULY Below will sr jrfc.IV a. B H Hf Hold their Second Cut Price JULY 12 AND 13 No Sale entrance fee. X and Mule Colts, also for the one bringing the largest number of people to town on a wagon. THE PLACE .When in the the, cily call S. N. Hancock. OPTICI-AST Columbia, on - Kentucky. leading Barbers not forget to buy Richard son & Walker's f iour if you want the best. Every "sack guaranteed. Do Lowe & Clark. Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone A. Will give a special reducion on all glasses fitted on these dates. Now is the time to have the work done. Do not put this important matter aside. Call and see me at old the Hotel. Hancock Office Henry Ingrains s Cash Prices 1 At 2th and 1 3th July. 10c yd Phone 194 Home Phone 53-- 1 DR. J. N. ' MURRELL DENTIST One lot Summer dress goods 15 to All 25c straw hats, Sale price Slippers cut 25c to the dollar 25 c, Sale price 15c DR. T. A. SMITH DENTIST 10 per cent, discount on all clothing, work shirt and Overalls Every person paying me $5,00 on account cash or produce will be given free of charge choice of any 25c article in my store. Office, Front 4 I""1 M rooms in Jeffries BTd'g Columbia, Kentucky up Stairs. ;; Columbia, - Kentucky Russell BTd'g--2n- d Floor Front W. H. Wilson DEALER IN Premium List For Friday July 12 All Articles to be Displayed in the Court House Hall by 11 o'clock. Premiums will be Awarded from 3 to 4 o'clock. To one bringing largest number of people from 3 or more miles on wagon, to arFirst $ rive in town by 10 o'clock Booeter Days. H - 3 Cytcipi First-Clas- ana tjaacu -- Also- rocertes. Soft Drinks. While in town July 12 and 13 Don't forget to call in and see L. M. Young the Grocer. on all goods. I will sell t Reascnable prices Just reed, a new line of queensware that s Ice Cream Parlor at bargain prices I also have Soda Fountain serve yoa cold refreshing drinks. and can 10 Meet me next Friday and Saturday. 2nd Read These Bargains One lot mens $2.25 shoes $1.35 1.25 , Best bundle of Wheat Best peck of Irish Potatoes Best 1 head of Cabbage Best 1 doz. new Onions v . .? Best 1 doz Beets Best Horse colt either sex vl k t . - 2nd 00 5 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 5. 00 2 50 Drink My-Co- ca Manufactured by Premium List For Saturday July 13. To one bringing largest number of people from 3 or more miles on wagon, to First reach town by 10 o'clock. Columbia, Bottling' CoJ' v Sold throughout this section bf Kentucky, and is a popular, nocent drink. Address, for Wholesale Prices in- 4 ' " " Ladies Boy $1.75 shoes " . " slippers 50c 1.40 suits, $2.50 values $10 La Belle flour 70c 2nd Best peck Apples 3 Best peck Peaches 2 N. B. Kelsey 4 Best doz. ears Corn 1 5 Best layer Cake Best pound Cake Best bundle Oats 8 Best Mule colt either sex 2nd 00 5 00 - 1 00 1 00 1 00! 1 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 2 Columbia Bottling Company 50 Geo. E. Wilson GROCERIES I Columbia Roller Mills. White Lilly and Souvenir - I want your Trade Stock I am going to fix for you don't come I will always Owners. the old and Reliable. We will give a liberal discount on Flour sold on these days. r and if you think you I carry a good line of ought. groceries and set fairly good meals and when you are in town come a round and see me. ' Remember us with your veterinary work on Booster day. Special prices on all Surgical and Dental work r have what you want in this Line at Prices that are Right. Giye Me a Call. . : V Next Door, to Post Office. t. Jones & Jones T. G. Rasner. Veterinary Surgeons. Smith & Stevenson. Call and See L. Bo Youn; Cumberland Grocery Co. a. B. TAYLOR. ZUOiR. Call in and see me while in Columbia July 12 and Feed Your At orses Ul Jeweler Columbia, Sandusky & Go Hotel Columbia, i. I- 13. - - Kentucky. " For all kinds of rough and dressed lumber, mouldings, porch columns rubber roofings, laths sash doors, and blinds and also for sash weights,, sash cords, and sash pulleys. Prices reasonable. dCiOTT .1 ju: . . . . " -- it Bros First-clas- The Adair County News and Weekly Cour- i o, ,0 Livery Stable Service s ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Friday and Saturday 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health the As health talks to women become Tnore general, both in the newspapers and on the platform, the j .arc beginning to realize mass of women what the more cultivated have always known, that Kood health cannot be found in a powder box. The externals of health may be obtained in that way, but the basis of .health lies deeper, and yet is just as easily obtained. The most important thins that a woman can do for herself, and about which she is often most neglectful, is her to watch the condition ofeyes, stomach the bad and bowels. The weary breath, the frequent headaches, the pimples, the Keneral air of lassitude is nine times out of ten the result of constipation or indigestion, or both. Many simple remedies can be obtained, but Ihe best in the estimation of most women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It Is mild, pleasant to the taste and exactly suited to her needs. It is far -- Zion. &'&&32&s Crops are looking better after -- dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. TV. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. etc., which are entirely too violent. Women should see to it that they have at least one movement of the bowels each day, and when showing any tendency to constipation should take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in tho small dose prescribed. A brief use of it will so train the stomach and bowel muscles that all forms of medicine can be dispensed with. These opinions are voiced by thousands of women, after personal experience, among them Miss V. L. Moore, 32 Claiborne St., Nashville, Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, Ky. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one superior to- - salts, cathartic pills, waters, recent rains. Miss Katharine Willis visited her aunt, Mrs. Bessie Murrell, of Garlin, last Friday and Saturday. WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful ccugh ard very weak. J had spells when 1 could hardly breathe or speak for 1' to 2L minutes, ily doctor could nothtlr me, but I was completely cured by COURIER -J- OURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics.?-I-t 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 The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al Several of the young people attended the lawn party given by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waggen-e- r last Saturday evening. Mrs. Elizabeth Murrell and daughter, Elva, visited relatives at Gadberry last Thursday. Prof. R. 0. Cabell conducted a very successful singing at Zion last Sunday evening. Mr. Robert Willis, of this place, and his niece, Miss Mary Willis, of Gadberry, left Tuesday morning for Lincoln county where they will visit relatives. They will also attend the Educational Association in Louisville. Mr. Arthur Holladay visited J. A. and Ernest Harris last Sunday. Misses Elna Barger and Allie Garnett returned from Bowling Green last Saturday. Misses Lena and Elva Murrell were guest of Miss Mabel Hind-ma- n last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Lewis Young, the silversmith, of Columbia, spent last Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Young. A very painful accident happened to Mr. A. G. Willis last Monday. While coming from the shop his horse became frightened throwing him and injuring his shoulder. He has been confined to his bed since. Craycraft. a Al H i newJ. E. Jolitt, LI. i uiyygif Mrs. 1 Cox, DR. FA" KING'S AND m 50c $1.00 AT ALL DRLGG'STS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEW AtMTwr "" 1, S''" J3 Bfr 9 tVtV Bugg ies Surreys Runabouts, For if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Special Fjstulo, Poll-evi- l, Attnet'n lo Eyes Spavin or any sur- gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care oi stock. Men ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. ONBURKSYILLE STREET. Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr l, $6.00 $2,00 1 Joseph Q ' H. w Stone, Woodson Lewis ireensburg Kentucky, (Sells A Car Load Of Buggies Sunday Courier-Journa- Yr 1 ?! I' Altoney-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : We can give you a combination cut I1 Jamstown, Kentucky, rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. fxxsixs)(s Why i Every i i!5 m wwmmw&mm Not Saturday. Attention! The Adair County iNews one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, til! Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. Read !Thc Saturday June 22nd. Main Street Greensburg was Blocked for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. Farmers are quite busy harvesting their wheat. Corn is looking fine in this part of the country. Mr. G. L. Blair and family were visiting at Russell Springs ' last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Tom Hadley and wife, of Rowes X Road were visiting their niece, Mrs. Myrtle Blair one day last week. Mrs. L. E. Polley, who has been quite sick with nervous prostration, is very much improv ed at this writing. Mr. S. I. Blair celebrated his 42nd birthday the 3rd inst., with an excellent dinner. Only a few of his closest friends being pres- i I This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to Courier The News, Columbia, Ky. Journal? HENRY WATTEKSON During the day Town Marshall called on to clear the street. m-- mmmamm U. G. HARDWICK, m fammaam R. H. DIETZMAN. Editor. We CanFurnish You What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality, Styles Pres. J. If. C0CKF, V. Pres. Sec The Adair County News and the W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED j J 1889 and Easy Riding. ent. Mr. J. O. Polley made a bus- iness trip to Kussell Springs one day last week. I i lvimiiW$iGHTS 1301 TttlETeeNTfi-Mftl- N. DEALERS IN f mflCHiNiSTS LOUISVILLe WeeRly Courier-Journal i ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. ! GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS Both One Year For $1.50 KEMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man, the Mower and Binder man, the Gasoline Engine man, the Farm , ! Mrs. Josie Blair was visiting' her mother, Mrs. William Mont- -' gomery, Ozark, last Monday She is very sick. , SMOKESTACKS, HEiiflRIIB Sheet Iron and Tank Work mm Implement man. Eld. W. G. Montgomery delivered a fine sermon at Shiloh last Sunday. Eiss'! In - We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. JOBBING WORK SOLICITED WOODSON GREENSBURG, KY. LEWIS :V9MWuMHKy "it lHgjgjBS3lg '"j!"&JpiME--- Write Courier-Journ- al Com- The Ruling Passion. All Kinds of Machinery Kepaired- The Apair County News and Daily Courier-Journal The Woodford Sun says: "A number of housewives reportloss of little chickens by the savage attacks of jaybirds. When the ihicks are but a few days old the jaybirds pounce upon them and kill thera by pecking open their tender heads. They then make a meal off the brains of the vic- - time." The woman who had chased dust and dirt all her life finally Effie. reached St Peter. "Gome in you poor tired woJ. T. Bernard bought a tract J. C. Ford will begin a singman." he said and held the gate of land from J. E. Kelsey for ing at Concord church house on ajar. $143.50, also Horace Gossage Saturday June 22nd. But the woman hesitated. Elmer Wheat; the post master bought a tract of i. R. Flanagan "Tell me first," she said, "how for $378. t Jamestown, returned from a often you clean house?" F. M. Wooldridge had the mis- business trip to Texas last SaturThe saint smiled . fortune of getting one of his day. The Sabbath School at Con"You can't shake off the ruling large appletrees blown down cord is progressing nicely. passion, can you ?"he said. "Oh during a wind storm. Miss Sophia Wooldridge was well, step inside.and they'll give The Russell circuit court is in this week. at Jamestown shopping one day you a broom and dust pan instead session somewhat yellow last week. Corn looks of a harp." , pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to on account of so much dry weath send your subscription order er. to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. I If you are a housewife you cannot reasonably hope to be healthy or beautiful by washing dishes, sweeping and doing housework all day, and crawling into bed tired at night. You must get out into the open air and sunlight. If you do this very day and keep your stomach and bowels in good order by taking Chamberlain's Tablets when needed, you should become both healthy and beautiful. For sale by Paull Drug Co. rt THE ADAIR COUNT if NEWS Hold on, Boys. "Cardui Cured Me" For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so many, and I began to take It, and it cured me. Cardui saved my lifel Now, I can do anything."- - Hold on to your tongue when you are just ready to swear, lie TAKE The WomaifsTonic or suffer from any of If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, feelings, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow-n or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui,. the woman's tonic. Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. after-effec- ts. Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept, Chattanooea Medicine Co., Chattanooga, TeniL. book. "Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 54 for Special Instructions, and 64-p- ! i 1. Insect Bite Costs Leg Office 'Phone 40--5 Res. 'Phone 29. A Boston man lost his leg from the bite of an insect two years bafore. To Dr, James Triplett avert such calamities from stings and bites of insects use Bucklin's Arnica Salve promptly to kill the poison and Dentist. prevent inflammation, swelling and pain. Heals burns, bcils, ulcers, piles, JEFFRIES BLOCK eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 25 cents at KENTUCK1 COLUMBIA Paull Drag Co. or speak harshly, or use an improper word. Hold on to your hand when you are about ready to punch, strike, scratch, steal or do an improper act. Hold on to the foot when you are on the point of kicking, running off from study, or pursuing the path of eiror,shame or crime. Hold on to your temper when you are angry, excited, or imposed upon, or others are angry with you. Hold on to your heart when evil associates seek your company and invite you to join in their mirth, games and revelry. Hold on to your good name, for it is of more value than gold, high places or fashionable attire. Hold on to the truth, for it will serve you well and do you good through eternity. Hold on to virtue it is about all price to you in all times and places. Hold on to your good character, for it is, and ever will be your best wealth. X. The New Dictionary. shape of ultimately reaching the Bay of Immortality. Autumn One of the four seasons in which the billing for the summer's cooling begins. Art A theory of beauty which leads its followers to paint the lily and in other ways improve on nature. Absence --A relief of propinquity, designed to lend enchantment to the view and effective in bringing widely separated natures closer together. I ment. And yet has she been mention-- 1 ed in anybody's list of the world's j I THE greatest News. women? Frankfort Four Years Ago. LOUISVILLE TIMES ELLWOOD 26 r WIRE FENCE INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD Alimony A golden device delove in We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PEOOF FENCE as long as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights signed to hold forgotten and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. 58 INCH perennial remembrance. Advice The only free commodity the general run of people refuse to take. A n c e s t r y An underground passage to distinction which enables many men and women to achieve positions they could not win on the level. Applause The after-cla- p ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) MADE IN SIX HEIGHTS "" of a Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East. Market Street, Between First and Brook. ' Louisville, Ky. pail, and make the milkmaid and the best girl think "cuss" words they dare not say. If you are learning to operate a motorcycle and your hat blows off turn quickly in your seat and make a desperate grab to save the hat. If you survive the accident the doctor's bill will be large enough to cover the costs of a dozen new hats, but you Random Thoughts. Some of the papers are saying that if Taft is nominated Roosevelt will do something out of the ordinary. That is to say he will just keep up his same old gait. give' away your old clothes. Send them to the rug maker and let him convert them into rugs. The finished product is liable to be so variegated that have had a practical experience you can pass them off on novices which will be of advantage to you as the real Persian article. in your future efforts' to become When your auto balks ard re- thoroughly abquainted with the fuses to budge an inch don't waste any time trying to coax it machine. to go. Borrow an axe and reduce it to kindling material. You The Senate has come to the will be surprised to know, in a rescue of Collector Winson Wisefew years, how much ready mon- man, of the Eight district, by ey you have saved by your striking from the House legislaseeming recklessness. tive appropriation bill a section When a woman gets real an- cutting out five internal revenue gry it's safer not to attempt to districts throughout the United pool her off by throwing ice wa- States. The House section arter on her. Try and ranged that the Commissioner strawberries, or, if your purse is was to decide what districts he i flush, a new silk gown. A $25 i would dispense with, and as the hat has been known to change Eight Kentucky has the smallest puckering frowns and sizzling returns in that State, this dis sentences into smiles and lulla trict, along with four others in bies. New York, Pensylvania, Illinois To an the winding, and Indiana, would probably be e kick of a cow resem-ble- s abDlished. The Senate bill elli- the awkward effort of a minates this provision, however, bashful youth to embrace his but what may happen in conferbest girl for the first time. Both ence is not known. Senator are too slow and hesitating to do Bradley is watching the situation Don't ice-crea- m on-look- er side-strok- more damage than upset the milk anxiously.- thundering achievement. Angels Imaginary creatures wearing imaginary wings and possessed of imaginary virtues. Angling A fishy pursuit in which many of our most carefully laid plans end in a mess. Aristocrat A large body of dry people completely surrounded by water, distinguished from This is an age of great discoveries, Helen Keller. their fellow mortals by the Harrodsburg July Progress rides on the air. Soon we achievements of forbears who may see Uncle Sam's mail carriers fly- -' 2 never heard of them. Helen Keller, who was born ing in all directions, transporting mail. Mt. Sterling July People take a wonderful interest in a Avarice A human weakness blind and remains blind, has discovery that benefits them. That's Georgetown July 3. which leads on to financial stabil- appointed a member of the Board why Dr. King's New Discovery for, Berea Fair August Coughs, Colds and other throat and ity. of Public Welfare of Schenectady ,ung diseases is the most popuar medi Versailles August - cine in America. me of a Auction A method of sale The blind are commonly regard"It cured Mt. Vernon August dreadful cough," writes Mrs. .T. F, ashpinp-inPPfl of help. Miss in which two persons desiring Pd Burkesville Fair August 1& ,.after DaviSf Stickney Corner Me the same things give fictitious Keller reverses the rule and is doctor.s treatment and all other 4 days. value to second hand objects. equipped admirably to help j "medies had failed." For coughs, colds Vanceburg August or any bronchial affection its unequaled. Litchfield August Ambition An eager and inor- Others. Price 50c and SI. 00. Trial bottle free at Brodhead August dinate desire on the part of a Miss Keller is one of the truly Paull Drug Co. .Lawrenceburg August round peg to get into a square wonderful women of this age, John D. Rockfeller is now Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 or of the ages. He pluck has rec-- 1 hole. worth more than $900,000,000 Hardinsburg August Apparel a means of disguise ognized no obstacle as being in- Columbia August and her ability cording to estimates published enabling a man who owes his by the New York World The Fulton August " n hpr tn tailor more than he can pay to hoa nn nn hnTiVnn London August Without being dissolution of the Standard Oil get immediate credit with anoth- achievement. Franklin August able to read a line save through Company, it is said, has added er. Barbourville Fair September)' a sense of touch, she has mas- more than $100,000,000 to the Age A species of longevity in tered a wider range of learning value of the oil King's stock which wisdom appears when it Bowling Green September than many hard students cover holding's in the oast year. The is too late to be of any use. Join a lifetime. Instead of feeling newspaper statisticans figure seph Kendrick Bangs. bitterly the affliction that is gen- that his income is about $60,000,- - Tompkinsville September ,' Astronomy The science ot the erally accepted as being disqual- 000 a year, or more than $140 a Sanders September Monticello September stars, much affected by students ifying, contenting .herself with minute. No wonder gasoline and Newport September of the Great White Way. See being a charge upon society, she coal oil are so high. The conHorse Cave September Gastronomy. has not only hoed her own row, sumer is paying your "Uncle Morgantown September 19-- . en- but entered the field of civic en- John's" freight. Author A 21. gaged in the business of mixing terprise in the interest of less Lexington October perink and words into connection, successful and Mayfield October the summer During by the use of which large quant- sons. months "She who is deaf will sit in mothers of young children should watch ities of waste paper may be sold for any unnatural looseness of the bownow. Chamberlain's Colic, Buy council; she who is dumb will ad- els. When given prompt attention at Cholera it Diarrhoea Remedy 13 alat a profit. and serious trouble may be avoid- most certain to be needed before the this leaky craft in vise; she who is blind will lead;" ed. time Authorship A Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and summer 13 oyer. Buy it now and be. e York newspaper, Diarrhoear Remedy can always be de- prepared for such an emergency. sailors on the sea which says a New pended upon. For sale by Paull Drug by Paull Drug Co. brave the blast,of criticism in the commenting, upon the appoint- - Co. i pre-eminen- (Statement issued by Colonel Roosevelt June 18, 1908, the day of Mr. Taft's nomination for President.) FOR 1911 " I feel that the country is indeed to be congratulated upon BRIGHTER, BETTER, the nomination of Mr. Taft. I BIGGER THAN EVER Dysentery is always serious and of- have known him intimately for ten a dangerous disease, but it can be many years, and I have a pecuU THE REGULAR PRICE OF cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera feeling for him because and Diarrhoea Remedy has cured it iar even when malignant and epidemic throughout that time we have THE LOUISVILLE TIMES For sale by Paull Drug Co. worked for the same object with the same purposes and ideals. IS New Game Law. A YEAR. "I do not believe there can be found in the whole country a The new hunting law went inso well fitted to be president. IE YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEfc to effect last week and it is now He is not only absolutely fearTO US, YOU CAN GET unlawful to hunt without a less, absolutely disinterested and license except on your own upright, but he has the widest THE ADAIR COUNTY premises, owned or leased. The acquaintance with the nation's law also applies to seining, trapneeds, without and within, and NEWS ping or dynamiting fish. The the broadest sympathies with penalty is a fine or imprisonment all our citizens. AND or both and the confiscation of "He would be as emphatically the outfits captured. a president of the plain people THE L0U1SVSLEE Resident hunters that have yet as L i n c ol n h i m se 1 f lived in the State 12 months prenot Lincoln himself would be TIMES ceding may obtain a license by freer from the least taint of paying $1.00. Nonresidents demagogy, the least tendency to BOTH ONE YEAR must pay $15. They are issued arouse or appeal to class hatred ' by the County Clerks on proper of any kind. FOR ONLY application, who will furnish "He has a peculiar and intiblanks for the purpose. mate knowledge of and sympathy THE LOUISVILLE TIMES All persons hunting without a with the needs of all our people license possession, ready to be of the farmer, of ' the wage- - the be3t afternoon paper prin- exhibited to any one demanding worker, of the business man, of & anywhere. same, will be subject to a fine of the property owner. No matter Has the best corps of corre3- not less than $10 nor more than what a man's occupation or so- -' $25. Licenses are not transfercial position, no matter what his! Pondents. Any person who shall able. creed, his color or the section of Covers the Kentucky field permake to an officer authorized to the country from which he comes issue hunting license, a false' fectly. if he is an honest, statement or charge or alter his Covers the general news field man, who tries to do his duty to-- '. license in any manner, shall be ward the country, he can rest completely. punished by a fine of not less assured that he will have in Mr. Has the best and fullest mat" than $50 nor more than $200 to Taft the most unricht of renre-- 1 which may be added imprison-- ! sentatives and the most fearless kets reports. ' ment in the county jail. Thatjof champions. DEMOCRATIC in politics, bul is going after xhem some. He "Mr. Taft stands against priv- fair t0 everybody- had better pay one little dollar jiege, and he stands and be a good law abiding cit- - y for the broad principles ofjccVm YflllP SIIfWRIP- izenand at the same time help j American citizenship whichliej protect the nsn ana Diras. at the foundation of our nation- T10N RIGHT AWAY The law is also very stringent weu. being." in regard to killing song birds, Kentucky Fair Dates, Mail Carriers Will fly $5.00 i j j J $4.50. j f hard-worki- ng ; t-' j : j J t ; I j 30-Aug- 23-2- 7. 30-Aug- ust 1-- 3. . 7-- 9. 7--9. j n , j i 14-1- 7. 13-1- 6. i 14-1- 6. i - 20-23- j 20-2- 2. j 20-2- 4. I 27-3- 1. 27-3- 0. j 29-3- 1, 4-- 6. 4-- 7. j 4-7- j 4-- 7. 3-- 6. 17-2- 1. 18-2- 1. pen-hok- er 9-1- 2. self-relia- nt 9-1- 2. of-letter- s For-sal- j 8 THESADAIR COUNTY NEWS ADAIR COUNTY THE HEWS G. P: SMYTHE for Published Every Wednesday - by the - HRE INSURANCE and had been almost an invalid for (Incorporated.) Rev, J. W. Weldon is. on a visit to ReALjESTATE the past ten or fifteen years. Hardin county. EDITOR. She was one of the oldest of the CHAS. S. HARRIS Prof. R. R. Moss, retnrned from residents of our community. She Hart county last week. Democratic newspaper devoted to the Gradyville. was a member of the Methodist Dr, J. I. McClendon, of Jamestown, of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. church. Short funeral services was here last Thursday. Miss Mollie Flowers, Gradyville, is W. L. Winters spent a day or were were conducted by her pasas Entered at the Columbia visiting the Misses Moss. class mall matter. so at Greensburg last week. tor, Rev. G. W. Pangburn and Attorney General James Garnett reC. S. Bell and Thos. Moss, of her remains interred in the Grady turned to Frankfort WED. JULY., .3 1912 Nell, were in our midst last Fri- cemetery at this place. Miss Celeste Shirley,. Milltown, was in-re- Adair County News Company. nice bunch of cattle to J. F. Pendleton at 4 cts. per lb. Died, on the 28th, Mrs. Per- - Mr. W. R. Lyon made Columbia last, melia Grady, wife of Uncle Thos. Friday. Grady, in her 89th year. She Mr. G. R Holt, Campbell3ville, was'; Monday. here Personal Sandusky & Co. Wholesale and Retail LUMBER All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds st Columbia, Kentucky. Post-offi- ce sec-a- d to-da- y. day. shopping in Columbia Monday. Mrs. Geo. W. Staples spent several days of last week in Louisville. Mr. B. F. Chewning, who is a revenue The steam roller at Chicago officer, is at home for two months. did such effective work in placMr. Frank Sinclair was in the city ing a halt on Roosevelt's Presi- market a few days of last week. W. J. Hughes & Sons Co., Incoroorated I i I Democratic Ticket. For President OSCAR W, UNDERWOOD, of Alabama. Mr. J. D. Walker has been in a very critical condition for the past few days. Hatcher. Louisville, Kentucky. Windows, Doors, Blinds, Columns, We have had plenty of rain for the past few days. Our farmaspirations that we are ers are making some complaint dential Announcements using one on this end of the Coabout the weather. pike. It is adding lumbia A. W. Tarter and wife, of For Congress greatly to the comfort of the We are authorized to announce Jack Columbia, spent several days of public. It was out of Chinn a candidate for Congress in the last week on their farm near this traveling commission at Baltimore. The eighth district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held Au- place. Democrats had never had any gust, 3rd. Lee Flowers, of Lebanon, is practical lessons in manpulating spending this week with his such a machine. Sullivan. father and sisters at this place. 7 I Mrs. Harry V. Denver, left for her home, Lexington, Tenn., this morning. Mr. Cosby McBeath, wholesale: xvc of Monticello, Sat- met his wife and baby here last urday. Brackets, Mouldings, Stair Work. Ask KySZP'A ,i rWYWY w. z. m. sJL. x. a We are authorized to announce J. A. Sullivan, of.'Madison county, a candi- uable work mule one Mr. G. E. Nell lost a very val- night last on date for Congress'in this the Eighth week. District, subject toj the action of the Rev. G. W. Pangburn was Democraticjprimaryjtojbe held August 3, 1912. the sick list several days of last Harvey Helm. week, Dr. J. H. Grady, of Columbia, We are authorized to announce that couuty spent Hon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln several days here last week is a candidate for Congress, m the Eight district, subject to the Demo- by the bedside of Mrs. Thos. L. cratic primary to be held August 3, Grady. iT Remember children's day at THE LATEST. Union .on the 1st. Sunday in July. Everybody invited to attend. Dinner on the ground. We had hoped that before goMiss Yates, of East Fork spent ing to press we would be able to last week with the family of Mr. announce that a Democratic Luther Willis. ticket had been named at BaltiMrs. Reece, of Jamestown, more, but at this writing, Tuesspent several days of last week day morning, no candidate is in visiting her daughter, Mrs. the neighborhood of the nomina- - QfyftTiow;ii 6 tion. There is a deadlock and judging from the reading of the Dr- - McClendom,of Jamestown, metropolitan papers, it is more accompanied Miss Maggie Bragg than likely it will not be broken, home last week- - The doctor says In fact the Louisville Times he is favorably impressed with says that it has from an unim- - some of the PePle of Grady ville. peachable source, that the Balti- - Mr. G. T. Flowers spent a few more convention will adjourn to days of last week visiting his meet in August with a new set friends and relatives in the com-o- f delegates; that it is impossi- - munir.y of Fairplay. ble for the ones now sitting to ' Mr. Jacob Nelson, of Greens-mak- e a nomination. burg spent several days of last The convention has been in week in this community, receiv-sessio- n for more than a week, ing staves for the Greensburg and on the thirty-thir- d ballot, the market. last one, Woodrow Wilson was Mr. J. F. Pendleton, the well-i- n the lead with 4774 VOtes: known srnnk dpnlpr nf fhic nlaoo w U111U klMUUI MVWfc WW Clark second with 446. From bought one sow and ten pigs from this it will be seen that the two J. H. Smith for $90. Can any leading candidates can prevent one beat this price. the possibility of a choice; and Guy Nell' spenfc one day ast from Baltimore comes the state- - week.in Metcalfe county on that the delegates repre-- j mess senting the two leading candiMessrs. J. W., J. L. and H. A. dates will never surrender. Walker, of Columbia, spent a We hope, h'owever, that the dav or so bv the hfdsidp of their ,, , , above statement will prove in- . f correct, and that something will Hunn & Co., of Columbia, be brought to bear to bring a spent a day or so of last week in y nomination or this community looking after The country is impatient anxcattle and lambs at the market ious for a settlement. j ! 912, i j j ' j j j j t . W ; j bus-me- nt For There were six applicants for Mrs. Ralph Waggener and children Our teacher's certificatesjin the coun- are visiting the family of Mr. Edwin Hurt, Lebanon. ty examination in June. Every Complete Mrs. Sallie Walker has returned from first-clasome an extended visit to friends and reland one made a Ceitalocr of the grades measure close to atives at Nell. 98 per cent. The majority of Mrs W. T. McFarland and her the certificates in Taylor first-clas- s. daughter, Miss Alma, returned from Indianapolis Saturday. Most of the teachers have Misses Estella Willis and Nell had Normal training and they who have been teaching in Georgia, measure up to all requirements returned home last Thursday. who visited Miss Rose Huggins, in the work in their respective Mrs. J. R, Hindman, has returned to her home in Jefferson county. districts. Miss Birdie Miller, the 24 year Mr. J. E. Lyon, of Carroll county. Proves Mo., a native of Adair county, is with flFirfim old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. his friends and relatives here. MM""MMMMBMJTTyw Till J'II y Hi VhTj f TOich" Joe Miller, Roach ville, died last Mr. Tom Judd, who has been teachudSlilff fjfc Monday. Her remains were in- ing near Winchester, Clark county, reached home last Friday at noon. terred at Liberty cemetery. She B. Simpson and wife and was a highly respected young G.Dr. H. Dillon,' Breeding, were Mr. You have two houses tc bo painted. We want to sell you Mastic W. in Paint for only one of them. We would rather you would use some lady, and many friends mourn Louisville a few days of last week. other paint on the other house. Paint the two at once one with her death. She was sick only a Mrs. W. H, Shipp and children, o f :V Princeton, Ky ,are visiting Mrs.Shipp's few days. parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. D Barbee. Wheat harvest has been on this Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson, Miss "TIib Hind That Lasts" week, The farmersare not ex- Lola Gentry and Mr. William Irvine, and the other with an other paint, it matters not what brand pecting more than one half of spent last Sunday at Russell Springs some mixed paint or Lead and Oil. We will only-- sell 'ou one W. Ohio, the usual yield. Other crops Lis Mrs. inK. Azbell, Cleveland, at the lot of paint this time; next time we will sell you Mastic visiting Columbia, stopping Paint for both houses in fact we expect to sell you paint for are making satisfactory growths home of her brother, Mr. Jas. T. Page. the other house before the Mastic house needs repainting. and a seasonable summer and Mr. Eldridge Barger and sister, who "THE TEST PROVES WHICH IS BEST" attended the Educational Association fall will assure a good crop. Manufactured by feeaftf at Louisville, returned home Thursday. Our . last legislature enacted CO., Inc.. LOUISVILLE. KY. Mr. John T. Harvey, who makes his several good laws which are home in Kansas City, was here visiting FOR SALE BY being observed at this place. The his mother and sister, having arriving Wednesday. license necessary to hunt has not last Sallie Bradshaw, who has been been violated by any, and in onMrs.extended visit to her daughter, an J. L. Wilson, Greensburg, Ky., J. H. Womack, consequence of the law, the Mrs. W. F. Hancock, Louisville, reRussell Springs, Ky., Simcoe Dockerv, Jamestown, young boys 'are not "toting" cently returned home. guns thus endangering their own Squire John Eubank, who has been Ky. on the decline for the past six months, as well as others lives. was not so well several days of last doing away of the public week, but he is better now. The Sheer Hosiery Weights (Russell Hotel Rev. S G. Shelley and wife spent drinking cup is not making a Thursday night in Columbia They Plus hardship, but is meeting the ap- were on their return from their old 6 miles East of Columbia Wear proval of the public in general. home, Clinton county, to Louisville. Guaranteed Now Open for Guests Mrs. N. M, Tutt and her little son, Mr. J. H. Sanders, who has ATE handle the only 25c sheer Miss Virginia Coffey, who conducted a very successful nor- Nathaniel.and i n Illinois, returned Spring greatly improved " silk lisle guaranteed hosiery' visited relatives mal at Lebanon, has returned to last Thursday afternoon. They report made. Its heel, toe, sole, knee and If Ice can be secured, Ice Cream and a delightful visit. top are heavily reinforced with his native heath to be with his Lemonade served ss Mr. R. L. Marshall, Campbellsville, made his regular trip to Columbia last Thursday. Miss Mattie Sinclair left last weekou a visit to friends in Lebanon and Harlan county. , Tup-ma- n, i ! ITWwkM THEITEST m IS BEST IB 1 ft . Mastic Mixed Faint - igiES PEASLEE-GAULBER- T i PaulS Drug; Co. Spring 1 f family. Mr. S. L. Kinniard and son, J. H , of j to-da- to-nig- ht. rk price, Mrs. Kate Montgomery and The State Educational Associa-- 1 q Columbia R tion. neia m umisviue last weeK, yigited fcheir gick f Mr was largely attended and ev D. Walker, of this place a day or ddently much valuable work was so of last week. accomplished, looking to advancMr. Elmer Cole and wife wiU Leading educaed education. tors from all parts of the State leave in a few days for the lone preach at the Presbyterian church this were present, and while much Stat Sfcate to make their future (Wednesday) evening. There will be During the summer months no prayer meetinjg-a- t the Methodist interest was manifested and a home. Success to them. great deal of profit derived, it the hail stdrm' last Friday mothers of young children should watch church." &'t " unnatural looseness of the bow' wasalso a week of intense en- - niht did considerate damage to for any" r. ro K V eis'.CWnen given prompt attention at Born, to the wife of Sam Willis, near - joyment. The hotels and board - LtJj , tnd growing' crop of command to th(s tinie serious trouble may be avoid-ed- i Absher7Tune 25, a son. yjw Ji. u &g houses showed their hospi Chamberlain's CoUc, Cholera and bacco in some localities. Di'arrnoear Remedy can always be detality b 'giving thef etchers' anH Lot bargains at RusselL Spimgs. on Luther Willis stilft'las'tf week a pended upon. For sale by Paull Drug Thursday July llth. "-'-t visitors special rates. Co. j j Several teachers and other Menzies, her daughter, at this place. public spirited citizens attended Mrs. Kinniard will spend several days in Columbia visiting relatives and the K. E. A. , Louisville. friends. R. Garnett Graves, is the only Mr. H. W. Wilson and two daughters, Of Terre Haute, Ind., visited relatives representative of our county atat Cane Valley last week. Mr. Wilson tending the convention at Balti- is a brother of Mr. Geo. E Wilson, more. It is needless to say that tikis' place. The first named left Adair county many years ago. Mr. Graves will make himself Mrs. Mary Nell and her daughter, useful as an official. Miss Esther, of Somerset, arrived in Mr. Lum.Cox and Miss Ethel Columbia last Thursday afternoon and stopped at the home of Mrs. Nell's Horst were married last Wednes-da- y brother, Gov. J R. Hindman. They evening at the Presbyterian will visit in the county several weeks. Manse, by Rev. A. G. Link. The Rev. J. N. Crawford, of California, young couple have the best who has been visiting bis brother here, delivered a helpful discourse, the Methwishes of their many friends. odist church Sunday night. He will . Red Lick, are visiting Mrs. James strong linen thread but its body is sheer and thin, seamless and smooth.. every Saturday afternoon and night. It's Buster Brown's Come and recuperate your health and have a pleasant time and rest. "DarnlesS" Guaranteed Hosiery Dollar 25c a Pair Guaranteed 4Box Months Rates: I. IYL $1.00 per day, $5.00 per week. Tuller, Proprietor. If it fatls to outlive its signed guarantee of four months, new hosiery,' will be furnished free without argu- STOCK NOTICE Jersey Bull We have a Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bull that we will stand at $1.00 at the gate, at our home on the Somerset road miles ' from Columbia. ment. 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 li Garrison Bros. m. E. Jones -- -- Jones -- l. & i. Jonas n mptherswhordetest darning. Vcteninapy Sutrge0n and Danttit Jones V , "Russefl & Co. t j v - j Mx Coiumbia,Ky. . .... 9 years experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School building. PHONENO. 7.