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Candidates ipeak at Liberty Monday, and Helm Vigorously Brands Untrue Charges Sullivan is Making. (Interior Journal.) Congressman Harvey Helm, of Lincoln county, and Judge Jere Sullivan, of Madison county, met in joint debate at Liberty, Casey county, Monday afternoon in their campaign for the Democratic nomination for Congress, and it was Helm Day all the way. The big congressman spoke in fine style, and had the crowd completely with him. He will overwhelm his opponent in Casey county. There were hundreds of Democrats in town that day and a careful poll by the I. J. man failed to disclose a single man in town who will vote against Helm for the nomination. The situation in Casey seems to be 9 as were Republicans, and that he would take great pleasure in endorsing some of them for places at Frankfort, and at Washington, if he were elected. Congressmrn Helm demanded of the Democrats of Casey what was the difference between this tempting with-thoffer of jobs, and a plain open and shut proposition of going to a man and attempting to buy his vote with cash in hand. Congressman Helm told the Democrats of Casey that he has welcomed them into the Eighth district as gladly Set. for Lattrenceburg, reaching there the County of Adair i as any one. He read a statement he :?:i?!?I3sr afternoon. Lawrenceburg is I Walker Brvanfc. Clerk of th AH.iiV had made at the time, in which he had a saloon town and Anderson count? Is 1t County Court, certify that the foree-rather remarkable. Reports are heard said that his only regret was that tho the chief whisky county in the State, ing name has been certified to me by of a few scattered voters in remoter good Democrats of Rockcastle had not there being twelve or fifteen large dis- - the Secretary of State to be voted for sections, who may yote against him, also been kept in the district. He said tilleries there. Almost to a man those at the Primarv Elpctinn nn An?-.- . .. support of the Congressman that the Democrats of Casey and but the liquor people are for Helm. After the 1912. for renomination by the rank and file cf Adair Were his kind of people, and he withdrawal of Col. Chinn, why did Given under my hand this July 8, the party seems to be almost unan- felt at home among them. He briefly Congressman Helm rush to his whisky 1912. imous. The Democratic workers in ev- reviewed his record in Congress, tellWalker Bryant Clerk. supporters for conferences. Did he ery section of the county are for him ing of his work as. chairman of the, hold a conference with one of the enthusiastically, and predict an over- important committee on Expenditures' Gov. James B. McCreary. chief agents of the Kentucky Distillerwhelming majority for him on August in the War Department and of its recies and Warehouse Company prior to 3. ommendations, savincr to the neoDle coming out and declaring that he would Gov. James B. McCreary is one of Mr. Helm spoke first. He made a millions of dollars in taxes each vear. Support temperance laws in WaVnihg- - the most appreciative Democrats in hit right at the start by recalling the He pointed out that although he had ton: lnese are questions that are ne-- ' Kentucky. His long career of success close personal relations he has had been working and voting to cut down ture, ing asked by the temperance voters and politic1 achievments are with the Democrats and the people of the taxes on the people at Washington, In response to the charge that the I sad$o and they should be answered. Some be very largely due to Casey, theood neighbor of Lincoln, thsre was not a property owner in the whisky forces were I hv,.(rJ At Po!f nis spirit or SK behind him. Mr. in months ago Congressman Helm appointand declared that he felt almost as state who had not had to pay higher Helm brought down the house preciation and gratitude. Last year when he ed Clarence Woods, of Richmond, to a after an much at home there as he did in his taxes since juage builivan had served a called attention to the telegram Joint Debate Wife Hon. insult to Democracy had been which clerkship in Washington. Woods was hatched up at Stanford, which jeopardown county. He took up in detail the term in tne legislature four years ago. Judge Sullivan had just 2fead from Sul Jere Sullivan. the recognized temperance leader of ized Gov. McCreary's chances of sucwork which he has accomplished at Congressman Helm declared that he livan's friend Senator W. B Dowling vv ashmgton Kentucky. Before Woods could make cess, Hon. Jere Sullivan took off his during his term of service I was a strong champion of educational and then he reminded the democrats there, and told how he had worked wuift. cuuuii every nne, nut mat ne did that senator Dowling is one of A prominent Casey county citizen his arrangements to go to Washington coat and went to work Like a Trojan td the bigfaithfully and earnestly to decrease the not believe in voting still higher taxes gest distillers in Anderson county. Con- tells the Advocate that Congressman he received a telecrnm from Holm weld the party together, flv months burden of taxation upon the farmer and upon the people with the state already gressman Helm urged Harvey Helm made a flunk at Liberty saying that the appointment had been l he spent in this. That his efforts" bora the democrats the laboring man, how he had sought to heavily in debt, ne referred to his of Casey to look at the situation a last Monday in the jo'int debate with witnarawn. A letter iollowed savin? fruit was exemplified irt one of the lower the high cost of living and work for the farmers' free list bill, the sober, thoughtful way, Hon. Jere Sullivan, He evidently for- that temperance people had objected to grandest victories the and Democratic parthroughout it all had stuck faithfnlly to tobacco census bill and other progres- whether it was wortb while to consider got part of his speech and goaded by Woods, Woods himself said then and ty has ever achieved in Kentucky. turn out his post of duty, working honestly and sive democratic measures for which he a man who has worked faithfully and the charges made by his opponent, be- still says that the Whisky Rincr obiect- - Although the insuit which disturbed ed so seriously to his appointment that the party truly for the interests of the common had labored faithfully in the interest earnestly for their was started at Stanford, the interests for one came mad carried on violently, smack people. He asked if it was because of of the people. ing his hands in a strange manner and he was kicked out by Helm before he home town of Congressman Harvov who has been untried and is unknown. this character, of service that the DemAnd from the scores who crowded ud yelling out, making a big noise. Our even took his place. Mr. Woods had Helm, little did he do to bring about MEAN CHARGE DISPROVED. ocrats of the district were to be asked after the speaking was over to shak informant says to his personal know-lddg- e not even solicited the appointment. harmony and success in November. to turn him out, and place in his stead, at least one hundred men who Some weeks later, Woods, who was a xx cuiunuutea icss to tne state cam- congressman Helm denied emphatic- - i Mr. Helm by the hand, a spectator .1 ? ,,.,. aw .... one who had been selected by a coterie ally the charge made by Col. Chinn would judge had before the speaking been inclined tftAlAnf Lciuperuiice uuvocate, declared paign fund than anv that the Casey county other Democratic of politicians at a dark lantern meeting that the whisky interests are behind democrats, like the big majority to Helm openly declared themselves for he would vote for O'Rear if Gov. Mc ; cut.-!. of UHilUUill in a Louisville Hotel. And then he de- - turn, and read a letter he had written their brothers over Eighth distnVf Sullivan. Congressman Helm declared Creary did not come out on the tem- under the circumstances he should have the 0 ..vvy he had not promised any jobs, although perance question. Then Helm tried to been the largest scrioea tne celebrated Victoria Hotel to a prominent temperance man, long are not willinc to make anv nhsituro contributor. it is generally known that George Wil- make the .people believe that he did not such circumstances, who blamesUnder meeting wnen Judge Sullivan was before this issue was raised, in which just at this stage of the game. Gov. lis, of Shelbyville, is canvassing the withdraw the appointment on account McCreary picuea oy a number of men over the he had pledged himself to the Shepard-Kenyo- n for being favorable to Ad. district to make the race against Helm. district, pleading with the voters to of objections raised by the liquor inter- Judge Sullivan. Does not. bill, the measure which the temsuch a The speaker pointed out very signifi- perance forces are seeking to have Mr. L. L. Eubank, wbo has been a support Helm, as Helm's defeat means ests, but because Woods was not a policy show the McCreary spirit the cantly that although Casey county at passed through the national congress. faithful employe of Reed Hardware his defeat. Citizens in almost every good Democrat. Yet at that time same spirit which has characterized Company, since the company embarked county are making a fight for the Con- George Willis, of Shelbyville, was him through that time was a part of the Eighth dis- He pointed out that Col. Chinn's d his long career and made trict, not one of her leading Democrats charge was being printed in in business, tendered his resignation gressman on the ground that they will Congressman Helm's private secretary, him the idol of Kentucky. Every man had been asked to narticinate in that the papers of the district at Sullivan's last week and accepted a position as be taken care of if Helm wins. Dan- and still is. As to the above facts a who believes in Gov. McCreary should meeting, and say who was a good man expense, although it was palpably un- stock keeper for Russell & Co., and he ville Advocate letter addressed to Mr. Clarence Woods be for Judge Sullivan, for to him more Ad. to represent the district. His oppo- - true and a complete misrepresentation, is now with that firm. As a stock will gain more detailed information. than to, any other man in Kentucky the nent it would seem, was claiming great Congreseman Helm's explanation along keeper he has but few equals, and as a A Congregational Meeting, Kentucky has done practically all that Democratic administration at Frankis possible to bring about real local op- fort owes a debt of credit for helping to bring Casey into tnis line was completely satisfactory to window dresser, he ranks with the best gratitude for the the district, yet he had not sought to his temperance friends in Casey county of artists. The Session of the Presbyterian tion, but the national laws permit liquor splendid victory last November. Dannave oasey represented at this select and a great many 'declared afterward. church has ordered a special meeting to be shipped from outside states into ville Advocate. Ad. meeting. On the other hand, Cong- that the Chinn charge is already prov of the members of this church for ne,xt dry territory. The next great temPublic ressman Helm came before the good ing a severe boomerang to Judge Sabbath morning. The annual report perance work must be done at WashingDemocrats of Casey and sought his Sullivan, since its deceptive character For Sale. of the Uoard of Deacons is to be render- ton by the passage of a law prohibiting nomination by their help in the open has become known. Hon. Harvey Helm, Congress- ed and plans of another year projected. the shipment of liquor from a foreign -- vvwuuv, JllllUOljr, i!HU State into a dry territory Boyle counoc as jjg, Congressman Helm held fhe close and man from this District, and can- It will be the beginning of the fifth Sewing machine, dining table, rockty has been fooled several times by her choice of any clique of politicians. He undivided attention of the big crowd to didate for the Democratic nomi- year of the pastorate of Rev. J. R. ing chairs, cooking stove, heating told how even Col Jack Chinn had representatives on this subject and has Crawford. the end; The largest portion remained nation for stoves, two chests, box couch, carpets, will speak At 8, p. m. the beautiful and impres- been forced in the opinion that a liquor seen the "snake tracks" at that Louisto hear 'Judge Sullivan's reply, although in ville meeting, and had declared that it the interest of his candidacy sive story of Ben Hur will be given and man cannot be depended upon to pass tables, garden implements, lawn mowmany left when Helm had concluded. er, pump stock, ice cream freezer, sauwas a "frame-up- " pure and simple. at the following places: by the aid of the many stereopticon temperance legislation even if he de sage mill, washing machine, fruit jars, fudge Sullivan dwelt at considerable views will prove a vivid and realistic clares before election that he will. stone jars, springs and Wednesday, July 10th PAID FOR MISREPRESENTATION mattress, and length upon his own career from boystory. The twilight service is to be The cause will naturally be better rep- good many other things too numerous Milltown, 10 a. m. hood up, and told of theTsaccess he has resented by a man whose record on the Congressman Helm laid particular omitted. to mention. S. N.' Hancock. Gradyville, 1 p. m. temperance question is clear for years stress upon denials of the reckless made in life, how he has succeeded in evThe colored baseball team of this past and who has always been found Nell, 4 p. m. statements which have been printed in erything he has attempted, and finally Rev. J. R. place came in from Burkesville last on the right side. he has become president of the biggest Crawford has papers over the district and paid for bv Breeding, 8 p. m. Friday afternoon, looking sad and and the leading bank in Madison coun Notwithstanding his declaration, one carefully prepared a lecture on Ben, Judge Sullivan, the greater part of Thursday July 11th. weary. They journeyed to Bnrkesville of the editors of the Advocate had an Hur, which he is to give next week at which, the speaker declared, are abso- ty. He told of h's service in democratto clean up the colored team of that experience with Congressman Harvey Columbia, Burkesville, Marrowbone, ic campaigns and the part he had play Fairplay, 10 a. m. lutely without a scintilla of truth or town, but at the close of the ninth Helm very much like that of Clarence Edmonton and Sulphur Well. This lecGlensfork, 1 p. m. foundation. He deprecated that a man ed in drawing up the democratic plat inning, the Burkesville team had either Woods and we advise the temperance ture is to be fully illustrated and as it , ,. ' form, at the request of the party lead- of Judge Sullivan's iiLiim mm ir iirin i ri Cane Valley, 8 p. m. seven or fourteen scores, there being people who support him to demand that deals with the most wonderful personreasserted that he had worked stoop to the publication of statements 7 Friday July 12th two statements, to its credit, and the he back up his word by some reliable age in human history-Thfor the admission of Adair and Casev whicli ....... hoon nrn,,n lUbU UU! v.... hnvo ..., uiuicil Chrisfit .. 1 -. Tin. i . jJ i Knifley 1 p. m. Columbia team had, well the score bonding company. Danville Advocate. should prove an inspiration to all who , ...- - ot.i rr nrn riu igum uujlhul, .u rcnu telegrams i true. He flatlv denied that hp hA o,,. keeping failed to make a mark. are fortunate enough to hear it. Ad. Koley, p. m. made any attack ubon the Democratic Irom benator R. L. Hubble, of this county, and Senator 7. E. Dowling.of State administration as Sullivan and Hon. Jere Sullivan is cordially hispaid-fo- r A Card. statements had charged. Anderson county, commnnding what he invited to be present and will be The P. H. Bridgewater farm, near Death of a Good Woman. ne read an extract from the Interior had done for Casey and how his work Cane Valley, Adair county, will be sold before the committee of the legisla- given a fair devision of time. by Journal, published immediately after the heirs, at public sale, on a credit 1 extend my heartfelt thanks to the Democratic State convention, in ture had played a large part in getting All interested in this contest are of six and twelve months, at the court- relatives and friends of Parnell, for Mrs. Bettie Todd, who was the belovwhich it was shown conclusively that the two new counties into the district, cordially invite"d. house door in Columbia, at the August sympathy extended during my father's ed wife of J. W. Todd, son of Mr. Scott he had stood like a solid rock with the the telegram from Dowling being parcounty court. Respectfully sickness the last year, and after his Todd, died last Thursday morning near ticularly eulogistic of Sullivan and his friends of Gov. McCreary. He did deHARVEY HELM. About 100 acres in cultivation and death June J8th, J912. town. She had been afflicted for more clare, however, that Judge Sullivan had work. Tandy Campbell about 00 fine timber. Good residence than a year . She was a lady of many before, and would probably do it again, Judge Sullivan declared that he did . R. H. Crossfield, President, of y and other buildings. noble traits of character, and her death til Aug 1st: practically by implication, if not ac- not think it would be improper for him The Children's Day Anniversory, brought sorrow University, will speak Chrisnot only to the hustually sought to tempt the good Dem- to attempt to get a job for democrats tian Church on Sunday, the at held at Union Presbyterian church last band and two small children, but to a Hth of this Sheriff A. D Patteson is now ready Sabbath, was irievery way a ocrats to support him by the dangling of Casey county on account of his close month at 11 a. m. Everybody is invitsuccess to receiye taxes and he urges prompt and a most creditable undertaking for great many relatives. of penitentiary guardship and other relations to the officials at Frankfort, ed to hear him. Bro. Crossfield needs payment. The sooner paid the better political places before their eyes. And and promised to do what he could, al- no introduction to the people the excenllet Sunday school a't that The interment was in the Murray of Colum- the taxpayer will feel afternoon, many place. It was reported hy the Supt, graveyard Friday yet, the speaker said, Jndge Sullivan though he declared emphatically that bia. He held a meeting here several relatives and friends being present. f Wm. Wilmore. that the school had asthe man who daimed to have he had not promised jobs to any dem- years ago and the people will be averaged over fifty schelars for each written the Democratic platform, ocrats. He said that a prominent newsThe News extends its sympathy to to hear him. He will speak at Sunday of the present year. It was a the bereaved ones in the hour of their which specifically declared for the re paper man was mistaken when he claim- Cane Valley on Sunday evening of the Adair County Sunday-Schoo- l Union moval of the State charitable and penal ed that he had promised a position. Convention will convene with the Mt. fine program, a fine dinner and fine great affliction. same day at 8 o'clock. institutions from politics. And sure on Saturday, people. Pleasant Sunday-SchoThis referred to Editor W. Owen July 20. An interesting program has enough when he spoke a little later, Mclntyre, of the Danville Advocate, The meeting at Edmonton held by The Board of Education for Adair For Sale Sullivan did, in effect, "dangle who announced only a short time ago Eld. Z. T. Williams and Eld Luther been arranged and every body is invitJudge county has employed Miss Minnie Young closed last Wednesday evening. ed. the jobs," for he declared that he be- over his own signature that he had The Kemp as Rural school Superintendent, attendance was good and the peopromised the place of Resident I have some household and ether lieved the good Democrats of Casey been to act until September. The selection Do not fail to see S. N. Hancock and Secretary by Judge Sullivan, if the ple felt that the meetiner did mnrh is a good one, and the duties assigned goods which I will sell privately, Call -- rde&erred some recognition Jn view of latter was nominated and elected, and good. Only one Confession but all the , have you a good pair of glasses fitted Miss Kemp will be faithfully carried and see them. all of its coanty officers who has been working with might and churches enjoyed the meeting. on Boost Day. the fact that S.N. Hancock out. e . 1 main seeking to line up his friends in Boyle for Judge Sullivan ever since So it seems that there is a serious mistake out somewhere regarding the position which Mr. Mclntyre has been expecting and assuring his friends he has been promised. Judge Sullivan called on Mr. Helm to tell what he had done in Congress, and declared that because he had worked and voted for bills to save the people money he deserved no credit for them for the republican senate had killed some of them and the president had vetoed others. He charged that Congressman Helm had not voted DEMOCRATIC PARTY against the Sherwood pension bill, which he characterized as altogether Vote For On Only unreasonable. Other charges that he has made from time to time were rehearsed by Judge Sullivan, but not once For Congress throughout his whole address did he receive the slightest ripple of applause. On the other hand Congressman Helm HARVEY HELM was frequently applauded during his speech and when he arose for his short J. A. SULLIVAN rejoinder after Judge Sullivan, he was greeted with a burst of cheering and such as him up Harvey, " "Tell Stte Si Kentucky Set. h!m about it." etc. County of Adair And he "told him about it" in conI Walker Bryant, Clerk of the Adair vincing tones. He showed first that County Court, certify that the foreother prominent Madison county demo- going names have been certified to me crats had been working for the bill by the Secretary of State to be voted which would add dark, Powell and for at the Primary Election on Aug., 3, Estill to the Eighth, all of which were 1912. in the same judicial or senatorial disGiven under my hand this July 8, trict as Madison, and he proved that 11912 Walker Bryant Clerk. those who were claiming Judge Sullivan had worked for the Casey and Adair bill, had gotten their wires crossed on the bills which were before the leeisla "-K- SMOKED OUT. Congressman Helm at Liberty Says He is for Temperance. But Is He? i After being smoked out by the Daily Advocate, other newspapers and thousands of temperance voters in the district, Congressman Harvey Helm finalREPUBLICAN PARTY ly declared that he will vote for temperance laws at Washington if elected. Vote For One Only The declaration was made at Liberty yesterday afternoon when he engaged in a joint debate with Hon. Jere Sulli For Congress van. So far so good. When Col. Jack Chinn made the charge at Lancaster that Congressman Helm is backed by J. W. DJENSMORE the whisky ring, Cwgresaman Helm was in Liberty Ag 90 ks the news jg Kwituckv fc LJ HELM FLUNKED. tkt.. 1 I J I ! - J i ! . ! I I 0., " irDtw ..-w.j, state-ment;an- ! . Speaking re-electi- I i.., ..., . e, -- Tran-silvan- 35-t- ed -- ol t -- . -- J tf Boy Proves a Hero. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The average milk cow drinks Rowes X Roads. daughter, Miss Willie, attended from 80 to 100 pounds of water a the funeral of Austin Hurt, Metraining and day. The more a cow can be inWell it just keeps Ernest Southerland, the six calfe county, last week. my wheat not cut. The honest duced to drink the better for the Mrs. X. N. Scott who has been i year old son of Garfield Souther-lanhands report the general wheat milk flow. of Newcastle, proved him- in feeble health for sometime crops very good in this corner. Sometimes it isn't the seller's m self a real hero when he saved improves very slowly. Jim Oaks got through planting fault when a cow doesn't come brother from Born to the wife of John Gibhis corn the other day. up to advance notices. An old death in the flames. The young- son a son. ster had been left at home with Mrs. Addie Gibson will have a Andrew Loy and Miss Stellie Quaker sold a cow and sometime the infant while his parents and new dwelling erected near here Huehs were married here last afterward the buyer complained 5K & week, good luck to you is the sne was not yielding the promother members of the family aoon. the wishes of their many friends. , ised amount of milk. "Thee were out picking cherries. DurThere will be an all day meet zfe Bill Price don't get any better should have bought my pasture, 7TZ ing their absence the house ing at Independence the fith Eris able to walk around some too," was the Quaker's significaught fire and Sunday. Every body invited to he cant reply. nest, despite the danger to him- come and bring well filled bask- each day. self, rushed in and grabbed his ets. Walter Pierce has got back Good Things to Eat and Drink In baby brother from the bed and home after a stay of two years Summer. Dr. H. B. Simpson and wife a carried him out to safety. Then in the pen he says he wants no who have been on an extended Fannie Merritt Farmer, the boys obey the little fellow returned and Bowling Green and other more of that. Kind cookery editor of the Woman's r succeeded in pulling three' or visit to the law and then you can stay at points are expected home this Home Companion, writes in the 7K four chairs and some bed clothhome with your mother. week. number of that periodical on ing out of the house. Neighbors Born, to the wife of Ben "Tempting Hot Weather J. H. Moore, Weed, visited at soon arrived on the scene, but Kimbell a boy, mother and baby Dishes. She says that good home of his brother-in-labefore they could do anything the are doing well. Harvey, last Sunday. housewives should try hard durthe building had been destroyed, Wm. Beldon Helm and wife went ing the summer days to stimuwith practically all of its conRussell Springs. to the Jackman Bottom last Sat- late the too often flagging aptents. urday and Sunday to visit his petites. S he gives a numberof Mr. Robert Ingram, cashier, mother and friends. TaKim No Chances. recipes, three of which follow. visited his home people in Owen A few days ago I put up a "Sunday-Nigh-t Favorite Cut i by county, last week. v Here is one vouched for tomb stone for James Hanes, he cold boiled potatoes in half-inc- h Miss Bersha Hatfied who has NIX Manager Durr, of . the Federal went into the army in 1815 he been employed in the Bank at was in the battle of New Orleans slices, and then cut slices in half Hotel: "A friend of mine" says cubes; there should be one and the veracious chronicler, "went this place, since Christmas left from Jan. 8 181 5 he belong to the one-hacupsfuls Add threee NJX Sl into the office of a dentist the Saturday for her home at Jabez. 5th Kentucky Malitia, his capd eggs, finely chopped NJ Bro. Hogard, P. E. and daugh- tain was Jonathan Owsley. other day to have several teeth tablespoonful of fineter, stopped over in our town Old uncle Green McKinley is extracted. ly chopped onion, and one can"I suppose I ought to take Friday on their way to Monti-cell- bad sick this week. Elizabeth ned pimento drained, dried on a something to deaden the pain, Melson that had been staying towel, and cut in thin strips. but I am afraid of this gas you Mr. John Kemper and Robert with them for a year fell and Moisten with salad dressed and SIC use," said the prospective pa- Reed, insurance men, were here broke her arm yesterday, the old in serve in nests of crisp lettuce 7TC tient. on business last week. lady has been helpless for years leaves." vlX The dentist reassured him and Mr. Loren Phelps aad wife, so this leaves them in a bad fix. Coffee-P- our "Luncheon $4-5wound up with, "You will only and Miss Roxie Falkenburg 0 Tigar Montgomery has a cow out coffee remaining in pot, w be unconscious two or three hours Jamestown were here shopping that is the stepmother of 8 pigs. chill thoroughly, dilute with 7TC most.' The patient took out last week. at She lets them suck like she cream, and sweeten to taste. IN aeKaoteKaeieH; his pocketbook. Leonard Wilson and Irvin would a calfe. Serve in tall glasses allowing one "Never mind that now," said were at Jamestown Friday night. Bill Cook got done planting tablespoonful of vanilla ice cream the dentist, 'you can pay me Prof. Hatfield and Miss Mary corn yesterday. I want to get to each glass." The Gentle Cynic. when I've finished.' Hadley, Dr. Harris and Miss done the 4th day of July. AND REMEDY. "I wasn't going to pay you" Mayme Winfrey, attended the Nuts to CracK. The flush of victory doesn't al CAUSE exclaimed the patient, 'I was goSave the Heiters. ways follow a d draw, Ice. cream supper given by the ing to count my money!' The busy man has no time for Missionary Society at Jamestown The people who are easy going j future is Iookd upon by many meQ The dairy industry of this the busybodv. of affairs, as a blockade to enterare usually hard to start. - 'Ydz? evening. One Way to Treat Heavescountry is always retarded by ' The man who can bottle his Cupid prise and business prosperity, and 'Mrs. Ara Wilson entertained sometimes.'sends divorced this blockade is now quite apparent policy wrath is a corker. d a A purchaser of a horse with her Sunday School class consist-heave- reason of couples back to be throughout the channels of trade. Money, talks, but some of us The Presidential Election; the ing of about forty young men of farmers and principally with who bought the animal It's a good plan to look before efforts of Congress with no fixed many dairymen themselves. are mighty poor listeners. because he was gentle and suit- - and women, on last Saturday you leap, especially in leap year. purpose; Organized Labor as a new They are looking too much after able for family driving, thought night. First class music was It sometimes takes a oman Heaven won't be nearly exclu- factor in politics; together with the dollar of today. They are longer to make up other he might handle the horse in rendered by Misse3 Mayme Win-suc- h her mind than sive enough to suit some people. import,matters of greater or less represent at this time a selling the heifer calves for veal a way the heaves would not frey and Geneva Stephens, early her face. chaotic conflict of separate interWhen you strike a love match ests, to harmonize which is now the seriously injure him. So he let in the evening, then came the so as to get every penny from No man is thoroughly alive to problem before the country. production. The result there is any money to burn. the summer and fall, and feed- - quartett rendered by E. H. Har-in- g the milk the situation unless he is in dead All want Prosperity, Peace and is that the older cows are wearIn acceptingla favor it is just Plenty. Read with care the Cinhim very little dry feed. ris, L. M. Wilson, Mayme earnest. ing out and few promising heif as well to lookjfor the price mark. . cinnati Enquirer, a journal that time the horse show-- . frey and Marjorie Graham, which Be sure you are right, but it prints all the news each day from coming on to take their Most of us are willing to lend every commercial center throughed scarcely any signs of the took very well. Having enjoyed ers are isn t necessary to be sure every-- 1 A barometer of a helping hand, to those who out the world. a fine program of music for a places. Where is the man wise body else heaves. is wrong. causes and effects that points out, enough to raise a profitable g don't need it. Late in the fall he began feed- - couple of hours, the hostess as a Beacon Light, the danger and Some men wouldn't be satis bunch of milk cows to be sold dry feed two or three nounced that refreshments were some A woman isjnever quite hap- the safeguard therefrom. yearly to the trade? Some one e( to Se to the top unless they py known, the Daily As con-wtimes each day, but the horse ready. The refreshments with a husband who refuses quirer well the largest in size Enis and could crowd some other fellow watered before feeding, sisting of Ice cream, cake and must do it or it will not be long to argue with! her. highest priced paper in the United The hay was moistened with wa- - orangeale were much appreciat-te- r until our dairy industry will take It's a mighty good combination States, vet cheapest, measured by quality and quantity. Cheapness is seldom a recoma back seat. Farmers Home and a tablespoonful of oil of ed. Twelve o'clock came bpfore to keep your heart warm and the Weekly Enquirer, witn the mendation. A seat in a crowded cream and digest of all the new-;- , tar put into the grain feed twice anyone was ready, but the party Journal. your head cool. car is worth two in an empty able and conservative editorials, a day when there were signs of hastened off assuring Mrs. r r Many a man never hustles be market reports, methods and reudiry umb. tone. The horse finally son that they would do better in cause he ieels afraid of cantam-inatin- g sults from Government and State Experiment Stations, veterinary Af ter a woman reaches a cer" came to show no signs of the Sunday School then they have Rusty cans and pails are more his dignity. matters, People's Forum, choice tain ae yu can,t blame her for heaves, and the farmer's ever done before, useful outside of the dairy. literature, short and continued storThere is plentynof room at the ies, ' putting off till tomorrow the sermons, general family would not part with the Mrs. Dora Depp and nephew The more butter is washed the top, but most of us show a pref- information, etc., with the exclusion s horse. Mr, Smith, visited Brother and more it is robbed of its flavor. . erence for following the crowd. of all matters of scandal and imtoday. morality, is today the Cleanest sister Piercy, from Friday till Cooling milk quickly after Weekly Family Journal obtainable. Breeding. There may possibly be men !Sunday. milking is one way of prolonging Each issue is alone worth the price who have no enemies, but we of a year's subscription. L. M. Wilson and Lenoard its sweetness. Solicitors for subscriptions make never hear of them. In fact, it's The children's day at this wiJson were in Columbia Safcur A good churning will not leave a handsome profit and increase the a man's enemies who generally k place last Sunday was a success, , nip;ht fiiiiririf' s good influence of The Enquirer in over 2 per cent, of fat in the boost him into prominence. 9 a large attendance! mx!F There was the uplift of morality and industry, Mrs. Fanny Hoy and son. buttermilk. , , and for the betterment and welfare an goo or r. of the community. For terms write James, of Gradyville, visited Mail Carriers Will fly One great secret of keeping down the throar ot a srapev to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. died on the Mrs. Ermine Wilson last week. Mrs. Olhe G'bson chickeo destroys the wormi butter in summer is to have it This is an age of great discoveries. ana saves the chtcf Ue. t 24th, at the home of her Progress rides on the air. Soon we tew droDs la tnt rtnnitmr wate. Monday morning Mr. good to begin with, then keep it may see Uncle Sam's mail carriers flyOn last wanted, ,"0 boys to sell novelties in. She leaves Baker Jesse. CURES and W'&w Fairs, shows, and ball games. Be first, ing in all directions, transporting mail. O. Pelly and Miss Ger- cool. PREVENTS GAPES write three children, mother, several David Send 10 cent3 for term People take a wonderful interest in a trude Murray drove to the parwhite liarruoea roue Choler postage ect. For best results in buttermak-in- g discovery that benefits them. That's sisters and other relatives and and other chic diseases. W. T. Jloderen, Box 232. marit is well not to have the why Dr. King's New Discovery for friends to mourn their loss. She sonage and were united in One 50c Bottle of Campbcllsville. Ky. ceremony being solem- churn over half full, and it is Coughs, Colds and other throat and the daughter of Mr. and riage, the was lung diseases is the most popular mediBourbon Poultry Cure by Rev. J. L. Piercy. cine in America. "It cured me of a better to start with less. B. Simmons. She was a nized Mrs. J. An American has been arrestMakes 12 Gallons of Medicine. dreadful cough," writes Mrs. J. P, good woman and will be greatly Every poultry raiser should Keep a bottle o Although a German savant has To keep a cow from switching Davis, Stickney Corner, Me., "after ed in London for throwing monthis medicine on hund Write (or free sample doctor, s treatment and all other and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address missed in all the neighborhood invented a serum for the hoof ey away in the streets. Evher tail nothing is so convenient remedies had failed " For coughs, colds BOURBON REMEDY CWAKY. Lexington, Xt. lived most all her and mouth disease, it will not be where she idently the Hotel Employes' unSold by as a hoop made of 5 or 6 feet of or any bronchial affection its unequaled. life. ion there has some influence PAULL DRUG (p. useful for restraining impulsive j heavy ropej thrown over the Price 50c and $1.00 Trial bottle free at Columbia, Ky. Squire Wm. Harvey and candidates. Paull Drug Co. with the authorities. rump. d, IDnrind Year 101? - two-year-o- ld six-year-o- ld We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List w, 50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly lf Courier Journal One Year hard-boile- one-four- th o. Louisville Times and News -- Ice-Crea- m one-car- j i short-sighte- s, re-paire- d. - j -- i Win-Duringt- his ! an-in- I as j i ! j Wil-coughi- ng. ! I I ' j to-da- y j I if... non-sectari- an "' i j i j j DROP j son-in-la- w, j to-da- I fa .a. i) :l n ' .2W-- ' A - rt :: v 'vfc - rsPP ",eM . V ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ington are favorable to him, so POPULATION ABOVE. Bryan as a Defender of the impossibility of rapidly moving it is doubtful if he will ever see Ghristian Faith. to market large harvest returns 100,000,000. the inside of the pentitentiary, with their present facilities, and the more's the pity. Somerset It was as a defender of "the have been placing many orders Times. This Includes the PhilHpines old faith" of the Christian relig-- ! for additional motive power and ion that William Jennings Bryan, for car equipment, so as to Other and United be in The Tariff. "thrice defeated candidate for better condition for the in- States Possessions. the Presidency," swept Pittsburg creased tonnage that will be of-!andwestern Pennsylvania with fered both to and from the agri- Why is the Republican party Washington, June, oratory, speaking in cultural districts of the United beset by its present difficulties? abstract of statisties of the,several .! churches. And yet it states and Canada And The This question can be answered population of the United States jwas in lani?uage so pIain that a The with one word Tariff. by the chlld couId understand practical-- , has ust been made public that large crops are sure to The tariff was originally em, Bureau, through William i., CVC1... WU1U Ui :. j : a -- j " ciuce will call so much for rail- " a"u " ployed to meet the demands of C. Hunt, chief statistician for of oratory that appealed with way extension, expansion and the Civil war. To raise war ex- population. figures show earnestness; not once did he The that the necessity penses the government found it the population of the country as ploy the art of oratory for the of such development of our necessary to tax every article for April 15, 1910. The general mere effect of it. He simply .transportation systems will out that for more than pel call for more capital for the The News one Year and The Times from manufactured in this country. figures are as follows: The manufacturers justly comPopulation of the United States 190 years the Christian religion pUrposes, and at the same time plained at this. They said these jSFow until the 30th of STovember 101,100,000 has been living force in the up- - wm make exhibit of the and possessions taxes were so heavy it would at the census lift of humanity, and that faith ty of returns ond the permanen- ruin them, because they could 93,402,151 in it is higher today than it ever Cy of profit in such For Only Two Dollars. of 1910 investments. not pay the heavy internal taxes Phillipine Island, 1903 7,635,426 was. This offered as the con- -' Railway securities have rightly on their products and meet for9,000 elusion drawn from his own (for many years Guam, estimated been regarded eign competion. Foreign man9,100 study and observation; he will favorahlv hv invpnrc' V.nf ',th Samoa, estimated , ., ... ,w, II1M4ufacturers were driving Amer- forsake it only when a better re-- ! in the decade, owing to the Panama Canal Zone, esti own 50,000 ligion and a better Bible than closer scrutiny of corporate The Price of The Daily Times is $4.50 per icans out of theirthem. markets mated by underselling The rale of increase in popu- - that of which it is founded are affairs by the Government and bo a plan was devised to pro- ation f rom 1900 10 1910 was 2u 9. produced. Tear. Bv subscribing with us this ;the public, such investments tect the American manufact- per cent to the total area of He invited comparison of the have been made far safer fo urers. it nearly six months time you 21 per cent for teaching of Christ with that of those who seek them as enumeration and revenue "We will place a tariff on blithe continental United States Confucius, of Buddha, of any producers, bfor $1.00. Send in your imported articles," said the gov- has increased 15,987,691 or 11 other great religous teacher The injurious nanipulation by ernment, "which will put you on per cent. which has done the most good? insiders, or those in control, that scriptiou for both pa an even or better footing with was so much in evidence a gen- Eleven States of the Union That was the test, he said. your foreign competitors." per have increased more than 50 He invited the same compari- - j eration ago, is no longer possible pers at once. pro-- ! cent in population since 1900, as Every one understood this son of the Bible with the other now while the rapidity of the tective system was to be but follows: Washington, sacred books. Which is thebestdevelopm en t of the ma-a- s to meet an unusual homa, Idaho, Nevada, North terial interests in the country judged by the effect of it? f ' is such condition. When the war was Dakota, New Mexico, Arizona,' that ifc takes but a brief In these comparisons he saw You will need a Daily paper During the over, the taxes on the products Oregon, California, Wyoming Chrisfc and. the Bibe rior to period to add largely to the in- ol tne American manutacturers and Montana. Representation ., arn ., 0 , , llft .al. M(1 bW comes and profits of the trreat MW, Ul.V. UK t obvi - n Congress, which will be based were dispensed with, and, world to show influence better ' mairity f transportation lines. ously, the protection to the upon the new census figures, will Wnetner railways are operated than theirs. American manufacturers should . be materially changed. With a Speaking of faith, he said the'ibysteam or eIectric' whether also have been removed, as the ratj0 of one representative to systems or lines d who could F3"3;01 sreat man was And The Louisville Times will keep you special reason for protection h ad every 211,877 persons, there will see no further than his intellect. duiiu ior independent operation, caused. it must be regarded as practicalbe 435 members in the lower It is the things that he can see ly Posted. certain that their business But in the meantime the priv- - House of Congress. with the eye of faith that are t;ii ; : Li. ileged few had discovered that in The density of population of the greatest. There are miracles witn the tariff lay a means by which the United States is 40.9 per heinp' nerformed everv dav and the increase of population, and they could build up enormous square mile, which is seven times all about us we can see the effect that their Pperity grows in di-HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLEND0RFF rect ratio with the prosperity of fortunes. Those fortunes were the density of the country m 17 love, but we never saw love; pointed as an evidence that the 89 and three times the density we can see the effect of life, but their patrons' the masses of the ' readersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The ' the we never saw ,. . tariff was a good thing. The of 1860, notwithstanding i a people. inc. J.x viie wuuiu will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling Public utility corporations in rich protectionists fooled the peo - greater territory occupied. The reject Christ because of the pie by making them believe middle Atlantic States head the miracles claimed for His life, he ne United States, in view of the Floor Coverings of AH Kinds these fortunes had come from list in density with a record of might as well reject his own life f wth of our cities and towns ' and the opening up of agricult "the foreigners," when the fact 193 2 persons per square mile, on the same grounds. More space is devoted Have been greatly enhanced stocks of of immense to the nractical display was the fortunes had been and the Mountain States are at Then Mr. Bryan spoke of ural districts to the activity of wrung from the common peo- bottom of the list with their 3,1 those who trv to solve the un modern life, seem to have a most ProfitabIe and permanent field of ExCarpets, Rugs and Linoleums ple who had been forced to pay person per square mile. iverse. He himself has been un- fcft operation. artificially high prices for the clusive of the district of Columauie LU SUiVC uic umawc ui cue A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for The raiIwa-v- s of the United things they had to have in order bia there are ten States in which radish that grows in the garden. ' the showing of are properly classed as to live. nu. ; fV,Q csricfc the density is more than 100 per- u square mile. A con- solved it, either. His conclusion , public utilities and n0 one can Lace Curtains and Draperies The leaders of the party of pro- sons to the . i L ii 'doubt of the constantly increas by Alaska es ., Wat man win nna mystery an . tection must have known in their trast figure is shown volume of business they will Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our 0. 1 j about him and all the . time. hearts of this deception, and then and Porto Rico. Alaska has Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our be called unon to care for. Crn- and there did humbug and fraud to the square mile and rorto is not necessary that he knows' i". big live store. ' fcinnatl En(Iuireif become part and parcel of politics. Rico 325.5 persons. all things. He has been taught The center fc population of But the people have learned at Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Br. David Allyn Gordon, 80 last that a tariff for protection, the present census 39 miles west in the wisdom of the Supreme In- -' Incorporated years old, of Brooklyn, has just that a tariff for any other pur- and seventenths of a mile north tellect back of all things is suf-- : become 522 and 524fWest Market St. the father of twins, both pose than to raise sufficient rev- of the position of 1900. Its loca- ficient purpose for his own life, doing well. Doc Osier's views Louisville, Kentucky. enue to meet the expenses of the tion has clung closely to the He exists because there is a 'have not yet been obtained. parallel of latitude reason for his existence, and his government, has no excuse in thirty-nint- h logic or economics. The party since the first census and has duty is pointed out to him. For soreness of the muscles, whether and under the name of Dr. James will admit its errors. Republi- moved westward since 1790 a Pittsburg Sun. "King" Captured at Last. induced by violent exercise or injury, Baker was doing a good practice. can leaders insist that the tariff distance of 557 miles. there is nothing better than Chamber- a man to es- There is a reward of $2,500 for trusts are still in the infant class, is very hard for It In the New England group of Dysentery is always serious and- of- - fm s niment. This liniment also en 'eves in this a dangerous disease, but it can be Pau11 rheumatic Pains- - For sale cape arrest for crime of McNamara, which has been ly- and that tariff' is a good thing States more than four-fift- h DruS Coif cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera country especially if there is sufpeople. the and Diarrhoea Remedy has cured it for the the population is urban. In ing in the bank all these years, malignant and ficient reward for his capture. In the meantime American middle Atlantic States it is sev even when Paull Drug Co. epidemic A course in "scientific baSy Lexing- and the interesthas now increassale by For "King" McNamara, of The lowest point ml consumers are today paying divwashing" has been established ton, who thirteen years ago foul- ed the sum to about $4,000. The idends on a trust capitalization the urban population is reached in a New York school. They ly murdered Jacob Kellar.a rail- McNamaras were once very of thirty-thre- e billion dollars, in the South with 25.4 per cent Large Crops, Heavy Rai iway Ton ought to extend it so as . . road man, and who was released prominent in Lexington political seventy percent of which is wa--, nae. elude boys under 14 years of age. in the South Atlantic division en straw bail in $1,000, which he affairs, but two of them have ter, and American workmen find but 18.7 per cent in the East forfeited and fled, has at last been killed and others have died those who work for the most South Central. The greatest For two weeks now there has The coroners of 'Pennsylvania few' remain of the been apprehended. The arrest so that now highly protected trusts receive urban growth in the country at been steady improvement in the are to meet, and the people ojs took place in the'Seelbach Hotel, family. It is very much feared wages as low as $6,$7 $8 a week. upon the Facihc conditions of the great crop3 of that State begin large has been to fear that foe Louisville, Friday. McNamara that a sentiment will be aroused This is the big reason why the coast, where the growth has the country, and reports are object of the meeting will be to is now in jail at Lexington to favorable to the murderer and Republican party is beset by its been unprecedented in the his- unanimous as to the greater re- stimulate business. await long delayed punishment that he will escape his just dues. present difficulties. tory of such movements in any sults to be expected in grass, his heinous crime. He had The length of time since the for part of the world. The urban cotton, corn, wheat and oats as A wise man in Missouri eluded the detectives for all murder, and the loss of interest Roving band of Brazilians and Oklaarises country at compared with estimates of June to remark that poetry is years and becoming bolder in the matter will help him in homa Indians struck Columbia Wednes- population of the these a dis- -. es- - his fight to escape punishment. day of last week. The women claimed large has increased at a ratio of 1st. ease. iNow that we hav and bolder by his success he to be fortune tellers and the men tradto think of it we have seen some tablished an office in Louisville He has rich relatives and many ers. They stated that frttn here they 3 to 1 as compared with the rural veterinarian, 0f 'the leading politicians in Lex- - would go to Louisville. have been prompt to realize the poetry that looked sick. four years ago as a population. The Daily j Louisville Adair Times News I ! 24-Anp- eerless , . ; Coonty ti pro-f!enR- iis nts corn-point- ed ! j j j certain-Enumerat- ed : ( i ! . I at j get su- i ! , , j I t Okla-tempora- ry, i j i , , I . VHV-U- -l W1U1H-IJ61.-U Presidential Contest j i j ! short-sighte- I ;-- oc t fumi -- of ! ; T-- e 1 I ; ' j j i u,i.u; . j 1 h'states n.S --- j j - re-t- , ( - en-tenth- s. J J -- . r. vi. w .. ) v v ' fl-,- ', THE ADAIR COUNTY KEWS orv w w m w Mmm m Jp The Merchants of Columbia whose a roF A5 4s5? e A pear Friday and Saturd atteson We Mens $2.50 to $3.50 Patent Oxfords " $3.50 Patent Button shoes :' $2.50 Patent Lace shoes 50cshirts " and Ladies 25c hats ' In addition to these Great Bargain Prices they will give Premiums on Farm and Garden Products and Horse Dcnncy 1 For Two Days Only I July All calico 1 12 and 13 4ic yd 7Ac Reed & Miller Granulated sugar 17 lb. Brown sugar 18 lb. Good can Corn will sell the articles listed below at these prices on July 2 and 13th. lot Muslin 4c yd 6c yd 5c yd 5 c yd ' $ 1 .48 2.20 . & - 1.58 35 ' ' 20 ' 1 "25c ties " '' 15 1 25c suspenders Boys $1.75 Patents Oxfords 5 c Muslim 5 .25 4ic 15c Muslin Ladies 25c Belts " $2.50 Black . Calico 12c 15c silk waists 1.50 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 1 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 All $350 Walk over shoes ' All $4.00 Walk over shoes ' All Ladies $2.50 slippers . All Ladies $2.00 slippers lot Mens and young mens $2.00 hats 1 Mens $9.00 Blue Serge suits " $10.00 ' " " " $12.50 " " " 1 1 1 1 1 39c 79c $1 50 1.25 3.00 3.50 1.98 1.49 1.00 7.00 8.00 10 00 Can Peas 31b can Tomatoes Good White Syrnp Uneeda Biscuits Rubnornore Powder $1.00 $1.00 8 cts 8 cts 10 cts 40c a gal 4c a package 4c a package Columbia, Kentucky. 20 per cent, reduction on 10 all other clothing, childrens suits, mens odd paints and other suits per cent, reduction on all Druggets, Carpets, mattings 1 1 Big Reduction in Granite and Tin Ware. Miller v and Rugs $2.45 per 00 lbs no. 1 galvanized wire $2.50 per 100 nails all sizes Lot Remenants and shirt length in all kinds dry goods at Bargain prices. Proper reduction in all lines, caH and see us. We make our prices right. W. L. Walker . We will sell on the above dates Tomatoes 6 cakes C. E. Soap " B. D. " 31b, Miller Reed E Hardware ". . Co. The Je?fries Hardware Store Buggies, Wagons, Harness, " Lenox " 3 1: lb package Heath Coffee 4 cakes Shine all for house cleaning 5 gal smokeless coal oil We will give one 50ct glass lamp every $2.50 cash purchase 6 lOcts 25c 25c 32 39 in Royal Fence " 47 25c 65c 10c - 5 gal Progress Tin churns worth $1.25 4 Doz clothes Pins Mrs. Potts' Irons worth $1 .25 4 Brothers axle Grease 25c buckets 1 0c boxes 3 for 25c per rod " 28c " 31c u 1 00 0 5c 90c- and Saddles set 90c for We Will also give 5 per cent, off on" all Galvanized Tubs " "2 50c Bridge Brand Hatcaes " Hammers 50c 100 Mound city " Hand Saws No. 1 20c 25c 35c - 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 40c 40c 40c 75c 'Close prices on everything in our Stock. accounts paid on ' these two days. 10 per cent. Discounts on all goods not listed. Columbia, Kentucky. W naram Don't forget to call on me for special prices on these dates 12 and 13 July. I have a large line of Shoes, Slippers Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, ; K Call on me for Furniture, Carpets 1 that will be sold at reduced prices. ' The small space allotted to us in this paper is not sufficient for us to tell you of one hundredth part of the "good things" we will have 'on tap" Booster Days. Our buyer has recently returned from the market, wliere he secured far "Quick Cash" some Clearance Sale Bargains on a big lot Merchandise. We are going to make to Cash buyers closing out prices on every article of Summer Goods in our house. We can't tell you all about it here, come and see, will have plenty of sales people to wait on you. .. . RUSSELL & CO of new "Up-to-the-minu- te" iOPer Cent. Discount on all Good sfor 4 l j ! O'Bryan overalls and Waldo shirts. have a bis lot odd pants, I am closing at bargans. Remember I sell all the school books, also handle pencils, tablets, school bells, clocks, Lunch, boxes and baskets, i rf CASH V A . avfra Frank Sinclair '. The Place For Bargains 1 ' 1 I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 'D 3 j BH BPWP JPHSbK HS Below wi Hold their Second Cut Price jEJBIBBK aie entrance fee. and Mule Colts, also for the one bringing the largest number of people to town on a wagon. THE PLACE When in the city call on JU Y the leading Barbers AN No S. N. Hancock. OPTICIAN - Columbia, glasses Kentucky. Will give a special not forget to buy Richard- son & Walker's flour if you want the best. Every sack guaranteed. Do Lowe & Clark. Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone A. reducion on all 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 Hancock Hotel. Henry Ingram Cash Prices 2th and 3th July. One lot Summer dress goods 15 to 25 c, Sale price lOcyd All 25c straw hats, Sale price 15c Slippers cut 25c to the dollar 10 per cent, discount on all clothing, work shirts 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. 1 At 1 Office Phone 194 Home Phone 53-- 1 DR. J. N. MURRELL in Jeffries DR. T. A. SMITH DENTIST DENTIST Office, Front rooms 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 BooBtei .While in town July 1 Days i Staple First-Clas- ana cranctf -- Also- rocenes. Soft Drinks. 2 and 3 Don't forget to call in Reasonable prices . and see L. M. Young the Grocer. on ail goods. I will sell Just reed, a new line of queensware that I s Ice Cream Parlor at bargain prices serve ybii also have Soda Fountain Meet me next Friday and Saturday. from 3 or more miles on wagon, to ar- rive in town by 10 o'clock First 2nd and can cold refreshing drfnks. 10 Best bundle of Wheat 3 Best peck of Irish Potatoes 4 Best 1 head of Cabbage 5 Best 1 doz. new Onions 2 6 7 Read These Bargains i t. Best 1 doz Beets Best Horse colt either sex 2nd 00 5 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 5 00 2 Drink , My- - 50 Manufactured by One lot mens $2.25 shoes u Ladies $1.75 shoes n a;. slippers Boy $1.35 1.25 Premium List For Saturday July 13. To one bringing largest number of people from 3 or more miles on wagon, to reach town by 10 o'clock. First 2nd 2 Best peck Apples !3 Best peck Peaches 4 Best ldoz. ears Corn 5 6 Columbia, Bottling Co, Sold throughout this section of Kentucky, and is a popular, innocent drink. Address, for Wholesale Prices 50c 1.40 suits, $2.50 values $10 La Belle flour 70c N. B. Kelsey Best layer Cake Best pound Cake 7- - 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 50 Columbia Bottling Company Geo. E. Wilson GROCERIES 1 Columbia Roller Mills. White Lilly and Souvenir ' I I want your Trade Stock am going to fix for you and if you don't come I will always think ycu ought. I carry a good line of groceries and set fairly good meals and when you are in town come a round and see me. Owners. the old and Reliable. We will give a liberal discount on Flour sold on these days. Remember us with your veterinary work on Booster . day. Special prices on all Surgical and Dental work have what you want in this Line at Prices that are Right. Give Me a Call. t y Next Door to Post Office. Jones & Jones T. G. Rasner. Veterinary Surgeons. Smith & Stevenson. Call and See L. E. Youm Jeweler Columbia, Cumberland Grocery Co. Of. R. TAYLOR, MGR. Feed Your At Call in and see me while in Columbia July 12 and orsc: . 8 Sandusky & Co. For all kinds of rough and dressed lumber, mouldings, porch columns, rubber roof- - , ings, laths sash cjoors, and blinds x' and also forjsash weights, sash ?, vuiuj, auu sasu uuilCYd. Prices reasonable. 13. Hotel Columbia, - Kentucky. The Adair County News and Weekly 'f Cour-ie- r Goff Bros. Livery Stable Service First-class Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Friday and Saturday tS'JrTV "PI THE ADA1K COUNTY NEWS A Remedy No Family Wheat catting is the order of 3 $ the day, and it is reported better Should Do Without than was expected. matter how healthy a human (being may be it is safe to say that mot many months arc uassed without 'Eomo obstruction of the bowels, in other words, constipation, even only temporary. The bloatins, the if feeling .may start after the evening dull meal. If a night it is laxative is not taken that certain that sleep will not be sound, you sin. It is a liquid laxatlvc-tonimild, Crops are looking fine to be so and never gripes, is effective on robust people and can be given with safety to an infant. Children like it because of late. Gardens are just splendid. these gentle qualities pleasant to the taste. and because it is Born, to the wife of J. W. rAtnorK' vnii It Is the best SBtS?T?S,n?ha SEX? 125 TSLfMS Garnett, on the 17th of June, a and will awaken unrcfreshed. many people like R. II. Morgan, Price, son. Mother and baby are doing Hence, it is important for you and for and Davidson. "Wart-rac- e, nil the members of your family that a Tenn., Tenn., Mrs. H. C. would as soon be say they Kood, reliable laxative be always kept well. in the house for just such emergency. without the necessities as without Dr. sure to be needed, and when needed It is want it at hand. No family that Is Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Iven Bennett and wife you Anyone wishing to make a of this careful of its health can do without such remedy before buying it in trial regular ths a. remedy. visited Mr. Waller Hurt and wife But the question of which remedy to have on hand is also of vast way of a drutririst at fiftv ppnts m- - nn importance. hal'faampTe bouie SffL !" last Saturday night and attended The laxative most highly recom- free of chariTA hv mended by the majority of intelligent W. B. Caldwell. slmnlv irtflroaclni St.', Mother's Day at Smith's Chapel, 405 Washington .Americans as being best for babies and Monticello, 111. Tour nam and address grownups ia Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep on a postal card will do. on Sunday. The preaching and c, all-arou- Maple Hill. S&S3)tS&i) i i WEEKLY COURIER -J- OURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a; National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. cr--It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but yon can get the WEEKLY-COURIER-JOURNA- PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. J. had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 1 , to 20 minutes. My doctor could r thelp me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S New Disssvery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c DRUGGISTS. sK -- C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY The Adair ounty News and Both One Year for $1.50. oiirier-Journ- al , Buggies S urreys Runabouts. Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies Saturday. singing were greatly enjoyed by all present. So many beautiful songs about our darling mothers. It is an ernest desire of your cor- respondent to live to attend many such days. There was a large crowd, and plenty of good things to eat, Mr. Iven Bennett and wife, Mr. Ollie Corbin and wife, Mr. Roger Page and wife, had an ice cream supper at Mr. Roger Pages last Saturday night, and it was a very enjoyable affair. Our Sunday School is getting along nicely at Smith's Chapel. There is good order, good singing and large crowds. Mr. Will Stapp leads the song service, and we appreciate it very much. Lula. AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NE For if you will give'or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. ! Special Altnetln (o Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. 0NBURKSYILLE Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6.00 Joseph Q H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr a $2.00 l1 Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : We can give you rate on Daily this paper. or, combination cut Sunday if yon will write ixssaa) XSXSXJ Jamstown,- - Kentucky, Every iaturdav June 22nd. Main Street by Wood Lewis. was Blocked for two hours with Buggies sold During the day Town Marshall called on to clear the street. What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality, Styles and Easy & REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man the Mower and Binder man, the Engine man. Gasoline the Farm The health of this community is very good at present. The heavy rain that fell Wednesday night stopped the farmers from their work, they t are all behind with their crops jg on account of so much rain, Mrs. Jim Smith Wag called to the bedside of her brother, Mr. Obe Goffey, Monticello, last Thursday. Several from here attended Court at Jamestown last week. Mr. George Smith, of Columbia, visited his son, Mr. G. A. Smith, from Friday till Sunday. Miss Lola Morrison who has been spending a week at Russell Springs has returned home. Sunday School has started up again, very good attendance. People should send their children on to Sunday School, for there is no danger of smallpox now. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Smith Jr , Mrs. Bettie Jones and daughter, Miss Lizzie, sttended preaching at Rowena Sunday. The rogues are still passing by and a few nights ago stopped at Lewis Westerns' garden and tore his beans all down and pulled up his potatoes. Someone should see who is doing so much mischief. On Monday June 17, 1912, Mr. Ira C. Smith son of Mr. Jim and Sallie Smith was married to Miss Hulda Smith, of Texas. They were married at the home of the brides. Just after the coremony ,the couple left to visit the grooms sister, and returned to their home Saturday June 22. They will make their home with Mr. Smith j the grooms parents. ! I iS$5X&5X Piwffloire m J mrnmmm Why Not Attention! The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. Read The Courier This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to The News, Columbia, Ky. Journal? HENRY WATTERSON mmwmmmmwi m wmmmwmmm. U. G. IURDMCS, Editor. We CanCFurnish Yol Pro. J. B. C0CKF, V. Pra. t. B. DIET2MJW,' Stc The dair ounty News and the W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co, -- ESTABLISHED 1861 IvimLiWiGHTS 1301 I macHiiSTs DEALERS IN - INCORPORATED 1889- i Weekly Courier-Journal ' ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlRTeeNTft-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLE ; Both One Year For $1.50- We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank WorR 3 Implement man. MM) B?nSffS.ffi 2t'jr.i k k rr-- r gffiESiK VniSLiiii or Sunday Courier Journal JOBBING WORK SOLICITED gPlMSMSfeBiPMMgT?gsi5r 7?r3HB KiBMMN WOOD GREENSBURG, KY. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- LEWIS -- I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy ofi edition you desire, but be sure to 'is an industrious farmer and the popular in her home community and will be greatly missed by the young people there. We hope them many more happier days than their bridal day. bride is Mr. G. A. Smith Jr., bought a calf of Mr. Sam Jones for $11.50. The Apair County News and Daily Courier-Journal the dust off and be read to start to school the fir3t day and continue all through to the end. That is the only way to get the good of the school. It is announced that the Bur-le- y following the continued rise In prices on almsst everything in the eating line comes the announcement by those who are in position to know that the ''poor Tobacco Society has determined to close out all of the 1909 School will begin the second man's hope," the blackberry pooled tobacco remaining on hand crop, is an entire failure. The Monday in July. Miss Jessie, Weir there being something like 5,900 bushes were frozen out by the their teacher, and the pupils are hogsheads, which will be offered zero weather during the past glad to have Miss Jessie again. on the breaks at Cincinnati and I have a lot of good brick for sale at winter. Hunt up your books and brush ' Louisville. Any of this tobacco my place 2 miles west of Cane Valley. W. L. Farris. . 84-3t not sold by July the 1st will, itsend your subscription order is said, be taken over bv the this paper NOT to the Burley Society for its manufact-!t- o uring branch, and paid for at the Courier Journal, average price which has pre-- j vailed in the markets since May jl. 1 for the grades being offered. f you are a housewife you cannot It is desired that the final distri- - ;a3ably hPe ?. healthy or beau- mm uy waamug uisnea, sweeping ana bution of money for the 1909 doing housework all day, and crawling pool be made by the middle of into bed tired at night. You must get out into the open air and- - sunlight. If July. you do this very day j : i 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 Dreg Co. -- i - THE n ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r r & Resolutions of Respect. ness, "says a millionaire. Neither does property. Whereas, It has pleased AlThe period of the muzzled dog Helping the farmer to help mighty tough mighty God in His infinite wishimself is the newest agricultur- has arrived. That's dom to call from earthly labor on the dogs. al creed. You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken One of the beauties of aviating our esteemed brother, Austin Arrow. Okla.. "to use mv letter in any way you want to, Rainy days bring out the man is there is no icebergs floating Hurt, who departed this life on if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had who carries his umbrella as the 13th day of June 1912. pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phyin the sky. I am in though it were a spear. sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, Wellesley college students have Therefore be it, better health than ever before, and that means much to me, Resolved, That in the death of This season's precipitation put a kibosh on slang. Evidentbecause I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of Bro. Hurt, this lodge has lost a should be conductive to succesful ly it gets their goats. different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me 1911 FOR true and worthy brother, his r alligator farming. 1.. I r J ror a iew uays uiuy. v That pest, the fly, is getting A Norwegian claims that he numerous, and it is time for the family a devoted husband mid BRIGHTER, BETTER, father, his community an honest a boat that even a householder to get hu.3y, has invented BIGGER THAN EVER and upright citizen, his church a boat rocker cannot sink. There are 50,500 windowless faithful and useful member. THE REGULAR PRICE OF Automobiles possessed of a roomsinftew. Ybrk, which in 2nd, That to the bereaved wild desire to reduce the popular some respecs is a civilized town. Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before takfamily and friends, especially to ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other tion should be suppressed, One of the beauties of the one-ha- Jiis beloyed companion, who ha? THE LOUISVILLE TIMES symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean cent piece is that nobody for so many years, trodden with The reports of automobile acworse to follow, unless given quick treatment IS A YEAR. cidents are quite numerous for a will take the trouble to counter- him life's rugged pathway, we You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew feit it. season which has just opened. what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness sincerely tender our heartfelt and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard "Babies," says a Paris scien- sompathy, and we beseech Him, If YOU WILL SEND YOUR 0RDE corThe Paris fashions call for to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it sets for men, but men refuse to tist, "are covered with germs." the giver of every good and per Write to: Ladies Advisory Dept, Chattanooca. Medicine Co., Chattanooea, Tentu TO US, YOU CAN GET So is money, but nobody shows fect gift to look down on them book. "Home Treatment for Women." ent tree, J 51 be reshaped in this way. for Sotdal Instmstbnt. and in tender mercy. A Boston doctor enumerates a any fear of it. One hates to think of the back3rd, That a copy of these res- - THE ADAIR COUNTY dozen causes of spring fever. Insect Bite Costs Leg But he fails to mention carpet-beatin- aches the farmers are to achieve olutions be spread upon the min-ute- s Office 'Phone 40--S Res. 'Phone 29. NEWS A Boston man lost his leg from the in harvesting the abundant crops of this lodge, a copy sent, bite of an insect two years bsfore. To Dr. James Triplet! to the family, and a copy sent A frog leg famine is predicted, this year. avert such calamities from stings and AND bites of insects use Bucklin's Arnica A scientist has discovered 400 the Adair County News for puba number of citi but there are Salve promptly to kill the poison and Dentist. zens who are not in the least different kinds of fleas, and some- lication. THE L0U1SVILEE prevent inflammation, swelling and times you think, no doubt, your disturbed. F. A. Strange, JEFFRIES BLOCK pain. Heals burns, boils, ulcers, piles, Of course there is much to be dog has 'em all. H. B. Simpson, eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 2." cents at COLUMBIA KENTUCK) TIMES said in favor of the recall of umWe are soon to find further A. C. Froedge. Paull Drug Co. pires under certain mournful evidence that the fireproof screen BOTH ONE YEAR Thaw's Logical Answers. circumstances. is as much of a reality as the About this time of year look unsinkable ship. FOR ONLY out for reports that your favorite Don't bother about having a The testimony given by Harry ball team is composed exclusfather's day. Father attends to K. Thaw in his latest effort to THE LOUISVILLE TIMES ively of cripples. INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD 26 that himself every week the secure his liberty is such that Eggs are only five cents a club plays at home. the lay mind impressed with his the best afternoon paper prin- We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as Jong While alien - ted anywhere. jis our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights dozen in China. No wonder that There are various ways to skin acting there is regarded as a deand styles of Ellwood and Square Me3h Fences. a cat, but they are few in com- isrs mnv cinnorolv halimro fViof Ha3 the best corp3 of corrs3 58INCH grading occupation.. parison with the number of ways there is something wrong with rvisTirirvimwi . 50INCI1 AW Still, the coinage of a half-cehis mental apparatus it is plain pondents. to skin the public. "&2IHCH coin would give the typewriter i3 not a lunatic in the A Philadelphia man died in a that he Covers the Kentucky field per girls the opportunity to use the .34IWCH barber's chair while being shav- commonly accepted sense, and fectly. "h" key oftener. igSIitCH ia Jivl ed, but we presume the barber that he ought to have been elec" . fRwHnRRrtninnnnnnnAnAnA lllMMIUMlir IffJ I.MJ UU tu j Covers the general news fiele trocuted instead of being comThe invention of a sock that went right on talking. mitted to Matteawan. But let it completely. will not wear out is another If, as a scientist tells us, there crushing blow at the good old are 8,000,000 bacteria in a spoon- not be forgotten that no matter .f Il AA tllB Has the best and fullest mar how sane he now is, or was at institution of marriage. v SIX tIEIGHTS of milk, what is the popula-o- f ful 'eilt.WOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) HADE Ifl the time of the murder, he de-- 1 kets reports. Knitting is used as a cure of a milk wagon? Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. serves no sort of sympathy. He bad nerves by overwrought DEMOCRATIC in politics, bul Of absent minded men the laid down somethine like a bar women of Germany. It seems most notable is the one who for- rel of money to get himself putj fair to everybody. like a terribly utilitarian form of got all about a fishing 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. trip while in a lunatic asylum, by that therapy. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- reading the political news. Louisville, Ky. means e'scaping deserved punish Boston is to have a hospital The sparrow may be a savorv ment as a criminal. He will suffor victims of the "blues." TION RIGHT viand, as the department of ag- fer more if he remains there for ' spent in social conversation and Would it not be cheaper to buy U riculture says, but somehow it life, a sane criminal among luna-- 1 other amusements. them tickets so they could get Kentucky Fair Dates, always puts us in mind of an in- tics, than he would have suffered Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Yates left nut of Rost-nn--WebsteiC: sect. in a penitentiary, or as a man Monday for Louisville, where Tn Kansas Citv the other dav Harrodsburg July-"Americans," says a college condemned to death. But that New they will attend the IventUCKy fU wifp of a nainlpsq fipntfst: 2. professor, "are overworked." is his own fault. The State JourEducational Association. horsewhipped his office girl. The Mt. Sterling July Occasionally a college professor nal. Mrs. Elizabeth Murrell and scene is reported to have been Dictionary 3.', Georgetown July says somethingthat strikes home. daughter, Miss Eva, visited at painful. Berea Fair August Then and Now. THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? "Golf," says a clergyman, Craycraf t last week. Telephone girls complain that Versailles August Because it is a NEW CEEA-- , "keeps 100,000 caddies away TIOJJ", covering every Mr. Eldridge Barger and sis- - the headgear they are compelled An aged citizen of Letcher; Mt. Vernon August field of the world's thought, from Sunday schools." But action and culture. The only ter, Miss Mattie, left Monday t0 wear Produces corns on their county remembers a time when Burkesville Fair August 12 new unabrideed dictionary in many years. corn on the ear isn t think of the picturesque vocab- his father, who was a gunsmith, 4 days, for Louisville, to attend the Ken- - ears' Stlll ulary they acquire. encs over 400,000 Because ' Vanceburg August tucky Educational Association. so a frecmentlv traded a homp-mad- p . Words; more than ever beforo appeared between two The man who claims he caught gun for a farm and got consider- -' Litchfield August From tfyere they will go on a There are reported to be covera. 2700 Pages. 6000 II' lustrations. Brodhead August trip to Cincinnati, er lawyers in New York than a whale with a lasso would have able "to boot." The same en- tiie oaJy dictionary Because ' Lawrenceburg August They have many places of inter-- 1 formerly. Is Manhattan making no difficulty in being elected to terprising gunsmith sold the first with the new divided page. A "Stroke of Genius." est in view which they will visit ithis announcement in order to a post of honor in the Ananias big block of Perry county land Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 s an encyclopedia in Because ' Hardinsburg August club. induce immigration? a single volume. before returning home. that ever was acquired by a corColumbia August Because ifc s accepted by the A Denver woman keeps her "Australia now has woman on poration and got fifty cents an uuns, ocnooi3 ana Mrs. Henry Tupman, who has PreES as the one supreme an- Fulton August savings in an icebox, presumably the bench." That's nothing; so acre for land, minerals and timthonty. been visiting relatives in Taylor London August in the hope that some day she'll have the St. Louis "Cardinals." ber. Some of the natives doubtwk knows vrins Because county, returned home Saturday. success, jjec us Franklin August have a cool million. you about this new work. ion An American invited guest to less thought that the corporation Mrs. H. P. Barger is on the It takes a true scientist to wait, King George's garden fell and made a bad investment, but the Barbourville Fair September sick list. WRITE tar tptrincc of scv divided when he sees a mosquito biting broke his leg. This is not sup- corporations are now in possessC&C MERRIAM CO.. PobUsIien.SpricsneU.BIxu. Miss Katherine Willis enter- - him, to discover before swatting BowlingMention tfcii piper, recareFEEE i. ict of pociet Dpi. Green September posed to be according to the ion of about all the land in both AJ7 tained a number of friends Thur- - whether his enemy is a germ Letcher and Perry counties and, Hoyle of court etiquette. Tompkinsville-Septem- ber ' day evening. All reported a de J carrier or not. Zion. of the redoubtable May Kins: Sanders September lightful time. correspondent would say, are Monticello September is the "stepless" not the It What Makes A Woman? TVIrc futtio Willie fnrmorltr rf "paying fabulous prices" for Newport September Dr. Sam Taylor and wife, of "strapless," car that is coming. One hundred and twenty pounds, anything else in the real estate this place, who now resides with Montpelier, were guests of Mr. A sure way to become a pessi- more or less, of bone and muscle Horse Cave September non't her daughter,Mrs. N. W. Miller, and Mrs. A. 0. Young, last Suu-da- mist is to think about the weath- make a woman. Its a good foundation. line that they may happen to Morgantown September 19- of Campbellsville, is spending a Put into it health and strength and she need. The State Journal. er. 21. may rule a kingdom. But that's just M. and Mrs. F. .j few days with Lexington October 912. Keep the wedding bells in tune what Electric Bitters give her. ThousProfessors Cabbell, Jones and G. Willis. Husband .. The Choice of A Mayfield October will be no domestic dis- ands bless them for overcoming faintHill gave one of the best sing-- and there ing and dizzy spells and for dispelling too important a matter for a womIs Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Holladay cord. weakness, nervousness, backache and an to be handicapped by weakness, bad entertained about sixty of their j ines of the season at Zion A woman's idea of the acme tired, listless, worn xout feeling," Elec- blood or foul breath. Avoid these Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic,, Saturday evening:, day afternoon. They were de- tric Bitters have done'a world o good," last by taking Dr. Bing's Life Pills. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is alof martyrdom is to wear last writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla , "and New strength, fine complection, pure most certain to be needed before tha at a lawn party. The yard was lighted with the large crowd and year's hat. 1 thank you, with all my huart, for breath, cheerful spirits things that summer is over. Buy it now and b decorated for the occasion, and their ready Tesponse to join in their use. Easy, safe, prepared for such an emergency making such a good medicine " Only win F05 "Wealth does not mean happi- - 50c, Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. sure, 25cPaull Drug Co, evening was delig he fully J the singing. the sale by Paull Drug Co. Short Stops, THE Pains All Over! LOUISVILLE TIMES, h 1 CARDU I WomlnsTonic j lf $5.00 ce ! g. ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE $4.50. level-headednes- s. I . lljl J((L1aL y TUOwvTwm ti nt I x . 1 DEHLER BROS., HI m 3t ' ? 30-AugU- ; International 23-2- 7. 30-Aug- ust 1-- 3. 7-- 9. 7-- 9. ' . 14-1- 7. i few-pleasu- re 13-1- 6. 14-1- 6. i 20-2- 3. 20-2- ' 2, 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. 27-3- 0. 29-3- 1, p. 4-- 6. - j 4-- 7, 4-- 7. 3-- 6. 3 17-2- 1. 18-2- L y. 9-1- 2. Sun-fripn- ds kill-hop- es men-follo- w w ft I- - it .8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS parties the constitute a living menace so breach is wide, between the nom- long as in our possession and inees of the two conventions that he favored their separation Published Every Wednesday there is no common ground. from their government and the . - BY THE Those who believe in the old establishment of this liberties. Adair County News Company. methods, who believe in the Taft Mr. Sullivan was introduced by ( INCORPORATED.) way, a way fully understood; a Hon. James Montgomery in a EDITOR. way that has brought unrest and short speech in which be stated CHAS. S. HARRIS uncertainty, know, what to do that he had not yet taken a posiDemocratic newspaper devoted to the with the ballot. Those who tion between the contestants but of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. want a change, those who style would wait further information Mr. themselves progressives, may before making his mind. e as Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. well feel the impulse of duty Helm was introduced by Hon. bringing them to the active sup- Rollin Hurt in a brief and pleasWW. JULY., 10. 1912 port of Wilson and Marshall. ant manner. While the convention was spiritDemocratic Ticket. ed, and the support of the various candidates stubborn, requiring many ballots to settle the For President Mrs. Z. T. Williams, is expected contest, yet the nominations home this week. WOODROW WILSON were obtained through clean' Mr. John T. Hamilton, was here of New Jersey. methods so far as published re- from Edmonton Monday. ports show. There is no taint Mrs. Susan Watson, of Cane Valley, Vice President THOMAS R. MARSHALL of dishonor on the nominees of is visiting Mrs. J. P. Beard. Rev. of Indiana. the Baltimore convention, no town D. H. Rowerton, was in Georgea few days of last week. heresies in the platform, and no Misses Georgia and Mamie Smith, Announcements fear of defeat. The way is clear attended the Lebanon Chautauqua on the Fourth, t to Washington! fHE MUR COUNTY the two HEWS Between A Well-know- n Colored Man Dead. Last Wednesday afternoon Thomas Hunter, an old colored man. who has made his home in the suburbs of Columbia for more than a half century, fell dead in a field of growing corn, where he was at work, one mile soutkof town. Dr. C. M. Russell, Coroner, and Mr. Gordon Montgomery, County Attorney, went to the scene. An inquest was held and the verdict rendered by the jury was, the deceased died from organic heart trouble. During slaver -ery Tom Hunter was an obedient servant and since the day of Mr. Lincoln's proclamation, freeing the slaves, he had been a polite, industrious man, respected by the white population of Columbia. He lived to be about seventy five years old, and if he was ever in court, charged with any character of offense, it is not known to us. A very large number of his own people attended the funeral which was conducted on Thursday. There were also many whites present to pay their respects to a man, though humble in life, but who at all times respected the law, and who was a regular attendant upon church service, and who did what he could, in the way of advice, to better the condition of his race. "Uncle" Tom, as he was familiarly called, will be missed by his own people and by many white 'friends. '" Sandusky & Co. Wholesale and Retail LUMBER All Kinds of Plaining Mill' Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds ln-er- Columbia, Kentucky. I . Post-offic- sec-a- d W. J. Hughes & Sons Co.,i iiiir Incorporated jj Personal Louisville, Kenfueky. ': WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Columns, Brackets, 'Mouldings, Stair Work. Ask Sullivan. We are authorized to announce J. A. Sullivan, of Madison county, a candidate for Congress in this the Eighth District, subject to the action of the Democratic primary to be held August THE SPEAKING. - Last Saturday afternoon, Hon. Jere Sullivan, of Richmond, and 1912. Congressman Harvey Helm, of Stanford, spoke in Columbia to a Harvey Helm. We are authorized to announce that reasonably good crowd of DemoHon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln couuty crats, each presenting reasons is a candidate for Congress, m the Eight district, subject to the Demo- why he should be given the cratic primary to be held August 3, Democratic nomination for con912, gress in this district. Mr. Sullivan made the opening speech of During the summer months mothers of young children should watch an hours' length devoting the for any unnatural looseness of the bow major portion of that time in an els. When given prompt attention at introduction of himself, his efthis time serious trouble may be avoid- forts and accomplishments for ed. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and the Democratic party of this Diarrhoear Remedy can always be de pended upon. For sale by Paull Drug State. He gave a detailed acCo. count from his childhood to the closing It affords us pleasure to intro- sembly, of the last General Asdisclosing the importduce the choice of the Baltimore ant services he claimed to have convention, which became aj known fact since our last issue. rendered purely from a patriotic view. His main claim presented While we cannot say that it is was the authorship and guardian specially pleasing to take from our mast head our own prefer- interest in the present school law and that he drafted the varience, Hon. Oscar W. Underwood, ous bills intended to redeem the Mrs. Lou Miller and her granddaughter, Miss Frances Reed, returned and erect the name of Gov. Democratic platform which he' from a pleasant visit to Middlesboro Woodrow Wilson, yet we do itj also claimed to be the author. last week. Before going to Middlescheerfully, feeling that no out-- 1 boro Mrs. Miller spent several weeks .me icaiduiuci ux ma units was in St. Joseph's Infirmary, Louisville. rage of justice, no fool's blunder spent in an effort to discredit Her health has greatly improved, by the convention nor concesthe congressional standing of his sion to special interests have reopponent. The recital of his Casey Circuit Court. was our sulted. Underwood activities took so much time that choice. He is a man of attainhis position on national questions ' ments. We had watched his was not mentioned. Cangress-- j The Juty term of the Casey circuit course, admired his great ability convened on man Helm followed in an hours cour,t Judge Ci Monday, July 1st, with Carter on the bench, J. and pinned our faith to his pol- speech in which a large part of and A. A. Huddles ton, Commonwealth ' icies, hoping that the Baltimore his time was used in defense of Attorney, looking after the State's interests. The forenoon was consumed convention would not overlook his integrity and his ability as a by Judge Carter in charging the grand his brilliancy nor underestimate representative from this district jury and he urged that the grand jury violation his value in the executive duties which had been criticized by his investigate every known indictment of if law, and return an the of a chief magistrate, but the opponent in the open by necessary, but he was equally as firm and bubble bursted, hope vanished, many inferences. Pointing to in his request that no innocent man be and the die is cast. We place the good work accomplished by punished, and that no person be indict- ed under malicious testimony, or in the names of Woodrow Wilson ' the present congress he claimed other words just because one man hates for President, and Gov. Mar-- j that, that body o Democratic, or dislikes another. Every law abiding in Casey county likes Judge shall for Vice President, and statesmen had'made pcssible,pro- - citizen because he is fair to all parties, Carter in so doing we feel proud of bable and certain the election of and I have heard many good words .the fact that we carry the names a Democratic President and Vice said of him. The afternoon was taken up in speech making by the Hon. Harof the next President and Vice President and stating, in a vey Helm and Judge Jere A. Sullivan, President of this country. So modest way, that he had per- congressional aspirants in the Eighth district, and as I am not qualified to far as ability, for progressive formed his part with fervor and pass judgment, I'll not say which of the theories, for the actual Jiving zeal a record of which may be gentlemen made the best speech. Fred McLean. application of public demands! found in the proceedings of Confor change in the life of our gress. His open statement that We will offer our entire stock of country, two better men could he has kept well in the bounds Buggies at Cost, Friday and Saturday. not be found to administer. In of Democratic polices of Reed Hardware Co. the naming of Wilson and Mar economy was warranted in the shall by the Democrats, and fact that he as chairman of the Taft and Sherman by the Re- War Department Committee had Mr. J. D. Walker, of OraHwillo Vm publicans the issue is not unce- saved this country ten millions of sold Mr. J. O Russell the business nouse, on tne puonc square, occupied rtain. It is progressive on one dollars, tha't various other remedial by Flowers & Beck, Mr. C. R. Hutchinside and stand pat on the other. measures had received his active son and J. W Coy, consideration, $2 500. Mrl Russell is now in possession, It is the old order of things pit- support, fn concluding he point- and will some time in the future raze ted against the ever constant ed to the dangers that threatens the old "building and replace it with a Mr. Walker also ' - hanging that require new meth-- S the wqII being of this govern- brick structure. purchased from Mr. W. B. Pattesonthe ods to bring desired results. No ment in our foreign possessions residence "where the latter lives for $3, V ell informed man, no one with that the Philippian Islands, ten 500. Mr. Patteson will give possession in the fall and Mr. Walker will remove! :' Average thought can be fooled. thousand miles from our shores, his family from Grady ville to this piece. ' j ! j J Moving Picture Show at Court-HousMr. J. A. English, who has been booster days Friday and Saturday July quite sick for two weeks, is better, we 12 and 13. are glad to report. Next Friday and Saturday are barMiss Mollie Caldwell, is spending a gain days in Columbia, the second few weeks with relatives and friends great reduction in prices given by the at Portland, this county. merchants, club in this town. Many Dr. O. H.,Shively, wife and daughter, premiums will be given and if you are Miss Virginia, of Greensbuag, visited not familiar with the contest we refer the family of Mr. Brack Massie last you to the large display advertiseweek. ments in this paper. Look it up and Miss Maud Jackman, returned from enter some of the contest, and prove a a visit to Sewellton last Friday. Her' winner. Again, it will be a social uncle, Mr. 0. C. Kimbler, accompanied meeting for your friends from all parts ot the county will he here. If you need her home. any merchandise it will be a most exMr. C. M. Barnett, who met Mrs, cellent opportunity to get what you Barnett here for a week "or two, left want and save some nice money. By last Friday for Evansville. From there agreement prices are to be slaughterhe will start on his traveling tour, mak- ed on those days. When you come to ing the State of Missouri first. town call on the.News. Prof. A. H. Ballard and wife, return i ed from Louisville last week. While j For Sale: A good square piano. S. N. Hancock. in the city the former submitted to a delicate operation. We are glad to j Mrs. E. A. Tonge, (nee Miss Oliver state that he is rapid ly improving. McElroy, djed at Springfield Monday of Mr. B. L Banks, a former citizen of last week. She was well known here, Cane Valley, a native of Adair county, having been a visitor many times. now a prosperous business man of Rich- She was a niece of Mr. Geo. E. Wilson, mond, Ky., visited his old home and this place, and was a lady of many exmingled with friends in Columbia last cellent qualities The remains were week brought to Campbellsville for inte:-men- t. jlr. ana Mrs. . li. Elvers and their! daughter, Miss Mary, who have been With every dollar, cash purchas e, on an extended visit to Glasgow and Dixon, Tenn., returned home last Fri- next Friday and Saturday we will give day afternoon. They report a most en- a drinking cup. Flowers & Beck. joyable time. e, ! I I i - r ! For Our Complete j - t f h, ; : ! Catalog. I Gives ADAMANT FLOOR FASNT time to dry. Floors pair.'cdat night can bo used next morning; when ordinary paint is applied the room cannct be cs?d mfL WJlflS&jf for several days. For k.t'hcn llocrs, baseboards any- pa nt iar.ct-cwheretbat arajlddrycrar-jail1 V tbc tc:ti inost durable paint in ;Lo vrorU to is W7 M7 M My jp I v nce Around the Clock d C Sfc $L Jk v XCwct .z d, v, iYlLi L E, immu Bmv Sprca's freely and pre cr.. a r .,ol ir c - . -n mvVCirfW. rcai.napirrxi.-u!ii'a-r Irt six popular colors. A .w r color crO. mwy 'c.. jnS -- . I . &'j.cc , .' &wW k.7 iM PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO., 2NC., Jj& j Prom Senator Dowling. j j ! Lawrenceburg, Ky., June 2S, 1912 Hon. J. A. Sullivan, Richmond, Ky. Replying to your message I wantto inform the good Democrats of Adair and Casey counties that you appeared before the joint redistricting committee of the last Legislature, and vith Senator Hubble and myself advocated the admission of the gallant Adair and Casey Democracy into this II Paul! Drug Co. j ( 1 l j district. Neither Helm nor any representative j of his ever appeared before the committee advocating the cause of these counties, or even after the bill was passed asked or urged the Governor to reject it. Helm was known to be unalterably opposed to Casey and Adair coming into our district because it meant that Rockcastle had to go to the Uth district. Helm was wil'ing that Caleb Powers should be the master of Adair and j j J. L. Wilson, Greensburg, Ky., J. H. Womack, Russell Springs, Ky., Simcoe Dockery, Jamestown, Ky. Good Ball Playing. The Columbia team is doing itself proud ot the Lebanon Chautauqua. On the Fourth it met the Lebanon clnb and after playing ten innings it was defeated, one to nothing. It was an exciting game, and though our boys lost they clayed fine ball, as the score next day our boys shows. The met Campbellsville and were defeated 2 to I. On Saturday Columbia woi from Bardstown, 8 to 5. Monday they played Springfield, the result being 6 to 2 in favor Springfield. The Lebanon Enterprise pays the Culumbia aggrigation a high Compliment, and the umpire announced that our team is the best on the ground. Will Young, who is doing the pitching, has been highly complimented by all visitors. In fact, every member of the club is doing most admirably. (fWe'll Wager Four A Pairs Against Dollar that you can't wear out Buster's Hosiery in fonr months. Pay us a dollar, wear four pairs, and if any holes appear, you will receive brand new Hosiery free of charge. ' Buster Brown's j Casey Democracy at Washington, and Helm refused to aid us in our fight and remained absolutely silent at Washington. Wm. E. Dowling, Senator. Ail Buggies 12th I at Cost Friday and and 13th. Satar-day.Ju- ly Reed Hardware Co. For Saie. House and lot known as the late Oscar Pyle property. Lot contains about 3J acres with house of eleven rooms all in good repair. Also good outbuildings, fine well, cellar, good garden and nice apple orchard, For further information call on or write, Miss Lorena Pyle, 35-t- "DarnlesS" Guaranteed Hosiery For Men Women and Children -- It is most generally understood, though there may be persons who do not understand it, we desire to Columbia, Ky. f make the following statement: Articles appeared and others that may yet I have a Aberdeen at that appear, in this paper in the interest of my farm that will serve at SI. He is a Mr. Helm and Mr. Sullivan, credited fine individual and superbly bred. to other papers, are paid for at regular R. K. Young, advertising rates, hence they are no.t 33-- tf Columbia Ky. expressions of the News. Wanted Lumber and Posts to build a barn 180 by 42 feet. On July 15, we will close our books J. H. and W. R. Goff, and sell our entire stock of groceries Columbia, Ky. for cash, only, at greatly reduced prices. every $5.00 cash purchase, next All parties owing us accounts will call With Friday and Saturday will give an ex- and settle same, wo must have the in money. press wagon worth $1.00. Flowers & Beck. Miller & Miller. two-year-o- 25c a Pair guaranteed four months against darning. Less than 1 per cent of it fails to oudive its guarantee. Made of sheer, thin silk lisle gauze with linen reinforced wearing parts. Has heel, sole and "German Loop" tee. To our knowledge, the very best 25 c guaranteed hosiery made. Come in and ask for it. is high-splice- d, 4-ply 2-p- ld ly 3-p- ly Russell & Co. fnliimKii If, ""