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The Lebanon Falcon gives the following accounts of the Chatjtauqqa, Ball games: The game Friday, while an interesting one, was Bardstown failed to score, while CampbeHsville ran in 6 in eight times at bat. Weeding pitched a great game, allowing but one hit. Score: one-side- d. HELM WEAK. nr The post-offi- ce department Washington require publishers of county hewspapers to erase eyery name fron the subscription list who is One Year or over in arrears. To fail to comply with this lawji heavy penality is attached? We have subscribers on our list that will have to come off under the mandate of the postal authorities, and those who rfaillo receive the paper will no that they are behind a year fcr more, and that in order to avoid paying a heavy .fine, we are obeying the law. We do not want to lose subscribers who will meet their obligations to the office, but we can not longer indulge them. We have been very linient to pur patrons, but we can not be expected to longer mall the paper to those who come under the law without being compensated. There are a number of subscribers in Adair county who will have to be stricken from our list besides a bunch who live in other localities. We hope the above will be given proper consideration, and all subscribers who are behind will send in a remittance at once. The law must be obeyed. State Crop Conditions. FRANKFORT, Ky., July 10,-- the monthly crop report of the Agricultural Department shows the condition of corn to be 84J per cent of an average crop; oats, 92 per cent; potatoes, 96J per cent. Estimated yield of wheat per acre is 10.2 bushels; of rye, 12J bushels, and barley 26.2 bushels. Ninety-on- e per cent of dark tobacco was transplanted June 1 and the present condition is 90 per cent of an average crop. Burley section transplanted 51 per cent of crop; present condition 86 percent. Average fruit crop: Apples, 75 per cent; peaches, 70 percent; pears, 70 per cent; plums, 89i per . cent; 91 per cent. i Pasture conditions throughout the State are excellent. In many counties, continued rainfall retarded cultivation of crops, corn and tobacco especially. Taken as a whole, the report for July shows crop conditions brighter than was shown June 1. .gi-ape- Whole Family Poisoned. H' Dr. James Menzies, his wife and three children were taken violently ill last Wednesday morning just after the breakfast hour. Drs. Cartwright, Flowers and Grady were called, who decided that the family was poisoned from drinking milk The physicians say that their books speak of cows eating poison weeds, etc. Again, the milk might have been tin poison. The family has no idea how it occurred, but it knows as well as the neighbors, that it was purely accidental. The physicians were with the family until noon. Mrs. Menzies and one of her children being The county road from the bridge To Teachers and 'Trustees. the sickest. Early in the afternoon across Russell creek, to Ozark should Teacher's Rally Day. the entire family had recovered sufbe worked. The distance is fully four ficiently to be pronounced cut of danThe proper medium for the settle-men- t miles and it is said to be the worse ger, a report that the News is glad to Thursday will of controversies arising between piece of road in Adair county. be Educational Rally There make. teachers and trustees is the county su- are any number of chug holes that Day for Adair county. Hon. Barks-dal- e Hamlett, State Superintendent, perintendent of schools. Many teach-er- should be filled with rock and covered Green County Pike Company. trustees and citizens have a cus- with dirt, there are some places where will be here to address the assembly. It will be a great meeting, and Miss tom of writing the State Superintend- grading is necessary, but to grade withIt now looks like the pike from Pearl Hindman, County School Super ent of Public Instruction about every out using metal would do the highway Greensbnrg to the Adair county line is intendent, authorizes the teachers of little detail of school management. I more harm than good. There is no just a go. A com pany known as the Greens- Adair to dismiss their schools for the ' have no objection to answering these reason why the roads of Adair county burg and Camp Knox Turnpike Corn-ha- s day and come in to the meeting. The I inquiries, and it is always a pleasure to should not be put in better conditions. been incorporated at Greensburg. day will be given to all teachers who render assistance to any school officia capital stock,$17,000, guaranteed, and attend. All trustees, parents and ev- or citizen interesded in the welfare of the work of building the pike has com ery other person who is interested in school. These requests often state only The Burkesville Banner, in its write up, of the game of baseball between menced, lo meet the Green countv Education, are urged to be in Columbia one side of the question, and it is ' on this occasion. .people Adair county will have to build to give a fair decision until we the . Columbia colored team and the about seven miles. Will she do it? Besides Mr. Hamlett, T. J. Coats. have heard both sides. In view" of local colored team, effectually salivated the The colored It is an enterprise that should interest Dr. Heizer, of Bowling Green, will be these facts, I think it wise and just for this end of who players. go down to boys here, did not the people who live along the line of here to talk education. all trustees, teachers and Citizens to Attorney General James Garnett. submit these questions first to the Burkesville with the team, enjoyed the the road. The building of a bridge across Rus- who was instrumental in getting up county superintendent. When an opin- article, and are now doing a good deal sell's creek is no longer to be consider- -' this meetingfill be here and will ad- ion is needed, the county superintend- of guying ed, as a contract has already been let dress the teachers. Come, every body. ent is the proper person to ask for an for the structure. opinion from, the State office. When The P. H. Bridgewater farm, near this is done, he can give both sides of Cane Valley, Adair county, will be sold For Saie. The colored school in the suburbs of the question and the State office can by the heirs, at public sale, on a credit Columbia is being taught by Prof. Parkrender an intelligent opinion, except of six and twelve months, at the courtupon an appeal from the decision of the house door in Columbia, at the August er Jackman, We want to congratulate House and lot known as the late Os- county superintendent or upon his re- county court. the colored people upon securing his services. He is by far the best quali- car Pyle property. Lot contains about quest. I desire to make this appeal to About 100 acres in cultivation and fied man of his race in the county. He 3 acres with house of eleven rooms all all teachers and trustees, to submit about 90 fine timber. Good residence will not only impart book knowledge in good repair. Also good outbuildings, your questions first to the county su and other buildings. til Aug 1st. to his pupils, but he will lay down the fine well, cellar, good garden and nice perintendent, who is the proper person premises, if followed, that will make apple orchard. For further informa- to decide, all questions of difference and tion call on or write, doubt regarding the schools , of his them better boys and girls. Mrs. Lou W Atkins has sold one-haS Miss Lorena Pyle, county. Yours Very Truly. of hen stock of millinery to Mrs W. T. Barksdale Hamlett, Ky. Columbia, Price and this fall the two ladies will There were four or five colored per35-t- f Superintendent. conduct a partnership business. Miss sons, men and women, before Judge Julia Eubank, who is quite artistic in Moss last Saturday, one charged with' the millinery line, will be the trimmer. trespass, the others with breach of the There is no material change in the Jdr, Elmer Wheat has resigned as peace. condition of Mr. J. R. Wade, who lives on Green river, and who is a fine citizen. postmaster at Jamestown and has re,.1 The Directors of the Columbia Fair' It will be remembered that eight or imoved with his family 'to' some point LAssociationare urged to. meet. at the Corn for sale At my stable in Columunaay morniug July 19, at nine months ago he met with a stroke in Texas. We undersfarld that Judge NewF-omebia. Call at First National Fank. of paralysis and has been confined to H. H. Dunbar was appointed postmast- ho o'clock. Important business G. W.JMllionl' H. A. Walker, President. 37-2- t liis home since that time. er In Mr. Wheat's stead. -- The ROOSEVELT .REPUBLICANS Many People Came to Town and the Says Congressman Helm Made No of Adair County and all CITIZENS of former party affiliations, Merchants Did a Thriving Business to4 Have Casey and Efforts who believe in a Square Deal, and who believe that the Commandment " Thou Adair Counties Added to Last Friday and Saturday were Boos-e-r Shalt Not Steal" applies to politics as Days for Columbia and many people well as business; all citizens who desire Eighth Congressional another Roosevelt Administration with were here from all sections of the counDistrict. its well distributed prosperity that, ty. The crowd on Saturday was the reaches out and benefits the working largest seen here for many months. man and farmer as well as the Corporate The merchants' groctrymen, drygoods R. L. Hubble, representing Interests of Wall Street; are called to etc., did,a thriving business, and feel Senator the district embracing Boyle, Lincoln meet in mass convention at the Court thatthey have been well paid for the and Casey counties, in the legislature House in Columbia, Ky., at 1:80 P. M , coming, together. (Senator Hubble is a resident of Lin- Saturday, July 20th, 1912, for the pur Premiums were ottered on farm procoln county, the home county of pose of selecting delegates to the dis- -' ducts and cooking, and the following congressman Helm) has given out the trict and State Conventions, which will cash prizes were awarded. following interview: "Hon. Jere Sul- elect delegates to the Roosevelt ProWheat, M. O. Stevenson. livan came before our committee upon gressive Republican Convention to be Potatoes, L. L. Lay. two occasions and used his best efforts held at Chicago on August 5th, 1912, to, Cabbage, Ed Hood, to haye Adair and Casey counties added nominate candidates for President and. Onions, Ed Stotts. to the Eighth Congressional district. Vice President. Beets, John Butler. I will say that he was mainly responsiBecause of the wholesale frauds comBest horse colt, A. S.Chewning, first, ble for the change being made. Con- mitted against Col. Roosevelt and the Mark Holladay second. gressman Helm never appealed before people in the former County, District, Largest Number on wagon, Newt the committee, and if he ever asked a State and National Conventions, aitd single senator or representative to vote because ot the bold and public steal by Best peck apples, Mrs. Luther Murfor the bill, I never heard of it. I am the National Committee, which unseat- ray. senator of his district, and I know that ed the Roosevelt delegates which were Best Pech peaches, L. G. McClister. he never asked me." elected by the People, the action of Best doz. ears corn, G. J. Butler. such National Convention is Best Oats,, F, Reynolds, fraudulent and void, and the RepubliLayer Cake, Mrs. Sallie Kelleyr Commissioner's Sale. can Party is now without nominees for Light Bread, Miss Minnie Triplets President and Vice President. Mule colt, J. T. Peston, first; second ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF is call- R. A. Waggener. Therefore another Convention KENTUCKY, ed in which the people will have a Greensburg Deposit Bank Plff chance to vote and to have their votes against Commissioner's Sale. Republicans believe in the counted. Ralph Taylor and Duck Taylor Alias Richard Taylor Df ts rule of the majority and not in governBy virtue of a judgement and order ment by theft. The People's Govern- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY. of sale of the Adair Circuit Court ren- ment is the People's business and they dered at the May term thereof 1912 in must come and attend to it then selves, G. A. Dunbar Exor. of the above cause for the sum of $100.00 or the other fellow will attend to it for B. F. Tupman, Deed. Plff vs with interest thereon from the 8th day them, and they will continue to com- E. C. Rigney and A. A. Rigney Deft of September 1911 until paid and 36.-2- 0 plain of hard times. All who want By virture of a Judgment and Order costs herein, I shall proceed to offer this Government run by the People and of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render for sale at the Court House Door in for the People, are requested to attend ed at the May Term, thereof, 1912, in Columbia, Ky., on Monday the 5th day convention, and are assured that the above cause, for the sum of $400.00 of August at one o'clock p. m. or this with the interest at the rate of 6 per thereabout (being the first day .of the majority will rule. cent per annum from the 10th day of Provisional Roosevelt Republican County Court) upon a credit of six August 1910, until paid,and $32.55 costs Committee. herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale months, at public auction to the highest bidder the following described property door in Columbia at the Com A certain tract of land situated Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Booster Sale Continued. in Adair Count j Ky,, on the waters of Auction, on Monday the 5th day of Au- Russells Creek, and bounded, as follows. For Cash or Produce, I Will give 10 thereabout rbein i ountv Court V,non Beginning at a stone corner to the lands of Arthur Tavlor thence with his per Cent. diSCOUnt On my entire Stock a credit six months the following de- line N 301 w 112 poles to a stone in J. Of merchandise Until Aug. 1st 1912. t: scribed property A certain M. Thomas line thence with said Thomof land situated in Adair County 'tract Henry Ingram, 2t as line S 49 h W 89 poles to a stone corKy., upon tne tsutier, a trioutary 01 ner to J. C. Calhoun also corner to the Sulpher and consists of about 80 acres lands of T. H. Tutt thence with said Rev. J. R. Crawford commenced the and is bounded as follows, by the lands Tutts line S 42 E 84 poles passing said of A. Hadley, Jackson Powell, James Tutt and J. M. Thomas corner at 39 fith year of his pastorate of the Presby- Redmon &c and Ben Rooks and the poles thence with said Thomas line to terian Church, this place, the first of same land upon which the Defendants a stake in said line corner to Arthur this month. Tne call for his continu- live and the same was conveyed to Taylor N 67-- J E 72 poles passing ance was unaminous. The fact is, he them by G. R. Redman &c by Deed rethrough the corner of the Spring to the has been with the church so long, per- corded in Deed Book No. 24 Page 429 beginning containing 49 2 acres more or fect unaminity reigning, it would be at of the Adair County Court CI rks less, or a sufficient thereof to produce a loss to know how to do without him. Office. the sums of money ordered to be made". At the congregational meeting Sunday For the purchase price; the purchasFor the purchase price the purchaser forenoon a statement was read by Mr. er, with approved surety of securities, W. Flowers, showing that all obwith approved surety or securities John must execute Bond, bearing legal inmust execute bond bearing legal in- ligations of the church from July 19,11 terest from the day of sale until paid, terest from the day of sale until paid to July 1912 had been met. A com- and having the force and effect of a and having the effect of a judgement. mittee consisting of W.P. Summers, J. Judgment Bidders will be prepared Bidders will be prepared to comply O. Russell and J. W. Flowers, has been to comply promptly with these terms. appointed to raise funds to be expended promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner, in improving th,e enterior of the buildW.A. Coffey Master Commissioner A. O. Lr. ing. Adair Circuit Conrt. At-well. so-call- Facts Washington City. Indicate That He Has No Influence in Bardstown CampbeHsville OOOOOOoO 22 J to-wi- t: j I to-wi- y, i im-pssib- le The Interior Journal at Stanford is devoting considerable space in an ating and Hatfield. tempt to deceive the public into the beNeither team seemed in form Satur- lief that Congressman Harvey Helm day and the game was listless and un- has some strength in Washington City. interesting part of the time, though at The claim that Congresstimes .full of life. Columbia took the man Helm came very nearly saving the lead early in the game and Bardstown nation a large sum of money and sjm was never able to catch up. Score: Mar things are brought out boldly." 00 Bardstown "TJie Advocate does not wish to detract Columbia 0 4 12 0 1112 x-from Congres3ma Helm's actual accomBatteries Wilson and Brooks;Young plishments. We believe in giving him and Holladay. full credit for all that he has done; Springfield and Columbia played but on the other hand we do not believe Monday. The game was close and full in deceiving the voters for the purposa of excitement until the eiehth innine of securing their support. Each voter when Springfield ran in three increas- should consider public men on what ing their lead to four scores. Colum- they have actually accomplished. Conbia claimed the umpire gave them a gressman Helm claims that he isentitled raw deal or theyi would have won- - The to credit for saying the people ten game closed as follows: million dollars because he recommend-- . Columbia 0 ed a decrease representing that sum ia Springfield x 5 the War Department, However, hh The good game between Lebanon and recommendation was Bbt aecepted, as Bardstown Tuesday was the second the Department could not be run on 3 victory for Lebanon and was one of the less amount than now expended. The swiftest games of the series. Wood-ru- Advocate, any Congressman or United was in fine form, striking out 11 States Senator, could offer a recora- men aiid allowing but 2 hits and but mendation for a deduction ot fifty milltwo men to get as far as second. The ion dollars in the expenditures, but support was perfect and the game was what would the recommendation errorless on the Lebanon side while amount to if it Is an impossibility? Bardstown rolled up six errors. Such stuff as that 13 nothing more than Bradstown "hot air" and certainly would not deLebanon ceive any individual with ordinary inBatteries- Jewell, Pike, Brooks; telligence. Woodrum and Crabbe. But get down to the facts'. A year Springfield declined to play Lebanon ago last December, Congress became Wednesday afternoon and after the lo-- TlPmnrrntn Thpr vcora hnnJrasla nf cal players had taken their positions on , jobs which were given to Deraocrat3 fn the field umpire Lally awarded the , the way of megae and clerk3hIp3 game to Lebanon 9 to 0. Springfield There was an average of at least five objected to the playing of Romeo Judd, good jobs for every Democratic membof Columbia, who was to hold down er of congress. Congressman Helm first base for Lebanon, and refused to should have landed at least five of these play with him on the Lebanon team. jobs for good Democrats in the Eighth Owing to a heavy rain whicn began Congressional district. By rights, he just after Wright, the first man up,had was entitled t: them for his consti made a two-bas- e hit, the final game be- - tuents. But what are the facts in the tween CampbeHsville and Lebanon was i matter HE DID NOT LAND A called. The game w as played SINGLE ONE, save the position of and resulted 2 to 0 in favor of Leban- clerk to his own chairmanship, which on. he gave to his private secretary.' George Willis, of Shelbyville. By EXECUTION SALE. poor representation, the Eighth District lost her pro rata of positions in the By virture of Vendirioni Exponas, No Democratic House. Congressmen who 1918, which issued from the office of had influence gobbled up all the job3 the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court on and Congressman Helm, as usual, was the 3rd day of July, 1912, for the sum left with the bag to.hold. He was abof (5173.62) One Hundred and Seventy solutely helpless and the proof shows Three Dollars and Sixty Two Cents, that he could not deliver thegoods. He with interest thereon at the rate of 6 could not get that to which he was just- percent from the 17th day ly entitled. of May, 1911, until paid, and the furthIn the light of such facts is ic any er sum of $11 45, Eleven Dollars and wonder that he is forced to return to Forty Five Cents Cost, in favor of J. his constituents and ask B. Beard, P. S. Monroe and J. P. on what he, tried to do? More Hardin, assignee, of Farmer's Bank of than a hundred residents endeavored y VS L. W. Hardin, I will to induce Congressman Helm to re on Monday, the othday of August, 1912, establish the star route between Dan- at the Court House Door, in Columbia, and T'prrvvillo ....... In this he proved .. . rr .1 rvy., it. same tDeing tne nrst day ot a ijan absolute failure tne Apparently the regular term of the Adair County Court, Department paid no attention to his efat P. M., or thereabout of- forts. Mr. N. A, Campbell, who carfer for sale to the highest and best bid- ried the star route which Congressman der upon a credit of three months the Helm permitted to be discontinued, was follcrwing described one eight interest engaged by numerous residents of the in a 30 acre tract of land, to satisfy old route to continue to carry their mail said Vendirioni Exponas, interest and and Mr. Campbell still runs hi3 hack cost, as the property of L. W. Hardin, and carries the mail, receiving payment lying in Adair County, Ky., and being from private sources. the same interest said Hardin inherrit- - Trirt A Hlintn tinn ahJahab.J ed from his father, Geo. "Hardin, and is.) th"" bounded on the N. by the lands of W. ,PlP generally, what T been A Cave, on the E. if the lands of P. f by to be true by the average H Bridgewater on W. by the lands of I is known voter of the district. Congressmen 1. B Grant and on the S. by the'lands 'Cantnll, James, Stanley and other lead- of Ben Grant "uuu tviku uuuiutcu ers have heen able at all times to take security and bearing 6 per cent interest care of their respective districts in a from date until paid will be required of way that Congressman Helm, according the purchaser. This July 8th, 1912. to the records, has never done. Cne A. D. Patteson S. A. C. Kentucky Congressman in Washington Batteries Jewell and Brooks; 10 000 1 00 x6 (Danville Advocate.) Weed- oft-repeat- ed 040000 ;5 U -- 20001003 01000100-- 2 I m 00000000 00 00200200 01 - to-da- J per-annu- m Cane-Valle- ! v-,i- .' I SJ! ZrvT t-- A. Y T i t, Birihday Dinner. Last Saturday was the fortieth anniversary of Mrs. W. C. Murrell, this place. The event was duly celebrated, a magnificent dinner being spread. Mrs. Murrell's mother, Mrs. Sallie Smith, her brothers and sisters, andli several friends were present. After dinner the remainder of the afternoon was spent in social, converse. D. H. Howerton, the pastor of the Baptist Church, is engaged in a meeting at Grady ville this week. He will fill his regular appointment here at the morning hour next Sunday, butwill hold no service at night on account of the meeting. J lf some months ago declared that when tn"e Kentucky representatives decided to take some particular course, they met, left Helm out, and after the meeting told him what they had agreed to do. Congressman Helm claims that he ha3 done wonders at Washington and that ne is a great torce- - there. Is it unreasonable to "ask why he did not get for the Eighth Congressional district the pro rata of jobs to which the district is entitled; is it unreasonable to ask why he failed to have the star route between Perryville and Danville reestablished? We predict that other Congressmen and the United States Senator will name the postmasters and Collector in this district if Congressman Helm is just like they his jobs in the Eighth District took away from him ' Ad. .; . . I I e All par,tie3 owingflmefor millinery u fail be con- are kindly urged ovsettle. i: at Freedom Church. ducted by R. P. Grimsley and U. G. to find me, call at Russell & u 3cure. Mrs. Geo Anderson. Everybody invited. noon J It-will es There will be a singing in the after of the'4th Sunday in this month Y I- r i I THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS National Platform. 5 In connection with a demand as an agency through which the Grady Yille. V- - for such a revision of the bank- complete overthrow and expiraDiddle and his son, Will a The following is summary of ing laws as will give temporary tion of corruption, fraud and J. A. is spending a few days in Leba1" 7 the planks in the platform adopt- relief in case of financial distress, machine rule in American polnon this week. ed by the Democratic party at there is a denunciation of the itics can be effected." We have had rain for the past the convention recently held in Aldrich bill prepared by the The conclusion to the platform monetary commission. says: "Our platform is one of week every day. the city of Baltimore: The present method of deposit- principles which we believe to be Dr.. J. H. Grady of Columbia, Reaffirms party's devotion to the principles of Democratic ing government fund3 is con- essential to our National we- was here last week. The oat crop in this section is government as formulated by demned, and the party is pledged lfare," and invites do tcfthe enactment of a law for the of all citizens who. believe in very fine this season. Jefferson. W. A, Coffey of Columbia was for a tariff for deposit of such funds by com "maintaining unimpaired the inDeclares 7Z revenue only and denounces "the petitive bidding as state or nation- stitutions and traditions of our here last Friday. high Republican tariff as the al funds, without discrimination country." H. A. Moss and wife, of principal cause of the unequal as to locality. Greensburg, passed through Knifley. distribution of wealth." Recommends investigation of here last Friday en route for Favors immediate downward agricultural societies in Europe The health of this community Bakerton. revision of present duties, es- to ascertain whether a system of is very good at the present time. W. C. Hill came in last Saturpecially upon necessaries of life. rural credits may be devised Owing to the continued rain day to spend a month vacation in the the farmers are so far behind in with us. Also favors gradual reduction so suitable to conditions as not to interfere with or destroy United States. their work that the weeds are The threshing machines will legitimate industries. Pledges party to enactment of outgrowing their corn. start in to business next week in 7K legislation to prevent devastaDenounces President Taft for Mr, Rollin Hurt, of Columbia, this section. The crop of wheat Ts vetoing tariff bills of last Con- tion of lower Mississippi valley was in our town one day last is very light. by floods, and the control of the week. gress. Mr. J. D. Walker, is getting Republican .party Mississippi is declared to be a Condemns Weather-for- d along very well, it is hoped by Mr. and Mrs. L. national rather than a state for failure to redeem its promises visited relatives at Absher his many friends that he will be problem. The maintenance of a of 1908 for downward revision." up again in a few days. last Sunday. navigable channel is also recomTakes issue with the RepubliRemember that protracted serRevs. Gilpin and Lemmon held platform as to the high cost mended. can a series of meetings at Christie's vices begins here on Monday Favors national aid regarding Chapel lasting two weeks, clos- night after the second Sunday in NIX of living, contending it is largepost roads. ly due to high tariff laws. ing out last Friday night. They this month, conducted by Rev. Repeats party's declaration of had several conversions. Hewerton, of Columbia. Favors vigorous enforcement !7ixthe platform of I90S as to rights of the criminal features of the Eld. Z. T. Williams and Eld. Mrs. C. M. Bault spent last of labor and pledges the party to anti-trulaw. Saturday night and Sunday with Young, of Columbia, called in to an employes' compensation law. Demands such additional legher sister, Mrs. Henry Johnston, see us on their return from Edmonton last Thursday, where NIX islation as may be necessary to Declares the unnecessary with- of Cane Valley. 7K drawal of of public land tends to crush private monopoly. Messrs. N. A. Humphress and they had been holding a series development and bring Favors prohibition of holding retard B. R. Bailey were in our town of meetings. reproach upon the policy of concompanies, interlocking direcJames Posey and wife and Mr. one day last week. servation; that reservations tions, watering, cet. Mr. J. S. Hovious has gone to Pickett and wife of Kemp, were 7K should be limited to purposes Condemns Republican adminisLouisville to have his eyes operat- in our midst last Friday. which thej' purport to serve: faMr. J. F. Pendleton spent tration for compromising with ed on. vors broadest liberality in adminStandard Oil Company and the Misses Emma and Clara several days of last week on the istering land laws and says fortobacco market at Louisville. He Tobacco Trust." est reserve act permitting home- Robertson were shopping in our reports tobacco very low. Denounces as "usurpation" stead entries within the national town one day last week. n Mr. Bunk Gill, the the efforts of Republicans to de- - forest should not be nullified by Messrs. John Love and Walter Absher. prive states of their rights and administrative regulations, and Ingram, of Columbia, were here stock dealer of Columbia was in munity are looking for a great revival. Remember the time our midst last Friday. to enlarge the ower of the Feder- declares for immediate action to one day last week. Mr. Ingram Robertson spent and place. al government There is," says make available Alaskan coal Miss Maggie Bragg, accom Mr. R. A. Corbin and family last Sunday night at Mr. Van the platform, "not wilight zone lands and safe guarding of the visited his son, M. E. Corbin, at panied by Mr. Arvest, spent the In conclusion we must say Bal- Humphress of Knifley. between, the nation and the state ' jjves 0f mmers 4th at Edmonton. They report a something in regard to the Mt. Carmel last Sunday. timore Convention. We speak Miss Audra Dillingham who has in which exploiting interests can very nice time. Favors encouragement of agrifor our Democrats in this section been visiting her sister near ' Ozark. take refuge from both." Judge N. H. Moss of Columculture and legislation to supthat to a unit we are all pleased Roley returned home last SaturUrges people to support pro press gambling in agricultural bia, was here the first of the day. Mr. Robert Huston spent last with the ticket and you will not posed constitutional amendment products. week. Mr. and Mrs. W. Absher week with his relatives in Colhear of a single discrod in these visited at S. H. J. Abshers last pending in various state legislaHenry L. Patton of GreensBelieves in fostering growth umbia. ends of the earth. We know Saturday and Sunday. tures, providing for an income burg, spent a few 'days here last of a merchant marine and urges that we have a good clean ticket Mrs. Mary Corbin, Cane ValMr. and Mrs. J. W. Fourth, of tax and election of United States speedy enactment of laws for ley, spent several days last week week looking after Insurance. made up of the very best men of near Cane Valley, were visiting senators by the people. greater security of life and prop- with her daughter, Mrs. Josh Mr. W. L. Winters our efficient our nation and we. know they ' here last Sunday. justification of the demand erty at sea. As cashier, was on the sick list a got their nomination on honora- - j Mrs. Harriett Robertson is Montgomery. n of the party for publicity of days of last week. hie conditions. We must reneat spending a few days with her Reaffirms previous declarations .. Mrs. and Mrs. Elmer Sparks, few expenditures of money in regarding pure food and public of Glensfork, visited the families Mrs. W. P. Flowers visited her here what we heard one of our daughter at Jericho. of the president and his behalf Miss Ura Robertson is visiting health. of Joe Kearns and Calvin daughter Mrs. Sailie McCanles oldest and tried Democrats in predecessor in the recent presit) Uncle Char- her aunt, Mrs. Van Humphress, Favors organization of the Maupin last Saturday and Sun- at Edmonton, a day or so of last this section dential contest," of Knifley. week. lie Yates, who has been voting civil service, and says law should day. Misses Emma and Clara Declares for presidential pre- Miss Mollie Flowers will leave the ticket for most three score, be honestly and rigidly enforced. Miss Lula Bryant visited the Robertson were at Knifley a few primaries. terence Directs i Recommends law reform legis Misses Combest Sunday and at- in a few days for several weeks and is not the least bit tired of days ago. national committee to provide for tended the baptizing at White visit with her brother Geo. and the way. said that he wanted to There were sixteen from this lation. selection at the primaries of family, in Wayne county. live to see one more Democratic place spent last Sunday at the Oak. members of the national com-- l Reaffirms position against Mrs. J. A. Diddle spent a few President elected and the ticket Griffiin Springs, Messrs. Elmore and Lander cy imperialism and colonial iwe have was good enough for; Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sberrill gave Bryant, Miss Myrt Redmon were days of last week visiting rela Pledges party to enactment of exploitation" in Philippines, him. If the good Lord will pre-- 1 a birthday dinner June 23rd, in tives in Columbia. Welcomes Arizona and New baptized last Sunday afternoon am rrMrt law prohibiting campaign con-- ! irtr lilrt nuucusuu p i har hp Tor atftw "UUU1 " vyicu T?V "il Quite a number of our people sprvA imp by Rev. Beck. and Mrs. Phil Sherrill. The table tributions by coroprations and Mexico into sisterhood of states. attended county court at Colum - !more months as he has in the was loaded with every thing Miss Cabell, of Dunville, unreasonable campaign contribu- - Demands for Alaska full enpast, the indications are that our gQod fco eafc and bia last Monday. day was by individuals. joyment of rights and privileges spent Saturday night with her tions next President will be Woodrow pleasantly spent. There were Mr. "Rimer Cole and wife, left Mrs. Frances Favors single presidential term of territorial form of govern- grandmother, wnson. eignteen present. us last Monday for the Lone Star White. and making president ineligible ment. Judge Sullivan of Richmond,! to reelection. Refers to Russian treaty and Mr. Albert Bryant left for State, where they expect to and J. W. Flowers o Columbia, sa- Lebanon this morning to attend make their future home. renews pieage to preserve Felicitates Democratic Conwas in our town last Friday. if Mr. George H. Nell and wife cred rights of American citizen- - the Chautauqua. gress on its record, enumerating Mr. and Mrs. N. A. McKinney spent a few days in Campbells-vill- e important achievements, an(2 ship at home and abroad." Natl Carriers Will fly last week visiting as well as Favors parcels post and exten entertained a crowd of young pledge an adequate navy. AK prospecting. Mr. Nell has an This is an age o great discoveries. people last Sunday. ' Republican ad-- ! Denounces Progress rides on the air. Soon we down the throat ot a "eaDev" ea n wiew that he might lo may see Uncle Sam's mail carriers fly-- 1 encourage - Mr. Joe Kearns and family chicken destroys tha worm ministration on charge of ex- - Favors as much and saves tha chiefs Ufe. A cate there in the near future. ing in all directions, transporting mail. tew droDS In the drinklnsr watet "travagance and demands return ment as properly can be given visited their relatives in Russell county last Sunday. On the 18th of this month the People take a wonderful interest in a Panama Canal Exposition. CURES and 'to simplicity and economy befit 'discoverv that benefits them. That's n PREVENTS GAPES evangelists, Revs. adonJ Mr. Buford Montgomery will Commends to the slates ting a Democratic government. why Dr. King's New Discovery for white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases.. of a law making it an offense leave Saturday for Lebanon Roberts Bros., who held a very Coughs, Colds and other throat and tion Favors efficient supersision where he will remain a while. successful revival at this place lung diseases is the most popular mediOne 50c Bottle of to discriminate against the uni and rate regulation of railroads, last year, will begin a series of cine in America. "It cured me of a BourbonPoultryCure of army. The Choice of A Husband express companies, telegraph, form the United States meetings at Picketts mill, on dreadful cough," writes Mrs. J. P, Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. telephone lines, and a valuation Renews declaration of the last Is too important a matter for a womDavis, Stickney Corner, Me., "after Every poultry raiser should seep a bottle a be handicapped by weakness, bad Russells creek, six or seven miles generous an to and all other this medicineonon hand. Write tor free sample s treatment of these companies by the inter- platform regarding blood or foul breath. Avoid these and Booklet "Diseases of Fowls." Address from this place. Everybody has .doctor, policy. BOUMOH REMEDY CCPW, Uxlagttra, Kr. remedies had failed." For coughs, colds by taking Dr. Bing's Life Pills. State Commerce Commission and pension "Sold by fine complection, pure a special invitation to attend. or any bronchial affection its unequaled. Refers to the rule of the peo- New strength, also legislation against breath, cheerful spirits things that Our pastor Rev. Pangburn, as Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at PRULL DRUG CO. ple and says: "The- - Democratic win of stock by these their use. Easj, safe, Drug Co. Columbia, Ky. well as the neople ,of that com- - Paull party offers itself to the country sure, 25c Paull Drug Co. During J rear iviz; 44 We not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List $1.50 j G-- . One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly - Courier Journal One Year st IN. Louisville Times and News $4.50 well-know- j ! I i cam-pagi- , (to-wi- J i , -- "pol-'mitte- e. I i j j m t t- - sx !.-- ; f - j I I ( j ! fr ONE IffiOP ; ( well-know- ! kill-hop- es over-issuan- ce men-follo- w ' I ' - fr , . f I .A IB COUNTY NEWS To Prevent Typhoid Fever. "v WORDSWORTH'S RECITATION. The Daily -- v- Louisville And The Times A Adair Coority News The News one Tear and The Times from Now until the 30th of November For Only Two Dollars. When one is compelled to live for in a house or in a neighborhood HRE INSURANCE where typhoid fever prevails he should make it his infallible rule and to eat and drink only such foods REALTESTATE as have been recently heated to above the scalding temperature. Salads should' be avoided, and water and milk should always be scalded befo.e use. Fruits should be pared. The typhoid 6 miles East of Columbia fever organism is very sucepti-bl- e Now Open for Guests to heat, and slight boiling or even a good strong scalding is Spring greatly improved sufficient to destroy it. So far Ir Ice can be secured, Ice Cream and as possible the house fly should Lemonade served every Saturday be screened out of the house, afternoon and night. while any that gain access should Come and recuperate your health and be diligently pursued and destroyhave a pleasant time and rest. ed. A. bit of wire netting attachRates: $1.00 per day, $5.00 ed to a wooden handle is a conper week. venient weapon. If - these G. P. SMYTHE ; Russell Spring Hotel 1 I. M. Tuiler, Proprietor. The Price of The Daily Times is $4.50 per Year. By subscribing with us at this time you get it nearly six months for 1.00. Send in your su- bl i STOCK NOTICE Jersey Bull The Way the English Poet Received Ralph Waldo Emerson. "When Emerson, the great American writer, came to England he paid a vis-I- t to Wordsworth, says an English magazine. Wordsworth had just returned from a journey and was in his garden writing a poem on what he had seen. The visitor found the great poet a white haired, tall, sparely built man, of a rugged, rustic type, with nothing, unless it were the One eyes, to hint of the poet. "Wordsworth made no ceremony over the visit of the man from a fnr land, but said instantly when he was called to greet him, "If you are interested in my poetry perhaps you will like to hear these lines." Emerson politely agreed, and this is what happened. Emerson has himself written the story down for us. The old poet thought for a few moments, then stood forth and repeated with great animation an entire poem he had written. "The recitation." the American philosopher wrote afterward, "was so for and surprising "Wordsworth standing apart and reciting to me in a garden walk, like a schoolboy declaiming that at first I was near to laughing; but, recollecting myself that I had come thus far to see a poet and he was chanting poems to me, I saw measures were consistently prac- that he was right and that I was ticed a large part of the now wrong, and I gladly gave myself up to hear." generally prevalent typhoid fevSTOVES OF IRON. er could be prevented, especially d BBSHil (Mb Sft7 Jp F.E.TRIGG (central poi?rr ROGUE RIVER OREGON CCRRESPONDE! NCE VALLEY "SOLCITE This matter must not be reprinted without special permission. LJLEUU fl JbTtk With proper care ducks will begin laying at five months without regard to the time of their being hatchd. Data lately published show that about 14,000 families are at present residing on land watered by government irrigation systems. While there may be greater risk in raising them, a flock of cockerels at 10 cents a pound live weight are a more profitable proposition than the average hog or steer. A unique experiment in oiling railway tracks was worked out the other day on a transcontinental line when a tank car containing 10,000 gallons of cocoanut oil sprung a leak and the con-- j tents were spilled for a long distance. The dust was laid, but the material used was a bit high priced. these They Superseded the Roman Stuba In ' the Eighteenth Century. We have a Thoroughbred Regis- measures the discharges of the A heating apparatus called a "stuba" tered Jersey Bull that we will stand sick were consistently and thor- (stove) was widely used among the beof at $1.00 at the gate, at our home oughly disinfected before being higher class the Romans before theThis ginning of Christian era. on the Somerset road 1J miles thrown out. Ex. class of heaters was fixed and immova! if in conjunction with from Columbia. scriptiou for both pers at pa- m. E. Jones Garrison Bros. , It Stirred the Convention. You will need a Daily paper During the Presidential Contest And The Louisville Times Posted. Bi Elm. i Old Uncle Green McKinley is in a very feeble state of health. Mrs. Melson, who lives with the McKinley family, fell last week, and broke her arm. Mr. Duggins Bradshaw is still confined to his room, and has been since last December. The Sunday School Convention at Liberty church, two miles from this place, left only two inhabitants in our burg that day. The corn crop looks well and has a good color, but is a little late. Wheat that was cut a little green, has molded in the bundle, and has not dried out sufficient to stack. The Irish potato, bean and pea crop is just splendid. Miss Nell Miller of Crocus, was at Big Elm last week. Messrs. J. A. and L. V. Tur ner sold last week, 15 head of fine Aberdeen and Durham calves to Cain and Loy for $268. Mr. Virgil Aaron, of Denmark, was here one day last week on his way to Flat Woods to receive some cattle he had bought some time ago. We have a pawpaw tree in, our garden not so large as the one described in the News a while back, but I guess it has more fruit on it. It is the yellow variety, and has 26 fine ones on it now, and several fell off during the rainy weather. It bore six fine ones last year. The farmers have talked a great deal about the influence of of the moon on vegetation. Some contend that corn planted -- This reduces perspiration to a mini- mum and keeps the surface of the skh in a healthy condition. A collar tbft"t j has to be padded is likely to be either af ' poor fit or poorly made. . 1 'SSSS- -- supply -- niirO'l? for the As u source of gen ration needed on the farm a field im-Mof alfalfa is preferable to a clofer meadow for two reasons. The first i ' that it is a perennial, not a biennis?; as is the clover. This means that can send its roots deeper into the earih and when once established is much V i less likely to winter kill or die 'in a ",. dry spell, as was the case last summer. ' A second point in favor of alfalfa ij that under equally favorable cond' ' tions it will ytald twice as much x hay as will clover. Perhaps it Is some- - 2 j what more difficult to get a field of Realism With a Vengeance. "A great deal of fun has been poked alfalfa started, but it Is worth the efr" i at the realistic school of art." says a fort. A Sheriff A. D. Patteson is now ready Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bryant, New York artist, "and it must be .conDENTIST to receiye For those living In the northerly latiof Taylor county, visited rel- payment. taxes and he urges prompt fessed that some ground has been givThe sooner paid the better enemy. Why. there recently tudes who have a strawberry bed Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd g en to the atives here a few days ago. the taxpayer will feel. through the winter for the first came to my notice a picture of an 35-Assyrian bath, done by a Chicago time a suggestion will be in place as. up Stairs. i Mrs. Montie Bryant, wife of man, and so careful was he of all the to protecting it, It is well to wait un- Elmore Bryant, is quite sick this details that the towels hanging up til the ground is frozen firmly, when jZSSSVZZtViZ Columbia, Kentucky. were all marked 'Nebuchadnezzar' in the bed should be given a covering of week. m T, clean straw, coarse hay or cornstalks5 i the corner in cuneiform characters." and of sufficient depth to shield from i Lipplncott's. Mr. E. A- - McKinley, started ? "'rr-VAithe rays of the sun and keep the bed I Office Phone 194 Home Phone 53-- 1 Monday, from alternate thawing and freezing' his threshing machine Thoroughly Qualified. you think," asked the during the winter. If one's locality & ' "And why do threshing the first crop for Mr. likely to be visited by a killing frost-a- t and Indigestion president, "that you would be an ornaI for two years. causwi roe .great distress DR. A. I triec many thinps for Bryant. blossom time the'danger may be re- Edmund ment to the diplomatic corps?" IGJ1C1. MUI KUflllUU UCJP, llllUb lUEIX IOUIJU duced by allowing the covering to in the best pills or medicine I ever tried it "Sir," replied the applicant, with on the bed until a couple of pardonable pride, "for four years I DENTIST "or soreness of the muscles, whether weeks after other green things get well had the honor of directing a church started. If the covering Is of straw i V induced by violent exercise or injury, choir." Philadelphia Record. Columbia, Kentucky , is an excellent plan to merely rake il Chamberthere is nothing better than lain's Liniment. Thie liniment also reLabor to keep allre In your breaat from the plants on to the spaces beC.TE. Hatfield. Guyan.TV. Va. tween the rows, where It willj serve as. that little spark of celestial fire, lieves rheumatic pains. For sale by 26 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. an excellent mulch and keep the berRussell BTd'g--2n- d Floor Front Paull Drag Co. ries clean. . .. ! The n.uch talked of resolutions u. fi. Jones offered by Mr. Bryan in the once. National Convention is as fol& lows: Veterinary Surgeon and Dentiat "Resolved, That in this cirsis 9 years experience. Special attention in our party's career and in our given to Surgical and Dental work Office at residence near Graded School country's history, this convenbuilding. tion sends greetings to the PHONE HO. 7. people of the United States, and assures them that the party of Jefferson and of Jackson is still CAUSE AND REMEDY. the champion of popular governwill ment and equally before the law. Uncertainty of the immediate As proof of our fidelity to the future is looked upon by many men of affairs, as a blockade to enter people we hereby declare ourprise and business prosperity, and selves opposed to the nomination this blockade is now quite apparent of any candidate for President throughout the channels of trade. in the light of the moon will The Presidential Election; the who is the representative of or grow tall and slender and the efforts of Congress with no fixed under any obligation to J. Pier-poears not so good as if planted in purpose; Organized Labor as a new Morgan, Thomas F. Bryan, in politics; together the dark of the moon. Another factor matters of greater or with less August Belmont or any other other more noticeable effect of the import, .represent at this time a member of the privilege-huntin- g moon's attraction, are the tides, chaotic conflict of separate interg ests, to harmonize which is now the and class. Be it occuring twice a day. before the country. problem further All want Prosperity, Peace and "Resolved, That we demand Wilson's Store. Plenty. Read with care the Cincinnati Enquirer, a journal that the withdrawal from this convenprints all the news each dav from Mr. Sam Jeffries returned every commercial center through- - tion of any delegate or delegates .out the bf"ome,ter f constituting or representing the from Illinois Monday night. causes and effects points out, above named interests." Mr. Albert Bryant attended ' as a Beacon Light, the danger and It took nerve to stand up bethe Chautauqua at Lebanon last & safeguard therefrom As well known, the Daily fore twelve thousand men and quirer is the largest in size' and offer the resolution, but Mr. P PaP in the Miss Willie Kearnes is spend- States, yet cheapest, measured by Bryan always carries that with ing a few days with her grand quality and quantity. ' him. It was disscussed and The Weekly Enquirer, with the parents, near Montpelier. cream and digest of all the news, passed. Misses Mabel and Rena Mur-'aband conservative editorials, Dysentery is always serious and ofmarket reports, methods and re- rell visited relatives near Zion, suits from Government and State ten a dangerous disease, but it can be Saturday night and Sunday. Experiment Stations, veterinary cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Mr. Loren McKinley,' of Dunn- - matters, People's Forum, choice and Diarrhoea Remedy has cured it literature, short and continued stor- - even when malignant and epidemic Vllle was here last week buying ies sermons, general For sale by Paull Drug Co. information, etc., with the exclusion produce. r. of all matters of scandal and and Mrs. N. A. McKinley morality, is today the Cleanest For Sale ' following at Weekly Family Journal obtainable. entertained the rth issn? 5? their home last Sunday: Misses ofachyear's subscription. the ce I have some household and other a goods which I will sell privately Call Susie Murrell, Nannie Bailey, Solicitors for subscriptions make and see them. Myrtie Redmon, Myrtie and Lbu-ell- a a handsome profit and increase the S N. Hancock. good influence of The Enquirer in Combest; Messrs. Elbert the uplift of morality andlndustry, Bryant, Callie Murrell, Luther and for the betterment and welfare Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone A. of community. For terms write Redmon, Robt. Bailey, Cortez to the Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. The DR. J. N. MURRELL Bryant and Millard Young. Jones Jones keep you I ! There is mighty little consistency in other re- the cry put up by many farmers about spects wholly different from the mod- the high price of farm machinery re ern stove. In Germany and Scandina- suiting from manipulation by the via they were used in bathrooms and trusts when these same implements hothouses during the middle ages. are left exposed to the weather in They were usually constructed of brick, headlands and fence corners with no stone or tile and were of immense size. covering but a few cobweb. They sometimes covered the whole side of a twenty or thirty foot room The grand total value of all live and often extended out into the room stock of the country, including the as much as ten feet, in which case the several kinds of domestic animals, smooth, flat top was used for a bed- poultry and bees, as reported to the stead, the heated surface imparting an census bureau for 1910, Is ?4,S9u,00O,-00agreeable feeling of warmth during This is an increase of nearly 0O those cold nights of long ago when per cent over the showing of 1900, such things as covers were quite rare. Cardinal Polignac of France was per- when the figures Avere $3,073,000,000. haps the first to attempt the construcThe idiotic practice still persists of tion of a stove wholly of iron, this at getting pure bred cattle so fat in about the beginning of the eighteenth century. The first real Improvement making them ready for live stock exover the old Roman "stuba" was positions as to virtually ruin them far brought about by Franklin in the year breeding. The live stock authority or 1745. One of his efforts produced a (judge who has the nerve and good typical base burner, almost perfect and sense to lead vigorous revolt against a model of workmanship. Stoves were this senseless practice will be entitled not used In private houses to any great to the thanks of every raiser of bloodextent prior to the year 1S30. London ed cattle in the country. ble, besides being in several 0. J ! I Standard. nt favor-seekin- ' I J En-wee- k, gest vd Traveling Stones. "Traveling stones," trom the size of a pea to six inches in diameter, are found in Xevada. When digfributed upon a floor or other level surface within two or three feet of one another they immediately begin to travel toward a common center and there lie huddled like a clutch of eggs in a nest. A single stone removed to a distance of three and a half feet upon being released at once started with wonderful and somewhat comical celerity to join its fellows. These queer stones are found in a region that is comparatively level and little more than bare rock. Scattered over this barren region are little basins from a few feet to a rod or two in diameter, and it is in the bottoms of these that the rolling stones are found. The cause for the strange conduct of these stones is doubtless to be found in the material of which they are composed, which appears to be lodestone or magnetic iron ore. ITarper's Weekly. Legend of Agincourt. For many centuries we English have plumed ourselves upon the victory of Aginrourt. Indeed it is from King Eleury V.'s address to his soldiers on that occasion, as given by Shake-spean- s that the tnqtto of tjbls journal is "taken, "Familiar in theiT mouths a household words.' But the French hare an account. f the affair not so much to our credit It was arrunj,e3. according to this fable, by the twv leaders that only the nobles on each fcide Wtre to fight. King Henry V then artfully ennobled his whole armj and hence got the .best of the enemy. Shakespeare unwittingly gives a little '.'ounteuance to the legend when he makes the king declare in the anove inetationed address, "Be ye ne'er so vile, this day shall gentle your condition." London Standard. A Ensilage is coming more and mora into favor as a part ration for feeding cattle. A combination that is hard : to thirty pounds of beat is twenty-fiv- e silage, from eighteen to twenty pounds of corn and from two to four pounds of clover hay or alfalfa. Where it I? not possible to secure these legume two or three pounds of oil or cot tori seed meal will be a good substitute. 1 4 In a good many states laws receatl i passed specify what shall constituu-officia- l weights for the many products 1 of the soil used In general eoasuiop- - f tiou. Where such laws have hues j passed it means that the buyer can in i sist on a fair measure when he bay a given amount. Three products o general consumption where the en forcement of the law is likely to aake j a difference are potatoes, onion's and ' apples. S it is not whether a collar is soft, but whether it fits, that makes it a gtxid or bad collar. Without quetion the best i- Every thinking horseman knows tat ; le maIIam - nn .a1a nlf nuii ffVWk ... tuiiai uiuue iuuuj If. uu ff.s.. x.- - lA j which there is no leather or padding on the parts touching the shoulder. r non-sectari- an . "4 , to-carr- tf mimmmii liP' s. ' JL T. SMITH in I DR. KING'S NewLifePills ytt - a T i?w ., 4" -- V Ji r- Wc :.r . Tt V; v i C MITL ,.. y THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .x Expressions from newspapers The dwelling house of x. w. Scott, throughout the United States, ' ?aaJ R?by- - tide eountr. W. eonsameduv uic idai luuiouaj db j Liutn xubring the glad tidings that the surance ejght or nine hundred. This Published Every Wednesday Democrats are perfectly satis- - makes the second dwelling Mr. Scott XY THE has lost in the last two years, The "t florl ttti4-cx finlrof nrmir'jr on zt household goods were saved. Adar County News Company. Baltimore. Several metropolitan ( Incorporated.) A struck this Republican papers have an- town.new breed of rats hasnearly white They are large, EDITOR. nounced for the ticket and a and spQtted. . Dr. W. F. Cartwright CHAS- - S. HARRIS very large number of independ- killed two on his premises last Thurs day morning. jDemocratic newspaper devoted to the and the people ent sheets. The Louisville Post of the Citr of Columbia Adair and adjacent counties. will battle for the Democrrtic W. L. Gadberry, of Sparksville, has exhibited at this office a turnip, perfectly solid, that weighed 7 as sec candidates. Entered at the Columbia THE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS i Special All DEMOCRATIC PARTY Vote For One Only For Congress . Notice in-'re- st well-shape- d Post-offi- ce nfl class mail matter. Pellyton. pounds. The vegetable was grown in his garden. ED. JULY.. 17. 1912 Democratic Ticket. For President ' WOODROW WILSON of New Jersey. Vice President '.THOMAS R. MARSHALL of Indiana. Announcements Sullivan. X We are authorized to announce J. A Sullivan, of Madison county, a candi date for Congress in this the Eighth located as follows: District, subject to the action of the t Sanders, Democratic primary to be held August j Estell 1S12."' There has been a great deal of rain but crops look well. Mrs. "Ermine Jeffries, of Casey county, was visiting relatives and friends here last week. Mr. J. D. Lowe called on the merchants at this place the latter part of the week. Rev. W. H. Lenimon filled his regular appointment at Atwoods Chapel last Sunday. The school at this place commenced last Monday with Mrs. MaryGabbert, of Casey creek, as teacher. The teachers of this place are Sulphur Blackberries! Wanted.. n. Persons Who Are Behind One YearNon pur Subscrip tion Books Fifty gallons of blackberries wanted at the Lindsey-WilsoHARVEY HELM. Be in town next Thursday and hear some of the State's prominent men oh J. A. SULLIVAN. education. . ) In the last month the crop conditions State of Kentucky Set. throughout Kentucky have greatly im County of Adair , proved. I Walker Bryant, Clerk of the Adair County Court, certify that the foreA. A. Miljer sold his gray saddle mare last Thursday to Brack Cam, for going names have been certified to me by the Secretary of State to be voted $175. for at the Primary Election on Aug., 3, Will1 have tovXome off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once 1912. The Government v. CAUSE AND REMEDY. 1912. Given under my han't this July 8, Walker Bryant Clerk. Harvey Helm. VX7i awsy MnI'liAWTffn ominnii r Hon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln couuty is a candidate for Congress, iu the .Springs. . Robert Williams and W. E. Sanders, Barnetts creek, j . ! Eight district, subject to the Demo? cratic primary to be held August 3, 912, Qscar Sinclair, Smiley. W. Sr Sinclair, Mt. Zion. S, Mr. Neat and son, Rob- J. B. Speed, a prominent, and ert, were here Friday taking , perhaps the wealthiest man in orders. Frank and Welby Mings re-- j Louisville, died last week. His turned from Illinois a few days body was cremated. C. I j xv Lorimer has been ousted from Joe Harden has started rt o The the United States Senate. other four years job earring the vote was 55 to 28. He went to mail from Pellyton to Knifley, the Senate from Illinois. he has also contracted to carry In defending Senator Lorimer, it from this place to Parson. nrpam nnn riiorpsr of nil flip nnwc Barbourvilje Fair September Mr. N. T, Jones and Wesley able and conservative editorials before the Senate, Senator Dillingham, of Vermont made a cut- Lemmon are doing a fine busi- - market reports, methods and re- suits from Government and State Bowling Green September ness m the huxter trade. ting attack on Col. Roosevelt. Experiment Stations, veterinary choice t Mr. G. N. Roberts has put in matters, People's J Forum, J ... Tompkinsville September Ml. j. j.' The movement upon tne par i. anu. continued stora stock of goods at this place, literature, snurt sermons, general ,vFo, T?0nw;no iCorW ies, Sanders September m;uAam that makes the third store for information, etc., with the exclusion' Monticello-Septemb- er i,. Tfr aU" matters of scandal and im- iPplIvrnn mn. :u. is i. i une irresiueuuy, Newport September iroin me raceiur yujiaiity, : tuuity 4.i. vieanesti. tne i Prof. Moss, Columbia, stayed Weekly Family Journal obtainable. Horse Cave September will amount to naught. s ac1 issue is alone worth the price lover Sunday with 'Mr J H Morgantown September 19 Speaker Clark has been to Sea- Sanders, at this place, en route ora year s suDscnption Solicitors for subscriptions make 21. girt and had a talk with Wood-ro- to Pulaski county. a handsome profit and increase the Lexington October good influence of 1 he Enquirer in Wilson. They discussed Mayfield October the uplift of morality and industry, Additional Locals. some legislation now pending in and forthe betterment and welfare of the community. For terms write Congress, and also Mr. Wilson's The Choice of A Husband to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. campaign for the Presidency. S. B. Walkup and his brother, two1 20-22. ago. Uncertainty of the immediate Kentucky Fair Dates, future is looked upon by many men of affairs, as a blockade to enterprise and business prosperity, and this blockade is now quite apparent Harrodsburg July throughout the channels of trade. 2. The Presidential Election; the efforts of Congress with no fixed Mt. SterlingJuly 2327. purpose; Organized Labor-a- s a new Georgetown July factor in politics; together with Berea Fair August other matters of greater or less import, represent at this time a Versailles August chaotic .conflict of separate interMt. Vernon August, !' ests, to harmonize which is now the problem before the country. Burkesville Fair August 13 All want Prosperity, Peace and 4 days. . Plenty. Read with care the Cin- Vanceburg August 7 cinnau inquirer, a journal mat prints all the news each day from Litchfield August every commercial center through Brodhead August out the world. A barometer of Lawrenceburg August causes and effects that points out, as a Beacon Light, the danger and Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 the safeguard therefrom. as weu Known, tne jjany nn-- 1 Hardinsburg August quirer is the largest in size and Columbia August highest priced paper in the United j Fulton August States, yet cheapest, measured "by ' London August quality and quantity. The Weekly Enquirer, with the Franklin August 30-August 30-August Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week The Daily 1--3. , 7-- 9. 7-9- V, - - - 14-1- 13-1- 6.. 14-1- 6. .- -- 20-2- 3. 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. Louisville And The 27-3- 0. 29-3- 1, i 4-- 6. i 4-- 7. Adair Coonty News ; " Dr.4- f' ! 1 4-- 7, non-sectari- an 4--7. i 3-- 6. The News one Year and. The Times from Now until the 30th of November j i -- 17-2- 1. 18-2- 1. i w For Only Two Dollars. The Price of The Daily Times is r$4.50 per Year. By subscribing with us at this ! v 9-1- 2.' . 9-1- 2. ( 1 colored men who left Adair county and located in Illinois twenty years ago, a oii Uaan loa,,aA f v have been prosperous. They are in the Mr.' Roosevelt's supporters for a reai estate business, and have accumu- national convention to be held in lated and have in their own rieht about twelve thousand dollars worth of Chicago, August o. A repre- - property. They also have in tneir sentative from all but eight possession, for other parties, fifteen I ! -- u, j Is too important a matter for a woman to be handicapped by weakness, bad blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill- hopes by taking Dr. Bing's Ljfe Pills. New strength, fine complection, pure breath, men-follow States signed a petition for the J0"33" l ! Id.ol, call. rea worth. now visiting his moth- is win sure, 25c Paull Drug Co. cheerful spirits things that their use. Easy, safe, .c time you get it nearly six months for 1.00. Send in your sub ... er in Adair cdunty. Dr Crossfield, of Lexington, filled the pulpit at the Cnristian church last Sunday forenoon and evening. He is .1 Charles D. Hillis has been chosen Chairman of Mr. Taft's Campaign Committee. James K. Reynolds, of Massachusetts, was selected Secretary. The full Committee will meet in New York July 19. Russell Spring Hotel 6 miles East of Columbia scriptiou for both pers at ouce. pa-- - an able minister, not altogether a stranger here, having assisted the pastor in a meeting in Columbia ten years ago. He was very kindly remembered, and large congregations heard him. I. I REPUBLICAN PARTY Now If Open for .Guests You will need a Daily Spring greatly improved 1 paper During tjhe Vote For One Only Mr. J. R. McFarland, brother of M For Congress j W. T. McFarland, this place, has been ' Senator Bradley is naming the appointed circuit court clerk of P.usseli . succeed Mr. N. b. Faiken- - J. W. DENSMORE post masters in the Eleventh S6 resigned. Mr. Mclarland burg, who district. Caleb Powers, it seems took charge of the office last Monday. State of Kentucky i. Set. has but little weight with the ' He is well qualified and is an excellent County of Adair ) gentleman. President. Last week he recI Walker Bryant, Clerk cf the Adair Read the notice-o- f the pike meeting County Court, certify that the forego ommended his brother, John, to t to be held at Russell Springs, published ing name has been certified to me by be post master at Middlesboro, in this paper. The people of Columbia the Secretary of State to he voted for and Adair county should become inter- at the Primary Election on Aug,, 3, but W. 'B. Turner was ested. The proposition will be to build 1912. . a pike from Jamestown to Columbia Given under my hand this July 8, via Russell Springs. 1912 Walker Bryant' Clerk. : .... Ice can be secured, Ice Cream and Lemonade served every Saturday afternoon and night. Presidential Contest Come and recuperate your health and have a pleasant time and rest. And The Louisville Times will keep vou Posted. The Adair County News and Weekly Cour- RaWs: $1.00 per day, $5.00 per week. I. M. Tuller, Proprietor. ier Journal, botlf one Year Each $1.50. Carriers Will fly This is an age of great discoveries. Progress rides on the air.1 Soon we may see Uncle Sam'a mail carriers flying in all directions, transporting mail. People take a wonderful interest in. a Mail discovery- doctor.s treatment and all other " Mr, A D. Patteson will please accept our thanks for three large, from the Eighth district, and tomatoes, the first to come, for renomination, pre- grown in hiB garden, Mr. Patteson,has candidate been using tomatoes on .his table for a sented his claims at eight differ- week, besides he has furnished several ent appointments in Adair coun- of his neighbors. ' Hon. Harvey Helm, the present representative in Congress i week. Farmers' were busy, but he had a respectable Austin Gilpin, of Sparksville, threshed out 110J bushels of wheat from five hearing at each speaking. acres of ground. " ty last If you are a housewife you cannot reasonably hope to be healthy or beaue tiful by washing dishes, sweeping 'and MtyMfcw "iu -fmm cm . .. ,;' r. V ,i lj doing housework' all day, and crawling fnr ktm Vflrtm. T mnnv tlWnmi f I? into bed tired at night. You must" get U relief, 'out Rot little help, till atlaetl fcmml out into the open air and" sunlight." IF ij it in the best pills or medicine I ever trio J f you do this very nay and keep, ,your stomach and, bowels in good 6r.der by taking Chamberlain's Tablets when needed, you should I ecome both.healthy C.E. Hatfield. Guyan, W. Va. and beautiful. For sale by Paull Drug CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL ilmmmimi t.,A. mih3t, remedies had failed." For'coughs, colds or any bronchial affeclionits unequaled. Price uOc and $1.00. Trial pottle free at Paull 'Drue Co. . iH ': ! that benefits thera Teat's DR, KINGS NewLifePills 26 ORl'GGISTS. Co. I why Dr. King's New Discovery, for wanted, oO boys to. sell noveltiestin, Coughs, Colds and other throat and Pairs, shows, ar hall pamei.B3.first,i lung diseases is the most popular medi- write toUkyl Send 10 ceW'for terms, cine in America. "It cured me of a postage ect. W. T. Hodgen, Box 232, dreadful cough," writes 'Mrs." J. P, Campbcllsville. Ky. Davis, Stickney Corner, Me., "after -- o. --.- -. r r I'7IJ vi . i IWi r IL tC" 1 T r r. 'M .s - V . ) THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f I F I were away from "home last week," the CommissionerVSale. LOUISVILLE MARKETS ,?: aueuuiug a mcui- cal meeting, tke, latter visiting in jrr ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT . Latest Quotations on Live Stock Mr. J. E. Gowdy, of Caihpbellsyille, Lebanon. OF KENTUCKY. was here Monday.. Mr. H C. Lee, pf Coburg, was in ) Mollie A. Chandler Plff. CATTLE town last Saturday. "He renewed his Mr. J. Q. Alexander, called to see Shipping" steer $7.007.50 subscription to the News and also the 'Elizabeth Johnson &c Dft. ) our merchants last week. Wonderful Sales Of Beef steers 5.506.50 copy going to his brother, J. M. Lee, By virtue of a judgment and order of Fat heifers and cows Mr. J. W. Coy, was on the sick list Fairfax, Mo, 4256.00 sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at Cuttere ; several days of last week. 3.0o4.00 2003.00 Mr. M. A. Traylor, of St. Louis,Mo., the May term, thereof, 1912, :in the Canners Mr. R. H. Durham, returned from who is connected with the Stockyard's above cause, I shall proceed to offer for Bulk l255.00 Elizabethtown Thursday. door in Colum- Feeders 4.255.75 National Bank, East St Louit, is in sale at the court-hous- e 3.755.50 Illinois, the county, visiting his mother and bia," Ky., to the highest bidder, at Pub- Stockers .Mrs. Nathan Waggener, bf lic Auction, on Monday the 5th day of Choice milch cows 35.00j45.00 other relatives. is visiting in Columbia. August, 1912, at one o'clock p. m., or Common to fair cows . . . 15.00-35.Mr. L. W. Staples, Depty postMiss Vella Scottow, of Frankfort, is thereabout (being County Court,) upon HOGS master, has about reeovered from a a credit of six months, the following viteiting Miss Alice Walker. spell of typhoid fever. He is now able 7.75 Two cer- Choice 210 up Mr. and Mrs. U. E, Stapp, Roy, call- to be in town. His many friends were described property, 7.65 tain tracts of land situated in Adair Mediums, 165 to 210. ed at the News office Friday. glad to see him out. 6.50 county, Ky., on the waters of Green Pigs Mr. W. P. Nunnelly, paid his regu7.00 River. The fir,st tract contains 136 Roughs Mr. C. H. Yates, of Gradyville, was lar visit to Columbia last Friday. in town last Monday for the first time acres and the second tract contains SHEEP AND LASIBS acres, being same land Mrs. A. D. Patteson and her two in twelve mouths. He is one of the 180 and '. Best lambs 5.00 6.00 children are visiting in Bourbon county. best citizens of the county and is a which was conveyed to Henry E. Culls 3.005.00 Chandler by J. E. Gray, by deed dated Mrs. Dick Jones, of Moody, Texas, substantial friend of The News. 3.00-4.Fatsheep November 20th, 1905, and of record in is visiting at the home of Mr. A. G. Mr. John H. Holladay was in Colum- Deed Book 18, page 585 of the Adair W GRAIN Todd. bia Thursday. He had just returned County Conrt Clerk's office, but a more '. n 105 RMr. T. M. Wilson, the from Frankfort where he had been to accurate description will be found in Wheat stock dealer, of Cave City, was here see his little daughter, who is being the judgment and papers of said action Corn. 80 treated in State Institute. He reports The said tracts will be offered sep" last week, Local Market. that she Is improving. arately, and then as a whole, .and the BirmingMrs. Lou W.Atkins left for bid or bids which bring the most money Mrs. Bettie W. Rutler will go to ham, Ala., Monday where she will visit Louisville this week to consult a specia- will be accepted. Eggs. 13 for a month. For the purchase price, the purchaslist. She will be accompanied by her Hens. 8 Mr. Guy Breeding and wife, of Texas sisters, Mrs. R. F. Paul I, and Mrs. er, with approved surety or securities, Chickens 14 are visiting in the vicinity of Cane Pricilla Dohonev. and her sister, Mrs. must execute Bond, bearing legal in- he dav of 8ale until Paid' Cocks ... 3 Valley. Ella Dixon, of Glasgow, will meet her terf ' an "avinS tne force and effect of a Judge T, A. Murrell, wife and little in Louisville Turkeys 6 judgment, rsiaaers win De preparea io daughter, returned fiom Texas last Geese 4 who has been at comply promptly with these terms.. Dr. I. Alpher, week. Ducks 7 j Grecnsburg for a week or two, came W. A. Coffey. Master Commissioner. Wool spring clipping 10 18 Miss Frances Garnett. has returned over last Thursday to see his Columhia A. j. C Hides (green) . . . 8 from a visit to Georgetown, Frankfort friends. He returned to Greensburg 42 Feathers An Entertaining Lecture. and Midway. and in a few days he will make a busiGinseng 00 ness trip to Western Kentucky. Beeswax Mrs Sam Lewis, Mr. Leo Baldauf, 25 Geo. W. Lowe, "Jo E. Flowers, Geo. The lecture on Ben Hur, illustrated, Yellow Root wife and baby, arrived from Elizabeth-tow- n 5 and Ray Montgomery, Fred Myres given by Rev. J.-Monday. Crawford, drew a May Appk-fpe- r lb) and Columbus Pickett, who were large audience, to the Presbyterian cal'lejij,, Mrs. Lawrence Pickett, who is em- members of the old Columbia Brass Sunday night. Ben Hur ployed at this office, was quite sick two Band, went to Russell . Springs last church last COMMIWfONER'S SALE. as all reading people know, is a story days of last week. Thursday and made the music for the of the Christ, and "4S vj r is a book perhaps I sale. Mr. J. A. Ritchey, of Burkesville, big lot ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF that has been read by more people han . KENTUCKY. Mrs. M. E. Marc'um, who has been any other one publication, saving the visited his daughter, Mrs, John Lee ' S ?'s afflicted with rheumatism for several Bible. Thestories of the three Wise J. D. Todd, Plaintiff, 1 last week.- - . Walker, t'' ' months, left for Martinsville, Ind., men from the East are of intense in- J. C. Browning Admr Mrs. Amanda Denney, mother of " ks K- - ' . Monday morning. She was met at terest and and the chariot race most & Others Deft., Mr. Silas Denney, has been very sick By virture of a Judgment and Order . by her daughter, Miss S. R. thrilling. The book, as every body Lebanon for the past week. Marcum, who accompanied her mother knows, was written by General Wal- of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render ed at the May Term, thereof, 1912, in Mr. Jo Sandusky and sister, Miss to Martinsville. lace, who, as a pen picturer, bad but the above cause, I shall proceed to ofNora, left Saturday to visit relatives Mr. J. D. Walker, Gradyville, who few equals. Rev. Crawford used much door in fer for sale at the Court-hous- e ' in Greenwood Ind. met with a strolce of paralysis. two of General Wallace's beautiful lan Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Mr. A. B. Gowdy and Mr. Parrott, weeks ago, improves slowly, but his guage in his lesture, and there was were here a few hours last Monday friends think he will eventually recover. scarcely a stir during the hour in which Public Auction, on Monday the 5th day of August 1912, at one o'clock P. M. or from Campbellsville. He is a fine citizen and the people it was delivered. thereabout (being County Court,) upon Judge J. C. Carter, was in Columbia generally are anxious to again see him a credit of six months the following de- -, Stock Owners Attention. Friday, en route from Liberty court to in the busy walks of life t: A certain scribed prjperty, his borne in Tompkinsville Mr. J. Mack Frazier, arrived from tract of land situated and being in Have your aged horses teeth examjn WoOClSOll J Some- - e(jf diseased teeth cauae blindness loss Adair County Kentucky on the waters ' -0 who has been I Somerset last Friday morning. Miss Mary Smith, time this week he will accompany his , of flesn weak eyes nccr09js 0f bone, of Russells Creek and bounded as folOhoope'e, Ga returned teaching in two daughters, laura ana abscesses nasal gleet and fistulalof the lows, Beginning at a stone corner toj ? j wile and home last Thursday. who have been visitiner here for Bettie. Henry Todds land thence S. G7- W. 86 ! i Mlltt lKA Mr. J. S TAnj3?M nr """"' """ ,t nearly a montn, to uanvme, tneir iuc- - , Uneven and enloneated molars nrev. poles to a stone in said Todds line I w t " spent several weeks III UlllVlll nminftt ture home, Mr. Frazier having already ent proper mastication of food produc-- . thence with same S. 44 E. 50 poles to C- JUllV2f , have returned home. secured and furnished the residence. ing colic, indigestion and general debili two down dogwoods corners to Matthew Leaches land thence with his line N. ty. Mr. and Mrs. John Sandu6ky and c' 49 E. 84 poles to poplar (now down) Sandusky visited C Examination f r ee Mr. and Mrs. Frank Commissioner's Sale. Leaches corner thence with his line S . Louisville the first of" this week. . ,L. H. Jones 43 J3. 100 poles to a black walnut thence Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Mrs. J. A. Young, Mrs. V. Sullivan ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Office at residence near Graded school, N, 47 E. 10 poles to a stone corner and little daughter, Cecil, were at the OF KENTUCKY. Columbia, Ky. thence N. 63 E. 120 poles to J. D. and Lebanon Chautauqua last week. Bank of Columbia, Plff., Henry Todds and McCa ffries corner a 34 vs Messrs R. F. Rowe, Oscar McBeath stone thence W. 80 i poles to theb i Thomas Pulliam, J. A and Walter Goff attended the lot sale Shuttleworth nothing Co-aginning containing about 80 acres. What the Club Says. at Russell Springs last Thursday. For the purchase price, the purchaser. Warren Neely Co Df ts. with approved surety or seurities. must GREENSBURG, KY. Frazier, who is visiting , By virtue of a judgment and order of Miss Laura excute Bond, bearing legal interest i days of last week j sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at here, spent several The Columbia baseball team is loud in the January term thereof, 1912, in the its praise of the very hospitable from the day of sale until paid and hav- - j with relatives who live out of town. above cause for the sum of $262 93 treatment it received at Lebanon dur- ing the force aud effect of a Judgment. Mrs. Easter Dohoney, of this place, with interest at the rate of six per ing the series of games played at the f Bidders will be prepared to comply who is nearly 95 years old, is improving cent., per annum from January 18th Chautauqua grounds. However,the promptly with these terms. from a hurt she sustained last winter. 1912, and $18.30 costs and $319.70 with manager states that there is no doubt W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. Paull and Mary Breed- six per cent., interest per annum from but the umpire robbed Columbia in the Misses Ruth A. Kj O. spent six weeks visiting in the 18th day of January, 1912, and S10liastgame the club engaged, the one ing, who Lincoln and Boyle counties, returned costs and $409 37 with interest at the atrainstSokinefield. Ta;v Mr. W. A. Coffey has been named by He further states are Bargain Days 1. home last Thursday. rate of six per cent per annum from that the fraud was so palpable that all President Taft to succeed Mr. J. N. Miss Bettie McCorkle, who visited the 18th day of January, 1912, and $10 who witnessed the game so expressed Coffey as postmaster at Columbia. Clearance Sales in every Department of our Eig Store zr the" relatives and friends at Greensburg, costs I shall proceed to offer for sale at themselves. Notwithstanding the The appointment has been sent to the the Court House Door in Columbia, members of the club are fully con- Senate and in our judgment will be conreturned to Columbia last week. order and price Concessions hold sway If m ne:d of Miss Annie Faulkner, who has been Ky., to the highest bidder at public vinced that they met foul play in the firmed, and the former will take charge making her home in Texas for several auction, on Monday August the 5th, game mentioned above, they came home of the office as soon as he qualifies. years, returned to Columbia last week. 1912, at one o'clock or thereabout (be- in fine spirits, and have no stones to Mr. Coffey is apolite, courteous gentleing the first day of County Court) upon throw at the players of other clubs nor man, and will take pleasure in waiting Mrs. W. F. Hancock, of Louisville, a credit of six months, the following the residents of Lebanon. upon the patrons of the office. When is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sallie described property, t: Two tracts Mr J. N. Coffey retires he will have Bradshaw, and other relatives in ColFor present or future use, it will pay you handsomely, to look of land lying in Adair County Ken-- 1 The members will please bear in mind the satisfaction of knowing that he has ' umbia. tucky on the watters of Rock Creek. that next Sunday is the last service of been faithfnl to duty and that his adover our large Assortment of special priced Merchandise. Mr. Fred Hill, who spent ten days in The first tract beginning at a beech the quarter for District Missions and ministration as postmaster here has Louisville and at other points in the and sugar tree corner to Robert Fletchbeen satisfactorily, to the government state, taking a much needed rest, re- er thence N 45 W 80 poles to a hick- kindly bring your contribution. This and to all parties who receive mail at will also be the regular time adopted turned home last week. & ory and beech thence S 45 W 106 by the church for making an offering to the Columbia office. Both gantfemen Mrs. Mary Lee Frazier, of Middles poles to a dogwood thence S 45 E 41 the Students' Aid Fund of the Southern were loyal supporters of Mr. Taft. Incorporated boro, will visit relatives and friends poles to a white oak and hickory thence Baptist Theological Seminary Let us here and will arrive this week. Every N 45 E 6 poles to a small hickory and make this as large as possible. Young 522 and 524 West Market St, Turnpike Meeting. body will be glad to see her. maple thence S 45 E 39 poles co a line men wno are aDie to pay xneir way Misses Alma and Margaret Lackey, in John Conleys line thence with same through school are not entering the A turnpike meeting of the citizens of --Store, Richmond. Ky.. are visiting Misses N 45 E 100 poles to the beginning, ministery as we could wish. It is thereAdair and Russell counties will be held Alice and Ella Walker. They were containing 52 acres. fore obligatory on us to aid those who a't Russell Springs, Kentucky, on Thurssahool mates at Georgetown. The second tract containing acres are worthy and unable to prepare day, July 25, at 8:00 P. M. The object Mr. A. A. Huddleston, Commo- and is bounded as follows: on the themselves for the great task to which of the meeting is to consider plans for nwealth's Attorney, was in Columbia North by the lands of H, C. Bardin, on the Lord has called them. constructing a turnpike (toll-roafrom During the summer months Mr. J. E. Lyon and Mr. T. B. Lyon, Thursday, en route to his home, Burkes- the East by the lands of E. G. McGin-ni- s, D. H. H. Jamestown to Columbia, by way of mothers of young children should watch the former of Carrollton, Mo., the laton the West by the lands of ville, from the Liberty court. Russell Springs. ter of Arizona, are thinking of buying Stone and on the South by the Jo Buck Jackman, a nine year old All who are interested are cordially for any unnatural looseness of the bow- a small farm and looating near ColumMr R. A Myers, canne over last els. "When given prompt attention at bia. They are both excellent week, and Monday morning he started, lands of E. G. McGinnis and known as son of Mr. W. A. Jackman, was kicked invited to attend. gentleon one of his knees by a mule at Coop" J. P. !Bicknell 1 with Mrs. Myres and Robt. Page-Myre- the Morrison Place this time serious trouble may be avoid- men, natives of Adair county, and out For the purchase price tne purchaser, er, Texas, July 4th. The kneewas so Robert Ingram for their home in Monticello, ed. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and people would be glad if they would with approved surety or securities, badly crushed that an operation was Lilburn Phelps J COMMITTEE.' Capt. George Nell is recuperating at1 Diarrhoear Remedy can always be de- again become citizens of their old home W. S. Knight innecessary with the hope of saying the the Griffin Springs. He is sitting un- -, must execute Bond'bearing lpgal pended upon. - For sale by Paull Drug county. he shade of a" large tree, terest from the day of sale until paid life of the boy, but he died soon "a'f ter der Mr., W. A, Helm caught the auto- Co. ami having the- force and effect f a the operatfon. TheTaftTer oT "the lad mobile feyr. and The Adair County Institute will drinking health "invegorating water. Xilef for be judgment. Bidders wiH'be prepared to formerly lived in Cplurribia. Ha "is a Campbellsvijle where oneMpnday ' deheld the first "week in September ; Vr wi)l be Wfc understand that Mr. R. G. Woods E Miss Mary Miller will graduate on comply with these terms promptly. of brother of Mrs John Eujbanki i. livered, tQ hira did very well with his lot sale at Rus- Coats,of Frankfort,wlllbeThfc0na: the 25th of this month from the Wesfci ' W. A: Coffey, Master Commissioner 6 -J ' 3 in. ors. i' em State Normal, Bowling Green." Adair Circuit Court. ThecommJn schools of Adair 'county sell Springs, last Thursday Our Judge T..A. MurrelL has purchased gives her a State certim his opinion, all the This graduation ap automobile 'arid irurif it from. L.ouis - ! opened Monday of last week. There formant sayB that lots offered were sold with possibly a Remember Educational Kally ficate. Day Heavy rains at Gradyville and Cane ville to Colrimbion bis recent' return are about one hundred white schools Thursday, July 18. few exceptions. and nine colored, as we are informed. from Texas. Dr. U. L Taylor and Mrs. Taylor Valley last Thursday after dark. Personal ," - if t - :n iormer in jjouisvuie, .- iaj: Buggies Surreys Runabouts, ' Buggies. 00 Woodson Lewis Greensburpentucky, Sells A Car Load Of Buggies Saturday. to-wi- t: 0 00 well-know- To-da- y. aturday June 22nd. fm Main Street Greensburo was Blocked for two' hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. , During the da' Town Marshall on'to clear the street. " . I ' What is the 'caus.e of these Phenomenal! Sales. h-- Quality, Styles and Easy Riding. I to-wi- , REMEMBER. I I -- "'"T. - . h . ,, -i itslt -- " Lewis the BlUV man the Mower and Binder man, she Gasoline Engine man, the Faiun '- Implement man. 2-- m WOOD SON LEWS nd J July and Au'gust -r- ! ! Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum to-wi- J 1 Hubbuch Bros., 4 Wellendorff J Louisville's Biggest Carpet d) Ma-ner- va s -- - ' -- - s THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS What's The Matter to know the is often cause of her child's ill nature. The loudness of its crying does not necessarily indicate the seriousness of its trouble. It may have nothing- more the matter with it than a headache or a of general dullness. It cannot, of tourse, describe its feelings, but as a preliminary measure you are safe in .trying a mild laxative. ' JCine times out of ten, you will find it 5s all the child needs, for its restlessness peevishness are perhaps due to oband struction of the bowels, and once that lias been remedied the headache, the sluggishness and the many other evidences of constipation and indigestion "will quickly disappear. T5ont give the little one salts, catharor nasty waters, for these will tic pills purgatives, act as and they are too strong for a child. In the families of feel-Hn- sr TIMELY HINTS FOR FARMERS j j Sv8XiXgCSXasXMsS ; With Your Baby? M. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. L. M. Boycc, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxative given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been found to answer most perfectly all the purposes of a laxative, and its very WEEKLY One, too The young mother and many an old Mrs. puzzled To Prevent Potatoes Sprouting. A Cerman publication gives a new method for keeninc ootatoes from sprouting, which consists in placing them on a layer of coke. Dr. Schiller r UL COURIER J -- JOURNAL ,!, PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful ccugh and very weak. J had spells when 1 could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cared by and freedom from griping recommend it especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generally people who need a gentle bowel Thousands of American stimulant. families have been enthusiastic about it more than a quarter of a century. for Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simoly addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Monticello, 111. Your namo and address on a postal card will do. mildness Jones & Stotts are the conThere were several from this tractors for the new store house place attended the Sunday school at this place. They informed Convention at Liberty on last your reporter that thev would Sunday. have it completed in 15 days. Mr. J. W. Voils who underLightening struck and killed went an operation in Louisville, two head of cattle for Air. Luth- some time ago has returned home er England last Wednesday. very much improved. A little daughter of Mr. and Quite a , crowd irom Rowena Mrs. John Henegar is quite sick and Jamestown, were at the at this writing. Kimble House Saturday night Rev. John Roach, of East Fork, and Sunday attending the Ice spent several days of last week cream supper given at the at this place. We are always Springs Hotel. Among the numglad to have Bro. Roach with us. ber were Misses Stella StephenBorn, to the wife of Cager son, Fan Dalton, Ruby ArmCoomer, on the 4th, a boy. strong. Hulda McFarland, Messrs. Mother and baby doing well. Vernon Holt, Curby Lester, Tom Mr, John Sandusky was at this Stephenson, Dr. McClendon. place one day iasfc week selling Mr. Loren Phelps and family j flour for Smith and Stephenson, visited their sister, Mrs. Lula pi Columbia, and as usual had a Winfrey Saturday night. fine trade. Messrs. Luther and Lehoard Tildon Wheeler is selling flour Wilson were in Columbia Saturhere for Richardson & Walker, at day night and attended the party $2.80 and $3.00 per hundred, and at Mr. Tupmans. They report is getting a fine trade. an excellent time. Mrs. Emma Bardin, of Bliss, Miss Bessie Dunbar, James- who has been in bad health for town, visited her cousin Mrs. some time is visiting her sister, Ermine Wilson Saturday night, Mrs. J. F. Gilpin, this week. and attended the ice cream sup-E- d Wheeler sold one cow to per at the Hotel. ' John Derm for $32.50 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray, Several from this place attend- - Sewellton, visited Mrs. Lee Meed the old folks meeting at Inde- - Kinley one day last week, penfence last Sunday. Mr. R. Ingram, Lenoard Wil- Corn is selling at 80 cents per son, Dr. A. A. Hatfield and bushel in our town, flour at 70 Ethel Hatfield, spent the 4th, at cents per sack, old wheat $1 per Lock 21 on Cumberland river, bushel, chickensl5- cents, eggs Mr. Lee Lawless and family 24 cents, meat and lard 13 cents. and Miss Nell Hayes, passed Dr. Will Taylor, of Morrow-- j through here last Sunday en bone, passed through this place, route to Liberty to visit Dr. and enroute for Columbia, last Fri- -' Mrs. Lester. ; day. Mr. Lilburn Phelps, attorney ' Dr. Simmons, of Grady ville, Jamestown, and Miss Roxy Falkenburg, spent last week in was here last Friday. Mr. John Cummins started Liberty. out last Monday with his thresh- - Misses Geneva and Rena ing machine... He reports wheat Stephens spent 'last Sunday in Jamestown. turning out very well. Mr. R. G. Woods, wife and Eli. baby arrived here Friday for a few weeks stay, Mr. Woods was The people are somewhat beformaly cashier at this place, and hind with their crops an account every one had a welcome for him of the recent rains. and Mrs. Woods. The farmers are now busy cutTo Prevent Fading. ting grass and getting vready for , j l , j : The Fourth is past and a wet day, the young folks report a The Ideal Horse Shoe. dull time at the picnic, and also The ideal shoe Is one which is light, The New telephone line from consistent with a month's wear. This will keep the foot level instead, as is this place to Columbia, has been at the Lock. the case with a heavy shoe and heels, completed, and is giving good of putting the greater pressure on the Russell Springs. toe. Very careful examination and calsatisfaction. culation have proved that if a four Sparksville. pound shoe is used, as is sometimes the case, on heavy horses, a horse in an ordinary day's work lifts fifty-tw- o tons on each foot, or 20S tons in all, more than is necessary. This, of course, involves a needless expenditure of muscular energy and more feed needed to keep the animal in proper condition, so that with a lighter shoo the owner would not only relieve the horse, but lessen his grain bill. American Cultivator. method, is of the opinion that the improved ventilation by means of coke Is not alone responsible for the result, but believes that it is due to the oxidation of the coke, which, however, is a very slow one. Coke always contains sulphur, and it is very possible that the minute quantities of oxides of carbon and sulphur which result from the oxidation, mixing with the air and penetrating among the potatoes, are sufficient greatly to retard sprouting. Potatoes so treated are said to keep in good condition until the following July. r iJlUU3ttll.il, inlin linn ))UU II. IS TJ,nill IJUUMSUUU rMi t11nKrfl IUL'4 HENRY WATTERSON, Editor National Newspaper, Democratic in politics.c-J- t prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY Is a COURIER-JOURN- AL DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS For if you will give'or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. 1: Special Attnetin to Eyes Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR EDv HUGHES RESIDENCE. ONBURKSVILLE STREET. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr l, $610 $2,00 Joseph C H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Selection of the Rem. Selection of a sire is of the greatest importance in the breeding of a profitable sheep flock. Hero is where we look fpr the improvement of our flock, and therefore the greatest care rests on the selection. W. A. McKerrow. The Guinea Hen. Guineas are prolific egg producers and do not require a great deal of attention when kept on thjefarm. They like liberty and do not bear conlTne-mewell. For best results guineas should have plenty of range. Z Sunday Courier-Journa- Yr Will practice in this and adjoining counties. We can give you a combination cut Jamstown, -- : Kentucky, rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. ii(SCSi &&&S&&&(2i Why nt 'mmwmmm m wmmw i" - WHENJHE SOIL ; .. REQUIRES LIME, Best Determined Attention! The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. Need by a Few Experiments. There is only one sure way of determining whether a soil needs lime, and that is by trial. An application of lime over a whole field would be a waste of both time and money if the field were not in need of such an application. It is suggested that the farmer who has not already proved for himself whether his soils need lime would better conduct a few simple experiments at different points on his farm. A few barrels of lime or a few tons of limestone would not cost a great deal, and the labor of treatinc a strip with lime or ground limestone here and there across different fields in which crops were to be grown or so treat a small area here and there at different points in the fields in which crops hare to be grown would involve but a small amount of labor. These areas should be very carefully locat- ed and marked, and the results of the applications should be carefully studied on the succeeding crops. It is possible that Hip offects. good or bad, may be easily apparent. It is possible that theefrects ran be discovered only by carefully cutting and weighing the crops from portions of the treated areas iid comparing them with the crops produced upon equal adjacent areas. Lime should not be applied to ma- uure piles nor to the litter "in the barn. Lime should not be applied to land being prepared for potatoes. Michigan Experiment Station. line Courier z This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to The News, Columbia, Ky. vs. W ii is iiiir iiVMI BIVS fH; HENRY WATTERSON Editor. We Can Furnish You iiHHinnHBK m mmmmmwmm I J U. G. HARDWICS, Pres. J. H. C0CKF, V. Prei. R.H. DIETZMAN.'Sec j i I The Adair County News and the - I , W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 , ! ; ' i . I ivumiWSigHJS 1301 N. DEALERS IN ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. j i INCORPORATED 1889 mflCHifliSTs Weekly Courier-Journal I j GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlRTeeNTft-MftlLOUISVILLe Both One Year For $1.50 j SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work , 111 off It's a sign something is wrong with Keep it clean and free their uouse. from mites and they will be satisfied with It. 5kMm1 AMRrfSEv-SBBetter get that pure bred cock for i Com- Write Courier-Journ- al JOBBINQVVORK SOLICITED! next year's use soon. It will cost more V next snrinjr. Jpany, Louisville, Ky., for Repaired The feet are a pretty good guide to All Kinds of age of fowl. Spurs belong to old birds free sample copy of .edition usually. . Don't keep birds with scaly ' the thresher. legs or those that have been sick dur- you desire, but be sure to The fading of colored articles Ing the season. If they are well now The health of this community Boil the sugar and molasses MmDle Nut Candy Recipe. get rid of them, for they are not likely aslsend your subscription Order is due of ten' noc to the washing, lo be more profitable in the future. is very good at present. for molasses candy until nearly j but to the ironing. Irons that Unless we give the hen good care NOT to Mr. Herschel Dunbar our for-- are t00 hot are used directly on now we cannot expect her to have any done, then add the butter and j to this cupfuls of J one-ha- lf One and mer merchant closed his store j the material, and this will more regard for our grocery bill next winter. Doning untn it oecomes Courier Journal Her new winter suit costs something New Orleans molasses, three- - continue in the stave business, j quickly fade delicate colors than as well as our own. and. dke others and is now brittle when a little of it is tried any amount of washing. Be of her sex. she cannot disport herself j fojirths cupf ul of granulated in cold water. he reports a good businers, we Add the figs, creditably unless well dressed, r cupful of sugar, three-fourtsure that the, article .evenl7 ; wish him much success. which have been scraped and If you are a housewife you cannot pound of figs, t aampenea and mat tne iron is reasonably hope butter, one-ha- lf Dairy Cow. Th chopped fine, and the soda; also tiful by washing to be healthy or beauMessrs. Estus Mitchell and ' only hot enough to smooth the The dairy cow Is a necessity if jrou ' dishes, sweeping and cupful 0f pecan nut meats, up your and re- - u"c add the nuts, which should be doing housework all day, and crawling Avolee Popplewell visited their wrinkles properly by firm, even expect to build expenses. farm contrib- - one cupful Of Shell-bar- k nut She duce the home tired at night. You must get carefully selected. Wheu well mto-benear Jabez last Sunday, pressure, and you will have no Dtes the best arUcles of food the cheap- friends three-fourtout into- the open.air and sunlight. If one and xeiuu- they say the Sunday schoool more trouble from fading. est ana anoras graus me oest the beef ; pnnfnls of Brazil nut meats, one mixed pour' into a buttered your do this very day and keep your Unlike Skirts should never be ironed Ing material known. does not have to ., , steer, the dairy cow there is good. , a.i "cii:,i. breadpan of medium size. When stomach and bowels in good order by across the gores, but up and be slaughtered to produce food, but soj anu taking Chamherlain's Tablets when m uutxmo uj. uu6iwi Sunday school at Coffey's Sown, otherwise the fit of the iqng as she is properly cared for she , wainut meats, a pinch of baking .cool cut' around the edge and needed, you should become both healthy . The and beautiful.. For sale by Paull Drug? turn out. Divide into slices.. Chapel is success. garment will be ruined. SOCta. , Co. and fertilizer. ! : If the hens take to the trees at night Poultry Points. SferI We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. Machinery ' PPer the : ! J3 hs hs - oi-w- ui .'."v.,r i ., . . r u, i1 . s "i " . . T Zion. i ADA1E COUNTY NEWS The whea't and oats of this community have about all been cut and the result is very satisRead what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of factory. Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much godtt Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had Quite a painful accident hapto surfer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was pened last Friday evening. While so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a coming home from a social gathbottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had ering MarkHolladay's horse sliptaken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." ped, falling on his foot, causing a very bad hurt, but at this writing he is getting along nicely. Misses Estelle Willis and Nell Tupman have arrived from Ga., where they have been engaged Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large in teaching. Both ladies are exnumber of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, cellent teachers, and we are glad which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to to have them with us again. relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, Miss Allye Garnett visited Miss the signs of weak nerves and over-wor-k. Willard Huffaker last Saturday For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. and Sunday, also attended the You will never regret i for it will certainly help you. Ask your druggist about it He knows. He sells it lawn party given by Miss MinWrite to: Ladies Advisory Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co . Chattanooeo. Tenn., nie Kate Tupman book. " Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 59 for Bpczlat Instnxctlons, and Misses Mabel and Irene Mur-rel- l, of Craycraft, visited relatives at this place last Saturday and Sunday. Insect Bite Costs Leg Office 'Phone 40--S ReB. 'Phone 29. A Boston man lost his leg from the A social was given at the home fcite of an insect two years bafore. To of Mr. John Jones last Friday Dr. James Triplet! avert such calamities from stings and evening. A large crowd was bites of insects use Bucklin's Arnica Salve promptly to kill the poison and Dentist. present and all reported a nice prevent inflammation, swelling and time. pain. Heals burns, boils, ulcers, piles, JEFFRIES BLOCK We hope to have one of the eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 2o cents at COLUMBIA KENTUCK) best county schools in this counPaull Drug Co. ty, with Miss Bessie Epperson, a fine and experienced teacher to help in the work, I say help because a teacher alone can not make a success without the help and good will of the patrons. 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD We hope all the children will be We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long to attend part of this term as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights forced anyway as the law requires.. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. If the work does not meet the 58 INCH parents approval they should 50IHCH think before finding fault with the teacher, as every one has 34INCH I J I Jfflf different ideas of subjects, but JWKCH visit the school and see what, and how things are done as it is the duty of every parent of the district, and the teacher will de. v??evf nn. TT'KH'g" w mmxv3J2rBaTGVzfTpjht M&39 ' rfV1lV '".HCirHT1 TuiruihC iij light in the interest that is being i taken, then we will have one of Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. best schools as that is what we want and need. Young Women TAKE The WoirransTonfc neatly kept in order so as to fce as attractive as possible to young THIRTY-FIV- E YEARS A SUNDAY PeoPle f the community. Brother Breeding was always SCHOOL SUPERINDENT. We are indebted to Dr. Gross actively interested in . the poor Alexander, our Book Editor and and sick of the neighborhood and Editor of the Methodist Review community and administered to for the following valuable sketch their wants with his personal of Brother Breeding and his care and his means. But above every thing else he was interestwork: A few years ago I had the ed in and devoted to the Sunday 1913 FOR privilege of spending a few days School even to the very last. in the home of an exceptional During his last illness and when BRIGHTER, BETTER, man and an exceptional family. he was very low, he wanted to Their home was located in the he taken to the Sunday School BIGGER THAN EVER lap of a groupe of heaven-kissin- g once more because he had someTHE REGULAR PRICE OF schools in a picturesque part of thing he wanted to say to the Kentucky. The name of the .children before leaving them man was Breeding, and the name forever. He always called them THE LOUISVILLE TIMES of the town was Breeding, 'o his jewels. His children are all R. P. Breeding. THE i LOUISVILLE TIMES, IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDEk YOU WILL SEND . TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE FOR ONLY R. P. Breeding. $4.50. W7WJ ff ll j ...- -- k -' -- WiA"tl -- , DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Sallie Walker, of Columbia, who spent several weeks House Party. the grandfather. I found that it active Christians and member's Of was as nearly an ideal commu-- 1 the church. His life is a good nity with as nearly ideal condi- - example of what a faithful, con-tioas I ever saw in the world, secrated, consistent layman can The home of Brother Breeding ' be, and of the good he can do. was as good a home as if it had Would to God that we had thou-bee- n made to order. And the sands of such laymen in the community was very much like Southern Methodist Church as the home. The good man who Brother R. P Breedinor. was the head of the home and, Brother Breeding was the fa- ' who gave tone to the whole town ther of Mrs. Lula B. Shepard, and community has recently cf Nashville, the widow of my died(March 4) at the age of old boyhood friend, Dr. J. R. eighty-on- e years. He was a de- - Shepard. formerly of Scottsville, voted worker in the Sunday Ky., The birthplace of us both.. School of his church and was for May the memory of the beauti-- j thirty-fiv- e years its superintend- - ful life of Brother Breeding be a ent. He saw that the building blessing to every member of his was always comfortable and , extensive family. ns THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Ha3 the best corps of corres- pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest mar fcets reports - DEMCRATIC in politics, but fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCR1P- -, Nell. 1 ) Mr. and D. W. Kinnaird and here visiting relatives returned wife visited their daughter, Mrs. to her home Tuesday. Virgie Kinnaird, at Sulphur Well Mr. Oris Hamilton, of Columlast Saturday night and Sunday bia, passed through here one day Mary Breeding and last week en route for his home Mrs. daughter, Icy Shives, of Curtis, Ked Lick. spent a few days at Red Lick Some from this place are going last week visiting relatives. to Edmonton on the 4th. Mrs. Clara Pulliam is spending Messrs. R. H. Walker aad son, with relatives at Ed- Leonard, R. C. Pulliam and Edd some time monton. Lee Hamilton, Will Walker, inBro. Lyon preached a very R. H. Kinnaird and Luther Bell teresting sermon at this place on attended the sale at Columbia of i the the third Sunday afternoon, late S. R. Walker last Mr. Edd Jeffries and sister, Monday. What Makes A Woman? Thursday. The latter One hundred and twenty pounds, at Red Lick was on her way to New Mexico. more or less, of bone and muscle non't .make a woman. Its a gcod foundation. Mr. R. H. Walker was at the Put into it health and strength and she bedside of his sick brother, Mr. may rule a kingdom. But that's just what Electric Bitters give her. ThousJ. D. Walker, at Gradyville Sat- ands bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for dispelling urday. Dirio. The house party given by Stella Stephenson, at her home in Eldridge Stotts is very sick Rowena, Ky., last week, was enwith fever at this writing. joyed by all who were present. ' Willie Bennett and Ernest Those who attended were MissSunday for Jef- es Fanny e Dal ton, Ruby Arm Stotts left- last :n,li i strong, of Albany, Ky, Tj ij iiersunvme, Jina., wnere tney xlUiaa , will work in the car shons ucf anana, Matcye Kowe, .rruda Jake Wooten and sons Sparks- Rowe, Kate and Elma Stephen- ! ,-n- and will take a rest for a year or i TION RIGHT WY 30. coat of paint on his house which enter my protest against such adds greatly to the appearence tactics, and thus request all as pirants to hold their personal a- sof the building. mrauons in sumecuon to cue in : .Top Pnlcfrm ia araninrr o mn1 tprpsts of tnA narfcv- . . "v j. viuvuu J l vlbl.l.lj a. uiuu ern residence and when it is com- KentucKy Fair Dales, plefced .fc wm be Qf fa ami; iviesbra. uscar mcoeacn, as well as the most convenient fisnin- of Danville, Ky., Vernon Holt, dwelling houses in tnat corn- - Harrodsburg July As Eldridge Stotts has beer Sam Humble and Lawrence Sul- Jones is doing 2. hvan, of Jamestown, Ben Rowe, unaoie to work: nis crop on ac the carpenter work. Mt. Sterling-J- uly James Guthrie, Dr. T. P. Ste- - count of sickness several of the Georgetown July of' neighbors met there last Wed-- ! ! am very much surprised at phenson, Dr. G. S. Dunbar, August , , J. W. Harvey has put a fresh the Damocratic party, desire to ,.... , tj ' ' , r-- J I j 30-Augu- st ! 23-2- 7. j 30-Aug- ust Miss Mollie, of Columbia, were Rowena, Dr. K. S. Lester, of nesnay and plowed out his crop. Just as soon as the ground is dry Kendall. hnar- - enough they will go in again and Thev had eniovahl tin " ' ing, fishing, driving, especially choP out and hoe his corn w fchp. t.rin to .Tampstnwn. nn Rntnr-' The singing at Big Creek church was well attended Sunday and all seemed to enjoy the day. believe that the present tactics will not only weaken the strength of the nominee for Con- gress in this District, let him be at who he may, but will also send Buy it now. Chamberlain's Colic, joyed the day. recruits to the Republican camp Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is al- Fairs, shows, and ball games.Be first, Mrs. Amanda Kinnaird is most certain to be needed before the write the Presideutial election. Send 10 cents for terms, Bennett, the retiring carr'er, has in daughter, Mrs. Dora summer is over. Buy it now and be postage ect. visiting her been engaged in this line of busi- - And so I, as a Democrat who , prepared tor such an emergency. For W. T. Hodgen, Jfenzie, at Columbia. sale by Paull Drug Co. ' Campbellsville, Ky. ness for the past fifteen .years looks to the ultimate success of rt J ' to-da- y. Mrs. Mary Bell is on an exPlaying poker in ones own tended visit to her daughter, home, according to a New York Mrs. Leo Taylor. Several of the young folks at- jurist, is not a crime, Nevertended singing and children day theless, ones wife is likely to Breeding Sunday and all en- think so if the home team loses. weakness, nervoushess, backache and tired, listless, worn out feeling," Electric Bitters have done a world o good," writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla., "and 1 thank you, with all my heart, for making such a good medicine." Only 50c, Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. day, where a beautiful lunch was awaiting them at the Holt Hotel at noon. Then in the afternoon the party drove to Russell Springs, stopped at the Kimble Hotel, but attended the ice cream supper at the Russell Springs in the evening. On Sun- -' day afternoon they returned to and on Monday they went to Rowena. Then all went to tneir amerent nomes, Hinnpr rr.nln not-- , havp hppn py. feeling that they had had one of celled. the most enjoyable times of their Mose Wooten is now the mail lives. carrier on this route. Mose says that it is the first job he ever 50 boys to sell novelties in, had that he really liked. WANTED, Z. T. j ( i I I the recent developements in the race for the democratic nomina tion in the Eisht Congressional a i. tmj ;j Anoi iec me sav ngnt.4 uiainct. School will ODen at Ind- here that if the Dirigo man, ependence next Monday with F. shouId ever have Plitical asPira tions and cannot secure a nomi- E. Webb as teacher. nation on his own merits he will Garnett Polston, of the Green- . never attempt to force himself briar neighborhood, has been upon the party on the demerits confined to his room for the past of his good Democratic op- -i ten days with fever, ponents. For when a nomina- Several hundred people attend-Hot- tion is made the Republicans will ed the old folks meeting at the say enough without some am- -' new Uuion church here last bitious Democrat furnishing the day. The preaching was good, ammunition! I am sorry that singing was good and the any Democrat wiII g0 so far arJ the ' . Berea Fair Versailles August Mt. Vernon August Burkesville Fair August 12 1-- 3. 7-- 9. 7-- 9. days. - ; j j j j i el Sun-Jamestow- n, , Vanceburg August Litchfield August Brodhead August Lawrenceburg August Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 Hardinsburg August Columbia August Fulton August London August Franklin August Barbourville Fair September 14-17. 13-1- 6. 14-1- 6. 20-2- 3i 20-2- 2. 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. 27-3- 0. 29-3- 1. 4-- 6. Bowling Green-Septe- mber 4-- 7. Tompkinsville September Sanders September Monticello September ' Newport September Horse Cave September Morgantown September 4-- 7. 3-- 6. 17-2- 1. 18-21. 4-- 7, 19-2- 1. Box-232- Lexington Mayfield Jt October 812 October 9-- W t - 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . J. M. especially do they need , the pure work on earth was ended, your Wolford is contemplating making country air and . good food for mansion in heaven complete, and the summer months. Won't you now you sit as one of the . most ' Luther Willis bought a nice the race for Sheriff. bunch of cattle last week in the The old farmers of this section take an interest in these children precious jewels of that bright Keltner community. report that A. C. Wheeler has and allow us to place one of them and happy land.. God blessed in 3rour home on tial at least? you on earth, He will bless you Mrs. Jessie Breeding has been the best crop of spring oats they It is very hard to have these there where soon we shall meet in a critical condition for the have seen for twenty years. children cramped up in an insti you to part no more. past week or so. School has commenced at this tution during the summer We ioved thee dearest darling, The growing crop of tobacco is place, under the management of No tongue can tell n ; Gradyville. It is reported that M r. Sandusky & Co. Wholesale and Retail ! LUMBER AH Mr. Barger. looking a little bad in this We trust our appeal will result tion, on account of the continued It is reported that Mrs. W. E. in a large number of applications wet weather. Bryant and children are going to coming in for the little babies, J. F. Pendleton shipped a car- move to this place, so she can as well as the boys and girls load of cattle to the Louisville send her children to school. from 2 to 8 years of age. market, last week. visited her Thanking you in advance, I Mrs. John Arnold sec- months. Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, .Sash, Doors and Blinds How much we loved thee, And how well. God loved the too, and thought it best, To take the home with him to rest. We miss you dear sister, to see the vacant chair, We miss you, yes we miss you, We miss you every where. A bister. t, Oh! vuiuniuia, rveniuuivy. r f- - Mr. J. L. Moore, of the Weed son, Mr. J. W. Arnold, near remain, Incorporated community, spent a few days Cane Valley, last Sunday. Yours very respectfully Owensby. of last week with the family of Geo. Sehon, Obituary. State Supt. Mr. James Keen. The health of this community is very good at this writing-Mr- . W. L. Fletcher and wife visIn Memoriam. Berry McKinley was born Febited relatives in the community Lee A. Lawless wife and April of Columbia a few days of last ruary 12, 1843, and died two children, and Miss Nellie Windows, Doors, of heart 21, 1912. He died On the morning of May 15, Haynes, of this place, visited week. Blinds, Columns, Mrs. Mollie Nell and daughter, trouble, while sitting in his easy 1912, the spirit of Lela Blair, the relatives at Liberty Casey county Brackets, of Somerset, visited relatives chair. He was twice married. beloved wife of Melvin E. Blair, last .week, returning to Pelly ton and friends in our city, several First, to Miss Carrie Elizabeth took its flight to God who gave to visit Miss Haynes' sister, Mrs. Mouldings, Price, May 7, 1878. He had two it. John Coffey. days of last week. Stair Work. by his first marriage, She was the daughter of Mr. Sunday school at this place is Sparks has his new children Charlie Ask Mesdames. Ollie Stone and Onen and Mrs. Stephen Wilkinson. progressing nicely with good atblacksmith shop about completed. F. McKinley. He was married Besides a father and mother she tendance. For Guy Nell will leave the first of the second time to Leona Mead leaves one sister and one brother Our The Trustees of Educational August for the State of Texas, ows, daughter of Andrew and who deeply suffer the loss, also a Division No. 2 met at Uuion wKere he expects to make is fuComplete Mary Meadows, December the loving husband and three girls, Chapel June 29th, and employed ture home. 27th, 1900. He was good and who are almost heartbroken. iH3L Hon. Harvey Helm spoke to a kind to every body, and had no Home is so lonely for them now. the following teachers: Esto J. Leslie Hale. fairly good audience here last enemies. He leaves a wife, one She was kind and good, and al Wednesday. Every one seemed son and grandaughter Elizabeth ways took so much interest in Denmark Etl Helm. to be favorably impressed with Stone. He was a kind husband, her children. May they ever Wooldridge Lawrence Sulour Congressman., a devoted father and a good remember the good advice she livan. The wheat that has been neighbor, and we miss him. He gave them, and try to live in a Sulphur Springs Miss Ethel threshed in this community is was a devoted mason and was way to meet her in heaven. Bunch. turning out remarkably well. loved by the brotherhood. He Oh, how sad it is to think we Moore 0. D. Smith. by that fraternity. can never see or be with her in was buried Coffey Miss Eliza Vaughn. Webbs X Roads. The funeral was preached by this world again, but we can live f Creelsboro T. S. Helm. The farmers of this- - place are Rev. D. T. Tarter, and he was to meet her in heaven, where Manntoon Ben Howe. disheartened because of so much laid away in Bethlehem ceme- there will be no more sad partBlankenship Lou V. Miller. rain. Some corn has not been tery, to await the resurrection ing, no more pain nor sorrow. Cherry Grove Irene Haynes. plowed, and some has not been morning, when we hope to see Where all will be peace and glad- planted. Wheat has turned out mm come iortn roDea in white ness forever. We know if she Roc kh ou s e Bottom Herlan and crowned with glory. could only speak, she would say; Dalton. very well. The morning before he died "Don't grieve, for I am at rest." Jackman Bottom D ollie job; one that will resist weather Save Money and do a Mrs. Webb is much better of and wear. You can easily apply his dear wife said to him, don't But how can we help it? I Wells. rheumatism, since learning that you want to get ready and be would gladly call her back if I Liberty E. M. Montgomery. all her children will be at home "PEE-GE- E" baptized with Owen, his dear had power to do so. I feel safe Chapel Welby Powell. this summer. Lawrence Webb " The Kind That Lasts " boy, who had just been convert- in savine: it all Christians would and his wife will be here soon. paint produces The following teachers were and your carriage will look bright and new. Mesdames Beatrice Pryre and ed, and joined the Methodist live like she did, they would not also employed for Fducational a beautiful, lasting finish. It is made of a good, durable coach varnish on that will stand wear into which the pigments or colors ar Laura Thomas- are ooming later. church at Bethlehem, and was fear death. Sister has said Division No. I: thoroughly ground, and it is mixed ready to apply. Paint theentir-carriato be baptized in a ' f ew days. many times that she wasn't with it, the running gear one color, the body another. There Miss Nannie Weir left here last are ten beautiful shades to select from. Get color card from dealer. Jamestown Lee A. Lawless j He' said he was ttrying to det afraid to die. Manufactured by week to visit her brother, Claude and J. L. Story. ' CO.. Inc.. LOUISVILLE, KY. r ready, although he was very fee-- j She was kind hearted, loving in Illinois. All former Kentuck-ian- s Beech Grove Mattie Rowe ble at that time, and died sud-- I arid affectionate in disposition, FOR 5AUE BY called to see her as soon as and Ovalene Humble. denly. ''But none of us know the lightening the burdens of those she reached her brother's. dealings of God with his precious around her. She leaves a place Ucum I. L. Story. Miss Macie M. Duffy is spend souls. We hope to meet him in vacant in the home, which never Rowena Hulda McFarland. higher vacation at the home of that land where the parting nev J. L. Wilson, Greensburg, Ky., J. H. Womack, can be filled. She was ever the Leueridge mr. ana Mrs. weir, inis is tne er comes. Russell Springs, Ky., Simcoe Dockery, Jamestown, But Oh, how his comfort of the family, and was Smiths Bottom Jessie Weir. Ky. third summer for her here and loved ones miss him. The head loved by all who knew her, for we are always glad to have her. Ken- and stay is gone away, and they she had a sweet smile with Horse Shoe Bottom ' nett. Joe PottS, who has just re-- ; ar lpf t alnne. Tfee fntW dear mfcU f OQf oil A resolution of respect in the family of the departed brothafc. , turned from Nebraska, bought who was so near has fled away Truly it could be said of her; Cave Springs Josh Chumley. memory of Brother N. R. Mc- - er and also a copy, to the Adair Co., News for publication. Ethol Webb's farm and will re- and gone. On that beautiful: ".To know her was to love her." Punchen Camp Elias Dun- Queary. Whereas, in obedience ( L. S. Wilson Committee j L. C. McKinley move here this fall. to the call of nature, our beloved Sunday morning when all was Her friends could not be num-pur- bar. ( J. C. Popplewell. bright and fair, and when we all bered. Her life was so Greasy Creek Martha Beck brother, N. It. McQueary has Knifley. least expected it, God reached kind, and loving, and as a Pleasant Hill Harmon answered the roll, passed over the l'iver and now sleeps under down and clipped the' brittle daughter, mother and sister she Concord Tobias Huffaker. The health of this section is thread of life, and he went was so sympathetic, tender and the shade of the tree, where we Welfare L. E. Burnard. very good at this time. a Pair will all be called to rest sooner away to come back no more. affectionate. As a Christian she Ono-r-H. Hopper. or later, for no mortal can stay It rains here continually, and .How they miss the foot falls, and was true, faithful and obedient, There's only one sheer, guarancondi- that dear familiar voice th3t Oh God, can it be that my sweet nor teed s2k lisle hosiery selling for 25 c and crop3 are in a fearful the hand thue Surprise Birthday Dinner. only one that's not heavy and pendfilu4"o! life and death. tion some corn not plowed the they loved to hear is silent to! and gentle sister is gone forever? hot; that's fit for summer wear. It's Wednesday June.the 5th, was And Whereas; we feel deeply the first time. counsel them no more. We hope No more will her loving voice be Buster Brown's Corbin & Son have finished some sweet day they will be one heard, yet in memory we ever the birthday of M. T. Thomas, loss qui Lodge has sustained in one of the oldest and most re- the death of beloved brother and wheat threshing in this section. united family in heaven. hear her gently calling. spected citizens of this vicinity. member. Mrs. D. T. Tarter, Farmers are well pleased with She lived for others, speaking Guaranteed Hosiery Jamestown, Ky. the yield, also with the work comforting words to the sorrow At temo'clock friends began to Therefore, be it resolved, that , oorhf in.' th rmmhpr in nil hpino"'; Viia rlaat-V- nnr T.nHo-- - hn? lncsr -a .i . . ..i For Men, Women and Children done by the men- and machine, . " .iuuia ing ana sympatnizing witn. tne: forfcy-twThere was a large faithful member and a true They are now headed for ColumChildren's Home iociety. suffering. We weep not as those 4 Pair $1.00 25c ' jdinner sPread and enjoyed by all. Fellow and his family a loving bia neighborhood. hope, for' though a Pair . C A.11UW c. U WOO fl KIOUU OUIUIIOC IU UV.IC nUSDallU dllU. nUn nnn Q,mi. nnma fn licnrrr.;, Mrs. W. E. Bryant and Mr. jri We have over 60 children un- niir i,aii iicvci L.U1HC lu VU aniu.' im l It really is sheer, thin and cool. i .. :i:- -i " t. j j? ihb is lamuiaiiy taueu vor,aS 01 COTlSOiatlon amount CO David Hardin made a trip to Ca-- der 8 years of age; we have 10 we can go to her. Our loss Has heavy 2, 3 and reini gain. She will ever and. showed the appreciation of but! little when the heaijt is sore- sey county last weeK, xo visit boy babies, 8 months and young- her eternal forced wearing parts woven into friends and neighbrs. ,1 grieved over the death of a his m sckjrelatiyes..2, the r . thov gauzy jjisle body. Finished er, splendid little fellows, any be waiting and watching " " -LI. was an enjoyaDie occasion loyed one, but weextend pur- Iwifh jQustre resembling pure sUL pome, andwelnomei m T w- , swMrsf Jf R:r Bear-d.ft& ville,i js :orie'df whom you might expect flpar nnfis t.n .r. "" ir,VnnoftOil0g't0 De remembered by who heartfelt sympathy to his family Has, French garter tops, spendingtfew: ' tlays with Jher someday to be President of the them home where li is peace were'present. heel and "German Loop" and commend them to Him" who United States, and we have the and rest. We miss you dearest at Jiistfairm. the ' destinies of man- I Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. k I i I i I WHOLESALE Catalog. , . Faint Your Own Carriage first-cla- ss CARRIAGE PAINT "Pee-Gee- I " - ge ! k PEASLEE-GAULBER- T Paull Drue; Co. j i -- l,, ! e, i Dollar Thinness I ; j 25c W. ! j . ff , ! ! j "DarklesS" I j - j ' I i P -- &- o- Odd-whohave- no j , r iij AcH-UC- l L- , if 4-p- ly t i J . m & . . - f -- - 1 !'- -' - . m high-splic- ed i . lisJ?and P'rHea1, July 'the 331912, Mrs: sweetest andprettiest lotyof boys iaHd girls fromp2'ta' 8 years of LmnWE. Beard, Ptfife' of J. Beard. The interment was at ag'fo be fotfh'd anywhere. ,the Roley cemetery: These children need homes; darling. controls Stricken, iind tort-- Russell Springs? Lodge" No.):i80,l kind. ;. i rui -- "! - . & proKen,. we,, srf. ().A0.- F?t tig& uaa loinwR hpsfc andiHeiniHiflmercv. firwivcr .3. .., -. v M..... are-ieit- . - - x. itiyy r-.-..- -. resolved, that these resoluti6ns be spread upon Be er VImW ! ;;1V4 Absolutely seamless aad orsre taatgfjpd. " J, toe. col- - '.has-calle- you forth, ;for your RtieHSpfingsrKy.Jiily 6, 1912. the minutes of this' Lodge,and that a copy thereof be sent to k Russell & Co. CxA mhi sk!lvf ..ii "1 1 ..-- l3 H.