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"Slumber Party Miss Frances Garnett entertained a Adair's Vote in Primary., that brass knucks were used upon his head. He is now lying in a serious condition at his home. Like all difficulties, there are two sides as to who is at fault, and the real facts will not come out until an examining trial has been held. Karnes, who it is said fired the shot, gave himself up Saturday and gave bond in the sum of $500. for his appearance at trial. Curry also surrendered, and is now in Jail. The examining trial will not be held until there is'a change in the condition of Rucker. Neither of the parties to this trouble belong to the citizenship of Cane vauey. uucKer lives in Green coun-.tj- -, Karnes on Greensburg road near the Josh Hatcher place, and Curry about three miles from Cane Valley. A Friday night Heastou Rucker, In response to the call for a meetPenick Curry and Frank Karnes, all ing of Russell and Adair county citiboys, about grown, met at church, in zens to consider the building of a subCane Valley. Report say that Curry stantial pike road from Jamestown to and Karnes had not been on good Columbia, Via Russell Springs, a tsrms for some time with Rucker, number of gentlemen of this vicinity and that there was some indications met, in the court house Monday with of a light before services were dismiss- a splendid delegation from Russell ed. However, nothing nf n cnrinnc county. Judge H. C. Baker was nature occurred, and Rucker started elected chairman and C. S. Harris home. Some distance from the church Sec. Quite a number of speeches building all three of the boys met, a were made all endorsing movefight ensued, resulting in Rucker get- ment. After expressions of the encourageting badly shot, and it is 'also said ment were given from the citizens of both counties. Judge H. C. Baker, Rolliu Hurt and Lilburn Phelps were appointed to draft articles of incorporation. W. S. Knierhfc. Itnllin TTurt-nnH Robert Ingram a committee to select a soliciting committee and to report the same at a meeting to be held in Russell Springs next Thursday even. West Columbia: Helm, 63; Sullivan, who received invitations were: Misses 41. Mary Myers, Ruth Paull, Mary BreedEast Columbia: Helm, 74; Sullivan, ing. Susan Miller, Regina Uussell and 15. Cary Rosenfield. South Columbia. Helm, 61; Sullivan, In the mornin? the bovs were in vited up The dinning room was 27. darkened and candles shed forth their soft light and brought out with un usual effect the pretty decorations which were of nasturtiums. A delightful breakfast was served after which tennis and'eroquet were enjoyed upon the beautiful lawn. All left with the regret that it was ended and with the memory of the charming hostess Frances made. The boys preseih) were; Edgar Reed, Paul Vardeman, Paul nughes, George Hancock, Tom, Patteson, Clyde Crenshaw and Ernest Harris. Milltown; Helm, 69; Sullivan. 12. Gradyville: Helm, 41; Sullivan, 3. Egypt: Helm, 43; Sullivan, 10. Little Cake: Helm, 21; Sullivan, 7. Glenville, Helm, 96; Sullivan, 8. Keltner: Helm, 00; Sullivan, 2. Pellyton: Helm, 48; Sullivan,. 5. White Oak; Helm, 87; Sullivan, 2. Cane Valley: Helm, 34; Sullivan 41. Casey Creek: Helm, 41; Sullivan, 8. Elroy, Helm, 48; Sullivan, 1. Harmony: Helm, 31; Sullivan, 2. Total number of votes cast, 941 Helm's vote 757 . Sullivan's i4 Helm's maj. OlJ The following is the full vote of Aaair county in the Democratic Connumber of her friends last Thursday night with a"Slumber Party." Those gressional primary held last Saturday: for that man and hi3 family, waa like unto a brother, and that showing his appreciation of The wheat is about all threshed the same by stopping over there in this community. dry weather. Dirigo. Charlie Diddle was in Columbia last Thursday afternoon. EvanLoy, Giensfork, bought Miss Mollie Flowers and Aus- cattle as follows in this commutin Wilmore were at Sulphur nity last week: Three steers Well last Friday. from J. C. Royse, for $81.00; Mrs. L. C.Nell was on the sick two steers from R. O. Stott3 for list, a day or so of last week. $70. Mr. Geo. Keltner," of Keltner, Mrs. Jane Campbell sold one was in our midst last Thursday. heifer to J. C. Royse, for $18. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Walker, of Hiram Stotts sold to R. O. Columbia, spent a few days here Stotts, two yearling steers for last week, visiting relatives. $50. Miss Maggie Bragg accompaJ. C. Royse sold one milch cow nied by Mr. W. C. Hill, spent to Claude Stotts, for $40. last Sunday at Russell Springs. Thomas P. Lasley bought one Mr. J. D. Walker, who hna calf from Mrs. Jane Campbell, been confined to his room for sev for $8 and one from R. L. Camperal weeks, is now able to be out bell, for $9. and see after his affairs. Quite a number from this place Rev. G. W. Pangburn was attended the fuueral of the late confined to his room for a few Charles H. Bennett at Gadberry, days of last week, from an at- last Thursday. "Uncle Chartack of flux. lie," as he was familiarly known, The old soldiers reunion at was well thought of by every Weed, next Tuesday and Wed body, and will certainly be miss nesday, is expected to be largely ed by the community in which he lived. x attended. Gradyville. he-was vur people are complaining of a few days. ing. The meeting then adjourned all feeling hopeful of the enterprise. Indian Killed on Traeh. Xear Rochelle, III., an Indian went to sleep on a railroad track and w killed by tha fast express. He paid for his carelessness with his life. Often its that way when people neglect coughe and colds. Donlt risk your life when prompt use of Dr. Kidg's Xew Discovery will cure them and so prevent a dangerous throat or lung trouble. "It completely cured me, in a short time, of a terrible cough that followed a severe attack of Grip,'' writes J. R. "Watts, Floyadda. Texas. and I regained 15 pounds in wefeht that I had lost." Quick, safe, reliable and guaranteed. 50c and S1.00. Trial bottle free at Paull Drug Co. Quarterly Meetings 4th Round. Columbia, Tabor August 1718 Sparksville, Providence Aug. 223. Renox, Terry's Aug. Campbellsville Sept. 1415. Cane Valley Sept. 1718. Campbellsville Ct. Sept. 21 22. W. F. Hogard. Mr. W. A. Coffey is now the postmaster at Columbia, having taken charge of the office last Wednesday. Mr. J, M. Russell and L. W. Staples are retained for the present as assist- 2425. Lawn Festival. n U V' The members of the Presbyterian church will hold a lawn social in the spacious yard of Judge H. C. Baker.on ants. The Hews has heretofore Tuesday, Aug. 13, inst. From 7:30 to spoke of Mr. Coffey's qualifications to 10 o'clock. Should the evening for the position, and as then said, we prove too damp for the gathering believe he will make a good post masthen Thursday, 15th. will be observed. ter, satisfying the general public. All the members of the church, with A Bali Game. their friends, including the Sunday A vast amount of ill health is due scnooi, are invited to be present. Valuable Land For Sale. Columbia and Campbellsville played to impaired digestion, When the There will be a special program of Born, to the&wife of Venus Guy Nell, spent last Saturday an interesting game of base ball at stomach fails to pergoam its functions talks, refreshments and a pleasant Royse, on July the 31st, a son. 1 have 165 acres of good laud, in properly the whole system becomes the latter place, last Saturday. Only and Sunday at Sulphur Well. evening for all. The purpose is that deronged. A few doses of Chamber- a few of the regular team here was all may become the better acquaint- three tracts which I will sell private, Eld. Robert Kirby has been Mr. Alfred Parson has imable to ed with each other and with the work lyata bargain. Two tracts are in lain's Tablets is all you need. Thev who is take part. Mr.W.H. Wilson, the manager of the home team. proved the appearance of his holding a series of meetings at of the church. Xo admission and Green county, near the Adair line, one will strengthen your digestion, invigo- states that our boys were most cor in Adair near the Green county line. rate your liver, and regulate your nothing to sell. property, giving his yard fence the new Union church at this Good dwelling on one tract, and I am bowels, entirely doing away with that dially treated, and that Mr. Kinnart-.using all three tracts as one farm. miserable feeling due to faulty diges- the soft drink man of Campbellsville, and outbuildings a good coat of place. He has preached quite a A Close Forecaster. Will sell any one, or ail three of the tion. Try it. Many others have been brought up a wagon load of cold drinks whitewash. It would help the number of excellent sermons, permanently cured Why not you'? for the players. tracts. The game terminated 5 to I in favor looks of our town if we would all and to date there has been one Mr. Walker Bryant, our county For sale by Paull Drug Co. Dr. J. J. Bopker, of Campbellsville. court clerk, who is a c.'ose observer in addition to the church. follow his example. Miami, Ky. political contests in this county did It is our understanding that CampNotice. Uncle Thomas Grady, one of bellsville will play a return game at not miss the mark very much in the One of the most common ailments an early date. contest between Mr. Helm and Mr. that hard working people are afflicted the oldest citizens of our town, Zion. To the overseers of the public roads Sn.'livan. He estimated that 923 votes with is lame back. Apply Chamberof Adair county: You are hereby no"Were all medicines as meritorious and avery active old man for his would be cast in the primary and that lain's Lsniment twice a day and masMr. Helm's majority would be be- sage the parts thoroughly at each aD- - tified to notify your hands according as Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and age, who has been for 70 years tween 500 and 600 which he wired to plicatiou, and you will get quick relief. to Jaw, and have them work six days Diarrhoea Remedy the world would addicted to the use of tobacco, on their respective roads, as there is be much better off and the percentage Between the local showers the Mr. Helm. There were 941 votes cast lor sale by Paull Drng Co. much complaint of so many bad places of suffering greatly decreased." writes both chewing and smoking, has farmers are bery busy Mr. Helm's majority is 573. So you getting up Reed & Miller have purchased the in the roads. So we hope the over- Lindsay Scott, of Temple, lnd. For at last seen the evil of the weed, hay. Mr. Bryant missed the mark but a see sale by Paull Drug Co. stock of hardware, buggies, wagons seers will act at once. few votes. and has entirely abandoned it. Yours Respt., etc., from the Reed Hardware CompaMrs. E. A. Cabbell has been on The open air gospel service, will Uncle Thomas says he feels like X. II. Moss, Judge. ny. The business will be conducted the sick list for several days. Card of ThanKs. be conducted by Rev. J. R. Crawford 40-for the present at the same stand. Aug 1st, 1912. another man. ta the residence of Mr. Geo. F. Stults, Later, the grocery store owned by A lawn party was given at the If you want to apply for a life policy Greensburg street, at 5:30 p. m. next Reed & Miller and the Hardware Mr. W. L. Winters and your I desire to return my heartfelt home of Miss Bess Holladay last in a real company, see J. E. Murrell. Sunday evening. Everybody cordially thanks to the many who so kindly store will be consolidated. reporter had the pleasure of Saturday He represents the Connecticut Mut- invited to attend. evening. About seventy-fand so willingly administered to my dining with Uncle Charlie Yates ive Mr. and Mrs. Olie Taylor have ual, organized in 1846, and now has a mother during her illness ending in gone to were present, and every g and are occupy- capital $G7,000,000. It is an annual and his estimable daughter, Mrs. one death. In time of aflliction and ing the residence Stock Owners Attention. were highly entertained. on Greensburg dividend paying company. trouble friendship was wonderfully street owned by Robertson, one day last week. Mr. L. C. Hurt. Mr. W. SJGunsalus, a farmer living Mis3 Lula Royse, of Garlin, manifested, and so long as I live I will Have your aged horses teeth examinnear Fleming, Pa., says he has used ed, diseased teeth cau3e blindness loss We cannot call to mind when ever keep in memory those who so For Sale. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and of flesh, weak eyes, necrosis of bone, either of us enjoyed a meal so visited at the home of Misse3 Letenderly waited upon my mother durna and Elva Murrell, Saturday Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for abscesses nasal gleet and fistuIaTof the ing the dark and sad hours of my life. well as we did that. The table fourteen years, and that he has fotnd jaw. One Pair Dayton Computing scales, Gratefully, night. was well loaded with good it to ba an excellent remedy, and Uneven and enlongated good as new. Price right. Liza Shearer. molars prevMr. Walter Murrell, of this takes pleasure in recommending it. ent proper Miller & Miller. mastication of food produc- things, and we certainly appreFor sale by Paull Drng Co. place, made a business trip to Mr. W. F. Sanders, of Joppa, was in ing colic, indigestion and general debili- ciated the dinner. Eld.- - Williams will assist his father, town Monday and informed the Hews ty. Craycraft, Tuesday. it. K. Young sold Durham & man that his wife is now rapidly re- Z. T. Williams in a meeting at Cane Examination free Mr. J. B. Garraon, of Toria, one hundred head of covering from a severe spell of typhoid Valley beginning the second Sunday Messrs. Jesse Murrell and FeL. H. Jones morning in this month at 11 o'clock. was appointed to fill out the uncattle last WPfik nf. fmm 'U fn; fever. Mr. Sanders is one of our good Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist lix Royse, of Garlin, were guests citizens and farmers. He is deeply The meeting will likey continue two cents per pound. They averaged sev- Office at residence near Graded school, expired time 0 Mr. M. L. Winl an. lmnrirpri nor MKUU, of Messrs. John and Mark Holla-da- y, . .w w. interested in the welfare of the Re- WeekS. Columbia, Ky. ters as Director of Gradyville publican nominee, Pres. Taft, and 34 Saturday night. A note from Mrs. Bettie Butler hopes that the Stand patters will show btate bank. We are glad to Wanted. states that she is getting along nicely Mr. Frank Sanders, who has their full strength in November. have Mr. Garmon on the board, A partner to equip a shop witli The Tfials of a Traveler and will be home next Monday. She machinery to do all kinds of "I am a traveling salesman," writes as he is a good, safe business typhoid fever, is slowly improvfurther states that the post card E. E. Youngs, E. Berkshire, Vt., "and onanes 1. jtsenuetr, wno was a shower, received Sunday, overcame work. iur. ing. n vas often troubled with constipation man.citizen of this county, her with joy. S. F. Eubank. Misses May and Helen Upton died in the Fairplay country last Frit and indigestion till 1 began to use Dr. day. He was a soldier in the Federal Mr. Lyon, of Missouri, and Attended the Sunday Lost, between Campbellsville and King's New Life Pills which I have School army during the Civil war. About Whites toll gate, a gold watch, open found an excellent remedv." For all Are Ever at War his brother, of Arizona', spent Convention held at Mt. Pleasant, one year ago he met with a stroke of face, with leather fob, one side red stomach, liver or kidney There are two things everlastingly are unequaled. On(y 25 troubles they several davs of last wppV vioiK. last Saturday paralysis and was almost helpless from with F. L. T. on fob. Finder will cents at Paull and Sunday. at war, joy and piles. But Bucklen's Drug Co. that date until his death. He leaves please return to news ollic'e. ingMr. Robt. O. keltner, of our Miss Mattye Young, who Arnica Salve will banish piles in any a wife and several childien. W. O. Thompson. form. It soon subdues the itching, ircity. We were certainly glad to teaches at Keith's Chapel, A match game of base ball will be was ritation, inflammation or swelling It played meet with 4;hem once more in the at home Thursday, to athend the Luther Young is in a meeting at Mr. Spencer Dohoney, who was born gives comrfot, invites joy. at Lindsey-Wilso- n hill next Greatest Saturday Mt. Pleasant which has already result- and reared in this county, died in Dalafternoon Ozark against flesh. Mr. Lyon lives in the Educational Rally. healer of burns, boils, ulcers, cuts Griffin Springs. A'dmission 15 cents; ed in 8 additions to the church. Six las Texas, a few day ago. He was a bruises, eczema, scalds, pimples, skin same section of country in Mis young people were baptized last Sat- brother of Mr. Chapman Dohoney, eruptions. Only 25 at Pcull ladies free. Miss Nell Tupman, who teachwho lives in Cane Valley. urday eve at 4 o'clock in Russell creek souri where several of our Adair Drug Co. on the Young farm. The meeting There will be an all day singing at county people live. We were es at Egypt, is at her home very will continue a few days longer. Iven Pattesou, w ho lives near Mill-towill. Mrs. Mary Walker, of Conext Sunday. glad to hear through him Mr. Bryant was noti lied to- White school-hous- e of our cut a portion of his tobacco day Walker Mrs. Leora Furger-so- Every body come and bring baskets. that his niece, kinsmen, L. M. Wilmore and lumbia, has been employed to Eld Lawrence William, who is here, crop Monday. The remainder will be who lived with her parents, Cinfill her place until Miss Tupman visiting his father and other relatives, cut in a few days. cinnati, had just died. She was 20 'I was cured of 'diarrhoea by one family and Frank Shirley and preached two interesting sermons at years old, a victim of consumption. dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera family, who are all getting is able to continue her work. the Christian chtirch last Sunday, Mr. Wm. Leftwich, who was a and Diarrhoea" Remedy," writes M. forenoon and evening. along nicely, and enjoying good Mrs. John Young was visiting , native of Adair county, a The school percapita for this year cj, wBuuarui, uNoie, iru. 'mere is of Mr. N. B. Dohoney, died in InFor sale by Paull health. He also informed us her niece, Mrs. Bob Smith, of--' will be S4. This statement was given nothing better. will be preaching at the dianapolis one day iast week.v Drug Co, : There out by State Superintendent, Barks-dal- e that Mr. Robt. O. Keltner, who Columbia, last week. Christian church next Sunday mornHamlet; fast week. 1L o'clock, but there will be no ing at On account of an accident to' engine Mrs. A. G. Todd grew a tomato this many years ago... lived a near Mr. George Hunn was through evening services. The subject of the it will probably be .four or 'five days season that weighed 2 pounds When u C morning sermon will be '.'Reconclla- - before the light plant will be in opera exhibited at thirofflcelit was perecte-l- y neighbor to bim in the State of this neighborhood rur ril- week, rami C- jaie. . . twn j , tlon. sound. s "Missouri, and the love he had buying stock. Address Robert Hudson, Ozark, Ky. Flying Men Pall Victims to stomach, liver and kidney troubles just like other people, with like results in loss of appetite, backache, nervousness, headache, and n tired, listless, feeling. But no need to feel like that as T. there's D. Peedles, Henry, Teiin.. proved, "Six bottles of Flectric Citters" he writes, "did more to give me new strength and good appetite than all other stomach remedies I used." So they help everybody. Its folly to suffer when this great remedy will help you from the first dose. Try it. Only 50 cents at Paull Drug Co. run-dow- ' 40-2- m 2t house-keepin- ! lio-jr- 2-- m up-toda- te well-know- - 40-2- n, n, son-in-la- w 1 -- '.' Ui '& " ', THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS From North Carolina. ther. Seventy-Six- . Getting on to farming, weathThey are having a protracted er conditions, etc. We are hav- meeting at Jones' Chapel Revs. ing too much rain for cotton, and Marrs ana1 Wells are at the helm. can't properly cultivate any The school at Holly Grove is kidney. crop. Peaches are rotting on I can heartily recommend the the trees, and it actually rains progressing nicely which is conposition of the News in the final too much to sow cow peas. ducted by Mr. John Jones. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Irvin and show down. It kept the colors Sometimes we can't plow a day of Underwood flying at mast- in two weeks. This sandy land little daughter, Bettie Jane, head, and then, after gracefully washes easily, and it looks bad spent last Sunday at Mr. C. E. accepting the situation, accepted for a farmer who farms on hill- Keens in Howards bottom. Miss Louie Glidewell who has the verdict and promised allegi- sides. Such is my experience. ance. At present we can't plow a fur- been sick for sometime made a This does not comport with row. trip to Louisville last week to be conditions here. We had some examined by a specialist, she has Melvin L. White, been getting along nice since her local heelers who were for Underwood, and were very much return. Dunnville. "agin" "Old Bryan." t Miss Hattie Glidewell is teachMr. and Mrs. G. T. Conover Ere the wires had cooled with Mr. Boss Combest who has been ing school on Bear creek. left for their home in Louisville tidings from Baltimore, they sick Misses Tess and Bess Lollar last week, after spending severfor some time is no better. proclaimed themselves as origwere in Bakerton last week. al days with their relatives and Miss Carrie Pierce who has inal Wilson William Melton is on the sick friends at this place. been visiting friends and relamen, and organized a Wilson Mr. Bicknell, of Brerea, is tives at Garlin for the past two list. club. Mr. L. W. Baldauf with Over-back- spending a few days at Russell Cleveland county was at least weeks has returned home. Coffre Co., and Mr. Sam Springs Hotel. James Pelley has returned two thirds for Wilson, but a man Logan and Lenoard Wilson Lewis, the progressive produce who had it recorded "against home after a protracted stay in Man of Columbia, were here last have purchased the stock of Wilson," was elected President Ohio. goods owned by J. H. Womack, week. of the club. He had the State Joe Thomas was at McKinney Mr. J. A. Young has sold his and will do business at the same chairmanship in his mind, but a few days of last week on busifarm on Crocus to Mr. Jack place. ness. failed to land. Miss Mintie Wilson is on the Coomer. Consideration $2,500. Why is it that a liar and scounMack Rubarts who has been in sick list. the West for the past 3 or 4 Messrs. E. R.. J. A. and J. L. drel has such a pull in politics? Miss Minnie Ashbrooks, of Young started to the up er counI can admire men like Col. years has returned to Ky. ties with about 400 sheep for the Campbellsville, is visiting her Watterson, who while erratic, Miss LoueJla Ross, is in from tious and will keep several weeks in cousin. Miss Enola Selby for a cold weather. National Food Magamarket. put up a fight and gave a reas - 'New York, visiting her parents, zine. Jess Cole lost a fine colt Wed few days. on for opinions. But the aver - Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Ross, Mr. Owen McKinley has acHigh Living In Germany. age politician seems to exempli- - Mr. L T. Dickinson, one of nesday night. It jumped on a rmh- Thi Loknl of cepted a position in F. D. Wilfy Artemas Ward's associate our best young me is teaching paling. lishes an urgent appeal to German so- son store as clerk. ciety leaders to return to "simple eat- W. F. Radford lost a fine milch re- - the "Billson." When Ward Luttrells creek school this Mrs. Leora Russell, of Somer- ing." It says that the luxury era in Germany has caused an extravagance cow this week. buked this worthy for not having year. set, is visiting at J. H. Stephens in dining which threatens financial ima mind, "Billson" Mrs. Ellen Williams arrived poverishment ruin. and digestive Mr. J. F. Pelley is about this week. Carlsbad, Marienbad. Kissingeu and said he had a mind that balanced D. A. A. Hatfield left last other spas which cater to the needs of through harvesting his oat crop. home a few days ago from visitany way the public required. ing her sister at Sturgis, Ky. re' s tbejour- week for Crab Orchard where he f llt? G. w. Rubarts Jr., has purchasby numbers, annually m- I was for Wilson and got my Mr. J. T. Lloyd was here last will locate to practice his pro- - creasing, who go there in spring and ed a new saw mill and is operatsummei'. to make amends for overeat- fpQQinn man. My Next choice was week: , OYLn.ti..lnkin ing it on Dameron creek. in W!ntor. "It Clark, my third was Underwood, Curt Winfrey who Was danger- - would be a genuine public service on Mr. Charlie Cundiff is in from tue part ot leauing society personages Kentucky Fair Dats, and then I had none. Among ously ill last week is very much if they would begin by practical exLouisville visiting his parents, Roosevelt, Harmon and Taft; I ample to wage war on the sensual improved. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cundiff. should prefer him of the big; Harrodsburg July UWenSDy. :ls fur as the culinary end of it is con- There will be an ice cream 2. tomb-ston- e corned. Only by a return to simple stick and the teeth. and sensible dinners can we avert cen- at Joe Thomas' Juy 27 I find that a knowledge of Mt. Sterling July School opened here at Moore nine economic and physical perils." is going to have a tring! Georgetown July tory, civil and economic ques-'Jo- e school honse July 8. with a large Streets of New York. band to furnish music t0 the! Berea Fair August tions does not generally qualify enrollment and Mr. O. D. Smith "Anything in t'.u IL:i of luck can observed a for political leadfirshin. and PmJ crowd. Everybody is cordially' Versailles August of Jamestown, teacher. Mr. M. happen in New oik "!' "..v. commerial traveler rvvntly, "and to attend. Mt. Vernon August tainly does not forapolitician suc- - invited L. Owens, our trustee made a some of i!i funniest are acci" d oft" I .iw something Burkesville Fair August 13 wise selection, forjMr. Smith is a dent.!1 Mrs. Mol.'ie Pelley, of Pelly--, cess. quicker done than told. the V. W. J. Bryan is an exception ton, visited Mrs. Mag Rubarts4 days. was goiutr down Broadgentleman of sterling worth and An at :i ' Vanceburg August way. A wo'. ::m dropped a magazine to the rule as far as leadershiD and family a few days of last charactor, having previously or book from it. A man picked it up Litchfield August is concerned; but the rule holds week. served our county as Supt., of a man worse for poverty. As th Brodhead August titlr t fimnnn iiit ft mnti uuu aa lu yuuucai success. public schools, therefore he is a threw the magazine or book into it. it has just been reported that1 Lawrenceburg August Before Baltimore Convention ' Mr. R. K. Jones, Pellyton. died coin tossed and the Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 gentleman of refinement and cul- Another woman running adown at him. Broadman, met, all the ignorant, would-b- e suddenly on the evening of the ' Hardinsburg August ture and well prepared for his way, caught the coin and continued local leaders here were "agin" 18. He was a good man and we running. The man who had lost his chosen profession. Columbia August tip started to laugh, and soon BroadBryan. I never have lost faith greatly deplore his sudden death. Mr. Rowe Powell, wife and way was laughing with him, although Fulton August ' knowing what it was laughing nt" in him, and he had three supDickinson while plowing, Ike daughter, Miss Cecil, of Nebras- not York Tribune. London August New porters in my neighborhood. recently found a piece of money ka, are visiting in these parts. Franklin August Flat Woes. Now these very fellows are loud 106 years old. Barbourville Fair September Mr. Herbert Barger, an ener"Was there a telephone call for me in their praise of Bryan, and Inr getic and hustling young man is this morning?" I asked the West dian bellboy. Bakerton. d these little, Bowling Green September now salesman for McKiney & "No, sir," he answered positively. an weeklies call him the prophet "Dey ain't been no such vail fuh you it-Co., at Jamestown. He invites fuh two days, sab." and evangel ot Democracy, ana Circuit court commenced at Tompkinsville September all of his friends to give him a "Are you sure?" lam classed with the raw re- - Burkesville last Monday, not Sanders September "Yes, sub, pos'tive." call when in the city. "Well, if one comes for me this aftSeptember Monticello cruits. Perhaps some of you much doing yet. later. The singing classes at Mt. ernoon say I'll be inyouah name, sub?" Newport September "Yes, sub what's readers will think I am a dis-- ; We are having good water for Vernon and Bethlehem have Toledo Blade. . Horse Cave September gusted office seeker. I ask for little boats at Dresent the Seventv Morgantown September 19 very much improved with Mr. , nothing and never fail to get it. Slim Chance. yeaterda, and 21. "Is there any chance of a1 young G. C. Reese, as leader. Four years ago the Republicans started ba(jk Qn itg refcurn man escaping loss the first time he tQ Lexington October 912. Rev. Tarter and wife visited goes into Wall street?" to run for County Su-- : Burns:(je asked me "Well, Is if he Mayfield October 2 at D. G. Griders last Saturday. the bulls it and a atoss up squeezeescapes perintendent, I refused to accept, ' . . tight if he M. W . Baker is a grand juror .. , , . gets away from the bears." Baltimore ,ucy jjui mc un iiutvcu DUL from this neighborhood. Sheriff A. D. Patteson is now ready American. against- my protest. I wrote to On the HrsL and second Saturdays U. F. Parrish went to Burkes- in August I will sell buggies at cost. to receiye taxes and he urges prompt So She Does. Republican chairman, just before "Dog watches are common on ships, payment. The sooner paid the better I need to make room for wheat. .election to not run me. I never ville to day. bat what can a cat do?" J. H. Phelps, the taxpayer will feel, "She comes In handy for a pur. air." .spent a cent, and never cam- - 'H.' C. Parrish sold a horse to Jamestown, Kj Baltimore American. blown-in-the-glass er ! I J Lattimore, July 19, 1912. Editor News: As the work of the Chicago steam roller has evolved W. H. Taft as the regular nominee of Republican Machine, and the parting of the ways has placed the flag of revolt in the hands of Teddy, the terible; we see Republican party confronted by same conditions as menaced the Democratic party in 1860. In the Baltimore Convention we see a triumph ot justice and eloquence over corrupt party policies of Taggart, Murphy, Sullivan, and others of similar paigned, but I received 1357 votes, about half of these being Democrats, and at least 300 Republicans out of a possible 900 scratched for me. The whole ring fought me because I helped break up the town ring. Since then my gang has made many of them bite the dust. I have been offered nomination for Legislature several times by Democrats, five-year Curt McGee last Monday for $200. Russell Springs. CHANGED THE PLAY. THE KOLA NUT IN AFRICA. N. C. Melton, of will move to .this week Mr. Melton gasoline grist mill shop here as soon moved. Burkesville, place next will install a and barber as he gets Mr. T. C. Goff will receive his new gasoline engine the last of this week, he will also erect a sen- mill here.' but would prefer a tence in the penitentiary at hard S. T. Irvin made a flying trip labor, and don't like to work ei- to Burkesville yesterday on the Our S. S. convention at this place last Wednesday was well represented. Some very beautiful talks given by our State worker and Rev. Z. T. Williams. Born, to the wife of Rev. J. L. Piercy on the 25th, a 91b. boy, Marcus Paul, mother and baby are getting along all right. Mrs. Ida Payne left for Louisville last Wednesday for treatment. Mrs. Payne has been in bad health for some time, it is hoped by her many friends that she will be benefitted. Mr. Payne accompanied her. Mrs. Dan Wilson who had not recovered from the fall that dislocated her shoulder last winter, fell again this week and broke the same arm just below the elbbw, and at this time is suffering considerable. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Womack will leave this week for Louisville, where Mr. Wamock will undergo an operation. Mr. Scyler Neat and daughter, Willard, were at the Kimble house Tuesday night. Peter the Great Turned the Comedy It Plays an Important Part In the Lives Into a Tragedy. of the Natives. It is related that Peter the Great, In the parts of Africa where It that mighty czar of Russia, strolling grows the kola nut Is much esteemed Incognito through the camp, came by the natives on account of its stimupon a party of noncommissioned off- ulating and other properties, and ic icers and grenadiers enacting a comeoccupies a large place iu African ledy, which he paused to witness. gends, as well as in ceremonies a- - " All at once his brow became cloud- colts. These tribes have been awa ed. In the play a soldier in the uni- of Its power as a stimulant from tin: form of his guard commits at a cer- Immemorial, and it is also used as a. tain moment a robbery. Nevertheless remedy for marsh fever and other the emperor allowed the play to pro- maladies. ceed. The court martial is summoned It is used as a pledge of friendship on the stage and the thief is sentenced or affection, as an offering to fetich to death. The spectators, composed men and also as money or for paying of officers and men, showed the most tribute. In the Bambara and other lively concern in the performance and regions a young man sends a basket laughed at the grotesque contortions of white and red kola nuts to the fa of the condemned culprit. The nma- - ther of a young woman whom he de- teur actor played his part very well. s5res to marry. If the father consent jtiere come tue snuau tnat is to exe he keeps all the nuts, but if not he cute him. "Fire!" orders the lieuten- keeps the white ones aud returns th ant, and the amateur dropped down red. dead, his heart pierced by seven buThe kola tree is much respected, an 1 lletsno make believe, but dead in- the belief is strong among the native-- ; deed. that if one of them plucks a flower ir Whereupon the emperor dropped his will bring him bad luck. Among th. incognito aud addressed those assem- ISagas a tree is planted at each birtli bled: '"A soldier of my guard who or notable occasion. In the Diorug'. committed a robbery must die. If he region when a chief goes through th-did not steal why did he boast of it ceremony of naming his child and soil his uniform? It is I who ora kola tree, and this afterward dered the loaded rides given to the belongs to the child. men. I henceforth forbid my soldiers In the whole of the Sudan region to ply the trade of mummers." Argo- the kola nut is a symbol of friendnaut. ship, and as it is an article of luxury the act of offering it as a gift is taker. PHILADELPHIA SCRAPPLE. as a mark of the wealth of the giver, Eating the kola nut together is a sign How to Prepare This Inexpensive and of friendship, and it would be a great Highly Nutritious Dish. offense to refuse to do this. Treaties, Have your butcher clean a pig's vows or compacts are made binding in head and split it in halves. Put it into the same way. Chicago News. a stock pot and cover with boiling wa ter. Cook until meat falls from the KEATS' LOVE AFFAIR. bones. Iiemove the meat, strain the liquor and set aside to cool. Remove most of the fat, all gristle and bones. it Was But Another Disaster of the Last Days of the Poet's Life. Chop meat fine. Keats' way of love was by no means l;?move fat from liquor, place on range, bring to boiling point, add meat a way of happiness. The object of and one pound of beef liver previous- his passion was a Miss Fanny Brawne, ly parboiled ten minutes and cut in whom he had the fortune or misforvery small pieces. Seasou with salt, tune to meet at the Dilkes house. She p; . : and sage to taste. Add one has become fairly well known in Keats" cupful of buckwheat mixed with one bibliography as "a brisk and blooming cupful of cormneal, letting it slip very young beauty of the far from un through the lingers of the left hand common English hawk blond type." Iler affection for Keats seems to while you stir briskly with the right. Thicken with cornmeal until mixture have been real, but limited by a rather His for Is the consistency of cornmeal mush. shallow emotional capacity. Stir until free from lumps. Remove her was enfevered with doubts and to back of rauge and simmer two or questionings not only about the realthree hours. Use a heavy vessel to ity of his feeling toward her, but cook tlie mixture in. This lessens the about his failing health and his uncertain prospects. Disease had already danger of scorching. Pour mixture into brick shaped weakened him when he met her, and bread pans previously wet with cold between the Ore of disease and the water. "When cold cut in half inch fire of love his vitality was rapidly slices aud saute in a well greased hot consumed. Love proved to be but anspider. IJrown on both sides. Serve other disaster to heighten the tragi for breakfast or luncheon. This is an suffering of the last eighteen months inexpenshe dish and is highly nutri- - of his life. ( - ! j AiiM-ten- r P.m-li- n ; ( J j 1 well-balanc- ed "When, finally, he went to Rome, accompanied by the artist, Joseph Severn, he turned his back on love alon with the rest of life. lie died in Feb- ruar--v ami was uurieU m tin? Protestant cemetery, a place made s beautiful by the flowers that grow tuere tue year through that it makes oue "in love with death to think on should be buried in so sweet a place," as Shelley wrote not long before h too, died. New York Post. "-- I i ' ' ft0" sa-v- j ( 30-Aug- ust t his-'supP- er 23-2- 7. I 30-Aug- ust j j j 1-- 3. v- -i 7-- 9. 7-- 9. j i orchestra at Vienna; Richard Strauss made his formal debut not only as leader of the Meininger orchestra, but as a pianist also, playing a concerto by Mozart. Felix "Weingartner. Dr. Muck, Emil Paur, ICothwell and Oberhotler were first pianists of distinction before becoming conductors. This list could also be carried back to Hans von the prince of pianists and conductors, and to Felix Mendelssohn, wh. inaugurated the famous Oewandhans concerts. Bu-lo- great conductors have spent their ar prentice years in mastering some solo instrument which they have used as a stepping stone to the broader and ulti mate work of conducting an orchestra Arthur Nikisch was at the beginning of his career a violinist in the royal It Musical Conductors. Is a significant fact that most of th. j Spoiled the Sport. A gentleman from Loudon was invited to go for a day's snipe shoot- ' 14-16. 7. 13-1- 14-1- 6. kTi 20-2- 3. 20-2- 2, j 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. 27-3- 0. 29-3- 1, ing." in the country. The invitation was accepted, and host and guest shouldered guns and sallied forth in quest of game. After a time a solitary snipe rose and promptly fell to the visitor's first barrel. The host's face fell also. "We may as well return," he remarked gloomily, "for that was the only snipe in the neighborhood." The bird had afTorded excellent sport to all his friends for six weeks. London Answers. He Was Sarcastic. Clerk (to woman who has fingered over everything in the store without buying anything) Excuse me. madam, but are you shopping here? Customer Certainly. What would I be doing': Clerk I thought perhaps you might be taking an inventory. Woman's Home Companion. 4-- broad-brimme- 1. 4-- 7, 4-- 7. I 3-- 6. 17-2- 1. 18-21- j j . ,.", Life's Realities. Women must wonder occasionally that they don't meet any men like the hero in a fashionable novel. And that can also be played the other way across. Atchison Globe. Both Engaged. 9-1- - Servant Maid (in breathless excitement) Professor, there's a burglar in the dining room! Professor (deeply absorbed, without looking up) Tell hini I'm engaged. i 39-- 2t 35-- tf . - . Fame Is the perfume of heroic deeds. Socrates. ' -- Ak vV V5.H&" 4' A A. .- J,-? " i AIR COUNT X NEWS KEEP CtfTS CLEAN. COMPANY AT a BREAKFAST. IV. : r lI IN Then There Isn't Anything For Them A Surprise Party That Startled The Force Exerted by Its Formidable This Wonderful Bird Was Well Fixed Bride In India. to Do but Heal. Sucker Lined Arms. . With Legs and Wings. 'I was married in India." says a The cut made by the surgeon should Both the octopus and the cuttlefish The story of Perry Scott's turkey has always be kept absolutely free from writer in the Contra Costa Gazette, Spell the Same Words Of Wam.- - have arms that are clothed with a come doun from Revolutionary days in Where Freedom Of Speech IS 3. rerras. If infection occurs we know "and rented a little house fourteen .v.w.muujKluiu.i ui .iutm-13- , Huituuiu wuruuua. i,oionei ooruon was accus- ing In All Our Waters. that some one has blundered. Acciden-ta- l miles 'or so from any other habita Right JealOUSly Guarded. wonderful pieces of mechanism. When to tell of the hasty march which cuts, on the other hand, are almost tion of white men. The morning my tue sucKer comes into contact with an he made before Rudolph's legion. He . .... i i wife and I arrived the servants laid pv.y Invariably infected. oujeci me Having pre- - was Just sitting down to dinner when rUtt MAHINtKb. vIouslj beeucentral piston. to germs of disease are every- breakfast on the veranda overlooking ; The raiso( so !ls MIGHT OF THE LOWER HOUSE Iete orders were lvcn to c.ross where. Xo matter how small the cut the river. At the clatter of the nlates t ly.fill the cavity of the sucker, is at' river. It was nearly nightfall when he may be or how brief its exposure to there began to come down from the The Simple Code That Governs These ' "uue wuuurawn ami n peneci vac- - uivouacKea in a valley In which the by the air, germs are almost certain to big tree that overshadowed the house ' uum Valuable Aids to Navigation How nacityproduced, explaining the great te cavalry under Wayne had just en The Enormous Power It Wields enter. If an accidental cut is to heal and up the tree that grew in the ravine with which the suckers cling camped and. with his ollicers. began to Reason of Its Grip Upon the Purse of the Whistling Buoy and Bell Buoy They number upward quickly and well all germs must be behind it, from the house roof itself, of 100 pairs to sup on dry bread and potatoes. The the Nation Absolute Democracy of Fog Signals Are Operated. carefully removed at the tirst dress- from everywhere, a multitude of soleach arm of the octopus, and once they infantry which he commanded were in the Committee of the Whole. emn monkeys. ing. As everybody knows, there are black . obtain a grip on the victim, unless the a starving condition, and the commis-. ... . , arm is actually torn away from the' sary was without money, but raiding . . The house ot representatives of the When we consider how many are ,, uu v a.h.j. uU u muim, h body of the octopus, it is practically upon the farmers was sternly made People ol the United States, the great the ways in which a cut may become, and m families- - and took their places! ,' :rin ,..., h,,nvQ ' "' infected we can understand why such, without noise lor fuss on the veranda impossible for its prey to disentangle ' punishable by death. V demos, the source of all power, the 1,I:K'U UU(1 wulte vertical stripes. and sat there like an audience waiting wi,h precautions are uecessary. Infection Reports of the hungry condition of Oasis upon which the great snper- itset "uoys f" W is often introduced by the very imple- ' for an entertainment to begin. And ot In addition to these suckers the octo the newcomers had circulated among ; structure of the government rests. ment that makes the wound. Only ; when the breakfast was all laid and """ has ' . .r.luai ue .Vc" UUL at i nus i,.,. a, powerful :nair of 1nws. shnn - wnrnrt mnn .iner n t "- - .v,.... ,uc- umt ui.-.... iu iue uugu. wuri. .Hi , surgeons use sterilized Instruments. the monkeys were all seated I went in sea and are called "mammoth buoys.' ' ' jehind gan to eat his mUStf bread n private i Jts immediate ancestor was the tirst Each of these aids to navigation has.1 , . A knife or a pair of scissors or a piece to call my wife. " """" Dlated from ,,u,UBA1OIJiuri appcareu nml t parliament of Henry IV, In tbe fi- ' , " 'Breakfast is ready, and tbey are of course, its own particular meaning. of glass or crockery is almost certain organ. The said respectfully: used as a . t .. i Scott had .1.VJ nW'---aj " The place that each occupies is care- - octops wi ;ttack'anu klill IMILiib to plant germs in the furrow it plows. all waiting!' I said. . crabs and some money, colonel, and bouirht a ., -- , .UbUl(l. . . r i. t.,,-.,'XTMl ;...r"3' ..I,,. Germs may also enter from the cloth- uc iiiiv nfr t.ciiLiUf,. f.uu iaiuu lli i luii uiitieu iui u. ;iuu...us arniiigeiiieni . . . ... .... PPnB turkey. We have unfortunately eaten tablished finally and forever that all 1C0I!s,derab,e SJZ?" Inrfn S h Ing. from the hands of whoever rushes dismay. I thought we were going to ls Boveriien ny u care.ui system. means its power- all but one leg. I took the liberty of reveuue Dla must originate la the Lsuoys are called "day marks." in to helpfrom the first piece of cloth or ' e alone, and was just coming out in ovounns the mcuts bringing that to you." The colonel i0K,er ,10Use. which should bold the i7S contradistinction to the "night raarUa" In f a creature of such took the leg gratefully and had scarce- handkerchief used to stanch the flow m7 dressing gown. purse or tne rcop,e anU wltbout ,va5cn -t- be ,illts nnd 'acons. Never mind. I said The people -of blood or from the water used for uaynes not " V. " es ln TT" "?.... ..,.. ..v.. .... not ........,....., .j ,ir0c,i f For the purposes of the Itelitbousc scicim truiriiiies in" various species """ 'men appeared with ""uer or storv or ........ u wnci;,.... the icgislaavc. the .i. nr ''T or uu,!,uu ,l nhnnt i, fi,in!lMr vi.v.1.., the first washing. i the same ...i:5..i K.nn,.u Thej- wear pretty much tne same board the coasts of the United States whales, sharks and conger eels. In Perry Scott's turkey and another leg. Since the avenues of danger are so government could turn. including the lakes and navigable numerous, it is safest to assume that things all the year lound.' x ne co,onel congratulated himself on e Pamcu,ary Ionu It ,3 because of tnis parliament rivera nre mt0 various uis of V'U "And so my wife came out. Imagine i' infection has occurred. It follows that his the ad. rnJZrlnf , s,m,an;rctoi,uses- - and over tocka fellowhandling went drumstick ere is no wavs and means comraittee tlicts' eacu district being under the In the middle of every family should understand some her astonishment. octopus officer, out of the ta tne senate and that when any treaty the veranda stood our breakfast table, ctoirge of an oliicer who sees that all ,.v.n iwUUU of (he simplest methods of sterilizaw muwbu on US lent. IC Was growing Clark. Another nr enmmorn;l .prnn.Nm.nnr nr In uIs district are properly cared tion, neat is the simplest of all. and all the rest of the space, as well as ;"buovs limbs. The octopus tries to hug the cavalryman came up, whispered the l slippery, slimy conger tight, but In story of Perry Scott and cautiously thing involving the payment of money The mother of a family should keep the railinss and the stens. was covered ' 'or- is introduced, any appointment or buoys in a supply of soft linen rags that have witu nn immense company of monkeys. for odious reasons similarthing, in i vain and andin ts Hmbs growing over a third leg. The colonel atjon is proposed, the house of mean tne same as grave as possible and as motion- iess (HscnrjrpS - inI. 5n fJin fn.Q nf ir been ihnron-h- C hniiert She simnirt . ,uv. .uw Uw Uh his walk through the camp sentatives raises Its mighty hand and a l ...nu,I .u.. ji if i ii.. keep them not on an open shelf with less and silent as if they were stuffed. "tur oiua. a uuo.v oi a particular uis- tUe foe and und fu and before his return had been secretly j settie3 the matter according to tie Ui I"'""1-" water beats a hasty retreat. It is to offered twenty legs and fourteen wings towels or other cloths, but done up In umy tneir eyes uept uunking ana tneir win of the people through their repre-o- f escape tne t0 Pressing attention of ' lounu e;irs l;ePc nvitcuing. ' JV Tn a carefully closed oiled paper ba g ori , Perry Scott's turkey. sentatives, for it can defeat any meas- " ""'"' " . v" v"c "s foes that the octopus possesses the wuicn me -- "protected from the air in some other' uo ius"eu nearuiy-- ac Wayne's men had raided a poultr- - are 0r any person by merelv declin-yar- d ', ' equally effective Tvav. For washing monkeys only looked all the gravp- r- co"st of F,0,rida- - So tbe raanor wbo power of changmg its color to corre-ththe previous night and conc-cte.- i ing to appropriate the monev necessary rt 1S "" d sat down. sPnd wlth thaI "f to surroundings. wound she should use only water .f.iS. the story of Perry Scott's purchase to to pav for that measure or person. 1' " " 1J1 iey eat anythingr she aslcea. "i '" that has been boiled. When lho doc- protect uiemseives in case any turkey as the mariner who enters a southern wiien this great committee on ways " "Try them.' 1 said. tor comes he will ndd some kino nf bones should be discovered. The hun and means presents its business to the A BULL RING BEGGAR. "So she picked up a biscuit and threw P0,t' and tne sarae is trvie of all other chemical antisepsis, and it will be ger bitten faces of their new comrades house of representatives and the house it among the company. Three hun- - Parts of the country, proved once more that a clean cut can j Tue government publishes coast The Intruder Wanted Bread, but He were more man tney coum near, how goes into committee of the whole do nothing but heal. Youth's Com- dred monkeys jumped into the air like ever, and each man. unknown to the hnno n m fntr nr iho nnion the Got "'Thumbs Down." one, and for an instant there was a cnarts showing the colors and posi-rio- t panion. ; others, carried his share into Gordon's j assemblage at once resolves itself Into Sometime the bullfight In Spain Is camp that defies description. The nest ' tions of t,le buoys. The lighthouse at risk of moment every monkey was sitting in board publishes, in addition, a yearly used to compel the attention of the death. It the not until detection and a body as absolutely democratic as the was CHANGEABLE the war was Sason Witenagemot or the New Eng-ove- r CHICAGO. ,ist distributed gratis for the benefit authorities to grievances that would its place as solemu as if it had never and the troops disbanded that iand town meeting. Every symbol of moved, finlv tiieir eves winked nnd of navigation, in which each one of the otherwise go unnoticed, as is seen in Colonel Gordon told the story of Perry a popular assemblage Ls religiously ob- Has Eight Counties and Many Varied , the5r earg twitcjH?d thousands of buoys is located and the following incident described by Spellings to Its Credit. Harry A. Franck in "Four Months Scott and his many legged fowl. Ar served. The speaker leaves the chair, described. My w,fe threw tUem anotucr blg. gonaut "Few people know that Chicago lias cuit . ami the riot broke out asain. Then and a chairman ls elected who Is not Tlle passenger standing at the rail of Afoot In Spain:" t, ueen in eigut anrercnt counties or u- she threiv them anoUler md another lllt' ,iner opining in from sea will prob-the speaker. Not even so much as the "The newcomer will long remember ' STANDING UPRIGHT. Hnois," said an old Chicago man. "It and another. But at last prestige of the regular presiding ottifor had given !,,,l.v (irst notice a "mammoth buoy." ' his first bull certainly if. as in my was first placed within the limits of awnv all that we had to rive and cot These buoys are used only in special own case, the first banderillero slins is allowed to hamper the freedom of Madison county, Illinois then being a m, to , - Ti10 monkevs at once rose "ses-a- s. for example, to mark. the ap. at the moment of thrusting his barbed : Easy 0n,y Because of Our Complex debate. The speaker goes down to the . " floor and has no more privileges than Muscular Mechanism. territor', Sept. 14, 1812. and. advnnciu" crravelv to the stens. I"acues to cuanneis over bars or darts and is booted like a soccer foot "Subsequently it was included, in the walked down them in a solemn nro-- shoals that lie some distance from the ball half around the ring bv the snort We are so accustomed to standing the most obscure member of the house, following counties seriatim: Edwards in j cessj0n and dispersed for the day's oc- - L'oast- ing animal. Still less shall 1 forget upright as a natural attitude that few j The mace, the emblem of authority, Re(1 ana" ulack buoys designate the j the chill that shot through me when, of us think what a special complex j is put under the speaker's table to 1S14; Crawford. 1S1C: Clark, after the j cupations." ' territory was admitted as a state. 1S19; channel. They lie on either side. The with the fifth bull at the height of his mechanism is required for this pur- sh,ow that the house deliberates with-posPike, 1S21; Fulton, 1S23; Peoria, 1S25. The buoys, which have even numbers, fury, a gaunt and awkward boy of fif A moment's consideration will j out Interference from anybody. Study In Punctuation. under the jurisdiction of which it re- celebrated eastern educator com- - must be left on the starboard or right teen sprang suddenly over the barriers show that the ordinary explanation of mace Is really a weapon, a stoat wood-th- e mained until the creation of the county ma who has spent much time in band in passing in from sea. Tbe black and shook his ragged blouse a dozen erect position (the center of gravi en stick with a metal head, and nsed of Cook, Jan. 15, lS'M. studying literature comma tells us that buoys, always with odd numbers, must times in the animal's face. As manj ty to be directly above the feet) is ln to be the favorite weapon of fighting "The name of the city. too. has been ' the modem writer uses too many punc-- 1 l,e left on the port hand. times he escaped a goring by the clos sufficient. When a man is suddenly priests of the middle ages. They were spelled more than a dozen ways. Fa ttiation marks semicolon that he often shot, whether from the front or behind forbidden b. ecclesiastical law to use When there are two or more chan- j est margin. nels these are distinguished by a differ- ' "The toreros did not for a moment he drops on his face, for the truth Is swords, but got around the law by ther Hennepin called it gets them in the wrong place and that La Salle, Shecagou: on an old French they are a nuisance comma anyhow , ence either in the size or in the shape Jose their heads. Calmly and dex that there is much more weight in the using the mace, a terrible weapon. map of 1CS2. Chekagou; on another old j period j terously they of Hie buoys. maneuvered "until one or front of the spinal column than be against the armored men of tbe time,A map (1GT3) in the Historical society In the choice of the trace as the typeisolated rock, wreck or any ob- - them drew the bull off. when another hind it. Another shark on literature comma of authority the idea of democracy library at Madison, Wis.. It Is Chi-- ' however comma says that it is impos-- struchon that has a channel on either caught the intruder by the arm and The fact is that when we are stand caugua; Father Gravier (1090) wrote ' sible for any person to write without siue of it is shown by a buoy with red marched him across the ring to the ing a large number of powerful ratis was rigidly carried out. In the early it Chicagoua. and in 1700 St Sosme ' using punctuation marks period Being a,ld black horizontal stripes, shade of the mayor's box. There the cle.s (both front and back) are simui days only n few men out of the whek; Buoys showing white and black wrote it variously Chikagu, Chicagou, 0f a genteel turn comma we do not feel youth, who had taken this means or taneously at work, the effects ot their ' were authorized to wear swords, bot and Chicago, he being tbe first nue coming right out and calling the pendicular stripes and lying In mid gaining an audience, lifted up a action being to neutralize each other any and all of the people could se to give the letters the arrangement latter gentleman a quotation marks ' channel indicate that they must be mournful voice and asked for food Thus the legs would fall forward were good stout stick, and so the weapon which finally was settled upon as the ' nar comma quotation marks but we passed close to avoid danger, asserting that he was starving a it not that tbey are kept vertical on of their majesties the people was A a" indication that there is a turnauthorized spelling. Charlevoix gave have demonstrated comma to the satis- statement that seemed by no means the feet by the strong tendon it he 'chosen. When the speaker presides the sarae spelling in 1721. In the faction of ourself comma at least com- - m point in the channel we see buoys improbable. The response was thumbs Achilles) at the back of the heel and any members slow signs of ra-Greejiville treaty (as revised; it is Chi ma that writing can be done without surmounted by triangles, cages, etc. the same time the muc!es of tin dulging In fisticuffs and will not obey down. But he gained his noint. in a fcagm- There are buoys which are also fog wav. for he was sriven n formi.-h- f it. thigh are tightened so as to prevent us the speaker's gavel the sergeant-a-taklnuse of any punctuation mark what- the a sitting position, and the mus arms or his deputy is directed to "show ,1'IH an old deed filed away among , soever period How do you like it e ' signals, such as the bell buoy and the prison. whistling buoy The latter is used off "incidents of the sort had grown so cles of the back are nulled archives of the Chicago Historical terrogation point Brooklyn Eagle. 'the mace." That functionary the coast to show dangerous outlying frequent of late in Seville as to make the trunk does not stoop torwani Mi the mace and marches up to the offend or j . society, as applied to the river ing members, who are supposed to be ho.".ls or other obstructions. i It is sur- necessary a new law, promulgated In head is prevented from dropi n. creek (1774), it is plainly written Chi- SwInburne Used Profanity Often, awed into good behavior at sight of mounted by a locomotive whittle made in ma letters nn. thnt ,ur'c nm,m the chest by the cagou. The word was the Indian word in tin-- :, bad-fo- r ...... Swinburne would have suffered !,. . .".r- - V.....V..U IJI.S.UU. this big stick garlic or wild onion and signified ,v if , lhlrfv s,,un,vr swenrinz tax to sound by the rushing through it Printed words in all probability meant of the neck. Not long ago when two members got strong, mighty, power- - jjad oecn enforced against him. He ' of !1"' a(lmitttcl and compressed by the nothing to this neglected son of Se to the red men That the upright is not its norma courageous. position Is easily shown by rln- tact into a row and it seemed as IX blows rising any falling motion of the buoy vie nil, lived the British hotel in Cockspur, were about to be exchanged, the Uselt It has been found that these j In 1723, a chief bore the name Chi-- O"1-- " ' ,,,,1 that a man nods as he is tailing of,,-U ..V..i , ,, ,, UJ ......... .!... nnvwWa ....., cago uinuer some one oi its many cept in uansoms. which, whatever the I,m,vs aie parin-uianfor as soon as tbe controlling, nervou speaker promptly ordered the sergeant-auapieu iu iur The Uncertain Apple Tree. ,. , . . ,li .nnii i J .1 m.uv spellings), who went to Taris and was ' djstance, he invariably remunerated i ,llll"iit waters, inasmuch as" Hie mort orce is ueaueneu tue .neaa urops ior iu i K.. im-i.i.c. An apple tree is the result of a grafi by Its own weight, only to be sergeant took the mace, inarclied op to ,B "" made much of by kings and princes.' ; with a shilling. When he drove two '"" "L lUB u,c awuu" from tbe tree that is known to be u ward t,,e huo'- The whistling producer of a certain kind and llavoi pulled back Into position again with j the two belligerents and stood, mace lvon out , miles beyond the radius there was the! I,uo :I ",ost "nnleasaiit neighbor, may "Watches" on Board Ship. of apples. It the seed were planted a jerk when the brain become, ml In band, majestically, before thero. devil's own row. But in the matter of j This, however, had not the slightest on Doaru an snips a series oi imprccfltion the poet was more than a oc ncara a ai uistance or anout ten and one relied on it to produce ri select denly aware of an unusual attitude aa-- i effect, and the sergeaut-at-armvery favorable conditions Krade of fruit the resuH would be dis miles Under "watches" are established, so that j raatch for a cabby. who after five k iously Inquired of a member sittins: it has been heard fifteen mile is shared equally among the sail- utes of it vvollId drive off as tbough Ue nnnninrin"- for the reason th:if Rivers and a Mountain Range. next. "What am I to do with the am$ The bell buoy consists of the bottom the seed the mot remarkable varieties ors. To aid tLis object also the crews had beeJ1 rated bv Beelzebub himself, The range of the Blue Ridge moun ' section of a buoy floating in the water will be shown. Perhaps they will he are divided into two divisions, star- London chronicle tains in Pennsylvania is Jy n wlllt.h tlje member res,)0ndet ln m which is mounted framework miserable little erabapples or tnissh:iii river every twenty seven dljjdeans to. , board ana port. A ship s day com- ,TecU .em Qn he wh, bearing a bell which, instead of the en. bitter fruit or a useless conglomera lows: brom Susquehanna to the wa , . . mences at noon, and there are seven .. Does indeea. --, ,i !, itetni,. friin --mfni. t,.mm, nil i nary tongue and clapper, shows a tion The seed somehow or other hark-bac- k "" . Little Willie, who was puzzled over mall cannon rr miles: from tie. ! tara. twenty-seve- n 8..V..."'m.. k7'Z... v.... t . . 13 ball supported on a plat .. , In the forenoon one day has the after- - .. to Its origin, notwithstanding uscnuuii uiuii.ui Swatara to the Schuylkill, twentj LUC liU UU Ul l.lilvVia UIX(.I.I. CXIUVfc.l, noon next day, and the men who have orin just beneath the bell's mouth years of cultivation The varieties ol seven miles: from the Schuylkill to tin house, and a roar of laughter and ar asked his father. "How do you pro- This ball rolls to and plause followed. In which even the fro with evpry apples known today are a result ot Lehigh, twenty-seve- n four hours' rest one night have eight nounce the first name of n miles: from tin, belligerents were obliged to join. , next. This Is the reason for j notion tif the sea hours the careful selection and constant grafting Lehigh to the Delaware, twenty-sevei- . with a short u or a long one?" t Cell buoys are employed In In general, however, before tHe maco having "dog watches," which are made harbors of the better kind from year to yeai miles. At the next twenty-sevemile- "Oh, doesn't make any difference!" j md by dividing tie hours between 4 p. m. replied it rivers where the water is smooth until the present development has beej f n hnllrtTT. tf tvn lnmnn It. l.l.l. can be shown, the members rush in the father, who didn't know. i i' ., i in the roadsteads and where j attained. Harper's. nnd 8 p. m. into two watches. i and separate men whose tempers have "Well. I don't know!" said the boy. i n than l j got not necessary that their vunl the better of them, who have exis "I think It makes a good deal of difchanged the He or the blow that always Living on Rubber. hall be heard a great distance Handsome Goethe. ference whether a man is nud or nude Maybe It Was Accidental. llik i.wliii.iit- !,... ni,- r.f .. '.f.hlu follows. Members engaging in these The rubber slug is one of the many In the arctic regions!" CJoethe was pronounced "tbe hand Pastor Goodsole had just preached ling rthe bell variety. Is made either somest man ot Europe." He was a lit rows are always called before the bar pests of rubber plantations. It attacks It may have ot the house and sterulv reprimanded it wood or of iron. Those of iron are tie over six feet in height, but so well sermon on "Gossiping." the young trees and feeds on the juice been, therefore, wholly imintentiona. by tbe speaker. who talks like a Dutch Her Perfect Vork. ' 41Jt: vui. UU41US luuui ii.i.nir. , The pretty trained nurse bent over kMIow with air right compartments proportioned that he did not seem tall that he gave out the tirst stanza of the md are of three shapes, called re xince t0 tbem anti caiis thero by name. been cast on the suggestion that any her patient, a young man who was b- - ipectively nun. can and ice buoys, His features were of the Roman type, closing hymn in this wise: This "naming" Is the only time a memanimal couiu subsist on runner, a light than dark, his his hair rather get b"ttPr Blow ye the trumpet, olow riie nun buoy is almost conical in ber's name Is used ln debate. He is at saucerfui of juice was placed before Rln,n?I l? The gladly solemn sound' turn voIurI head. sir?" she liape. the can buov approaches the whole appearance commanding. Even ,s,'a gome rubber slugs, which lapped it up j other times "the member from to extreme old age he retained a largi Let all the neighbors know in her low. voice. or "the gentleman from ylindrical form, and ice buoy is share of the persoual good looks tha To earth's remotest bound. like a cat lapping up milk Scientists ' you. Miss Angel," return-- I very long and narrow,the "No. thank These collisions rarely. If ever, occur somewhat re earlier in life bad made him so ar have come to the conclusion that this He looked preternaturally solemn, ana ; embllng the spar buoy in form. tlug contains some rubber digesting ed the convalescent. "You have turn-there wasn't the slightest flicker ot an between members anywhere except on tractive. ffl it already." Youth's Companion. I he wooden or spar buoys are sticks the floor of the house. Everything is. terment as a gastric juice. eyelash. Chicago Tribune. . permitted in the freedom of debate niiging In length from twelve to sixty . The Unexpected. A Forced Confession. nor is a member held accountable outWhat Jane Said. 'eet and painted according to the uses Prizefighter (entering school with his A Sample. "Pshaw! Here's the rain coming r which they are to be put The son) You give this boy o mine "Did yon hear the satirical reply "Why did you cover that board with side for anything he mcy say on the" down again and somebody's stolen my ower end is fitted for a mooring chain thrashing yesterday, didn't yer? School Jane Sharp made to Tommy Glider?" paint and lean it against your gate floor. Through this freedom of speech umbrella." Buoys have many vicissitudes and master (very nervousi Well I members say things they wonld not "No; what was it?" post?" "Somebody's stolen what?" He said. 'It wouldn't be my money ire exposed to many dangers Passing Prizefighter Well, give us J'That," replied Mr. Growcher. "Is a dare to utter elsewhere- - In the old "Well, the umbrella I've been carry- steamers run down the iron' huoys and your 'and. You're a champion. I can't days duels followed the exchange of you woald marry me for. would It?' " ing for the last week or so." Catholic lp them open or cut off big pieces ot do nothln with im myself. Loudon sample for tbe benefit of the people the lie. and the Graves-Cille- y duel, the aid Jane say?" "And what who won't believe paint ls fresh until v Standard and Times. spar buoys with fheir sharp propeller Punch. John Randolph and Henry Clay "She said. 'What awful conceit!' " they have rubbed their fingers acrosn and many historical encounters tdofc blades. As the iron buoys are made Cleveland Plain Dealer Washington Star. place. But in the evolution of governOur Emotions. they are seldom ti compartments, Its Characteristics. All things have a resurrection exment the principle became firmly fixed Precautionary. by such collisions, but their line "The principal characters In that rnk True to Life. cept the emotions. They are born, t flotation is often so lowered that play are a baby and a horse." Why do you strike Hard-nppthat there must be absolute freedom Blobbs "What success have yon had with of debate and that uo man could br for a loan every time you meet they die, they never return- - A joy or Miey have to be replaced Harper "That dramatist Is evidently dolus: the portrait of your mother-in-law?- " held responsible outside for anything .hlngs with mite and mane."-Hai- tihim? You know be never has any a despair once gone Is a phantom for- A'eekly. "Tremendous. It ls such a speaking said on ever. Merely in self dethe floor of either house. Af f More American. Slobbs mouey. likeness that my brother, when he bo the dueling practice was droppe ray boy It. If I didn't strike him Didn't Se? fense, came to look at It, instinctively put congress long before public gintiriis A Tenso Matter. Now." said the lawver. -- please Merely a Brother. he'd strike me. Philadelphia Record- his cigar behind his back." Fllegende abolished It Millie Was that your intended with elsewhere. No libel sn" how the altercation began.' Young Lady Please show me soi. Blatter. holds for anything said In open debate, 'I didn't see any altercation.' ;ies. Clerb-- A gentleman's tie? Ytv. The highest compact we can make whom I saw you yesterday? Grace and "1 wim too busv wm Let there be truth: fes, my present "future," so to speak. Lady Oh, no; It's for my brnthe? with our fellow Is. Patting yourself on the back is a dlt speechiu every way the freedom ot -- Satire. ls jealously guarded and main, us forevermore. Emerson. Kliegende Blatter the -fight" Chicago Record M twcJ 3cult task seldom done gracefully. i lained - Chicago Record Herald. COLORS OF BUOYS POWER OF THE OCTOPUS. PERRY SCOTT'S TURKEY. TALK CONGRESS I ! ! Rnpq s .... ; t I ! , J i I - -"- . ' i - ! ' ',h,r. f"" -- ;- ZIZ 7 i, - - , : f ;..,h ..,,.,. y ( m.t-n- rl . ! ' - 1 I , 71 -- ' - - "' - . I" ', tbt I'wu ,v. I legls-hand- ed repre-continu- ed -- v.-w- x I , j "" r,Lri. lui;i1 .. ?' - ! e I ; "-- - MU," ! ' I t t J i : .. ! I - e. I r-'- d : J I I ! - Che-cau-go- u; I ' 1 ! ; . per-Chicaq- u I ! ' : I , - At g in-th- j ..,..- teiisi-vj.ith- a ! ts - j y I V I ' -- nr'nt : - -- y I a-.- n -- I b-- v - ! . I s min-wor- ti-ii- -- ! i ' - . .. -d Itas-musse- n I til. i ! - - """ I -- -- aps . If 3l e u-- s ri""-witnes- . -- jAei a JS !&- - tk,lafenWro. .,3)-a- r -- - ; .. .- - 1?-a- j V TKE ADAIR COUNT GOUHTY MWS THE WHIR Columbia, HEWS of 'Published Every Wednesday -BY THE was permanent the Masonic Home Journal ior,M Chairman, of the convention, and publication. D. 6: Eubank ) the proceedings were very J. I. Stansbery Committee. ) E. C. Page Figure ii outjoryomelj? BEraWBffiBBB ? Adair County News Company. ( Eight members of the Adair present. Longstreet. We are having dry weather county Republican Committee A proEDITOR. .resigned last Monday. CHAS. S. HARRIS gressive Committee was named newspaper devoted to the Democratic and Mr. G. P. Smythe was electof the City of Columbia and the people ed Chairman. It is our underAdair and adjacent counties. standing that a new Republican as Entered at the Columbia committee was named and Mr. class mall matter. Frank Sanders selected as in-re- Incorporated.) at , st Services at Fairview was large- ly attended last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wade are visiting the latters mother, Nrs. Elizabeth Foley, near Fonthill. ( I ' Post-offi- ce sec-e- d ing them to go unpainted. Why not ? Faint Insurance is worth even more to you than Fire Insurance yet is often Badly neglected "and you are the loser. MASTIC PAINT for 40 years has proven the "real protector" of buildings. For quality service economy and beauty of finish it has no equal, Ask for color card, You carry Fire Insurance and why P At'-"- " Because of the danger of sudden loss. Because it protects you against this uncertainty, although your buildings may never burn down. Do .you protect them against decay against the weather against the dead certainty of depreciation resulting from allow- ffED. ATJft., 7. 1912 PAULL DRUG co. Democratic Ticket. -- daughter, Mrs. W. E. Bryant, for Commonwealth's Attorney ningham. Sunday. by the Democrats of the Miss Cora Wilson attended last Judicial district last the Sunday school convention at Mrs. James Humphreys, vho( IP ' Saturday. Vice President Russell Springs Wednesday of has been on an extended visit to THOMAS R. MARSHALL her son, Mr. J. J. Humphreys, last week. of Indiana. The National Progressive Mrs. S. B. Rexroat who has vi. xciitnouic, xuu., iciuuicu Party is now in convention at been, one day last week. quite sick is improving. 13, 14, 15 16 For Congress will Col. Roosevelt Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Dulworth Mrs. A. G. Bernard is visiting HARVEY HELM probably be nominated her daughter, Mrs. Ada Kelcy, land little son, Ollie, Mr. and of Lincoln County. Don't fail to come and see the man go above Mrs. G. O. Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. near Jamestown. Wilbur Beard, spent last Sunday The contest between Hon. the clouds in the Air Ship each day We are Tribute of Respect, wiLii ivii. ctuu ixiib vj. xv. reat:. Harvev Helm and Judge J. A Rowe's X Roads offering a very attractive premium list Elder J. R. Woodrnm filled Sullivan for the Democratic nom- For Catalogue write ination is now a thing of the! Tampico Lodge, No. 419, F. Grover McKinney is building a his regular appointment at this TIT T rt ane TTll past. Mr. Helm carried every ana A- - m" vaiie' IV" fine house ir this ville. Lnnis Pce the second Sunday and Sunday night. county infthe district, and has to ' Psed the following resolutions Bailey is the boss of the job. W. ALEXANDER, Sec. the death of John W. Han- his credit the magnificent major- - Jon Sunday School is progressing Dock Barnes bought a house ity of over 7,000. There hasjcock: Burkesville, Ky. and lot here from Finis McKin-- ; nicely at this Place with Mr- Whereas, It has pleased the nnf. hPPn a HmP whm his sun. ' Richard boode as superintend-- ; ley for $225. i J urana Arcmtecti oi me XT universe porters had a doubt as to He lilO ' Silas Sullivan delivered a great wisdom to again nomination, though few, if any n his infinite Miss Lillie Wheeler spent last; SOUnd the alarm at the outer lecture last Sunday night at the' vF fViQTYl Qvnonfc1 onnli o cf Oak Grove church. His text Saturday night with Miss Ethel! of majority. His opponent, a man idoor of our Tabernacle, and call "Man's Inhumanity toW10"" of ability, closely allied with the from labor here on earth to'was' Mr. W. F. Feese, wife and in the Man." eternal powers mat oe in rranKiort, ar1"""" refreshments wi AH Mnp.Mr ' celestial Lodge above, Brother ' T1 Dewitt Kimbler and Girtie children spent last Sunday with cnnJoi fr.'T,A nf n " t lof fflc i i u,c ,aireia UIUU1CI Mr. J. B were marnea nere last made an aggressive fight and en- - John W. Hancock, on the 24th ' & Sunday. They will live on the Watson. thused many rff his friends, but iy1'2the willinrrnpss of Dpmonrflfstn! In the death of Brother Han-- I old Wash Bloyd farm on Crocus. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Russell and Sidney 0. Collins landed here daughter, Miss Nannie, of Co- rnidnrsp anrl to rptain nnr HiHn-- ' cock. Tamnico Lodee has lost one .VW W WM. VMW ...k guished Congressman in our Na- of its most highly honored with his family this week from lumbia, spent several days on Green river last week visiting tfT tional Congiess, was so over- members, who since his initia- - Moody Texas, on a few weeks whelming that the result was a tion into the fraternity stood in visit. He reports times good in f riends and relatives. Tonnie, little daughter of Mrs. landslide. We take it that the the front ranks of its teachings, Texas. Crops are good there W. E. Bryant, is on the sick Democrats in every county, like j and it is fitting upon this ssd oc-- 1 this year. in Adair, voted for Mr. Helm be- - j casion that we should express j Misses Lula Barger and Flora list. mr. joe .uyons ana nepnew, cause they wanted him and not our appreciation of his many Stephenson, of Columbia, were DUSTER Browns "DARNLESS" Hosiery is sold under the because of any dislike of Judge good qualities, which made his here last Sunday to see Mrs Mr. Elmer Murrell, of near Cane - Guarantee of "Dollar Box of Four Pairs Guaranteed Four Sullivan, that they were satisfied presence among us a pleasure Cook, who is in bad health at Valley, visited Mn w. P. Dun- Months" the same as "Six Pairs Guaranteed Six Months ' years this time. bar, last Sunday. with the work he has done and is and a benefit. Thirty-tw- o for $1.50." in both cases, it's simply a matter of guaranteeing your helping to do, and not because ago he was born in the good There was Children's Day at Miss Ann Cave is visiting her hosiery against darning for 25c a month but y Oil don't havcto buy they doubted the ability of his county of Adair, where he inhal. Mt. Vernon church here last nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. SO many pairs of Buster's to obtain his guarantee. opponent. It is an enthusiastic ed the pure air of hospitality, Sunday, and the church had L. G. Weatherford, this week. Buster endorsement, and was given de- - together with the love of the! bought a new organ This was TTQQ" Guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chelf vis- Brown's Hosiery liberately and honestly without! beautiful, which he exemplified dedicated to the service of God ited the latter's mother and fa undue influence, prejudice or in his consideration for others in the evening services by Eld. ther, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Spur- For Men, Women and Children passion. In this county no mon- and the surroundings of his home, Gooden. Miss Martha Murry ling, of Mannsville, last Sunday. All Weights, Styles, Colors and Sizes ey or other means of corruption About ten years ago he moved to was the organist for the day, so It's smooth and sheer, reinforced by 2, 3 and On the 30th of July, Mrs. strong linen thread were used. Both sides entered ouiuiii, a aim aaejjicu d pu-- you see tnac mi. vernon is up Mollie Hovious, wife of B. V. at heel, top, knee, sole and toe. Has "German Loop" elastic sticth at an agreement to this end and sition with the L. & N. Railroad and coming to the front. My. Hovious, went to toe, high spliced heel and French "tear proof" garter lop. Buster meet her God. lived faithfully to the contract, Co. His faithfulness to duty, his God help then-- . Brown's "DARNLESS" Hosiery buyers have thrown their darning She leaves a husband and three and as a result, there is not a sound judgment, and his work Miss Callie Ganes, Mona Helm, needles away. charge against the winner, and proved a success, and was pro- Ed Helm and wife, spent a day children. The interment took & CO. every man is now heartily a sup- moted several times, his last po- and night with the family of place at the Harden cemetery, i near Christie Chapel. porter of the nominee. Here's sition being Chief Train Dis Beldon Helm, this week. Columbia, Ky. Mrs. H. B. Ingram, of Colum lifting our hat to our nominee patcher. We linger more fondly j Mrs. Susie Hadley is on the bia, and daughter, Mrs. Ollie our choice, and promising the over those admirable traits of sick list this week. best he could expect from th's character that made Brother We had a big rain Tuesday Shively, visited friends and relatives at this place, a 'few days county in November. Through- Hancock among us a comfort nght" of last week. out the entire State the primnry and leaves with us his memoay The Rice Bros. , of color, had Miss Flossie Arnold spent last measured up to the expectation as a valuable inheritance. Wise a great singing at Liberty Sunday with Miss Flora Hovious. of the people. Like the true 'in counsel, devoted in friendship, j Incorporated church last Tuesday night. The Several from this place attendDemocrat that he is, Mr. Sulli-- 1 with an almost unlimithd con-va- n crowd was very large, and the ed the basket singing at Jones' wired Mr. Helm his congrat-- ! fidence in those who won his singing was very good. Chapel, last 2nd Sunday, and retelling him that himself teem he reflected the light of Now if this is worth any thing, ported a nice time. and his friends would cheerfully his own character in the estimate support him at the November of others. His Lodge, his church, don't let it lie over until it stinks Residence Phone 13 B Business Phone A. you have been doing my letelection. and societv has lost a valuable like Windows, Doors, DR. J. N. .MURRELL member, and many of us have ters lately. At the Eighth- distpict Blinds, Columns, lost a personal friend. We hereDENTIST Convention, held at by exCend to those ear and dear Danville last Thursday, every Knifley. Brackets, Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'c county in the Eighth was repre- to him our heartfelt sympathy. Mouldings, up Stairs. sented but two. Strong resolu And as a mark f our esteem, The farmers are taking advantions were adopted enforsingj and in fraternal rememberance Stair Work. Kentucky. of his many virtures, that a copy tage of the pretty weather to Columbia, Col. Roosevelt and condemning Ask ". their wheat, grass and . of these resolutions be spread save XT i. -. 11 O oeuatur w. kj. .oraaiev. t uew For WA nted, 50 boys to sell novelties "n egates were named to the Chica- upon the minutes of this Lodge, oats. Misses Julia and Eulan Corbin Fairs, shows, ar' hsll games. Be first; Our go convention, and W. S. Law-wil- l, that a copy be sent to his bereavwrite Send 10 cents for terms of Boyle county was elected ed mother and father under seal visited Miss Lillie Wheeler SunComplete postage ect. I i of thi3 Lodge, that a copy be day. member of the State Central W. T. Hodpen, Box 232, ' Catalog. Mrs. R. A. Corpin visited hel Campbellsville, Ky. Commit tee. Mr. G. P. ?mythe, given the county paper 'and the WOODROW WILSON of New Jersey. Har-rodsbu- rg For President Miss Vinie Wade who has been sick is able to be in school again Mr. Emmet Puyear, of Dan School at Clear Spring is pro-- . J. L. ville, son of Mr. R. E. Puyear, gressing nicely under thej Campbellsville, was nominated management oi ivir. w. u. oun-- ; w . g Wilson. Greensburg, Ky., J. H. Womack, Russell Springs, Ky., Simcoe Dockery, Jamestown, Ky. i r - 1 I Burkesville Ati. and j I , i i f i T A l j Jr. , -- A 1 . i- i , L. i J j ! '.. j ! ! i j ' . Krk-Vi-- Fresh Supply GoodYearWingf Rubber Tire at Coffey's Shop. Put on at $14.00 per set. work Guar GOFF BROS. COFFEY. anteed. Buster Guarantees ! ; WW MT I j j j You Against Darning For 25caMon th . N i I j j j j j ! "FbARWT UrhLy LDOO 4-ply ! j ! . RUSSELL V f ! j Hughes & Sons Co Louisville, Kentucky. J ns, i WHOLESALE LUJ - Pro-gressiv- e Rnr?w m " T- r -- to-da- y. . gg -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS $ 4 V -- v, Continued from Parc 8 C CLASS V. hitch up " Reed SheltorvII A.- - Cresweell, of ICnoxville, Tenn.j Tom Judd, John A. HITCHING CONTEST. 130 ' To the lady who can a horse correctly, and drive once around the ring the quickest. No snaps allowed on harness 10 00- 7 50 2 50 CLASS 131 132 Prettiest boy baby under 14 months old V BABY SHOW. 5 00 girl Prettiest months old baby under 14 5 00 CLASS X ADAIRCOUNTY RINGS. 133 The best combined gelding owned in Adair County prior to July 15th, 1912 V 10 00 7 00 3 00 1 34 The best combined mare owned in Adair County prior to July 15th, 1912 CLASS Y. and Ernest Harris and Mark Holla-da- y left, for the Mammoth Cave Monday morning The three first named are making the tripafoot. Prof. C. Turner, who will' he the principal of the public Schools, this city, arrived with his wife the first of last week. They have taken rooms at the home of Mrs. M. E. Marcum. Prof. Turner comes to Columbia highly endorsed as an educator. Mrs. M. E. Marcum, returned from Martinsville, Ind., last Thursday, greatly improved. Her daughter Miss S. R. Marcum, who was with her at the Springs, came to Columbia with her and will remain several days before returning to Rock Hill, S. C. Mr. Carte. Collins and wife, Dallas. Texas, arrived in Columbia Saturday night, en route to their former lwme, -- r t ft ' Lindsey - Wilson Training School EL M&r . -- & S Russell count'. 10 00 7 00 3 00 CONSOLATION RING. 135 The best stallian, mare or ing geld- Blackberries Wanted. Fifty gallons of blackberries wanted any age, shown any way which has not taken a premium of any kind at this fair. . at the 10 00 7 Lindsev-Wilso- n. 50 2 50 EsRota Texas. Dear Editor. July and are Bargain Days August ! Clearance Sales in every Department of our Big Store are the order and price Concessions hold sway If in need of Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum i Inclosed find money order, $1.-0for my subscription for the Adair County News another year, and keep the good old News com-inI enjoy reading the news from my Adair and Russell coun ty friends. It is awfully dry and hot out here. Cotton is suf fering a great deal from the hot winds, but if it will rain in the 6 next week there will be lots of s cotton made. Myself and wife! Now 0, g. 1 safe Place to put your Children. Offers opportunities for education unexcelled anywhere. Enter Sept. 3rd, and get in line for advancement in College work, Teaching, Business, Mtrsic, Expression. Tuition,. $2, $3, $4; Board $9.50 per month. Write for Catalogue. A ! Neilson & Moss, i Columbia, Kv. Runabouts. Russeii spring note! miles East of Columbia Buggies Surreys Open for Guests Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. . have just returned from Spring greally improved For present or future use, it will pay you handsomely to look where we spent twenty- w If Ice can be secured, Ice Cream and five days. Sure had a nice trip. over our large Assortment of special priced Merchandise. Lemonade served every Saturday We like to burned up crossing afternoon and night. the Deserts of Arizona. The Hubbuch Bros., & Weilendorff health and wind was just as hot as fire. It ComeL and recuPeratf y have a pleasant time and rest, Incorporated ' was fine going right off of the 522 and 524 West Market St. desert into the pretty Orange ' Rates: $1.00 per day, $5.00 per week. groves and Grape vinyards LOUISVlIIe S BiggeSt Carpet StOre. !around Colton and Pomona Call- I. M. Tuller, Proprietor. fornia. Our first stop was Los Angles, a fine town with a popu- ramoved from Ozark to Mr. P. Mr. M. R. Yarberry, who is in the revenue service, located, temporally, lation of three hundred and eigh- M. Bryants near this place a few at Louisville, is at home on a visit. ty thousand. Los Angles is weeks back is reported better. Mr. Hugh Noe is inlColumbia. Rev. .1. T. McCormack, wife and twenty-fiv-e miles from the Mr. ft. T. Bryant and family returned from son, Mr. Guy McCormack, Louisville, Miss Vic hughes has Cali-iornia Woodson Lewis '. Greensburg Kentucky, I Personal 1 are visiting relatives in the county. "Dr. J. .1. Booker, was here a few Mr. Lee Bridgewater, of Jvanna days ago. ,Okla , and Mr. W. B. Bridgewater, of Mr. B II. (Mlpin was here last Loufsville, are visiting relatives in the county. Thursday. Mr. C. M. Barnett is at home for a Mr. L. L. Anderson, General Agent few days. of the Connecticut Mutual Life InMrs.. L. B. Hurt, is visiting her par- surance Company, was here a day of last week. ents in Lebanon. Messrs 6am, Anderson and Miss Miss Mae Stults, who was quite sick Susie Murrell. and Mr. Purd Bryant, last week, is better. of Craycraft, left on a visit to ChamMr. S. X. Hancock, has been quite paign, 111., Monday. sick for the past week. Mr. Ed Conover, a native of this Mr. Hay Flowers spent several dajs county, who has been in Carroll counTexas. ty, Mo., for sixteen years, arrived last Miss Ilogard, who has been living in week on a visit. Xebiaska, arrived last week. Miss Sallie Caldwell, a three year Knoxville, old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Mr. II. A. Cresweell, of Caldwell, Portland, paid The Xews Term., is visiting Mr. Reed Shelton. Miss Jennie McCorkle is quite sick, her first visit last Friday. at the home of Mr. S. X. Hancock. Mr. Dan Curd, the popular wholesale dry goods salesman, visited quite a Mr. Henry Coleman and wife Lebanon, were here the tirst of this week. number of stores in Adair county last week. He spent Saturday in ColumMrs. A J J. Patteson and children bia. have returned from Bourbon county. Mr. W. S. Knight, cashier of the Mrs. Zilpa Wheat, who has been Bank of Jamestown, and Mr. W. II. in the South, returned home last Phelps, a prominent citizen of Russell week. county, were here Monday to attend Mi's. Rollin Browning, who has been the pike meeting. sick for several months, improves very Mrs. Priscilla Ilohoney, returned slowly. from Louisville last Saturday night. Mr. .1. N. White, who is in the She states that her sister, Mrs, Bettie revenue service, is at home for the Butler, continues to improve, and will present. reach home in about ten days. Mrs. W. II. Grissoni, is visiting at Mr. .1. A. Sharp, of Amandaville, Heaverdain, Central City and Evans-vill- was here Monday. On his return Ind. home he was accompanied by his sisMrs. It. L. Bunnel, of Louisville, is ter, Mis. Lillie Moss, who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. J. X. Murrell, visiting in Adair, from Texas, for several weeks of this place. e, . Pacific Ocean. When we would get tired in town we would take the street car and run down to Long Beach and take a plunge in the ocean and go back to town feeling fresh. It was a fine business, rolling in the hot sand hnvp liisf: rpfnrnprl from n viaif i Sells A .Gar Load Of Buggies Satiirday. Eyiej to Roley where they have been visiting relatives. Our school at Concord is pronicely gressing under the management of Mr. James Hayes. aturday June 22nd. Main last week in Glasgow. Miss Pearl Hindman. school Superintendent paid our school a cisco. We didn't like San Franvisit one day last week. cisco as well as Los Angles on Mr. J. B. Powel) and wife, of account of it being so cool up Cumberland river, are visiting, there we liked to froze to death, from the ocean breeze not being friends and relatives here. used to it, nor much water of! Mrs- - MyrtIe B,air and Miss) any kind in Texas, it went pret- - Etta Bryant were visiting ati fi T II pi t ty hard with us. We went all KU55e" &P&s rrom last rrmay over the Golden Gate park in San,until Sunday. Mr- - J- - O. Polley, traveling Francisco. It was about the 1 then into the cool water. Our next stop was San Fran- Street for two-hours Greensbura; was Blookedl with Buggies sold bv Wood Lewis. , ) During the ' . T" day Town Marshall called on to clear the street. "V ' ' ! ' s i Attorney General Jas. Garnett, came home and participated, in the primary Saturday. Mr. II. T. Baker, made a business trip to Danville and other blue-gras- s towns last week. Uld. Lawrence Williams and wife, of Valtosta, Ga., are visiting in Columbia and Adair county. returned from Miss Mary-Mill- er, Bowling Green where she attended school, last Friday evening. Rev. J. B Dyer, well known in Russell county, died suddenly at last Sunday morning. Mrs. W. L. Welcker, Knoxville, Tenn., is visiting her brother, Itev. J. R. Crawford,'1 for a few days. Camp-bellsvili- e, Mr.' Leslie Chapman, of Braden-towFla., is vis'ting his parents and friends in Columbia. He reports that he is well pleased with the South, and that Mr. S. F. White and family are enjoying fine health. u, Messrs. Robt. Ingram, S. Wilson, 3D. Snow, J. E. Hughes, A. M. Foley, Mr. Becknell, Frank .Tames, Elbert Darnell, all of Russell Springs, were here last Monday in the interest of the proposed turnpike swellest thing we saw on our representative for the Silvestonl What is the CailSe of these PheilOmiilllialt We also went through 'Publishing Co., Chicago has just trip. Sales. China town. It was a great returned from a trip through the eastern part of the county where sight. There are seventy-thou- sand Chinamen in San Francisco. he has done a good business. i Returning home we visited! Mr. U. M. Grider and S. I. Easy Styles Pasadena, California. This is Blair are making preparations to Quality, Millionaires town, here we saw burn a brick kiln near this place. .-. the finest residence and yards of any place. The sunken Bush; VllSOn Store. i REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy ' garden is also located at this' town. It is eight hundred feet; Miss Annie Harden' condition iman, the Mower and Binder man, the ' deep a person could spend a week is not an better at this timeMr. and Mrs. Mart Wilson Farm' arouad this garden and never the Engine man, line spent several days last week ati get tired looking at the pretty Implement man. flowtrs. I could write a dozen Cane valley. columns on Californio, but guess Mr. H. J. Conover returned r j I have made my letter to long, j from Illinois Monday night. Yours very truly, W. G. Leach. Born, to the wife of W. T. ' 'Collions July tHe 30th, a daugh- , and Mint . !-- , - j Q-S- I ! ! J. Craycraft. iter. i J Messrs. X. M. Tutt, L. C. Winfrey, S. Breeding, W. A. Helm, and Titus Mercer, all enthusiastic supporters of Mr. Helm, went to Stanford Sunday, in an automobile, to congratulate the Eighth district Congressman. Mr. C. L Maupin and family, Wheat threshing is tHe order' Mr. R. B,-- Reaves and family of the day, we have had the ma- - spent last Sunday at the home ofl chine in our neighborhood this Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Bryant. week. Wheat is threshing out Mr. Mont and Robert Maupin reasonably well. spent the 4th Sunday-a- t the Grif-. Miss Annie Hardin who was n Springs. j GREENSBURG, KY. The Adair County News and Soth One Year for $150. Courier-Journ- al ' -- ? I G.s -- ?.l r ' 1 THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Bowels are Basis jj l Of whllCl riealtll g Tho careful mother, who Rowes X Roads. XSfgCXS)SXs) :a child's constant sood health is to keep Hie bowels regularly open. Sluggish iowels will le followed by loss of appe-"titrestlessness during sleep, irritability and a dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. At the first sisn of such disorder give ' the child a teaspoonful of Dr. Ctldwcll's Svrup Pepsin at niht on retiring and repeat the dose the following night if tnecessary more than that will scarcely "lie needed. You will find that the child "will recover its accustomed good spirits at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a vast improvement ever salts, cathartics, laxative waters .and similar things, which are altogether e, dosely the physical peculiarities of her Mrs. Carrie McDonald, 1030 Trigg Ave., children, will soon discover that the Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Grif- - Old baby tO die thlS WeeK. "most important tiling in connection with fith. Veechdale. Ky.. are always supplied ' watches too powerful for a child. The homes of Wheat threshing is a thing of the this corner of the t earth. Wheat is very good. five months .,Willie Cain,. had .a ,, , , WEEKLY with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with them, as with thousands of others, there Old Uncle John Hughes died is no substitute for this grand laxative. Jr It is really more than a laxative, for it Jast week. He Was an Old Soldier contains superior tonic properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, jn q Jate war JJe has been SL liver and bowels so that after a brief use of it aii laxatives can be dispensed member of the United Brethern with and nature will do its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular , chnrch for manv ytJcUb, he was way of a druggist at fifty cents or one nnA dollar a large bottle (familv size) can '' gOOQ nA man. to the home a sample bottU? hae of charge by sunplvaddressing Dr. free Since my last letter to the ; 405 Washington St., V"l Monticello. ill. Your name and address "Mra nrna " Kh-IW"J on a postal card will do. I1,""g """ Vioo w""' o """" lmr ' 0URIER Is a;j -- JOURNAL left me with a frightful co :ph ai d verv weak. J had spells when I cc Uid hardly breathe or speak for lb to 20 minutes. My doctor could nit help me, but I was completely cureu L HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Nacional Newspaper, Democratic in politics.- - It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER- -J OURNAL DR. KING'S New Dfsosvsry Mrs. 50c AND J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 AT ALL LI. DRbGGlSTS. C. D. si Crenshaw SURGEON - -- f VETERINARY The Daily to Frank Blatfbys, Frank is all' Smiles. Fin McKinley sold a cow the other day for $30. Otho Bibee's family was visiting your scribes here this week. AND TH 1 IB COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS I And The Times! ! The Sunday School Convention I at Liberty was largely attended, 1 a great crowd ana a great din- l! 9 Special Aftnetin lo Eyes Adair County News ! The Isfews one Year and The Times from Now until the 30th of November For Only Two Dollars. The Price of The Daily Times is $4.50 per v(ear. Bv subscribing: with us at this time you get it nearly six months for $1.00. Send in your sub scriptiou for both pa- pers at once. You will need a Daily paper During the S'SIThe them who spoke and what was the subject, I don't know I was not in the house. Now these folks had a good time they got what they went for. Brother preachers and church members we must stop these big dinners or stop your Sunday schools and prayer meeting, which one will you help to stop. Webbs X ner. So many got what they went for to see the crowd and to get their dinner. The speaking was good, Brothers W. S, Knight, F. J. Barger, Charley Kennett. Claud Harmon, Loren Phelps and C. M. Dean were the speakers. But the time has come that we can't hardly have a country Sunday school, there is so many games and basket dinners, they have nearly broke up all the Sunday schools and prayer meeting. I am opposed to them. You ask a boy or girl when they come back from one of these big din- - Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am Mon 3; well fixed to take care of stock. stock ey due when work is done or removed from stables. "I LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES if vou will snve'or send vour order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. RESIDENCE. I ONBURKSYILLE STREET, Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr l, $6.00 Joseph CJ H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Sunday Courier-Journa- Yr S2J0 ! 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. JiWhy i Adair County News andWeekly Cour .Not ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. i DggJ mmmmmw, m wmwmmmm The i& j Attention! The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. Courier Roads. Journal? iS, HENRY WATTERSON Presidential Contest And The Louisville Times will keep you Posted. Mr. Lawrence Webb and wife who have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Webb, returned to their home in Kansas Wednesday. Mrs. Law rence Webb was delighted with , I her trip, it leing her first visit to Kentucky. Mr. Federick C. Westerbeck, of Cincinnati, who spent a few days of last week with his cousin, C'"'vf ivuas mane jjuily, ac me nome & of Mr. Nathan E. Weir, returned home last Wednesday. Mr. Zack Potts is now a citizen ; , This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to 12 Editor. We Can Furnish You The News, Columbia, Ky. . t The Adair County News and the Special All Notice I ! I v , mmwm Prcs. J. 11. COCKE, Weekly Courier-Journal Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscrip tion Books of our community. Mr. Albert Wilkerson and family will leave for Illinois next Tuesday where they will make their future home. Mr. Joe Lucas who has been confined to his borne with an injured thumb is now able to be U. G. HARDWICK, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give liberal W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1SS9 - VIILiLiWRlGHTS DEALERS f mfiCfilNlSTS IN ; Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once out again. Mr. C. H. Cravens threshed d bushels of small grain recently, on his farm. Miss Beatrice Webb who has been quite sick is able to be at school again. six-hund- ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLtS. 1301 r. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TtHKTeeNTtt-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLe combination rate with Daih or Sunday Courier Journal. Write Courier-Journ- al Com-pan- y, SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work The Government Will Not carry Papers in the 'i who Cw Mail for More than one Year Fn There was quite dinner given last Sunday at the home of Nathan E. Weir, in honor of Mr. Lawrence Webb and wife, also Mr. Federick G. Westerbeck. Mrs. Weir who did justice to Kentucky reputation of cooking, was highly complimented bv her guest. a-ni- 'mmmb&kimmmm& JOBBINQWORK SOLICITED--? -- pr ma Jxlu&& ftLJ XTrim Limrf Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition !you desire, but be sure to jsend your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. A Ttlf - All Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- m. E. Jones H.H. aones Jones The Apair County News and Daily Courier-Journal rr & Veterinary Surgeon and Dentl&t 9 Jones '. We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week Mrs. J. A.. Webbs birthday party of the 18th, was greatly enjoyed friend?. byl her children and . lSl ,.5 years experience. Special attention given to Surgical and Dental work. Office at residence near Graded School " building. PHONE NO. 7. I IE Albany, Mo. ADAI R COUNTYKEWS ' I w I i t I and entertainment, and oppor - ' his sudden death was a great tunity for the proper care of our surprise to every body. He was July 23, 1912. Christian duties. a good citizen and a christian Dear Sir: Without knowledge, we can gentleman, and was ready at all What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your It has been my intentions for make no advance. We have to times to help those who were in womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the some time to write a letter to hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin educate all or we have a load to distress. The entire neigbor-hoo- d you and the subscribers of the your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take is grief stricken. He leaves carry, the uneducated. In good, newsy little paper that shoving boy Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely a into the water he a wife and four sons to mourn vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, comes to my home weekly, think- may "take to the watef like a their loss. The children all reand helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain ing that it might be of some induck," but when he has become side at this place except Mr. W. and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the terest to you to read what I have a man you may have to carry him D. Jones who resides at Knox-vill- e source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. 1911 FOR to say, and possibly, of a little Tenn. ashore. It is best that the man P benefit. W. D. Jones who was called learn to swim when a boy. Why BRIGHTER, BETTER, I left old Adair County about not start the children to school home on account of the sudden twenty-fou- r years ago and have when young? BIGGER THAN EVER It may keep them death of his father, returned to been in the north-wepart of from being overwhelmed his home in Knoxville Tenn.. Mrs. Grace Former, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. later. THE REGULAR PRICE OF Missouri most of the time since Is what she says about it: "I was so weak and This If we force them to school we af- Monday. nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had then. Yet, I have an interest ford them the opportunity of acClarence Jones, of Taylor THE LOUISVILLE TIMES faulting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose in my old home state, and of quiring higher education, with- county, is visiting his father, of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the course, contrast your country out which a man in this age of Mr J. R. Jones, at this place. fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I IS A YEAR. and happenings with that near the world cannot even be Sam Pelley, of Dunnville, was know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? me. It seems that along in the a successful beggar. Give the looking after some business matTake Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist IP YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDE winter the citizens of your vicin- child a start maybe you will ters here last Soturday. Write to: Ladies' Advisory DcpL, Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn., ity were divided on the ques- give him a chance to see the book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 60 for Special Instructions, and There is the finest prospect TO US, YOU CAN GET tion of compulsory education in higher side of life. The lower for a large beech nut crop than the schools, just as we all are on side only, can be seen by the un- been for may years This wiulJIJE ADAIR COUNH most affairs of public interest. educated. Maturity is impossi- .LctiLcu me nugs aim save tne There would be no such division ble without growth. A person corn NEWS K will not grow physically without jf we could see into the future or Mr. Ed Murrah, of Elkhorn, K proper nourishment. We force attended the funeral of Mr. R. AND even know how certain things X have effected other communities, him to eat when sick. Neither K. Jones last Saturday. X THE LOUISVILEE hoping that the same may come will he grow mentally or spiritMr. Tom Hunn passed through X to us as came to the other com- ually without proper nourish- here last week with a drove of TIMES X munity. Of course, in thus ment, education, The child is cattle. hoping we must take the times sick that does not want to go to BOTH ONE YEAR Jamestown. and other changing things into school. He will perish if left This has been unfed. It is said that public 7I is consideration. FOR ONLY from my being interested in sentiment will do anything, Mr. W. P. Barnett, Somerset, the letter written by Dr. U. L. then, build up the sentiment was in town last week stopping THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Taylor in regard to compulsory that every one should have an at the Holt Hotel. 7 is education in order to meet boldmt ' ssunuui euucauuii. The infant daughter of Mr, the best af ternoon paper TTv ly the times which are advanced. We have a law in this state to 3 Mrs. W. D. Clayton is very ted anywhere. It is plain that the west is ill with fever. 'enforce school education. As 7K Has the best corps of corre3 is far as mv observation extends. outstripping you very much in Mrs. Mary Winfrev is visitintr m the law and its effects seem to education, and of necessity you her daughter, Mrs. Aaron, 0f,,p0ndents be a complete success. I live in are behind in general progress. Denmark. Covers the Kentucky field pera town where there are no tru- I sincerely hope that you of my Miss Mayme Winfrey, Russell fectly. ants, whereas there were at one native state will see your way Springs, who was visiting relaCovers the general news field time, i. e. before the good law clear for getting those young-wa- s tives at Jamestown, was called TV passed. Before the law was sters, the future rulers and citi- - home last Tuesday on account of completely, TV passed a bunch of dirty faced, 'zens of our country, into school Has the best and fullest mar the illness of her little brother. ) dirty clothed boys and girls and keeping them there till they Mrs. Peter McKinley is very kets reports. )K might be seen at any time on the stay of their own accord, which as y ill at this writing. j) streets idling away the time. A they will do when they see their DEMOCRATIC in politics, but Mrs. Cole Coffey, Monticello, - elder brothers holdinc the everyooay. X acuaiuie uuuvciaauun was an nil- places of distinction and choice is visiting relatives at this place. posibility with them. They Mrs. Martha Rexroat is very. CEiun V(T) CIIRtfiHP. were often causing trouble among thru the aid of learning. 7K iiulll a J J W kl 1 JJu vlli iH with consumption themselves or with someone I am still trying harder than I else- - To my knowledge, there ever did to learn my lessons, as Mr. and Mrs. Otha Garner and TI0N RIGHT AWAY X are some of them behind prison I thoroughly realize that I do little son, Owen, spent last Satcosting the state a walls X certain amount for keeping up of not know much, even after forty urday and Sunday with relatives at Russell Springs. years of hard study. Q. P. SiUYTHE Yours truly, X criminals. Not one is in jail or Our school is progressing nice for X prison that has been compelled W. A. Royse. ly with Messrs. Lee A. Lawless X to attend our system of schoolP. S. Enclosed find draft for and John Story for our teachers. PIRE INSURANCE X ing, but we have a long list of and Rev. D. T. Tarter and wife & young people from our vicinity four dollars and fifty cts. ($4.50) TV which is to satisfy my account were visiting at Mr. R. W. IK X Tv REALHeSTATE X that are attending colleges and and pay my subscription for Leaches on Tuesday of last week. universities, where only a short year in advance. Yours, Miss Mollie Clemmon who has W. A. R. time ago we had very, very few been confined to her bed with away at higher institutions of Home Phone 53-typhoid fever for about six weeks Office Phone 194 learning. I have yet to hear the Pelljton. is improving nicely. first complaint in regard to the X aeKHeieKseK Little Elizabeth S'one, Monti-cellDR. T. A. SMITH enforcement of the law and its is visiting her father, J. H. Crops are looking fine. effects on this state. DENTIST Several of the ycung folks at Stone, this place. By education the state of j. tended an all day singing at The Odd Fellows are avanrmrr ...ui6 Columbia, Kentucky Missouri has in the last few a Hall on the corner near the Jones Chapel last Sunday. years made it possible that she Mr. J. P. Coffey who was hurt Falkenburg Hotel. Russell BTd'g2nd Floor Front might be fenced in and yet live We are sorry to learn that Miss saw mill is getting atCundiff off of her own resourses. And, INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD Jsie Dockery is going to give up Antle of Denmark, last Saturday 26 better. is going to do more if she she i Mr. Borders, traveling sales- - ner Place as opperator ior tne and bhnday. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long can better her school system fast CampbellsvilleUamest?wntelePnone uo- - Mlssi Mr. Herbert Barger has been as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights enough. The agriculture depart- - man for the and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. Grocery Co., made his regular) JOS,e 1S always so prompt, ana employed by Mr. Walter McKin- ment of the university is in it-I ready at any time to answer trip here last week. 58INCH TVTt ' yiott Qi VTo lAckiAr .. fTf iriTiair self a great blessing to our wifc.w, somen cals. Rev. W. H. Lemmon filled his State, Do you remember having lately put in a stock of 42 INCH f fJmvW regular appointment here last Mrs. Lizzie Cain, (nee Lizzie goods the champion milk and at the old Patterson stand. Simpson) of Texas, is vigiting Sunday. INCH 34 butter cow of the United States? Mrs. Anderson Eastham and if,-iQf fhi ninpp 26INCH The school at this place is getWell, she is owned by the univer.AAAAAHnnAAAAAAAAAAAAA raWA, K TTA7vrrrrrrrr7t7Trt?7 i rwTAA fwwvT T A A A! ffiiixr Mrs. Sarah Wooldridge and children, of Kansa s, are visiting m sity and cared for by the stu- ting along nicely under the ibinch KKSMRflSKKfl -- : smkksp a a a a Km son, were visiting her mother, Mrs. Lou Simpson. dents. That's not all our univer- management of Miss Mary Gab- - little grand A Miss Powell, from Nebraska, her daughter, Mrs Bob Neal, hert of Casev creek. sity champions either. is visiting Miss Dazzie Phelps. week' Mr. R. K Jones, of this place, Eller' last We are teaching our boys and 5 LLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STY LEJ HADE (N SIX HEIGHTS, Mr. McDowell, a cedar man, men how to grow two blades of while riding along the road near Holt Hotel WANTED, SO boys to se.l novelties in Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. grass, two ears of corn, two Mr. Sam Workman's last Thurs- - was stopping at the Fairs, shows, ar ball games.Be firstj bushels of wheat, etc., etc., day afternoon, fell dead from the 25inst. Send 10 cents lor terms write where the figure one used to ex his horse. Mr. Jones was 67 Mr. George Kearns is very postage ect. 116 Fast Market Street, Eetween First and Brook. press the, yield. Consequently, years old. He had been on the low with a cancer. W. T. Hodgen, Eox J32, Louisville, Ky. Campbcllsville, Kyicapital, time for rest decline for several months, but! Mre,. Mary Reese visited Roe we have I Are You Nervous? THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Cardui Woman'sTomc The st $5.00 ge ?iiK7?K) 1nK)7K)k , During Year 1912 ! Wedo not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List $4.50. i . i x x x , I i t I One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly ! Courier Journal One Year to-da- A Louisville Times and News ' $4.50 y 1' j mXXmKXXXXXXX o, i . ELLW00D WIRE FENCE : m . i -- - i J j I AAAAAfflr Joso-phin- e, ire,uw, ! TwWWvvAM B -- . -E- DEHLER BROS., : to-da- y. j -- - 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Premium List, Columbia Fair 54 55 ' FIRST DAY. Morning Program. CLASS A. 1 2 3 of apples of pears of peaches of 3 watermelons of three cantelopes. of grapes Best half bushel of white wheat. Best half bushel of red wheat Best display of oats Best 12 ears of white corn Best 1 2 ears of yellow Best six onions Best six sweet potatoes Best display Best display Best display Best display Best display Best display 56 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 50 00 00 5 00 5 that they may be plainly seen. All poultry will be judged according to the rules of the American poultry Association. Best trio Barred Plymouth Rock, any age Best trio White Plymouth rocks any age. . . , Best 2 Rhode Island Reds 101 - Marion, season of 1913 Special bp A. S. Chewning Best horse mule colt by my Jack Marion, a season of 1913 10 00 10 00) .. 3 00 3 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 ' 1 00 1 CLASS L PERCHEONS. 102 Best percheon stallion any age 00 25 00 15 00 1QA.00 anyage 57 Best trio Afternoon Program. 100 1 Rhode Island whites 3 00 3 00 GLASS M. 4 5 6 7 . 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2 22 23 1 any age 58 Best trio Silver Wyandottes, any age 59 Best trio White Wyandottes.any age 60 Best trio Brown Leghorns, any age 61 Best trio White Leghorns, any 2 00 2 00 2 00 00 00 ROADSTER RING 102 103 Stallion mare or gelding any age7. '. 1 15 00 10 00 5 00 , 3 00 3 00 3 00 100 1 00 1 2 00 2 00 2 00 Best double team, regardless of sex or ownership, speed style durability, soundness and pleasant handing considered 15 00 10 00 5 00 age62 63 64 65 - 00 104 CLASS N The most beautiful Stallion, mare or gelding any age, shown in hand, soundness and beauty considered $50 00 25 00 1st Best trio Rose Comb Leghorns anyage Best trio Buff Orphingtons, any age Best trio Indian Game any age Best trio Black Langshang any age-- - 3,00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 100 00 1' 00 I 1 Best six Irish potatoes Best three heads of cabbage Best half dozen tomatoes Best six beets Best display of vegetables Best three stalks of dark tobacco . . . Best three stalks of burley tobacco . . 15 00 2nd 10 00 3rd 3 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 CLASS O. 105 Best lady rider 10 00 CLASS P. 7 00 SADDLE HORSES. 00 00-- - 66 Best 67 68 CLASS B. Best buck any age Best ewe any age Best buck and two ewes trio Buff Coachin anyage Best trio White Coachin any age..-- . 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 1 v. 1 00 00 1 40 69 70 5 00 CLASS C. 1st Best trio of chickens any age, any breed Best pair bronze turkeys any 1 Soundness, conformation manners add action considered. Must have five distinct gaits, walk,rack, trot, canter, running walk, fox trot or slow pace. age.r.. 71 06 07 08 Best Stallion 1 00 1 4 years old and 2nd 2 50 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Best boar 1 year old and over. Best boar under 1 year old . . . Best sow 1 year old and over Best sow under 1 year old. . . Best sow any age Best boar any age. . . Best Sow and two or more pigs . $ 10 7 . 10 , 7 10 10 10 00 50 00 50 00 00 00 Afternoon Program. CLASS D. 31 50 00 00 00 8 00 8 00 7 50 2 50 3 00 2 50 72 Best pair Naraganset turkeys.any age Best pair White Holland turkeys over..: i 1 1500 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 15 00 15 00 10 10 00 7 7 7 7 10 5 00 3 00 3 00 1 00 I anyage breed 73 .... Best pair of Ducks any age, any Best pair of Geese any age any breed 00 109 110 111 111 2 00 2 00 2 50 100 1 00 CLASS J 32 33 Best Pheaton pony 15 hands and under to be driven by a lady accompanied by gentleman Best saddle mare 4 years old and over Best saddle gelding 4 years old and over Afternoon Program. FINE HARNESS HORSES. Considerations: 7 7 7 years old and under 4 Best Stallion 2 years old and under Best stallion year old and under 2 Stud colt under one 1 year. .. Best mare or gelding 4 years old and over Best Stallion 3 00 00 3... 1 00 00 00 3 00 3 00 5 00 5 00 3 00 3 00 5 Best mare or gelding 3 years .... 10 00 10 00 10 50 50 2 50 2 50 Soundness, pleasant handling, size, style, form and gaits, excessive speed not essential 74 75 COMBINED HORSES. CLASS E. 00 '50 2 50. 76 77 Stallion 4 years old and over . Stallion 3 years old and under 4 Best stallion 2 years old and un- . 15 00 10 00 0 00 1 0 00 7 7 7 7 50 00 2 50 5 fer3 Best stallion year old and under 2 78 Best stallion under 1 year old. 79 Best mare or gelding 4 years old or over 80 Best mare or gelding 3 years old and under 4 81 Best mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 82 Best mare 1 year old and under 2 83 Best mare under year old . 84 Best mare and colt 1 1 . 50 50 00 2 50 34 Stallion, mare or gelding any age, to be shown in harness and under saddle. Soundness, manner, style, form and gaits considered. Each animal must have five distinct gaits when under saddle: must have square trot in harness. $5000 divided as follows: 25 00 1st - 15 00 2nd Best double team regardless of 35 sex or ownewship, soundness, pleasant handling, form, styles size and gaits considered, exces sive speed not essential 15 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 2 50 3 00 3 00 7 00 old and under 4 . 112 Best mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 113 Best mare under year old. Best Stallion, mare or gelding 14 any age 4i Special premiums by V. M. Epperson owner of the Famous Duke of Adair, and best breed saddle horse in Southern Kentucky Best mare colt by Duke of Adair . Best horse colt by Duke of Adair Everything considered. 1 1 1 1 10 00 00 10 00 15 00 00 7 00 7 10 00 00 ' 10 00) 10 00 CLASS Q. 10 00 10 115 10 00 3rd 00 7 7 7 7 00300 00 Finest turnout, double team. Occupants, vehicles, horses and wearing apparel considered. To be shown without decorations. 15 00 0j00j 5) 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 00 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 CLASS R. ROAD STAKE. 116 The best roadster stallion, mare or gelding any age, speed style, soundness, durability and pleasant - 10 00' 5 00 SADDLE STAKE. Five gaited horses to be judged by their soundness, conformation ('J manners style and action. Must show five distinct gatis as follows: Walk, trot, canter, running walk, fox trot, or slow pace. Stallion mare or gelding any age 100 00 50 00 1st 30 00 2nd 20 00 3rd Most beautiful double team 15 00 10 00 5 00 Best lady rider astride 15 00 10 00 5 00 CLASS F i 35J Saddle, mare or gelding 3 years old and under four handling considered 1 5 WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1ST Morning Program. SECOND DAY DAIRY CATTLE. GLASS G. 00 1 0 00 5 00 $100 00 50 001st CLASS S 30 00 2nd 20 00 3rd" 85 HERD OF HORSES SHOWN UNDER HALTERS. 117 Best herd of horses owned or controled by one man of bonified firm 36 Best Jersey cow three years old and over 10 00 7 7 7 37 38 39 Best Jersey cow 2 years old and under 3 Best Jersey cow 1 year old and under two The best Jersey heifer over six months and under one year old 10 50 2 50 2 00 86 87 ... TI-1IR- D 00 5 00 5 THURSDAY ' -- -- A.TJOTJST? Morning Program TJL23R13. T fourth: day Morning Psogram. 25 00 15 00 lQiOO V- 00 00 2 00 CLASS K. ' MULES. T CLASS T, 00 6 00 1st 3 0Q2nd 1 00 3rd Best Jersey heifer under six 40 monthsold 10 00 6 00 1st 3 00 2nd 1 00 3rd st Jersey cow any age 10 00 7 50 2 50 40-Be- BEEF CATTLE CLASS H. Best bull two years old and over Best bull I year old and under 10 00 2 10 00 10 00 10 00 7 7 50 50 4- 3- Best 44 45 2 50 46 ' bull over 6 months and un der 1 year old Best bull under six months old . Best sow 3 years old and over. Best cow 2 years old and under 7 50 10 00 10 00 7 7 7 7 7 2 50 2 50 Ali mules must be shown under halter 88 Best horse mule 3 years old and over 89 Best horse mule 2 years old and !. under 3 90 Best horse mule 1 year old and under 2 91 Best horse mule under year old 92 Best mare mule 3 years old and over 93 Best mare mule 2 years pld and under 3 94 Best mare mule 1 year old and under 2 95 Best mare mule under one year 1 COMBINED HORSES. 10 00 7 5 00 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 10 00- 5 00 5 00 7 7 00 00 ? .3 00 3 00 3 00 . 'orses to be riden and driven, iodndness and conformation and manners and actions to be considered. Horses three years old and over must show five distinct gaits under saddle, square trot in harness, excessive speed not re' quired. 118 Stallion 4 years old and over 119 Stallion 3 years and under 4. 120 Stallion 2 years old and under 3- - '15 00 10 00 10 10 00 7 00 7 00 7 7 5 00 3 00 3 00 10 00 8 00 8 00 00 121 Stallion 1 year old and under y. 5 00 2 122 3 Best cow 1 year old and under 12 50 10 1 2 50 old---- - 47 V -- 96 00 50 50 2 50 0 00 5t00 3 00 Best pair of mules regardless of 123 124 125 year Best mare under 1 year old Best mare 1 year old arm un- Stallion under 1 10 00 10 00 10.00 10 00 10 00 15 00 ' w 00 00 7 00 00 00 3 00 3 00 '300 3 00 3 00 5 00 5 00 9 aa- 'HSU 48 49 50 51 52 53 two Best cow over 6 months and under year old Best heifer under six months old Best cow and suckling calf Best bull any age, any breed Best cow any age, any breed.. Best herd consisting of bull and three or more females, must be owned by one person or bonified 1 .... 10 00 0 00 0 00 10 00 1 1 50 50 50 7 50 , 2 50 2 50 2 50 2 50' 2 50' ' irm JB , j .,.L... . 25 00 15 00 i 10 00 poultry show CLASS. JLirWJt t . All exhibitors areequestedto-.pu'? their-pou- hr in nice coops,so ' sexor.ownership,any age, shown ' to halter 97 Best mare and mule colt, mare and mule both considered.... 98 A special by W. L. Grady, dealer and breeder in high class horses, .owner of Jordan Peacock-BeMare mule colt by either of ks; season of- 913, ta? either of my Jacks 99 Special by 7$$ h. Grady;i Best' horse mule colt by either . - of, my Jacks, a season o J913't,' 100 Special by A. Si Chewning, Dealerj&. Breeder of finehorses"' Best mare mule colt bxj'my Jack my-Jac- der 2 10 00 15 00 7 00 . 7 7 3 00 , 10 00 t& " . - 5' 00 st Best mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 126 Best mare or gelding 3 years' old and under 4 127 Mare or gelding 4 years old or over ':. . 10 00 10 r ' -l 1 t) . 1 '? 000 " 5 &J "" ' & '. '' t yt: ,15 00 L 00 128 Best gentleman rider," CLASS U h'aft.Tt rr 5 flfl Afternoon Program. 229 Best walk-trand canter mare or gelding, any age to be, judged ot W Jft , tf v-- j 10 00 t by., conformation,, soundness.man- f 'f f ", - . . . ( r - ,nersand actfon..,fa ( - ...; . 15 00 '10 CO 5 Qq v -- 1 Continued to Page 5. P. 4 : i